Business: Tycoon Brown

Last week a U. S. attorney gave an account of a business call he and a representative of the Post Office made in April:

They went to the offices of Mills Research Corp., No. 276 Fifth Ave., and asked to see its president, Maxwell H. Brown. Told that Mr. Brown was out they made an appointment to see him. Returning later, they were ushered into the office of a dignified, white-haired executive. Straightway they fell to questioning him, accused him of operating a chain-selling racket, collecting $2,000 a day from deluded women who sent...

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