WASHINGTON (Oct. 31)
A delegation of technical experts who will survey relief needs and work out operating arrangements for providing relief supplies and services to the people of liberated Poland will be dispatched in the near future, it was announced today by Herbert H. Lehman, director-general of the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration.
The delegation will be headed by John P. Gregg, formerly chief of staff of the operating divisions of the War Production Board who worked in the State Department for three years and spent two years in Russia and one in Poland after the last war with the American Relief Administration.
Included in the UNRRA delegation will be men experienced in the fields of supply, public health, displaced persons, and welfare operations. The first task to be attacked are those of arrangement for supply and transport. The proposed relief operations for the people of liberated Poland, Lehman stated, are being undertaken with the approval of the Polish Government in London and the Polish Committee of National Liberation in Lublin.