People: People, Dec. 22, 1941


Westbrook Pegler told Phillips Exeter alumni in Manhattan: "I really am not sore at anyone except the common enemy."

I. A. R. Wylie, British novelist now in the U.S., said she was convinced that though "America has had an uneasy feeling about war, she will be much happier for the experience."

Mayor Carl Zeidler of Milwaukee plumped for he-mannish nattiness in city employes, declared: "Government must be sold to the public. What is needed is eye-appeal."

Postmaster Albert Goldman of New York City, official opener of letters-to-Santa Claus, read one that finished: "You better bring...

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