People, Feb. 1, 1937

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news: Three years ago the Bulgarian Chauffeurs' Association, in recognition of his many roadside repairs, elected Tsar Boris III their president. Last week the Yugoslav Railwaymen's Union elected Boris "an honorary locomotive engineer" because "he really knows how to drive a locomotive." Groping about Malacanan Palace before dawn, early-rising President Manuel Quezon of the Philippines reached for a light switch, barked his shins in the dark, found his way to a telephone, ordered immediate cancellation of Philippine daylight saving time two weeks before...

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