People, Jul. 16, 1956

Names make news. Last week these names made this news:

At a Fourth of July garden party in the U.S. embassy in Moscow, U.S. Ambassador Charles E. ("Chip") Bohlen led the Soviet Union's top topers, Nikita Khrushchev and Nikolai Bulganin, to a table laden with Scotch and bourbon. TV crewmen popped a microphone under the nose of Bulganin, who genially obliged with a toast to the American people and the health of Dwight Eisenhower. As some 600 diplomats and tourists milled about the lawn, Khrushchev chortled to a startled U.S. sightseer: "We have a...

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