People, Sep. 30, 1935

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

Said Henry Ford: "Me a candidate for the Presidency? I wouldn't have it!" Said Publisher Bernarr Adolphus MacFadden (Physical Culture, True Stories, True Romances}: "If the nomination should come to me, it is an honor no American could afford to refuse. . . ." Said General Smedley Darlington ("Old Gimlet Eye") Butler: "Give me $5,000,000 and I'll elect a Chinaman President."

Reconciled after violent protest to the requirement that he remove his shoes when he...

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