People, Oct. 4, 1937

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

Traveling from Indianapolis where they campaigned for the local Civic Theatre, Cinemactress Mary Pickford and Husband Buddy Rogers stepped off a train in Manhattan. Said she: "Buddy and I are planning a new home. . . . It won't be as pretentious as Pickfair. Mercy, no! Only four master bedrooms, and of course tennis courts, swimming pool and things like that."

At an early morning hour, Hollywood police received a call from oldtime Funnyman W. C. Fields, now 58, who said his butler and his secretary,...

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