THE RUHR: Accord, Amity?

Contrary to general impression, the Poincaré note (TiME, Aug. 27), has not inspired official pessimism in the capitals of Europe. The reason being that major, masked diplomatic moves are being made by all nations concerned with a view to reaching a mutually agreeable understanding on the question of reparations.

In Germany, Chancellor Stresemann conferred with the Minister President Dr. von Knilling of Bavaria. The object is to secure Bavarian backing for the Federal Government's Ruhr and reparations policy, an object which is of great importance to the Reich.

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