NEW YORK: Candid Friend

To many a run-of-the-mine U. S. politician, Franklin Roosevelt is a phenomenon as overpowering and unpredictable as lightning. But bald, compact Banker Herbert Henry Lehman, who served under Franklin Roosevelt as lieutenant governor of New York from 1929 to 1933, and succeeded him in Albany when he went to the White House, has yet to be overpowered by his old friend Frank. Since Governor Lehman saw fit to attack the President's Court Plan last year, he has become an increasingly candid friend. Last week, independent Governor Lehman abruptly swept some of...

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