People, Sep. 2, 1935

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

Back in Los Angeles after a fortnight of fun in Hawaii was Postmaster General James Aloysius Farley. While bathing and basking in the sun there, he ran afoul Naval regulations by taking a cinema of the arrival of the Pan-American Clipper. Loyal Democrats paid $3 apiece for a raw fish and octopus banquet at which Boss Farley told them: "The United States is making reasonably steady strides back to prosperity. You can see it everywhere. You can take any index you please."

To counteract the...

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