THE CONGRESS: Death of Morrow

Out to shady Englewood, N. J. one mid-day last week drove nine jovial members of the U. S. Aeronautical Chamber of Commerce to have lunch with air-minded Senator Dwight Whitney Morrow. The night before, after a radio speech in behalf of a Jewish charity drive, he complained of being tired, but said he would be in shape for the luncheon. When the guests rolled up before the comfortable Morrow home, not many miles from where another great New Jersey citizen was dying, they were met with shocking...

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