People: People, Mar. 13, 1944


Herbert Clark Hoover, fishing tripper, and the Duke of Windsor, his luncheon host in the Duke's Bahaman bailiwick, forthrightly, erectly double-breasted the news camera (see cut).

Noel Coward, on a morale-building tour of South Africa, nettled Afrikaner Nationalist Politico Paul Sauer by his imperial arrival in Cape Town. Egg-bald Sauer took the teakwood floor of the House of Assembly to fume: "The Governor of our sister state [Southern Rhodesia's Sir Evelyn Baring] traveled in a small coupe compartment but the crooner (a crooner is someone who sings as if something were wrong with his throat) came in a special coach. Have we...

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