(AL JOHNSON, The Daily American, Rome, 22 March, 1948, p. 5.)
— by AL JOHNSON
Amerigo Impre-Tot, Hungarian who has lived in Italy since 1933, looks at his humorous works at Rome studio. He has been employed by the Shah of Persia to carve a monument in Teheran to Iranian soldiers who in combat with Russians stuck to their guns after their officers fled. Impre-Tot was a parachute trooper with the Allies in Italy.