People, Apr. 21, 1958

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

In Oak Ridge, Tenn., to research a new yarn with an atomic science background, prolific Novelist Pearl (The Good Earth) Buck, 65, passed on a bit of literary advice to a young reporter: "Don't worry about spelling, punctuation, paragraphs. Get your story on paper. You can always find someone to correct your grammar."

In Los Angeles, white-thatched Gossipeer Walter Winchell, onetime song-and-dancer in burlesque, grandly confided his ideas for a proposed girlie show (starring W.W.) at a Las Vegas saloon next month. "They'll have...

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