POLITICAL NOTE: It Would Appear So

Many a gesture is far more expressive than words. When a young wife starts to sew on tiny garments, all the world knows she will soon become a mother. When a potent politician, invites press photographers into his home and allows them to picture his private life, everyone realizes that he will soon be a candidate for a bigger & better public job. Two months ago Governor Alfred M. Landon of Kansas thus opened his Topeka home to news cameramen. Last week pictures were taken of carved teakwood chairs and tables, Chinese paintings and embroideries, lacquered boxes, Oriental screens...

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