INTERNATIONAL: Missions in Moscow

The conference of U.S., British and Soviet Union foreign ministers was going on. "Substantial progress" was reported. The atmosphere was "cheerful." The delegates were "satisfied." The talks probably would continue "until next weekend [Oct. 30]." And that was the news from Moscow. The rest was chitchat and guesswork.

Arrival I. U.S. Secretary of State Cordell Hull beat Britain's Anthony Eden to the Moscow airport by an hour, landing in a Douglas four-engined transport. The Russians, esteeming ceremony as a proud proletarian power should, outdid themselves in welcome. Fast fighter planes escorted Hull's plane during the last hour of flight. Viacheslav Molotov,...

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