People, Feb. 15, 1937

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

Anticipating his guest's fondness for bridge, young King Leopold (35) of the Belgians set up card tables in his Brussels Palace at the official reception for aged King Gustaf (78) of Sweden.

Baffled when he received as a contribution to the March 4 Roosevelt Victory Dinners a $1,000 check signed "Alfred M. Landon,' Democratic National Chairman James Aloysius Farley, observed: "That does seem to make it unanimous," soon learned that the check had not been signed by the defeated GOPresidential nominee or by anyone...

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