People, Sep. 12, 1932

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

A Federal Grand Jury indicted Otis Perry Seligman, cashier of the First National Bank of Santa Fe, N. Mex.. for an alleged shortage of $25,941 in his accounts. Said his father. Governor Arthur Seligman, president of the bank, after making good the shortage: "He will have to take his medicine."

Customs officers at Chicago found liquor worth $2,500 aboard Kenkora II, black-hulled yacht owned by jolly Kenneth G. Smith, president of Pepsodent Co.. when it returned from a cruise in Canadian waters. Said Mr....

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