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THE CABINET: Iron Puddler, Moose

THE CABINET A diplomat and his wife (be they from Siam or Switzerland) found Washington a handshaking city on New Year's Day. Having celebrated the end of...

THE CABINET: Industry Militant

Mr. Dwight Filley Davis*, Assistant Secretary of War, called Industry together to explain a plan for coordinating the entire production of the country in time...

National Affairs: Vicissitudes

The following kernels of fact are winnowed from the chaff of rumor about Cabinet changes: ¶ Secretary of Labor James J. Davis expects to retire early in 1925...

THE CABINET: Recasting

Some one—some wit—better endowed with sharpness than with taste, composed a little rhyme: Who, who, who remembers ? Harding's Cabinet had ten members: Poor...

THE CABINET: Reports

In the early part of each December the annual reports of Cabinet officers are published. Last week the following reports were made: Interior. One pleasing...

Miscellany: Jack

At Astoria, L. I., an Italian was called to court by health officers for harboring his goat, Jack, in his cellar. Ordered to seek other pasturage, said the...

National Affairs: Black Purge

"Judge James is bought and paid for!" "The only issue for Governor Earle and Charles Alvin Jones is 'Jones or jail!'" "This trucker lost his WPA job because...

Letters, Apr. 11, 1932

License Seeker Sirs: In your issue of TIME dated Feb. 22 you state in your article called "Fiddler Growing Up" on p. 40 that "Yehudi Menuhin is 15," you...

Letters: Apr. 4, 1927

Better English Sirs: I am not intending to renew my subscription for TIME, which soon expires after a six months' period. I have read every number from cover...

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