People, Jul. 15, 1957

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

A quiet, businesslike politico who seldom invites comparison with his rambunctious predecessor James Michael Curley, Boston's Mayor John Hynes visited Italy last week on a good-will mission from his Italian-American constituents to the all-Italian citizens of Rome, and managed to kick up a fuss that out-curled Curley at his bushy-tailed best. Gallivanting about Rome with 60 other rubbernecking Bostonians, Democrat Hynes got himself photographed with a nestful of Neo-Fascists, was front-paged by happy Communists and indignant Conservative dailies alike. Some newspaper reports alleged...

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