People: People, Jan. 13, 1941

Though granting that sin still lurked in such "adjuncts of the devil's back yard" and "citadels of hell" as Michigan's drink spots, godly, 81-year-old retiring Governor Luren Dudley Dickinson, addressing an exaugural message to the State Legislature, drew the Legislature's attention (and Governor Murray D. Van Wagoner's) to the fact that "God Almighty has a place and power in Michigan's State administration as never before."

The Justice Department denied the request of tall, sporty, 25-year-old Claudius Dornier Jr., son and namesake of the famed German plane designer, for a further extension of the visitor's permit on which he came to the U....

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