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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960 PAGE THREE LAMUM8A WILL SEEK AMERICAN ECONOMIC AIB By MILTON BESSER UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. tAP) --Premier Patrice Lumumba was flying to the United States today to seek aid for the Congo as the Communists and Western business interests raced to get a foothold in developing the new nation's economy. While shopping around for American capital and more technical aid. Lumumba is also expected to review the explosive military situation in the Congo with United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold. Hammarskjold canceled plans to leave Sunday for the Congo where the U.N. has been funneling in a police force and announced he would remain in New York to see Lumumba. Still Danger Lumumba has been busy bolstering his nation's economy, but its political status remained dangerously unsettled. Before leaving Leopoldville, Lumumba signed a 50-year agreement with an American financier to develop his country's mineral and power resources worth an estimated two billion dollars. He also got bids from the Soviet Union and Communist East Germany to help build his nation's economy. The Premier had two thorny problems to review with Hammarskjold: withdrawal of Belgian forces from the Congo and the future of the rich Katanga province. The Katanga Assembly has proclaimed itselt an independent republic, but the Lumumba government refuses to recognize the secession. Violence Flares Violence flared Friday near a Katanga mining center Belgian airborne troops fought Congolese mutineers. A Belgian spokesman said about 16 Congolese and two Belgians were killed and many wounded. The U.N. is faced with a problem of its own over interpretation of two Security Council resolutions calling for removal of Belgian Sketches By BEN BURROUGHS "THE OUTDOOR MAN" He's a man who likes to roam the woods . . . when time permits him to ... for he knows that there is happiness . . . 'neath skies of azure blue . . . you can find him by a singing stream . . or beneath a shady tree . . . for he knows beyond all knowing . . . that the best of life is free . . . some say he's an idle dreamer . . . this, I do not believe . . for the smile upon his sun-kissed face . . . leaves little to perceive . . . it tells me he has found the way . . . to detour wordly strife . . . the outdoor man really knows how . . . to get the best from life. WEISHAAR IS B-W TRAINEE Glenn F. Weishaar Jr.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn F. Weishaar of 638 Red Patch Ave., and a recent graduate of Pennsylvania State University with a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering, is participating in the Student Engineer's Training program at the Babcock Wilcox Company's! FIREMEN PLAN NEW MEETINGS Coming events held the spotlight at the meeting Thursday evening of the Southeastern Firemen's Assn. in the Hershey Golf Club. Jacob F. Weber. Lancaster, reported that the 200th annual banquet and reunion of the Union Fire Company No. 1 will be held in Brunswick, Aug. 15. Marvin A. Rake, York, announced the 48th annual convention of the York County Firemen's Assn. will be held in West York on Aug. 20 and the Fire School of the Lancaster County Firemen's Assn. is planned for Aug. 6-7 near Ephrata. More than 300 were in atteend- ance at the Hershey meeting with Percy F. Eckert, president of the Hershy Fire Co., welcoming the group and Max M. Reider, Steelton, past president of the South- To Compete For State Honors Miss Marie Coble is shown here with some erf the materials she eastern group responding. Mar- used in her demonstration in the vegetable garden division of a district contest conducted Tuesday afternoon at the Kutitown Fair- boiler division, Barberton. Ohio. BW. for many years a leader in utility and marine steam generating equipment, and well recognized in the field of nuclear energy fired boilers and marine cus A. Trout of Kinzers, Lancaster County, was in charge of business sessions. Reports of officers and committee chairmen noted the progress both numerically and financially in all eight counties of the organization. Glen L. Silar, York, chairman of the Credentials Committee, pre-j sented a class of 20 applications for membership, all of whom were; elected The 39th annual convention of the Southeastern Assn. will be [held in Waynesboro the afternoon and evening of Oct. 20 at which time annual reports will be made and new officers elected and installed. Counties represented at the meeting were Adams, Cumber- grounds. Miss Coble, who is 19 and a veteran of nearly eight years of 4-H Club work, will represent the Southeast District in contests at Pennsylvania State University in August. The Evening Fashions Retired County Agent Honored Hundreds of Franklin County residents, most of them farm families and members of farm associated organizations and businesses, joined Thursday night at the Scotland Community Park in expressing their appreciation to C h a r l e s P Fague. retired Franklin County agent, for "a joi well done " Topping the reception program, Mr. Fague was presented an envelope containing reservations and passages for a West Indies cruise for him and his wife. In addition, he was given a "substantial" check to enable them "to have a little better time than the average person" while on the tour. The Fagues received round trip air passage between Baltimore and Miami, Fla., reservations for Aug. 7 at the Everglades Motel in Miami, and passage aboard the SS Yarmouth for a seven-day West Indies cruise, leaving from Miami on Aug. 12. forces. Both Hammart.kjold and the Council have been speaking in terms oi a Belgian pullout from Congo territory, but Belgian officials insist the resolutions do not include Belgian military bases at Kilona and Kamina held by treaty. Hammarbkjold plans to fly to the Congo alter his talks with Lumumba -- probably Tuesday night. Hit, main task is to determine whether the growing U.N. peace force is .strong enough to keep order, and if so. arrange for the complete withdrawal of Belgian forces. Weishaar, one of 51 men participating in the seven-week program. will, as part of the training curriculum, engage in technical meetings and operational studies at the company's tubular products division in Beaver Falls, Pa.: atomic energy division in Lynchburg, Va.: refractories division in Augusta, Ga.; and research and development center in Alliance, Ohio a*- well as the boiler division in Barberton Upon completion of the formal training program, the students will be assigned to the division most closely associated with their interests and background. JAIL HIT-RUN CASE SUSPECT NORRISTOWX, Pa. f A P ) -- A Philadelphia man was being held without bail today pending extradition proceedings by New Jersey authorities who have accused him of a hit-urn motor vehicle death. Carl Tama.setti, 30, was arrested Friday after New Jersey police said he was the man they wanted in the death of Frederick Glosser, 19, son of the Washington, N. J.. police chief. Lt. Herbert Mooney of Abmg- ton police said Tomaetti refused to make a formal statement but did admit being in the vicinity when Glosser was struck down last Sunday. Tomasetti is a driver for a swimming pool concern in Abington. Witnesses to the accident did admit being in the vicinity when Glosser was struck down last Sunday. Toma:setti is a driver for a swimming pool concern in Abington. Witnesses to the accident said the truck that hit Glosser bore a swimming pool inscription on its body With this as their man clue, police narrowed their search to the Abington area and arrested Tomasetti late Friday. The area of Maryland is 10,577 square miles, of which 690 square miles are inland water surface. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS High Low Pr. Albanj. cloudv. 81 67 . Albuquerque, clear 97 68 Anchorage, rain 57 53 T Atlanta, cloudy 94 70 _ Bismarck cloudy 89 58 _ Bohton. cloudy 85 69 _ Buffalo, cloudy 83 67 .17 Chicago, clear 95 70 _ Cleveland, cloudy 88 M _. Denver, clear 92 62 _.. Des Moines. clear 93 71 . Detroit, cloudy 92 67 .17 Fort Worth, clear 96 78 ... Helena, cloudy 97 62 Honolulu, cloudy 85 77 T Indianapolis, cloudy 87 69 _ Kansas City, cloudy 84 72 _ Lo.s Angeles, clear 96 72 . Louisville, rain 87 70 T Memphis, cloudy 94 75 _ Miami, clear 89 83 . Milwaukee, cloudy 91 61 .06 Mpls., St. Paul, clear 92 67 _ New Orleans, cloudy 96 75 _. New York, cloudy 81 68 ... Oklahoma City, cloudy 79 67 4.02 Omaha, -'ear 89 69 _. Philadelphia, clear 85 67 _ Phoenix, cloudy 102 75 __ Pittsburgh, cloudy 85 62 _ Portland. Me, cloudy 84 67 .15 Portland, Ore., clear 75 50 _ Rapid City, cloudy 91 70 _ Richmond, clear 91 68 _ St Louis, cloudy 89 72 _ Salt Lake City, cloudy 102 70 _ San Diego, clear propulsion equipment, conducts j lgnd £ ai , phin Franklin. Lancas- the intensive training program as '^banon, Perry a nd York. a means of introducing recently graduated employes to the company's technical processes, equipment and products. BRIEFS NEW YORK i APi -- Picket* marched in front of the Nixon-for- President headquarters Friday carrying posters reading "We want a convention not a coronation -- Draft Rockefeller." The pickets were members of the New York Draft Rockefeller Committee. RICHMOND. Ky ( A P - A local television shop has a red face) -^ and Jewel Thorpe has a new antenna. Thorpe reported last week someone removed his rooftop antenna while he was out. Now the TV shop says H Mhed the case. It sent its men on an order to move an antenna They got the right house number -- on the wrong street. JOHN C, KREBS (Continued From Page 1) A member of the Chamber of Commerce and Hanover Associa- , tion of Insurance Agents, Mr. ! Kreb* served on the original board of directors at the Hano\er Hospital and for many years filled the office of treasurer. He was 1' a charter member of the Hani over Country Club. ' ' He was married in 1919 to Katharine M. Brough, daughter of the late John H. and Ida Young Brough, who preceded him in death. Surviving are three children. John B Krebs, Hanover R. 5: William B. Krebs, Hanover, and Mrs. John M. Davis. Mystic R. 2, Conn., and three grandchildren. Funeral services Monday at 10 a.m. in Emmanuel United Church of Christ. Hanover, with his pastor, the Rev. Dr. Ne\in E. Smith, crafts including clay modeling 'officiating. Burial in Ml. Olivet a»d paper cutting. On Thursday Cemetery Hanover. , 'hey will make tie holders. The Fourth St. totlot plans call for Parent Week next week Things will be made each day for the parents and on Thursday parents will be invited to visit. There will be a movie Friday. The totlot at the Rec Field will have "Odds and Ends Week" and necktie holders will be made. On Wednesday there will be a stuffed animal pet show. OPEN CENTER (CentiniMd From Pa** 1) ty Rev. C. Reynolds Simmons have assisted with arrangements. The new day care center program in this county is one of five being conducted in Pennsylvania this summer through federal funds. The others are Franklin, Chester. Northumberland and Snyder Counties. Cwittr Htrt Requtstod Adams County was authorized as a site for a center because of a request from the Adams County Council of Community Services and the Council of Churches, the social worker for the new school announced. Centers can be established by the state only on request. Miss Curtis said the center will enlist the aid ol other agencies in the county in its operation. State nurses will cooperate in providing physical examinations for the children and giving "shots" against various diseases. One of the principal values of the center, she said, is in providing such health services and uncovering disease. Where needed, ho^pitalization work is carried out in connection with the local hospital. Because parents are not required to send their children to the center and do so only on their own volition, not more than 25 of the approximately 150 children of migrant laborers in the county are expected to attend the school. The program is earned out through the Department of Welfare of the state in cooperation with the Pennsylvania State University which has iiie job. on contract with the department, of setting up and staffing the centers. ATTENDANCE (Continued From Page 1) children. The remainder of the week will be spent on creative PARTY LABELS GO WAY BACK CHICAGO (AP) - Here's a thumbnail biography of the Republican party, often called the Grand Old Party or GOP for short: Bom in 1854, either in Ripon, Wis., or Jackson, Mich (both claim the honor). First convention held at Jackson nominated a slate of Michigan state candidates. 1856, Nominated its first presidential ticket at Philadelphia, John C. Fremont and William Dayton. They lost. 1869, Nominated its first successful presidential ticket at Chicago--Abraham Lincoln and Han-^ nibal Hamlin. 1874, Artist Thomas Nast published a cartoon in Harper's Weekly showing a huge elephant labeled "The Republican Vote" trampling charges made by Tammany Hall against Republican President Ulysses S. Grant. A symbol was born. 1884. Give or take a year: the phrase Grand Old Party came into being It came from the term Grand Old Man applied to William Gladstone, the great British prime minister of the era. WALLINGFORD. --A coroner s o Raymund Hart, one of Britain s ' wirephoto) radar pioneers, died "a victom of -------the science he loved.'' Hart, 61. was electrocuted while fixing a power line to an electric lawn mower in the garden of his country home last weekend. Sir Raymund's only son told the Reed.v . A headed by Two of the latest creations by Herbert Sondheim are modeled at New York fashion show. At left is an imported black and white warp printed silk ottoman, with long flared coat worn over match' '"3 camisole top. The short evening dress has a belled skirt. At sr ^ metg| ^^ f , oor . |ength evening dress » silhouette and cross-draped bodice with panel-back skirt. ' ^ ruled Friday that bn » RURITAN CLUB (Continued From Page 1} coroner: "Mv father was so used to _rouiuls committee. Emorv Sibert, w i l l ,,¥! l a U i V ' l V LO -W v----wv - v . .., electrical connections that he did rile parking, this one wrongly. The fact that he had no shoes on killed him." ·et the field in condition and han- MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Two pa- San Francisco, clear Seattle, clear Tampa, cloudy Washington, clear 87 70 67 54 _ 64 62 . 95 76 1.18 90 71 _ (M--Missing: T--Trace) DEATH By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK (AP) -- Al Hoffman, 58, who with Dick Manning wrote such popular songs as "Heartaches," "Papa Loves Mambo" and "Mairzy Doate," died Thursday in the Hospital for Joint Diseases. FREE SINGER SEWING CENTER Will Service Any Make of SEWING MACHINE r-- VACUUM CLEANER ONE WEEK ONLY Mail Coupon To: Singer Sewing Center 5 Baltimore St. Gettysburg, P«. N«m« AMr«s tidy fortune by stealing from the button factory where they worked. Police said Luis Magayon and Alvaro Valencia walked out with an average of 500 buttons a day and got away with a million auttons before they were caught. NEW DELHI, India (AP) --Tibetan refugees in India presently total 21.000 and more are still coming down from the Himalayan Mountains, an Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman said Friday. COPENHAGAN, Denmark (AP) --The 700 delegates to next week's fiffh international polio conference lere can feel safer about heart attacks. At two previous conferences, delegates died following heart attacks. This time in a room next to the main meeting hall will be a fully equipped heart clinic PARIS (AP -- Parisian merchants and taxicab drivers are complaining that business is awful, in spite of a record number of tourists. They blame the guided tour. A Paris travel agency official said the popular all-expense-paid tours herd the tourists from one spot to another by bus or hired limousine and leave less time for shopping. The F.nancc Committee announced September 2 as the date for the club's annual auction. This will also be held at R u n t a n Fi^lrl r-oinrnpncinc at 7'30 p.m Thus jear'i auction w i l l include both donated item* and nems to be sold on commi.sMon. The club will call for and sell any item for a commiihion of 15 pci cent, the balance being returned to the owner. Anyone with items they want .sold should contact any club member or phone Clair Sanders at ED 4-2985 or John Lott at ED 4-3560. About 350 items have already been Ibtccl for sale. Re- freshniems will be handled by the club. In the event of ram, the sale w i l l be held on September 9. A candy sale is underway with the members offering candy at SI a box to help defray the costs of a well drilled at Runtan Field a year ago Plans were announced for the members to gather at Runtan Field next Tuesday and Thursday to clean out brush and set grounds read\ for the coming events Permission was granted to the Harrisburg Road Homemnk- ers to use Runtan Field for a Family picnic in August. Treasurer "Clarence Ford reported a current balance of S82 24. Ambush Couple; Flee With $1,500 PHILADELPHIA fAP) -- Three men hiding in the darkness of a suburban Wynnefield home ambushed its occupants and took $!,500 from them early today. Michael Kaplan, 55, was struck across the face with a gun after the money was taken from him. He and his wife, Ruth, 54, were bound and gagged by the robbers. Kaplan told police he and his wife had returned from Berlin, N. J., where they operate a shoe store, about 12:50 a. m. He said that as he turned on the lights in the house he saw the three men, all wearing masks. One was holding a pistol. Kaplan said the men took a shoe box containing receipt* and also demanded his wallet. Police said the home had not been ransacked and it appeared the robbers knew Kaplan would be carrying a considerable sum with him. Friends may call at the church Sunday between 7 and 9 p.m. East Berlin EAST BERLIN -- The Rev. Chas. Strawsbaugh, of Grantville, Pa., will preach a trial sermon Sunday at 9 a.m. in Roth's Church and at Hollzschwamm Union Church at 10 a.m. Straw- baugh, who is a Reformed minister, is the son of the late Rev. Edward Strawbbaugh. a former minister of Hoitzschwamm Sunday, July 31, the Eisenhart muiion will oe held at Hoitz- schwamm picnic grounds. Picnic Bowling EDGEWOOD ROULETTES (Edgewood Lanes) Standing of Hie Teams W. L. Floyd Miller's Sinclair _ _ 25 3 Bix-Sway 20 8 Five Star Restaurant 16 12 Sandoe Distelfink 12 16 Harbor Lighters 11 17 Penn Dairies . 0 28 Match Results Bix-Sway 3; Five Star 1. Distlefink 1; Miller's 3. Harbor Lighters 4; Penn Dairies 0. High Game and Series Team--Miller's 1,969, Harbor Lighters 691. Individual -- Gladys Hefelfinger 194. Series 512. CONEWAGO KEGLERS LEAGUE Upper Adams Lanes Standing Of The Teams July 20, i960 W. 133 Musicians With 133 taking part in the in- , stiumental music program this bwope s Atlantic ^ Sherman's Clothing 46 G-burg Construction 37'2 McCleaf's Used Cars 334 Bob's Diner 27 23 L. 2 lO'.st week, it was announced that the sixth grade band group will continue its practice and study of marching fundamentals while the fifth grade band is working on lunch and supper will be enjoyed preparation of music for a pos- by the relations with the business | sible concert. Pre-bami groups will meeting at 2 p m. ! continue to concentrate on funda- At the East Berlin Ambulance i mentals including time, tone, ex- Club meeting held Tuesday evening, Pi esident land announced Nixon (Continued From Page 1) felt that if the two men came to genei al agreement it would pave he waj for a Nixon-Rockefeller|by at any fire if so desired by!continue drills on five, nine and the fire chief or the person i n ' l o n g rolls. Any persons who have charge of the fire. I n o t ' el reported for drum class Lawrence Alt- there w ill be an ambulance driver at the fire house while the trucks are out on tending their range and fingering. Other ensemble groups will continue to play together. The ele- m e n t a i y clarinet group w i l l w o i k next week on alternate fingering call. Also the ambulance will stand and chromatic scales. Drums will ticket But McManujs t,aui the governor made it clear this, wa^ out of the question At a ha.stily summoned The treasurer reported $500 is now in the treasury. Twelve calls were made during the month by 1m ' evening urc L. liremen took part Lady Lockpicker Tops In Contest WASHINGTON 'AP -- A lady locksmith is the best ladj lock- picker in the land. She's Mrs. Flora E. Gebhart. 51, of Shamokm, Pa. She needed only one minute and 41 seconds Friday to pick a standard doorlock and win the women's divs.Mon in a national lock-picking contest The contest was aprt of the biennial convention of the Associated Locksmiths of America "Nothing much to it." said Mrs. Gebhart "I've been running my husband's locksmith shop since he got sick two months ago." Major League Stars By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS H i t t i n g -- Vic Wertz, Red Sox. drove in four runs Friday with homer and two singles in 6-4 vict over the Indians. Pitching -- Don Drysdale, Dodgers, struck out 14, fanning last six he faced, and allowed just f o u r i hits for 2-0 victory over the Phillies. predawn conference at the gov- the ambulance, ernoi's ollice. McManus told newsmen that Rockefeller had repeated his stand that he would not run in second place. "Aggressive Action" .Asked if Nixon had asked the governor point-blank to do so, Mcreplied: "No comment." Rockefeller said he and Nixon agreed on the need for a post to assist the President in the whole aiea of national security and in-] ternational affairs, as well as a similar post for domestic problems. In civil rights, the governor declared, the GOP "must assure aggressive action to remove the remaining vestiges of segregation or discrimination in all areas of national life--voting and housing, schools and jobs " Rockefeller said agreement also had been achieved on a defense policy to strengthen armed forces unity and enable the nation to counter both small local wars and atomic attacks. Favor Vigorous Program He added that he and Nixon favored a vigorous program to bring about groupings of nations in vhe free parts of the world They both concluded Rockefeller said, that the national economic growth must be stepped up to meet mounting defense casts and the demands of an ever-increasing population. Rockefeller and Nixon proposed aiding the farmer with a program of price supports and faster disposal of food surpluses, the governor said. Other recommendations, he added, included a program for improved ways to resolve labor disputes endangering the national welfare, and increased federal aid for education may report on Tuesday at 9.45 a.m. Arts and crafts work next week will include raffia and the boys n -- onH crirlc orr* at^lroH In hriner l-w»t_ - -- - -- -- - in the Pleasant Hill Parade Mr. and Mrs Charles Ekenhart ties and jars in order to cover them. Fifty-two took part in the tennis and sons. Lakeland, Fla.. are vis-j program this week and it is an- iting with Mr. Eiscnhart's mother and grandmother respectfully, Mrs. Kathryn Eiscnharl, W. King St., and Mrs. Maude ELsenhart, Harnsburg St. Friday morning the above families left for Niagara Falls and Canada. Diplomats Oppose Early Arms Meet UNITED NATIONS, N Y . ' A P I --The United States ran into opposition today in its bid for a meeting of the U N. Disarmament Commission "early in August." U.S. Delegate Henry Cabot Lodge Friday asked the chairman of the 82-nation commi.ssion, LUI.S Padilla Nervo of Mexico, to call the early session. Some diplomats said the United States wanted a meeting Aug. 5. Lodge said the commission should discuss the breakdown of the 10-nation East-West disarmament talks in Geneva June 27 when the Communist side walked out. One key delegate told a reporter he had talked with 20 colleagues and found that none was in favor of meeting before the end of August He said delegations needed time to consult their governments. nounced plans are being made of for a tennis demonstration consisting of several outstanding players of the Hanover, York and Gettysburg area. The demonstration will consist of a singles and doubles match. The basketball schedule for next week at the Rec Park follows: Monday, Senior Rec League; Tuesday, Junior Rec League; Wednesday, Senior League and Thursday, the Junior League. The Bahrein Islands east of Saudi Arabia are an independent sheikdom Petroleum concessions are held equally by Standard Oil of California and the Texas Co. ADVERTISE IN THE TIMES Ranger Bowling Co. 18 llartzel's Bakery . 15 Heiges masonry ..... 15 DLstelfmk ...... 12 Varsity Diner . H il 30 33 33 36 37 Ma- Match Results Bob's. Diner, 4, Heiges hoary, 0 Sherman's Clothing, 4; McCleaf's Used Cars., 0 Varsity Diner, 4; Swopc's Atlantic, 0 Gettysburg Construction Co., 4; Hartzel's Bakery, 0 Dibtelfink, 4; Ranger Bowling Co., 0 High Game And Series Team, Gettysburg Construction Co., 919; Sherman's Clothing, 2,584. Individual, F. Murray, 211; G. O'Connor, 598. rAMMQM RAM I Edgewood Lanes Standing of the Teams W Bigham'.s Real Estate - 28 Varsity Diner _ _ _ 28 Del's Beauty Shop .__ 25 House of Charles 16 Ginny's Beauty Shop _ 16 Hess Antiques -- 16 Emmilsburgians 15 0 L 8 8 11 20 20 20 21 36 Ginny's Teen-agers Match Results Hess Antiques, 4; Ginny's Teenagers, 0. Emmitsburgians, 4; House of Charles, 0. Del's Beauty Shop, 3; Ginny's Beauty Shop, 1. Varsity Diner, 3; Bigham's Real Estate, 1. High Game And Series Team -- Emmitsburgians and Bigham's Real Estate, 722; Varsity Diner, 2075. Individual--L. Hubbard, 189 and 543. There are over 63 million women '14 and over) in the U. S. who make or influence 85% of all consumer purchases. To sell this tremendous and ever growing market, national advertisers last year invested more than $719 million in newspapers. A Nisei is a U S. citizen born of Japanese immigrant parents. From RCA VICTOR Convention and Election Handbook BAKER'S BATTERY SERVICE See the New 1961 Television Une Over 40 Models to Choose From! BAKER'S BATTERY SERVICE Opposite Post Office Gettysburg. Pa. THE DUTCH CUPBOARD Recommended oy "Gourmet" Baltimore St. Gettysburg, Pa. Phone ED 4-6117 Always Delicious Done to a turn... Palate Tempting and Belly Filling... Good, Old-Fashioned DUTCH COOKED Steaks and Chops! A Choice oi Many Traditional Dutch DUhee Reservation* Taken tor Parties and Banquets IECOMMENDED BY IN ADVENTURES IN GOOD EATING

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