With small appetite for luncheon, the most puzzled statesmen in Europe gathered in the dining room of Geneva's Hotel Carlton Park last Monday noon. In theory they were there to attend the League of Nations Council, discuss 19 different subjects. Actually they were there to try to do something about the continuance of Sanctions against Italy, now that Benito Mussolini had thrust the conquest and annexa tion of Ethiopia under their noses as an accomplished fact (see p. 22).

The only person who seemed at all sure of himself was chipper Senor...

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