CABINET: Wrinkle Remover

It is Statesman Franklin Roosevelt's ambitious plan to have next month's Pan-American Conference in Lima put as much starch into Democracy as Japanese armies and Munich have put into Autocracy. Last week the State Department announced the members of the U. S. delegation to Lima, which will be headed by Secretary of State Hull.

To the expected front of diplomats— Ambassador to Peru Laurence Stainhardt, Minister to the Dominican Republic R. Henry Norweb, the State Department's legal adviser, Green H. Hackworth, and its roving, wondrous Assistant Secretary Adolf Augustus Berle Jr.—Secretary Cordell...

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