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THE CABINET: Lady in Command

(See Cover) The sixth-grade teacher in the public school in little (pop. 750) Killeen, Texas had an announcement for her class: the prize for the best...

U.S. At War: Hobby Out

Oveta Culp Hobby retired last week from active status in the Army. The pretty, 40-year-old Texan who ran the Women's Army Corps for three crowded years passed...

The Nation: A Tough, Charming Cabinet Woman

The third woman Cabinet member in the nation's history was nominated last week by President Ford. Designated to become Secretary of Housing and Urban...

The Press: Short Takes

> How many votes do newspaper endorsements mean to a candidate? No one can be sure, but certainly a series of four laudatory front-page editorials in one of...

The Press: Three for the Post

The Houston Post, with one of the biggest circulations in Texas (220,491), has of recent years quietly tended to patiently building up readership and its...

The Press: The Heir Apparent

Entering the crowded city room, the first desk a visitor runs into is that of a crew-cut young man in shirtsleeves, who looks like a cub reporter fresh from...

Medicine: Capsules, Jul. 13, 1953

¶ Secretary Oveta Culp Hobby dedicated the $64 million Clinical Center of the National Institutes of Health at Bethesda, Md., designed to bring research...

Army & Navy - Stepsister Corps

The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps will be a year old next week. It has been a hard year because it was the first, with the administrative aches and growing...

Time Essay: Letting Bad Enough Alone

The art of letting well enough alone merely requires foresight, but the art of letting bad enough alone demands clairvoyance. That makes it a rare art indeed,...

Show Business: A Boost for Poor Brother

TELEVISION Ever since its birth in 1952, U.S. educational television has been lost somewhere between the Vast Wasteland and the Promised Land—chronically...

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