POLITICAL NOTES: Warm Lands, Warm Words

Warm Lands, Warm Words

Heading south, last fortnight, President-Reject Alfred Emanuel Smith paused at Savannah, Ga., to slide down a brass pole and thereby amuse southern firemen. Last week at Sarasota, Fla., winter headquarters of Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey circus, he fed loaves of bread to the elephants and said: "Mr. Ringling—John—you have proven yourself a public benefactor of the highest possible type." At Miami Beach, behind a speeding motorcycle escort he passed within sight of Belle Isle where President-Elect Hoover was sunning, but did not immediately visit. He...

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