People, Aug. 31, 1931

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Anita, 22-year-old daughter of Joseph Clark Grew, U.S. Ambassador to Turkey, swam the length of the Bosporus (18 mi.) in five hours, while her father fed her chocolate, cheered her with phonograph music from a small boat.

When the Belgenland reached Fire Island, N.Y., on her return from a six-day cruise to Halifax, it was 1 a.m. At a sweepstakes party were Hisashi Fujimura, rich Japanese importer (Asahi Corp.), and his mistress—svelte, blonde, beauteous Mrs. Mary Dale von Reissner, onetime showgirl. She was travelling with him in the guise of...

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