People, Mar. 25, 1957

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

Multimillionaire (TransWorld Airlines, Hughes Aircraft Co., etc.) Howard Hughes, 51, for more than a quarter-century Hollywood's most eligible (estimate: $200 million) catch, was snared at last. The winner: sometime Cinemactress Jean (It Happens Every Spring) Peters, 30, for ten years a close friend of Hughes's, not counting a year's marital fling in the interim with a Texas oilman.

Opera's cheeriest cherub, Baritone Robert Weede, 53, euphoric title roler of the Broadway hit musical The Most Happy Fella, recalled his own slow rise in music....

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