People, May 23, 1932

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

After 61 U. S. concerts, Jose Iturbi, sportive Spanish pianist, sailed for Europe taking with him first U. S. citizenship papers, a Ford, a power plant for generating electricity and water, an electric refrigerator, a set of bathroom fixtures. The contrivances are for a home Iturbi is building in his native Valencia.

Heckled in the House of Commons for referring to "the late Mr. Fisher," Lady Astor retorted: "When people leave this House they are dead to me!" Cried another female M. P.: "What about...

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