National Affairs: Regular Fellow

If there is one person U. S. War Veterans should cordially dislike, it is Franklin D. Roosevelt, who twice vetoed their Bonus Bill. To persuade them that the President is still their best bet in the White House, National Democratic Chairman Farley last week patched together a Veterans Advisory Committee of Spanish War Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars, et al. To head this committee he appointed fat, jovial Louis Arthur ("Louie") Johnson, onetime (1932-33) National Commander of the American Legion. Legionary Johnson is also an Elk, a Shriner, a Mason and an Odd...

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