The Press: Moscow Moods

Like the other 35 U.S. special correspondents at the Moscow Conference, dark little Joseph Newman put up at the fancy Hotel Moskva. Last week he moved into the drab Metropole, where most of the permanent correspondents live. Newman is going to stay as the New York Herald Tribune man.

On the day Newman moved, a tourist disclosed a fine compliment that was paid the Trib by Premier Stalin himself. The week before, at a midnight interview in the Kremlin, Minnesota's Harold Stassen had asked how come the Herald Tribune could not get a man into Moscow. Said Stalin, after a quick check...

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