People, Jan. 15, 1934

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

Mused Mary Pickford in Chicago: "Women ought to learn that kindness is sometimes the most devastating and weakening influence. Wives especially make this mistake. There ought to be a school where women are taught to be reasonably selfish. It is the unselfish ones who ruin themselves and everyone depending upon them."

Maude Adams, 61, was rehearsing a radio adaptation of Sir James Barrie's The Little Minister, for "Pond's Cold Cream" hour over NBC.

In the Manhattan hospital where for three weeks he has been under...

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