People, Oct. 26, 1936

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

Unable to sell it for $750, the owners razed the boyhood home near New Hope, N. Y. of Millard Fillmore, 13th and least-appreciated U. S. President.

"Slightly indisposed," Emperor Hirohito of Japan suspended the nation's autumn harvest thanksgiving ritual at which he was expected to offer rice to the Gods of the Imperial Sanctuary.

Listing $700,000 debts and no assets, Edward Fitz-Gerald, Duke of Leinster appeared in London's Bankruptcy Court to tell his creditors how he had embarked in 1928 on a lavish "prospecting" trip...

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