RUSSIA: Preservative

Of late M. Semashko, Soviet Commissar of Health, has been troubled by the thought that Lenin is dead, Trotzky is greying and the Soviets are not producing new brain power at an overwhelming rate. Seeking a remedy for this state of affairs he was last week reported to have visited Dr. Serge Voronoff, French gland specialist, and to have "assisted at a successful rejuvenation operation performed upon Klara Zetkin," 68, famed "Grandmother of German Communism" and member of the German Reichstag.

Triumphant and filled with a new hope, the enterprising Commissar...

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