People, Apr. 11, 1932

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

When Gerald Collins, 3, fell down a 25-ft. drill hole in Picher. Okla., he got countrywide headlines until rescued, because of the late front-page-famed Floyd Collins, who was not rescued from a Kentucky cave in 1925.

Connecticut's Governor Wilbur Lucius Cross, 70, issued a formal denial that he was soon to marry Miss Catherine Turner, 24, insurance clerk of West Hartford.

Voluble Edward Stanlaw Jordan, president of Jordan Motor Car Co. (in receivership), waved a 5¢ cigar at a newsman in Cleveland and told...

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