Meal, Message, Mail
Only one official meal does the President of the U. S. have to eat outside the White House this seasona formal dinner given by the Vice President. Last week President & Mrs. Roosevelt ate their obligatory meal. Three days later the President let it be known that, as far as he was concerned, the Democratic candidate for Vice President in 1936 was going to be John Nance Garner.
¶From the White House to the Capitol went a message urging the Senate to approve U. S. membership in the World Court....