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HIGH-RISK DRIVERS, who are over 65 years, under 25 or have bad records, will be insured by a new company, National Emblem Insurance. It was set up by Allstate Insurance to keep from raising policy prices to better risks. In National Emblem a 22-year-old male pays $296 a year, v. Allstate's $73.70.

U.S. AIRLIFT EXPANSION will bring $120 million in business to Boeing for 30 C-135 jet transports and $80 million to Lockheed for an additional 23 C-130 turboprop transports. Jet deliveries will start in June at the rate of two a month; C-130 deliveries, already at the rate of four...

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