People, May 3, 1937

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

Pennsylvania's Governor George Howard Earle came down with mumps, was quarantined for 15 days in the executive mansion at Harrisburg with Sons Ralph, 8, and Lawrence, 13. Snorted the Democratic Governor, 46: "And now, I guess, the Republicans will accuse me of being in my second childhood."

U. S. Ambassador to Russia Joseph Edward Davies slipped on a rug in his Washington apartment, wrenched his back, had Secretary of State Cordell Hull receive for him an honorary Doctorate of Laws from Presbyterian College (Clinton....

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