One evening last week President Franklin D. Roosevelt of Georgia Warm Springs Foundation simultaneously celebrated his tenth year's attendance at the spa, the eighth annual trustees' meeting and Thanksgiving by presiding at a turkey dinner for all resident patients. He & wife sat at the head of the head table with 13 crippled children chosen by lot. For the fifth year Mrs. Eliza Manry, 97, of Lamar County, Ga., supplied a 40-lb. gobbler which required three men to bring it in from the kitchen. Afterwards a tenor...

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