POLITICAL NOTES: Miscellaneous Mentions: Sep. 5, 1927

Miscellaneous Mentions

"The trouble with this senatorial work is that there isn't enough to keep one busy. . . . We are all overpaid! I'd like to go back to railroading it; it is the most fascinating business in the world. Senators' vacations are too long! We waste too much time!" So said James Couzens, U. S. Senator from Michigan, interviewed last week during his 55th birthday. One-time freight-car checker, onetime Ford vice president, Senator Couzens is reputed to be the richest member of the U, S. Senate.

Eugene A. Gilmore, Vice...

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