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DECOR V T I N f i THE N \ V Y C \ K E is I o w e i - n Pankr-. of the Pankev bakery of Hamsburg. w h i on a ' r i p to the W e s t toist I D v i s i t h i s N a v s.,n vv is erti-rtamed r o v a l l v bv the captain and officers of the dest rover I S " ? B r o w n , s h o w n be low I'u Hired I v Mr P.mkev. garbed m baker's attire, is his son, I t OR) P h i l l i p Pankev siipplv ' f f i c e r em the, d e . ' n m r \ l - o s h e w n are three members of the ship's cresv R I. 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I h H e a r s t Corp . and Hearst on nh P u h l i i a t i o n s for a F' ·ohmin about w r i t e r O u e n t i n lit olds ! r n i"l t( - n 1 ' 1 1 ' i ! i I i m _: i si i) tr i l l i t 'i i I v i t N 'Ii r i! ( o n r t \ i i ' '" ' I I i r \ i w a a - i t!i i t ' I ' m - l i t i ' l i n i r k d e c i s i o n o n ' I i ') i i l i t , ol o m n i u m s ' , 11 i n i \ i ' i i t ' h . ^ t r ' I he Bio I i t n i n It I t i t t i r I i t m r . i l o i u s . i - 1 'i i l i ! ip[. i!i d t r o - n a 1 i ' i ' i i r t i l i ( i - i o n t h a t i - m p l i v · t r t i I on IP -is's i, a 4 nil t ; i t i n pi !i ! In u n i o n said ' I n Proposes Congress Bar Mississippi Legislators Until Negroes Get Vote \ ' U M i ; i s i l,'i p \ d in ' l . i v . 111 I'o M | | Ir I) S V, -aid to · I i \ h. Ivpi , io |ri ^i nl a resnlu ' i o n ,il t ' n ITi7 si v ^ , , n of Cungrevs 'o l i r \ l i , s | s s ppi |i i s l a t o r s f t o i i 1 t h n r ( o n . n s , | ( n a l si i t s u n t i l a l l \ i i r o i s ' h a v e i In r u h t to vc te ' in i ' i it si i i I n a sp»' ( - h ,il i I ihor ral'v t h e N i ro v n ^ r s s - n a n said » recent · o u r of \ f r u a and I iirnpo led him to bi'l'cvi- Ih.il no -ni!,le i n c i d e n t h - i isi d !·. t"ii' h dam. i V Io \ n u - r i c i n pre l i k e alirnad as I he n u i r d r r of Km mi t l T i l l a ( lnca;'o \ e _ n i in M i s s i s s i p p i He salil it A as clear t h a t the recent wave of I v n e h i n g in Mississippi ' is a terror rimpaign ' or«»ni7cd bv :h« rn irenrherl w h i l e leadership to kr'p N e - r ^ - s from \nltn" and from · 'n in Mr I i I i i i i / r n hip Senate Postal Group Probes Job Sale Charges u \SHI\C.TON ir-Th«- Post of f i e e D e p a r t m e n t toda b r a n d e d a 1 - t o t a l l v i r c o r r e t t ' a s e n a t o r s c h a r g e t h a t p o s t m a s t e r s m f i ^ h t s t . i t i s h a v e hoi n r e m o v e d i l l i ., il l \ f o r p o l i t i c a l p u r p o s e ^ i h . i i r n i a n olm I . l o h n - t o n of t h e Si n a t e Post O f f i c e ( o m m i t t c i i n n o i i n c e d Moru'.iv n i ^ h l ( h i t h ' s , t n " p is c o n d u c t i n g i n v e s t i ^ . i t i n n s i n t h r e i ^ h t s t a l l ' s t o di l e r m i n w h e t h c - r postal jobs arc- hem.; so 1 .1 to r e p l e n i s h t h e ( o f f e r s o f I h r lot il f i t - p u b l i c a n c o m m i t t i t s . l o h n s t in s.nrl l h i n m m i t t e i h a s i n f o r m a t i o n i n d i c a t i n g t h a i po-t m a s t i r s a n d postal e m p l o v t s |ohs in I i \ a s a n d some o t h e r s t a t e s h , i \ c bei n sold to the h i g h e s t bid dc r I her'- i - ,i!so muc'h » v idence r d . i . i t . n ^ I'l.il t n r S.T] ( ' of r u r a l m a i l e a r n e r |ohs in m a n \ .ire.is is linn,; u i ' i l ,ts a cl» \ i t c - to rr pl( n i s h the c o f f i - r s of ( h r l o c a l l ! c ' p u b l i c an c o m m i t t e e s , he --aid N o r m a n I ! A h r a m s a s s i s t a n t posl m a s t e r g e n e r a l , d i s p u t e d the- need for a c o m m i t t e e i n v e s t i g a t i o n He s a i d t h a t if J o h n s t o n "has anv i n f o r m a t i o n of the t v p e a l l c i t t d in his s t a t e m e n t y i v e n to the prc-ss " the d e p a r t m e n t it rlf w o u l d he xlad Io i n v e s l i x a l e , »nd would see t h a t any x u i l t v persons" are pro secuted Besule* Try.is (he r o m m M t e e i n ^ i i i r v w i l l c-over M i c h i g a n Call (orm« I l l i n o i s Missouri Wisron sm. P e n n s v h a m a and N o r t h Caro lina .lohnsion said h e a r i n g s w i l l be hold in some local communities North Dakota w a s organjicd a.s a territory March ?. 1(W| and rn »ho union N'o\ * IW i the i il The Doily Register, Hormburg, Illinois Tuesda. (ktuber 11. 1955 It w a j;oxl to be w i t h L y n c h iime nuire 1 had neither seen nor heard from him -- t L n i h never A rote i - f o r y e a r s Now a«a.n l^is o u t w a r d l y nondescript ^ r a \ ·yed :iav suited E n g l i s h m a n of middle height middle class a-d middle a^e had s t r u c k like a n,e leor a i r o s s the u s u a l l v sere ie skies of my life So h« r« v uiu \ .H'ctedlv in a hiyh state of bv.nl derment a n d delijjhtedh--I w a - tt hite seagulls w i t h pale «-id i m a r k i n g s at their throats dipped ' a n d glided just abuse our heat's The w h i t e w a k e ran out behind us If the moment w a s peace'ul i there was at least no t h r e a t of d u l l ness in it B\ some process of persuasion I still did not compie hend Bertram L v n c h onetime chief of the Permanent Central Board { the old League o' Nations lon; t i m e o p e r a t i v e of the British se cret s e r v i c e o f t t i m e s p v i l h a d deduced from his e v a s i v e s lenc es) had got me included in t h i s queer y a c h t ' s queerer list of p.is senders L v n c h was on a east- If there was one thin,; cert a i n in an uncertain w o r l d it was t h a t t h ' s moment of repose w o u l d not ! ist long · Visao Sand " Lynch mused W h a t d o y o u know about h i m ' · Wry Ktt'e ' · Q u i t e Then I d best fill v o u in " W . t h one of his q u n k oddl prfr- cise m o v e m e n t s w h i c h h o w e v e r t r i v i a ! somehow a l w a y s suggested legerdemain. m friend produced a citfnret from the pockets of his gray j a c k e t lit it without the slight est' d i f f i c u l t y in the w a r m wind w h i c h blew across the deck and settled himself more comfortably against the teakwood rail · On a disorderl planet " he said, "which has imposed its own rigid order on njost lues Sand is almost the sole s u r v i v o r of an extraordinary, t y p e He f a n c i e s h.mself a ' m a n of m y s t e r y ' In sofir as he has any permanent address, it is the A v i z in Lisbon " I r.ixlded I had once got as far at least as wondering selfconscious h through the public rooms of that small, hushed, luridly overdecorat ed and supremel luxurious hotel in the outskirts of the Portuguese capital "Quite Then t h a t at once tells vou something--" Lvnch jerked his head in the general direction of the y a c h t ' s bow "Among the guests of the A v i z h a v e been n u m bered some of the most powerful men on earth But men of a spe c i a l breed Those who use their influence--and it is immense--to keep all references to themselves out of the press,, not to get them in I've heard it said that Gulberxkian who's worth well over a billion dol lars has literally never been photo graphed " Servke. Inc. Copyright 195S bv Jofcn W Vanfercooli the first name t h a t W e s t Indies 1 thought that iiuluce heail " iiient enough " libble his wa came into m L v n c h bobbed that head w i t h .1 kind of pompous busy ness · \ e s sir' 1 l o u n t m v s i - l f v e r \ f o r t u n a t e Oeane here anil I v e w o r k e d t o s t t h e r be'oie If I m.i\ sav so w i t h !rcjt s i u i f s s Though Professor leatie of murse is an a m a t e u r if 1 mav also sav so sir 1 also cuunt vou v e r v f o r t u n a t e L v n c h I perceived was pla.vin-: a role s mp'v t h a t of a p r i v a t e d e l e i t i v e -intious to please his boss and ket p his job \ detective one felt not of the f i r s t r a n k 1 found m v s o l f hem*: e x a m i n e d bv is chill and i l e a r a pair of bh e e v e s as I v e e v e r seen \ 11:40 sand was broad shouldertn! and deep chested The smooth and perfei t 1 manicured h a n d v v h u h envelop ·d m i n e w . i i i u n e t i s v anil mid H i s h.i r m a t l v p a r t e d m the m i d lie was some A here b e t w e e - i to\s and i;rav Ihoiiich t h e n 1 u.is an e x t r a o r d i r t a r v s t i l l n c s ^ about t h e h i g hodv 1 somehow k n c i w . t h »io ne«l of prcxif t h a t it w is i i pa hie of s w i f t and p o w e r f u l m \ i r v e n t ' So." said the bu man 1 am g l a d , h o w e v e r belatedlv to meet vou. Professor Heane Or l i k e most of v o u r c o u n t r v r n e n do vou prt ter the simple '.Mister'" " M i s t e r , bv all m e a n s · "It surprises me " said s.mil w i t h w h a t seemed to me an u n necessanh searching look ' t h a t vou were able to join u» j t so short a notice " It was not a question but I an swered it ' Happilv term had j u s t ended I was able to u n l o a d some u n f i n ished w o r k on m v colleagues For a price, of course " X iggo Sand inclined his head "Mr Lvnch c a m e to me h u h l v recommended ' he said more no litelv "So h i word in i t s t u r n carried weight He has told vou of course, of our l i t t l e escapade ' His English w a s assured a s t h e rest of him and onlv s h ^ h t l v ac cented I'ndoubtedlv he knew h a l f a dozen other l a n g u a g e s "\terel t h a t there s some sort of treasure h u n t m the o f f i n p And that it i n v o l v e s a v a c h t t r i p to the Sjiul deuned a d i s t a n t smile He took from a s m a l l table l\ his ih.i r w h a t looked like w h a t in d e - d w.is a l o i i d u i t o r s baton It u a s made of ebonv polished from loiii: use I t s i \ , » r v t i p v ^ a s v e l l o w ·sand bewail to stroki and fordle it ' It does not s u r p r i s e vou " he asked ' t h a t upon so in-iocent an a d v f i i t u i e 1 emplov a dt let l i v e ' " ' \it pai t i c u l a i Iv · \ V h v not '" ' In the f i r s t placv " I s.iul r a t h er t a r t l v 1 am not persuaded of i t s i n i u u t ' i u e ' \ \ h e n 1 c a ' l on poo p.e e v e n on m u l t i m i l l i o n a i r e s . I like to IK* a s k ( d to sit d o w n ' So '" said \ uao Sand ' In the sei ond p l a t e it s been mv observation that w h e r e large si.nis of monev are i n v o l v e d , as I a s s u m e w II be the i ase p a r t i c u l a r l v w h e n t h a t nio'iev is in t o n i rete f o r m thi t - e is a l w a v s an ele ·nent of d a n c e r It would seem to me onlv n a t u r a l Mr Sand t h a t v o u w o u l d t a k e p r e c a u t i o n s t o p r o t o i l v o u r s e l f I w o u l d also t h i n k it onlv common sense to h a v e some professional^ alert persons aboard v o u r boat t o keep a n « v e o n t h i s suppositious t r e a s u r e w h e n and if v o u found it " · Please Mr D e a n e ' \ -t boat ' The V i t t o r i a is a s h i p ' (To Be Continued) 12.95 Correct ·larman SI vie \ quart of milk f a m i s h e s loo per cent of the d a i l v c a l c i u m re inurement of the a v e r a g e man TRADE NOW Cool Heoter FLORENCE WARM MOKMM: Lowest Possible I'rices Eas Credit No Carrx ing Charge C. F. GIDCUMB EAST SIDE SQUARE Y o u ' l l knoic vou ic ( n r r i - ' t K l r t - J v\ In n v o u ttear t h i s Mat L I t i p J.IMII in M i i h a I ' l u r or ·.·! v -int. It tlf»ifriiel e\pri--slv for - u r \\ v\« i r A t u l it v*.n iicsi!i»-ii w i t h stu irtin-s, a i n l " i i i f . n l in iniini, loO, a t h e t w o - v i l t s t \ l u i ' j antl l«w Inn- · i l h u u i t t f l i u x U o m i U -li"w. ( n u n in to sx us and l i t us til \ o u in a |Mir. TAYLOR M t NS .YE i R Clothes Men Like L j n c h ' s ^ r a v e v e s left mv face -- I am nearlv" a head taller--and w i t h the cautious watchfulness which is the fixed habit of his life s w i f t l y searched the deck in front of us" It was empty L v n c h briskly nodded ' It'.s a*- tonrshmg how "little I reallv h a v e to tell ou Sand lets it be k n o w n that he" w a s born in Sweden. But even that is not certain At pres ent. his official nationality I be h t v e , is Portuguese Vou observe a pattern" Sand has been most rigorouslv --and profitablv --neutral during two world w a r s I kno-v one of hii bank accounts is in Tan gier. another in Zurich I do not know w h e r e else L n c h ' s u s u a l l v u n r r v e a l i n g f a c e was touched for a moment w i t h pure env v "Sand is reputed to pav no in rome t a x N o t a n v w h e r e W h e r e others b a r t e r in oil leases Sand trades, m whole Sheikdoms In th' international black money m a r k e t In a r m a m e n t A n v t h i n j ? to t u r n a pretty million Yet so far as u e . er t h a t ' s to sa I, can discover, in not one of the coun tries my client has frequented has he a police record Not so m u c h a* t r a f f i c v i o l a t i o n I glanced a t m v w a t c h I t w a - t i m e for our appointment 1 \nd no\- " I said m u s m s l v · t h e r o m a n t i c M r Sand, w i t h -and mav h e a v e n help h i m -- v o u for i his p r i v a t e e v e -- L v n c h , w h o hates s l a n ^ tlosc-d h i s eves in anguished d i s a p p r o v a l a n d b o d y g u a r d , a n d mo for hi-lper s a i l s yo ho for the W e s t l - n l i f s m s e a r t h of buried t r f a x u r i ' One at l e a ~ t o b s e r v e s a c h i n _ ; o o f p.uc- W e Kvl tx-^ui to s a u n t e r for \\ i r d ov i r thr spotless det k in the d i r e t t - o n o f s..nd'~ c a b i n L v n t h ^ t o p p e d a n d - l a v e me an exld look ' f h n t i s t h e i n f o r m a t i o n w- h a v e S t a n t v t h o u g h it w a s Sand and these s i n g u l a r people who re w i l h h i m a r e o n their u a t o t h e | i a n h l x - a n W h e r e p r e c i s e l y . I i don t k.-n · H i s purpose -- this m u c h he has told m e - -- i s to recov ' er a sum of monev It must be a v r\ l a r ^ e onr or It w o u l d not tn te rest \ i ^ ^ ' o Sand I believe It is in specie ' L v n c h smiled "I l a k e it it is buried, or at lea .t ronci-aled for I a s s u m e few pro pie s i m p l v l e - a v e lar^e s u m s l y i n y about \s to i t s bem; p i r a t e t r e a s ure remember our planet has hern beset hv other pirates than t h e buccaneers . . . | The s u i t e of thr V i t t o n a ' s o w n C r entered bv a door marked w i t h a discreet ' \. ' extended all the w a y across the ship directly h*low · the bridge The Kntfli.sh steward in a w h i t e jacket who opened to our knock was as professionally commonplace as Lvneh himself 1 Vi^^o Sand did not rise w h e n we came in Me had on a per fectlv tailored suit of i m m a c u l a t e w h i t e flannel, a w h i t e silk shirt and a Nile green tie Lynch led me forward w i t h un characteristic bustle "This u Mr Dcanc, Mr Or per haps I should say Professor Deane When JIMJ Miggested, Mr Sand. , if might be a sound idea if I was in h i «· in .1 MX'1.11«\ is I Inlil Mr Fblger's Is the one coffee specially made to give you MORE HAVOn PER (UP Folger's starts with more than good coffee. They choose only Mountain-Grown coffees, coffees that nature maL.cs richer, heartier, more flavorful. They blend and prepare them with a unique century-old Folger "touch." And they blend to a flavor, not to a formula. That's why Folger's gives you a richer more vigoious flavor, a distinctive, nnifvrm flavor that coffee experts iay has never been equalled. I I a \ c \ou tiied Mouiitain-Croun Folgei'i lately.-* f IO MUCH IICHII IN FLAVOR YOU AM URGED TO US! % US! THAN WITH ItSStH FLAVORED BRAND* r D R I P GRIND COFFEE · . * /TS MOVfiSTAlM i ww f mono »«t C**T"«M. V v s» ipsi 0Ci i IVE»coi"-. -

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