People, Dec. 9, 1957

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

The whereabouts of the Soviet Union's denounced ex-Defense Minister, Marshal Georgy Zhukov, was imprecisely disclosed by his successor, Marshal Rodion Malinovsky. As a reward for cultivating his personality and for exalting army above party, Zhukov has won a three-month vacation. Zhukov will get a new job (probably a long steppe away from Moscow) after his happy holiday.

Back from an overseas vacation, Washington's gregarious Democratic Senator Warren G. Magnuson brought tidings to a private Seattle luncheon of a droll exchange between himself and Pope Pius XII. At the end of an audience with...

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