People, Sep. 26, 1932

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

Critic George Jean Nathan's newly-published Intimate Notebooks revealed that $500,000 earned by Strange Interlude enabled Playwright Eugene Gladstone O'Neill to gratify two lifelong desires: 1) have shirts tailored in London; 2) own a carriage dog.

Oldtime Newsman Frank Ward O'Malley sailed for Europe as a self-elected missionary of U. S. culture. Said he: "There's a grand opportunity for enlightenment on Route 4, for instance, which runs all the way from the Riviera into Italy without a single billboard, not one barbecue stand, and only...

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