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Foreign News: The Foreign Scalpel

For months the Shahinshah, Mohamed Reza Pahlevi, has been suffering from severe pains in his royal stomach. The symptoms seemed to point to appendicitis. The...

PERIPATETICS: Hangman's Holiday

Swinging through Europe, on a hangman's holiday, which will take him to Vienna, Graz, northern Italy and (reportedly) to Nürnberg in time to officiate...

IRAN: The Rhythm Recurs

(See Cover) Whenever the Lion is in trouble the Bear takes a poke at Iran. Thirty-five years ago, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Sazonov made a formula of...

Milestones, Feb. 19, 1951

Born. To Leopold III, 49, dethroned King of the Belgians, and his second wife, Mary Liliane Baels, Princess de Rethy, 34: their second child (his fifth), a...

People: The Specialist's Eye

In Chicago, Atomic Scientist Dr. Harold Urey was miffed because a reporter had quoted him as remarking of Einstein's new Generalized Theory of Gravitation: "If...

People: People, Nov. 7, 1949

Yugoslavia's Marshal Tito, accustomed over recent months to editorial broadsides in the Soviet press, became the target of a gossip item in Moscow's Literary...

Milestones, Nov. 29, 1948

Born. To Gene Tierney Cassini, 28, cinemactress (The Razor's Edge) and Oleg Loiewski-Cassini, 35, Manhattan dress designer: their second child, second...

PERSIA: Early Fall

Last week the strategic, oil-rich realm of the Shah of Shahs, 29-year-old Mohamed Reza Pahlevi, had no government. The cabinet of deaf* old Ibrahim Hakimi had...

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