People, Oct. 7, 1935

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

"To see what the effect would be," James ( "Jimmie") Donahue, Woolworth 5¢-&-10¢ heir, cousin of Countess Barbara Hutton Haugwitz. stepped onto a balcony of his Rome hotel, shouted "Viva Ethiopia " squirted a syphon of soda water at a group of young Fascists. Effect: two Government agents presently escorted Playboy Donahue to the Italian frontier.

Again arrested for speeding (65 m. p. h. in Hampton, N. H.). Franklin Delano Roosevelt Jr. again forfeited bail ($15).

Driving alone in Los Angeles Newlywed Senator William Gibbs...

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