People, Mar. 15, 1937

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

Elliott Roosevelt (second son), struck oil (500 bbl. a day) on the Ed Hughes ranch in Crane County, Tex. which he leased with Elder Brother James, John Daniel Hertz of Yellow Cab Co., Poloist Tommy Hitchcock.

Visiting a Parliament of Religions in Calcutta while his monoplane underwent repairs at Nagpur, Colonel Charles Augustus Lindbergh heard himself compared by Indian Poetess Sarojini Naidu to Buddha, Galileo and "other spiritual figures of the world," flushed scarlet.

From a wheelchair in Chicago Explorer Osa Johnson resumed lecturing less...

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