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Salt Lake Tribune, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1949, Salt Lake City, Utah THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE Thursday March 3 1949 Eight Nabbed In France pies COMMlMBrr PARIS March 2 ter of Interior Jules Moch an nounced Wednesday a total of eight suspected Communists had been arrested and handed over to military authorities fi espionage trials Moch made known the total in an official communiqu after a cabinet meeting Details Hidden The communique said Moch gave the cabinet details on Ihe development nf e s p i o n a e in France and ilie governments ef fort to combat it However the communique did not details Russ Back Yugos to Create Slovene Province in Austria LOXDOX March 2 inco be set up in the dispuated lined up with Yugoslavia Wednes area and that frontier chants be chiv behind a plan to create a self made later in favor of Yugoslavia governing Sluvne province Austrian Foreign Minister Europe Storm Toll Hits 33 LONDON March 2 TJ Win ters worst European storm blew itself out Wednesday leaving 33 and hundreds in battered down buildings tangled traffic and communications foundered ships and flooded many areas of Britain and Europe The damage was expected to run into many millions of dollars Twentyfive of the dead were victims of the collapse of war Austria hacking of i ugi Karl Crubcr opposed an autonomous province and said Austria would lever agree to give tip any terii clainis renewed despite the coin to Yugoslavia infoiins fight with Premier Mar or possible shal Tito sharpened the eastwest disagreement in big four talks on persons dead jjured Three other persons were killed by high winds which lashed coast al areas of Queensland Austria weakened buildings in various parts of Germany The other cas East Bloc Arms Pact Hinted form PRAGUE Czechoslovakia March 2 the coniinfonn nations of eastern Europe consid ering a military alliance to sup plement their political and trade links A report from Poland that a cominform military conference is Sleet snow rain and gales had were in England Scotland I to be held in Hungary about and Italy I March 15 got no direct confirma Smnv and cold followed the tion here but foreign observers winds j were not surprised The Berlin airlift returned to The had predicted that a par normal in midafternoon allel military organization also would be formed when about a month ago Russia anounued cre ation of the Economic Council for Mutual Aid EC This is an economice alliance linking the So viet Union Bulgaria Hungary Poland Romania and Czechoslo vakia Such an alliance might be in tended to match the north Atlan tic pact just as K C M A was designed as a Soviet answer to the European Recovery plan The announced purpose of the coniir itself an International In forniaiinn bureau of the Coinmu nist pirtic of France and Italy art1 monilxTS UHERTISKMKVT rast dependable Worlds largest seller at lOc STJOSEP8 ASPIRIN FOR CHILDREN So easy Tor child to tak orange fla vored Easy to give cor rect dosage 50 tnWets Sc atn an Austrian independence treaty U S British and French dep issasd iy foreign ministers at the treaty conference here joined in oppos ing creation of an autonomous province The Yugoslavs said such a province was needed for fair tjeatnient of Slovenes in Aus trian CVirinthia I S Opposes S Deputy Samuel Reber de divulge the scribed Yugoslavias further claim for annexation of an unspecified j amount of Austrian territory as One of the eight was Paul j lmwarranted and iforet an official in the ministry j Russia supported the territorial of commerce and industry Magis i claim too j trate Capt Pierre LaffitteLeplace Reber according to an Amer1 ican source aairl Yugoslavia s issued a warrant for his arrest said modified demand might pos Wednesday Under French law a Sitly provide the road to a final magistrate must make a prelimsettlement inary investigation of the charges R Take jnitjaive before the defendant can be brought to trial Russian Ambassador Georgi X The other was believed to be a Zambia was reported to have civilian transferred to military taken the initiative in pressing for i jurisdiction by the ministry of further discussion i interior Modis own department Yugoslavia last week dropped a i for possible trial before an army flat claim for 800 square miles of tribunal on charges of disclosing Slovenepopulated Carinthia and defense secrets to a foreign power part of Styria Instead she pro Similar Charges Previously three journalists a military aircraft designer and two regular army officers been arrested on similar charges in the governments crackdown on alleged Communist spies Capt ReneCharles Azema in structor at an airborne division posed that an autonomous prov Eskimos Like iTJoom Bust school at Pau in southern Franco ANCHORAGE Alaska March 2 pi Its boom and bust beyond one of the two officers seized the Arctic circle arrived here Wednesday He was The Eskimos are chewing bub taken to the ChercheMidi prison ble gum to join the other officer Maj It was introduced Arctic white j LouisGeorges Teulery residents think by soldiers staj Under the French penal code tioned at Cape Spencer and other soldiers and civilians alike face a northern outposts possible death sentence for revealj Among the more gifted masti ing defense secrets caters are the older women They i used to chew tobacco Then or i dinary chewing gum Now its I bubble gum or trouble chum Observers say it is not unusual wHen one trading post is out of I bubble gum for Eskimos to hitch i up dogteams and mush as far as j 60 miles to another post where stocks are ample Speed amazing relief from misery of simple piles It is a common sight outpost wthsoottiinqPazoActstordievcramitchinB residents say to see a huskv Eski instoiUy Lubricates dry hardened parts Helps rarinpacross the Arctic wild nrevent cracking reduce swellms Don t sutler i mo racing across me A relic VU1Q necdkss torture of simple piles Get Pazo erness behind his dogteam hia for comfortini relief Ask your doctor about it ld d mighty balloon of 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