People, Aug. 7, 1933

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

Night before Mahatma Gandhi was to begin a march across India preaching "individual civil disobedience" he and a group of his disciples were jailed at Ahmedabad by order of stern Viceroy Earl Willingdon, successor to mild Baron Irwin who as Viceroy permitted Mr. Gandhi to achieve world prominence by his famed "salt march to the sea" (TIME, March 24,

1930.) Oklahoma's Representative James V, McClintic said he was fishing off Solomons Island in Chesapeake Bay when an 18-ft. fish yanked him into the water....

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