THE PRESIDENCY: Vacation's End

Most northerly point of President Roosevelt's vacation cruise was his summer home at Campobello Island, New Brunswick, four miles from Eastport, Me., which he visited for the first time since the shock of its cold waters brought on his paralysis twelve years ago. There, his most serious guest was Ambassador-at-Large Norman Hezekiah Davis, come to report that in spite of all his efforts, the Geneva Arms Conference had adjourned to October. Its 14-year record of accomplishment still o, many pronounced the Conference a dead fish. But President Roosevelt, bland, told a Campobello...

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