For many .weeks a question has fascinated capital gossips and bothered Administration officials: What will happen to Harold Stassen when his Foreign Operations Administration expires June 30?

Besides its interest to Harold Stassen, the question was important because, pending its solution, no decision could be made on how to reorganize foreign-aid programs. Last week FOAdministrator Stassen returned from a 30,000-mile seven-country tour of Asia, to report on U.S. aid needs there, and the world learned about his next assignment: the President has appointed him a special White House Assistant for Disarmament.

Said President Eisenhower: "The recent session of the disarmament commission...

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