People: New Directions

In Paris, President Vincent Auriol prepared for his coming trip to the U.S. by making a third try at learning English. Mornings, he listens to British-made voice-training records; afternoons, he takes lessons from Radioman Paul Archinard, a graduate of Cleveland's East High School. Still unresolved: whether Auriol will say "here" or "heah."

Cinemactor Broderick (All the King's Men) Crawford got a double dose of publicity in the New York Herald Tribune. The news column reported that Crawford "would rather bruise 'em than love 'em on the screen . . . Most people seem to favor my rough treatment of heroines." On...

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