THE CABINET: Flagrant Case

When the S. S. George Washington hove into New York Harbor three weeks ago, an old lady sat bundled in an invalid's chair on board and an ambulance was waiting on the pier. Because she was indisposed and because she was Mrs. Lily Anheuser Busch, 85-year-old widow of the late Brewer Adolphus Busch of St. Louis, the old lady had "the courtesy of the port." Comptroller-of-the-Port Arthur F. Forran had furnished her with an "expedite" permit, so that she might escape the tedium of waiting while inspectors inspected 34 pieces of luggage...

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