GREAT BRITAIN: Thrombosis

Definitely convalescent last week was the Lord Privy Seal, spruce young Captain Anthony Eden, who was put to bed with "heart strain" after his round of diplomatic fencing bouts with Hitler, Stalin and Pilsudski (TIME, April 1 et seq.). Chirped a glib, anonymous political correspondent of Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Express: "They refer to 'heart strain'. . . . The actual trouble, I understand, is thrombosis" [clogging of an artery].

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