People, Apr. 19, 1937

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

In London the Stamp Collectors' Fortnightly, favorite reading of George V, observed that "much as we all admired—al-most worshipped—Edward VIII, it was well known that he was not personally a philatelist."

Largest individual order received by Paris couturiers since the War came from the Duchess of Kent, who purchased 22 dresses for her summer and Coronation wardrobe. Estimated cost: $15,000.

On Premier Leon Blum's 65th birthday, yeggs broke into the Paris office of the silk business run by his three brothers, blew the...

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