National Affairs: Out among the People

At the end of last week the President looked tired. He looked forward to getting out of Washington and out among the people.

First he had a promise to keep to an old Missouri friend, portly, bald Bennett Champ Clark, his appointee to the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and a former Senate colleague. In a century-old Episcopal church at Berryville, Va., the President stood as best man as Widower Clark and British-born Actress Violet Heming were married. Best Man Truman, the only participant not in formal rig, seemed to be the calmest...

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