WOMEN: Sneers, Whispers

Republicans and Democrats last week each had a feminine turncoat to make news.

¶ Disillusioned by "President Roosevelt's faithlessness to the Democratic platform of 1932,"Mrs. Dwight F. Davis, who as Mrs. Charles H. Sabin worked for Roosevelt and Repeal in 1932, announced in New York that she will campaign this year for Governor Landon. Said she: "He will encourage thrift and self-reliance and will not sneer at success."

¶ Disillusioned by handouts at a publicspeaking class in Manhattan's Women's National Republican Club, Mrs. Charles S. Whitman, wife of New York's onetime (1915-18)...

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