People, Feb. 14, 1938

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

Available to President Roosevelt last week were two suggestions on how to check depression. Suggested Economist Carl H. Henrikson, assistant dean of the Business School of the University of Chicago, to Philadelphia Rotarians: "If all economists in the world were laid on their faces, it would be a good thing for business." Suggested cantaloupe-faced Philosopher Will Durant, to Californians: "Raise more fruit and less nuts."

In San Francisco Samuel Goldwyn, hard-working film producer, released a pithy Goldwynism: "I go to a movie every night. Why not? I've got to do something to take...

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