People: People, Jun. 1, 1942


For referring to him as a sponsor of the pinko American League for Peace & Democracy, David B. Vaughan, a divisional chief of the BEW, sued Congressman Martin Dies for $75,000 libel damages. The only organizations he belongs to, protested Vaughan, are the Society for Advancement of Management, the Society for Personnel Administration and the Methodist Church.

The will of the late Hugh Johnson disclosed that his longtime right-hand woman, Frances ("Robbie") Robinson, forfeited $40,000 when she married Colonel James B. Newman Jr. last December. The will left her mining stock worth...

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