Education: Report Card

¶Having once turned down the request of eleven Soviet editors of student newspapers and magazines to visit the U.S., Attorney General Herbert Brownell announced a change of heart. On the recommendation of Secretary Dulles, said he, the U.S. will waive the McCarran-Walter immigration act, allow the editors to come avisiting for one month.

¶President Gwilym A. Price of the Westinghouse Electric Corp. revealed his company's new bonanza for the nation's private colleges and universities. In addition to the hundreds of thousands it already gives to education, Westinghouse will provide over the next five years...

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