Business: In Los Angeles

At the head of the list is Walter Hull Aldridge, president of Texas Gulf Sulphur Co. At the bottom is American Radiator's Clarence Mott Woolley. In between are only some 85 other names but all are potent in U. S. business. They bring potency to the National Foreign Trade Council whose membership they form. For the most part the Council works silently but effectively on the problems of trade and its encouragement, but once a year it holds an open Convention, invites all who would like to hear problems discussed, experiences narrated....

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