President Eduard Senes was saying hail and farewell last week. He was saying hail to Czechoslovakia, to whose liberated areas he, his wife and more than a score of his ministers and aides were returning after six years in exile. He was saying farewell to the cabinet in exile. He also promised the homeland a new Government.

On the way to Kosice, which will be Czechoslovakia's capital until Prague is liberated, Benes will stop in Moscow to discuss matters with Joseph Stalin. Most likely successor to Premier Monsignor Jan Sramek, of the Czech People's Catholic Party, will be Vavro Srobar,...

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