People, Nov. 19, 1956

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

Well away from his war-torn homeland, Egypt's fat, foolish ex-King Farouk waddled past a candy store in Rome, paused to inspect the goodies, then rippled with anger. Last week Farouk's lawyer filed a suit against a north Italian candymaker to prevent the confectioner from marketing any more fat, foolish chocolate bars under the brand name "Farouk."

Dashing off a guest column in the New York Herald Tribune, Manhattan's bustling Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, himself a television star, took a slant on the institutions of...

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