People, Apr. 12, 1937

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

Fire destroyed the vacant house at Niles, Ohio where 25th President William McKinley was born.

For his christening, Norway's Prince Haraldt six-weeks-old son of Crown Prince Olaf, received a huge, ornate beer mug as the official gift of the Norwegian Parliament. Sniffed Folket, temperance paper: "One would believe that it was a union of brewers and not the Norwegian Parliament that presented such a gift to the Prince. This vulgar object is a gift suitable for a drunkard. . . ."

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