People, Jan. 23, 1939

Day after his retirement from office, Maryland's fat former Governor, Republican Harry Whinna Nice, gloatingly sent to his successor, Democrat Herbert O'Conor, a package of headache powders.

Back to Manhattan from the Pan-American Conference at Lima (TIME, Nov. 21, et seq.), where she was a U. S. delegate, went plump, soft-voiced Florence Kathryn Lewis, 27, daughter of John L. Lewis. Asked why she had quit Bryn Mawr to work for her father, she replied: "It wasn't so much a question of wanting to work with father, but of getting into the movement. . ....

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