People, Oct. 28, 1957

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

The rising tide of inflation is lapping at movieland's loftiest crags, according to Gossipist Sheilah Graham, who cheerfully prattled: "Mickey Rooney will try marriage again with [fourth] wife Elaine. With the high cost of alimony, Hollywood males are finding it cheaper to reconcile."

In Colombo, Soviet Ambassador to Ceylon Vladimir Yakovlev, possibly noting how fashionably his U.S. opposite number, Ambassador Maxwell Gluck, is getting about town, ordered the same brand of jalopy−an air-conditioned Buick.

Applicants for a marriage license in Manhattan: Hotel Scion G. David Schine, 30, the most public private in the U.S....

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