People, Apr. 13, 1953

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

In one Manhattan family, it was mother who made the glamour columns: Jolie Gabor announced that she planned to marry a fellow Hungarian who "looks like a diplomat, has the soul of a poet and the mind of an American businessman." Any chance of daughters Eva and Magda finding new husbands? Said Jolie sadly: "It is difficult to find husbands for them. They are not little Cinderellas. Always they have had the best minks and the best diamonds."

In Baltimore, Rhymester Ogden Nash, 50, interrupted...

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