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   Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah                                Europe Fear Of Russia How to Torture Your Husband Hv THE SALT LAKETRTBlNE Thursday Mnrch 3 1919 vs oains nr th1 By JOSKPII ALSOP night of a trarsatlartio journey it is nor My for returning travilir to sort m positive conclusions through tlie imp tiv pil beauiv of a in Romethe extreme of spats when worn h ligerepi Yugoslav the dreary reminders in an eve ning with the occupiers of Ger many of a pretentious little colonial dinner party in nanRnnn bfrre he war Or conflnsion the s out even in h murk of the airplan cabin Stalematfi Reached In Kurope H stalemate lias been reached in the world strug gle between the west and ine Soviet empire And this is true because the Soviet power drive lo capture western Europe has been decisively frustrated It is tempting to forget the magnitude of this event and to argue that the Soviet drive westward was always bound to fail anyway because the Krem lin was not yet ready to employ the red army Rut the truth is that only fifteen short months ago the fate of western Europe balanced on a knife edge Tr S Aid Saved Italy If the tnited Slates had not then held otil a helping hand the boldest Italian leaders have confessed lo this correspondent j that they would have lost the heart to resist the Communists In that event Italy would have been lost After a longer or shorter interlude of dictator ship of the right France would have gone also And a whole long terrible chain reaction would have been set in resistless train That danger has passed now The Marshall plan gave the democratic forces courage and means to carry en their struggle Improvement Noted rts to Understand Multiple Sclerosis Pushed THE LYONS DEN By LEONARD LYONS NEW the So viet news agency has announced that the Henry Luce enterprises duviationists As is supgrstcd by the walkout of Moche the French mine workers leader these tactics only reveal a firave fundamental weakness During the next year or two the non Communist groups will have an excellent chance to capture the French and Italian labor move i menls from the Communists provided one condition is ful filled i In the more hopeful atmos phere thus created the political and economic energies of the Europeans themselves wore partly liberated Everywhere there has occurred a patchy but decisive improvement andt everywhere in western Europe the Communist parties are in re treat This does not mean however that the American responsibility ends with the Marshall plan Xew problems are pressingfor xvard The first problem we must tackle with bold imagination is the problem of our own rela tionship to the internal politics of the western European coun tries we are aiding Face Important Fact Here we must face an im portant fact Although the ma jor Communist danger has passed western Europe will never be restored to full politi cal health as longas the Com munist parties control the labor movements Fortunately the Communists hold on this basic asset is being challenged by nonCommunist labor leaders And simultane ously the Communists own leadership has been weakened from within by the kremlins use of the western European labor groups as mere naked tools of Russian foreign policy Peace Offensive Sleeting This is the meaning of the CachinTogliatti peace offen sive which is intended to muddle the mass of workers This is also the meaning of the brutal purge of the Communist labor chiefs in France which is meant to destroy all possible ProAmerican Groups These groups must necessarily stand forward as proAmeri can Their position will be un dermined and the whole task of rebuilding a healthy nonCom munist left in Europe will be brusquely halted if America meanwhile stands forward as the champion of European re action In our own hardheaded interests America must ap pear as the enemy of European reaction And we must do so even if this means championing social and economic measures which are not contemplated and may even seem abhorrent in our own comfortable country VTest Secies Security Second and still more funda mental the problem of security also awaits solution No one should deceive himself with the expectation that full European recovery can occur until Europe feels genuinely secure from Russian aggression To repeat the simplest example you can not persuade the French busi nessmen and peasants to begin investing their billion of hoarded capital or even to stop hoarding their current earnings while they continue to believe that the Russians can march to Brest Equally no one should deceive himself with the ex j pectaion that the proposed Atlantic pact is more than the beginning of a solution of this security problem Problem is Global The problem is global and the ultimate responsibility rests al most wholly on the United States There be no real security so long as such issues as the defense of Germany and the future of the middle and far east have not been faced Above all there can be no real se curity while the Atlantic pact and other measures that may be fakon merely represent the pooling of weakness A small program of peacetime lendleasB for western Europe will not working in collaboration with the U S intelligence service had assigned an American secret agent to Helsinki to photograph the FinnishSoviet frontier The socalled agent is a Life maga zine photographer who will photograph a wolf hunt in Fin land The American Broad casting Co is bidding for the purchase of a New York newspa per Ooerings combination rifle I shotgun the only one in exist ence has been acquired from j the Coering estate by film direc I tor Howard Hawks Hawks j who went to Europe to direct I j Was a Male War Bride will re ceive a fantastic fee because of the long delay caused by Ann Sheridans pleurisy and Gary1 Grants jaundice Under Hawks contract hell draw overtime pay while waiting for their recovery and it will be at the rate of I a week Harold Arlen and E Y Harburg will write the I music for the musical version of Twentieth Century which probably will costar Jose Ferrer and Lucille Ball George S Kaufman watched two understudies go on in the place of the principals ofa show and proceed to overact Theyre not understudies said Kauf man Theyre overstudies When Albert Einstein was intro duced by a friend as The Great Einstein he said Im not the Great Einstein This inciden tally is both accurate and modest A prominent indus trialist who arrived in New York at 2 am went to the St Regis where bis office had reserved ac commodations for him The bell hop took him upstairs opened a door and the industrialist found himself In a cubicle which had only a bed and a washstand He slept there and in the morning found another door in the cubicle and opened it gingerly It led into a fourroom suite He had slept in the suites maids room Jean Cocteau the French playwright told some critics that he didnt mind their unfa vorable reviews I am but an intermediary he said rolling his eyes toward the heavens I sit at my desk at night and my pencil puts down on paper that which He wants told An ton Dolin and Alicia luarkova will receive 512000 salary and S12000 for expenses for a dozen performances in South Africa highest fee ever paid a team of ballet stars Ken Purdy the new editor of True magazine asked to see the manuscripts purchased by his told they had cost 80000 It cant be true he insisted His pub lisher told him Yes its true We brook no lies at True OFF THE RECORD By H V WADE create the needed strength InI 1Ue Processor and deed the needed strength can not he created a I all so long as businessasusun remains the watchword of the Administra tion in Washington Stalemate Perils Victory A grim American effort both to place our own on a footing of minimum peacetime readiness and to slrengthen our allies is now absolutely essen tial The European stalemate is a perilous victory in the sense lhat it will moderate or end the European crises that have stim ulated our efforts thus far But if we are so shortsighted that we can make no groat iiTorls except in a state of hysteria we shall deserve the fale we shall probably meet Still another wonder drug is added to the lengthening list Soon there should be one avail able for any symptom contracted while conningthe free medicine almanac The McGrath proposal that each state have three U S sena tors raises a fascinating pros pect Fancy being the other other senator from Ohio for example ADVEKTISrMFXT Savings opened fay 10th of month j start earnjng as of the first Amazing Action of earnjng as of the first Accounts INSURED to SAVE by MAIL or in PERSON ASSETS over Discounting a generally held assumption that there isnt any more rubber workers will try on a fourth round of wage in creases for stretch when you Millions of people no longer use barsh stomachpunishing laxatives I Today theyre turning to FEEXAMINT chewingsum Inxative that does not upet the stomach Heres what happens When you chew KEFKAMINT the action of its special medicine DETOURS the stomach That is it does not act while in the stomach but only when farther along in the lower digestive tract where it should act Thus does not upset the stomach Besides say scientists chewing makes FEENAMHTTS fine madcine more it so It flows gently nnd gradually into the system You feel wonderful again The next time you need a laxative chew FIENAMINT Go it at any in drug counter 50f or only FEENAigBilT fAMOUS CHEWINQOUM LAXATiVK LOS ANSEtLES at ALEXANDRIA 500 modern with and radio Sincftrc in building located in fwar of downtown Loi ralti Singfo fro J350 from S350 FUTR it Jt Iflj h Wo 11 or Mfjr i j Abbdi Rv T It VAN DKIiKN i Multiple sclerosis is fairly common and leaves its wake eoiisiiierabie d i s a h 1 i y Hut viitiius n h niaaiy should be encouragd hy the that n inWd are iviii made to I understand the problem Some day the jigsaw is bound to hi UnKed iMseases i the brnn and spinal cird un j this one have physicians for centuries Progress n mrliple sclerosis has been j1iw because the ai ment is difficult tn study Syuip toms are iiidifuvitt euitrist for example t aiiieHlniiis epilepsy or Vinger sufferer may h bm red months itr vrars nvore rue IMIUSY of the condition is sus peeled Muscles Become Stiff i Periodically a group of mus cles in the hand or leg will bei come stiff or hard to move Others niilire fatigue tremor especially of the or dif ficulty in walking or Still others become upset emo tionally every now and then for no apparent reason Sooner or later the manifestations be come sufficiently bothersome to force the individual to seek med ical nil On examination other abnormalitios aiv noted par tirtilarly when the physician tests the reflexes such as the knee jerk Ky fitting certain pieces of the pti7le together the picture becomes clearer and the diagnosis is established There are no dearth of nme dies hut their vnlue can be ques tioned Thf disease lasts for many years during tins period the victim has his tips and downs Klarmd to riroiilatiim In multiple sclerosis the brain and spinal cord becomes studded i with tinv areas of calcium de POPKI It is thought that tin plaques result from a riiitur hine of the circulation Ini tially the blood vessels to these parts become narrowed and later plugged completely by clots To the best ofour knowi i edge the process is hastened by injury emotional shock mfec I tion etc To improve the blood flow drugs such as histamine pa i puverine ami aminophyllne are I used Other authorilies go fur ther and adminster dicoumarin 1 to prevent clots formation These products cannot undo the existing damage but may he helpful so far as the future is concerned At any rate the afflicted per son should not give up hope Stone Colic T T writes In kidney stone robe where is the pain located Reply It usually begins in the back just below the nbs on the side on which the stone is lo cated As the rock continues its journey toward the bladder pain radiates toward the front and extends into the crotch JUST TRY AND STOP ME Hy BKNXETT CKRF When Lauritz Melcjioir first secured a leave of absence from the Metropolitan to sing in a film he rendered a few numbers at a party hosted by Nornia Shearer An agent drew him aside later and said Say feller you got a fine pair of pipes Sign with me and Ill guarantee you a future in the flickers Melehoir eyed him coldly and said My name happens to be Lauritz Melehoir So what answered the agent unabashed VVe can change that easily enough A senior in the Pulit7fr School of lounalism observed Kven barbers make more than authors today dont know whether to take a job in Grecos barber shop when I graduate or write novels Dean Ackerman sug gested Toss a coin my boy Heads or tales SHOP FRIDAY EVENING UNTIL PARK FREE at SEARS ladies make your rooms sparkle with the beautiful colors of lowcost MasterMixed QUART Freeflowing fastdrying easyfoclean enamel in bright or pastel colors and white Regular 110 Flat Wall 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Gallon Pint Pint Good ok Hibhs is literally with new styles for Spring what with the annual Spring Fashion Opening slated for Monday evening We to gether with other leading cloth ing stores will be open from to pm to show you the spankinest new lines of mens clothing and furnishings that ever graced a toggery We invite you all to come in and look and to be our guests No merchandise will be offered for sale during the evening its strictly a social event Add simile Coy as the radio news announcers handling oj Mr Trumans reference to Mr Pearsons ancestry Very seldom are we1at loss for words but the flamboy ant colors of our knit tie selections not only left us sans adjectives but positive ly gaspingfor breath These new shades of orange cerise lavender green and grey have us hanging on the ropes They shine out like neon lights and demonsetrate beyond the shadow of a doubt that in mens wear its going to be a colorful spring Social advice Throw a Sun day morning breakfast party and appear clad in a pair of our new Munsingwear runresistant Ray on Pajamas in rich plain shades of blue green gold or wine Guaranteed to influence friends and add stature to your social standing A medical writer comes tip with the brilliant statement that dissipation may cause a headache solid truth if we ever heard one About the smartest Idea weve seen yet in teeshirts is the sport shops new Jersild number knit of cotton on a sweater machine and featuring three inch cross bars of three contrasting col ors And you can have it in no less than five color ar rangements There are still a couple or three months of mighty fine ski ing and with 20 OFF on all SKI GOODS from boots to caps including every item of the sports shops equipment and ski clothing whats the sense of waiting until next season for the things you need People whove used sawdust tires during the late lanented winter hesitate to change back tn regulars lest such a move a planning a picnic in April re sults in a final howler Hollywood 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