National Affairs: The Visiting List

The Visiting List Already growling bearishly at President Eisenhower's declaration of U.S. Middle East policy, the Soviet Union doubtless would grunt a little more this week at the social season linked delicately to an extension of U.S. diplomatic activity on many fronts. Heading the calendar: a three day state visit, beginning Jan. 30, by one of the world's last absolute monarchs, Saudi Arabia's bespectacled ghutra-draped King Saud Ibn Abdul Aziz al Faisal al Saud. Scheduled before Suez to visit Washington for discussions on the U.S. air base at Dhahran, influential King Saud comes after Suez for conferences...

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