People, Aug. 1, 1932

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

At a private luncheon given by Editor Julian Starkweather Mason of the New York Evening Post, Alfred Emanuel Smith and Alice Roosevelt Longworth

met for the first time, conversed animatedly for two hours. Much of their talk concerned the Democratic Convention scene, which they both witnessed, in which William Gibbs McAdoo swung the California and Texas delegations from Garner to Roosevelt. Reported the New York Times: ''Some of those present said that, despite their traditional political differences, Mr. Smith and Mrs. Longworth found themselves...

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