People, Jul. 1, 1935

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

In Yonkers, N. Y. a judge asked a man charged with speeding: "Aren't you Carlyle Blackwell of the old movie days?"

Speeder: Yes, your Honor, but I thought you were too young to remember me.

Judge: You were my favorite actor. . . . Sentence suspended.

Sold for $700 at auction in Denver were the trinkets of the late Elizabeth Bonduel McCourt ("Baby Doe") Tabor (TIME, March 18), remnants of a fortune estimated at $8,000,000.

At Fore River, Mass., J. Pierpont

Morgan and his son, Henry Sturgis...

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