People, Jul. 4, 1955

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

Arriving in New York to accept a public-service award from the Global News Syndicate, hatless Vice President Richard Nixon displayed the sure political instincts of a seasoned campaigner, in an impromptu 1-hour-and-45-minute tour of Harlem. With an entourage of Global News executives, city detectives and secret service men, Nixon drove to 125th Street and set out on foot, stopping to ask several children about the Dodgers' winning streak, whirled in and out of the offices of the weekly New York Age Defender, paused in the next block to chat...

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