Milestones, Apr. 1, 1935

Died. Gerald Charles MacGuire, 38, bond salesman (Grayson M.P. Murphy & Co.) whom Major General Smedley D. Butler last November charged had approached him with an offer to lead a Fascist march on Washington (TIME, Dec. 3); of uremia and pneumonia; in New Haven, Conn. His brother, William J. MacGuire, declared that his death was the result of the "unjust charges."

Died. William Boyd, 45, saturnine stage and cinema actor (not to be confused with William ["Bill"] Boyd, younger film actor); of gastric hemorrhage, in Los Angeles. His most famed role: as Sergeant Quirt opposite the...

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