July 1952
New Republic;7/28/52, Vol. 127 Issue 4, p2
The article presents comments of various newspapers on political and social developments in the United States. A local embroidery shop boasts of commissioning mattress for Army General Douglas MacArthur. Tee Veed convention had little effect on local theatre attendance. A bachelor with White House possibilities was found in the bed of Blackstone Hotel's room with the door unlocked. Senator Robert A. Taft talked with California delegates about his organization in Ohio.


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