Foreign News: Integrity

At Helsinki last week loyal Finns crowded into movies to cheer wildly while a picture of the life of their masterful, benevolent President, Pehr Evind Svinhufvud was screened in celebration of his 75th birthday. On that same day, little Finland paid into the Federal Reserve Bank in Manhattan $231,315.50, the last installment on her War debt to U. S. Fin land's unique integrity was lately respon sible for Karl Kojander, a hungry Finn who lives in Brooklyn, being put on Relief. Declared the Judge: "We aren't going to permit a Finn to starve when Finland is the one country to...

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