People, Nov. 2, 1936

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

Week after the Girl Scouts of America re-elected President Mrs. Lou Henry Hoover, Boys' Club Federation of America elected Herbert Hoover Board Chairman.

After running into and knocking down Mrs. Mary M. O'Leary in Boston in March 1934, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr. was fined $20 for driving an automobile unregistered in Massachusetts, named defendant by her in $30,000 damage suits which he last week settled for $1.

Deserting his family's potent American Smelting & Refining Co.. M. Robert Guggenheim Jr., 25-year-old nephew of one-time Ambassador...

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