Nobody in the District of Columbia was busier than President Hoover last week. Returning from the World Series baseball game at Philadelphia, he announced that he had summoned a Congressional caucus (see col. 3). On Tuesday he held a Cabinet meeting all morning, prepared a draft of his Super Plan (see p. 13) which he read to his visitors at 9 p. m. The meeting adjourned at midnight. Next afternoon President Hoover held another long conference with builders, financiers, real estate men—notably Clarence Dillon of the Manhattan brokerage firm of Dillon,...

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