People: Fresh Start

Alfred Mossman London, 1936 GOPresidential nominee, finally got around to the practice of law—37 years after being admitted to the bar (he never hung out a shingle, made his fortune as an independent oil operator). Combining long business experience with his oldtime lawbook learning, he appeared before Kansas' Corporation Commission, examined a witness in an oil case.

Barbara Mutton, who has been playing on-again-off-again-Finnegan with her husband, Cinemactor Gary Grant, delivered a weighty new decision: "After much thought . . . we can be happier living apart."

General Dwight D. Eisenhower met up...

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