OHIO: Enough to Eat

Two months ago, as winter closed in, Ohio cities began to run out of relief funds, got no adequate new appropriations from the State, faced another of many crises. Cleveland's situation was more critical than most. From mid-November to mid-December, 16,000 single persons and childless couples in the city were denied any further food orders, left to forage. Orders for 40,000 others were cut to an average of 5½¢ a meal.

Last week the Cleveland chapter of the non-political American Association of Social Workers made public a report on conditions during those weeks, in the midst of which (Dec. 5)...

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