People: People, May 6, 1946


Pedro Leão Velloso, bald Brazilian delegate to the U.N. Security Council, was taken to Manhattan's bosom with a vengeance: a taxi bearing him down Park Avenue slambanged into another, knocked him off his seat. Next day at the council meeting, Delegate Velloso sported court plasters on brow and beak.

Archbishop Urban John Vehr of Denver, ceremonially draped with a pallium* brought from Rome by Samuel Alphonsus Cardinal Stritch, managed to get through the ceremony with a nose that had been through a chilling experience. Playing host to visiting bishops the night before, the...

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