U.S. At War: Minor Miracle

OWI, which usually approaches Congress with the dread of a stumblebum fighter who knows he must take the count before he gets paid off, had surprisingly good luck last week. The House gave it $58,000,000 — $20,000,000 more than last year. This minor miracle was wrought after five members of the powerful and cautious Appropriations Committee made a sur prise visit to OWI's nine-story Overseas Division in Manhattan. The skeptical Congressmen went in to scoff, came out to praise. Glowed Indiana's Louis Ludlow: "I will venture to say that no other activity of the war is run with as little...

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