People: People, Feb. 14, 1949

A. & P. Heir Huntington Hartford, 38, heretofore known chiefly as yachtsman, playboy and young man about models (in 1947 he started his own agency), went in seriously for the arts. He filed formal application with the Los Angeles City Zoning Commission to build and endow a 20-building, $150,000-a-year "School for Genius" on 41 acres in the nearby Santa Monica mountains. The prospective student body: recent university graduates in the fields of writing, painting, sculpture and music.

Old Soldier George Marshall came back to Washington after three weeks of convalescence from a kidney operation,...

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