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or 4- v k 4 ' 4 fx IDs wife, Margaret his to the the V j V ' - - , . . .:- f- f- .1 s ' : , ' . '.. t , .1 -i -i ' ' - k - .. " . . ; 1 , J v - -, . v ) --A --A "i ' ,;. '"'t : ' ; ( J L " i Daughter Lynn Marie Kenneth Larapinen 3Iust Wait Red Tape Keeps Family Apart BY TOM NICHOLSON i Fra Pi Staff Writer The future seemed so wonderful two years ago when I Kenneth liampinen, with the American Air Force in Scotland, married a Glasgow lassie. He'd be discharged in mid-1955 mid-1955 mid-1955 and they d set up house- house- j keeping back home in Detroit, APTITUDE TESTS mailt r U lum tkt ilti it wt V(U "I mu4 li tti kiM tU4in VOU itt4 fetltw. ifm aia a4 . t'i firli VecatloDil Counselling Institute eIK l. tiCK, OIHfCHI 951 Meikt (ill. tfmplt 11-55-1 11-55-1 11-55-1 11-55-1 11-55-1 ' Ytart Scrviaa ri.tr.it But the dream future has turned into, a pightmare. Back in his parent's home at 1B708 W. Ten Mile Read, Southfleld Township, I Ampin-en Ampin-en Ampin-en remains separated from his wife, Margaret, an a - month old daughter, Lynn Marie, he never has seen. Because of immigration rules, only an act of Congress can get the family together again. deadline by special permission of Congress. ' The Lampinens filled out the mountain of forms necessary for Congress to act. The bill has been in the hands of a House committee for several weeks. Meanwhile, Lampinen works as a real estate salesman ana saves his money. "Some guys are worse off, he said. the in t tin- tin- advantage misrepresentation each accorded as In at LAMPINEN'S long wait for his loved ones began last July. It may not end until fall. Lampinen met pretty, brown- brown- haired Marearet Wilson at a dance in September, 1953. "I'd been there only three days," he recalled. "I was a happy guy." Their future clouded in May of 1854, four months after their marriage. "Margaret hadn't been feeling well and we tpok her to a doc tor," he said. "He decided she had tuberculosis." SHE WAS treated for eight months. She was pronounced cured in November. "We started making definite plans then," Lampinen said. He was due for discharge last July. "I'd thought of staying In Scotland and going to school there," he said. "But my father was ill and I decided to come home. I figured Margaret could follow." Margaret couldn't. The fact that she had had TB made her "undesirable" in the eyes of the American Government. Lynn Marie was born Sept. 21, two months after her father returned returned to the United States. MARGARET immediately ap- ap- Epilcpsy Group Meets Thursday A demonstration by the Michigan Michigan Epilepsy Center to show how persons with epilepsy can lead normal lives will highlight the March meeting of the Greater Greater Detroit Council for Epilepsy st 8 p. m. Thursday at Mc- Mc- Greeror Library. 12244 Wood ward,, Highland Park. tiMaH tA th TTnitc-H TTnitc-H TTnitc-H Ktttta rrmaul quiet jln Gla8gow for permission to come to tne united states He for "He told her she'd have to wait untiK this fall," Lampinen said. "They have a rule against admitting former tubercular pa Read the new "Smash Success" Time In mm by Edwin O'Connor THE ATLANTIC PRIZE NOVEL J4.00 at oil booVitorat a. a .1 .! - 1. .i-1 .i-1 .i-1 nan saaa A Boak-of'tht-Manth Boak-of'tht-Manth Boak-of'tht-Manth Boak-of'tht-Manth Boak-of'tht-Manth CJua StltcHoa 1 14. Jh 55 LITTLE, BROWN j tJSk WW') Turn to Free Press Want Ad pages for used-car used-car used-car bargains. II I LI, I II DOLLARS Saved and returned to insured Auto Club members The announcement last week that this Exchange Exchange has increased its savings return to th insured members of the Auto Club 20 over last year and 50 over two years ago, again emphasizes the tremendous savings of the past. That part of the 'premium not used in carrying on the business is returned to the injured member of the Auto Club and has now reached the spectacular sum of $37,217,138. And this month of March the return alone will be another $400,000.