National Affairs: First Work

Aside from a one-day trip to his home in Independence to vote in the Kansas primary, Alf M. Landon's chief interest last week was the Drought which Secretary of Agriculture Wallace gloomily admitted is now the worst in U. S. history. Since by the Kansas Constitution Governor Landon could not aid needy farmers with State funds, he set out to make others do the job. Through his efforts. Western railroads cut their fares one-third on hay and one-half on other feed shipped in for starving stock. The Santa Fe Railroad halved its tariff on water...

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