PERIPATETICS: Nor Heat, nor Gloom of Night

¶ Packing, in Moscow, to attend an all-Slav Congress in Manhattan next month: Alexander Yevdokimovich Korneichuk and his wife, Colonel Wanda Wasilewska of the Red Army. He is one of Russia's leading dramatists (Front, Death of a Squadron, Truth) and a member of the Supreme Soviet; she is a former Polish (now Soviet) novelist (The Rainbow), head (during the war) of the Union of Polish Patriots in Russia.

¶ Arrived, in London: Admiral Marc Andrew Mitscher, commander of the U.S. Eighth (Atlantic) Fleet and Vice Admiral Forrest Percival Sherman, Deputy Chief of...

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