People: Spats & Slaps

Edward J. Flynn, Democratic National Chairman and dairy farmer, won a court order ejecting the superintendent at his farm near Mahopac, N.Y. The two had been squabbling ever since Flynn gave Franklin D. Roosevelt what the superintendent complained was the best cow on the farm.

Henry Ford threatened legal action against the Ku Klux Klan unless they stopped reprinting in pamphlets anti-Semitic articles from Ford's old Dearborn Independent. Through his attorney he pointed out to Imperial Wizard James A. Colescott that he had retracted the articles in 1928. Wizard Colescott said the Klan had...

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