People, Dec. 27, 1937

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

In Republican Westchester County a jury awarded $21,000 damages to Frederick Grewen, 34, knocked down on Manhattan's Park Avenue last April by Mrs. James Roosevelt's automobile. The President's mother and her chauffeur, Louis E. Depew, who was alone in the car when the accident occurred, were codefendants. Said Supreme Court Justice Mortimer B. Patterson: "The jury was generous, all right."

Sexational, robustious Cinemactress Mae West appeared on a commercial broadcast for the first time in four years. Result: the most indignant wave of protest from...

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