People, May 27, 1940

Back to his old job as flagman on the Dallas-Tulsa freight run of the St. Louis-San Francisco Railroad, after being laid off month ago for a minor infringement of rules, went Ora Thomas Hutt of Sapulpa, Okla., father-in-law of Thomas E. Dewey.

In Paris, a court seized 100 shares of Suez Canal Company stock owned by crafty Nazi Propaganda Minister Paul Joseph Goebbels-who had been regularly receiving interest through the Banque Generate du Luxembourg.

Comely Evelyn ("Evie") Robert, wife of Lawrence Wood ("Chip") Robert Jr., secretary of the Democratic National Committee, once kicked a portrait of herself full in the face, once threw...

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