People, Apr. 15, 1935

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

Up to the reservations desk in a Chicago hotel bustled a woman and two men. From the clerk they reserved three seats on the Transcontinental & Western Air plane for New York, bustled away again. Hour later they were back to ask: "Is that the 'Lindbergh Line'?" Told that it was, they indignantly canceled their reservations. Asked TWA's Chicago manager: "Who were they?" Replied the hotel clerk: "Mrs. Bruno Richard Hauptmann and two lawyers."*

In his Washington office, Federal Emergency Relief Administrator Harry Hopkins picked...

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