People: People, Dec. 1, 1947

Robbed: ex-Showgirl Patrice Amati Runyon Coffin, ex-wife of the late Damon Runyon, and her husband Richard Coffin, New Bedford printer; of some $200,000 (her estimate) worth of jewels.

Disturbed: the Rt. Rev. Geoffrey C. L. Lunt, sixtyish Bishop of Salisbury, in the middle of the night. A maid heard prowlers in the Cathedral yard, woke the bishop. He dashed out in pajamas and dressing gown, chased the villains over a high wall, hurried shivering back to bed.

Robbed: the London home of Diana Bowes-Lyon, 23, cousin of Princess Elizabeth and one of her bridesmaids;...

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