Foreign News: Dewdrop In

The Big Four, meeting at Geneva, agreed to take two holidays—one (on behalf of the French) on All Saints Day at week's beginning; the other (on behalf of the Russians), six days later, on the anniversary of the October revolution. U.S. Secretary of State John Foster Dulles decided to celebrate the religious holiday by calling on Spain's Catholic Francisco Franco, and to celebrate the Communist holiday by calling on Yugoslav's Communist Tito. Neither dictator had ever been so honored before.

Traveling on his special Air Force Super Constellation, the Dewdrop, Dulles first dropped in to pay a five-hour call on Spain and...

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