THE PRESIDENCY: Ces Aimables Paroles

"Ces Aimables Paroles"

After a bewhiskered fortnight in the nowhere off the Maine and Nova Scotia coasts, Franklin Roosevelt went ashore last week and once more climbed back on to the front page. His seagoing sideburns were gone before he showed himself in range of a camera. A few minutes after dark his chartered schooner Sewanna dropped anchor in Friar's Bay below the Roosevelt cottage on Campobello Island, N. B. Forty red-coated Canadian police drawn up on the dock snapped him a brisk salute as the sleepy President went in to supper...

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