The Iowa Homemaker

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Tradition, the time worn custom of the ages; has bowed again before a man who believes in the competence of women. Franklin D. Roosevelt has defied again the old belief of the world that woman's place is in the home by his appointment of Miss Josephine Roche, Colorado mining executive and leader in industrial relations, as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. Miss Roche has been president of the Rocky Mountain Fuel Company since 1927. Her new position in the "Little Cabinet" of assistant secretaries will put her in charge of the Public Health Service and problems involving welfare of treasury employees.



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