People, Mar. 30, 1936

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

The Internal Revenue Bureau in Washington disclosed that President Emeritus Abbott Lawrence Lowell of Harvard University had agreed to pay $32,962 for deficiencies in his 1932 income tax statement, which claimed losses of $194,412 in sales of Kreuger & Toll stock. When newshawks asked him if he would give further information about the error, the 79-year-old taxpayer snapped a decisive "No!"

Because his current Scandals was beginning to lose money, Producer George White called the principals together, announced he would close the show. Most of the actors grumpily agreed...

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