People, Aug. 25, 1958

On hand for the Soviet Union's three "National Days" at the Brussels World's Fair, small, smooth President Kliment E. Voroshilov reeled out a party line of chatter while moving in and out of pavilions. Coming model-boyishly away from a U.S.-style voting machine, he said, "I voted for peace." Remotely controlled mechanical hands that struck a match were "symbolic," for "one day an inventor might put together a machine aimed at destruction, and might be tempted to try it. This we should stop in time." In the Hungarian pavilion, a panorama of Budapest called...

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