People, Jun. 4, 1934

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

As part of a full-page advertisement in the New York Herald Tribune appeared a facsimile of the following cablegram from London: "PRINCE WALES PRINCE GEORGE WEARING SLIDE FASTENERS ON TROUSER FLIES STOP LORD LOUIS MOUNTBATTEN RECOMMENDED THIS IDEA TO THEM STOP FASTENERS USED ARE MANUFACTURED BY IMPERIAL CHEMICAL INDUSTRIES LTD BY ARRANGEMENT WITH HOOKLESS FASTENER COMPANY OF PENNSYLVANIA."

Announced the Warden of Vassar College: ''A girl may marry and continue her Vassar course if she wishes. She is expected to reside in adormitory unless...

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