Business & Finance: Wedding Rings

Hard to resist, for Fascists, Monarchists and Bolshevists alike, is the lure of the U. S. tourist business. For many a year, Soviet Russia has looked enviously at U. S. millionaires squandering marks in Berlin, francs in Paris, lire in Rome. This year, through the tourist bureau Sovtorg-flot, the United Soviet Socialist Republics held out greedy Bolshevist hands. Concessions to arrange Russian tours went to three trans-Atlantic steamship lines (Cunard, French, Holland-American). About 700 tourists have proceeded, or are proceeding, Moscow-ward.

Arrived at one of the three points of entry (Leningrad, Odessa, Soviet-Finnish...

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