MONEY & BANKING: Think That Over

Sonja Henie was skating in Houston's new $2,500,000 Coliseum, so 3,000 delegates to the annual convention of the American Bankers Association had to be content last week with the old City Auditorium. There the nation's bankers cut many a fancy figure on the thin ice of their New Deal relations.

A. B. A. President this year was Orval Adams of the Utah State National Bank, Salt Lake City. In the three years since he rose on the convention floor to propose that bankers boycott U. S. bonds, Orval Adams has rarely missed a...

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