GWL Driscoll column 1939
paths offer the dark- . so in Our in how now My wife and I had grand American,food with General George Warburton Lewis imd his pretty Latin wife, Zoraida, last night. Chicken with rice, marvelpusly prepared prepared with sweet spices, was the chief dish. We were really ashamed because \\'e couldn't stop eating. The Lewises live in West 100th street, near West End avenue, a neighborhood which, they tell us, is absorbing crowds of incoming refugee families from Germany. In a year they have heard the language of their street change from a predominant Italian to an overwhelming overwhelming German, with a mixture of Yiddish. General Lewis, soldier of fortune, fighter in many wars of small nations, veteran of two American wars, was born in Kansas. He's feet three and a. half inches tall, slim, white-haired, and sufficiently active to stand on his head or setting-up exercises at the slightest suggestion. He's retired to a Manhattan Manhattan apartment now to finish life story. It ought to be a thriller.