People, Aug. 27, 1934

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

Motoring through Beaconsfield, England, Manhattan's clever Lawyer Fanny Holtzmann careened into a telephone pole, escaped with bruises. "To end the guessing game" which followed her settlement of Princess Irina Alexandrovna Youssoupov's libel suit based on the film Rasputin and the Empress (TIME, Aug. 20), Attorney Holtzmann announced that her client would receive $250,000 and costs from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.

In Philadelphia Charles E, Duryea

(Stevens-Duryea), 72, celebrated his golden wedding anniversary by showing lantern slides of his first "gas buggies" (1892),...

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