National Affairs: Family Week

While President Roosevelt was resting over the weekend, his busy brood was, as usual, making news:

¶ Up before dawn on Easter morning for a sunrise service, Mrs. Franklin Roosevelt Sr.. next day watched 30,000 youngsters indulge in the annual privilege of rolling eggs across the White House lawn.

¶ The President's No. 1 Son & Secretary James, still making $85,000 a year from his absentee interest in a Boston insurance business (TIME, Feb. 28), was also still buffing, rebuffing, running errands, tracking errors for his father. Rumors that he had squelched Radio...

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