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MORE TEETH LOST
FROM HEGLECIED GUMS imnomtewt Nothing beats brushing the teeth wfth Forhan’s after meals to help prevent tooth decay But today, too many people are forgetting about their gums. ^ _ Cleaning teeth is not mouth. TO keep teeth beautiful and healthy, you must keep your gums in good, firm condition. So see your dentist regularly and start at once—use ‘double-purpose' Forhan’s—made especially for soth- massaging ttu'Doma-rwnte' gums to be firmer (more able to ward off Infection), and keeping your teeth naturally bright and clean. Your teeth are priceless posses sions. Don’t wait for tender, bleeding gums to warn you of Gingivitis — a mild cum inflam mation-* neglect of "which often leads to dreaded Pyorrhea which qnly your dentist can help. Bee him. Then start using double purpose Porhan’s today to help keep guns strong and firm, teeth naturally bright and lustrous. rorhqn’s $n the finest tradition . . . 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At Good Bopg Rd. At HtlhreoA Arc. -- - - FAO Urged to Rush Technical Assistance To Shortage Areas Sir Herbert Broadley of Great Britain today urged a prompt start on getting technical assist ance to less productive farm areas all over the world. Sir Herbert, deputy director of the Food and Agriculture Organ OSCAR GANS, Heads FAO conference. ization of the United Nations, spoke in, the second day of the PAO’s annual conference. President Truman was «n the program for an afternoon speech. Oscar Oans, Cuban Ambassador to the United States, was elected chairman of the conference yes terday. In his opening address, he stressed the far-reaching effects the PAO’s policy decisions would [have on the world’s undernour ished peoples and warned that failure to gauge the nature of the problems attached to the present food situation “might mean a worsening of the general economic disequilibrium existing today.” Dodd Proposal Praised. Dr. Gans called the proposal of Norris E. Dodd, PAO director gen eral, for creation of an interna-, tional commodity clearing house “a very bright effort” to solve a global economic problem. But he said he doubted that agreement on the proposal could be reached at this conference. Representatives of 58 nations are conferring through \he FAO on how to feed the world better, by routing surplus food into areas of need and by increasing produc tion where it now is too small. Sir Hubert said plans to extend technical assistance in underde veloped areas have been given added importance by President Truman’s proposal last January for such aid. The deputy director added that “even if all goes well,” funds for an expanded program of provid ing "know-how” probably will not be available before the middle of next year. In the meantime, he asked an PAO committee to make f vajl^ble $100,000 for preparatory work. Scales Down Plan. Mr. Dbdd scaled down his pro posal for setting up an interna ttohal commodity •clearing house. Originally it waa proposed that guch -ah agency be created with a! $5,000,000,000 capital, most of which would come from the Unit ed States. Mr. Dodd revised this figure down to $1,000,000,000. The plan would provide for the bank to facilitate transfer of foods' from surplus to shortage areas. Whether the scale-down in financial plans would result in their acceptance by the United States remained indefinite. United States officials have token cogni zance of what they view as a growing disinclination of Con gress to vote further large sums for foreign aid programs. The PAO next week may choose a site for its permanent home, possibly in the Washington area. A site commission is slated to organize today and begin consid eration of several locations. Four Washington area sites are under study; as well as locations in New York City, Denmark, Italy and Switzerland. Sites in this re gion are one at the University of Maryland, two near Bethesda, Md., land one near Dalecarlla Reservoir. 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A ai .___ ■ Broken Romance Blamed For Suicide of Student By the Associated Press CHAMPAIGN, 111., Nov. 22.—A broken romance Was listed by au thorities as the motive for the suicide of a University of Illinois student. The body of the youth, James Robert Edwards, 21, of Cham paign, was found yesterday in a cemetery near the campus where authorities said he had shot and killed himself. A .32-caliber pis tol was near his body. He had been shot through the heart. Coroner Don Wikoff said Jayne Dutler, a student at Illinois Nor mal University in nearby Bloom ington, told him she had broken her engagement with Edwards during her visit at the university homecoming celebration in Cham paign over the week end. Balenger Joins Board Of Farm Loan Group MARTINSBURG, W. Va., Nov. 22. (Special).—Raymond S. Bal enger, Bunker Hill, has been named to the Board of Directors of the‘National Farm Loan As sociation, Winchesta, Va. He will fill the vacancy created by the death of Wilbur H. 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