People, Aug. 29, 1932

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

The Hearst Press carried pictures of austere Justice James Clark McReynolds of the U. S. Supreme Court, with Mrs. McReynolds, attending what it called "the event of the season at Washington"— the premiere of the film Blondie of the Follies, starring Publisher Hearst's friend Marion Davies.

A locomotive-engineer named Augustus Phillips of Falls City, Neb. returned to the U. S. from a visit to his native Aitos, Bulgaria. After the villagers had serenaded him and his wife...

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