FRANCE: Waiting for Khrushchev

During the week's delay while Nikita Khrushchev got over his grippy aches, both Russians and French hammered out a new schedule for his trip to France this week. The visit was cut from 15 days to twelve, and in response to Khrushchev's familiar complaint that his hosts would not let him meet the people, the French added a few factories and housing projects to his touring program, and cut down on a few Cháteaux and cathedrals.

But still bent on curtailing his propaganda opportunities, his hosts successfully resisted Nikita's demand for equal time on Paris' city hall steps, where President Eisenhower...

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