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CHARM. The Princess has it — she’s a favorite with children, too
SISTER ACT. When England was in trouble, royal smiles helped sell war bonds WAR. She started with lowest ATS officer’s rank, won a promotion Following U. S. Highway l along the New England Coast, you’ll see many a lobster fisherman with his boats, his traps and brightly painted floats. ONLY BY HIGHWAY you’ll find America so thrilling, so friendly! The colorful, the curious, the friendly things that make America so fascinating are found in the fullest measure along its highways. Th^re you’ll meet them close up, at first hand . . . and in congenial company. You’ll see these exciting things and places most intimately, enjoy them most keenly, when you travel by Greyhound—for Greyhound alone follows the great highways of every one of the forty-eight States, reaching far up into Canada and down to Mexico. It isn’t just scenery that makes Greyhound one of the World’s great est carriers of passengers. Greyhound’s daily schedules are usually far more frequent than those of other transportation . . . they serve not only all the big cities, but the thousands of towns and communities in between. In a world of rocketing costs, Greyhound fares remain amazingly low. Today, Greyhound buses are comfortable, well-ventilated, many of them fully air conditioned. In the days to come, expect further strik ing innovations in Greyhound travel, more than keeping pace with IJ. S. highway construction and modernization. And remember — by Highway means by Greyhound! GREYHOUND .