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St. Louis Post-Dispatch from St. Louis, Missouri • Page 15

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THE MAO AS 0 KI mfie ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Published Every Day-Weekdays and Sundays Saturday, February 14, 1959 Part Two, Paget i 4B -mitnr-m vi.Mi.. i mm tin mntmniim mm i' -V 4''' tx Vt" I 1 1 1 iiMiMmwihMiaiiiaaiiiiii wiiiIihiiiimiiiii Min iiBMMii HiiwiiiiiiiiiM wmwmii iHHiiiniin rn i imii ijimfti i en n- mm', 1. i urn if I 8 I fit iiniii ilnlili "mtmm iiinltiii Ti it i fnlTwf i i i ilninfniiriirl iiiTrri iv4bv.J 2 'a. Hidden Talent Cello comet Into its own at a solo instrument in musical abstraction recorded at rehearsal of New York Philharmonic Orchestra.

French cellist Maurice Gendron was slumped behind the instrument thoroughly relaxed as the orchestra polished one ef Its passages under Conductor Leonard Bernstein. UP Phot. Sign of he Times Bleak warning posted by city inspectors highlights time-bomb aspect of tornado which struck Tuesday. Damaged building, in the 3700 block of Cote Brilliante avenue, is one of hundreds standing as hazards in storm-devastated districts and awaiting either demolition or major repairs. Relief officials estimate about 4000 persons are in need of aid as result of injuries or property damages caused by the storm.

gra p0it-Diipatch FMogrjpiiw. 'f; 'W On Smiling Terms Bitter interlude Is behind them as the two Senators from Oregon, Richard Neu-berger (left) and Wayne Morse, join forces at party marking 1 00th anniversary of Oregon's statehood. Neu-berger returned to the Senate this week "grateful to be alive" after an operation for-, cancer and happy to resume cordial relations with Morse after a series of angry denunciations apparently had ended their long friendship as the last session of Congress ended. ueciftd ton Wirtphoto. ii.

i i ii i i i i I i niuMi Mf mttmmiu.mmmwwvitmmmimm. wmwmwmmm vui. mm 1J President Adolfo Lopei Mateos (left) of Mexico, soon to be visited by President Eisenhower, waits attentively while a current visitor, Princess Alexandra of Britain, turns for a word with British Ambassador Sir Andrew Noble. The Princess, on a 10-day state visit with her mother, the Duchess of Kent, called at the National palace in Mexico City yesterday. -UPlTiltphot.

1 Dt, Ice Along the Wabash Bridge marking normal channel of the Wabash river stands in icebound isolation near upper end of massive ice jam near Logansport, Ind. The ice jam, stretching eight miles, has forced floodwaters into adjoining farmlands and poses a major threat to downstream communities, with rain and rising temperatures contributing to the possibility it will break loose suddenly. UPI T.l.pSotd..

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