As the S. S. Leviathan entered New York Harbor last week and passed the Statue of Liberty, a fat old woman extracted from her pocketbook a faded U. S. flag of silk and waved it with practiced enthusiasm. Then cameramen photographed her stuffing it in her bosom. She said she had worn that flag next to her heart ever since she departed the U. S. ten years ago. "Viva America!" she shrilled. "America is my one grand passion!" She could shrill, too. She was Luisa Tetrazzini.
When Soprano Tetrazzini toured the