People: Aug. 25, 1930

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

Every weekday for the past eleven years, Sir Harry Gloster Armstrong, 69, has gone to his office in Manhattan at 6 a. m., for by that hour London is well into its day's work and Sir Harry is the British Consul-General in New York. More than 40 years ago he was a dashing captain of the Irish fusiliers. More than 30 years ago he was an actor of Shakespeare in London's famed Haymarket theatre. Nine years...

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