Milestones, Mar. 28, 1960

Died. Reuben Buck Robertson Jr., 51, husky, shirtsleeved president (since 1950) of the Champion Paper & Fibre Co. of Hamilton, Ohio (1959 sales: $169 million), director of B. F. Goodrich Co. and Procter & Gamble Co., onetime (during the Korean war) member of the Wage Stabilization Board and former (1955-57) first assistant to Defense Secretary Charles Wilson; in a traffic accident; in Cincinnati.

Died. Bretaigne Windust, 54, Paris-born U.S. theater director who, with such other unknowns as Henry Fonda, James Stewart and Joshua Logan, helped start the University Players and hit the big time after he directed Lynn Fontanne and Alfred Lunt...

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