People, Apr. 17, 1933

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

Last month in Omaha the Community Playhouse began rehearsing a play called Brigham Young, with 17 amateur actresses playing Brigham's wives. The plot unhistorically showed other Mormon men trading wives. Word of the rehearsals soon reached the potent Latter-Day Saints Church in Salt Lake City. The Church's president is Heber J. Grant, a director of Union Pacific Railroad. Last week onetime Ambassador to Mexico Joshua Reuben Clark Jr. became President Grant's Second Counselor and third ranking Mormon. One of the Council of Twelve Apostles...

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