THE PRESIDENCY: A Battle Won?

One noon hour last week two slim, trim, pretty girls, with yellow hair and peach-&-cream skin, met in the cafeteria on the roof of Washington's new Social Security Building, lunched together for the first time.

One girl was North Dakota-born Lucille Henricks, 23, secretary to Donald Marr Nelson.

The other was Montana-born Helen Madden, 30, secretary to Leon Henderson. The well-complected girls became friends over the telephone long ago in the constant crisscross of Nelson-Henderson calls. They had reason to decide to get acquainted, as they sat in the green-leather-&-chromium lounge, munched...

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