People, Apr. 25, 1955

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

Egypt's ex-King Farouk, interviewed by Milan's weekly Tempo, was still looking like the fat of the land, but disclosed that he no longer lives off it. Moaned he: "I lived in wonderful palaces with a thousand-and-one-night atmosphere. But I was never personally rich . . . The revolutionists have seized my private property ... I left Alexandria with the change I had in my pocket." How much change? "A faithful secretary at the last moment slipped £600 sterling into my pocket." On such...

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