People: All in Good Time

Socialist George Bernard Shaw turned a capital gain in a London auction. After hanging on to a $160 clavichord for 28 years, he let it go for a well-tempered $440.

On their sixth wedding anniversary—their first together—Trumpeter Harry James and Cinemactress Betty Grable (who seldom misses a day at the races when not making pictures) gave each other six-week-old thoroughbred colts.

In Washington, the House voted to strike off a gold medal in honor of Vice President Alben W. Berkley. The Government would keep the medal, but Barkley, along with the public, would get...

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