People: Elevations

George Bernard Shaw, who seldom goes beyond comparing himself with Shakespeare, received a bigger boost from an unidentified woman visitor to the House of Commons. In the central lobby she suddenly began shouting, "Mr. Bernard Shaw is God's right-hand man." She was promptly thrown out.

Governor Thomas E. Dewey was taken for a ride in one of Bell Aircraft's new helicopters (see cut), wondered if one might ease his commuting problem between Albany and his home in Pawling.

Senator Claude Pepper got a citation from the editors of Baby Talk magazine—for his "vigorous and...

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