FISH SAYS F.D.R. RESIGNATION WOULD RESTORE CONFIDENCE
NEW YORK, U.P.--The resignation of President Roosevelt would restore national confidence within 30 days, Representative Hamilton Fish, New York Republican said last night in a radio address.
Fish said the President "has an obsession for power that amounts to a virtual passion and a consuming appetite that keeps demanding more and more from Congress. President Roosevelt has had far more power than any other president, yet he is solely responsible for the present depression.
"If he should resign and Vice-President Garner should become President, I am convinced that confidence would be restored throughout the nation in less than 30 days."