People: People, Feb. 7, 1944

Winston Churchill, Generalissimo & Madame Chiang Kai-shek and Joseph Stalin were among the rare birds whose watercolor portraits (after John James Audubon) were shown in Manhattan's Raymond & Raymond gallery last week (see cut). Their natures were suitably described by their caricaturist, 31-year-old San Franciscan Justin Murray. Sample: "Protectus Defendus (Joseph Stalin) —RANGE: Unpredictable. HABITAT: Enjoys sub-zero temperatures and thick, slimy mud. Remarkably mobile, he is frequently found far behind his enemies' nests. IDENTIFICATION: A large, tough bird—much tougher than anyone imagined. VOICE: Seldom heard. FOOD: Feeding habits are almost entirely beneficial...

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