People, Mar. 9, 1931

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

Madame Queen, who for more than a year has been a crucial offstage character in Freeman F. ("Amos") Gosden and Charles J. ("Andy") Correll's radio skits, surprised the radiaudience by speaking out for the first time. Since last Christmas when Andy, who had met Mme Queen as a manicurist, felt his ardor for her cool, Messrs. Gosden & Correll have marched their story bit-by-bit right into a breach-of-promise courtroom. There it was necessary to have Mme Queen's testimony. So high-voiced Amos...

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