People, Nov. 30, 1953

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

Producer Sam Goldwyn, who was prepared to spend $250.000 for the film rights to Charles A. Lindbergh's book The Spirit of St. Louis, called the whole thing off. What nettled Goldwyn was Author Lindbergh's demand for a veto in the choice of actors, writers and director.

The U.S. Parole Board in Washington announced that it had once more considered the parole application of Perjurer Alger Hiss, again agreed to deny it.

Seated in a jeep to save wear & tear on his ailing hip. TV Star...

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