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TO THE RESCUE—Floods swept Eastern states and Red
Cross gave relief to 139,000 families. Scene in Wheeling, West Virginia. DOLLS BRING HAPPINESS — Junior Red Cross girls whose motto is "I Serve" make hundreds of rag dolls for children who have no toys, fc. »" — ■ ' ■■ ■■ t=— - — — FIGHTING AUTOMOBILE DEATH TOLL—800 Red Cross Emer gency First Aid Stations on the nation's highways, soon to be fol lowed by 3,500 more, will reduce fatalities following motor ac cidents. WmmBmmSSmSk SAVING A LI FE —Red Cross Life Saver demonstrates prone pressure method of resus citation of drowned person. STORK DEFIES FLOODS — The Red Cross nurse helped this baby into the world at height of flood peril in Williamsport, Pennsyl vania. ■——--——--- I WAR VETERANS REMEMBERED—The Red Cross Gray Ladies bring war's victims to President's annual garden party. President' and Mrs. Roosevelt greet war disabled on White House lawn. A WISTFUL LITTLE FLOOD REFUGEE—One of thousands of youngsters cared for by Red Cross volunteers in dis aster refugee centers.