Business: FTC

With a trowel once wielded by that eminent revolutionist, George Washington, Franklin D. Roosevelt' last week laid the cornerstone for a new Washington building which will house one of the President's favorite government bodies, the Federal Trade Commission. During most of its life the commission was housed in a scrubby Wartime structure on Constitution Avenue, a fact which the President said aroused his "deepest sympathy." The commission's new quarters, to be ready early next year, will be part of the vast new triangular pile of Government buildings on Pennsylvania and Constitution Avenues, halfway...

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