People: People, Jul. 8, 1946

Conscientious Objectors

Winston Churchill, detecting a small flaw in a London comedy, dropped around backstage to pass the word. In subsequent performances, when the British trucks rounded a corner they sounded their horns.

Sally Rand's time-honored fandangling and bubble-cuddling suddenly struck San Francisco police as indecent. They arrested her — twice in one week. Topping off the priceless publicity, the judge took a look for himself. Upshot: charges dismissed.

Broken Blossoms

Al Capone, according to his Miami doctor, was positively not capable of muscling back into Chicago (as rumor had him). In fact, he was not capable of any thing much: paretic Al patted tennis...

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