Religion: Religion, Jan. 26, 1942

U.S. Quakers have started daily supplementary feeding of 84,000 school children in Unoccupied France. They now have food stocks in France sufficient to continue the rations for 20 weeks, hope also to get permission to buy 200 tons of milk now available in Switzerland so they can give a half-liter of milk daily to 10,000 French babies who may very well starve this winter without it.


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