People, Sep. 5, 1932

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

In Manhattan arrived Captain Bede Edmund Hugh Clifford, Governor of the Bahamas, to place contracts for publicity and advertising to boost next season's U. S. winter-resorting in Nassau.

In his suite in the swank hotel George V in Paris, where his wife lay ill, Samuel Instill stared pop-eyed at a squib in The People, London weekly: "Stricken Dollar King, now living in a Paris attic on $5 a week. . . cooking his own meals . . . beginning life all over again, only at...

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