People, Sep. 21, 1936

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

On a fortnight's training cruise on the U. S. S. Arkansas sailed Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr., Harvard junior, as a guest of 500 New England Naval Reservists.

Campaigning with Pennsylvania's Governor George Howard Earle in Allen- town, Democrat Jack Dempsey busily scribbled autographs, asked one eager moppet: "And don't you want the Governor's signature too?" Retorted the moppet: "Naw, I only want yours."

Mississippi's Governor Hugh Lawson White and Louisiana's Richard Webster

Leche, each 6 ft. i in. tall and weighing 250 lb., staged a yachting...

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