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Nakedness bared at nudist camp
H. Allen Smith
HIGHLAND, N.Y., Aug. 17, 1933 (UP) All arguments to the contrary, it is very embarrassing to have a young woman walk up to you stark naked and tell you that nudism is going to sweep the nation.
Life for Shirley Temple begins at four, not 40
By Leicester Wagner, United Press Correspondent
What do you mean "life begins at forty"? Here's Shirley Temple, and life, to her, begins at four.
FDR re-elected in record vote
By LYLE C. WILSON, United Press Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, Nov. 4, 1936 (UP) - President Roosevelt has been returned to power for four more years by the largest vote ever given to a presidential candidate, election returns showed today.
Sworn in, Roosevelt wars autocratic powers their rule is over
Lyle C. Wilson
Franklin Delano Roosevelt took office for a second term today in a winter rain storm with a challenge to the nation for further reform.
Roosevelt greets a nation changed from four years ago
By RICHARD L. HARKNESS
WASHINGTON, March 4, 1937 (UPI) -- President Roosevelt tonight observes the fourth anniversary of that blustery March 4, 1933, when he first took the oath of office as the nation's chief executive standing literally amid the debris of the country's economic catastrophe.
FDR blasts Supreme Court at victory dinner
WASHINGTON, March 5, 1937 (UPI) - Opposition flared anew today among the foes of President Roosevelt as the aftermath of his withering attack last night on the Supreme Court.
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