People, Aug. 21, 1933

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

While France's President Albert Lebrun, 61, was walking across a square in Metz, a bicyclist zipped out of a side street, knocked him down, banged his pate. The President of France arose smiling.

When John William Davis was asked his opinion of the NRA program, he replied: "I have always believed, and still do, that no man should work less than eight hours a day. What are we going to do with all these extra hours? Honestly, how many men do you know who will use...

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