Ames Daily Tribune from Ames, Iowa on August 17, 1933 · Page 8
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Ames, Iowa
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< "BUY Bwna or ixcr* «*—Fnik WORLD'S FAIR: FIVE. DAYS, $15.95; > days, $10.95; 2 I7.S5. Write Tribune 2605. DANCE AT MOOSE HALL. SAT- unlay the 19th. H—AutonoUU**. Tnck» tor Bale ! FOR SALE: WEALTHY. APPLES. i $1.00 bushel. 5 mlleu south and Vt, mile east of Ames. Huxler pnone 1211. Andrew Ttsdall. " • RIPE GRAPES, 3c POUND. PH. 1033-J. USED CARS 1929 Chevrolet Sedan. 1931 Ford Coupe 1929 Nasb. coach. 1929 Chevrolet Truck with stock rack. 1929 Ford Truck. Allen Motor Co. Chevrolet Dealer* Phone 395 5th and Douglas WANTED! USED CARS Our stock }B exhausted and we are temporarily in a position to offer exceptional allowances In trade for NEW PLYMOUTHS, DODGES AND OLDSMOBILES It will pay .you to SEE US AT ONCE W. H. Nutty Garage Plymouth • Dodge • Oldimoblle LINCOLN SEDAN Very good, cheap '31 Buick coupe, like new. '28 Durant 75 sedan, reasonable. Internationa] pickup truck, new. big discount MAX DUITOH A0TO EXOH. Phone 1000 323 5th '31 Chevrolet Coupe $285 Rumble seat. McGee Motor Co. Nash, De Soto, Plymouth 321 Lincolnway Phone 294 READ THE WANTS «4—Household Good* Buy Your, New Furniture At the wholesale house. Save Auctioneer's expenses. Call and get a card at Walsh Fum. & Hdwe. Phont 685 75—For BaJe, FUK BALJE: USED SEWING MA- 1 chines. Singers, New Home, Franklin, Climax, and others. $5.00 and up. We do hemstitching. Singer j i Sewing Company. 302 Kellogg. I BABY CARmAGE: TAPESTRY • Kozy Kar. Storm front, inner- j spring mattress. New 18 x 36 crib mattress. Phone 8SO. AXZ* DATLT niBmrx WMW. AMXI. IOWA, AND HIS FRIENDS BSTlir The Stage Is Set! I HAVE IT ALL WCWKEO <XTT, MOW — IF PAT W6CC MORE Rt<=»HT THIS HAVE, »T oveftwrmff IXL GCT BACK IN THE VVOOOS €>OMt- Pl>CE,WHERe I CAM TVtlMK OVER JU»T WHAT TO DO TO MAKE f*T <5EE.YOt/Ce A FUMWV .FRECKLE*/ A PRETTY «ftL LIKT. TAKE*, A ftHIMK TO AMD VOU OOtfT UKC IT -_ WHILE, tr rr WA& ME,It) BE TICKLED AH-A.-AM — WHAT ARE VCO DCMW6 WAV OUT HERE., WT 2 OH, NOTMIM6—I SAW VOU COME POWN THIS WAV. SO I THO06HT tt) FOLLOW YOU AMD KEEP MOU COMMMY. WO OBJECTION I HOPE.'.' CAWT RED I'M GOING FOR A WALK BEFORE &REAKFAST I By Blosser STILL. I HAVE TO 5E DAD GAVt THI& TRIP UP MERE, AMD I CANT JUST COME OUT AM* HCf INDlFFfcREMT »M'IV POP Give Him a Break! RARE OLD BLACK WALNUT secretary. Call at 114.^Campus j this week. By Cowan wo "• DETECTIVES. WITH GLADYS, SURPBISE •CHICK AMD BEGIN QUESTIONING HIM ABOUT HIS CONNECTION WITH MISSGOWDY. AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC WASH- er, solid walnut chair. Phone 1948 FOR SALE: BED, DRESSER, wattle iron. Call 1538-J. WHITE GRANITE GAS RANGE. Phone 1314-J. HOUSEHOLD 114 Campus. FURNITURE AT 70—Wanted, Aliscellaneoui WANTED TO BUY: USED WA' ter softener suitable for household use. B. F. Tillotson, Jordan, la. I See These Used Cars Before You Buy! Dodge Sedan - "...-' $185 Naan Sedan .*„ $125 79 Ford Pickup $65 Mathison Motor Co. PLYMOUTH Look at and drive all three. G«t your money's worth. Cliff Roberson Garage Phone 34 412 "Burnett 19—Poultry fur Sole POULTRY—DRESSED CHICKENS Springs 17c per Ib. Young fat hens ...12c " " No charge- for dressing and delivery. Woodland Farms. Phone 435. WHITE ROCK KRl^S, MILK FED 2% to 4 polfnds. No charge for dressing and delivery. Phone 371-J CHEAP, NICE MILK FED FRIES. [ 54F5 *5—Apartments, Flat* 7—Auto Repairs WE FIX THEM on They Can't Be Fixed Morrison's Garage 323 Linctlnvwy Phone 610 13—Beamy Service FREDRICA CROQUIGNOLE OR combination permanents. — Al- fene's Beauty Shop. Phone 427. 13—Bnslnece Service Offered Upholstering Refinishing Repairing Little Furniture Shop Phone 114—231.& Main Plumbing — Heating ami Well Work PHONE 226 E. A. Foy NEW FURN ACES Gen. furnace repair work. Furnaces vacuum cleaned. Eve trough work F. A. Gould i Phone 527-J 312 Main St. CALL 486-J Apartments and houses, close to college, clean, neat, convenient priced right Chas. Miller, 132 Haywood Ave, I OONT CAT?E. WHAT \1T$ M.\. 'YOU'VE DONE, SWEETIE, SUGW?,ICAN IF XW\?E »N TPOUBLE I'M HEWC TO STICK A EVERYTHING PKJWT BV VOU DON'T \W OVE HIM A CHANCE, TO ANSWEP? WELL, LEX'S )i' HEM? YOU ALLEY OOP A Boomerang! By Hamlin TRIBUNE-TIMES FARM NEWS FIVE ROOM MODERN FURNISH ed bungalow. Hot water heat. Garage. Write 2661 Tribune. FOR RENT: MODERN 5-ROOM bungalow. Heated garage. Near college. Redecorated. Phone 1539-J. FOR RENT: APAKTMENTi FIVE room duplex, newly decorated, heat and water furnished,'Glassed in. front porch. 621 Fifth. SIX ROOM HOUSE, PARTLY modern. Garage. Call 1384, daytime. FOR RENT: :5 .MODERN . bungalow furnished. Call 571- W. FOR .RENT: HOUSE, FXJRNIS'H- ed; or unfurnished. Call 4S6-J. FOR NICE APARTMENTS, CLOSE to campus,-reasonably pi Iced, see M. A- Countryman, 2728 Lincoln way. • '•. FOR RENT: TWO ROOM FURN ished apartment Private 'en trance. S2S Burnett. Phone 739-W. CHICAGO "OLE)—Livestock:'"'" * HOGS: 23,000, including 8,000 directs. Slow, .10 to 15c lower. 170 to 240 Ibs., $4.35@?4.50, top'$4.50. 250 to 290 Ibs., ?3.85@?4.25. 140 to 160 Ibs., ?4.00@ 14.40. Pigs ?3.75 down. Packiig sows mainly $3.00 @ $3.25. Light light, 140 to 160 Ibs., good and choice, $3.S5@$4.45; light wL, 160 to 200 Ibs., good and choice, CHICAGO WJ!)—Grain range: Open High Low Close WHEAT: May Sept. Dec. CORN: May Sept Dec. S9% 85% 53 y; 42% 48% ?4.25@$4.50; medium weight, 200 OATS- FURXISHED HOME: DAY TELE- j to 250 Ibs., good and choice, $4.20@ j May 3S% phone 309.. ! |4.50; heavy weight, 250 to 350 Ibs., HOUSE AT 1225 LINCOLN WAY. 1 good and choice, $3.40@?4.25; pack- APARTMENTS -AND MODERN bungalow /or renC Little Broth ers.-322 Main. Phone 196. DESIRABLE APARTMENT, EV- erything furnished.. Outside en I trance. 310 'Lincoln way. •FIVE ROOM MODERN APT. ALL j Jn one floor. Separate furnace 'and meters. Phone 2129. APARTMENTS—EITHER FLOOR, Private entrance. Garage. 803 Burnett ATTRACTIVE APART M E N T Reasonably priced. Near campus. 117 Stanton. ONE TWO ROOM AND ONE three room zpartment. 412 Main. Call 560-W. t FURNISHED DOWNSTAIRS APT. Private porch. 95S-W. C. E. SUCHEJt Paints and Papers . Contracting Phone 1482-J 726 Carroll PIANO TUNING: FINEST WORK- manship. O. I. Fey, 403 Lincoln way. Phone 2338. AMES GARBAGE CO. LEW COLS. Phone 2061. 2T—Work Wanted, Female FOR RENT. DUPLEX IN FOURTH ward. 1752-J. DESIRABLE TWO ROOM FURN Jshed apt. Phone 733-W. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. 317 Sixth street FURNISHED APART- ment, also bedroom. Call 1618-J. TWO FURNISHED APTS. WITH garages. 939-W. FOR RENT: APARTMENT. Fifth. 716 EXPERIENCED STENOGRAPHER desires position in Ames. Some law experience. A-l references. Anna Johnson, 1120 West 22nd street, Des Moines. WANTED: GENERAL HOUSE work of all kinds. Good, clean work guaranteed. Both uptown and fourth ward, 2£c per hour Pull 2034. .H6—Wanted, Koums or Board SMALL UNFURNISHED APART- ment. Near campus. State price. Write 2666 Tribune. ' 8»—Business Places for Rent FOR RENT: SMALL STORE HOUSEWORK WANTED BY EX~- pcriencedgwoman. 411-.T. .— j building on campus. Call 490. 01—Garden Produce FRESH MKLOJNS fr'OK SALE Open evenings. South side of Lincoln way and Franklin. Frank Davis. POTATOES. TOMATOES, AP- plef, beets, carrots, cucumbers. 62F4. P- 0- Stone. CUCUMBERS AND POTATOES. Phone 28F2. TOMATOKS AND CUCUMBERS at flin T.'ncoln \vjiy. ftSfi.w. READ THE WANTS 83—Houses for Sale FOR SALE OK KENT: NEW COT- tage at Campus. Ill State Ave. 94—House* (or Rent 8-ROOM MODERN FURNISHED home. Near high school. Fire- Place, fruit trees, owner to retail* 2 bedrooms. Very reasonably priced to responsible party. Telephone 705. SMALL HOtJSR NKAU CAMPUS. Complctoly roflnlshed. heated reaoftened water; *ard«n, ' 7—Farms £ Lands for R«ni| FOR RENT: SO ACRES 1% E, Ames, joins Nelson.—iGeo. Stultz, Winter-set, la. . • v 08—Farms & J,ands for Sale FGH SALE OR TRADE:' TEN acrt fruit and irucb land located in Marion county, Fla.. close to good town. Will reasonable or will , consider trade.— Oliver F KHlogg. 913 Duff Ave.. Ames. l03H-To Exchange,- Iteal Es»at«- TO EXCHANGE: A OQOD 80 acre farm adjoining Moulton, la., for a farm near Ames. Phone 196. Little Brothers. 104—SM$i> Ads EQUITY'IN SIX ROOM "MODERN house' for • good car. Telephone 16124,. J. -X^y . ; • ' ing sows, 275 to 550 Ibs.. medium and good, $2.65@$3.40; slaughter pigs, 100 to 130 choice, 13.0 Ibs., good and Today VMarkets Price* bid Dy local dealer* No. 2; com Ear corn. . Oats Hogs . ..35%c 33%c ...24%c .$3.80 Cream, sweet 19%c Cream,'sour 17%c Eggs, No. 1 ....12c Eggs, No. 2 ,.7c Heavy hens. 4% Ibs., and up ..7c Heavy hens under 4% Ibs. and leghorns 4c Heavy breed springs, 4 Ibs. ^ ~ and over lOc Seavy breed springs, under 4 Ibs. ..;. 7c jeghprn springs 6c Leghorn!, cox" 3 C All roosters 4c All number twos, two cents les's. * Answers to Test Questions CATTLE: 5,000, calves 2,000. Fed steers and yearlings mostly steady. Inbetweei. grades predominating. Shipper demand a little narrower but still broad enough to absoifj meager supplies of western yearlings to sell at $6.50- upward. Largely $5.50@?6.50 market on steers and yearlings. Steers early $7,00." Weighty offerings held above $7.25. Practical top . heifers $6.00. She stock little more active at week's decline. Slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, 550 to 900 Ibs., good and choice, S5.59@?7.25: 900 to 1100 Ibs.. good and choice, $5.50@?7.40; 1100 to 1300 Ibs., good and choice, ?5.75©$7.50; 1300 to 1500 Ibs.. good and choice, $5.95®?7.50; 550 to 1300 Ibs.. common and medium |3.50@ $5.75. Heifers, 550 to 750 Ibs., good and choice, $5.00@S6.35: common and medium, $2.50@?5.00. Cows, good, ?3.50@$4.75; common and medium $2.35@$3.50; low cutter and cutter, $1.25@$2.35. Bulls (Darling excluded) good (beef) §3.60@f4.00: cutter, common and medium $2.25@?3.35. Vealers, good and 'choice. ?6.25@?7 25: medium, $5.50®$6.25; cull and common. ?4.00@$5.50. Stocker and feeder cattle: Steers. 500 to 1050 Ibs.. good and choice, |4.50@S5.50: common and medium. $2.75@$4.50. SHEEP: 5,000. Lambs slow, most bids "steady. Sellers asking 25c higher. Early top $7.75. Most bids $7.50 'downward. Nothing done on holdover rangers. Sheep steady. Slaughter sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, $6.75®$7.75: common and medium ?3.75@S7.00. Ewes, SO to 150 Ibs., good and choice, $1.85@$3.0fl: all wts.. common and medium, $1.00® $2.00. Sept Dec. RYE: May Sept Dec. 30% 34V2 71 64% BARLEY: 43 4714 54 Sept. Dec- May 99 Vt, 91% 95 60% 49% 54% 44% 36% 40% 79% 68 73% 52% 57% 62% 53% 42% 48% 38% 30%. 34% 71 58 64% 43 47% 54 96% 89% 92% 60% 43% 54% 44% -36% 40% 79% 67% 73% 51% 56% | New York Stocks j | Close Today j "*NEW YORK (U.E) — Following are Thursday's closing bids on the New York slock exchange: .SS American Can American Locomotive .... 31 American T. and T 127% American Tobacco B Anaconda 17% Atchison, T. & S. F 16% Bethlehem Steel 40% C. & N. W. Com lv/ 2 Chrysler 40 Corn Products .. 86% DuPont 77 General Electric ..* 24% General Motors 1 1 Cities Have Riding Academies DES MOINES, ttlE)—Increasing interest in the breeding of saddle horses in Iowa may lead to a reputation for this state equal to that of "the bluegrass region" in Kentucky, according to Harry Linn, secretary of the Iowa Horse Breeders association.- Linn has noted a great increase in the number, of persons riding horses in Iowa in the past years. There also has been an increase iu breeding establishments, he said. Riding academies are located In 11 of the principal towns and cities of the state. Des JVIoines alone has seven such institutions. • • Academies also are located at Ames, Cedar Rapids, Waterloo, Davenport and Sioux City. Furthermore many privately owned stables of two or more horses are maintained in many of these towns he said. Among the smaller cities of the state in which horseback riding has acquired popularity are Osceola, Ames and Iowa City, Linn said. Students at both Iowa State-college and the University of Iowa have accepted riding as a pastime. Formation of a Saddle Horse association in Iowa is expected to occur during Iowa State fair week, ..SlSfi Linn said. Owners are expected .sy Farm Comment Sy MRS E. O. ROBINSON Altho the sun is very hot and the days are uncomfortably warm, the breezes speak of autumn days. New are the days make preparations for food for winter. Canning is going on, both in town and country. The county farm bureau picnic, or "farmers Playday," at Lake Comar, last Thursday, was a gr'sat" success, eutirely independent of the good program. The park and lake are beautiful and unusual to most of the folks in the country. Many of the younger folks and children greatly enjoyed the swimming and (living. This was marred only by one little fellow, walking too close to the shore and slipping under water. A life saver soon had him on shore, where he walked sobbing away, led by sisters and brothers aud apparently none the worse for the fall. One of the best things on the program to my mind, was the reading by a Washington twonship young man, "Why the Boys Leave the Farm." This is the very thing the 4-H clubs are working against. International Harvester !.37y, Urom all parts of Iowa to complete Montgomeiy Ward 2! 35 9« H n a/.iv New York Central Pennsylvania R. R. Sears-Roebuck . 40?$ Standard Oil of N. J. Studebaker U. S. Rubber U. S. Steel .. 54 Westinghouse Electric ...... 43% Standard Oil of ind .......... 29% Cities Service Below are the answert to the est questions printed on page one. 1. Philippine Islands. 2. Bismarck. 3. 'His Improvements on the team engine. 4. A school of art which uses quarts or cubes tor prrspf-otivp. rroonln, Persla,,Afghanlstan, ustan, r Dakota. An oriental Inn. Russia. genre painter. uml 6. f i, 8. 8. 10. 1020. PRODUCE 1 i ___ _ .. _ ____ ' _______ Q CHICAGO (U.E)— Produce: EGGS: Market steady, prices unchanged: receipts 6,973 cases; extra firsts 12%@13%; firsts 12 %@ 13%; current receipts 10%@H%; dirties 9%. BUTTER: Market steady, prices unchanged; receipts 15,187 tubs; specials 19%@19%; extras 1S%; extra firsts 17%@1S; firsts IGVslJi 17; seconds 15^@16; standards POULTRY: Market unsrttled; receipts 27 trucks; fowls 10(?i'n%; springers 9%; k-gborns S; (lucks 7 (<i 9; geese turkeys 10<?i>ll; roosters 7; leghorn broileis 11 (j> CHBHSE: Twins. Lonjthorns, 12^(8>12V4. POTATOES: On tr^ck 146; arrivals 41: shipments 353; market <|ul! and weaker. Motorist Changes Plea to "Guilty" on Liquor Charge John Hia, 39, of Ellsworth, a r- rested here the night of July 24 and charged with driving an automobile while intoxicated, came into municipal court, Wednesday afternoon, and changed his plea of not guilty to guilty. He had asked for a Jury trial, and Jurors were being notified to appear Thursday morning for the trial. Hia was ordered to appear Monday at 1:80 p. m., for sentence, Dave Blackburn, convicted of illegal possession of liquor," Wednesday morning, is to appear at the same time for sentence. 250,00ol£tailers Pay Beer Licenses WASHINGTON, d : .P>— More than a quarter of a. million retail beer establishments won- licensed .in the first three months after legali- lation, internal revenue statistics shoved thursday. Twenty dollar license fees were collected from 262 639 retailers up the organization. The purpose of the associatiou will be to increase the popularity of.-saddle horses, to develop the *h,pwing of this class of livestock W fairs in the state and to fostei tfe«,-,taisicg of saddle horses by farm boys and girls in 4-H clubs, Linn said. One Iowa 4-H club boy already has trained a saddle horse and will exhibit at the state fair. Linn said. set "He has trained the horse himself and even if he should be eliminated in the final judging, he will have helped start the ball rolling for the development of Iowa as a saddle horse country," Linn said. Mrs. Rosenfeld's recipe for saccharine pickles should have said, six cups vinegar to four of water. Thru a mistake it read the other Here ^s a very good catsup recipe winch is very easily made. One dozen big, very ripe tomatoes. One dozen ripe apples, big. Half a dozsn big onions. Cook tomatoes ?/nd let stand until the watery part separatfs. then drain it off and put pulp thru press or colander. The onions may be cooked with the tomatoes. Have apples cooked and pressed and combine with onions and tomatoes. Add one teaspoou each of ground cinnamon and mustard, three of salt „ ,,.. , one half each of ground pepper He is Gene Bass of Winter- | and allspice, three cups sugar and three of vinegar and boil until thick enough to suit. Remember that such things «re a little thicker when cold. Seal in bottles or jars. The recipe may be doubled. Here is an old fashioned pickle recipe which many like, as it is different. Twenty-five medium siz- _ ed cukes, sliced without peeling, j salt, neaping tablespoon. Celery seed and one cup olive oil. Put cukes and other things 'in layers, adding oil to' each layer, or mix oil in with the hands. Cover with, cold vinegar. I understand that these keep perfectly and J know they are good. They might be put in tiny jars and covered with paraffine. - ... It is surprising how green weeds, burrs or brush will burn,, if a fire is first made of dry brush, fodder, or straw. Just build a good fire and add the green stuff a little at a time, until it is all burned. Green brush may be burned in., great Quanities, if a good start. is made for it. It will make a very hot fire. . Here is the wanted sweet pickle recipe. Three pounds of sugar to seven pounds of fruit and one" pint of vinegar. This is 'fine' for'- peaches, apples, pears or crabap-" pies. It may be used for cucumbers after they are taken from thtf' salt bath. Prepare the cucumbers' by washing aud put them on the"' stove in cold salt water (not brine) remove from stove when th«} water is too hot for the baricf. If made from large cukes they may" have the vinegar solution added'-' and cook them until clear, if small cucumbers just heat well,' Do not. boil. Kelley Planning a Market Day to Aid Its Community Fair KELLEY— In order to make the ninth annual Kelley Community,. Fair and Farmers institute as self-;, supporting as possible, the fair management will holt, a market dayv sale here Saturday afternoon, Aug.^" :9, auctioning off livestock, macbln-J >sry, grain and other items to be brot n by farmers of the Kelley rK to .Junf »o Rn ,| n.isft wholesalers had obtained llcvnses at J5o each. MOrVIES Two of Hollywood's best-known western stars "joined up" with Paramount to play in Zane Grey's "Sunset Pass," which comes to the Capitol theatre Friday and Saturday. They are Tom Koene, who is cast in the loa'ling role, and Harry Carey, one of tlir menaces of the cast. Keene plays the role of a Cattleman's Association deputy, engaged to run down a gans of rustlers, who finds that the brother of the Rirl \\c IOVM Is the man he must apprehend. "Sunset. Pass," tho film, follows Closely the original story by Zane Grey. It !H replete with thrilling Incidents— a raxing prnlrle fire, a m».d stamptdo of .in HiorniMis herd of cattlt. breathless. »"« fighting, r!<!l«K Several auctioneers have offered their services free of charge for thsr afternoon and the management If offering prizes for the best auc- tioneering. Lew Stensland and Lloyd Eveland have been appointed to direct the auctioneering activities. The committee in charge of gen-* eral arrangements for the sale in-eludes Frank Klngsbury, Alfred De-' Long and Lawrence Skromme. Frank Toll and Phaene Hibbs wfll serve as clerks. The Kelley community band will present a concert One cup mustard seed, half a cup preceding the sale. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OFFICIAL PUBLICATION NOTICE OF IIKAIUNO ON ESTABLISHMENT OF PROPOSED SECONDARY UOAD DISTRICT Notice Is hereby Riven that there tins been fiifil In the office of th« County Auditor of Story County, a petition for the establixliment of « District for surfacing Hie following ileswibed secondary ruads: Beginning at tl>e W 4 corner of Section 27-83-24, and runs cast or,f l-.alf miln alonir the center lino of Section 2T-83-2-1, theno* south one half m!le on the ctiui-r line of Section JT-S.i-24. and is one mile in length. Said ronds to bo surfaced with enuvl. District to include ttic followinc d.-scribed real estat?: Subdivision WU, X\VVi K'y" NW, N\V'., S\V, NK',_ S\V' /t NK'T N\v; si:', S\V, SK'i v :'i. s I''. 1 ' xwv; Section Township N" 14 VI -'I OUNKK !•'. K. Alien Thonnis Muronfy Tl:oni»* G. Hihbs (".inOIno S.irrnson Kai'livl Nelson John M. Hick* Tl-om;i.s"iiey liiiciici Nc!s"n 'i. K. Hai ffttin I'nion SHtiimnt JVuik, Amc» t.'til*'t!i N:*ti*jnsi! (tank, Anuit th« Ooiiril of fi-.:r'«rv|jdfi petition will come on for hearing iw HI their office In the court House In NMI«I|». Inwu, nt 1 ;3<5 o'clo, k r> ">., on the 32ml (Iny of Auuusl 1033. »t which time nil ffnttn* HI). rntr<i therein runy n|ii"-.n' nn.i bo hesrd in the huitui. AiiKum nth, p.i.r Bvrtnv mcio'v. Oour.iv Au<lli«r. , I»ubll8fa«d & t'i» Amea Unify Tribune-Times Augu»t JO »n<S if, .'.5iJ,

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