National Affairs: Miscellaneous Mentions: Oct. 18, 1926

A bill to establish a "Summer White House" somewhere west of the Mississippi where the President can "breathe the air of the West," will be introduced by Representative Lester J. Dickinson, Republican, of Iowa.

A boom for Senator James A. Reed for President which is rumbling around Kansas City, Mo., caused Publisher William Randolph Hearst to pause in that city and say: "I will be glad to get back in line with the Democratic party if they will nominate a real Democrat like Reed." Senator Reed said nothing, remembered that Publisher Hearst's friendship...

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