U.S. At War: Bill of Health, Fiscal

Albert J. Engel, Michigan's jar-shaped Congressman who loves to investigate on his own, was sure he had something last week. He dug up the incomes—private and public—of Anna Marie Rosenberg.

As regional director of the Social Security Board, Mrs. Rosenberg makes $7,500 a year. On the side, Congressman Engel discovered, she makes $28,500. He wondered how she could make that much at outside jobs and still give the Government 100% of her time. He asked her.

Little, intense Mrs. Rosenberg, friend and confidante of Franklin Roosevelt, Fiorello LaGuardia and many another bigwig, freely admitted...

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