People: Tributes

Winston Churchill, vacationing at Lake Como, surprised the Milanese by visiting the grave of Mussolini, whom he had often delighted to abuse.*

Pancho Villa, famed Mexican revolutionary of a generation ago, would have been proud to know that Gimbel's Manhattan department store put his pearl-handled six-shooter on sale for $450.

Henri Philippe Pétain, under sentence of life imprisonment (commuted from death), was voted by the French Academy to be no longer one of their immortals.

Hot Water

Cab Calloway, Negro jumpleader, landed in court after a tussle with Claude Hopkins, whose band plays at Broadway's...

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