People, Apr. 13, 1931

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

It became known that before he left Buenos Aires, on his South American junket, with his brother, Prince George of England found his bedroom at the British Embassy ransacked. Personal jewelry of "considerable value" had been stolen. Police tracked down the thief, discovered him to be a prominent young Argentine, who had consorted with the Princes a great deal during their visit. His name was not divulged. The jewelry was recovered.

Philosopher Paul Elmer More (Shelburne Essays), famed "humanist," departed for...

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