THE CABINET: Personal and Unofficial

Swarms of little brown men and women chattered feverishly as the S. S. President Grant brought to Manila last week a representative extraordinary of "Big White President" Coolidge. Not only brown Filipinos but hundreds of Manila's 5,000 white U. S. residents were at the pier. The President's representative, Ohio iron-politico-businessman Carmi Thompson, strode down the gangplank with his wife and party amid a boisterous ovation.

Brown, guileful Politicians Manuel Quezon (President of the Senate) and Manuel Roxas (Speaker of the House), untiring apostles of Philippine independence, called promptly upon Mr. Thompson,...

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