People: People, Aug. 6, 1945


Winston Churchill II, almost-five-year-old grandson of the former Prime Minister, had his own idea of the meaning of the British elections. When his nurse asked him if he had heard about them, he replied: "Yes, I have a new grandpapa."

Grace Moore, returning from a U.S.O. tour of Europe (see THEATER), had an idea about faithless G.I. wives. Said the fizzy blond cinemactress and Metropolitan Opera soprano: "They ought to shave the heads of these women. . . ."


Henry Ford hailed his 82nd birthday with his customary optimism and plug for unhampered private enterprise. The entire world, said he, is "on the...

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