FRANCE: Milk Teeth & Spies

In Paris the trial of assorted spies for Germany and Russia who were betrayed to the Sûreté Nationale by their friends, Mr. & Mrs. Robert Gordon Switz of East Orange, N. J. (TIME, March 26, 1934, et seq.), buzzed on last week. Two star female prisoners continued to rely for acquittal on daily exhibitions in court of babies born to them in jail.

Since the Soviet Union seems to be the chief culprit,and since Paris is now flirting with an alliance with Moscow, the prosecution proceeded half-heartedly and Judge Revol seemed content to...

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