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North Adams, Massachusetts
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Tuesday, July 9, 1963
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SIGHT THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 9, 1963 Molesworth Begins Acfion fo Circulate Petitions Blocking Legislative Pay Hike BOSTON (AP)—Boston Republican Leader Jack E. Molesworth said he, and a delegation of voters, will move today lo block a pay raise which the legislature voted for its members last month. Molesworth, n member of the Republican state committee', led a referendum fight lhat killed a previous pay raise voted in 1950. To Circulale Petitions He said Ihe forms for two petitions—from the office of the secretary of stale—will be circtilaled statewide. One will call for suspension of the pay raise until a statewide referendum can be held, and Ihe olher will ask for a 1964 referendum without the suspension, Molesworth said. At the same time, lie announced (lint his group will ask Secretary of State Kevin H. While and Ally. Gen. Edward Brooke for a ruling on the conslitulional- ity of the emergency preamble allached lo the pay raise bill This preamble made Ihe bill effective as of April 1 immediate ly after Gov. Endicott Peabody signed it, June 28. Al least 42,182 signatures would be needed to bring about suspension of the pay hike and 32,637 for the referendum petition — intervening suspeiv without the sicn clause. The legislators gave Ihemselves a 50 per cent pay raise of 52,600. Nation's Second Highest By making Ihe measure effective as of April 1, members of the Home and Senate can collect Ihrec-quarlers of the raise for this year, and get Ihe full amount in IOG4. The increase boosts legislative DISPLAY KITCHEN Cabinets, Appliances, Accessories 50% OFF PAY *1,500 00 i.000.00 Value $3, INCLUDES; REVCO Silt-In Refrigerator, KITCHEN- AID or HOTPOINT Undercounter Dishwasher, HOTPOINT Suilt-ln 30" Wall Oven with Deluxe Cook Top, HOTPOINT Disposall, Custom 72" Stainless Steel Sink, SWANSON Built-in Radio, Kitchen Nook with Table and Chair, GREGG Cabinets and FORMICA Top. SEE IT ... YOU'LL BUY IT! \ Bring in Your Kitchen \ Measurements—No / \Obligation—5 Yrs. to Pay/ AGLIARDFS^ *stAviceA>TtR SALES' 9-13 UNION STREET MO 3-3746 salaries to J7.800, the second highest in the nation. New York pays $10,000, but that state has a tota of 208 members of its House and Senate. Massachusetts has 280. The raise was voted less than eight months after the election of last November, when a referendum vote of 5-1 repealed the last previous pay boost Ihe legislators had voted tq themselves. That was a $1,500 increase, voted in I960 a few days after the election of that year. Previously in that session tlie legislature had rejected a pay raise bill, killing it a few days before the primary lhal fall. Firemen Help 25 Out Of Springfield Block SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP)Swift work of firefighters in evac- .mling some 25 tenants from four • story apartment block Springfield's North End, today was credited by Deputy Fire Chief Dennis A. Mahoney with averting serious casualties. He said many of the occupants were still in the building at 3ft Bradford St., when fire burned through walls of the fourth-floor apartment of Omberlo Garcia and filled the building with smoke. Mahoney said the fire started after the Garcia family left for work, "apparently from a cigarette on a stuffed chair." One boy, Armando Valez, 15, was treated at Mercy Hospital for a head cut caused by falling wood as firemen cleaned up debris. O'Hearn Will Allowed Value Nor Indicated The will of Atty. William A O'Hearn of North Adams was allowed today in Probate Court. The amount of the estate was not indicated. After a bequest of $5,000 to his secretary, Mrs. Edward Ashkar, Ihe estate is left to his widow. CAMP TAMARACK FLORIDA, MASS. GIRLS' DAY CAMP NOW OPEN Experienced Staff Marvin Gangemi Walter Getchell Susan Getchell Virginia Morris Mary Gangemi, R.N. CompUt* water and land program, Mmic and Creative Art*. School Bui Transportation Campers Fully Iniured Applies! i*k«n for season. ons tti. sfill bal France ng of To Receive Brochure Call MO 3-6441 Or V/ril. To J. Marvin Gangemi, White OaVs Road, Williamstown, Mail. Calls on Peabody To Suspend Head Of Housing Board BOSTON—"Without further de lay" State Housing Board Chair man Leo Benoit should be sus pended, former Rep. Francis W Perry, R-Duxbury, declared in a letter to Gov. Peabody las night. He poinled out that the governor has this power and ha (ailed to'use it for the two month, since Benoit was indicted. Perry, the 1962 GOP candidat for lieutenant governor, cited a letter which Peabody, as a eiti zen had written to Gov. John A Volpe in July of 1961, calling foi removal of Waterways Dlrectoi Rodolphe G. Bessette and action "forthwith" by Volpe, even though Volpe was not the appoint ing authority ajid had no powei to act. "I call upon you us governor to follow the standards set dowi by yourself in l!)(il ns a private citizen," wrole Perry. "Certain ly, the people have a right to ex pect no less. Without further de lay I urge you to suspend the chairman of the Slate Housing Board. . ." New Supt. Named For Ludlow Schools LUDLOW, Mass. (API-— Ken neth A. Lant of Jericho, N.Y. iias been named superintendent ol schools in Ludlow, replacing Hen ry Trainer, who resigned recently to accept a similar position al Tiverton, R.I. The Ludlow School Committee announced Lant's appointment last night. The position pays $14,i(W annually. Lant has been principal and superintendent at Jericho for 18 years. In the Hospital Newly admitted patients A the North /idams Hospital include: Lawrence Hopkins, 10, son o] Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hopkins o] Readsboro, Vt., for tonsil anc adenoid surgery. Michael Stefanik of 48 Center St., Adams, for treatment. Curtis Hall, six-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Hall of 116 Brooklyn St., for treatment. Calvin Burdick of 21 High St., for treatment. Peter Smachetli of Cheshire for treatment. Mrs, Margaret Wing of Wood's Drive, Adams, for treatment. Mrs. Hazel Lowry of 19 Si monds lid., Williamstown, for treatment. Clayton Hebert of 86 North St. local barber, Cor surgery. Herbert Lebowitz of 193 Corinth St., for surgery. Miss Elizabeth Clermont of 3-14 E. Main. St., for surgery. Diane Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Smith of 66 S. Church St., Pittsfield, for surgery. Maria Valenti, 13, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Valenti of Pittsfield, for surgery. Theodore Kemp Jr., 4, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Kemp of 714 Arnold St., Williamstown, for treatment. Other hospitals: Carllon E. Green of 107 Chantilly Avc., in Albany Medical Center Hospital for treatment. with Mr. ing and and Mrs. Porter Nut family in Townshend. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Barr and daughter, Sandra, have returned o Sherborn, Mass., after spcnd- iig a few days at their home icre. Mrs. Elizabeth Wheeler has re- irned to her employment in New York City, after spending the loliday weekend with her molti- T, Mrs. Constance Wheeler. Mr, and Mrs. David Schell ;pcnt Friday and Saturday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Philip Schell in Scotia, N. Y., and not Schenectady, as previously re-| Exchange moved irregularly high Have 'money anytime you need it simply by ^vritmy a check! And a-s you repay, your credit builds up again, automatically. It's Mutt easy to borrow with . . . AGRICULTURAL C You're invited to come in for complete information al any office. We'll ho tfliu' to discuss your nec<is and help you decide on the plan thai is best for you. FIRST y AGRICULTURAL 1VATIO1VAL BANK of Berkshire County ALL LOCATIONS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 8«nlt Atttlt $50,000,000 Trutt Aiittt $63,000,000 Yellow Coach Bus Hearing Under Way The hearing before the state De. partmenl of Public Utilities at Boston on the petition of Ihe Yellow Coach Lines Inc. of Pittsfield lo operate buses throughout Berkshire County began this morning at ID o'clock antJ following a short recess at noon, was resumed and was still in session al press lime. Yellow Coach is now operating n a temporary 60-day franchise and seeks a permanent right to operate from Great Harrington through Williamstown. Berkshire Street Railway Co. which holds the franchise but is operating on a curtailed basis is reportedly opposing the petition Police Await Report On Eagle St. Mishap 'An accident at Eagle Street and Veterans Memorial Drive about 7:45 this morning apparently caused slight property damage but no injuries, police said. No other dclails on the crash were available early this after- 10011 as there was no police investigation and Hie operators had not filed reports. \\hi1intiham Mrs. Austin F. Plumb EMpire 8-2337 Around Town The Ladies' Benevolent Society of Ihe Whitingham Community Church will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Joseph Bek- icnhuis for a cookoul. * * * The elders of. the Whitingham Community Church will mdet Wednesday night with Hie pastor, he Rev. Lucie Freeman. pp'sonals Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tracy and family of Brattleboro, visited lis mother, Mrs. Ruby Tracy, Sunday. Mrs. Carl Russell and son, Keenan, are spending (his week Berkshire Downs Jockey Fined $100 After Ramming Car Earl W. Kennedy of Canada, a jockey riding at Berkshire Downs in Hancock, was lined a total o $100 today in Piltsfield Distric Court on three charges stemming from an accident early this mom ing on Honsatonic Street in thai city whom Kennedy's car rammec into a parked machine owned by Daniel T. Stevens of Cheshire. Kennedy was fined $30 for driv ing under the influence of liquor $15 for drunkenness and $35 for dangerous driving. He was unable, to produce the money and will work out the fine at the Berkshire County jaii al the rate of $1 a day. i Stock Market Today NEW YORK (API-Rails, mo (ors and steels advanced as the stock market staged a general recovery early (his afternoon in moderate trading. Hope that President Kennedy could avert a nationwide railway strike threatened for Thursday accompanied a fairly widespread up ward move. Gains were, mostly fractional some going (o a point or so among key stocks. Some of the higherpriced 'glamour" issues won back several points of recent losses. Tlie Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up .8 (o 271.9 with industrials up .8 rails up .8, and utilities up .5. The rails recovered about a third of iheir steep losses taken Monday. Chrysler snapped back well over B point from Monday's point fall. Most other major automakers gained fractions. IBM rebounded 5 points and Xerox did a shade better. Polaroid gained more than 3, U.S. Smelting 2. Up more than a point were Western Union, Liggett & Myers, Texaco, Eastman Kodak and Ken- necott. Airlines, tobaccos, drugs, chemicals and electronic equipments also moved moderately higher. Electronics were mixed. Aerospace issues showed very little change, although Douglas gained a fraction. Nonferrous metals unchanged to slightly higher. UM1- ities moved up slightly, American Telephone adding close to a point. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up 3.W> at 714.52. Prices on Ihe American Stock ported. Mr. Schell was the guest >peaker at the worship service Sunday morning at the Whiting- lam Community Church. Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. government bonds continued their decline. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carrier nd children, Zettella and Russell \_ QC \^ O f Check HdlfS r., visited her parents, Mr. and _ Mrs. Merritt Simmer, in Wilming- PollCe RodlO Contract ' A legal entanglement will hold up the decision on a police radio on during the weekend. Mi', and Mrs. Kenneth Tower md children, George and Kaven, 3f Monroe, Mass., visiled her par nls, Mr. and Mrs. Perley Carulb, during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Reynolds pent the weekend with her broth- r and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. ieorge Hoyl, Jr., in Bridgewa- er, Conn. Mrs. Paul Barrett and children, 3ccky, Nancy and Paula, and Mrs. ames Kickery and son, Steven, f Vernon, visited their parents, 1r. and Mrs. George Hoyt Sr., .aturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bekken- mis and daughter, Shirley-Jo, pent Friday and Saturday at- ending the Field Day in New- ane. Mr. and Mrs, William Van and on, Jackie, of Brattleboro, visit- d his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lcs- er Van, Sunday. Carl JiHson is painlinn the ex- erior of the Jillson apartment ousc. KO-LA-LTJME AWNINGS contract awards Thursday • Can b» itapped at any poll- tion. • You g«f th* amount of iKad* you wan). • lniid«-t)i»-houia operation optional, • Doubla undflrcoitlng pravinh darkening of inferior!. • 15 BEAUTIFUL COLORS • F. H. A. •pproved, up t» Ihri. yftart to piy. ALL TYPES ALUMINUM DOOR CANOPIES WINDOWS — DOORS SHUTTERS — SIDING FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Mt, Williams Sales Luet Rd., Williamitown L. E., Jr., Di«1 SL 8-4987 Optn I P.M. to I P.M. at the earliest, Cnpt. William H Garner said today. Tlic low-bidding General Electric Co. negleclec! to enclose a certified check with its bid, lie explained. Capt. Garner conferred with Mayor Francis C. Florini flboul tile complication and the mayor will in turn, consult City Solicitor Bernard Lenhoff about the legal- lily of the oiler, the acting chief said. General Electric bid $1,645 for replacement of three mobile radios and a base station. Other bidders were Motorola, Inc. and Radio Corporation of America. City Calendar Tonifiht EAGLES AUXILIARY —Regular meeting at 8 p.m., at the Eagles Home. WORLD WAR I VETERANS— Members of North Adams Bnv- L'acks will meet at American gion Home at 7:30 p.m. Tomorrow AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY—Nomination of officers at the meeting at 7:30 p. m., at the Frank H. Stiles Post Home. Delegates and alternates to the County named. Council session Mrs. Richnrd Cudwortli will be in charge of the social. Clicking in Chest Is Sound of Life For 11-Month-Old YONKERS, N. Y. (AF) — A clicking in the chest of her baby daughter is the sound of life /or Mrs. Albert Mazzari. The noise comes from an artificial valve built into the baby's heart June 18 to correct a defect. Theresa Mazzari, Il-months- old, came home from a New York City hospital Monday. "When It is quiet in Ihe room," said her mother, "I can hear a click coming from inside Theresa." Dr. Dennison Younjj, head of Ihe Montefiore Hospital child heart clinic, said Theresa is believed lo be the first infant to have an artificial valve in the heart. 2 Brothers in Mail Truck Heisf Appeal 25-Year Jail Terms BOSTON (API— Two Dorchester brothers have appealed 25 - year prison terms for their part in the $2,231 robbery of a U.S. Mail truck in Dorchester last Dee. 20. Federal Court Judge Andrew A. Calfrey raised bail for both from $15,000 to $25,000 yesterday in granting a stay of execution of sentence pending the appeal. The brothers, John E. Burke, 27, and Leo Burke, 22, were convicted of armed robbery and con spiracy by a jury last month. A third defendant, William E. Ubby, 21, also of Dorchester, was freed on a directed verdict of acquittal during Ihe trial. However, Libby has been sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison for a Roslindale holdup. Driver Fined $20 For SideSwiping On Beaver St. Melford C. Peck, 3G, of Halls Ground, Clarksburg was fined n District Court today for dangerous driving. He pleaded guil- 'y, Police said his car side-swiped another vehicle on Beaver Street icar the Clarksburg line June 23, causing an estimated $400 damage lo five guard rails. Sgt. York, 75, Resting Wei I NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP)— Sgt. Alvin C. York, famed World War Medal of Honor winner, rested comfortably today at Veterans -Jospital here where he was ad- nitted Monday for a checkup and observation. A hospital spokesman said York, 75, was "not seriously ill." York, n ill heallh since suffering a light stroke in 1943, has been bedfast n recent years at his rural home n Pall Mall, Tenn. Respiratory and heart ailments lospilalized York here for several days during the Easter holiday. York was decorated in 1018 after IB killed 25 German soldiers and captured 132 prisoners in a single day. Girl Scout Counselor Hurt, Leaves Hospital Diaiuic Russell, daughter of Mr. ud Mrs. Norman A. Russell of 506 W. Main St., who is serving is a counselor in training at Girl icout Camp Witawentin at Pitts- ield this summer, has been discharged from Sf. Luke's Hos">i- al there where she was under ob- .ervation. Miss Russell, a Curved Bar nomber of Troop 6 of St. Jo- ,epli's School, bumped her head on a fireplace at camp and was mocked unconsicous. Siie was idmiltcd lo (he hospital Satur- ay and was discharged yeslcr- by lo return lo Ihc camp on Onola Lake. Crawford Blocks Bill That Might Help Phantom Fairs Slate Rep. Wallace B. Craw-'counly or anywhere else if it was ford of Pittsfield yesterday -won not in action this year received reconsideration of a bill he was an unfavorable report from the afraid might help "another phan-'Ways and Means Committee, torn fair come to the surface." j Mr. Crawford said he would The bill passed by the House fight for passage of this bill de- yesterday when Rep. Crawford spite the adverse rcporl. He said was not present would have barr-jit would guarantee that no more ed fairs from racing at out-of-jphantom fairs would appear, county commercial tracks unless| Last week the out-ol-connty Ihey held meets there in I960 or racing bill had come up on Ihe later. floor but Mr. Crawford said he Dale Changed Mr. Crawford sought reconsi- was able to have it sent back to committee because olthe changed Might Be Error ft was supposed to be rewritten to the original form before deration because the Legal Af- date, fairs Committee ou which he serves had approved a bill with 1063 as the exclusion dale. The committee and he were.coming back to Ihe floor. Mr. afraid the I960 dale might mcan|Crawford said it probably came someone was trying to save some back for action yesterday be- 'air' racing in I960 but not this!cause of the mistake of some year. He said he thought the page boy. However, he did nol fanluckct fair using Ihe out-of-[entirely eliminate the possibility county Foxboro track might be that it was a calculated mart this category, but was not neuver. jure. The bill will now be rcstudierf Today a bill that would keep by the Committee on Bills in any fair from racing in its own ! Third Reading. Mrs. Alyce S. Gales — EMplre 8-2893 Name Mclrrfyre To School Board George Mclnlyre has been ap pointed to finish the remainder of he year on the School Board. He will replace Mrs. George Price, who resigned when she moved out of town. Church Committee Holds Meeting The' Jacksonville Community Church Committee met at the Sunday School rooms for a business discussion. They voted to pay the total bill for material and lumber for renovation work and also voted to send a vote of thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Parks Holcomb of Marlboro, who do nated and planted shrubbery on the church lawn. Vacation Bible I School to Open Vacation Bible School is being planned for July 22 to July 2fl at he Sunday School rooms. There vill be no nursery class but youngsters from age four through he eighth grade are welcome, it was announced. The organization committee con- ists of Shirley Coombs, chair- nan, Iva Roberts, and Evelyn Behrens. Aliens Honored 3y Sunday School The teachers and helpers of he Community Sunday School met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Allen and presented hem a gift in appreciation for ,he work they had done the past ,'ear as superintendent of Ihe ocal Sunday school. way lo his home at Branford, Conn. Mr. Richardson was returning from a tour of California and other western slates. Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Sessler of Baldwin, L.I., N.Y., and Mrs. Marie Gregg of Newburgh, N.Y., spent the holiday weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behrens Sr. On Sunday all went to Framingham, Mass., where they attended the christening of the granddaughter of Mi-, and Mrs. Behrens Sr., Marcy Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behrens Jr. Mrs. Gregg and Mrs. Sessler are sisters of Ernest Bc'nrens Sr. Other weekend guests at the Behrens home included their, son, Edward, and a friend from Pittsfield, Mass. Candace Hadlcy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hadley, returned home Sunday from West Newton, Mass., where she underwent surgery at the Newton- Wellesley Hospital. Marie Kingsley has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kingsley at Goshen, N.Y., after spending three weeks at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stone. Won't Try That Again TRACY, Calif. W» — Phil Kneeland, 23, a commercial pilot who flies weekend pa rach liters, tried Ills first leap from 3.000 feet to learn what jumping was like. He landed atop nn airport building, and suffered a broken left leg. Births Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dflini o( Danbury, Conn., are parents ot a son born this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Diillio Dami of Reser- -oir Rd., this city, are the pa- ernal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John O'Connor of Oxford, formerly of this cily, arc parents of a son born jester- •iay in Webster Hospital. Mrs. O'Connor is the former Margaret TACONIC HARMONICS-LocaljDoolinR, daughter of Mrs. Wil- barbershop singing chapter, rcgn-lltam W. Dooling of 108 W. Main lar meeting al 8 p. m., in Ihejst. and the late Mr. Dooling. Mr. club rooms over the North Ad- and Mrs. Frank O'Connor of An- iolden-White A wedding of local interest look place Saturday afternoon at. 2 at he parsonage of the First Baptist Church at Brnltlcboro, when Miss ilnrgarct While, daughter of Mr, md Mrs. George S. White, became he bride of Martin Golden, son if Mr. and Mrs. Golden of Ro- diesler, N. Y. The Rev. James L. Young per- ormcd the ceremony in Ihe pros- nee of the immediate families. A small reception was held at the home of the bride following the ceremony. The bride lived here several years with her parents who at that lime conducted a grocery store here. She was graduated from llampdcn Dubose Academy. ZeUwood Fla., and attended Houghton College al Houghton, N. Y. Mr. Golden was graduated from West High School at Rochester. N. Y., attended Houghton College and will receive his degree from Ihe University of Rochester. He is employed by Pfaudlcrs-Pcrmulil, Inc. of Rochester. Following a brief trip (he couple will reside in Rochester, N. Y. Open House Program The Homemaking Department of Whitingham High School will hold open house Thursday from 2 to 4 and 7 lo !) p.m., it was announced today by Carolyn Stone, homemaking teacher. Faster Cooking- Instant Hot Water SOCONY MOBIL BOTTLED GAS HAYDEN Bottled Gas Division of Haydon Oil & Supply Co. 483 Ashland St. Dial MO 3-6588 ams Savings Bank. burn are paternal grandparents. GET THE REST YOU NEED Guests at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen durinfi the past •cck included Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Branson and four children of West Andover, Mass,, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Long and two children of Brattleboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard 7-schock of Vernon, Conn. Newton Stone is spending 'the month of July nl the home of his son and danghlcr-in-lfiw, Mr. and Mrs, Verne Stone. Robert Richardson visiled at the home of his • sister-in-law, Mrs. Harry Murdoch, and Mr. Murdock (or n few nays on the Borrow exactly what you need — a little or a lot — at solid, common sense . terms at M-A-C NORTH ADAMS IS BANK STREET MO 3-5347 LEGAL Commonwealth of M«s*ichui*tts BERKSHIRE, ss. PROBATE COURT To *1I parsons lnl«resl«d In th« estate of HERBERT EISNER lale ol Norlh Adams In 5«ltl Count/, deceased. te&lMe. A petilion has been presented lo said Courl (or license to sell — pri- te sale — certain real eslate of safd deceased. If you desire to ohjecl thereto you or your atlotney stioutd tile « written appearance In said Court al PJttsficrd before ten o'clock in the forenoon on the IKiritythird day of July 1963, ttie relum (fay of this citation. Witness. F. ANTHONY HANI.ON, Ts- .Hire. Jvdjio ol said Court, Itils filth lay ol July 1963. JAMES W, CAROLAN, Register July 9 IS 22 AUCTION King's Ajcfion Center Stamford, Vt. WEDNESDAY, JULY 10 Starts? P. M. Partial liiling; lawn chain, B NV antique dctlc, all kinds of chain. tables, Limp*, garden fools, toyj, games, kitchen ware, ra- dioi, ifcp laddcri, china closet, refrigerator, IrunVi, nice vanilyp disFioi, pflint, hundreds, of ilems, many surprises. Come and brmg v°" r friendi. Auction riold imide, rain or shim. Ediion C. King, Auclion«tr TONIGHT, WED..THURS. pMnit Sm*ira • Don Martin In "Sergeants 3" _ ALSO — Bing Crosby, Dorothy L*mour, Bob Hop* in "Koa<l to Hong Kong"

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