People, Sep. 26, 1938


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

Hollywood Hearstattler Louella Parsons reported a rumor that Hitler had clapped his onetime favorite, oldtime Cinemactress Pola Negri, in a concentration camp because she talked too much.

Officials of Westinghouse Co., gathering material to go into an 800-lb. cupaloy* time capsule which is to be buried 50 feet in the earth on the New York World's Fair site, not to be opened for 5,000 years, collected letters to posterity written by Nobel Prize-winners Albert Einstein, Robert Andrews Millikan, Thomas Mann—and by Grover Aloysius Whalen...

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