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Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1956, Yuma, Arizona THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK JONBOSiOHN New York's no bargain. Everyone understands, I think that this great city is synonymou with high prices, high rents and high living. But in the midst of aH this I think I have spotted New-York's biggest 15-cent buy. For a dime and a nickel you Ride .the length and breadth o: this fabulous city; from the freezing winds that howl through the streets; -----sit down and rest (if you can learn to scramble for a -----kill time by window shopping in perfect comfort; a free lesson in what makes New York tick, politically. All this and more is yours for 15 cents when you step into the NY subway system. It is here, jammed into the roar- jng subway you first see the1 amazing conglomeration of races and nationalities that have gathered here from the four corn- ers of the world. You hear the drawl from below the Mason-Dixon, familiar words from Mexico, Puerto Rico and Cuba, the guttral sounds from the Germanic countries, the persuasive accents of the French; the clipped words of the British, the Irish brogue, the voice of the true Amer- ican Yankee, the twang of the U. S. Southwest, all in addition to the Printed Friday Afternoon FablUM iMi
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