People, Apr. 24, 1933

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Mrs. Anna Eleanor Roosevelt Roosevelt set out for a 7 a. m. canter through Washington's Potomac Park to see the cherry and magnolia trees in bloom. With her rode Elinor Fatman Morgenthau, wife of the Federal Farm Board chairman, and President Roosevelt's Secretary Marguerite Lehand. Mrs. Roosevelt's horse slid on the muddy bridlepath, fell to its knees. Mrs. Roosevelt was thrown into a mud puddle. Muddied but unhurt, she remounted, rode on until 9 a. m.

Into the Vatican's Pilgrims' Hall a group of pilgrims...

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