People, Apr. 1, 1957

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

The American Guild of Variety Artists slapped the name of Saudi Arabia's non-union King Saud (TIME, Jan. 28) on its "unfair list."* Saud's misdeed consisted of his commanding an Egyptian acrobatic troupe, now playing in his desert kingdom, to stay for some more performances, thus preventing the alley-oop specialists from keeping an imminent engagement in the U.S.

Appearing on Gossipist Hy Gardner's TV interview show, Super-Gossipist Robert Harrison, muckraking publisher of Confidential, disclosed that the perils of his grubby profession are so great that...

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