People: People, Apr. 14, 1941

In her Riviera castle near Cannes, sultry, Cinevamp Pola Negri, 41, who quit German films in 1938 and denied that Adolf Hitler was her friend, complained that the straitened fare of Vichy's France had cost her 18 lb. Tenor Enrico Caruso's American-born widow, Mrs. Dorothy Benjamin Caruso Ingram Holder, who lives near by, reported that since the armistice she had lost 22 lb. — Ordered to report April 16 (a month earlier than expected) for his year's military service was bespectacled, Sabbath-observing, unmarried William McChesney Martin Jr., 34, $48,000-a-year president of the New...

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