People, May 4, 1936

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

Refusing to meet Elliott Roosevelt the local airport, Pittsburgh's eccentric Mayor William Nissley McNair growled: "I won't shake hands with of the Roosevelts." The President's second son said he thought Mayor McNair "a surly sort of cuss."

When Nashville, Tenn. women tore the dress suit off his back, Baritone Nels Eddy called for police, asked them to save him from his admirers, take him to train.

In Manhattan, William S. Hart, screen star of 150 silent "Westerns," won a five-year-old damage suit against United Artists, the firm which in 1925 signed...

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