People, Sep. 19, 1932

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

Clara Phillips, famed "hammer murderess" doing 35 years in California's San Quentin Prison, lost a chance for parole when caught flirting with a Los Angeles burglar who delivered dental supplies to the women's quarters.

Commented Josephus Daniels, Wilsonian Secretary of Navy, upon a Navy order forbidding Annapolis graduates to marry until after two years' service: "Pretty high-handed. ... I am a strong advocate of matrimony."

King Albert of the Belgians, experienced mountaineer, scaled the sheer pinnacle of Crozzon di Brenta, 10,247 ft. high, one of...

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