People, Apr. 5, 1937

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

Mining Engineer Herbert Hoover prospected near Winnemucca, Nev.

Citizens of Lancaster, Pa. prepared to raise money to preserve "Wheatlands," once the 22-acre farm of James Buchanan, 15th and only bachelor President.

"I'm happier if I just read the headlines," revealed Ettie Rheiner Garner, wife and secretary of the Vice President. "I prefer to get the news from conversations with the men."

Washington's romping Lieutenant Governor Victor Aloysius Meyers sued Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp. for $250,000 damages to his reputation which he claims he suffered when...

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