People: People, Feb. 5, 1945

Earnest Crusades

Dr. Ella Alexander Boole, indefatigable world president of the W.C.T.U., got the idea that liberated Europeans are giving U.S. troops a Dionysiac welcome, deplored it: "Why, they're drinking wine. Wine! They're offering our boys jugs of wine. They could just as easily have given them fruit juices."

Sally Rand, titillating terpsichorean, whose art consists of publicly manipulating two outsized feather fans, wriggled out of a $150,747 damage suit. She said she had a right to "some privacy," hence a right to bite and scratch two would-be photographers who had clicked a shutter at a slow-moving fan. A California court agreed.

William J....

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