People: Out of Character

Ingrid Bergman, passing through Manhattan on a war bond tour, said her next stop was Minnesota where "if I can't sell bonds in English. I'll sell them in Swedish." She divulged that she had dreamed for two and a half years of a Schrafft's hot fudge sundae, found they were no longer served because of the war. She planned to see Mae West's Catherine Was Great on Broadway, explained: "I want to see if there's anything I can learn from her. It may come in handy sometime."

General Henry H. ("Hap") Arnold, visiting Detroit, was...

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