THE PRESIDENCY: Red Cross Crisis

Calvin Coolidge, Alfred Emanuel Smith, John William Davis, Owen D. Young, William Green, Patrick Cardinal Hayes, Samuel Insull, Frank Billings Kellogg, Thomas William Lament—these and 48 other potent names were the weapons picked up last week by President Hoover to beat back the Senate's newest advance upon the U. S. Treasury.

Led by Senator Robinson of Arkansas, the Senate was marching again to the aid of the victims of last summer's Drought. The President himself had proclaimed that "an acute emergency" existed for which the Red Cross must have $10,000,000 at once, in...

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