CHILE: Going, Going . . .

Santiago's modern Hotel Carrera has 18 unwilling guests. For Dimitri Alexandrovitch Zhukov, first & only Soviet Ambassador to Chile, the Carrera is where he came in; he stayed there when he arrived in April 1946. Now that Chile has broken with the U.S.S.R., Zhukov and his staff are ready to go home (TIME, Nov. 3). Every day Embassy First Secretary Nicolai Voronin trots a block to the Foreign Office to get permission to leave. Chile's answer: "All arrangements for leaving Moscow by the entire Chilean group must first be completed."

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