CONSERVATION: No Oil Contrivance

Conferees Confer at Conference

Such, in effect, was the net result of the much-heralded oil conservation meeting held last week at famed Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, on the call of President Hoover (TIME, June 10). Three hundred delegates attended. From eleven oil-producing States came Governors or their representatives. The U. S. was there in the persons of Secretary of the Interior Ray Lyman Wilbur and Mark Lawrence Requa, the meeting's chairman and the President's special representative. Nine billion dollars of the eleven-billion-dollar U.S. oil industry...

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