People, May 11, 1936

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

To the National Hobby Show in Washington President Franklin Delano

Roosevelt sent a collection of five porcelain donkeys, squatting on their haunches, tooting saxophones.

Docking in Manhattan after a year in Sweden, Greta Garbo granted the first formal interview of her career to newshawks. After ten minutes of evasive chit-chat she rose to go, was cornered by deep-bosomed Cinemactress Fifi D'Orsay who gurgled "GeeGee, do you remember Fifi? I am so 'appee to see you!"

Coldly said Gee-Gee: "How do you do?"

In San Diego, Calif.,...

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