People, Jan. 13, 1958

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

Day after the U.S.S.R. hiked the state-pegged price of vodka, paunchy Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin hoisted a glass at a Moscow embassy reception, quipped to reporters: "We raised the price so you could reduce! People should drink wine more. It's much better for you."

Since she first launched When the Moon Comes Over the Mountain as her beam song in 1931, TV-Radioriole Kate Smith has turned the lunar trick some 10,000 times. This week Kate will at last put her Moon in limbo. On her...

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