THE PRESIDENCY: Cigarets for Sharks' Teeth

Piped ashore from the Houston at Balboa last week, Franklin Roosevelt for the second time in his Administration set foot in the Panama Canal Zone. Refreshed by a fortnight at sea, the President proceeded to turn on his most charmful smile. Taken out twelve miles through the jungle to see the new $13,000,000 Madden Dam on the Chagres River, completed since Mr. Roosevelt's westward passage across the Isthmus last year and calculated to supplement the Canal's water supply by 22 billion cubic feet, he graciously remarked: "When you compare the two, you wouldn't believe that Boulder is so much bigger...

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