INDUSTRY: Plans & Suggestions

On two fronts President Hoover's Committee on Unemployment Relief was busy last week. Generalissimo Walter Sherman Gifford was in the second week of his five-week campaign to raise funds locally for Unemployment relief. Meantime the committee's sub-committee on Employment Plans & Suggestions drafted a 6,000-word document telling the U. S. what it must do to lift itself out of the Depression.

The Plans-&-Suggestions men offered a ten-point program containing such sick old phrases as: "Resumption of Work," "WhiteCollar Relief," "Public Works," "Community Surveys," "Further Credit Relief." They urged citizens to take...

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