World: I DREAMED I WENT TO MOSCOW IN .

Trying to consolidate its power both as the center of the Communist world and as "coexistence" partner of the West, Moscow these days draws to itself an evergrowing number of commuters from all fields. Apart from the recent Chinese delegation and the Western test ban negotiators, arrivals and departures were proceeding around the clock. A partial timetable:

July 22

0815—U.S. track team leaves for Warsaw after being defeated by a squad of Russian stars.

0840—Actress Susan Strasberg and the USIA's George Stevens Jr. depart after representing the U.S. at the Moscow Film Festival.

1600—Political...

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