WOMEN: First Lady

Amidst the confused maneuvers of the Berlin impasse, some 40 members of the U.S. delegation to the U.N. Assembly found time one evening last week to give a small party. Held in a suite in Paris' Hotel Crillon, it was in celebration of Anna Eleanor Roosevelt's 64th birthday. Mrs. Roosevelt was late.

Mrs. Roosevelt is so busy about so many things that she often has good cause to be late. As chairman of U.N.'s Human Rights Commission, she had been delayed, helping to thrash out a human-rights charter for the world, combining common sense with an air of guilelessness to...

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