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Gypsies and the "Reds."
a let sasi C.YPS1KS AX1Â» THK KKI1S - ,, -- , The gypsies air troubling Czech Communists. Tlie official communist Journal laments that sys-Utie gypsy children are more interns, a terosted in music than In Mnrx-l jsm. and that their parents p,^. U1 ., ex- Mnicttons. They refuse lo live collective farms, and continue to lead their happy-go-lucky lives dream; winch the Jon^'prefers "to j "decadent " sure-' The gypsies are bold enough, vehicles headstrong enough, to waul bests their own way, as they have pro-! ways done. They resent beins inmntcd, and do not like Com- ] munist Innovations. In this respect resemble their non gypsy the neighbors. These, too, dislike the Red injoc, \\nj, uiMiivt: ULC i\fu i i 1 mg. more i gime, but feel helpless to do make; thing about it. Gypsies have i long been at odds with on;aiilÂ«l j society lhal Communist officials are to them lust more o( the same. Tlie gypsies are poor and, terial for a government that great everything done its way, Â»ulo-'bÂ«k Ulk. Ixr* live the