ALIEN PROPERTY: Clean Slate at Aniline

With a new crowd in full control, the bitter purge of General Aniline & Film Corp. (TIME, Jan. 26, March 2) appears to be almost complete. Month ago, just before Leo Crowley became Alien Property Custodian, Aniline lost what was left of its old directorate, got a new, Treasury-picked, four-man board. Last week the new board had a new law firm to help it complete the reorganization job. Thus ended the last important link between Leo Crowley's No. 1 alien property and its old board of directors, led by Breed, Abbott & Morgan's William C. Breed.

Aniline has been a...

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