People: Feb. 24, 1961

When Philadelphia Attorney Harold Stassen, 53, one of the most former of U.S. political bigwigs, wrote the Kennedy Administration last week urging U.N. membership for two Germanys and two Chinas, the United Press International dutifully dispatched the news to subscribing papers. In New York, the exhaustive ("All the News That's Fit to Print") Times ignored the item, and the tabloid Daily News put it on the obituary page.

Meeting in Beverly Hills, the American Guild of Creative Fashion Designers singled out the "Ten Worst-Dressed Actresses in Films." Among the victims of the group's...

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