People, Jul. 25, 1938

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

Author Dale Carnegie (How to Win Friends and Influence People) sailed from Manhattan to climb some Swiss peaks.

Stiff-necked Back Bay society learned that Sally Clark, 18, younger sister of Mrs John Aspinwall Roosevelt, had walked into Boston's Ritz-Carlton, posed for pictures, then announced that she would this week make her debut not as a socialite but as a professional songstress on the Ritz's roof garden. Salary: $150 the first week, $200 the second, $250 thereafter. "I am not thinking of Hollywood," said she, last week, "I imagine that from time to time...

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