People, Aug. 6, 1956

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

After the Soviet ship Pobeda sailed from Italy with some 400 homeward-bound U.S.S.R. tourists aboard, the Soviet embassy in Rome sprang a surprise: two of the sightseers, bustling incognita about the city's antiquities, had been a daughter of Nildta Khrushchev, Rada, and a daughter-in-law of Soviet Premier Nikolai Bulganin, Ina—a kind of junior ladies' division of the famous B. & K. traveling troupe. Neither lady's husband made the trip; Rada had prosaically explained: "My husband is just another Russian who works in Moscow. He...

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