National Affairs: Vacations

By custom a Cabinet must stick by its President through the hottest Washington summer. Last year the Drought kept President Hoover and therefore most of his Cabinet in and around the Capital. This year, however, it is generally assumed that the President will go holidaying somewhere, sometime. On the strength of this assumption his Cabinet members have been busily planning how and when to get out of Washington. First to announce his vacation plans last week was Secretary of State Henry Lewis Stimson. Late this month he will sail for two months in...

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