National Affairs: Busiest Lady

Entering her fourth month as First Lady, indefatigable Mrs. Roosevelt continued to make national news almost daily. During the past fortnight she: ¶Unveiled a memorial at Bear Mountain Park, New York to the late Director Stephen Tyng Mather of the National Park Service.

¶Received 600 disabled veterans on the South Grounds of the White House. ¶Told the graduating class of Manhattan's Todhunter School, where she used to teach, to see as many sides of life as possible.

¶ Told the graduating class of the Malcolm Gordon School at Garrison, N. Y. to put as...

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