Fairs: Into Stride

Each day last week produced new surprises for the folks at New York City's big new fair. King Hussein dropped by to dedicate Jordan's pavilion; Princess Christina came down from Radcliffe to open Sweden's. Jacqueline Kennedy and Daughter Caroline, with the late President's sister, Mrs. Stephen Smith and her two young sons, made a tour of eleven fun spots, lunched at the members-only Terrace Club, where the children begged in vain for hot dogs or hamburgers, settled for roast beef.

The Spanish Pavilion, after an early attack of manana, finally got itself dedicated and hung its old masters—notably Goya's two...

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