People, Mar. 19, 1951

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Asbestos Heir Tommy Manville, separated from wife No. 8, vowed his next would be "a wise, mature woman, someone like Ava Gardner, or Paulette Goddard." Meanwhile, Manville said he was using his spare time planning a new question & answer television show on the problems of modern living.

Britain's Lord Craigavon, who recently led more than 1,500 people to Canterbury Cathedral on a pilgrimage of prayer against Communism, signed one of the stiffest protest petitions yet leveled against Dr. Hewlett ("The Red Dean") Johnson. Said the letter: "As loyal Christians, we do believe that it is impossible to serve...

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