POLITICAL NOTES: Little Commoner

Florida is said to be "modernized" politically. Wealthy Republicans from the North have changed many things. But last week, Florida's Democrats demonstrated that they, at least, have not changed. Governor John W. Martin competed for the Senate seat of Park Trammel, comrade of

Alabama's curious Heflin, who mortally hates and fears the Roman Pope. Senator Trammel emerged untrammeled. He beat Governor Martin by some 30,000 votes. Anti-Smith convention delegates were likewise elected. And, in the Fourth Congressional District, U. S. Representative William J. Sears lost out to Tradition as embodied in the 43-year-old daughter of the late William Jennings Bryan,...

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