The U.S. Drys, Consolidated, who began organizing last winter under "a unified plan . . . in accordance with the wishes of the administration of President Hoover" (TIME, March 11), elected officers last week and chose a name. Henceforth they will be known as the Co-operative Committee for Prohibition Enforcement. Their chairman is a Kentucky varnish-maker.

Patrick Henry Callahan of Louisville. Famed for the so-called Callahan Correspondence, consisting of letters between Patrick Callahan and more important public personages, which he mimeographs and broadcasts for editorial quotation, Mr. Callahan was the outstanding Roman...

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