CABINET: Ambassadorial Embroglio

Onetime U. S. Ambassador to Germany James Watson Gerard set out last week to test and strain the slowly and cautiously built up relations and good will now existing between the U. S. State Department and the Turkish Foreign Office. To Manhattan newsgatherers he charged that the Turkish Government has offered "an intolerable insult to the American people" by despatching to Washington as Ambassador His Excellency Monkhtar Bey, now enroute to his post.

How the mere presence in Washington of so suave and polished a statesman as Ambassador Moukhtar Bey could constitute an...

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