People, Jun. 18, 1956

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

Addressing a pack of peace-loving fellow travelers, Britain's white-maned Dr. Hewlett Johnson, 82, the Red Dean of Canterbury, tartly reported that he was "shocked" recently to be accosted in London by a prostitute. Said he, in view of his age and clerical garb: "I didn't approve of the girl's taste." Moral of his story: "Such a thing would never happen in the Soviet Union!"

In Brussels, where he is attached to the British embassy, Group Captain Peter Townsend, 41, ex-suitor of Princess Margaret, announced that...

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