People: Apr. 16, 1928

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Georges Eugene Adrien Clemenceau tried to buy an automobile in Paris, but an automotive sales manager insisted on giving him one. "France owes you too much. Let me pay my part of the debt," said the sales manager. M. Clemenceau accepted the automobile and sent a check for 10,000 francs ($400) to the factory where it was made, to be distributed among the most needy workmen.

Comtesse de Chambrun (née Clara Longworth of Cincinnati, sister of Speaker Nicholas Longworth) was made a...

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