GREAT BRITAIN: Sally v. Uncle Andrei

Six-year-old Sally Davies, daughter of Ernest Davies, Britain's delegate to the four-power conference that ended in Paris last week (see above), had written her father asking him if he could bring Andrei Gromyko back to her as a present. Delegate Davies couldn't, but Britain's irrepressible Columnist Nat Gubbins promptly seized on the idea as perfect punishment for the man whose evasive doubletalk had left the West's representatives limp with frustration. Last week in his Sunday Express column, Gubbins gave a terrifying picture of what Sally might do to Gromyko in a few minutes' chat.

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