People, Apr. 2, 1934

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

Over the unmarked hump of ground in South Dakota's Black Hills where lies Deadwood Dick Carver, boomtown desperado and dime novel hero, the Deadwood Chamber of Commerce voted to place a rough stone monument and a brass plate.

At the 21st annual international flower show in Manhattan J. Pierpont Morgan won a gold medal for his tropical Kalanchoe globulifera coccinea; Mr & Mrs. Marshall Field, first prizes for their mignonettes, larkspur, stock: Mrs. Cornelius Francis Kelley, a first with twelve white Antirrhinum spikes....

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