People, Feb. 11, 1935

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

From a refrigerated crypt in Pasadena, Calif., undertakers removed the frozen body of William Wrigley Jr., found it unchanged in appearance since they put it there three years ago. An ambulance sped it to the S. S. Catalina which bore it out to Santa Catalina Island. Near the town of Avalon an obelisk-topped mausoleum has been two years building. There William Wrigley Jr. was finally buried.

Walking along Washington's 24th Street at dusk, Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgenthau came to a steep, icy hill....

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