People, Dec. 17, 1956

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

Chicago Lawyer Adlai E. Stevenson, twice-landslided Democratic candidate for the White House, now serving on his party's national advisory committee, announced: "I will not run again for the presidency . . . But my interest in the Democratic Party . . . will continue un-diminished."


A zany who enjoys pricking the conscience of all associated with TV or radio, Comic Henry Morgan began stabbing (on NBC's Monitor) at those innocent bystanders known as critics. Said Morgan: "A Broadway critic who reviews a TV play...

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