POLITICAL NOTES: Southern Send-Off

One of the earliest and eagerest queries received by Washington press associations one evening last week concerning results of Mississippi's and South Carolina's Dem-ocratic primaries (tantamount to elections) came from the White House. The news the White House got was the best send-off President Roosevelt could have had as he started West on his drought-inspection trip that night. By thwacking majorities Mississippi and South Carolina had returned two of the President's most loyal and useful Senators, for each of whom his attachment to the President had been the prime campaign issue.


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