National Affairs: Campaigners

¶ It was discovered that Henry Ford, after advising all his employes to support the Republican ticket "to prevent times from getting worse" (TIME, Oct. 31) had forgotten to register to vote. So had Mrs. Ford.

¶ Motoring from Oyster Bay to Manhattan one evening last week, Mrs. Ethel Roosevelt Derby, T. R.'s second daughter, halted her car at a filling station. "Gas?" asked the attendant. "No, radio," replied Mrs. Derby. Thereupon she tuned in the attendant's set, heard a familiar voice: "For the good of the nation we must re-elect Herbert Hoover. We...

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