The Press: Never a Dull Moment

Anna Roosevelt Boettiger went to swish Miss Chapin's School—but she had an eight-year postgraduate course under Hearst. She will always be F.D.R.'s daughter, but her Phoenix Arizona Times last week looked more like W.R.H. The resemblance was unmistakable—and a shocked Arizona bought all the papers Anna could print. The story she was playing up was a natural for yellow journalism: a messy divorce case involving some of Arizona's best people.

Dark-haired Gioia Barker Grimditch, 23, was a poor (and thoroughly spoiled) little rich girl, daughter of the late Gloria Gould and a great-granddaughter...

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