People, Feb. 13, 1956

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

In Panama, Juan Perón applied for a permanent-residence permit, anted up a $225 deposit (from the mountain of loot he light-fingered from Argentina's coffers before fleeing) to stand as security against his becoming a public charge.


In Hollywood, Hungarian Charmer Zsa Zsa Gabor, thrice-wed (to Turkish Senator Burhan Belge, Hotelman Conrad Hilton, Cinemactor George Sanders), proudly confided: "I have never married a man I didn't like." Then she told how chummy she still is with her three ex-mates. She is working on a movie...

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