National Affairs: Harding Shelved

If President Herbert Hoover ever wants to dedicate the $800,000 tomb of Warren Gamaliel Harding at Marion, Ohio, he will have to go, cap in hand, to the Harding Memorial Association and humbly beg its permission. The association is through importuning him to participate in a ceremony for which he apparently has no stomach.

Last week the association held its annual meeting at Marion. Secretary Hoke Doni-then explained how in 1929 he had asked President Hoover to honor the man who had given him his first Cabinet foothold for the climb to the...

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