National Affairs: Breathing Spell

One morning last week dressy little Roy W. Howard, board chairman of the Scripps-Howard newspapers, was in San Francisco about to embark on a trip around the world. Just before he went aboard the S. S. President Coolidge he was handed a letter from the President of the U. S. About the same time, on the other side of the continent, Presidential Secretary Steve Early was handing out to the Press at Hyde Park the same letter, together with one Mr. Howard had previously written his good Friend Franklin Roosevelt. When this exchange of...

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