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]The Week's News of the World in Pic A SOLID TREASURY--Dwar/ed by the Khazhen, or treasury building, of the lost city of Petra, Transjordan, a party of British soldiers and their guides gaze at the magnificent building which was hewn from a rock cliff. In ancient times traders from the Mediterranean area and the East passed this way and also mar- yelled at the beauty of the Khazhen. WHAT, NO TIN ?--Having given up hope of finding a tin can at an international agriculture exhibition in Paris. this billy- goat who hails from Normandy, condescends to accept a handful of hay from five*year-old Anne-Marie Vergne. Her bearded friend was judged one of the best animals raised on European farms. ARCHAEOLOGISTS NEED NOT APPLY--Closely resembling an archaeologist's dream of a well-preserved ancient building, a new foundation for a 42-foot vertical boring mill lies completed at the General Electric works in Schenectady, N.Y. The base, which weighs about 1100 tons, will support one of the larg, cst known removable rail-type mills ever built. It contains some 100 tons of steel and 560 cubic ards of concrete. RED TRUCE TALK CHIEF RIDES IN STYLE--General Nam 11, head of the Communist dele- gates to the Panmunjom truce talks in Korea, commutes in the sleek Chrysler pictured above. It is reported that the car was confiscated from a doctor in Seoul. North Korean delegates to the talks ride in the Ford and in the Russian car. PENSIVE MOOD-- Matching the pose of a pensive statue in the Ltembourg Gardens of Paris, a hard*thinking Sorbonne student applies himself to his studies. A sure sign of the com- ing of spring are students who take advantage of warmer weather to study outdoors. Julliette Gordon Low founded Girl Scouting in United States forty yeaxs ago. OUR DEMOCRACY i ALL IN GOOD SEASON I-IE FARNEI SPRING BEGINS IN THE Fh, LL-- FOR I "r IS IN AUTUMN THAT' HE OWS HIS WINTEI GIJMN AND PLANS HIS OTHER.CROPS FoR SPR-ING PLANTINo, IN FALL AND WINTER HE RANGES FOR. SEED FERTILIZEP-.. AND NEW EQUIPMENT AND GETS NIS MACHINER.Y IN SHAPE FOP WORK IN THE FIELD WHEN THE SOIL IS READY. PART STANLEY, MOSTLY STEAMER--The Stanley Steamer above lived up to Its name when a snowstorm struck Chicago, where the American Automobile Association held special events to cele- brate its golden Jubilee. Enjoying the novel spectacle is policeman Eddie McNamara. WANTED BY THE FBI SORRY, NO KITCHEN SINK--ita Nelson cautiously inspects what appears to be the instrument panel of a jet plane, but what is actually the dashboard of Joseph Bailon's custom-built automobile. Bailon of San Leandro, Calif,, included both air speed and ground speed indicators, a record player and a snack lar when he con- $tructedi gadget car which was displayed at the third annual National Roadster show in Oakland. Calif two JOSEPH-FRANKLIN BENT;JR,. wit o.ases:a"kila Jas.ph Howard Deaf, Howard Franklin Dill, Jr., Joe Frank Bent, Carl F. Remand. Charles Rayborn, Hap Ray boms C. J. Redmam, Goore Rodmaa, C. F. Redmond, Coal Frederick odm, Gorgo Redmond, T. I Richards. Thomas Claude Richards, Slave Rlcl, Joe Tony, and arbors. UNLAWFUL FLIGHT TO AVOID PROSECUTION (Robbery, Attempted Murder and Assault) SGRIPTION Age 24, born November 30, 1927, Clay County, Me.; height, 6 feet 1 inch; weight, 175 to 185 poundel build, medium, athletic; hair brown, wavy i eyes, brown; com. plexion, ruddy; race, white; na- tionality, American ; occupations, fireman, fisherman, railway switch- man, truck driver; scars anff marks--scar on point of chin, - inch oblique scar on second joint of left index linger rear, xA-ineh ob- lique scar on back of left index fin-i ger, %-inch oblique scar above inner point of right eye, -inch horizontal scar above inner point of left eye, three /-inch scars under chin, cartilage removed from tip of nose, dim cut scar on left side of forehead, -inch scar on righ thumb, 1-inch scar on left knee .-inch scar on right elbow, bulle wound high on left shoulder; re marks---jaw has been broken am was wired, may be crooked; ap- pears extremely nervous. CRIMINAL RECORD Rent has been convicted for armed i rbberY' CAUTION lent Is armed and mely dam, gcron$. Bent has escaped freln coatlmt, be has fired at olli. cars seeking his arrest and has run fkroagb road Mocks at excessive speed. Complaints were filed before U. S. Commiuioners at San Diego, Calif., and Cincinnati, Ohio, on March 20, 1950, and November 9, 1950, re- setively, ehaxging subject with vmlations of Title 18, U. S. Code, section I073, in that he fled from the State of California to avoid prosecution for armed robbery and attempted murder and from the State of Ohio to avoid prosecution for robbery. An indictment was returned by a Federal grand jury at Cheyenne, Wyo., May 9, 1950, charging subject with a violation of the same statute in that he fled from the State of Wyoming to avoid prosecution for assault with intent to murder. Any person having information which may assist in locating this individual is requested to immedi- ttely notify the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Department of Jus- tice, Washing'ton 26, D. C., or the S.ial Agent in Clmre of the Division   Federal ureau of Investt lfted an the first page. f tim 1o' lephone directory. JUST AS THE PAPJVIERGFJS HIS I:AN TO "134E 5EASON THR-IFTY PEOPLE GEAr THEIR PLANS TO THE CHANGING NEED OFA LIFETIME. NITHIN THE LIMITS OF THEIR. .RNINS, THEY TRY TO WORK OUT A PATTERN OF" SPEt: ,t.G A,4D ,.VING THAT WILL PROVIDE THROUGH SAVINGS AND '.IFE IN,JRANCE, FOP,. THE FUTUR.E.AS WELL AS MEETING THE NEEDS OF TODAY. : to tool the elusive rt .o wm-- CRACKER TRACK--A . "S. Marine Corps amphibious "TraektoF' breaks an lee Jam in a Korean river to keep vital supplies rolling over pontoon bridge to Canadian front-line positions. Smashing ice, which would break up supply-route bridges, is o]e of the many tasks lrtormed by this versatile new fightizrg vehicle. IR RENT- REN mad 312 Fat hou: electri With Inqu In Ro reaso Wal Also 3-roe rnished.. alaartment. iperfect in on shares . B.E. Ha LOVELY HARBINGER--Tiptoeing through the tulips at the p' ' York Botanical Gardens, pretty Nancy Callaghan reminds us . ale man Winter has been shoved out of the picture by sweet and S Spring. Nancy had more than 5000 tulips from which to choOesuiAVE Y0 and clean ROUnd KNOCKED HIS BLOCK OFF? -- No, Harold Drucker of l York's East Side didn't decapitate his seemingly headless oppo Mike Gillo, of New Haven, Conn., nor are the boys part of a b troupe. Drucker "kept his head" throughout the six-round mid' weight bout in New York and was awarded the decision. Very redecor Two_ and sto GET OUT ON THE CURB SIDE Out of your car by the wrong door can be worse than"out of the frying pan into the fire!" Get out of your car on the curb side, says the AAA driver training book, "Sportsmanlike Driving." Cold shivers leap up and down the spine of the driver who sud- denly sees a car door fly open on the street side and someone step right out into his path. Next--a frantic shriek of brakes! And it's only luck if another terrified pedestrian isn't added to traffic fatality sta- tistic l Perhaps it is a little i venient to slide on the car. a few feet to the right and I by the curb-side do'or. B l a lot more inconvenient to OUrself in a hospital oken bones that won't overnight. Getting out on the street is not a sporting gesture. . haps you don't get hit yo.l But you can cause a c.,i;d crash into something else startled driver swerves to you. F'; 1., the eurb-s;de y av of sic LUnch Ouses buildin Store, RANc Cross f Seven. garag TW With leaaeltoa CLOSE CAL Od Caron ot Howland, Me. dean Kota bunker wh/ch caved in when an enemy she]] Ikill_:tm'  The ,n,umlon killed  rats IndM I bunlm', but Mortarman Caro= wa= unhurt.