Foreign News: There Might Be a Chance

For the first time since it was built four years ago, the costly three-room presidential suite at the Army's Walter Reed Hospital in Washington had an occupant. But the worried face that peeked from between the presidential sheets was not Harry Truman's, but Premier Mossadegh's. By Truman's special invitation, the Iranian Premier was resting up after his train ride from New York to Washington. He had got off the train slowly, hanging heavily on his ambassador's arm. But, spotting Dean Acheson waiting for him at the train gate, Mossadegh- disengaged his arm and ran the last 15 feet with the vigor...

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