JANE ADDAMS SEES VISION
Washington. -- That the sympathies of women will be developed by the tremendous demand of human needs is the opinion of Miss Jane Addams. "The response of women to an international situation which calls for daily, uninteresting, boresome conserving, will [reorientate] the notions of what human relations mean," she said in a talk before the National Council of Women in Washington recently.
"Look beyond the petty details of food saving, and see a vision of the wonderful chance of responding to human needs, feel enlisted in the service of internationalism, while following the routine of conservation," is Miss Addams' message to American women. She is speaking twice a month, in different parts of the country, for the United States food commission.