RECOVERY: Strategic Retreat

One day last week Stanley Forman Reed was sworn in as Solicitor General of the U. S. Taking that oath cost him $208 a month because he gave up a $12.500 job as general counsel of RFC to take the $10,000 Solicitorship General. But public advancement meant more than money to Mr. Reed, who is the husband of the Registrar General of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and in his own right a country squire and cattle breeder at home in Maysville, Ky. First called to Washington by President Hoover as counsel...

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