People, Aug. 8, 1938

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

Six weeks ago a young man who called himself Jack Morgan pitched in to work on Omer Addison's 100-acre farm near Knightstown, Ind. He proved to be "a willing hand, but a little green." This week an operation removed both his appendix and his anonymity. His name: John Pierpont Morgan III, 20-year-old Harvard student.

Doing a turn as guest columnist for vacationing Walter Winchell, slaphappy Cinemactress Carole Lombard reported she had telephoned the Duke of Windsor, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, H. G. Wells, Maude Adams, George Bernard Shaw. Reason: to get their opinions on...

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