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PAGE D A I L Y iMflSSENr.ttK. ( - A N A N ' O A l C U l ' A , N. Y.. \VEDKE-SDAY. JANUARY 1-1, 1948 The Daily Messenger Published ever.- r.flert -r.n oxeept Sunday. Mess'-nscr Buildins. 2 Phoenix Street, by Cmumduiiuui .Messenger, 1m-. Floyd \V. Emerson, editor and p u b l i s h e r ; A. C. \ V a t ' rbiiry. vi;v-;; evident ;m;l treasurer: William H. Haw ley. adveiti.-im-, mima^er. Phone, Business Ofi'lc" ....................................... TM' , News Room .................... · · .............. · · ........... b - b WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DOM N IIATKS Uy lite C a r r i e r in C i f y Delivered a! you:' door. -'· eeio.- in 1 : 1 '.verk; s:.'i.'_;U' e t : y ·' iv:i!. En tercel as second c i a - . - m - . l i - r :.· t h - 1 ' o v l O ' f i o . ' in r a m m i m l - u a . N. Y., under UK- Art : ' M a r c h ::. I S O . . .Kales a e h v e r e u m n i t icy c a r r i e r by the year, 512: s i n g l e copies. 5 c e n t s . "Mail rates, pavabie sit icily in advance. arc: in On;a::i and ; _' !.·" Counties, one year, *.": i; m o n t h s , Ss ; :; m o n t h s . $1. :··: 1 m o n t h . ..».·; to New York stale addresses oi'tshie O n t a r i o an;! Yates_Couniies. one year, $7; 6 months, ?.".r"; 3 m o n t h s . S1.75: 1 u i c . n t h , 7fi cents; o t h e r addresses in the United State.-, one y.'ar. $- c ; 6 months, .·-!: .". niomhs. §2; 1 month, $1; to C a n a d i a n addresses, o;,e year. Si); G r.uur.ns. bl.;o. National 'Adv'ertismu Kc-Dre^-niativc-s: B u r k e . K u i p o r s Mahom-y. Inc., 420 Lexington Avonu-. -\Vv York C i t y : -'« N o r l n \ \ a h a s h , U n - cago; Allanta, Dallas and O k l a h o m a . Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press is. e n t i t l e d exclusively t o the use for r e p u h h r a - tion of all the local m-\v.-, p r i n t e d in ti:i:. !-.ev.;iap-'r ; as '.v-'!! a.s a l l A!' news dispatches. Grade Crossing Menace In a farming coinrnunity of northwestern Ohio. j near Michigan-Indian lines, ten children were killed . under the wheels of a fast passenger train.^ They j were in a tractor-drawn hob sled on a snowy Sunday ; afternoon. The driver, a farmer, taking his own and j neighbor's children for a bit of innocent fun, drove j over an im-protected grade crossing in the path of the i locomotive. ,, i The tragedy again calls attention to the need tor : eliminating highway-level railroad tracks. Such a . ' But is not human life precious? And when (lid A m - 1 ericans stop at undertakings because of cost? Con-', sider the annual outgo for cosmetics, alcohol, tobac- j co. ' i At the very least, some protection should be placed I at every crossing, including those over little-traveled · roads. The crossing where the sled full of children; met death, had no gates, lights or warning devices · of any kind. ; t Whatever else may be said about Henry Wallace,; he is the most exciting ex-vice-president that the j .United States has had since Theodore Roosevelt, j Opposition in Russia W H I T E H O U S E N E W C O M E R -- I-H,r. coc-kcr snaniol pu;. appears -i\vcd as IIP sts i-siilc shijusins i-n-.U- in liiL- While House after irmvini.' as :i srift to iVesiilont Truman. · Personal 6 ervice Id..23 and 5U years ago Ten Vears A^o -January 14, 1988 Br William Brady, M. D. Readers desiring ti correspond w i t h LIT. Brady srou!d adr; | their mail to him as follows: Dr. William Brady. Cnnanrtaigur : Daily Meosenefr Bureau. Beverlv Hnl= C.R' : -f ; THK (OLOKST M O N T H O5-' THE V H A K j Siiaii we con.sider t i l e subject ot [ v e r y m u c h i n l ' i u r - n , - ' - . as i:iuimo:i- ' exposure t o cold and we. 1 ', seriously ia prevails eci'.ialiy i ' i hot .-mo cold i for a m o m e n t ? In the past six'.y- T-.vc Canandaiguans were | all . ue( i ra h;,j ls w i i h h.is o-v:i saliva countries . In Montreal, Janu- ?.-·· m o n t h of the year, ] i - i . ·, ' J / 1 I C J . T J . * ^ V » -- . i v w ^ s ing received the necessary majority. _As there were Bauy. East street. O.-·.!'"·!· (·nll'.'cl ··hyd!-c':ph'':bia" j A': Osier di' K O R E A N S K A T E R S -- FiliaivrecJ i n part i-y I'. S . Koiuit-.-s .st:i-i,,-.!:d i n K;av;. liicsc f e a r Kore:tn skaters arc shown in Neiv York ;p. their v,.iy to the 13-',8 \,i.:i:-r Oiympic:-; iii .Sv.-itr-crljnd. no-opposing candidates, the only way in whic^ ^ ^ _. i : . t : v:v r l ^ r £ f ^ er could express his disapproval was by scratching j ^-^ church -iris eioeu-u. t h e : '^l^,.^'":;^ ' ; '!, ;! Vih '-'ami";."^-'L ;1 ;,!;^^^^ ^MUdi^ off the name of the man he disliked. if." 1 ! 0 '.-'!:'!:.. "IT: 1 '.^," 1 ^...TM'^r\^'^^-i' : '^^- n a i u r - «m-i --^-\ T'I-,".-.'·'(· :····"--m-;in-....-'.-!U!.'! -··auo-| t?,.;:! Eighty-four is an insignificant number compared ; ni: , n: .^-v.-wi-*'.. N-.rrr,-. --VK:: '."JV. 1 . 1 .,;" with the 766,563 candidates who won. Yet if the idea ; TM;«-; -'^ v;;:\ S;:inivy - ""''' ''-''"V'r' is implanted that an effective protest may be regis- j '· tlS ^«; ! ; v; ^i\ 1 "y,'. :t r A K ,, '·; .-'V' 1 "' 1 w is implanted that an ellective pr( terecl by scratching 1 off the name of one or more can-! diclatesj the practice may spread. Even then, Rus- j sia is a long way from self-government. j Tea Party in Reverse (New York Times) The arrival of the Friendship pean destinations suggests c might be a happy ending to r n i y i f a r * .1^.0 ei-k of J a n u a r y i'J I There is q u i t e a :'arl for ele^uir '· · - o x e r s for sheet music. One of t h e j nev. :.·.-;t f o r m - of ;!ecoraii\'e art is t i l r Miles ···:" mil.-:'.-. ie M'.iaim ·:·;.'.!!' em h · · e n - ur;. j - 0;....- or io : - : .-; ' · ' ! i i h e u m o m a el n his l i M l d ' s i x t h ; e d i t i o n : ; t h e i - h i i i v.-; ; -; ;i s y r e m . ; , ] , , · As !O!"!.L a.uo as t h e l^'l'o's t h e olc' : ! e s i ; : i i o n . ;m i * i t c ' «' ; . t i m e r s in medicine tv.'xnn ui i ' u v e , ; h o i " f e e i i ; i i eonr ;:-:'-d r-nurs rp. s | r .',.- .\". ; ..' n ','j :',. , l i r n o r K in medicine h-vx'.m ui have i t ho i ' l f e e i i o n conr : : i - t f d :ioiirs or T "I 65 -*. . - i · -n ' : ^ T b f - " c a n a n d a i - u a Union sclioo! i ··=»»" doubts aboui cold, darnpiie.s;. | cinys before, yci. hcm K .-; pi-acti- ,hlp Trains at theil* EUI'O-i has- j u ,r i,« t .n ra ;eri a hi-h school ; Drafts. Muidt-n chants. . n . - . u f t i c i - M i o n e r as v/c-h ns a ^nc.ier. Jr. ^ -mother UroieCt that j bv^he Regents hoard, who round : ent oloM-.insr. lack of a r t i f i c i a l heat. . o,!-.-.- sain in t h e same o h n p s c r : 3 ctllOLiiei pIUjcC.^ L l l t l L | - ^ _ . u f . 1 : 1 ', ( .,. )1 ri -, e »is the l^^al .-,-- c h i l l oj- cilill!!ie.-s as a . ·· -afOji;-.:,T- : A ^ ;,, !;;'· '·!,,.,.. -.i.,s,:-;;',t II..M o! an Old diSpUte. Why not i;',;,7;. e ;^, r ; :s " h , '^;;.- ' p a r t i c u l a r . | c a i , « - -.--r c o n l r i b u i i i i - !-..-- : of M l - i : ; n r - i ! m , , i . ; a v . i t h -xj.osii;-... t h e ! ' ' " - · · - · - - - ,- elderly folk, to whom the cheer and warmth have be- j ^v.:: :1 -''; : -.. .. , , i r . : . . . . come necessary. Workmen returning to chilly homes,, . i ( ;:;;,^· : . : -;, k ' : ;.' M ^i;;,'"'; ^fr',:^ tired mother from long food queues, .need the com- in K of/ie^s: pre^iden,._K.H^K;:M fort and pickup of "a nice cup of tea." We remem- |;" t: ,J!f vS- k «ilhfc A ii.T H '^ ber from our school histories that a ship arrived in i me;- r^mm';·;,-;:.···.';. A. n- Boston Harbor on Nov. 28, 1778, carrying a cargo of | : -- 3 : tea with the hated threepence tax on it, and that j _-------eighteen days later a group of men dressed as In- MDIO PROGRAM dians, with tomahawks, and other suitable appur: __,,_ tenances, seized the ship, broke open the case and i threw the tea into the harbor. ! ·Den Forum · l a r e d i l i a : "i: in :il'-e; t i : e \ :-:-y i : v . i H · · iere in l i : e i . r o . ' i f i i i i o n s f a r ;-i-e ; n ; i - r ; i : ' e . . i a i e m i m . ! M o i l l t h e ; · ; : ' . ' · E u r o p e a n · . - . . ; . ; . . _·; ; ; , : - ·,-.-..: M--V.V · ,i : : ; . · ; : · . - . \\ r- ·-..·;mi s : e - - u r i i y - - a ' . - - , : · - . : . - : - i i - ' ! o : - i - m e i . I J o \v- I ' i . i -.-. i - :-\ ··',! ; i s i ( i e ; i n : , ;::::.i'.' - . ' he. .'··rci-\. : o .-.i-; : i : - : · ! · · p a t t o r n o f :';·- Tiio.-e :,';;!i-r:h ; n:. .;:\c ur ;: oic- · . - . i . r - - · · : " ; : : .Xmi.-i ie;: i a i i ' 1 ·!:.· .:' -..0 :·! :· -a-··:.·. Mar.- 1 !.-:!! : : r ; r ! Se, re!.-!.:y .-·!' Ccirr.:-.-; ·· n - r r - h : ' - - ' - · o i d t h e c o m m i t t e e ;h;.t t i i e a i d : .iro:/rn:n \vouk! pm hurciens on t i i e · .;;! · : . · h:;;:-!y i i i i e r o K l i n g if .r! : : · ; · ! t h e - ;r:i:id of C j c n e r a l .;: :..'i;i d i ;: .-'Ver v. hat lie 1 1 :....·!!' m i ' a i i H V, e.Mern · - . . » . : · " ' ; i I ' h a h i l i t a l e d ecoii- · · . . , ' . i ' : : ! .-i! Conip.iiuiixin;;' . ' ' · : · .i.'. .try iiarr'n'.v · ; . ! i ' . i ' . v i i - . e -- a t a s k · : .':. i ! r : l Si ales could · : , . ; . - . . , · 'AMn't d o i t . !·. I . M : i : : · · '.-oiintries of -: :·· : n · · f i r fee! econ; . . : · :!.:·;.· c a n d e f e n d i ,\e fr-.-c i f t h e r e is ; H . ; I : , · : ' i f tliere i s i!.-,. Ildv.'i-ver. t h e gen- ; : -!-... ·;:::; can S'.tfteed. ··: !:!!i.; a r e i h . - ' t t h e \\'---:;.-.-n K u r o p i c a r e ";u.-::ii"x's r v ' v - . r a i i h y of Osier o:' ! ! · · · f i i V - s ! A m e r i c a n bio- i'' 1 .- ·.··.'er -.vi-:! «.-iiy on- r i n d s " J f l e j - r f i : i a l : : - d n h d u j ' a t e ; i n r ; c l v i h l e :i'f"-' i i . : ! c i ' i ' i . i ! ; : C h a p t e r 17 bit her lio. She out the Some-thing :U;S scared you pret- ] .;-o _p!ti n thai you beyin to libUL' ty badly," he said, "I wish you , it'." Now Britain and other Western European conn- ; .vau-h . · · - ·- - . - _ . - - - . . . _ . - ,, , . . _ , . _ - - . ^,^ A ^ l K ' T rin-" t i n ^shr» nil T n r ^ ^ i /.J LJ i v . liij; J(.IA\-*.» ^ · » * - - . . « j ^ - - - ; i a n d I ' i a i n f J e a i e r . "Thy Have ; .;if ; ! i.-,,i,- cii-"^ ;:·.:,··· i h a t he Hul | p A M bit ne ' l! P- bne P lu tnc ,.;, u ! ( i - f .;! m c -- m a v b e I could help. | "Your father sounds like a ver. ·:.·· A ns\=. ··.·:·-." app-a!-i:v.: i n ;.oii!- · I-...- i :;···.·! ; , r ;, c 1 .,-:. of . - : ; i r ! - n i ; i : iodine bottle d o w n and spilled i ..; ul ; . ::V ....- ri y ](.; n { e assure you t h a t I :-:·.-'· man.' 1 "" :I;MI"I- or :::·.-, na.-t \v,'f-' r :. A! o y, n.i r ' : : cia-.v-on:.! i h a 1 -.-. 'a:- 'io; vva:::.!;. , little. When sho began w i n d i n g i 1 h a v e icd an u t t e r l y blameies- ; " i f e ;.-:. I'm a f r a i d I didn't inhcri ho aauxe a r o u n d A d a m MarstonV.hii'i-- f r o m the lime J arose t h i s j i i i s :'aj;; ; -!y " ,, . , , , ,. . P i " f ' l i i i - ' to iin Ctorv hsh::iU \ v i l : i 1 :···;· l ; i . : · · · ; ; ur.-'.l Bront re- orn fin^r snc t r e m b l e d so t:u,t; ^ ^.^-^ C( r.. c P ( j ; n . l l l : U ; : : ; , d . ,;,. ,,,: J ; j ; : ; ,, d lo £ , e he bandage shppcd and he waved : ( j v ^ p p e r j mc o f t at your dock only j A ' l a i t : ."vi.^r.iu;\ al iiome in the :'-r off and did .* him.-eif. Tears o f ! ·'·/.". ,.:.",..... . . , , . ' ' " ; . ··· ... ; . ; : : , . ; . . . . ; - ·.,, ; r ,, j r n m e - encient issue of taxation and representation is rea- jso : ! :.. .,. v.-inei spnably dead. Would it not be a picturesque and j' 11 ^., ; . ;i . v . fi i;n .,,. .,...,.,.,, ., [ i i ( ,; timely gesture if the City of Boston or the Common- i,.,;;.', a. : ;^.'.',':,. ')·',,-' ; h e '-r.f=-'ntii.-' wealth of Massachusetts should now demonstrate! J;:-;;^^, TM: how deeply the hatchet--or tomahawk--is buried by j!;':;',,'.;.;"'.'. '. K " sending a cargo of tea to England? The rest of us, '· ····'··" '·- "-' ; ' i whose predecessors were also somewhat involved in *"!'.'."'.,.";. ''.V: the Revolution which soon followed the famous Tea i-m-mi:-'- :·- Party, might be willing to help. Friendship Trains " ,',', : ,"':;..,;,'"· have done wonders for American iirestige abi'dad. . ; · : - - · · :..- . A Boston Tea Party in inverse might do in Britain ; ' ; ; · ; / ; .; what the Friendshi]) Trains have done in France and ;, .'.'. ·-.,. Italy. :-'" : : -- ' M'· · i l l on r I : !'::(·. l : .i is. . ! ( , ! , ; i ;·'. !;:!;- ''·;. i Eecsnce ^een As Msicr World Pesce Ci-eaiivl. nit-r.r.cc 1 t" v-.-m-id VKiiK'e, and a p o t e n t i a l l y more ( l o v a . - L a t i n g v.-ej;.;.-on i ! : ; ; f i ? h e ;itom ijonilj, is t t - e threat of an a l l i a n c e i)C-i\vt:'j,-] (".'unvniuiiism aiui a i-e.-.urrected Ger- nn'in miliia.risni, ii; liu.- d t ) i n i ( ; n of Eugene Lyons, noted v.Tiu-r on inlenia'iiu.'ial aii'air.s, and the first foreicrn cor- "A inore cxijiosivr; c o m b i n a t i o n i n a n teenii;)K Soviet nutnpmv.'r \ v i t h (i(-iTn:in t«.:f:n)ica] geiiius, Russian natural resources with 'I'otiU'nic efticiencyt can scarcely 'be iniag- ined," Lyons doclaiv-s in an article in the January issue of Cosrnopoliian rna^axii;;:. "In a t i m t ; b u r s t i n g w i t h menace, t h i s is by ail odds ihe ·.rreal.o.st single threat to world A l t h o u g h Anv-ric:;:: r.mr.i'.n is t l i r e n t . ? " Lyons asks. "Kxpo.= nro iss'yet. onTy va.--i:-ly ;iv.::s'- cf ; i , i s ' " f t l . ' - t e r r i f y i n g facts is esren- p;-:u:c, t h e ·ha!!'-e:]ty i ;(s ·.}" }·','.:· j tial. Tiit-rc .ire a m p l e - r,Monml? for rn;i(.-:;:i '·o-'.r.lri-'s ;ire il---!'i;. ron- ; i n ( i i f ' i in'.: l i ' r - T ' - o - c o w tjoverniii'-ilt corned a b o u t it. aironim.i: 01 ; !-.e · liefore I h e L ' n i t ' - d N ' n t i o n s on t i n s y crit Bront re:-e - - ;C ars Of ! nn..'.'. , . : . . , . · . - . . . , , . ' " : · ·· · . . . | ·:: : .. ) . . . . · : ' ' , } , : , - j m m tilled nor eyes. | "v,,',.,' cou ld be lyins," Parn sm! · : : - : - : y . "Did t h a t question nit you w h e r e ' .-oftlv. ' ' .1 hurt'.'" he asked. j "y c .;. I c-ould be. lv.it I'm not. V\' Mo::(i;;y afternoons most of "No, it \vasn : t that. Brent k e c - o s - P c r i i a n s I'd b-.-'.ter leave tii'itj.^h , ^ J Cove 1 ' i . i n t gathered at or that «un he-cause he's the caretak- j if my'presence here is upsetting ; i - u n d some pre:c-:-:t to cnUT the r;d he mrjv ; ;:na!l dni^storc next to Mr. Crah- nx-'* i/rocesy. U w:;s then that -Has ^.vlh:.-!!! ·,, r : . i . i : c v 6 u rr.s ' ' ,- r T · N o t so far: I no o o c e t , e x : 1 :··.-! .-,r:.:.-..;h!v. i '/·,-,\,^, ri -^-.\\--.-i] i n t o 'he :ro(; s ^ ; ''ry. U w:;s men ina. Iripoei.H i i . - r : - ' .-.io'm'-"';.,','. "v.-alki-d' over to A d a m . ' h l - .U:«l f luns o f _ f r r si, ;ce c-ream ;:rl: vm'i ::.:,v :,"e-i ' M .i'r s t o n ; , n d i j e t ' . a n r u i? i - : :..^ : : ' :vf a f r r ' n : ^·--^·-'S and the ac; i a - , m , L im: iei^s. Mm-ston r e a d m . i - a r n i d n r f ! .y, ( ^ ( - m . mail was ,,,,.; i{ , V ( i n -,.» I v.r.wr. mid scralcl-.c-J the persi:,:^ . l^'j;;; 1 ]^!,. \!V ; ,^" r !^^ ^ppiv ; u; - b ;ookc. the young , , . . . 1 4 .,,,.,, u ; - ; o o c . t e y o u snd p-.it :· i,i::i: on a t a b l e ues:ue : - i h:s :s :ily. i v. .:.-, . ; ...o. ·...·- · l .i !0 .',! U .; lt iu. 1 - i looked uo from a i"-- cha;r. ; 'irst t i m e - --o ; ,i;e \vo:: ,. . . i : e i. ; -.: · v .. it .,, y 1!o .... -.,, s ,, ll!c anc beckon to "I don't see how it could pos- ; 'Hi'-s ooulo :;os. :b!y ue a ··· l " - . ; h ,. m ; v ; , ;; , Ul h c r sal lhc debon- ' ' sihiv be any more loaci-ecJ," i-,e ob- : ; ( ' r i ' ; '- " ;', - ^ !11 . · · · : ' ! t o n m i : - h ; i l : e . . o . . · ,. r u t o k n o w n.o.e . 1 "A murderer!" ins r-yt:oro\v:-.. · You can reach it m u r e easily j"'';/.'.'; : ' " : p':m' ; ; kner-s t u r n e d to j : 1! v. S m - ' ^ y :-;:l (ii.-'.vn o.uif'i-'.iy iii'id tor a n m . L i ' c - ·' ; ' l ' ' · nis figure si.-etr;(-(i t: bl'ur and ui:;- .-rolve then rf.-lurn to focus. ^ i :';er:-.:.-.u-c.. "Tiiat you're aio:ie m r," M a r y s a i d . man here anxious tv.-ll., :;ic iie ov.'c^ r::',i\. "I'm a f r a i d I owe '· ,V ·· 1,1,. : ~ - - m v S i ' - - ' - ;::;!:!!-:-\ . ''" h"i. ! ;'i .·-'.'.'" 'vi'Vi-'u''''^! Hossi bov/c ci. "I'm a f r a i d I owe , l . v - ..uc:.r'!i . ,iu . ^- Y ' 1 Y | ; V T,..- C;.rier more t h a n '.hut but I y'*^:'.' '' !II ;' I; M- CI ^T.^'.;-! don't k n o w v/h-t else to offer. I l u i ^ i v e n ' ( _'-_ ·'_"',''''.".l'.''"^^'very :!!-..rly ran her in a ditch." ' ' ' V ; i ! l ;\.', ,;!.,', ): '.' I '' ( . f n ' - . i - . ! ! ' :i - 1 v/iis c:ooS - " Ve! 'y nearly! There is nothiv.c.' n '····. n : . · · · : ' . ' l i f in : " t i c e p t , a!-i--oi-(lir.u r ; I.;. ·'··· . v.-i.d . ini: ' ' !',·· !!ir.'-l : f.'h'. l - e a r , i! r,'-Mi- - c , v.-:!! ! :i--: m . ' - ! . - ^ - - '-.i u r . i f y j . - . ' . - · . . . - ' ·' .-. ..'· '. : - r . i ! fi-.i " v a i e ;ii)out ar.cl who com o:v;::iy ;:oui!: : ; M: mixed up in t l i i s ether _lh:ni-; ·'·' !h..-i happened to you lo-iay. Arm ; · V O l i ? " Pam s ' : i : e r ; ;,i ;-.:::). 1; '.v:..- '':: - tsc'.iy w h : , t s l u - had ;; '-^ i m n K i o . . ; . ; e HI ."-pile of l l : S l l i e . : - i . . V ....'--.. .."· ; f-!.-"' A d a m Iviar.-:lun c^md be a · h i . r k : : ' . ' ' , . · /\''V, ; -^ '"' ' F t - - r- ( i - i e n e d . "T am "Orrj 7 . H was !:;-.:'·· i ih'.i;;p,hi I'd be alone on !'".e re..:i. Vv'or:'t von let me atone .-.,. ,. n ',', m :v:ri iiv btivi;;:; you a soda?" '"·'i 1 °* · Mis rm'-ie v. : as :;o enr;a;inR that l! '" '" i r : . m l-n;:;;:-,l in r - p ' t e ' o f herself. "You're fo'.'etven if it doesn't " ".me i n i i i o choiTu- rml tho cheery 1 1 1 - - Km.-'.siaii c o i i l i t i : - ! : ! i.-. ;:· ; · · : . · ( · " A '·· '·:'·· ; : l i " i i i A i i ! 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M a r s l o n i - e - d d | , :,o;r I ; K . - i:.::: I n a t w i - n - a I"'"' 1 ;,-,,,. :, m : ] ; ; n i . u -;dc-Pye(t and p o l i t i c f i ' i a u j r h t h y t i n : i l r i t i r l i i iieeil p o u n d f o o l i s h . The res.tora- ·.:-i.i- niiili"!- ^ I : i c K i ' i i ! . - i - , .-irl ' h ' - h « . i i of T " i i t n n i f m i l i t a r y prowesf t i : e e:i!!;.:.;e t . ) : . - i i . - . ; i i . - . - . · u l V l - . . , ! !:·:·:.lidess U u - n t r o t t e d over to rrmm;:'.;-. :'i. 'v. id v.-he-i ! ' ·""· Ml'. 1 -; S . c a i i i - i Z I 0 N L E A D E R--Dr. Chiam W r i / m a n n , venerable /inn- isl loader, ;nul Mrs. \Voizmann nro shown as t h e y sailed from Now for Ivnropo. Dr. \Vrizmann lias bori: .-lontionrd as possible head of the new Jewish ibtc in Tulcslinc. 1 O V K i i r O M K V O l I i i V i i f i i c i i l ! i . v . ; hy readinj; and n ; i i ^ 'The Mcssen- ' yer Classified Adtt. ' Professor l l a u ; h o f e r -- I nov; the idea flial. v.'liof'Ver f - o n i r o l l e d i ( i y n n m i Ihe ' h e a r t l a n d ' from t h e Klhe to | i (.he Vo!;'a r n u l d d i c t : i t o to t h e j joined \ F.uv.isian world," the article states. "What can the T m i t e d States do ixt the t'uc* ul till* towering .·en p o u n d l o o i i s i i . me resu.ra- , V ' , , , i i,-.,.., l i , , . - 1 !er h a n d i "i wa-- e i r h : vears old v.-m-i . . ; " ; . . . M« · Cirter'' lo,, ,.f T'-,,t.,n:- m i l i i a r y prowess ; .)-:. - i - - ' " ' I . \ · .V. , ' .'I',/,; ·.,!,, ' !t- -- v - l ' "am- hi and p r o h i b i t i o n i ·'.-., ;·"; _ .; "' ^. .V,^ R; ^ v -;?s-r;^: \ ^^i^:^ l^^^^^^^ ,,.; ,.r Itur.sinn mm. p«mi-r l.cme ,. 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