People, Aug. 1, 1955

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

Winging into Rome from Tel Aviv, New York's junketing Democratic Governor W. Averell Harriman was greeted at the airport by U.S. Ambassador to Italy Clare Boothe Luce. Asked later by newsmen to comment on the Geneva Conference, onetime Ambassador to Russia Harriman gave an old hand's appraisal: "The same old patter comes out of the Victrola ... a certain familiar ring . . . Bulganin's reply [to President Eisenhower's inquiry about international Communism] was exactly the same as the reply I got in Russia...

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