People: Jun. 5, 1933

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

Mrs. Robert Worth Bingham and her

Stepdaughter Henrietta stood with a cockney crowd outside Buckingham Palace to watch three royal coaches with scarlet-liveried footmen bring Col. Bingham and his staff to present Ambassadorial credentials to King George.

In Madrid, U. S. Ambassador Claude Gernade Bowers went to his first bullfight, held in honor of a gathering of European beauty queens. Afterwards he declared: "I was tremendously impressed . . . memories of spectacles in ancient Rome! I have never seen such color and tensity in...

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