Letters, Feb. 20, 1933

Democratic Sin

Sirs:

TIME, in its issue of Jan. 30, states the Congress "adopted a resolution by Pennsylvania's Cochran to void President Hoover's eleven orders for Government consolidation."

Be advised that this sin rests upon the conscience of Missouri's Cochran, a Democrat.

I opposed the resolution, believing we should achieve at once the economies to result from the consolidation of various governmental bureaus and commissions.

T. C. COCHRAN

Congress of the United States

House of Representatives

Washington, D. C.

To Pennsylvania's Republican and Missouri's Democratic Cochrans, apologies for an inexcusable confusion.—ED.

Transient Shelter

Sirs:

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