". . . And the next four years have begun!" So wrote Columnist Eleanor Roosevelt day after her husband's reinauguration. Before last week was out she might better have written, "So the new term has been baptized." One baptism took place when five-month-old Grandson Elliott Jr. was christened in the White House.

Another baptism took place at one of the rainiest inaugurations in history (see col. 3). Afterward the new President told his press conference that the possibility of building a national auditorium to shelter future inaugurations should be looked into. But...

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