People: People, May 19, 1941

Abed last week were not only Franklin D. Roosevelt (see p. 15), but Salvation Army General Evangeline Booth, after a brief collapse from the heat; Democratic National Committee Boss Ed Flynn, with bronchitis, after measles; ex-New Jersey Governor Harold G. Hoffman, following a hernia operation. Ill again of dysentery was Kermit Roosevelt in London, where failing health forced him to resign his commission as major in the British Army.

Back home after five years, Haile Selassie found the interim occupants of the palace had left a stone Roman eagle on the lintel over the front door. He had it beheaded.

Attending his first...

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