THE PRESIDENCY: Southward Bound

Spring being a good time for Franklin Roosevelt to leave and rest at Warm Springs, Ga., the President last week left Washington on his first trip since he maneuvered with the Navy last month.

In Alabama the Presidential special pulled up while Franklin Roosevelt devoted his attention to Southern Negroes, who usually can't vote but have enfranchised Northern brothers who could play hob next year by swinging back to the Republican Party. At famed Tuskegee Institute (for Negroes) he locked arms with its distinguished, white-wooled Agricultural Chemist George Washington Carver (see cut), called...

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