People, Jul. 20, 1936

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

At a hospital fair, John Jacob Astor III was voted the handsomest man in Newport, R. I.

William Alexander Julian, 71-year-old Treasurer of the U. S., who made his fortune as a Cincinnati shoe manufacturer and banker and whose signature now appears on all New Deal dollar bills, sailed for a month's vacation in England, after delivering himself of the following views on agriculture and the automobile:

"I've got a farm in Ohio. It's about 1.200 acres, and I have a number of tenants on...

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