People: People, Jul. 17, 1944

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Franklin Roosevelt and Winston Churchill were surprised beneficiaries of the estate of the late Albert H. Phillips of Eastbourne, England, but got no part of his estimated $76,000 cash bequests. Instead, "as a tribute of respect for their outstanding qualities of leadership," each was willed a watercolor painting by obscure 19th-Century Artist John Callow (for Roosevelt: New York Harbour; for Churchill: Fishing Boat).

Colonel Elliott Roosevelt, whose second ex-wife married his onetime personal pilot a fortnight ago (TIME, July 3), made marital news himself. The Tribune of Wisconsin Rapids. Wis., acting on a report from Newsweek that he was engaged to...

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