People, Nov. 11, 1935

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

Said Queen Mary, inspecting a bust of Home Secretary Sir John Simon: "I like

Sir John's smile."

Down a back road near Freeport, Ohio, trudged a ragged, squint-eyed old man. His son was a cripple. He had sold his horse to buy bread. He now had nothing left but a dilapidated farm, a bank book showing 50,000 devaluated marks tied up in his native Germany. Into a WPAgency he trudged, gave his name as Karl Goering, shruggingly remarked that he is a cousin of peacocky...

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