GREAT BRITAIN: Georgia Peaches & Saud

Improving health has put pink into the thin, sallow cheeks of Squire Robert Worth Bingham, the Kentucky publisher (Louisville Courier-Journal) who, when first appointed Ambassador to the Court of St. James's, seemed the frailest of frail reeds on whom President Roosevelt had elected to lean. Subsequently, the President's husky envoy to the Irish Free State collapsed and died, while Ambassador Bingham has bloomed until his health now permits him to be often at his Embassy desk, with a secretary now & then invited to continue...

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