People: Kith & Kin

In Washington, Chief Justice Fred M. Vinson had a hearty greeting for a new lawyer: his son, Fred Jr. A graduate of Washington and Lee University, he had just passed the District of Columbia bar exams and was ready to hang out his shingle. His mother hoped that he would stick to private practice. Said Mrs. Vinson: "He was considering going into Government for experience, but I hope he won't. I've had enough of Government service in our family."

Near Freehold, N.J., police stopped a hitchhiker carrying a bundle of leaves that looked suspiciously like marijuana, and discovered the hiker was Playwright...

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