People: Feb. 3, 1930

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Grace Moore, sightly, luxuriating Metropolitan Opera soprano, went last week to Jellico, Tenn., to sing "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawning" at her sister Emily's wedding. On the way she confided to pressmen that in her sound film debut, recently arranged for, she would appear as the late, great, prudish Jenny Lind. Her second picture will probably be The Merry Widow, made jointly with Baritone Lawrence Mervil Tibbett.

George ("Buggs") Moran, Chicago gangster, and his crony Leo Mongoven, were arrested...

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