Foreign News: American Relief

The American Relief Administration has been at odds with the heads of the Soviet because they did not give proper co-operation to American efforts. It appeared that the Russian Government was deliberately trying to drive the Relief Adminis-tration from the country. After a long series of conferences, Leo Kamenev, acting head of the Soviet Government, finally gave Colonel William N. Haskell, chief of the American Relief, assurance that all annoyances would end. Declared Kamenev: " If ever the relief work is not wanted, Russia will frankly say so."

The American Relief Administration will,...

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