9 Â· . . ; Â· Â· ' . . ' - . - - . - ' Â· - " . Â· - ' - - ' ' ' Got a job for this giant killer ? Her j* proof of the reserve strength in GMCs 370 Â· , that pays off in any operation, . ' D EBP In the pine woods, this 2tt.ton CMC, with locally added trailing axle, wades Into a pile of forest glanta, using Its power take-off to flip 1,000- pound logs onto Ita back. In ten minutes It has a staggering load-and practically ' noroadtohaulltover. , - ; . , . , i - . You may never need to subject your tracks to such grueling service, but experience like this Is your assurance of stamina and reserve strength far beyond normal requirements. .,;.- \ And the CMC 370 can be yours for him- drtd* of dollart leu than comparable : competitive trucks. Just check with your Â· CMC dealer.; Â·Â·,/.-; - _ , . , Â· .-.,.- Â·_-/., ., Ithutnttit '" - - ' - Â· ' Â· Â· - Â·MC in rated 19,600 GVW-22,000 with optional H4). front axlf. 20fl-hp V8 or 140-hp Six. MUl-DW Mill, softghmnd, down Mid up ,Â· rarlnw. it totes Â» HÂ«renlÂ«an payload t day In and dÂ»r out In th* tlmbtrlands ,Â·' of North Carolina. Flw tripsÂ» day, six VÂ« dÂ«jri Â· wÂ«k the year aremuWnd It sUyiastrangwtotharepatrshopI ., MONEY- Frtw 1/2-toB to 45 tout GuoHm ntf Diettf Ask Probe of Pan Am Data Leak WASHINGTON UR -- The Civil Aeronautic* Board haÂ« asked the Juitlee Department to Investigate the Â· leak of a "highly confidential" memorandum on Pan American Work Alrwayi lubildlei, CAB Chairman Jamei R. Durfee disclosed Tuesday. He made the dltcloiure in testifying before the Senate In veitlgatloni subcommittee on another CAB leak involving the award of a profitable New York-Miami route to Northeail Alrllnei lait Auguit He laid there have been two other major leaka alnce the Northeast incident. Â·Â·,-, Â· One lait December Involved the Pan American subsidies. Durfee said the other dealt with recommendations by the board'* rate division on a general rate Increase for airline*. Ha teitl fled that the CAB has been plagued by Information leak* for years. , Â« Â· Â· . Â· DCRFEE SAID that In the Pan American crte 2 of 56 memoranda dealing with a subsidy audit of the airline coult not be accounted for later. About a week after they had b e e n circulated among members ef the CAB and 1U staff, he said, he learned from a Pan American official that unau thorized persons had the Information in thÂ« memo*. He Im piled the unauthorized person* were not Pan American ofW dais. Durfee' proposed ' that ' the CAB and slmlfar regulatory agencies be protected by law From both "leak*" by their em- ployes and from "pressure" by Interested psrtle*. Â· Â· Â· Â· Â· ' ACTING SUBCOMMITTEE Chairman Henry M. Jackson (D-Waih) told Durfee he fully Jet Disintegrates, Â· Â· . " Â· ' . 'Fastest Man' Killed M E L U N - vrjXAROCHE. Franco (Jft--"The Fastest man In Europe"--French test pilot Charlea Coujon -- was killed Tuesday when hi* Trident jet Interceptor disintegrated 1 n flight. Goujon, 48, won his nickname when he piloted the supersonic craft recently at 1,300 mph. The twin-jet Trident was making a rocket-assisted vertl cal climb when It seemed to fall apart agreed. Jackson and Durfee said dlimlnal Is the 'only pen alty which can now be Imposed on employes who leak Informa tlon, and even this must be done under civil service procedure*, Jackson called for criminal pen- Â»wk, Mlf* W4, *Uy tt, 1H7 INDEPENDENT-Pij. Â§Â£.,' altieÂ«. ' -Â· The Senate subcommittee for several weeks has been inveitl- gating premature leak of the CAB's declilon In the Northeast Airlines route ca*e. Northeast (lock climbed sharply the next day and som* persons with n., side information made quick! market profit*. " " FASTEST AIRGOAGH TO NEW YORK *99 Over two hours faster to Washington $ 98 : Â· fasteet aircoach East-nonstop to New Yotk or Washington Â· the fint luxury aireoach-reawved Â§eaU-lounge i Â· meala served aboarf (when purchased with your ticket) Â· Â· aD^oach aervioe-Â«onvenient schedules Â· Â· 'Â· Â· Â· ' . use Ameiican'a "Go Now-Pay Later" Han when convenient AsMrieas! also Â·Â«Â·Â»Â»: New York-only 7 hrt. 4Â» mlns. 'Â· Leave (POT) 830 am and 8:30 pm Â·Washington-only 7 hr*. 15 mint. Leave (POT) 8:4Spm fÂ«iÂ«fÂ»Â«tiÂ«Â«t, MÂ« nÂ»f Irml Â«!Â»Â«Â» Â«f cell Ammttttn ef HtmlÂ«tt B.IT71 Steel caddies take the It ordinarily takes 3 to 4 miles of walking to play a round of golÂ£ Today, players may choose to ride at least part of the distance in an electric-drive golf cart. This new convenience smooths out the hillieat course, making Â· golf a faster, more relaxing game. ' V, . ' ' "Steel caddies" are now available for hire at most Western golf clubs.' One course, the Thunderbird-Country Club at Palm Springs, California has ' a fleet of eighty Autoette "Golfinobiles" at the disposal of golfing guests. '; Built by Wayne Manufacturing Company, Pomona, these Golfmobiles are Â· built with United States Steel Sheets to make them strong enough to take the continual banging of golf dubs and" spiked shoes. Â· " Â· Â· - . . ' Western golf NEW IDEAS FOR OLD KITCHENSi You'll be gurprised bow easy It U to add new ' storage and work space and provide for ' built-lns when you modernize with steel. To help you streamline your kitchen. * we would like to send you a book of ' Ideaa on kitchen layout, lighting, ventl- Â· lation and color schemee. For your free ' copy of tbla U. S. Steel Kitchen Planning Book, write the address listed below. ' \ '-" ' V JL ' ' HEAVIER LOADS can now be trucked over highways -without increaiing weight 1 Lighter trailers make the difference. Designed by Tlmpte Brothers, Denver, these Â· lightweight units have the strength of heavyweights because they're built with USS "T-l" Steel ThiÂ»new construction material is 3-timea stronger than ordinary ' carbon steel making it an effective weight-reducer.. Used in the above Timpte Cargo Trailer (being loaded with 89,000 pounds of tractors), USS "T-l" Steel trimmed 3,800 Ibs, off its weight... giving the trucker Â· that much extra payload he cnn legally haul Steel for every purpose from a single source... United States Steel COLUMBIA-GENEYA STEEL DIVISION 2087 L Slausan Avenue, Los Awlis SB, California. Phone: LUdlow 5-1171 c," : ~ : ' ' ' -\ r .' "?Â·Â·'. : '. '.^ : y Â·' POWER FOR PORTLAND comei bumming through thk new 176-mile trana- mbaion line--largest thla aide of the Rockies (345,000 volt*; about triple the Â· capacity of conventional high voltage ; line*.) Lines like thla depend on steel i . . . . up to 20 tons to build each of the , . , giant towers and USS Wire to reinforce ', , the three cables that conduct the super , voltage. This steel core givea cable the I , strength to span great distances and ; : withstand high winds. .-, -.-Â· . , : , ;Â· ON BEING CONSISTENT: Producing the right sto^l for customers' needs is only half of our job at United Slotos Steel. The olKer par! is duplicating that enact quality slepl every lime the customer places on order.
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