People: People, Sep. 20, 1943

PEOPLE Politicos

Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia of New York, who eats assistants alive, was still looking for an executive secretary nearly three weeks after his last resigned. Though the job pays $10,000 a year, nobody had applied.

William Christian Bullitt, elegant ex-Ambassador to France, now candidate for mayor of Philadelphia, got into trouble with the city's tax receiver about the city's tax on wages. The dapper diplomat was charged with not filing his returns for 1940, '41 and '42 until last mont, when he reported his three years' wages as 33,535.14 and paid a...

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