People, Apr. 22, 1935

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

By working all one day in a mob scene on a Hollywood cinema set, the Countess of Warwick earned $7.50, which she gave to another extra.

Asked by Washington newshawks if he had read the late Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg's War memoirs, which praised him highly. Lord Byng of Vimy, commander of Britain's 3rd Army in the War, replied: "I have read nothing about the War. In extenuation neither have I written anything about it."

Driving back to Harvard after spring vacation in a blinding...

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