SOCIAL NOTES: Somebody to Come Home To

The cowboy on the lonely diplomatic trail, the foreign affairs adviser to Hollywood starlets, the dashing bachelor of Foggy Bottom—he is no more. Only recently revealed as the most-admired man in America, U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, 50, last week abandoned his exaggerated image as a swinger. He got married. Not, as he quipped a couple of months ago, to his most frequent dinner date in that hectic period, Joseph Sisco, his chief adviser on Middle East affairs, but to his longtime close friend, Nancy Maginnes, 39.

It was 4 p.m....

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