People, Sep. 9, 1935

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

In Fishkill, N. Y. last month Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau Jr. gave his chauffeur a $20 bill to buy groceries, was surprised when the local bank declared it counterfeit, sent it back. In Washington he handed the same bogus bill to his chief clerk, asked for change, got it. Declared Secretary Morgenthau: "The joke's really on the chief clerk."

Texas' rough-&-ready Governor James V. ("Jimmie") Allred, whose campaign promise of "no more pardon peddling" has been faithfully kept, nervously told of his latest nightmare: "I dreamed I...

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