Business: Rubber

What Brigadier General Lincoln Clark Andrews said three years ago when he became Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in charge of Prohibition enforcement would have been pat for his new job of last week. Twelve U. S. rubber companies had formed a Rubber Institute and made General Andrews, 60, Director General.

Said he three years ago:

"My task is to bring about full cohesion and co-operation between the primary agencies of enforcement. The units of an army brigade . . . can't function as such until bound together. ....

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