People, Sep. 7, 1936

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

In New Haven, Conn., Policeman Michael F. Hally stopped Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt for passing a red light in her automobile. Said she: ''I was watching the street car in front of me." Said he: "You wasn't watchin' nothing."

To Governor's Island in New York Harbor as Chief of Staff of the 2nd Corps Area went Colonel Ulysses S. Grant 3rd, grandson of the 18th President.

In Hollywood the personal effects of the late Cinemactor John Gilbert were auctioned. Cinemactress Marlene Dietrich bought his 32 cotton...

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