POLITICAL NOTE: Minton for McNutt

In Manila last week, U. S. High Commissioner Paul Yories McNutt, Indiana's onetime (1933-37) Governor, was busy being polite to polite Philippine President Manuel Quezon. During his five months' junket to the U. S. and Europe Commissioner McNutt had attempted to demote President Quezon down the Manila coast list (TIME, May 31). Meanwhile in the U. S., Commissioner McNutt's good friend and political ally, Indiana's Senator Sherman Minton, was busy announcing that High Commissioner McNutt would make in 1940 an ideal candidate for President of the U. S.

Said Senator Minton to...

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