THE CABINET: First Fruit

(See front cover**) In Chicago last week the Federal Farm Board bore its first fruit—a 20 million dollar grain marketing corporation. Still minus a wheat member and without Secretary of Agriculture Arthur Mastick Hyde who was kept away by many another official duty, the Board journeyed westward from Washington to meet 52 officials of farmers' grain elevators, cooperatives, pools and marketing agencies, representative of 650,000 grain-growers.' At the Sherman Hotel behind closed doors a harmony meeting was held from which Senator Smith Wildman Brookhart of...

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