TERRITORIES: Gabaldon's Going

While echoes of Governor General Stimson's inaugural speech still rang in the Philippine press, a short, swart, bald, bearded little man in Washington put finishing touches on a speech of his own, sent it to the U. S. House of Representatives, caused his trunks to be packed and, with his wife, started for home. Governor General Stimson had declared flatly his opposition to Philippine independence in anything like the near future (TIME, March 12). The little man in Washington, Resident Commissioner Isauro Gabaldon of the Philippines, was resigning and going home, not...

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