People, Sep. 23, 1935

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

At Oyster Bay, L. I., Col. Theodore Roosevelt, 48, confirmed the announcement he would join the publishing firm of Doubleday, Doran & Co., explained he was now satisfied to lead a quiet life. Said he: "I am a grandfather now, and it is time I settled down. . . . The publishing business is a form of teaching, after all."

"Society itself appears to be dissolving," began a letter to William Candler, Coca Cola heir and proprietor of Atlanta's Hotel Biltmore....

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