People, Nov. 20, 1933

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

Administrator Harold Loy Ickes announced that the Public Works Administration had allotted $18,000 to the Department of State, part of which is being used to survey for a tunnel to connect the Department with the White House. A newshawk asked: "Have you finally found out what the tunnel is for?"

"Why yes," explained Administrator Ickes. "To go back and forth."

One Spaniard was killed, four were wounded when a gunman tried to assassinate Don José Antonio Primo de Rivera, 30, lawyer son of Spain's late...

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