People, Jan. 7, 1957

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

In sunny Italy, where the pastime of cheating revenooers is a national sport, three hot-eyed cinemactresses with bulging purses—Gina Lollobrigida, Sophia Loren and Oscar-winning Anna Magnani—disrespectfully submitted their yearly earnings reports. Poor Gina claimed to have taken in $48,000, hard-pressed Sophia a mere $25,600, impoverished Anna a pathetic $5,600. After gallantly taking the ladies' gaunt figures as gospel, the revenooers, just for fun, totted up their own estimates: Gina, $130,000; Sophia, $97,000; Anna, $48,000.

The former NATO commander in Europe, brainy General Alfred M....

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