A kind lady gave the U.S. a lesson in good manners last week. Eleanor Roosevelt resigned from OCD. Said she: "By remaining I would only make it possible for those who wish to attack me, because of my beliefs, to attack an agency which I consider can prove its usefulness so completely to the people, that it should be free of attack, in order to render its maximum service." Also out of OCD went Dancer Mayris Chancy, Mrs. Roosevelt's beleaguered protegée.


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