People, Jun. 21, 1937

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

Herbert Clark Hoover appeared at his West Branch, Ia. birthplace, bought three years ago by his son Allan, arranged (at his wife's suggestion) that the one-story frame house be restored.

Somebody stole Senator Pat Harrison's car from in front of his Washington residence.

Before a meeting of the British Library Association, Dr. William Temple, Archbishop of York, recited: There once was a gourmet of Crediton

Who ate pâté de foie gras. He spread it on.

A chocolate biscuit

And said, "I'll just risk it."

His tomb gives...

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