People, Nov. 18, 1957

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

After producing three children and five bad movies, Actress Ingrid Bergman, 40, and Italian Director Roberto Rossellini, 51, signed a legal separation agreement in Rome. Winding up seven years of a waning marriage, Ingrid prepared with visible relief to resume her film career in England. At week's end Romeo Rossellini had vanished toward the north of Italy.

At a reunion with veterans of Britain's disastrous World War 1 Gallipoli invasion, Earl Attlee, 74, onetime Laborite Prime Minister and himself a British army survivor of...

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