People, Oct. 5, 1936

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

North Dakota's Senator Gerald P. Nye suffered slight leg bruises when his automobile jumped the highway near Edgeley after ramming a drove of pigs.

In Beverly, Mass., where he has a summer home, John Barry Ryan, son of the late Copperman Thomas Fortune Ryan, applied to the mayor for appointment as a special policeman.

Nursing a shoulder fractured two months ago in a springboard dive, on his 40th birthday Author F. Scott Fitzgerald was found in an Asheville, N. C. resort hotel by the New...

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