People: Apr. 14, 1930

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

George Eastman, camera man, announced that he would give more than 500,000 gold-tinted box cameras away next month to any U. S. or Canadian child whose twelfth birthday comes in 1930. The occasion: to celebrate "Fiftieth Anniversary of Kodak."

Roald Amundsen was the name of a 15-ton, one-sail vessel, built to resemble (except for a galley funnel) the oldtime Viking ships, which reached Havana last week from Port Palos, Spain, after a 42-day voyage. Aboard: a crew of four and Captain Gerhard...

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