People, Mar. 29, 1954

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

On Sunset Island No. I in Miami's yacht-clogged Biscayne Bay, Marianne Reynolds, who got $2,000,000 and a divorce in 1952 from Tobacco Heir Richard J. Reynolds Jr., sang a $35,000 swan song. Soon off to luxuriate in California, Marianne said farewell to Florida in the style to which Reynolds had accustomed her. Under the bleak gaze of ten gate-guarding cops, 160 servants, two firemen and some 15 dinner-jacketed plainclothesmen who mingled but did not fraternize, about 300 guests jammed for warmth (evening temperature: 48°)...

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