People, Nov. 5, 1934

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

Into the lobby of New Orleans' Hotel Roosevelt, stronghold of the partisans of Huey P. Long, ventured Burt W. Henry, president of the Anti-Long Honest Election League. There he caught sight of John Holmes Overton, junior Senator from Louisiana and the Kingfish's short, pudgy henchman. Burt Henry suddenly remembered the day last winter when John Overton, on the floor of the Senate, had accused him of hypocrisy for representing the Honest Election League as nonpartisan. Said Henry: "If you do not apologize we'll go...

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