People: Comings & Goings

Sunday-School Teacher Barbara Jo Walker, Miss America of 1947, left New York by plane for Johannesburg, where she will help pick a Miss South Africa.

Milton Reynolds, Chicago's high-flying penmaker, and globe-circling Bill Odom took off from Honolulu. The only purpose of their trip, they said, was to Look for a hitherto undiscovered world's tallest mountain, somewhere near the headwaters of the Yangtze. For the benefit of Chinese Communists, they added firmly that they were not looking for uranium.

Gregory Peck and Whodunit Writer Leslie (The Saint) Charteris, with their wives, were safe & sound in Miami after weathering a mild (46 m.p.h.)...

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