People, Jun. 26, 1933

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

Bernard Marcus, convicted president of Bank of United States (whose executive vice president, Saul Singer, last fortnight had a uniformed chauffeur deliver an oriental rug for his cell at Sing Sing) applied for transfer from Sing Sing to New York State's new wall-less, bar-less prison at Wallkill, which convicts call ''The Country Club." His application was denied because authorities feared his onetime depositors might protest....

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