People, Aug. 30, 1937

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

On a fishing tour of the West Coast, Herbert Clark Hoover stopped in Spokane, Wash. He sneered: "Why, you can get more fish within 75 miles of the Waldorf-Astoria* than you can out here."

Vacationing Mrs. James Roosevelt, mother of the U. S. President, went fishing in the Haldensee, near Innsbruck, Austria. She landed a 2½-lb. pickerel. Related Mrs. Roosevelt: "He jumped from the water once and seemed to give me a challenging look."

To a terrace in Gela, Italy, where a dance was in...

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