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Wile Predicts Rosenwald May Be in Hoover Cabinet

December 5, 1928
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(Jewish Daily Bulletin)

That Julius Rosenwald, noted Chicago philanthropist, may be a member of the cabinet to be selected by Herbert Hoover, President-elect, was the prediction made by Frederick William Wile of Washington. D. C., noted political authority and newspaper man, who several years ago predicted the nomination of Smith and Hoover.

“The cabinet chosen by Mr. Hoover,” said Mr. Wile, “will be made up of men of talent, experts and specialists.”

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