People, Jan. 28, 1957

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

In some of the tersest repartee since Calvin Coolidge's grunts were supposed to speak volumes, Earl Attlee, 73, Britain's former Laborite Prime Minister, met and bested circling Chicago newshawks. What are the touring earl's impressions of the U.S.? "Very large." Could Attlee expand on that comment a bit? "Very large and very wealthy." Attlee's views on the revolt-torn island of Cyprus: "Difficult problem." Will the U.S.'s new Middle East policy help to warm Anglo-American relations? "Can't tell yet."

At a Manhattan meeting of liquor...

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