National Affairs: Great Lobby Hunt, Cont.

A procession of assorted witnesses last week furnished fresh quarry for the Senate's great lobby hunt. Developments:

Digression. Called to the stand was suave, genial Colonel John Haydock Carroll, an oldtime lobbyist who proved his professional competence by charming his investigators with stories, diverting their inquiry into amusing byways, by winning their praise for frankness. Lobbyist Carroll had been hired by the U. S. Sugar Association to go to Cuba, at $4,500 per month, to investigate rumors against President Machado which threatened U. S. intervention....

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