People, Nov. 28, 1955

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

Argentine marines swooped into the Buenos Aires headquarters of the diehard Peronista labor confederation, in a double-locked room discovered a white-shrouded body laid out on a long table flanked by evergreens. The corpse: none other than Eva Peron, perfectly preserved though three years dead of cancer, whose whereabouts was till now a mystery to Argentina's victorious revolutionaries. With ex-Dictator Juan Peron (the "immortal widower") now in exile, Eva's remains will probably be turned over to her mother for burial at last.

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