People, Sep. 27, 1937

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

John Llewellyn Lewis Jr, 18, son of the C.I.O.'s boss, enrolled as a freshman at Princeton University.

A big transport plane swooped down into the Nashville, Tenn., Airport and rolled to a stop. A crowd gathered round it, crying for Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr. & bride to step out. Called one: "See, there he is in the window!" Called another: "He's got a smile just like his father's." Called a third: "He's heard us and is going to come out."

Instead, out stepped newlyweds Mr. &...

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