People: Nov. 25, 1966

The way his one-week Austrian state visit was going, Soviet President Nikolai Podgorny ought to paraphrase a classic Kennedy remark by saying: "I am the man who accompanied Natalya Nikolaevna Podgornaya to Vienna." His daughter Natasha, 21, a shy Moscow medical student, was winning the Viennese in a way that crusty Podgorny never could, constantly outspacing her father in the daily papers, which delighted in chronicling all her visits to shops and operas. Papa Podgorny looks disconcertingly like Nikita Khrushchev, but Natasha, wearing sometimes dowdy Russian fashions and no makeup, had such a fresh nonpolitical charm for the Austrians that one...

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