Foreign News: Unhappy Man

"All of the Soviet officials I have dealt with are cultured and really swell persons! They are paying me so much that in three years I shall be independently wealthy. Many times of late I have awakened in the night, terrified lest my good fortune was a dream!"

Thus, only two months ago spoke Hector 0. Hamilton, British subject and East Orange, N. J. architect, famed for his prize-winning design for Moscow's projected Palace of Soviets (TIME, March 14). When he spoke Mr. Hamilton was in Manhattan but expected to spend most of his time...

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