THE PRESIDENCY: Poorhouse

President Hoover got home to the White House last week, a new man physically after his 3,000-mi. cruise of the Caribbean aboard the U. S. S. Arizona. His cheeks were a pinkish tan. Lines around his eyes had been smoothed out. He had not been so cheery for months. Thoroughly refreshed, he buckled down immediately to several big jobs. The Treasury deficit had to be studied. The Farm Board's wheat difficulties had to be reviewed. A half-dozen public speeches had to be prepared. But the President never felt more like work in...

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