People: People, Jan. 15, 1945

Field Marshal Sir Bernard Law Montgomery, inspecting U.S. forces now under his command (see WORLD BATTLEFRONTS), visited the U.S. 104th Infantry Division, commanded by battlewise Major General Terry Allen, expressed admiration for the timber-wolfhead insigne worn by the 104th. Allen promptly ripped off his shoulder patch, gave it to besweatered, bereted Monty.

Rorello LaGuardia, Manhattan's hustling, bustling little Mayor, who in eleven years of office has proved a tar baby for nicknames ("Butch," "The Hat," "The Little Flower"), was tagged anew at the opening of an "Eat More Fish" campaign: "The Little Flounder."...

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