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National Affairs: Minnesotans

James M. Beck recently presented Mr. Coolidge with his resignation as Solicitor General (TIME, May 11), consequently the President has been casting about for a...

PERSONNEL: Changes of the Week, Nov. 9, 1953

¶A. B. (for Alonzo Byron) Ewing, 59, onetime treasurer of Sunshine Biscuits Inc. and acting treasurer of Kansas City's Flour Mills of America, seventh largest...

Business: TIME CLOCK, Aug. 24, 1953

SECRETARY of the Treasury Humphrey's campaign to put more of the public debt in the hands of individuals is beginning to pay off. So far this year, sales of...

The Press: Mystery in Chicago

The city room of the Chicago Tribune was tense. In the smoke-coated old Federal Building a mile away in the Loop a Tribune man waited for the flash. Then it...

Letters, Feb. 23, 1931

Stimson & Mussolini Sirs: I am one of a majority of citizens of this neighborhood who am hopping mad over our Sec. State's apology to that ——* Mussolini; and...

National Affairs: What of it?

Ordinarily not much attention would have been paid to it. President Coolidge appointed Robert Edwin Olds, 49, lawyer of St. Paul, native of Duluth, Harvard '97,...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Global Gumshoeing

By an executive order last week the fabled Office of Strategic Services lost its identity, but not its life. Harry Truman transplanted two of its branches to...

Sport: Golf Over 55

Frederick Snare is 77, has five great-grandchildren. John H. Allen is 83. Findlay S. Douglas was already voting when he won the U. S. Amateur golf championship...

Milestones, Aug. 14, 1933

Married. Marmaduke Furness, ist Viscount Furness, 49, British shipbuilding tycoon; and Enid Lindeman Cameron Cavendish, 39, modish Australian-born relict of...

Education: At Lawrenceville

For thousands & thousands of U. S. novel readers Lawrenceville is still the harum-scarum little preparatory school of the 1890's about which Alumnus Owen...

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