People, Jun. 19, 1933

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

Motoring home to Palo Alto, Herbert Hoover stopped at a filling station in Los Banos, noticed a cat stalking something under a street light.

Mr. Hoover: What's that cat doing?

Attendant: Catching crickets. The crickets are attracted by the light, and the cat hunts them.

Mr. Hoover: I never knew that before.

In Washington one D. B. Flohr, successor to the chauffeur who quit Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins because she made him work 17 hours a day (TIME, May 15), was asked if he had any...

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