People: War & Defense

William C. Bullitt sent a box of food to imprisoned ex-Premier Paul Reynaud. "I cannot send you guns," he wrote, "but here is some butter." Crotchety old Bachelor James C. McReynolds, longtime Supreme Court Justice, "adopted" 32 British children, one Belgian. Dorothy Thompson arrived in England for a month's visit "to see my friends . . . for pleasure . . . to know what the British are thinking." Expatriate Novelist Kay Boyle flew across from Lisbon with her family of seven—biggest family the Clippers have ever carried. Hollywood's No. 1...

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