POLITICAL NOTES: Springfield Spectacle

Springfield Spectacle

Jefferson did not love Hamilton more than Eugene Talmadge and Harold Le Clair Ickes love each other. The Governor of Georgia, a master of Southern invective, and the Secretary of the Interior, who possesses the most sulphurous vocabulary in the New Deal, long ago singled out each other for particular attention. Month ago Secretary Ickes curled his lip and sneered: ''Really, I don't pay much attention to anything his Chain-Gang Excellency says." Governor Talmadge drawled back: "Aw! He's just one of them boon- dogglers."

Last week Springfield's Midday Luncheon Club...

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