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tion that nothing is worth a great ex- every man fears to show his real
penditure of emotion." self most of us would probably be
"Jim, you talk like Aunt Mary." called 'old women' if we did."
"There it is, Margie. It is why (To Be Continued Tomorrow)
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That 17-year-old Harvard prodigy
who has vowed never to wed because
of "an experience that came into my
life" is another proof that the grand
old custom of spanking never should
have become obsolete.
Sueleiman Bin Musa, the sultan of
Selongor, has affirmed his loyalty to
Great Britain and has issued an edict
in accordance to his people. Probab
ly he can see longer than some otherj
people. Yes, we beg pardon. ,