People, Jun. 18, 1934

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

Three months ago in Washington. Wisconsin's Representative Raymond J. Cannon bumped a taxi. Out of the taxi stepped three members of the New York Stock Exchange: its onetime President Edward Henry Harriman Simmons, with an injured shoulder; its Governor Herbert G. Wellington, with a cut lip; its Vice President Allen Ledyard Lindley, badly shaken. Total damage, as estimated by Bumper Cannon: "Trivial." Last week damage suits were filed against Bumper Cannon charging negligent driving. Total damage, as estimated by Messrs. Simmons, Wellington &...

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