People: People, Apr. 1, 1946


George Bernard Shaw, safe in his 89th year, proposed that "no woman . . . bear a child unless she is guaranteed by the man at least $8,000 for doing so. That would solve the problem of overpopulation."

Maxwell Anderson, lambaster of drama critics (TIME, March 11), had a drama critic in the family. Son Quentin, 34, was new play appraiser for the highbrow literary quarterly Kenyon Review. On his father's recent troubles, Critic Anderson refused to utter a word.

Zita Heinmuller, 19, appeared to be the next glamor girl to be trumpeted to...

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