People: Apr. 3, 1933

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

Last month stories that Ambassador Andrew William Mellon had shipped a hoard of gold to Britain and was afraid to go home became so loud that Pennsylvania's Senator Reed felt obliged to deny them in open Senate. Last week Mr. Mellon debarked from the Leviathan in Manhattan on his 78th birthday, quietly parried newshawks' questions. He said he had heard his successor, spruce young Judge Robert Worth Bingham of Kentucky, "favorably commented on" in London. Asked whether "beer will help much." he said, "What...

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