People, Jan. 12, 1953

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

The Gallup poll reported that for the fourth consecutive time, Eleanor Roosevelt was "the most admired woman" in the world. Next in order: Queen Elizabeth II, Mamie Eisenhower, Clare Boothe Luce, Helen Keller.

In Manhattan, the National Arts Foundation announced its selection of the top artists of 1952: Swedish Sculptor Carl Milles, whose 38-figure Fountain of Faith was unveiled in National Memorial Park, Falls Church, Va. last fall; Wagnerian Soprano Kirsten Flagstad, who made her farewell appearance at the Metropolitan Opera last spring; Dramatist Sean (Cock-adoodle Dandy) O'Casey, "the most magnificent prose...

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