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Mrs. John W. McCormack, wife of the new
Speaker of the House, receives an almost
wistful greeting from departing Philippine Am
bassador Romulo at a farewell party for the
latter last Tuesday.
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Special Assistant to the President Lawrence
P. O'Brien also attended the party for Ambas
sador and Mrs. Romulo (center). It was
given by Representative and Mrs. Clark
Thompson of Texas.—Star Staff Photos.
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Mrs. Arleigh Burke accepts congratulations for
her husband from Gen. Arno Luehman, di
rector of the Air Force Information Service.
Admiral Burke, former Chief of Naval Opera
tions, received the Forrestal Award before
1,500 Government and industrial leaders at a
recent dinner in the Sheraton-Park Hotel.
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Miss Irene Sutcliff from the Old Vic Company
gets whet appears to be a trade secret from
Miss Joan Darling of "The Premise" at the
Shoreham Hotel during a fashion luncheon
in the Shoreham's Blue Room. Miss Sutcliff
performed last week before an audience that
• included Mrs. Kennedy.—City News Bureau
Photos.
EXCLUSIVELY YOURS
Overheard on Party Scene;
King Saud Chooses Photo
By BETTY BEALE
Stir Stiff Writer
Overheard on the party cir
cuit of late:
VICE PRESIDENT Lyndon
Johnson pausing on the steps
of an embassy to tell some
women reporters: “You girls
do a good job. I have been
misquoted on the front pages
but never on the womens
pages.”
SPEAKER JOHN McCOR
MACK telling Mrs. John F.
Kennedy that “The President
has guts and that’s what we
need.”
ALEXEI ADZHUBEI tell
ing an American that his
father-in-law Nikita Khrush
chev is a very disciplined
man who arises at 7 every
morning and is so strict
“He doesn’t even like women
to wear gold watches.”
He also said that Khrush
chev, whom Americans re
member as expressing every
thing from joviality to anger
while in this country, is a
very unemotional person who
in the 15 years Adzhubei has
known him only once has
registered personal concern
for his son-in-law. It was
after the two had been hunt
ing in the Crimea and Adz
hubei got a severe pain in
his side and had to be flown
out. Later his father-in-law
came to see him at the hos
pital and asked, “Is every
thing in order?” That was
the only time, he said, he
had ever expressed any per
sonal concern for him.
Whereas dedication to a
cause rather than to per
sons may be considered an
admirable trait in the Soviet
Union, Mr. Adzhubei seemed
a bit disgruntled as he told
this story.
ONE OF KHRUSHCHEV’S
more emotional moments re
minding Presidential Assist
ant Brooks Hays of a story.
After the head of the Soviet
state had made a spectacle
of himself beating on a desk
with his shoe at the United
Nations, Ambassador Adlai
Stevenson telephoned Mr.
Hays who was then Assistant
Secretary of State. "What did
you think of Khrushchev’s
appearance?” he asked him.
The colorful Arkansan said
he replied, “He’s over-egged
his pudding” ... As Adlai
chuckled, he explained,
“That’s an old Tennessee ex
pression.”
“The very next day,” said
Mr. Hays, “Harold Macmillan
said in a radio talk in Lon
don, 'Mr. Khrushchev has
over-egged his pudding—to
quote an old English expres-
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sion.’ It only shows,” con
tinued the former legislator,
“how deep are the roots of
Appalachian life in Eliza
bethan culture.”
SENATOR DICK RUSSELL
of Georgia being asked what
he thought of the controver
sial Maj. Gen. Edwin Walker
who resigned from the Army
to fight Communism his own
way. He thought he was a
very fine soldier, replied the
Senator who said that if he
had “a forlorn hope to storm
hell” to use a famous ex
pression, he would send Gen.
Walker because he wouldn’t
hesitate no matter what the
odds were against him . . .
But he added he didn’t think
he should have told the men
under him how to vote.
POSTMASTER GENERAL
EDWARD DAY debunking
the idea that you can get
revenge on the senders of
third class “junk mail” by
returning it without postage
thus making them pay. Un
less the return postage had
been prepaid and was so indi
cated, it would simply end
in the Post Office junk heap,
he said.
ADMIRAL LEWIS
STRAUSS waiting for his
book, “Men and Decisions”
to hit the bookstands this
Spring. It covers from the
• Wilson administration to Mr.
Kennedy’s first year.
DR. JANET TRAVELL, ap
pearing at the delightful sup
per party that launched the
National Observer, the new
Sunday paper out today, in a
glamorous, full-length ranch
mink coat ... I tell you
that ole rockin’ chair sure
moved from the back porch
to the throne room!
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ONE OF THE FIRST
THINGS fabulous King Saud
saw with his new cataract
removed vision was a por
trait photograph of himself
in natural “dye transfer”
color. So pleased was he with
the results he ordered several
hundred of the portraits with
the first one to be given
away earmarked for Presi
dent Kennedy.
Frank Beekman, president
of Chase Studios, Ltd., here
which took the pictures, made
a trip to Boston to get the
King’s approval and he is
still pinching himself over
the experience. He went to
the Sheraton Plaza where
he expected to hand them
over to a member of His Maj
esty’s regime and wait for
the King’s okay and instruc
tions.
Instead he andean associ
ate were ushered into a room
that had a strong disinfect
ant odor. All visitors bad to
go there before being taken
into the royal presence.
After a few minutes they
were escorted into a room
that made their eyes pop. It
was unlike any other hotel
room they had ever seen. En
tirely draped, windows cov
ered and all, with cloth of
gold, it gave the appearance
of the interior of a tent. At
the back of it was a lamp and
seated beside it was His
Majesty King Saud in kingly
robes on a throne-like chair
with his saber in front of
him.
The amazed Mr. Beekman,
as ‘“nervous as a debutante,”
shook hands with the King
and asked him how his eyes
were. ‘“Fine,”’ said the King
with a smile and took off his
glasses. Knowing he had been
treated for an ulcer too, he
asked, “And how’s your stom
ach, Your Majesty?” "Good,
good,” said Mahomet’s de
scendant and rubbed it. He
was apparently amused by
the informality of the Ameri
can.
Something was said about
coffee and a huge man
dressed in a turban and flow
ing robes like a vision out of
Arabian Nights entered with
a solid gold coffee pot and
some tiny cups about three
times the size of a thimble.
Nevertheless, he didn’t miss
them when he poured the
liquid from two or three feet
above the cups. It wasn't
coffee at all, but a sweet
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of this picture, taken by a local photographer.
—Chase, Ltd., Photo.
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“To Your Majesty’s health
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raising his little cup. Again
Saud’s face broke into a
smile. The Interview ended
without any reference what
soever to mundane business.
It was simply an act of kingly
courtesy.
But the royal presence In
Boston had quite an effect on
business in' that community.
One of the King’s men was
heard asking a hotel em
ployee where he could find
a Ford dealer. “Which one?”
he was asked. He replied it
didn't make any difference,
he just wanted to order 17
Fords.
The presidents and chair
men of American oil com
panies who gathered there
for a dinner honoring the
oil-rich monarch had quite
a seating problem. It wasn’t
for lack of room. They hired
the Plaza ballroom which
accommodates 1,000 people
and there were only 37 in
the party. So they filled it
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The problem was that no
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put on. This was gotten
around by getting the King
to move to a chair in front
of the ice floor, and the
others turned around simul
taneously.
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