People: A Matter of Opinion

Novelist Fannie Hurst earnestly reminded the world that in these days "when impacts have become so dulled to horror, we must keep people alerted to the needs of animals."

When a visitor to ex-Vice President John Nance Garner, 79, said he thought that things would be better if Garner were President, Garner cackled: "I think so, too."

Barbara Jo Walker (Miss America of 1947), who is engaged to a medical student, turned down a Hollywood contract, explained: "Love is more important."

Dowager Soprano Geraldine Farrar, 65, now a country gentlewoman in Ridgefield, Conn., had...

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