When a Vice-Admiral, a reformed Communist, a Rural Dean and a pioneer aviator meet in Geneva with an assortment of Germans, South Africans and Americans, they might discuss armaments, the opium traffic or a universal language. Such a group was in Geneva last week, but it was simple piety, not economics or politics, that brought it together. Misleadingly ominous were the invitations sent out for the meeting:
WORLD FORCES ARE STIRRING AGAIN. . . .
HERE AND THERE THEY HAVE CLASHED. . . .
MORE STIRRINGS AND...