People: People, Dec. 2, 1946

The Younger Set

Alvin C. York Jr., mountaineer son of the No. 1 U.S. hero of World War I, got indicted in Tennessee for running contraband liquor.

Randolph Churchill, Winston's bumptious lecturer-son, got in more trouble with his new Lincoln. Last fortnight a wheel had come off while he was doing 50 in Indiana. This time the trouble was in Connecticut. He got a parking ticket; but that was fixed when it was discovered who he was—a guest of the city of Derby. Then he shot off toward Manhattan. A state trooper, who said it...

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