People: Jun. 16, 1930

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

In Brooklyn, Dougherty was not a name that made news until last week's news made Dougherty a name to conjure with in Brooklyn.* Edward P. Dougherty, 19, shiny-haired, tight-collared, $20-per-week clerk in a broker's office, paid $1 for a ticket in the Canadian Army & Navy Veterans' Sweepstakes on the Epsom Derby. The ticket drew Blenheim, won $149,262. Edward P. Dougherty told the news to his father, Daniel, an apartment house doorman, and his brother Daniel Jr., another broker's clerk. Instantly,...

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