National Affairs: First Lady's Day

For the benefit of destitute mining families in West Virginia and in behalf of Selby Shoe Co. (Styl-Eez, Tru-Poise and Arch-Preserver), last week at Syracuse Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Roosevelt delivered the first of ten weekly broadcasts at $4,000 per broadcast. Subject: "A Typical Day in the White House." Facts now known about the busy First Lady's matutinal activities:

"Seven-thirty and a cold morning! How I hate to get out of my bed and shut down the two windows between which my bed is placed, but at last I screw up my courage and with...

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