People, Jul. 27, 1936

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

Returning to Baltimore on the excursion boat State of Virginia at the end of a two-day cruise on Chesapeake Bay with 235 Automobile Trade Association Conventionites, Maryland's roly-poly Governor Henry Whinna Nice was in the forward saloon with everyone else about 10 p. m. cheering a rowdy chorus-girl show, when there came four blasts of the ship's whistle. Instant later, passengers were knocked sprawling as the steel bow of the freighter Golden Harvest chopped ten feet into the State of Virginia's side a few...

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