People: Dec. 1, 1930

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

"General" Jacob Sechler Coxey, who started his march to Washington in 1894 with a band of 100 men and a bill proposing that Congress issue currency for road improvements under direction of the Secretary of War, arrived in Manhattan, said he was going to Washington to petition Congress once more. "It's the same old bill," said he, "and the American people are still as dumb as beetles.

" Charles A. Levine, millionaire junkman who flew the Atlantic in 1927 as Pilot Clarence...

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