People, Oct. 11, 1937

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

Pennsylvania's Governor George Howard Earle announced he had just appointed a committee of seven lawyers to study criminal procedure in Pennsylvania. Veteran Harrisburg Newspaperman George Her Fisher asked: "Why don't you appoint a layman on it?" Governor Earle snapped back: "O. K., you're on, George." The appointment was made official.

Mrs Grace Coolidge, widow of the late President of the U. S., contracted for the building of a $25,000, air-conditioned, seven-room house in Northampton, Mass.

Oldtime Actress Maude Adams assumed her duties as professor of...

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