People: Apr. 7, 1967

On May 29, which would have been John Kennedy's 50th birthday, the Post Office Department will issue a 13¢ stamp bearing his likeness, a photograph taken during the 1960 campaign. A part of the department's "prominent-American series," the stamp carries a 13¢ value so that it may circulate widely abroad as the postage on one-half ounce of international surface mail.

Everyone knows that communications between Peking and Moscow are scrambled at best. Now Radio Peking has set a new record for incomprehensibility in the land of Mao. Its Russian-language service has taken to...

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