International: 69 from 223

There was scarcely more agreement among delegates at the Paris Peace Conference. In their first 48 fight-filled days at the Luxembourg Palace, the peacemakers had agreed on only 69 of the 223 clauses in the five peace treaties. Last week they began working nights to meet their new Oct. 20 deadline. Otherwise, they would clash once more with the twice-postponed U.N. General Assembly, now definitely set for New York City on Oct. 23. Only optimists thought they would make it.

The East-West struggle for Germany and Austria, the heart of Europe's peace problem, was...

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