THE PRESIDENCY: Thy Servant, Franklin

The Congress was 150 years old last week and Franklin Roosevelt, as President, was six. Tanned and beaming after his cruise with the fleet, he went from the train that brought him from Charleston, S. C., to the White House to put on his cutaway. Then with his wife, mother, daughter-in-law Betsey (Mrs. Jimmy) and Naval Aide Dan J. Callaghan he went to his front-row pew in St. John's Church, where Rector Oliver J. Hart III conducted a special anniversary service and prayed for him.

Rector Hart: "Almighty and Everliving God . . . we make our humble supplications unto...

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