People: People, May 1, 1950

The Fuller Explanation

Delivering himself of a few observations on the state of the world, globetrotting Publisher Robert R. ("Bertie") McCormick told the Overseas Press Club in Manhattan that 1) Egypt's favorite drink is called a Suffering Bastard; 2) the only press censorship is in Egypt, and Egypt's high-living King Farouk "needs it"; 3) the family affairs of Rita Hayworth and Ingrid Bergman have caused very little comment, "but as far as I went I couldn't get away from [Tennis Player] Gussie Moron's panties."

Appearing on a radio program in Madrid with a British chemistry...

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