People: People, Jul. 3, 1944

The Younger Generation 2nd Lieut. John Eisenhower, just out of West Point and expecting a 30-day furlough before reporting to Fort Benning's Infantry School, instead realized the dream of every shavetail: by direct orders of General George C. Marshall, he was given a 30-day assignment on the personal staff of the Supreme Commander of Allied Expeditionary Forces. The Lieutenant got to England in time to visit the beachhead with his father.

Walda Winchell, 17-year-old blond daughter of Columnist Walter Winchell, signed a renewal contract with 20th Century-Fox, assumed the cinemalias. Toni Eden,...

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