Jones managed the estate of his uncle, M. United States Department of the Interior. The next day he resigned from RFC and all other government positions. Jones owned the hotel and resided in the building's penthouse, upstairs from the Brown's suite. Much of their philanthropy concentrated on education, including large gifts for a business school at Texas Southern University and another to establish Jones College at Rice University. Then, out of school at the age of fourteen, Jesse was in the job market, and William put him in charge of one of the tobacco factories. In addition, he charged Jones with trying to run the city with the "assistance of New York Jews,"  and vowed to resign his chair at the Board of Regents at the University of Houston. Jones opposed this expenditure, and resigned from the board with other directors when the city approved the project. Wallace — Claude Raymond Wickard —
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