People, Jul. 18, 1932

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

Henry Cabot Lodge, able journalist (New York Herald Tribune}, setting out after his Senator-grandfather's footsteps, announced his candidacy for State Representative in Massachusetts.

On the boulders of Dogtown Common, part of Cape Ann near Gloucester, Mass., lately appeared carved legends such as "Prosperity Follows Service," "Be Clean," "Help Mother," "Get a Job," "Save." When one such marking, the simple number "31,"* was carved on a boulder on the property of Mrs. Leila Webster Adams, widow of Manhattan Architect Rayne Adams and...

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