People: Sep. 8, 1930

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

A truck careened through the streets of Langhorne, Pa., was halted by a speed officer; The driver paid $10 for breaking the speed law. His cargo: the law library of Charles Evans Hughes, Chief Justice of the U. .S.

"The false whiskers so becomingly worn by our Cleveland friend will be removed," radiographed Cyrus Stephen Eaton last March to John T. Harrington, president of Trumbull Steel. Last week the message was read in court. Newton D. Baker,...

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