Two months ago Harry Hopkins said he would resume residence in Iowa so that his motherless daughter, Diana, 7, could have a "real home." Last week, to make good, he leased for two years from Aetna Life Insurance Co. a 388-acre farm three miles north of Grinnell, Iowa, where he went to attend his college class reunion. On a neighboring farm he had worked as a hand when a boy. Before returning to Washington, he went out to look over his new crops (69 acres corn, 32 acres oats, ten acres soy beans). Said he: "Farmers have for the...

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