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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 27, 1960
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Senator Kennedy $Mm His Faith { §op"fisf pfgtfcfiers, for exampfe that helped lead fd Jiffefs"6fi's' statute for religious freedom. To- paigft. toft NW& Thefe-'haTS'tef-a'' 4 6f discus's'idfi Of the\'sb'-calfed ' , issue 1 ' ffi the Presidential Cam- tfn'hedyV a's his Cfm'tfibtf* '• ' public- interest bfl {he im- tjoHafit issue's of ihe Campaign, made the fduWing segment to the tife'dter ftous- M (fSxasj Ministerial Association 7 oh Sept. ft. ' drVi dftitefl/f tef y&Ur (jeneYoOS irWIfcftitiri ' .VieWs. Wrri/e' (fie so-tolled religious issue is necessarily affcf,properly fhe thief topic,here tonight, I'WdHf f6 i'mpritisize fr'6m fh'e oufsef mat we haV§ ffir more' critical issues fo face in the 1966 elecfl6;fit the 1 spfStid of Communist influence, ufifil if n'OW festers 90 miles off the co'ast of [=loftda—the hurriiliafing freafrrient of our Pre's- iderit and*. Vice 5 President by those who no longer re'spffct 6Ur power—frie huhg'ry children I saw in Wesf Vfrg'iftiti, fh'e old people who cannot pay their docfor bills/ the families forced to give up (Heir" fSrrrr$-and ArheYicd With too mdny slum's, vvrih fbti few schools, and too fafe to the rfioon I frifcfy fee the Victim—but tomofrow it May &e*'y&'u>-u'rf<il th£ whole fabric of ot/r harmdnious Solely 14 ripped at a firtie 6f gfeat nat!6ndl peril v Flridlfy, I believe in art America Where re* lig!6t/'s ftffolferance Will some day fend-where al rftfefi a-rid all churches are treated aS eqUal- W|?6fe every man has the same right to attenc 6r n6f -tiitend the churcri of 'his choice-where frtere Is no Catholic vOte> no anti-Catholic vote rid bfoc~Voting of any kind—and where Catholics Pi'Otesfanf arid Jews, at both the lay and pastor al (evely .Will refrain from those attitudes of dis dairf dria .djVisiort which have so often marred fhelf works iri the past, and promote instead th Arrfericdn ideal of brotherhood. Thdf is the kind of America in which I be lieVe. Ahd if represents the kind of Presidency in' which I 6elieve-a great, office that mus neither be humbled by making it the instrumen of a"hy one religious group, nor tarnished b; drBiffarily withholding its occup'ancy from thi members o'f any one religious group. I 'believi ih d President whose religious views are hi own private affair, neither imposed by him upon fh'e nation, nor imposed by the nation upon him fheie dfe 1 the re'dl issues" Which sh<5uid d'e- as d condition;to holding that office, cida this cdmpfciigfi'. Ari'd they are not religious. I Would not look with favor upon a Pres i ssu e s _for war and hunger and ignorance and ident working to subvert the First Amendment, despair know no religious barriers. . guarantee of religious-liberty (nor Would ou But because I am'a Catholic, and no Cath- Astern of Checks _and balances permit him to d- blic has ever been elected President, the real •issues in this campaign have b'een obscured— perhaps deliberately, in sbrpe quarters less responsible-than this. So it is apparenfly necessary for me to state once again—not what kind'of .church I believe iri, for that should be important so)—and neither do I look with* favor upon those who would work to subvert Article VI of the Constitution by requiring a religious test—even by indirection—for if they disagree with tha safeguard, they should be out openly working repeal it. • I want a Chief Executive whose public, act bhly to me-but Whdt kind of America I believe - ,- ... „ , uii rtr ,*=,i « r °n" (believe in an America Where fhe separation ' are responsible to all groups and obligated tc of'chOrch and stafe is absolOte-where ho Cath- none-who can attend any ceremony, service o bic prelate would fell the President (should he .dinner his off ,ce • "V W">P»«*[ * ^SStlS be Catholic) how to act, and ho Protestant min- him-and whose fulfillment of his President a • Ser wc^ld( ShMdrishiohers for whom to oath is not limited,or conditioned by any relig vote-where no ch Jrch ot church school is grant- ious oath, ritual or obligation. -••--• Tn j s i s the kind of America I believe m— . arid this is the kind I fought for in the, Sout" Pacific, and fhe kind my brother'died ( for i Europe. No one suggested, then that we migh have a "divided loyalty," that we might "no ,a,,y neunsr ^ u ,,. u ,,., ,.- - believe in liberty" or that we belonged to a dis Where no public official either requests or ac- loyal group that thre'atene;^ the freedoms fo cepts instructions ori public policy from the Pope, which our forefathers died.' . " . . i ._' .i r ^—i I _^._.»;. «^*L«n>* . A ««J !M £t*ii~t +KItr ic 'tna ._ 'any pjblic fJiids dr political preference— and where no man is de'nied public office merely because his religion differs from the President Who might appoint him or the people who might elect him. I believe !ri an America that is officially neither Catholic, Protestant nor Jewish — w« at* te f«y seat l« the Senate-, satisfied that I had to fipft ffttl P* . 56 the natfbnal Interest, cmcl .wlttartif re'Qdfd td ffsitte rfclfgidUs pr'esiuYM VdMlefafes. Arid no 6wef oT trifSef of faOnishf"rle'fff thould cduse me 6 decide ofHeftoiso. s Afflerictins lost their chance of ' If fhe liftis should c6me-ahd I do fiet cortc'ede' driy toHfflct fo && even ^rriblely pessible-wheh my office 1 wdold require me to either violate my conscience ot violate the national interest, then I would[design the office; arid I hope cMy conscientious pujlle servant would do the same. But i do nefstntend to' fip'bloglze for these Views to my critics of either Catholic or Protestant faith-of do I Intend »t6 disavow either my views or my chufch in order to Win this election If I should I6se or! the" real Issues, I shall return elidtlofi Is decltted 6rt the basis' that 40 President oft the day they wefe baptised, theffit is the whole nqfion that will be the loser, In the eyes of Catholics and non-Catholics around the world, in the eyes of history and in the eyes of our own people. ' But if, 6n the other hand, I shbuld Wlh this e-lecfieh, thin I shall devote every effoH of mind i't have a very serious problem but maybe you , ro spirit to fulfilling the oath of the ^residency help me Anyway baby-sit for some really swell people but cfically identical, I midht add, to the «rih «|f ver set you t 7 fttod for We even though they can afford it. thief STRICTLY BUSINESS •"""prQCl ICQIiy IQGnTICQIf I .... 0 -. - .— — , j TMGV riCVEl* 5d UU t luwu iuj. m\, N. T fc-»» vm^Mgi" -••~,j ——-- — I have taken for 14 years In fhe C6ngf6ss. For, Th iy a i wa ys have cookies and pop on hand but I feel like a without reservation, I can "solefhnly swedr fhaf { a kif»g any. Most people like to eat when watching television and I will faithfully execute the office of President of other couples set out food for me but not this man arid wife. How can the United States, and will to the best of my I get them to cooperate?—Hungry. ability preserve, protect and defend the Con- ^^ Hun(Jty! The nejd Ume y - ou si , t for thlg couple . show up with stitutibh, S6 help! me GOd. t— _. a e i an t bag of popcorn in your arms and make some remark about . Always being hungry when you baby-sit. This should bring the handle the military registration anSwer you hope for and if it does, don't go raiding the refrigerator, of the county's male population Personally, I think a baby-sitter should be entitled to cookies of draft age. It Was estimated an d p 0 p but some parents don't think about a sitter s refreshments that 12 minutes would be con- j n their frantic rush to get out for the evening, sumed registering each man at * , * -- * * voting places throughout the DEAR DAN: My folks won't let me wear sleeveless blouses and county. War in Eurdpe had cau- tight sklrts and i don > t know why. I don't think there's anything sed draft machinery to be put wron g i n them but I can't convince my parents. What do you have into action in the United States, to say?—Unhappy. . The city council was slated to Dear Unhappy: There's nothing particularly wrong with sleeve- open bids for construction of a legs blouses but you r tight skirts are something else again. Just how new municipal light plant dur- tj . ^ do want to wear .them? I don't 'think any teen-age girl ing its meeting at the city hall _ h&ould hope to imitate certain girl movie stars in certain movies Tuesday night, Oct. 1. A public with her dress and Jf that's what's behind your problem, your hearing on the extensive project parenils aren't as wrong as you think, , was'to be held at 7:30 p.m., fol- * Remember, good taste takes priority over sexiness in clothing, lowed by reading of the bids. / Many churches frown on girls and women wearing sleeveless blouses The building (which has been {o Mass and services and I go along with that. Try to reach a happS in use for some time now - 1960) cornp romise in your skirts and blouses by appearing Well groomed was to be 112 feet long, 78 feet but no t cheap looking. wide and 35 feet high with an ****., ,„ . , .. .„ 11 foot basement. Four dlesel en- DEAR DAN: I'm really on a spot and I think if you'll print this gines, including three in use at letter, if my girl doesn't take the hint, it will at least help other guys the time of the opening of the who feel the same as I do about this subject. bids and one that had been or- i like the gold old-fashioned girl, Dan, and I just don t think dered were to be installed in the g i r i s or women should shave their legs. That just does it for me. Structure when completed. Also I've put on "Cutie's" skates many times and her legs felt like on the agenda was construction bristles. How do you other male readers feel about this subject/— of two 25,000 gallon concrete fuel Wondering Jim. !Sd B "That's $950,000 Worth 6f equipment you're t operating—-not a pinball machine 1" Dear Jim; I like an old-fashioned girl as much as you, buddy, but not that old'-fashioned that ^she neglects the care of her legs. Workmen from a Forest City When a religion doesn't ban leg shaving, then I think a girl should week. The contract for the build ing, totaling $4,086.25, Was let during a meeting at Bancroft Wednesday night and work be gan' almost immediately. TJie 'building was slated to be 24 x 50 feet and located on the main street. It was hoped to be in use by Dec. 1. DEAR DAN: A boy I know believes in necking and I very Should I date him to see what happens? Please answer soon because I'm afraid I won't be able to hold him off much longer. Thank you.—Afraid. • • . i Dear Afraid: Should you light a match and look in a gas tank? The markets weren't doing should you walk on thin ice? The boy is only out for ( his own much in the way of getting, more pleasure and I'm afraid you would not only be a girl but a "project ing on the National Council of Churches or any other ' ^ And in fact this .is the kind of America for e aon . ecclesiastical source-where' no religious bpdv which our forefathers died-whqn they fled here Qeks to impo"s¥its:w(ir^ireStt/or"1ndirectfy ujion '" to escape. religious test oaths thardeniTcF office officials-and where religious liberty divisible that an act against one church is treated as an act against all. or again, a Je.W-or a Quaker-or a a Baptist, 'it was Virginia's u " 1 ~ Entered as second cliss matter at the poatoffloe at Afgona, fowa. Wider Act of Congress of MarcH 3, 1*78. THE R. B. WALLER, Editor & Publisher DON SMITH, News Editor MERLE PRATT, Advertising -Mgr. GEO. M. SMITH, Foreman the general populace'or the public acts of its to members of less favorable churches-when officials-and where religious liberty is so in- they founded the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, • and the Virginia Statute of Religious Freedom- 5 Q n at , u au ,,, 3 . -„. . and when they fought at the Shrine I visited For while this year it may be a Catholic today, the Alamo For side by s,de with Bow,e For, wnue rnis year IT y _ __^ j ^ Crockett died McCafferty and Baily and Carey-but no one knows whether they were - Catholics or hot. For there was no religious test of at the Alamo. — I ask you tonight to follow in that tradition —to judge me on the basis of 14 years in Congress—on my declared stands against an Am- T bassador to the Vatican, against unconstitutional E. Cajl Street-Ph. CY 4-3535-Algona, Iowa ^ ^ parochja | schoo | s/ an d against any boy" '' "~~ ' "" cott of the public schools (which I have attended my;self)-instegcl of judging me on .the basis of -r-^- these pamphlets and publications we all have seen that carefully select quotations out of con- CO V text from the statements of Catholic church leaders, usually in other countries, frequently in other centuries, and rarely relevant to any situation here—and always omiting, of course, the statement' of the American Bishops in 1948 WhicH strongly endorsed Church-State separ- . ation, and which more nearly reflects the views of almost every American Catholic. I do not consider these other quotations binding upon my public acts—why should you? But let me say, with respect to other countries, that I am wholly opposed to the State being used by any religious group, Catholic or Protestant, to compel, prohibit or persecute the free exercise of ' any other religion. And I hope that you and I condemn with equal fervor those nations which deny their Presidency to Protestants and those whcih deny it to Catholics. And rather'than cite the misdeeds of those who differ, I would cite/ the record of the Catholic Church .in such nations as Ireland and France—and the independence of such statesmen as Adenauer and DeGaulle, But let me stress again that these are my v j ews _for, contrary to common newspaper usage, I am not the Catholic candidate for President. I am the Democratic Party's candidate for President who happens also to be a Catholic. I do not speak for my church on pubJic matters —and the church does not speak for me. Whatever issue may come before mef as President—on birth control, divorce, censorship, gambling or any other subject—I will make my lw;r What's go- 1 way from Laredo, Texas, to Pan- in the United Nation's • ama City in almost any kind of w r e~ek"iniglit be called a thrfee- the United States better access .. $g . ringed circus if the implications to the Canal, important iripeace y^™" 8 ^*, 9 ' weren't so deadly. In one of the arid war, the highway will help cen s white producers, of farm are price's offered heavy hogs, $6; white corn, 61 Oats, 22 te cents; . Don't date him,- o, So - try. As much as we'd tried — likes of They are probably laughing up their sleeves. And of course, ; premium cream, 29 cents; hens, 12 cents; and ducks five cents. * * * Professional .Directory 1 ,^ highway through the Methodist church in Algona 01 nigliway inroueii -o,,u^nl -.roars wns was meir sieeves. -rum UL uuuiac, - imnnnnfmhlp Darien for tne pasi several ytaia, wua Egypt's dictator Nassar is there, he now impendArable Darien ferred to sheldon and Rev . and so is Yugoslavian dictator 3"^ '"p 80 "^" Fanama ana Harry M. Burns of Humboldt had Tito. If the, consequences were northern Colombia, not so perilous it might hpve been a good idea to invite a few other dictators and undesirables President Eisenhower a_ and let them all fight it out for before Congress m January he once and for all. No matter what asked that Federal spending be . * . thfe Free World does in this great held to $79.8 billion. With reve- A j gona high schoo i, which has UN spectacle it can't possibly nues expected to bring inabout w defeating Emmets- J *°" *""'"" **"• p "»" 1 '»" t rpasnn - timcs down through the been" named to fill the post here. 2 E- State Mr»Mf v Turn FH«? When In another change of pastors, MONEY JUGGLERS — When Rey H( , rbert JacKman W as nam- ppearen ^ ^ serve tho iWnthnHlst c INSURANCE A. J. (Arnie) Ricklefs Hospitalization 'Health & Accident Life — Auto — Fire — Hail Personal Claim Service CY Methodist church The cards are stacked $84 billion, the President reason- us. Khruschev and Castro ed this would give the country rec eived a 34-0 jolt at the Qf th(j E . Hawks at Em . ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY J. R. (Jim) KOLP Surety Bonds — All Lines of Insurance 206 East State St. Phone CY 4-3176 BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance Automobile - Furniture Loan are here for only one purpose a surplus of $4.2 billion. Well, ^^ ^ ^ ^. iiawM „.. „...- to make propaganda hay and let's see what has happened. In- metsburg Friday night . Algona embarrass the United State's, stead of bringing in $84 billion completely bottled up dur- ...... When bully Mr. K talks about revenues are likely to reach only the gnd made only one ? N> Dodge phone CY 4-2738 peace he doesn't mean a Word of about $82 billion when all the _ d that came Qn a —_ it. This business of international tax and other dollars are count- d nm . n the f] . - . . — diplomacy is tough and the men ed. Spend ing, on the_other hand, » contogt A , are quickly separated from the did not stop at $79.8 but cieep- team cQuldn , t CQpe in the final minutes ;ona's bigger Em- ure ljUJi;nijr atytuon-u ii u ,». ....~ 7 — . • Killinn A leam COUIUIl I L-UfJt: w»m ^in- boys. We can only hope our re- ing up to about $8L5 billion. A metsbu , s eedy backs and presentatives at the UN act like little simple arithmetic snows u _ : _ 4 ,..„,. ^ nn ^ nn „.. *v, 0 ,,,innr.i-s i , i j i. _ ;„ _. a «¥ro'l 1 tirinH 11 men and stand their ground. —o— PROFITABLE READING — The small businessman would be wise to obtain a copy of a new bo'oklet prepared by the Small NATIONAL EDITORIAL AFFILIATE MEMBER NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Weekly Newspaper Representatives, Inc. 404 Fifth Ave., New York 18, N. Y. SUBSCRIPTION SATES IN KOSSUTH CO, Ona Year. Ui advance $3.00 o n th HSw wirTta -combinatron; per year .-*5.oo One Year, in advtmce ---------- — - ------ Both Algona papers in combination, one year ---No subsoription less than 8 months. OFFICIAL CITY AND COUNTY NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING RATES ON REQUEST IF JUST DOESN'T FIGURE! A man wakes up jn the morning after sleeping under an adVertise'dl blarifcfti on ah advertised bed, w'jishei' with advertised soap, powders his face with advertised powder, dons advertised underwear, hose, shir*« tie, shoes, suit and handkerchief, sits down lo a breakfast of (advertised cereal, drinks a cup of advertised Coffee, pills 6n an advertised hat, lights an advertised cigar, rides to his pffice in an advertised car on advertised tires; then he refuses to advertise on the ground that advertising doesn't pay, * UPPER PfS MOINES PUB. CO. Ill i. Coll St. Algona, Iowa IT'S COOP BUSINESS TO BQ BUSINESS AT HOME we'll wind up with only $500 million, better than going in the hole. —o— SCHOOL CRISIS AHEAD — Year by year the problem of bristling blocking as the winners raced to a 20-0 lead at halftime. The Bulldogs didn't exactly have a breather coming up,' either; with Webster City next on the schedule. Business Administration. Entit- giving our youngsters the best The sixth annual Kossuth led "Guides for Profit Planning," education possible grows more county Field Day was held Sun- it'can be had by sending only acute. We have shortages of day, an d as usual, the grounds twenty-five cents to the Govern- classrooms and teachers ana were packed with interested ment Printing Office/ Washing- there are no easy solutions at spectators and entrants in the ton 25, D. C. It explains in Ian- hand. It is estimated that even many events held. Included on guagc easy to understand how today classroom shortages are ^e program was a casting tour- the small businessman or mana- impairing the education of 10 neyi archery meet, horsehoe ger can increase his profits un- million children. And especially tourney, pistol shoot, skeet shoot, der a variety of possible circum- alarming is the fact that one midget trap shoot, greyhound school in every five is a firetrap rac es, kid parade, water trials, and another one in five is on the fj e i(j trials, team shoot, rifle safety borderline. By 1970 we s hoot and bench show. Winners will need 1,500,000 new teachers o f the various contests came stances. BILLION-DOLLAR FLAMES — President Eisenhower has set , -- aside the week starting Oct. 9 as and have to provide facilities for from far and nea r. Fire Prevention Week. Here's an more than 20 million additional observance in which everybody students. Colleges are having can play a part. Well aware that problems, too They must erect fire losses are just as severe on the farm as in the city, the Department of Agriculture is al- . ready passing out timely hints problems affecting 10 years than they built in the previous 200 years. These are Irvington News to farmers to help them save precious farm land and property. During the 1950s farm fire losses increased by 37 percent — over a third of this destruction in 1959 alone. Last year these losses amounted to $174 million — $18 miih'9n more than in 1958. USDA gives these pointers to farmers: know the forest fire protection men in your areas, post fire-warning notices around farm woodlands and know HtfW regular farm equipment can be used to fight forest fires. and deserve thought. lot Mrs Elmer Dole left' Friday everybody for Lawton, Okla. to spend a of serious week with their son, Lt. John D6le and wife. He is stationed at Fort Sill, Okla. Jessie Smith and Elva Ewoldt were Sunday guests at the home of Marguerite Hay^s. Mrs William Batt, Jr. and daughter Pamela left Sept 27 for New York. They will leave there by plane Oct. 1 for Germany to join Capt. William'Batt who is there for a 3 year Stay. Mr and Mrs Lee Colwell attended the funeral of his cou- BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 5 N. Dodge St. Ph. CY 4-4443 Home - Automobile - Farm Polio Insurance CHARLES D. PAXSON Dwelling, Auto, Liability, Life, General Phone CY 4-4512 KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Over $74,000,000 worth of insurance in force. A home company. Safe, secure. Phone CY 4-3756 Lola Scuffham, Sec'y HERBST INS. AGENCY For Auto, House, Household floods, and Many Other forms Fhone CY 4-3733 Ted 8, Herbst Iowa Farm Mutual Ina. Co. Affiliated with Farm Bureau Auto (with $10 Deductible) Life - Hail - Tractor Phone CY 4-3351 HAROLD C. SUNDET Representing State Farm Ins, Co, 706 So. Phillips St. Ugona Phone CY 4-2341 AUTO—LIFE—FIRE—HAIL ~ DALE W. LOCKWOOD Representative The Equitable Life Assurance Society Of • ' The United States Burt, Iowa Phone 201 Chiropractor Dr. D. D. Arnold Chiropractor Over Penney's Office Phone — CY 4-3373 Hours: 9:00 — 5:00 Open Friday Night Dr. William L. Clegg Chiropractor 521 E. Stale St. Hours: 9:00*— 6:00 thru Sat 9:00 — 9:00 Friday Ph. Off. CY 4-4677 Res. CY 4-3463 DOCTORS MELVIN G. BOURNE. M. O. Physician & Surgeon 118 N. Moore St. Office phone CY 4-2343 Resident phone CY 4-2277 J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. Physician & Surgeon 218 W. State Street Office phone CY 4-2353 Resident phone CY 4-2614. FROM THE FILE.5 OF THE sin Claire Slack at Fort Dodge -«— . ALGONA UPPER DJ3S MOINES' Friday. , TO U ?BSf »»«N f OCT. .. IMf ho «- s *-£ ."^ A2,Un wS ;:„!!!«£; * ,„„,„,«*, „.„ „< «*„„., n» r c^.. ^ u» *.* the Texas border to the Panuma numbering about 108, was set to nt'bcwy p.m. Canal is about to b? closed, handle registrations of men bet- When a series of bridges now yreen the ages of 21 arid 36 in underway in the jungles of Costa |$ossuth county, according to Rica are cor«plete« friotorlsts will 06iinty Auditor B. S. K-ihsey. be atrfe to iravei tf/e' entire long- I»cR vtrfltig p-reclftct wds ttf have' th of the ?,UO-uule-loag high-one registrar, plus asaiatmito lo CRAWFORD INSURANCE SERVICE Andy Crawford All Of Insurance Office Phone OY 4-2279 There aie more ™'" 0 " . 15W) < Jai y DR. KARL H. HOFFMAN Office in Home Federal Bldg. Office phone CY 4-434^ DR. J. B. HARRIS, JR. Dentist IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT U AJ 622 E. CAROL L. PLOTT, M.D. 110 N. Moore Street Practice Limited to Surgery Office Hours by Appointment CYpress 4-4864 Office CYpress 4-4331 Residence JOSEPH M. ROONEY Physician & Surgeon 114 N. Moore Office phone CY 4-2224 Resident phone CY 4-2232_ JOHN M. SCHUTTER. MJ>. Physician & Surgeon 220 No. Dodge, Algona Office phone CY 4-4490 Resident phone CY 4-2339 OPTOMETRISTS DR..L. L. SNYDER Optometrist 113 East State Algona Telephone CY 4-27U Closed Saturday Afternoons l)rs. SAWYER and ERICKSON Eyes Examined Contact Lenses Hearing Aid Glasses 9 East State Street Algona, Iowa Phone CYpress 4-2198 Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Closed Saturday Afternoons DR. C. M. O'CONNOR Optometrist Visual Analysis & Visual TraiWlH 1Q8 South Harlan St (Home Federal Bldg.) PHONE CY 4-3743 Form Carlson Management Company N. Podfl Ph. CY Pale Alto & Kowwth

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