Foreign News: My Heart Is Chilled. . . .

The only heads of states whose wives last week were writing regularly for the New York daily press were Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Chiang Kaishek. The Chinese Premier & Generalissimo was holding out at Nanking, his frequently bombed capital (see p. 22). and the diary which Mme Chiang began cabling to Manhattan's Herald Tribune last week was in a different class from Mrs. Roosevelt's description of such events as how last week a baby bear reared up on its hind legs and might have scratched the side of the President's car had it...

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