April 1953
New Republic;4/20/53, Vol. 128 Issue 16, p4
The article presents news clippings from various periodicals in the U.S. In Cleveland, Humphrey and his wife played a social role proper to a leading family, but as quietly as possible. In Washington, society reporters have found Humphrey braced for the exacting Cabinet social game. "Miss Safety Queen of 1952" swung into court on crutches and pleaded guilty of passing a red light, driving with out a license and driving the wrong way on a one-way street.


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