People, Dec. 30, 1935

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

"Did I meet any geisha girls?" chortled Vice President John Nance Garner as he stepped ashore in Seattle. "I'll have to consult my diary." On the last lap of their two-month junket to Japan, China and the Philippines (at the expense of the Philippine Commonwealth), the Vice President, 17 Senators and 29 Representatives with their wives and children entrained for Washington. At Spokane Junketeer Garner, snugly installed in an upper berth, refused to come down for cameramen, bored deeper into his pillow. One...

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