RELIEF: Individuals

Most newspapers did not print a story that Mrs. Roosevelt told in Washington one night last week. Addressing a banquet of Community Chest leaders at the Mayflower Hotel she declared: "I thought of a woman I had seen just after her child died. The child had died because it slept in a cold, wet bed. It had had to sleep in that bed because the family had been evicted from its home. The mother told the sheriff that her child was sick. He said to her: "I'm not here to nurse your...

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