People, Feb. 22, 1954

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

Adlai Stevenson sat restlessly through a long-winded introduction of himself at an independent voters' dinner in Chicago. When the glowing rhetoric finally ended, Stevenson rose and thanked his introducer: "I am not a candidate for anything at the moment, but all the same, I hope you don't lose that manuscript."

Oona O'Neill Chaplin, 28, daughter of the late Playwright Eugene O'Neill, fourth wife of Comedian Charlie Chaplin, 65, and mother of five of his nine children, dropped in at the U.S. embassy in London and...

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