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Thug, Work, and Angry: AnonymouUS 19(Thu)2T:09.37 NO.42077873 Hey /k/, I'm afraid of being targeted by the junkies and bangers that I have to ride the bus with; I want to start a micro-hive so I can defensive carry bees or wasps (pic related). Hear me out: 35 KB JPG >The longer I'm a bee keeper the more I'll get stung, and the greater resistance I'll develop to the sting's effects. I can probably find a pheromone spray to keep the bees on my side, too. >I'm a scrawny femme with no defensive training and a lot of neck injuries, so I can easily be overpowered, disarmed, or incapacitated. If any of that happens with conventional carry-choices I'm screwed. As long as I release the bees they'll continue to do God's work even if I'm unconscious or constrained >Some people are thug lyfe enough to not be intimidated by being shot or stabbed. Nobody is thug lyfe enough to not be intimated by bees. Bees are mortally terrifying. >If I pull a knife or gun then the crowd will instantly turn on me and yell at me to stop, because I can still be reasoned with. >If I pull a jar of bees the crowd will turn on my aggressor because I can release the bees at any moment, and a swarm of angry bees cannot be reasoned with. >If I pull a knife or gun then I have to deal with the legalities of doing so, and witness reports from the crowd could condemn me. >If I pull a jar of bees the cops will disregard the call because it's too outlandish. What're your thoughts, /k/? Femanon likes Jazz
Thug, Work, and Angry: AnonymouUS
 19(Thu)2T:09.37 NO.42077873
 Hey /k/, I'm afraid of being targeted
 by the junkies and bangers that I
 have to ride the bus with; I want to
 start a micro-hive so I can
 defensive carry bees or wasps (pic
 related). Hear me out:
 35 KB JPG
 >The longer I'm a bee keeper the more I'll get
 stung, and the greater resistance I'll develop to the
 sting's effects. I can probably find a pheromone
 spray to keep the bees on my side, too.
 >I'm a scrawny femme with no defensive training
 and a lot of neck injuries, so I can easily be
 overpowered, disarmed, or incapacitated. If any of
 that happens with conventional carry-choices I'm
 screwed. As long as I release the bees they'll
 continue to do God's work even if I'm unconscious
 or constrained
 >Some people are thug lyfe enough to not be
 intimidated by being shot or stabbed. Nobody is
 thug lyfe enough to not be intimated by bees. Bees
 are mortally terrifying.
 >If I pull a knife or gun then the crowd will instantly
 turn on me and yell at me to stop, because I can
 still be reasoned with.
 >If I pull a jar of bees the crowd will turn on my
 aggressor because I can release the bees at any
 moment, and a swarm of angry bees cannot be
 reasoned with.
 >If I pull a knife or gun then I have to deal with the
 legalities of doing so, and witness reports from the
 crowd could condemn me.
 >If I pull a jar of bees the cops will disregard the
 call because it's too outlandish.
 What're your thoughts, /k/?
Femanon likes Jazz

Femanon likes Jazz

Baseball, Countdown, and Drake: STATES-FOUNDED 1771 THE OLDEST DAILY NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED THE WEATHER U. S. Weather Bureau Forecast The Philadelphia nquirer and vicinity Philadelphia Cloudy with rain showers and a few thandershowers likely Mon- day. Clearing and warm Tues- day. Precipitation probabillty 80 percent Monday LATE METRO LEDGER Sun rises Sun sels Moon sets 5.49 A. M. 8:25 P. M 11:48 P. M. PUBLIC THE PEOPLE AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER FOR ALL Daily: Home Delivery 60 Cents Per Week MONDAY MORNING. JULY 21, 1969 Conrisht 199 by Triancle Publications, Inc, Vol. 2 No 21 TEN CENTS MAN LANDS ON MOON 'Eagle Has Landed,' Astronauts Say 2 Stay Inside, Describe Land As Gray, Dusty Man HOUSTON, July 20 (AP). landed on the moon at 4:18 P. M. Sunday. Two men, Neil A. Armstrog and Ed- win E. Aldrin Jr., 240,000 miles away from Earth, came to a dusty landing on the moon's surface, the first men to touch its alien soil. "Tranquility Base here," said Aldrin, an has landed." From some 60-odd miles above the moon, Air Force Lt. Col. Michael Collins in the com- mand ship Columbia chimed in with "fantastic." The unofficial time of the Eagle's landfall on the moon's Sea of Tranquillity was 102 hours, 45 minutes and 42 seconds after blastoff last Wednesday, July 16, from Cape Kennedy, Fla. You're looking good here," said ground control We're going to be busy for a minute," Armstrong said moments after touchdown Very smooth touchdown," said Aldris. SThe first minutes on the lanar surface were mostly silent, as Armstrong and Aldrin quickly readied everything Sn tbeir spider-like space taxi for an emsergency blast-off, if necessary. The initial moments were for a decislon on whether to stay on the dusty surface. The spacecraft engine began kicking up dust from the moment it was 40 feot above on its descent. Armstrong's first description of the landing area was terse. He apologized for taking a little longer than planned in his landing. The auto-targeting was taking us right into a football fieldsized crater, he said, with a large number of big boulders and rocks and it required us to fly manualy over the rock field to find a reasonably good area. "It looks like a collection of just about every varlety Air Force colonel. "The Eagle BAUNITED STATES AP Wibto of shapes, angularities, granularities just about every variety ASTRONAUTS EDWIN ALDRIN (LEFT) AND NEIL ARMSTRONG GATHER ROCK SAMPLES IN SIMULATED MOON LANDING. of rocks you can find." Aldrin reported. Aldrin said there didn't seem to be much color, but he said some rocks in view Look as though they will have some interesting color to them." This one-sixth G (gravity) is just like in an airplane" Armstrong said. When told by ground control there were lois of smiling faces around the world, Armstrong replied, There are two of them up here Ground control reported at 4:32 P. M. that Eagle's Allen Returns to Phils Egyptian Jets, 7000 at Franklin Institute Skinner Says He Maylsraeli Planes Cheer News of Touch-Down Start Play Thursday Battle at Suez [stretched some 80 feet aeross A number of figures in spaceSystems looked good after the landing. This was important, the room, and propelled along suits stand sentinal along the because the ship must carry the astronauts back into orbit by escaping air, simulating the Institute's corridors, and modonday By MERRIE SPAETH Of The Inquirer Stoff tory of major league baseball The Phillies star first base- man, one of baseball's great srsell and Egyptian Jets bat enthusiasts wbo crowded into By ALLEN LEWIS TEL AVIV, July 20 (AP). Collins talked to "Tranquility Base" and sald "it sure More than 7000 moon-lifghtction-reaction principal that els of each of NASA's three of The Inquirer Staff Richie Alen, who vowed alsiuggers, was restored to the tled over the Suez Canal Sun- the Franklin Institute scien Propel the moon rocket itself.space capsules-Gemini, Mer-sounded great. You guys did a fantastic job." most four weeks ago that he elab's payroll Sunday after à 26- day and raided each other's ter museum on would never again play for the day Phillies, is back after wbat is moroing conference with Man ighting since the mideast war at 4:20 P.M. after a dramaballoon rocket. A two-foot gold Many, particularly those from Thank you," replied Armstrong. "Just keep that orbit- ing. base ready for us." "Will do," replied Collins in Columbia, "Contact light on. Engine off. Eagle has landed Three awards have been pre-cury and Apollo-are on dis- Sunday let out thunderous roar of joy whencntedeach day during the play. In all, about 10,000 persons Jongest distance traveled by a isited the museum Sunday. suspension following & ritory in some of the heaviesthe lunar module touched dowwn Progress of the moon flight for believed to be the longest sus ager Bob Skinner, Allen then pension without pay in the bis left Connie Mack Stadlum for of 1967, Each side claimed it filled aoproach The obseryers gathered tense trophy wrill go to the overall Outside the Greater Phlladelphia ly in front of more than 20 tele-winner TOO BUSY AT CONTROLS his Germatown home to "do shot down a large number of Some throwing Almost immediately, mission control began referring to the landed men with a new radio call sign, Tranquillity Base," dropping the old code name, "Eagle." During the descent, Armstrong said, he was too busy with the control panels to pick out some of the required landmarks. Mission control told him not to worry After giving their landing craft's system a quick check, Armstrong and Aldrin simulated a countdown to make sure everything was set for their blastoff Monday. Armstrong reported there were several alarm signals Continued on Page 6, Column 4 planes Egypt said It down 17 Israel vision sets set up along the Rivaling tbe balloon rocket Jets and called it the "Arabs institute's corridors to provide cotest in popularity with the Left Wreck Scene MAY START THURSDAY Police to Flla Älen, who will bave to work greatest victory since 1967 continuous coverage of the youngsters was a "frictionless rocket chair, in wbich you can Page of Astronout Pictures on out for a Yew days to get back Each side elaimed it shot down moon light, into playing condition, is expect a large number of planes, ed do be in uniform Thursday mght, when'the Phillies open a jets and called it the "Arabs the successful conclusion of an- Page 5 Another Picture, Re- lated News and Com ment on Well-wishers all over the city propel yourself in any direction Complaint On Kennedy Egypt said it down 17 Israeli slso breathed sighs of reliof at by releasing jets of air. Among many other special greatest victory" since 1967other critical phase of the moon exhibits are one of astronaut Pages 3, 4, 6, The Phillies lost, 1-0, 1lo the israel admitted losing twolight. A crowd of thousands out-food, and continuous showings Cubf in the opener of doubleheader Story and Bozscore on Page 20 planes and said five Egyptian Bide Independence Hall broke of space ftight films furnished planes were down, three MIGSnto applause at the terse, tele-by the National Aeronautics and and two Sukhoi SU-7 fighters, and 12. EDGARTOWN, Mass., July 20 (AP),A complaint charing Sen. Edward M Keanedy with leaving the scene of an ccident four-game series with the Hous- ISLAND ATTACKED will be sought as the result of Q4 auto wreek in which a wom He may or may not be in the day with an Isracli commando at the sclence museum at 20th Space Administration Continged on Page 3, Columu 4 vised announcement We're on the moon." More than twice the usual Davis Visits Wailing Wall Millions of Words Tell Tale The fighting began early Sua Dumber of visitors turned up ton Astros in the Astrodome. World Press Hails Venture an died, police said Sunday The vietim, Mary Jo Kope starting lineup at that time, de- attack on an Egyptian island st, and the Parkway despite chne, 28, of Washington,, form. pending er secretary to the late Sen on. Robert F. Kebnedy (D., N. Y.) was riding in a car that skidded len incidents, watch cost the Suez Canal for the first the Apollo 11 moon mission. off a narrow bridge and into a Richie about $12,000 of his re- ime since the 1967 war, and Adult visitors took a m0on pond on Chappaquiddick Island, Poled $75,000 salary, occurred in Egyptian jets then took to the space quiz, and found the ancitement built up slowly in make dealines as the big mo morning on his physical condi- fortress in the Gulf of Suez. sloppy weather to viow and Israeli planes followed up by experience scores of special The latest in a long line of hitting Egyptian positions across exhibits and programs spun of JERUSALEM, July 20 (APY American entertainer Sao3my Davis Jr. visited the Watlng Seated at long, gray tables,'down, one mlion words will watl on Sunday. He said be learphones to their heads, at have been seat to all parts of had been looking forward to HOUSTON, July 20-The ex-loast 150 newsmen rushed to the world Sunday and Mondayseeing the Wall-the Jews' most By DONALD C. DRAKE Of The Inquirer Staff Kennedy was driving. He re-New York June 24 when Richie air to raid Israeli targets in the swers to questions like How portedly escaped with what spfaled to show up for a twl-night occupled Sinaj Desert parently was only a mild con- doubleheader with the New cussion The accident happened be tween 11 P. M. Friday and 1 bill, whlch bgan at 5:05 P.M., ritory. A.M. Saturday, bat went unre- Skinner announced Richle had Military communiques from in touch with the Institute's own newsmen and television writers change anything went wrong, Japancse, German, Italian, ported until 10 A M. Saturday. been suspended without pay, "L am firmly convinced there Allen's reaction was quick and Israeli Mirage was shot down by in an opinion poll on the sig-Loudspeakers bleamed was no neglizence involved, typlcal: "Good, I need a vacea antiafrcraft fire during the com. nifioance of the moon trip, Police Chiet Domicic J. Arena tion. The next day he said. ed Jater Sunday morning, nine n the spacious Ben Frankin the ground cod Apollo 11 and careers would be ruined toid newimen Sunday. "But the "I'm through withthe Phillies mando raid, another was downBoom youngsters from 5 to 12 closed-cireuit televislon matter of the time period after until they trade me. the accident, there is, in my sacred shrine-ever aince he The total number of words be- coaverted to the Jewish religioa much would you weigh on the Building One at the Manned ment approeched The clatter of the typewriters ing written is many times one in 1935 Israeli sald the pilots of its moon?" in exhibits soattered all Spaceeraft Center two downed aircraft balled out over the museum. This is the low modernistic made it difficult to bear. million, however, beeause many In the next few hours history correspondeats send in their sto- York Mets at Shea Stadlum Between games of the twin safely and landed in ISraeli ter More than 150 ham radio op-alte building that has been 3n The Inquirer erators all over the world weretaken over by more than 2500 would be made and, by ries over telephones Departments and Features requiring a backup system for Mexican. the the astronauts to make it offThe accents and languages Amuiements Egypt and Cairo Radio said onelham radio station, taking part from ell over the world. Death Notiees 14 Editorials 12 Obituaries t 16, 17 Sports 20 la 26, erytic comnsunication between the mnoon, many promisiog are many and varied and the I0, 11 writers of each nation seem to Basiness and Financial Ever since Wednesday, there stic together mon in the afternoon and six more years old stood patiently in long itors showed figures indicating bas been a bustle in this place Efforts made to contact Allen in the evening, Caire said most nes to take part in a balloon the umber of minutes into the bat it was reaching a cim Apolo 11 is probably the most Classified Ads K is speculated here that rocket contest. Balloons were mission, hunar revolutions and wires what haye you Western Union here said that iby the time Apollo 11 spiashes Continued on Page 3, Column 1Comica 26 to 38 Televislon and Badio 31 Page 2, Column 4 inflated, Continned or Page 18, Column 3 Continued on Page 20, Column 5 Continued on attached to From my late grandfather's collection.
Baseball, Countdown, and Drake: STATES-FOUNDED 1771
 THE OLDEST DAILY
 NEWSPAPER IN THE UNITED
 THE WEATHER
 U. S. Weather Bureau Forecast
 The Philadelphia nquirer
 and vicinity
 Philadelphia
 Cloudy with rain showers and a
 few thandershowers likely Mon-
 day. Clearing and warm Tues-
 day. Precipitation probabillty 80
 percent Monday
 LATE
 METRO
 LEDGER
 Sun rises
 Sun sels
 Moon sets
 5.49 A. M.
 8:25 P. M
 11:48 P. M.
 PUBLIC
 THE PEOPLE
 AN INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER FOR ALL
 Daily: Home Delivery
 60 Cents Per Week
 MONDAY MORNING. JULY 21, 1969
 Conrisht 199 by Triancle Publications, Inc, Vol. 2 No 21
 TEN CENTS
 MAN LANDS ON MOON
 'Eagle Has Landed,' Astronauts Say
 2 Stay Inside,
 Describe Land
 As Gray, Dusty
 Man
 HOUSTON, July 20 (AP).
 landed on the moon at 4:18 P. M. Sunday.
 Two men, Neil A. Armstrog and Ed-
 win E. Aldrin Jr., 240,000 miles away from
 Earth, came to a dusty landing on the
 moon's surface, the first men to touch its
 alien soil. "Tranquility Base here," said
 Aldrin, an
 has landed."
 From some 60-odd miles above the moon,
 Air Force Lt. Col. Michael Collins in the com-
 mand ship Columbia chimed in with "fantastic."
 The unofficial time of the Eagle's landfall
 on the moon's Sea of Tranquillity was 102 hours,
 45 minutes and 42 seconds after blastoff last
 Wednesday, July 16, from Cape Kennedy, Fla.
 You're looking good here," said ground control
 We're going to be busy for a minute," Armstrong
 said moments after touchdown
 Very smooth touchdown," said Aldris.
 SThe first minutes on the lanar surface were mostly
 silent, as Armstrong and Aldrin quickly readied everything
 Sn tbeir spider-like space taxi for an emsergency blast-off,
 if necessary.
 The initial moments were for a decislon on whether
 to stay on the dusty surface. The spacecraft engine began
 kicking up dust from the moment it was 40 feot above on
 its descent.
 Armstrong's first description of the landing area was
 terse. He apologized for taking a little longer than planned
 in his landing.
 The auto-targeting was taking us right into a football
 fieldsized crater, he said, with a large number of big
 boulders and rocks and it required us to fly manualy over
 the rock field to find a reasonably good area.
 "It looks like a collection of just about every varlety
 Air Force colonel. "The Eagle
 BAUNITED
 STATES
 AP Wibto of shapes, angularities, granularities just about every variety
 ASTRONAUTS EDWIN ALDRIN (LEFT) AND NEIL ARMSTRONG GATHER ROCK SAMPLES IN SIMULATED MOON LANDING.
 of rocks you can find." Aldrin reported.
 Aldrin said there didn't seem to be much color, but he
 said some rocks in view Look as though they will have
 some interesting color to them."
 This one-sixth G (gravity) is just like in an airplane"
 Armstrong said.
 When told by ground control there were lois of smiling
 faces around the world, Armstrong replied, There are two
 of them up here
 Ground control reported at 4:32 P. M. that Eagle's
 Allen Returns to Phils Egyptian Jets, 7000 at Franklin Institute
 Skinner Says He Maylsraeli Planes Cheer News of Touch-Down
 Start Play Thursday Battle at Suez
 [stretched some 80 feet aeross A number of figures in spaceSystems looked good after the landing. This was important,
 the room, and propelled along suits stand sentinal along the because the ship must carry the astronauts back into orbit
 by escaping air, simulating the Institute's corridors, and modonday
 By MERRIE SPAETH
 Of The Inquirer Stoff
 tory of major league baseball
 The Phillies star first base-
 man, one of baseball's great srsell and Egyptian Jets bat enthusiasts wbo crowded into
 By ALLEN LEWIS
 TEL AVIV, July 20 (AP).
 Collins talked to "Tranquility Base" and sald "it sure
 More than 7000 moon-lifghtction-reaction principal that els of each of NASA's three
 of The Inquirer Staff
 Richie Alen, who vowed alsiuggers, was restored to the tled over the Suez Canal Sun- the Franklin Institute scien Propel the moon rocket itself.space capsules-Gemini, Mer-sounded great. You guys did a fantastic job."
 most four weeks ago that he elab's payroll Sunday after à 26- day and raided each other's ter museum on
 would never again play for the day
 Phillies, is back after wbat is moroing conference with Man ighting since the mideast war at 4:20 P.M. after a dramaballoon rocket. A two-foot gold Many, particularly those from
 Thank you," replied Armstrong. "Just keep that orbit-
 ing. base ready for us."
 "Will do," replied Collins in Columbia,
 "Contact light on. Engine off. Eagle has landed
 Three awards have been pre-cury and Apollo-are on dis-
 Sunday let out
 thunderous roar of joy whencntedeach day during the play.
 In all, about 10,000 persons
 Jongest distance traveled by a isited the museum Sunday.
 suspension following & ritory in some of the heaviesthe lunar module touched dowwn Progress of the moon flight for
 believed to be the longest sus ager Bob Skinner, Allen then
 pension without pay in the bis left Connie Mack Stadlum for of 1967, Each side claimed it filled aoproach
 The obseryers gathered tense trophy wrill go to the overall Outside the Greater Phlladelphia
 ly in front of more than 20 tele-winner
 TOO BUSY AT CONTROLS
 his Germatown home to "do shot down a large number of
 Some throwing
 Almost immediately, mission control began referring
 to the landed men with a new radio call sign, Tranquillity
 Base," dropping the old code name, "Eagle."
 During the descent, Armstrong said, he was too busy
 with the control panels to pick out some of the required
 landmarks. Mission control told him not to worry
 After giving their landing craft's system a quick
 check, Armstrong and Aldrin simulated a countdown to
 make sure everything was set for their blastoff Monday.
 Armstrong reported there were several alarm signals
 Continued on Page 6, Column 4
 planes
 Egypt said It down 17 Israel vision sets set up along the Rivaling tbe balloon rocket
 Jets and called it the "Arabs institute's corridors to provide cotest in popularity with the
 Left Wreck Scene
 MAY START THURSDAY
 Police to Flla Älen, who will bave to work greatest victory since 1967 continuous coverage of the youngsters was a "frictionless
 rocket chair, in wbich you can
 Page of Astronout
 Pictures on
 out for a Yew days to get back Each side elaimed it shot down moon light,
 into playing condition, is expect a large number of planes,
 ed do be in uniform Thursday
 mght, when'the Phillies open a jets and called it the "Arabs the successful conclusion of an-
 Page 5
 Another Picture, Re-
 lated News and Com
 ment on
 Well-wishers all over the city propel yourself in any direction
 Complaint
 On Kennedy
 Egypt said it down 17 Israeli slso breathed sighs of reliof at by releasing jets of air.
 Among many other special
 greatest victory" since 1967other critical phase of the moon exhibits are one of astronaut
 Pages 3, 4, 6,
 The Phillies lost, 1-0, 1lo the israel admitted losing twolight. A crowd of thousands out-food, and continuous showings
 Cubf in the opener of
 doubleheader Story and
 Bozscore on Page 20
 planes and said five Egyptian Bide Independence Hall broke of space ftight films furnished
 planes were down, three MIGSnto applause at the terse, tele-by the National Aeronautics and
 and two Sukhoi SU-7 fighters,
 and 12.
 EDGARTOWN, Mass., July 20
 (AP),A complaint charing
 Sen. Edward M Keanedy with
 leaving the scene of an ccident four-game series with the Hous- ISLAND ATTACKED
 will be sought as the result of
 Q4 auto wreek in which a wom He may or may not be in the day with an Isracli commando at the sclence museum at 20th
 Space Administration
 Continged on Page 3, Columu 4
 vised announcement
 We're on the moon."
 More than twice the usual
 Davis Visits
 Wailing Wall
 Millions of Words Tell Tale
 The fighting began early Sua Dumber of visitors turned up
 ton Astros in the Astrodome.
 World Press Hails Venture
 an died, police said Sunday
 The vietim, Mary Jo Kope starting lineup at that time, de- attack on an Egyptian island st, and the Parkway despite
 chne, 28, of Washington,, form. pending
 er secretary to the late Sen on.
 Robert F. Kebnedy (D., N. Y.)
 was riding in a car that skidded len incidents, watch cost the Suez Canal for the first the Apollo 11 moon mission.
 off a narrow bridge and into a Richie about $12,000 of his re- ime since the 1967 war, and Adult visitors took a m0on
 pond on Chappaquiddick Island, Poled $75,000 salary, occurred in Egyptian jets then took to the space quiz, and found the ancitement built up slowly in make dealines as the big mo morning
 on his physical condi- fortress in the Gulf of Suez. sloppy weather to viow and
 Israeli planes followed up by experience scores of special
 The latest in a long line of hitting Egyptian positions across exhibits and programs spun of
 JERUSALEM, July 20 (APY
 American entertainer Sao3my
 Davis Jr. visited the Watlng
 Seated at long, gray tables,'down, one mlion words will watl on Sunday. He said be
 learphones to their heads, at have been seat to all parts of had been looking forward to
 HOUSTON, July 20-The ex-loast 150 newsmen rushed to the world Sunday and Mondayseeing the Wall-the Jews' most
 By DONALD C. DRAKE
 Of The Inquirer Staff
 Kennedy was driving. He re-New York June 24 when Richie air to raid Israeli targets in the swers to questions like How
 portedly escaped with what spfaled to show up for a twl-night occupled Sinaj Desert
 parently was only a mild con- doubleheader with the New
 cussion
 The accident happened be
 tween 11 P. M. Friday and 1 bill, whlch bgan at 5:05 P.M., ritory.
 A.M. Saturday, bat went unre- Skinner announced Richle had Military communiques from in touch with the Institute's own newsmen and television writers change anything went wrong, Japancse, German, Italian,
 ported until 10 A M. Saturday. been suspended without pay,
 "L am firmly convinced there Allen's reaction was quick and Israeli Mirage was shot down by in an opinion poll on the sig-Loudspeakers bleamed
 was no neglizence involved, typlcal: "Good, I need a vacea antiafrcraft fire during the com. nifioance of the moon trip,
 Police Chiet Domicic J. Arena tion. The next day he said. ed Jater Sunday morning, nine n the spacious Ben Frankin the ground cod Apollo 11 and careers would be ruined
 toid newimen Sunday. "But the "I'm through withthe Phillies mando raid, another was downBoom youngsters from 5 to 12 closed-cireuit televislon
 matter of the time period after until they trade me.
 the accident, there is, in my
 sacred shrine-ever aince he
 The total number of words be- coaverted to the Jewish religioa
 much would you weigh on the Building One at the Manned ment approeched
 The clatter of the typewriters ing written is many times one in 1935
 Israeli sald the pilots of its moon?" in exhibits soattered all Spaceeraft Center
 two downed aircraft balled out over the museum.
 This is the low modernistic made it difficult to bear.
 million, however, beeause many
 In the next few hours history correspondeats send in their sto-
 York Mets at Shea Stadlum
 Between games of the twin safely and landed in ISraeli ter More than 150 ham radio op-alte building that has been
 3n The Inquirer
 erators all over the world weretaken over by more than 2500 would be made and,
 by ries over telephones
 Departments and Features
 requiring a backup system for Mexican.
 the the astronauts to make it offThe accents and languages Amuiements
 Egypt and Cairo Radio said onelham radio station, taking part from ell over the world.
 Death Notiees
 14
 Editorials 12
 Obituaries t
 16, 17 Sports 20 la 26,
 erytic comnsunication between the mnoon,
 many
 promisiog are many and varied and the
 I0, 11
 writers of each nation seem to Basiness and
 Financial
 Ever since Wednesday, there stic together
 mon
 in the afternoon and six more years old stood patiently in long itors showed figures indicating bas been a bustle in this place
 Efforts made to contact Allen in the evening, Caire said most nes to take part in a balloon the umber of minutes into the bat it was reaching a cim Apolo 11 is probably the most Classified Ads
 K is speculated here that
 rocket contest. Balloons were mission, hunar revolutions and
 wires what haye you
 Western Union here said that
 iby the time Apollo 11 spiashes Continued on Page 3, Column 1Comica
 26 to 38 Televislon and
 Badio
 31
 Page 2, Column 4 inflated,
 Continned or Page 18, Column 3 Continued on Page 20, Column 5 Continued on
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From my late grandfather's collection.

From my late grandfather's collection.

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Im 14 & This Is Deep, Diamonds, and Axe: Because anytime you stop digging with a pick axe, there happens to be diamonds just on the other side

Because anytime you stop digging with a pick axe, there happens to be diamonds just on the other side

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