People: After Due Consideration

In Dallas to lecture at the Woman's Club, Ogden Nash had a fast answer to comments on his scarlet suspenders:

"Mid Dallas' Downtown palaces I deprecate my red galluses, But if I swap 'em for a belt My abdomen gets calluses."

Patched up with 20 plastic-surgery operations after a plane crash last year, Jacqueline Auriol, daughter-in-law of France's President, announced in Buffalo that she had learned to fly a helicopter—"a more rational plane," said she, "for a woman pilot."

It was like winning an Oscar for Cinemactress Claudette Colbert, when a cosmetic company bought her oil portrait of...

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