People, Jan. 16, 1933

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

Arriving in Manila, Mrs, Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt, 71, nodded when her son Governor General Theodore Roosevelt asked: "Do you remember when father said he would rather be Governor General of the Philippines than Vice President?"

In Madrid, because he kicked a policeman who intervened when he and his pugnacious brother Miguel were quarreling with taxi drivers, Fernando Primo de Rivera, son of Spain's late Dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera, was sentenced to three years, four months, eight days in prison.

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