People, Jan. 20, 1936

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

London publicity agents easily persuaded helpful Queen Mary to attend, in the space of a fortnight, the cinema premieres of The Ghost Goes West (see p. 57) and George Arliss' The Guv'nor.

Rumania's Crown Prince Michael, 14,

traveled across the Balkan Peninsula in his royal train to hunt ducks with Yugoslavia's King Peter, 12.

In the drawing room of Lawrence P. Fisher, President of Cadillac Motor Car Co., Detroit's seven shy, body-building Fisher Brothers seated their mother in a high-backed armchair, posed for their first picture...

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