As a young Buffalo assistant district attorney, Grover Cleveland managed to save enough out of his $10-a-week pay to send Susan, one of his five sisters, to college. Sister Susan has always appreciated the education her brother gave her, has conscientiously kept up her interest in national affairs. She fought in the front line of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, spoke out for the League of Nations.

Physically but not mentally incapacitated last week in Brooklyn, Mrs. Susan Cleveland Yeomans, 93, feebly declared through her daughter that the 1936 Democratic New Deal well...

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