People, Apr. 30, 1956

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

Speaking to a rapt covey of newshens, Pollster George Gallup, mindful of the time when his prophecies all but installed Thomas E. Dewey in the White House, made it clear that he will crawl out on no limb this election year. Announced hypercautious Dr. Gallup: "As I look into this crystal ball, I see a light flashing and hear a small voice saying, 'Remember 1948.' It will be my intention in this campaign simply to use the magic words, 'Let others make the predictions.' "...

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