Milestones, Oct. 6, 1958

Died. Carl Brisson, 64, bouncy, curly-locked actor-singer, who artfully used his high-styled cocktail-party personality in a profitable four-decade career as a Scandinavian Maurice Chevalier; father-in-law of Actress Rosalind Russell; of cancer of the liver; in Copenhagen.

Died. Henry ("The Dutchman") Grunewald, 66, stocky, devious, high-priced influence peddler during the Truman Administration; of a heart ailment; in Washington. Wire Puller Grunewald built up a well-placed circle of Washington friends in both parties, came to grief when House investigators first learned, in 1951, that he had bartered his influence to help settle income tax cases (TIME, Dec. 17, 1951 et seq.). The ailing (a...

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