For some people, life was pleasant in Rome last week. Bright sunshine and tempering breezes by day, a waxing moon by night added charm to the beautiful, eternal city.
As always, lovely flowers were for sale at the foot of the Spanish Steps. Famous restaurants were open. In one, the San Carlo, Proprietor Umberto Storci fell with joy on the neck of an old customer, New York Timesman Herbert Matthews. Said
Matthews in a nostalgic dispatch: "He had been serving German soldiers until 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon."
Crowds followed Lieut. General Mark Clark's jeep through...