FOREIGN RELATIONS: Children and Starvation

Willing as it was, there was little U. S. charity could do to help Europe last week. The first boatload of British child evacuees to come directly from England under the sponsorship of the U. S. Committee for the Care of European Children was due in Manhattan. When the next boatload would arrive, the committee could not tell. Problem was to find ships to bring them. This week the Senate approved the Hennings Bill (already passed by the House) to amend the Neutrality Act, allow U. S. ships, plainly marked,...

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