People, Feb. 23, 1953

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

In Mexico City, former U.S. Ambassador William O'Dwyer announced what was expected: he is going to remain south of the border—far from New York City and any embarrassing grand-jury questions on his administration of the city. Señor O'Dwyer explained that shortly before retiring as ambassador he had asked for and received the status of immigrant to Mexico. As such, he will keep his U.S. citizenship. His new job: partner in a local law firm in the capacity of "legal advisor," since only Mexican citizens...

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