THE CABINET: Treasury Glass

President Roosevelt last week got a Glass in the Treasury. It was not Carter Glass, the peppery little Senator from Virginia who refused to enter the Cabinet because he could not get an advance pledge on "sound money." but his sister Marion Glass Banister whom the Presi dent appointed to be Assistant Treasurer of the U. S. For $5,600 per year Mrs. Banister will help U. S. Treasurer William Alexander Julian keep track of the Government's billions. As a glorified bookkeeper, she has no policy-making powers.

Mrs. Banister, smart, vivacious, blue-eyed and sixtyish, is...

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