Rutland Daily Herald from Rutland, Vermont on September 6, 1937 · 16
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r r RUTLAN D DAILY HERALD, MONDAY MORNING,7 SEPTEMBER 6, 1937. ii. ' r . i'l. 1 : .1': '- -li. - I ' ; , -F. I 1 :' f :: 1.'"V- Ms Dl"- p McFadden, - optometrist, Mead? Building. 2134-J. Try TRIFOCALS. -adv. . . 'I " : "s.; . elOna faith connell. j Teacher of piano and stringed Instruments. 27 Crescent St. Phone 687. adv. , r - A Dl AM f BOAAIAPI Beauty Shoo "closed until Sept. 9. 88 Grove St. Phone 292. adv. PERCY P. WOOD 109 Lincoln. Phone 1120. Quality Meats 4, Groceries. Headquarters for ft. 3. Pierce. '-If ' Foods. -. - S6-tf 6-W 18 THIS- YOUR TELEPHONE NUMBER? . AGAIN THIS WEEK i PAUL'S OFFER FREE COMPLETE CLEANING and PRESSING SERVICE TRI-CLENE METHOD i ON 1 SUIT or 1 ORESS To the Lucky Person to Whom This Number Belongs. . Watch For Our Ad Every v J Monday. PAUL'S TAILOR SHOP EXPERT CLEANING St PRESSING 3-HOCR SERVICE : Phone 914 78 In An Emer WHEN THE NEED' arises for a private ambulance r, when dependable. , - skilled service is necessary - phone this . firm. Our modern vehicles a'rerstaffed by , -If-- . - j- expert attendants.' The cost is ; moderate ; rites be furnished SPENGER SERVICE .43 West St. MOTOR TRUCKS j - . ' j a i 1 1 1 iir l ' -r f t o Vi'1 A v" Lmw yty . DISPLAYED AT THE T RpTLAND HOWARD'S (PARAGE , r f : I Distributors So. Mam St. i Rutland. Vt. I S A tribute to those wfio ears in uieir names nation s progress. Ii . i . r ;! - - -. . : . i. s..-.-. UK I 7 ni l I 'l l .!'" I - JiJS3L , . --'ri M 1 , -. ! I 1 J A I 1 i t! SM: fWwr :WS STORE CLOSED ALL DAY RUTLAND'S PIlfESlj F00I5 STORE j1 f Local Brevities : Announcement was made last night; of the birth of a daughter, Florence Bennett Bowers, to Mr. anj Mrs. Howard Bowers, this city, onf Friday'. jMrs. Bowers is the for-mejr Miss Mary Gallo of Proctor. .11 v MISS IRENE. Ballroom dancing Beginners and advanced Peabody double' Glissade W jilts Truckin, Su-zi-q, Collegiate Shag. Phone 907-R. ' i . MUSICIANS. ; jWiien in ! Rutland call at mer's Music Store. (Over Breh-Fish- man's). adv. . - j ic. J. Cleveland, optometrist.-Center St, hours 9-5adv. 39 DR. j DEANE BRINK. ;hirooractic Physician." X-Ray, Physio-Therapy. (Over, Fishman's). Phone 90-VW adv. -. i FAIR WEEK SPECIAL. jQuart Whiz Furniture Polish, 25c. Nrton-Flynn Paint Co.-adv. 'Jim Foster's Taxi, Day and NlgJnt. adv. Phone 142. NO INQUIRIES OP FRIENDS, RELATIVES OR j ; EMPLOYER Oiv Your Own ! a Security I We will be glad to mall you full information. If you will write or phone. No obligation ' ' and no onewill call. Or drop in any time and' we II find a plan to fit your needs. NEW ENGLAND FINANCE CORP. Mead Bldg. . Rutland,' Vt. Office Hours: 9:00-6:00 'CALI WRITE PHONE ! , gency op request PHONE 88-W ' Rutland -v - - I . hare toiled throus-bJ the-our we iook iorward to - i i HUNS i 3 NO INQUIRIES OF FAIR Jews of Rutland Begin Observance Of YamirilJoraim ' ' -:S:: : Services Being Held at " Synagogue On Grove Street; Rabbi Weine Speaks. The melancholy notes of the sho-far, the ram's horn, sounded yearly to awaken man to his duties toward God and his fellow' men, echoed through the halls of the Rutland Jew-isttcenter at sundown last night, blown by Cantor Nathan Gelvan, ushering in the Jewish year 5698. Thus -began a season of 10 high holy days which . will culminate at sundown on September Id witn Yom Klppur, the Day of Atonement. The days are known as Yamin xsoraim br solemn ' days wlien the Jewish community devotes itself to repent ance, charity and meditation. While much, of the-ancient cere mony has beenf abandoned by the younger generation it .is still tne cus torn of some orthodox Jews to Bcto the nearest body of water ana sym bolicallyr;ast off their sins "by empty ine their pockets into it, Kok'Nidre services at aundown of September 14 will begin the Day of Atonement, Yom Kippur, during which time neither food nor drink is touched and prayers are offered to; fiod -for forgiveness for past sins Honey and fruit are featured In "high holiday meals. They are symbolic o a year of peace and plenty. , Rabbi Max Weine will speak on "Israel's Crucial Moment" at Cen ter services at 8 o'clock this morn ing, and on Tuesday he (rill discuss, "The Book. of Life." A. Chancery Hearing Oil Land Question Brought to Close Chancellor Withholds Decision On 4.ged Woman's Request to Set Aside Conveyance. Mfsl" Glada "Gibbs of Hubbardton denied charges made by Mrs. Nellie JjUther, 81. also of Hubbardton, that she and her husband, Delos Gibbs, failed to provide- the aged woman with the necessities of life In, the hearing held before Chancellor Allen R.! Sturtevant of Middlebury in Rut land County Court of Chancery. The hearing, which opened Thurs day, was completed on Saturday, Chancellor Sturtevant withheld judgment." '- The case. Is an outcome of a mo tion made in Chancery court by Mrs, "Luther tp set aside the conveyance to the Gibbs ot several acres of lapd. The aged woman alleges .that in 1912 she signed a contract turning the land over to the Gibbs providing they .'rfould. take care of her during her old age. She claims that the Hubbardton couple have failedto live up to the agreement; '' Twelve witnesses testified during the course of the hearing. Jones & Jones represented Mrs. Luther. The Gibbs were represented by Novak & Bloomer. ! . , Canton Auxiliary Drill Team Goes To Keene, N. H. Rutlanders Take Part ) in Cere- rAgnies With Units From Four New England States. ' - . ' . : . l: ; Drill team of 12 members of the auxiliary to Canton Rutland, Odd Fellows, and a large delegation from the Canton went to Keene,.N. H.,-to take part in the four-state; mobiliza tion and field day. Vermont, News Hampshire, Maine and- Massachusetts auxiliary associ ations and Canton departments are represented in the activities which opened last , night and will continue through today. ; Past Colonel ; Ed ward C Day will be among the Vef monters to represent the depart ment. : ' V , Miss Alice G. Robinson "of Cres cent street is president of the local Canton auxiliary which will repre sent' the state in the competitive drilL , Besides Miss Robinson, mem bers of the drill team are Mrs. Bessie Briggs. Mrs. Almena Day, Mrs. Delia Mandigo, Mrs. Beulah Martin, Mrs. Alice Plumley, Mrs. Merle Plumlejr, Mrs. Ellen Russell. Mrs. Irene Van Guilder, Mrs. Lena Knight and Mrs. DoraTCady. II. L. Russell Is director of the team. v Mrs. Day is president of the Vermont association of Patriarchs Militant and in that capacity will head the delegation from this state. Patients discharged from' Rutland hospital over , the week-end were: Arnold Clark, Stratton road; John Barrett,- Crown 'street; Robert Barber, North -x Main street: JoseDh Segale, Pine street; Floyd Seward; Gleaspn road; Mlse ""Adelaide B. Schryver, East Washington street; and Frank O. Kinney, North Main street.-' - Other, patients were: Frank Gaff-. ney Stephen Spencer, Wallingford; Walter Cameron, Whitehall, NV Y.; Mrs. Charles Call, Wells; Frances Clifford, Hydeville; Thomas Kelly, Bomoseen; Mrs. Frank Ste vers and twin children,' Middletown Springe; Paul J. Senecal, East Wallingford; Elsina Graham, Blpomfield; Mrs. Leon Steenburg, Mendont Mrs. Dexter Hathaway and infant eon, Pitts, ford; 'and . Mrs. Thomas Craig, Lud low. . - .-. . . D. SCRIBNER. BRATTLEBOR WEDS FLORENCE AMIDON. Miss Florence Amidon and Donald El win Scribner, both of'Brattleboro, werj married at 5 oMock yestejday afternoon by Georjri W. Peck; jr at V y Baptist pajsonage. They were unattended. After a honeymoon inRutlandnd vicinity they wilt return to Krattleboro to live. Music and Language Teacher ac cepti boys and qirla from 6 to 20. Individualized instruction. Phnnc Hospital News 1095-J from 5 P. M. to 9 P. M. adv. CITY VISITORS -.''-A r'-':"-:' John Clune of Springfield. Mass., has returned home after visiting his sister, Mrs, Thomas 'Groon ell of Columbian avenue. Mrs. Helen "J. Shedd and Mrs. Wait Cf Johnson of the. Proctor road left yesterday for Newport, R. 1., where they '; will visit Harrison S. Shedd who. is a student at the United States Kaval Training station. Miss Florence Dale has returned to Springfield. Mass.,: after visiting her cousin, Miss Mary E. Carroll of West street. -::-J J' y ', ; Miss Betty Carl has .returned ; to her home in Montpelier after visiting this week with ;Mrs. Celia Manr gas of Woodstock avenue. , Thomas Piekard of Quincy, Mass., visited friendshere yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Groonell of Columbian avenue are visiting relatives in New York. ,Mr. and Mrs. James, Farrell and daughter of Crescent street are week-end visitors at Old Orchard Beach, Me. ' ' ' - :' John E. Belock of the Creek Road has left for Tuscalossa, Ala., where he is at student at the University of Alabama. - Dr. Clarence Bixby of Jamestown, N. Y., Who has been visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bixby of 21 Watkins avenue has returned to his home accompanied by his parents who will spend a month 'with him. . ' . : Mrs. Jennie Sawyer of Spencer, Mass., has returned to her home after visiting for three weeks with Mr. and Mrs.. R. A. Plumley of 93 North street. , She was accompanied by Mr and Mrs. Plumley and Mr.?. Mary Davis of North Clarendon who returned by , way of Keene, N. II., to attend the Odd Fellows field day. Leigh Hunt. E. C. Day, H. L Russell, and C. Van Guilder ' are . in Keene. N H., attending the field day oSOdd Fellows, r - , Church Calendar For This Week , Methodist Church. The regular Monday night meet ing of the Alpha-Philathea class has been postponed to next week. On Thursday night at 7.30 there will be a mid-week prayer service Rev. Frank W.. Grippin, paster, will deliver the sermon. ? The choir will . jehearse at the church Friday night at 7.00. W . Christian Science Church. A testimonial meeting will be held at the church. Wednesday night at 7.30. v " ' Dorothy S anford And H. L. Johnson Married at Mendon Rev. Hm. Hall Performs Cere mony at Methodist Parson age; Both Rutlanders. Mr. and Mrs. Walter H- Sanford of 121 North Main street announce the"marriage of their daughter. Dor othyl Ethel, to Howard Loomis John son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry John son of JiO Williams street. The cere mony took place at 2 o'clock Satur day afternoon at the Mendon Meth odist parsonage. Rev. H, M. Hall officiated at the single ring ceremony. The couple was unattended.' After ''motor trip to Montreal and Quebec the Johnson's will live at 85 Park avenue. ," ltuary i MRS. W. J. CROSSMAN RITES. ' Funeral services for Mrs. V. J.-Crossman, this city, who died last Friday night will be held at her home, 9 Highland avenue, this afternoon af 2 o'clock (DST). - ; i i MISS . CLEMENT ' TO ATTEND PARLEY, Miss Elizabeth Clement of Clem- entwood plans to be in New York on September 17 to attend W meeting of the .Women's Nationalr Republican club. She is a. member of the na tional council of the .organization. National councilmembers repre senting 17 states and the District of Columbia have made arrangements to attend the conference which, win be held at the clubhouse at 3 West 51st street. V , Among the speakers will be Miss Marion E.. Martin of Maine, recently annointed as director of the women's division of the republican national committee by John D. M. Hamilton Miss Clement will also be guest at a luncheon given in honor of council members by members of tne ooara of governors. At that time JMrs. William Henry Hays will talk on "Affiliation" and the club will launch its plan to extend its educational service to republican women's clubs and groups throughout the country. WILMAH G. BYRNE HONORED AT PARTY .T Miss Wilmah G. Byrne of East street was honor guest at a party given on the occasion Ait her approaching marriage to Donald Hubbard of State street. ,; :': The hostesseswere Miss Lucille Neilson, MissJoyce Kinsman, Mrs. Hurley Phenning and Miss Shelia Barrett. The affair, was held at the home ofMiss Kinsman's sister, Mrs. Marvelle Webberof Chestnut av- . J, - A, . T nue. uiits were preseniea 10 me Ibride-to-be by; 25 of her friends W. HOLMES SUFFERING FROM UNUSUAL AILMENT. Carroll W. Holmes? thie city, is the victim of an aneurysm of the parotid artery of the brain, an affliction rare in medical annals, Dr. Francis E. Quigley, who Is treating. Holmes at Rutland hospital, stated laet night. The exact causes of the ailment, which is an arterial tumor, are not known, he' said. Holmes ha s: been under Dr. Qulgley'e care in the hos pital , for a. week now and his condi tion has been described as improved, espite the fact that he suffered cere- Ob bral hemorrhages during that time AND TRAVELERS Miss Hilda Barnard of Middlebury was a Rutland visitor yesterday. Miss Hilga Aronson of Fairview avenue was a week-end visitor at Lake Gorge. N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris ot Adams. Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Harris and two sons of Lenox, Mass., and. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dugan of Jamaica, N. Y., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Packard of 172 Church street. Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Allen and little son, Peter, of Scotia, N. Y., were week-end guests of Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs E. E. Allen of 26 South Main street. Patrick and vFrancis Clifford of New York are holiday week-end vis itors at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John J. Clifford of Center Rutland Maurice Wolk of New York is a week-end visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. -H. H. Wolk of Melrose avenue. Mr, and Mrs. Hugh G. Kingsley of Worcester, Mass., after visiting his parents, Mr .and Mrs. Hugh J Kingsley of Nichols street, following a vacation at Lake Seymour, Mor- gan. . : , ' James Reilly of New York has been visiting over the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. W, Reilly of Center Rutland. Nicholas and James Clifford, also of New York are visiting the Reilly's. Mrs. George Pappas'and family of Church street have returned from Keene, N. H., where they have been visiting for a few days with rela tives. - ; Thomas O'Rourke of New York was a week-end visitor a.t the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J O'Rourke of Forest street. Mr. and Mrs. E.,Guy Norton of Lyndon ville have been visiting here for a few days with friends. Richard Wall of New York spent the week-end with his, mother, Mrs. W. E. Wall of Pine street. , W. C. Shouldice, Jr., El e cted President Of M.S.J. Alumni Annual Meeting and Banquet Held at Academy ;. Keefe Is Given Ovation. , William C. Shouldice, V jr., ;was elected presidentof tbe jlumni as sociation of Mount St. Joseph academy at the annual meeting held last night at the school following a banquet served to 65 members. Shouldice was elected to succeed Frank Esposlto. Speakers at the banquet were Rev. T. H. Connors and Rev. Jeremiah Sullivan. Leo Keefe, who Is retiring as coach -of the academy, was given a : farewell ovation and bis successor, Alfred Baldwin of Burlington, was welcomed to the school. Raymond Nash was re-elected vice president and William Daley was reelected treasurer. Donald McCue succeeds Gerald Connors as secretary. Shouldice appointed as members of the executive' committee Frank Ea-posito, Donald Taylor, .Michael Ruby and William West. Plans were discussed for a dance to be held during the Christmas holiday season. Members of the committee who arranged . last nigTit's banquet were William Daley, Earl Swift, Edward LeClair. and Patrick Penta. Harry Hughes, 32, Jailed on Charge Of Selling Liquor .," 'v '. ':S- Castleton Laborer Said to Have Sold Ale Without Proper Authority. ? Harry Hughes, 32, of Castleton, a laborer, was lodged in Rutland County jail yesterday noon by Deputy Sheriff Welford H. Handley of this city on a charge of selling intoxicating liquor contrary to law. A warrant,' issued on complaint ot State's; Attorney Angelo J. Spero, charges specifically. . that Hughes sold ale without authority from the state liquor control board. It is expected that the case will be taken up today in Municipal court. Two WestRutland men, Paul Bartlett and Henry1 . Maciezewski, also spent Sunday in the jail. They were arrested about 1.30 o'clock yes terday morning in front of the town hall in. West -Rutland by Constables Harold Wilklns and Raymond L. Dandrow of West Rutland. The officers said that they had been creat ing- a disturbance. . C. D. A. CONFERENCE IS HELD IN MENDON Conferences In the interest of child study were described by Miss Louise R. Selling of Hartland, medical so cial worker, at a state" conference of the Catholic Daughters of 'America whichf was held , Saturday at the Long Trail" lodge, Mendon.; - Forty-two persons, including rep resentatives from, the . 20 courts in the state, attended the session which was ' preceded by a luncheon. Rev. W. J. King ofShelburne, state chaplain, also spoke. Mrs". JF. Rawley of Burlington vice state regent, gave a report on the national cori-vention held at Bretton Woods, N. h.-.,. - .- , , Miss Mary E. McKeogh of Morse place, state regent, presided. LEGION JUNIOR AID TO PICK OFFICERS Officers of theAnierican Legion junior s-auxlliary will be elected at a- meeting which will be held at the Woman's Relief corps hall on September 17. Arrangements for the anual meeting are being made by Miss Charlotte Miller of North Clarendon.' president, and 'Mrs. Ralph Brown, junior auxiliary director. ' .-'..' ; ' ' ' ' Officers will be elected-at a meeting to be held in the afternoon following a banquet and they will be Installed in a joint ceremony wi'.h officers . of the unit. Mrsv' Anna Ward, department vice president, will be the installing officer. RUTLAND SPONSOR OF PAROLE MEETING Three-Day Conference on Crime to Be Held at Providence, R. I. Miss Berenice R. Tuttle, a director of the Vermont Children's Aid society, is one of the Vermont sponsors of the three-day New England parole, probation and crime conference which will be held September 23 to 25 in Providence, R. I. : . The other Vermont sponsors an nounced by T. C. Dale, commissioner of public welfare and member of the executive committee of the New England Conference are Gov. George D. Aiken;' Mortimer R. Proctor, speaker of the House of Representa tives; Guy W. Bailey, president of the University .of .Vermont; Dr Arthur W. Hewitt of Montpelier, president of Vermont Junior college; Charles T. Pierce, secretary, of civil and military affairs; Prof. A. R. Gif-ford. president of the Vermont Children's Aid society; Senator Flora Coutts of Newport, and Mrs. F. D. Carpenter of Burlington, vitfe presi dent of the Vermont Association for the Crippled. To date 700 public and civic offi cials interested in administration of laws dealing with criminals after they have been prosecuted by feder al, state and municipal governments ha-v registered for the conference L. C. Schilder, first assistant to J. Edgar Hoover and director of the identification bureau, will represent the federal director at the, confer ence. Among those on the speaking list are Gov. .Aiken, -T Dr. James F. Rockett, director of the Rhode Island department of education; Gov. Rob ert E. Quinn of Rhode Island; Arthur T.! Lyman, commissioner for correction of Massachusetts; Attorney General John P. Hartigan of Rhode Island; Dr. Miriam Van Waters, superintendent of the Mass achusetts women's, reformatory; Victor C- Passage, director of probation for Fairfield county, Connecticut; Richard B. McSweeney of Boston, United - States probation officer; Supt. Edward J. Kelly of the Rhode Island state police; Attorney Burt R. Cooper of New Hampshire; George H. Cohen of Hartford, Conn., former assistant U. S. attorney; Myrl Alexander, director. of the division of parole, department of justice, and William B. Mills of Portland, Me, United States probation officer. ':'.' ALDERMANIC BOARD TO MEET TONIGHT A regular meeting of the board of aldermen is scheduled for tonight at 7.30 o'clock at the city council chamber but doubt was expressed by some of the members of the board last night as to whether there will be a quorum, owing to the holiday. If there are not a sufficient number of aldermen present to transact business, an adjournment will be taken until tomorrow night. 1 As three weeks have transpired since there was a meeting, the clerk has a large amount ot routine business on his desk for the attention of the board. There is a " possibility that Alderman Hollis I. Loveland's committee may submit a report on the draft for a proposed meat Inspection ordin ance. - EdwardJL. Tracy, commissioner of public works, has been requested to appear before the board and explain tne reason for. the controversy over some ot the curbing and gutter work on Bellevue avenue. SPORTSMEN. : Just in, a new and comolete line of guns and ammunition. Super-X and Winchester. Wi son's C oth no Co. Phone 920. adv. NOTICE. Laundry collected Monday at usu al. Welch's Laundry Service. Phone 627-R. adv. - WIN A PRIZE! , Announcing Our "Dry-Gleaning of Skill and the Opportunity to Wiir a Prize. O Each "Cros-tics" Presents an Interesting and Profitable Message to You. They're fascinating and intriguing. SOLVE IT! It's great fun. WATCH FOR OUR NEW "DRY CLEANING CROS-TICS" PUZZLE ; EACH WEEK. 7 88 Kf RCKANTS ROW COR.f DSON h WlltOW .STS.-W0NE GROCERY 988-MARKtT 989 LABORER HELD FOR BREACH OF P ACE Because he allegedly ' vented his spleen on several articles of furniture in. a ' Rutland eating establishment, Clarence Benway, '23-year-old jEast. Wallingford laborer, is lodgsd in Rutland County jail,- where, he was committed Saturday morning following arraignment in Municipal court on a charge of breach of the peace. ... '' ' : UNKLE "AB i v v V V V V V i V V V V 'TAINT NO FITTIN WAY TER CELEBRATE LABOR DAY WURKIN 1 l.;- ';.' .: J vHiA'vt BEHIND THE COUNTER SO WE'RE KL0SIN THE H0L PLANT I UP FER TERDAY TERM0RR0R WE'Lt HAVE A BIG SPESHUL TER ANNOUNCE! ! I S I V14 1 K4 I M I B Cros-tics Contest" lULXU TL Tl nniKSRIH" H I i II I I 1 I lfttAfijtttA RUTLAND CLEANERS AND DYERS I HAPPINESS AND fO YOU. CROS-TICS LETTERj Of EACH'UME. PRIZES! 1st 2 y 2nd 1 n AVSMMBprfMWW V wvs ?i r Pare Patice : v " 'L Wf Tbt eorrtet Mswtr to this wn bt poblisied - wttH or ixxt panU. WATCH f01 IT! - CROI-TICS ROLES FOR PRjZf CONTtef' V . r WIN A PRIZIIACCEPT HtLIN'S AN "n CHALtPMCE TO CORRECTLY 50LVE THESE CROS-TICS. SUBMIT WITHIN Fl' DM5 1 NEAT. ACCURATE AND EXCEPTIONALLY ATTRACTIVE S 0 LU Tl ON T of THE ABOVE CR0S-TIC5. NO PURCHASES ARE NECESSARY TO COMPETE DUPLICATE PRIZES, FOR TTINQ CONTESTANTS. ALL EXCEPT ' OUR KiuntMt kliui die iu win, auomiMinu i3ntiuii ouvt TODAY... , , WE HONOR THE, LABORER!, STORE CLOSED .ALL DAY! b6-it The ybung map was jailed after .he was unsuccessful-In an 'attempt to raise ?30 bail, set by Judge Christopher A. Webber; Benway was tak-1 en in custody 'by -Speciai Policeman John Barrett about 2 o'clock Satar-, day morning at Mac's diner on West street. He. was locked In eity jail to . await his' court appearance. The East Wallingford man was prosecuted by Grand- Juror. Thomas F. Man-gan. . v .; ;- '- V;;. V London theaters are prospering. . 95 i ni S8-lt HELEN AND BILL. SOLVING1 A ECONOMY PROBLEM. THEY WILL SOLVE ONE ARE 6 RE AT FUN. REARRANGE THE JUM8U9 TO FORM A COMPLETE SEVEN WORD SENTENCE SEZ VMYU:" jV v fKirir NAME AND ADDRESS 'PLAINLY IN f! UrM U tPARATE "SHEET- Garments Cleaned Garment Cleaned mm -J i i V"r : ...... ; .'. ; :n : r - :"v -K--SS' '-St'''. lx 4

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