Business: New Victim?

Another surplus-property boss bit the dust last week. Down under the weight of the job, which no man has held more than ten months, went War Assets Administrator Edmund Bristol Gregory. Announced reason for his resignation: "ill health" (he was healthy enough when he took the job only five months ago).

Into the job went another Army man, Major General Robert McGowan Littlejohn, who had won a Distinguished Service Medal for "marked aggressiveness" in solving "seemingly insurmountable problems." He would need all his aggressiveness to keep his new job from becoming an insurmountable...

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