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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1966 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS THE MT. VERNON RED CROSS GRAY LADIES were guests of honor at the annual tea held Thursday at the Mt. Vernon State Tuberculosis'Sanitarium. William Davis, hospital business administrator, is shown presenting a five-year- award to Mrs. Charles Loehr. Shown with them, and receiving one-year pins were from left, Mrs. James Green, Mrs. Walter Smith, Mrs. Wendall Minor and Mrs. Winnie McDaniel. Far right, is Mrs. Bobby Tevebaugh, supervisor of Patients' Services at the Sanitarium. Mrs. Gale Pierce, also eligible for a first-year pin, was not present for the picture. Mrs. Tevebaugh was in charge of arrangements And invited the following special guests: Miss Barbara Stratton, excutive secretary of the Mt. Vernon Red Cross Chapter; Mrs. Florence Tate, chairman of Gray Ladies; Mrs. Geraldine Wilson, chairman of shoppers; and Mrs. Edna Casey who was the first Gray Lady shopper in this city. On Wednesday of each week, these volunteer workers shop for the patients at the sanitarium. UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY BENEFIT MISS JUDITH ANN HALE Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hale of Whittington are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Dexter Edmison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edmison of Opdyke. A December wedding is being planned. DEAR ABBY . Problem Is Merely 'Boyologicar Abigail Van Buren By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY: A girl telephoned and asked mc if I would take her out on Saturday night to make her boy friend jealous. This girl is 18 and is very, very good looking. Long blond hair, terrific figure and the works! I had nothing better to do and thought it might be fun so I said yes. : I am 21 years old, liave a new car and am not exactly a creep. Well, Abby, I fell for this girl, knowing all along that she was only using mo. Is tliere something the matter with me? FELL R4RD DEAR FELL: If by "fell" you triean you became physically attracted to her, llicrc is nothing wrong with you. You were only following your "boyological" urge —{more "boy" than logical.) You'll recover. DEAR ABBY: What do you think of tlioso mini skirts? WONDERING DEAR WONDERING: They're all right if the girl doesn't have magna legs. VEAR ABBY: What can be done about a mother who allows herself to be used by her daughter as an unpaid servant, and then turns around and complains to all her relatives? The woman happens to be my mother, and it is getting on niy nerves. When my sister asks hfer to sit with her children for an evening, afternoon, or for weeks at a time while she and her husband go off on vacations, "Good Old Mom" can't get there fast enough. Then she complains to all the relatives sibout how hard tlie kids are to handle, and iiow dirty Sis' house Was before she dug in and cleaned .it up. lAnd worse yet, she says, "Never again!" But just let Sis ask her, and "Good Old Mom" is aver there worldng like a horse. Ahy suggestions? DISGUSTED DEAR DISGUSTED: Tell "Good Old Mom" that if she wants to sit, stand, or roU over for her daugtiter. It's all right with you. But you'd rather not hear any complaints about it. CONFIDENTIAL TO "NOT UNDERSTOOD": From your letter I would suggest that you thank your lucky stars that your wife doesn't understand you. If she did, you'd be in more trouble than you are now. Troubled? Write to Abby, Box G9700, Los Angeles, Cal., 90069. For a personal reply, inclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope For Abby's booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding," send $1.00 to Abby, Box 69700, Los Angeles, Cal. 90O69. More Vacation Time For State Civil Service SPRINGFIELD, HI. (AP) Open hearings will be held Tuesday to consider changes in working conditions for state em­ ployes. If adopted, the proposed rules would affect fringe benefits for employes, particularly length of vacations and overtime provisions. Gov. Otto Kerner requested the state personnel director, Mayde Myers, to hold the hearings so that revised rules can be submitted to the Civil Service Commission in time to become effective Jan. 1. The plan would give employes with seven years continous service three weeks vacation and those with 15 years or more would earn foui- weeks vacation. Another rule to be considered would require the state to pay overtime at the base rate of pay if compensatory time off was not given within a 12-month period of overtime accrual. The largest state in the Union, Alaska, has the smallest capital city — Juneau, with a population of 7,200 First Thanksgiving Hop In Mt. V. Next Week An annual Thanksgiving Hop is being planned by teenagers as a special Thanksgiving celebration event of their own for the benefit of the United Cerebral Palsy of South Central Illinois on Fi-iday, November 25th at 7:30 p.m. in Mt. Vernon Community Center, George Heidenreich, president of the organization, announced. He said this is the first Thanksgiving Hop conducted by teenagers as a traditional pari of the Thanksgiving celebration on behalf of United Cerebral Pal- By. Heidenreich will act as master of ceremonies for the event. The highlight of the benefit dance Will be a telephone call from a famous teenage recording artist. Don Grady of CBS' "My Three Sons" show is National Chairman of teen programs of United Cerebral Palsy Brenda Lee and Nancy Sinati-a make up Don Grady's Thanksgiving Hop telephone celebrity committee. One of those celebrities wiU phone the Thanksgiving Hop on the night of the dance and will be interviewed by Allyson Clari:. AUyson Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clark of the Bethel Road, local chairman of the Thanksgiving Hop, said that an added attraction for many teenagers attending the dance will be the opportunity to talk to the celebrity when he or she! calls. Heidenreich said "United Cerebral Palsy is fortunate in having such an outstanding group of young people to work with. KEENES PERSONAL Mrs. Frank Kohut of Nason spent yesterday afternoon shopping in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Lena Wagoner and daughter of Scheller were business visitors and shoppers in the King Cit>' Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Omar Hughey of Bonnie spent yesterday afternoon shopping and transacting business in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Marie Piasecki of Oakdale was a business visitor and shopper in Mt. Vernon Friday. Mrs. Dorothy Tate of Texico transacted business and shopped in the King City yesterday. Archie Coil of Keenes spent yesterday afternoon transacting business in Mt. Vernon. Mrs. Nancy Webb of Benton was a business visitor and shopper in the King City Friday afternoon. Mrs. Harry Temple of Salem visited freinds and shopped in Mt. Vernon Friday. James Brookman of Opdyke made a business trip to the King City yesterday. Ben Dycus of Ina transacted business in Mt. Vernon Friday afternoon. Arthur Huff of Bluford was a King City business visitor yesterday. CO. Presley of Ina spent yesterday afternoon transacting business in Mt. Vernon. Ivan Wood of Bluford was a business visitor in the King City Friday. J.O. Hill of Sesser made a business trip to Mt. Vernon yesterday afternoon. Josie and Verl Buchanan visited Thursday night with Maggie and Thelma Braddock. The Keenes church of God young people met at the home of Verl Buchanan and enjoyed i a weiner roast. Those present were, David and Paul Catron of Bluford, Bertie, Peggy, and Terry of Mt. Vernon, Mrs. Laura Withrow and children Darlene, Darrell, Leslie, Diana, Harlow and Vernon of Bluford, Mrs. Ruby Lody of Wayne City and Verl and Josie Buchanan. The Keenes Church of God Is! in a revival with Rev. Denver Thomason doing the preaching and Rev. Loy Shaw of Bluford leading the singing. The following played and enjoyed music at Walter Haynes Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keene, Tillie Gausman, Jessie Bradford, George Gregory and son, Butchie, and Mr. and Mi's. Lewis Gregoi-y and son. Rev. and Mrs. Denver Thomason of Fairfield and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stevens of Olney were Sunday dinner guests with Josie and Verl Buchanan, Rev. Thomason attended the funeral of Ovid Willeman in Wayne City in the afternoon. IVlrs. June Braddock and children of Wayne City and Maggie and Thelma Braddock of Bluford visited Josie Buchanan Monday. Mrs. Nell Smith and daughter, Goldia visited Herman Smith on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones and First definite traces of the science of algebra were found in the writings of Ahmes, an Egyptian who lived about 1700 B.C. DAHLGREN Mrs. Evelyn Karcher, Mrs. Lena Karcher, accompanied by Paul Karcher, Richard Lee Karcher of Dahlgren and Jimmy Hertenstein of Mt. Vernon spent the weekend in Tuscola, visiting with the formers daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Davis. Mrs. Ollie Waugh spent last week in lUiopolis, HI., visiting with her children and families, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Waugh, Mr. and Mrs. Art Aydt. She came Friday evening accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Aydt, who spent the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. John D. McNair and family of Plainfield, HI., visited with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.J. McNair, over the weekend. Martin Shelton of Albuquerque, N.M., is spending a few days this week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shelton and other relatives. Don Underwood of Belleville spent Sunday night and Monday with his mother, Mrs. Ella Underwood and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don McMillen and daughter of Qinton, Dl., visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva McMillen and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tucker over the holiday weekend . Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bayha of Riverside, 111., visited inthe home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Irwin and visited her father, Orlie Irwin in McLeansboro, over the weekend. Mrs. Lola Miller and Mi"s. LucUle Sodders were business visitors in Harrisburg, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Jines left this week for Forkland, Ala., where they will spend the winter months with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy D. Jines. Mrs. Qiarlie Cross, Cor. SOCIETY Wedding Announced Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chandler, Jr., (the former Kathleen Waltrip) of Casey, Illinois, wish to announce the marriage of their son, Arthur III, to Jane Bilz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.L. Bilz of Dayton, Ohio. The double ring ceremony took place in the First Presbyterian Church, Dayton, Ohio, May 1. The, matron of honor and best man were the bride's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Baugher of Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr..and Mrs. Chandler are living in Terre Haute, Indianna, where both are attending Indiana State University. Millions Ask For Zip Code Information By STEPHEN M. AUG WASHINGTON (AP) - The Post Office, its facilities strained by a record flow of pre-. Christmas mail, is struggling to answer millions of requests for ZIP code information — the result of last month's national ZIP Code Week promotion. During the week of Oct. 10-15 the Post Office distributed about 95 million post cards — called ZIP-a-lists — to nearly every household in the nation. Each card had 13 spaces for ; Holiday, addresses. The Householder could list the addresses of those with whom he frequently corre- Civic Club Meets The Federated Civic Club of Mt. Vernon met on Wednesday November 16 at seven o'clock in the Mt. Vernon Room of the L. and N. Cafe with president, Mrs. Jo Beasley, presiding. Mrs. Zona Moyer led the members in the pledge of allegiance to the flag and Mrs. Irma Yaeger read the Club Ctollect. Mrs. Birgetta Olson of this city and Mr. J.A. Mayden of Marion were welcomed as guests. Vice President and Program Chairman, Mrs. Audrey Portei;, presented Warden J.A. Mayden of the United Sates Penitentiary at Marion, Illinois, as guest spea- MRS. ALAN SPENCER WATSON Miss Karen Lee Storment and Airm-n First C!a.ss Alan Spencer Watson were married October 20. The ceremony was performed at the Alameda Bap- ker of the evening. Mr. May-' ^'^^/^'^"^"'^ ^" C'^'''^"' den gave a most inte.''esting and informative talk, acccompanied by picture slides, showing a comprehensive view of the var- DIX A birthday dinner was cele- j brnted at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arley Tinsley in honor of The bride is the daughter „f Mr Tinsley's birthday. -Those at- Mrs. Ruby C. Storment of tliis tending were, Mr and Mrs. Wal- city and the bridegroom is the EHer of Centralm. Mr. and son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Wat- Mrs. Bob Ellor and children of ious buildings in this maximum son of 624 Rouerts Drive in Cor- Mt. Vernon and Mr. and Mrs. security complex: the workshops .p^s christi. i ^het Eller of Mayf.eld, Ky. recreational rooms and cell ^rs. Watson, a grad- 1 Mrs. Francis Hayes, Mrs. Bet- uate of llie Mt. Vernon Town- ty McCrary and Mrs. Mary Mod- blocks. Most of the offenders are between 21 and 30 years of g,^jp jj^^^ j,^,,^^, j^. employed , ling were shoppers in Mt. Vernon' age; are considered trainable ^j^^ pj g g gj^^.^ .^^^ gg^.^^g ^ne day. and are working in the printing shop, furniture making shop and industrial department, preparatory to getting jobs in the various fields upon their discharge. Jefferson Co. School Menus Mt. Vernon: Monday: navy beans with ham, cole slaw, diced apricots and peaches, cornbread and butter, milk. Tuesday steamed wiener on bun, buttered potatoes, sauer kraut, spiced apples, milk. We <lnesday: turkey pie, cranberry sauce, candied sweet potatoes, ice cream, bread, butter, and milk. Thursday and Friday: Thnnksgiving SummersvUle: Monday: hamburger pattie on bun, navy beans pickle chips, cheese slice, pine- The club voted to make a contribution to the Jaycee Qn-istmas iaska. Lighting Fund and have allocated a sum to buy Christmas gifts 'or the Senior Citizens in one of ;the city's nursing homes. Flower centerpieces were awarded to Mrs. Lucille Smissman. The ladies' auxiliary to the Carpenter. The next regular meeting will be on December 28 a week later than usual, due to the holiday. as pianist at the Alameda Bap-' Mrs. Aiice Bruce spent Tues- tist church. She is making day night in Mt. Vernon with her hone at 3217 Mahan in Mrs. Opal Webb to help take Corpus Christi, Tex., while her care of tlieir sister, Mrs. PearL husband is serving wi'h the U.S. Robertson, who is iU at Mrs. Air Force in Murphy Dome, A- Webb's honie. Mrs. Ella Alvis, Mrs. Flawn Roper and Mrs. Eva Sanders vis- V(rrE IN SAIVIOA ted at the Hearthside and Low. • "v's nurs'ng homes recently in Mt. Vernon. PAGO PAGO, American Sa- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Ma How spends and returns the cards to 'apple ring, milk. Tuesday: bak- local post offices. There, clerks ;ed chicken pie, mashed potatoes, would fill in the ZIP code for ' tossed salad, honey & peanut- They are an inspiration to ail]son of Centi-alia and Mr. and of us proud of the understanding Mrs. Rayburn Tittle and child- and responsibility they display ren of Cliicago visited Mr. and _ in. their willingness to help tliose Mrs. Joe Bullard over the week- 1 cards." Since a postal spokesman less fortunate than themselves." end. i estimates cards are averaging Teenagers volunteer yearj Mr. and Mrs. Fred Keen and ilQ addresses each, that means each address and mail the cards back to the householder. Although postal officials say they have no idea how many of these cards were returned to local post offices for completion, some postmasters are reporting dates of return from 5 to 60 per cent and higher. Cards still are coming in. Assuming only a 20 per cent i average, that's 19 million post Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haynes School Stage •round for many duties at the United Cerebral Palsy of South Central and serve in such capacities as Sub-Debs and the Ivy Five. Those participating in the Thanksgiving Hop represent the Sub Debs and the Ivy Five.. Working with Allyson Clark on /ZJ-I Clnin On the event are tlie following Subl >3iri JIUIR Wll Debs: Katheleen McVey, HoUy Ellison, Sally Swartz, Starr Micheal, Chrissie Dunliam, Minnie Hogue, Virginia Danner, Nancy Carhnaham. Marcena Gant, Patsy McMullen, Anita Putney, Jan Garrison, Dianae Herrmann (president of Sub Debs) Janice Chaney, Mary Mulligan, Shelia Dodson, Karen Smith, Paula England, Christie Spurlock, Nancy Laii-d, Debi Thompson, Marty Puckett, Ann Benoist, Gay Schere, Linda Bohlen, Nancy Braddock, Mary Moore, Vicki Lalumondier, Melissa Harlow, Rindy Piercy, Paula Puckett, Paula Wielt, Mary Pat Buchanan, Sally Epperson, and Jo Schelosky. Advance tickets go on sale now for 50 cents and can be obtained now through Nov. 23 from any of the above Sub Deb girls. Tickets will go on sale at the door for 75 cents each. "Be sure and get a ticket and help this worthy cause, Cerebral Palsy," said Heidenreich. postal clerks are looking up shopped in Mt. Vernon on Tues- j about 190 million ZIP code num-' day afternoon. Mrs. NeU Smith attended a butter bars, bread, butter, milk. Wednesday: ham salad sandwich green beans, celery and carrot sticks, cookies, butter, milk. Thursday and Friday» ll ^anks- giving Holiday. Bluford: Monday: beef.patties, macaroni and cheese, buttered, corn, celery sticks, bread-butter, ice cream bar, milk. Tuesday: beef and potatoes, peas & carrots, tomatoes, cherry delight bread and butter, milk. Wednesday: fried chicken, green beans, fruit gelatin, mashed potatoes, ice cream bar, bread-butter, milk Bonnie: Monday: sausage, gra- SOCIALLY YOURS . .. By SALLY Frank Baker of Belle Rive Is 79 years old today we were informed this morning by Mrs. Raymond Davy of Woodlawn. . . Even though a bit late, we are mailing a card to him today and we do hope he will receive many othei-s. hers and filling in that many ,'vy, mashed potatoes, spinach, .blanks. bread, milk, butter, cup cakes, party at the home of Mrs. Her-] The ZIP code work comes on ,Tuesday: beef patties, green man Smith Tuesday. ithe heels of a just-settled postal ' Josie Buchanan, Cor. • crisis in which at least one principal post office — in Chicago — was practically paralyzed with beans, mashed potatoes, peanut butter, hot rolls, milk, butter, applesauce. Wednesday: turkey and dressing, white beans, beets. a giant backlog of undelivered' bread, milk, butter, pumpkin CLOQUET, Minn. (AP) Residents of this northern Minnesota town pledged today more than $9,000 to a Chamber of Commerce reward fund for information leading to the killer of a pretty, talented ninth-grade girl. Police were awaiting a pathologist's report on whether the girl, Kathleen Bodie, 14, had been raped. They also were', seeking a youth who reportedly dodged across Highway 33 in fi-ont of a school bus shortly after the slaying. squares. Thursday and Friday: Thanksgiving Holiday. Ike On 2-Week Golfing Vacation mail. Since then, the department has hired 150,000 extra Clu-ist- mas workers one month early — at a cost of about $30 million — to help keep the mails flowing. While the Post Office will not say how much it is costing to | AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — answer all the ZIP code re- Former President Dwight D. quests — or to promote the Zip . Eisenhower tees off today in the —^- " •• • ' first round of a two-week golfing vacation. Eisenhower arrived at the Augusta National Country Oub moa (A!=') — A proposed new of Bluford called on Mrs. Alice tenitorial conslitiHion designed Bruce. to aid tlie develop.nenl of self- Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Dobbs of govci-.nmonl will bi:- put to the Benton called on his mother, Mrs people of Amcviean Samoa Sat- Cora Dobbs Saturday night. "^''^''''y ralif'catif.n. j^rs. Lloyd Jolinson of I Tlie new constitution, 1 ap- Woodriver, 111., spent tlie week- Sororitj- Meets ) proved by a constitutional con- end with her parents, Mr. and Eta Beta Chapter of Beta Sig- mention in the ierritorv last Mrs. Cari Staley. ma Phi sorority met November „,onth, proposes a number ot' Mrs. Lucy Tate and Mr. and 14 at the home of Donna Bry- , changes in government process, Mrs. Bud Tate and family ot Mt. ^^1' T,"ifn ™ I including lowering of the mini- Vcrnon spent Sunday in Alton aie openng ri.ual. Roll call was 1 ^^^^^ ^^^-^^^ .^^^ ^^^^ 20 to 18 with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Guyman SeSB^ta'^Ster weT &il reapportionment oi the ter- to help .celebrate the Guyman's chlrSeotc ^oSaSfs '^^erat^^^ Repres.nta- 35th Wedding Anniversary. Pro^essive Dinner. . ' R"by Tipsley, Cor. The social committee discussed the annual Chi-istmas party for the children. The sponsors, Mrs. Body and Mrs, Phillips will serve dinner to the members and there will be a gift exchange. The service committee discussed sending boxes of material to Viet Nam and also made plans to serve coffee and doughnuts to the Jaycees while they are putting up Christmas decorations The meeting ended with the closing ritual. Auxiliary Meets The ladies' auxiliary too the King City Barracks, Veterans of World War I will hold its next meeting Tuesday evening, November 22, at 7 :30 p.m. in the American Legion Hall. Members are asked to bring sandwiches OT salad and table service. All officers-elect are urged to be present for installation. All ladies eligible for member- ship.are invited and visitors are | y^ISS pgR^ WATSON, AT RIGHT, treasurer of th» Mt. vvelcome to attend the Installa- Vgrnon Community Center, is shown receiving a check from ceremony^ j y^^^^ p^^l Breitmeier, chairman of the Mt. Vernon Art Guild _ „ , , ^. , I following a Flea Market sale held yesterday at the Community ,.,?l .°'ir.'SrSL 'S center b? ,he orga„i.o,lo„. cells , t(re parallel, hence no accumulation of electricity. code, for that matter — officials are convinced that whatever the cost it's worth it. The department expects to , ,^ . . . save about $60 million a year Thursday after 'topping jn with the ZIP code. Much of this Washington for a talk with saving WiU result from the pre- President Johnson 1 sorting of second and third class « ^^^'^ ^^""^ ^ The dri's nude bodv was!*"^*' mailers. This be-''ive-star general, his first since found in a pool of blood on the band room stage at Cloquet High School early Thursday, just 25 minutes after her father, comes mandatory Jan. 1. AEllFICIAL LEG STOLEN MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) Russell Bodie, had dropped her • J^™^^^ ^- "ecton, 48, told police off at the school to practice a flute before classes. Robert Barr, Charlton Ctounty coroner, said she died of loss of blood after being stabbed about 20 times. Thursday someone had stolen his leg. I Becton said he removed his. artificial leg, hid it in an alley and went on crutches to Madison and Center to sell pencils ^ „, ^.y.„ and chewing gum. When fu-st reports oE me when he returned to the alley, crime were circulated m this, . . , , .. . sufferin a heart attack last November in his cottage on the country club grounds. A possible Eisenliower good? will trip to Asia and other parts of the world was discussed during the meeting with Johnson, but Bill D. Moyers, presidential press secretary, said there Is nothing definite about the proposal. (A. E. Schmitt Photo) GOOD DRIVERS arc GOOD CITIZENS The Bible Speoks To You a :30 a.m. Sunday, KSD Si. leuta «i30 a.m. Sunday, WCNT Canlralia 9i00 a.m. Sunday, WJPr Harris II:1S pm. Sunday, WMiX community of 9,000 persons, parents flocked to the school and jammed its switchboard with telephone calls asking if thek own children were safe. he reported, the leg was gone. Highest mountain peak In Texas is Gradalupe Peak, with an altitude of 8,751 feet. OPEN SUNDAYS THE STEAK HOUSE 127 East Broadway, Centralio, llllnoi* Serving The Finest Foods — 7 Days a Week Entertalnmont Nightly David Hahn at th» Organ and Piano Bar Looking forward to serving you Sunday Your Host, CUFF RAMSiY HIRSCH BEAUTY SALON Fhene 242-0783 PcsttPt its CtOfifcttt, • • Exckit^ M ringing bells m Uecing bonis, this st^le is omit {ot hsppjr going. 17.50 Bl4mcbi Primetst 8.75 T JANHN'S SERVICE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING -SPECIALS. Mon., Tues., Wed., Nov. 21, 22, 23 Ladies' & Men's SUITS .ow94* Ladies' & Men's SLACKS HO. 50« Ladies' Plain SKIRTS HO. 50* Pick Up or Leave 7 A.M. to 11 P.M. WE NOW HAVE FACILITIES FOR CLEANING PLASTIC AND VINYL SUEDE COATS 60 MINUTE SERVICE 8:00 A.M. to 5 P.M. I FREE Parking in Rear and Side of Building Jim Jansen, Owner 318 South 10th—Open 6 a.m. to Midnight Dally Attendants On Duty At All Tim^s.

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