People: Hearts on the Sleeve

June Havoc, blonde, scene-stealing Broadway musicomedienne, invited to a destroyer launching by Navy Lieut. George Gay Jr.—only survivor of Midway-famed Torpedo Squadron 8—gaily stole the Navy's show. The ship had hardly been christened H. J. Ellison (in honor of the Squadron 8 hero) when June turned to her host and cried: "George, I love you so much!" George blushingly admitted to reporters that June was his "girl."

Count Alfred Marie de Fouguereaux de Marigny, acquitted of the 1943 Bahamas murder of his millionaire father-in-law, Sir Harry Oakes, turned up in Halifax as a...

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