Milestones, Jun. 18, 1951

Died. Philip Furneaux Jordan, 48, press adviser to Britain's Prime Minister Attlee, longtime journalist who built a solid reputation as a correspondent during the Spanish Civil War, on which he based his bestselling novel, There Is No Return; of a heart attack; in London.

Died. Tomás Confesor, 60, Filipino statesman and anti-Japanese guerrilla leader; of a heart attack; in Manila. After working his way through the University of California and the University of Chicago, he returned to the Philippines, gave up a brief teaching career to enter politics, in 1937 was elected governor of...

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