The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on August 8, 1955 · 18
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1 1 1 Page 18 Car Hits Parked Truck Killing Mate Of Driver ROSEVILLE Placer Co— Harry Vodian 53 of Concord injured njured fatally and his wife Herninia is in a critical condition in the Highland General Hospital in Auburn after a traffic accident on Highway 40 in Loomis Placer County Sergeant George Haines of the highway patrol said a car driven by Mrs Vodian collided headon early yesterday with a parked Garrett Freight Lines tractor trailer The truck was halted at a restaurant while the driver Wayne L Morton of Concord was having breakfast The westbound Vodian machine swerved across the center line the officer declared and btruck the parked vehicle Papers found in Mrs Vodian's purse indicted the couple was returning home from Reno Nev A temporary driver's license was issued to her in Martinez last Friday Hospital authorities said today Mrs Vodian suffered an injury to her head and possible internal injuries Deputies Seek Hunter In Lake County Shooting' LAKEPORT Lake Co--Sherifs deputies were attempting today to identify a hunter whose rifle shot and killed John Banchero 80 in the opening day of the deer season Saturday - Banchero a retired miner was killed as he sat on a rock A deer dashed past Banchero and one of two shots from an unidentified hunter hit him just above the heart He died almost ! immediately The body was taken to the Jones Mortuary in Lower Lake Banchero was k tiled nine miles southeast of Middletown ' near the Pope Valley Road in southern Lake County Thousands of hunters swarmed into the coastal area with the opening of the deer season and several reported narrow escapes at the hands of fellow hunters as bullets ripped through the brush Howard O Wilson of Cotatl Sonoma County was treated in Lakeport for a gun shot wound in the right leg suffered when a 22 caliber pistol he had strapped around his waist discharged as he walked through brush on Cow Mountain James Logan Jr 10 of Sac- ramento was treated in Lakeport for cuts -bruises and head Injuries suffered when he stum bled into a hornet's nest then tumbled down a 75 foot cliff while hunting with his father San Pablo Man Is Hit In Napa Hunt Mishap SANITARIUM Napa Co — Little Duncan Hanks 39 of San Pablo is in the St Helena Sanitarium and Hospital with a gunshot wound in his abdomen suffered in a deer hunting accident in the opening minutes of the coast season Saturday Hank's companions reported he was shot as he stood in an open field near the Oak Mill Mine Road northeast of Calistoga near the Lake County line The companions told Napa County authorities a man in hunting garb was seen to run to a car which left hurriedly after the shooting They obtained the license number of the machine 1000 Acre Burn In Butte Nears Control MARYSVILLE Yuba Co---AP Ilenry Gaub assistant state forester at Oroville Butte County said today a brush and grass lire which swept over 1000 acres in Butte County was 90 per cent 'under control this triorning The fire was burning in the foothill area near Bangor 10 miles southeast of Oroville It started yesterday from a controlled burn No buildings were in danger Residenls of the area said the fire is expected to do more good than harm o lice In Yreka Seek Two Rape Suspects MARYSVILLE Yuba Co — The police are seeking two men accused by a Battleground Wash woman of raping her on the bank of the Feather River west of Eighth Street The woman refused to sign a complaint She told officers she : was sleeping in a car on the river bank when the two men : attacked her MONDAY AUGUST S 17SS FOR FREE BOOKLET AT ALL DRUG STORES 4migook4' 11M 'o ro This is what remained of the light rented airplane in which one man was killed and another was injured seriously at Lake Tahoe SF it Dies Friend Is Hurt In Tahoe Crash STATELINE Lake Tahoe— Willard E Holt 22 of San Francisco pilot was killed and James Curtis Hedrick 26 of Chattanooga Tenn was injured seriously when their aircraft crashed yesterday one half mile southeast of Tahoe Village iI Douglas County Nev Holt's body was taken to a Carson City mortuary and Hod-tick to the Tahoe-Carson Hospital also in Carson City Ellsworth Chappell township coroner scheduled an inquest for 3 PM today in Zephyr Cove Nev Constable William Stanbough stated the airmen rented the plane from a flying service in San Francisco Saturday and flew to Reno Nev The constable said he was told they were advised in Reno they should not attempt a landing at the Sky Harbor strip The plane was seen to approach the strip and circle twice and then the pilot touched the landing wheels to the gr ou n d apparently changed his mind and took off The plane crashed shortly afterward one half mile from the field Erratic Sands Are Reported In Glenn Gas Drilling Jobs By Howard Kegley LOS ANGELES—General Pe-1 troleum continues to test gas wells drilled in Glenn County with variable success Its recent completion section 20 Unit No 1 which came in for about 6000000 feet of gas 1seems to have been the best completion in a long series of drilling jobs - This summer six or seven wells drilled there by General were suspended indefinitely because they failed to produce at depths for the m'ost part between 6000 and 7000 feet They were left standing on the long chance that some future deep discovery might justify taking them deeper As the company explains it the sands in that area are lenticular The drill may go down for sand 5 alongside a sand 51 producer and find nothing commercial other than sand 2 or sand 3 and when it looks for sand 6 it is apt to come up with sand 4 The company is obliged to drill a certain number of millions of cubic feet there to satisfy the people who are putting in a pipeline but the present outlook is that General will drill fewer wells at Beehive Bend next year 1 iSacramento Men Are Held In Placerville PLACERVILLE El Dorado Co—James M Titsworth 20 1614 21st Street and Edward Jarvis Jr 2630 Edison Avenue both of Sacramento were held in lieu of MO bail each on !charges of disturbing the peace The police said they found a home made blackjack and a 22 'caliber rifle in a car Jarvis was driving and which was regis tered to Alma G Jensen of 236i Irene Avenue Roseville Placer County Jarvis was arrested shortly after 2 AM Saturday when he fought a barkeeper who asked him to leave as the tavern was closing Titsworth was with Jarvis Joins Air Force—A July en Estee in the air force is Stanley A Baber of 924 Q Street YOU'D NEVER KNOW I HAD reTsAWATsTs (SAO "I suffered mental atiguAb in Iv bathing suit because of psoriasis crusts and scales Thanks from the depth of a grateful heart for what Siroil has donelor me The writer of this letter (in our files) has learned what hundreds of thousands of psoriasis sufferers now knowSiroil tends to remove psoriasis lesions r on outer skin If lesions recur light applications )' of Siroil will help control them Stroil will not stain clothing or bed linen and is offered on a twoweekssatisfactionormonerrefunded basis 22 years of successful results 'SD Moons Skin Discosior 74 WRITE TODAY deudd ea On tile '4 a - S1ro11 tibwmotiot Inc Dopf 133 San Monk CR11' n Im 'Oa THE BEE'S SUPERIOR CALIFORNIA NEWS -4Ioroe Rescue Atiempt Y010 Expects 500 At Costs Life Of Fair Dance Festival 994 Tracy Man WOODLAND Yo lo 1 WOODLAND Yo lo Co—Five MODESTO Stanislaus Co—' hundred dancers from Superior AP—William C Parker 28 f o California are expected to par- Tracy S a n Joaquin County drowned last night in Woodward ticipate in the sixth annual folk Reservoir north of Oakdale dance festival to be held the Two boys Jerry and Larry Shephard of Tracy were playing in the water with an inner tube Jerry called to shore that the tube was leaking and Larry needed help Parker a machinist was sitting on the beach with Mrs Lavelle Shephard mother of the boys He swam out to them then went under Other swimmers brought the boys to shore safely Parker's body was recovered several hours later Vacationing Children Lose Lives In Lake LAKEPORT Lake Co—AP— Jo Anne Jennings 7 and her sister Shirley 8 of Oakley drowned in Lake Pillsbury The children daughters of Mr and Mrs B V Jennings had gone wading Saturday and fell into a six foot hole about seven feet from shore Obituaries Albert A De Long CITRUS HEIGHTS—Funeral services for Albert A De Long 71 of 8300 Sunrise Avenue will be held Wednesday at 11 AM in the Lambert Funeral Home in Roseville - Placer County He died yesterday in Alameda DeLong was a native of Chico Butte Counqt He was a conductor for the Sacramento Northern Railroad for 35 years He planned to retire this year 1 Survivors include his wife Superior California Vital Statistics BIRTHS tyorlyiboth le Les Angeles: val CLAYTON—In Woodland Yo lo County August 51935 to 41r anti Mn William Clayton a son MARRIAGE LICENSES BBODY-RINETTI—In Fairfield !Want" County July 29 1953 Ralph Milton Brody 43 and Harriett Ruth Rinetti 29 both of Sacramento RENO MARRIAGE LICENSES RENO Nev—Marriage licenses issUed here include Josreph C 'Freitag 43 leton and Eva B Shaw 36 Reno DIVORCES cst AltAL—In Auburn Placer County August 4 1953 Viola May Amaral againstt Jo Amaral suit Stied desertion BilaSoNNETTTF—In Auburn Placer County August 4 1955 Barbara Illeonnette against James Bisonnettel interlocutory decree cruelly NEVADA DIVORCES SEVCO—In Reno Nay Auguit 5 1955 Fanola Sacco of Reno against James J Sacco of Yolo County Calif decree granted Cruelty DEATHS DAtoi—In Napa Nana County Angust 4 1955 5ire Janet Ann Daisy of Nap mister of Agnes orace Albert and Richard Kermode of Napa and lirs Margaret Rehmet of Napa and aunt of Mrs Robert Streich of Inver' 'Peas a native of Plurrias County alma bb years Private funeral services were held today in Napa Inurnment was in Tulocay Memorial Mausoleum EFEMAN—In Yreka Siskiyou County August 5 1955 Albert Sidney Raman of Happy Camp Siskivou County brother of Nicholas of Biggs Butt County: a natiVe of Merced age1 75' years Services are pending In Girdner's Funeral Chapel in Yreka HAVENGA—In Yreka Siskiyou County August 4 1955 Hagen Ilayenga of Yreka brother of Mn Katherine Maxwell of Portland Ore liency of Reno Nev ' and Hugo of Colur d'Alene Idaliel a native of Iowa aged 65 years elarvRea are pending lu Girtiner'S Funeral Chapel in Yreka JOHNSON-1n Napa Napa County Au gust 1 1953 Jaynes Johnoon of Napa father of Alton and Theodore na Ponoma Sonoma County and Norman of Los Angeles and brother oi Mr Maude Borman of Nana: a native of Plurnas County aged 76 years Private funeral services were held at the chapel - of Cuff le Pierce Funeral Service KAHN— In Yreka Sisklyou County August 5 1955 Selma Minnie K3lin Of Rogue River Ore mother of Mrs Nerma Finger Of Rogue RiVer and M W Suall of Dlinrftlitr Slakiyou County a mail of Canada axed 55 yeara elorvices are pencling in Gird:la's Funeral Cnaoel In Yreka MtkElelt-11 Willows (Hann County August 5 1955 Alice Marie McKee! wife of Haitian of Orland Glenn County and aunt of Jame 11lons and el wide AdvArtisemPnt Z-1 ) 6"'X I kNAT 1""Wr' 4V 0' 11xL - : 4 1 yesterday The picture was taken by W A Young of Bijou The Bee welcomes spot news pictures and pays for those used California are expected to participate in the sixth annual folk dance festival to be held the closing night of the Yo lo County Fair August 21st at the fair ground The festival again will he sponsored by the Woodland Villagers with Wayne Cuffin as chairman and Resmo Ricci cochairman In addition to 13 folk dances the costumed dancers will take part in several exhibition numbers Invitations have been sent to special callers Starting time will he 8 o'clock Elk Grove School Approves Budget ELK GROVE — A budget of $330123 for the fiscal year 1953- 36 has been approved by the board of trustees of Elk Grove Union High School District following a public hearing Among the expenditures provided for in the budget are $262841 for instruction $72467 for maintenance and operation of school plants $32040 for transportation and $21912 capital outlay The budget includes an undistributed reserve of $92- 166 and a $5000 general reserve Margaret R of Citrus Heights sons Keith of Alameda and Merle of Stockton San Joaquin County a brother Charles of Alameda sisters Mrs Alice Skillian and Mrs Josie Davis of Durham Butte County Burial will be in the Roseville District Cemetery Lyons both of Los Angeles: a native of Kansas Funeral services will be held tomorrow in Hollywood PLOWMAN—In Napa Napa County Au gust 5 1955 Mary L Plowman of Napa wife Of Malcolm arid mother of Mrs Edith Curtess and Charley ' Plowman of Oklahoma City Eitel John and Willis Plowman and Lulu Stewart of Napa Leonard of Washington Mrs Alfreda Clark of Mountain View and Mrs Katherine Jernigzn of France a native of Kansas aged 82 years Funeral services will be at 10 AM tomorrow in the chapel of Cuff & Pierce Funeral Service Interment will be in To locay Cemetery BONISH—In Placerville El Dorado County August 6 1955 Mathew Ronlett of Pollock Pines El Dorado County husband Of Gerrnana of Pollock Pines son of Mrs Martha Ronish brother of Mrs J D 'Terry and Mrs Robert Boyd ali of Lom Angelea Peter of San l Gabriel Ray of South Dakota and MrsI Leon Opseth of North Hollywood: a native of South Dakota aged 50 years The funeral services were held today' In St Patricke Church Interment 'waa In the Catholic Cemetery SIOAM—In Placerville El Dorado County August 7 1955 Virgll Ellis Sloan husband of Mn Lillian Sloan and father of Don both of Placerville brother or aire Irma 3ohnson of San Bruno end Mrs Marlon Slaybaugh of Corcoran: a native of Fowler aged 57 years The funeral xervices will he at'71 PM Wednesday in Memory Chapel Cremation will follow amml—In San Jose August 5 1955 Irene Smith formerly of Yuba and Sutter Counties cousin of Mrs Elizabeth Wilson of Marysville Yuba Coon ty A Burch Van Arsdale of Yuba City Sutter County and airs Blanche Bevan of Alameda: a native of butter County aged 73 years Funeral sery-: ices were conducted today in Yubal City STEVENS—In WeetwoOd Lassen (701111– tv July 29 1955 Deborah Eileen Stevens daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Stevens a native of 1Vestwood - aged 12 days Interment was in the 1Veetwood Cemetery last Monday STORL—in Sacramento August 5 1955 arth BItihimiller Stors of 6308 Laurin Way wife of Waldemar mother of Mrs Harley Eominger of Yoh) Yolo County and Nadine Mill-miller or Sacramento and sister of Mrs Carl Storz of Acanipo San Joaquin County Mrs Fred Schell and Christ N WIZ of Woodland Yolo County and Henry Nitss of Lodi San Joaquin County: a native Of South Dakota aged 5a years Funeral services will be held at 2:30 PM tomorrow in the Kraft Brothers Chapel in Woodland Burial will be in the Woodland Cemetery WAYMIRE—In Marysville Yuba County August 7 1955 Oliver H Waymire husband of Jerry grandfather of Charles and Gale Lane all of Marys-vine: a nath of Washington aged WI years Funeral services will be held at 10 AM Wednesday in the flutchieon Colonial Chapel with interment in Sierra View Memorial Park Shrinks Hemorrhoids New Way Without Surgery Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids New York N Y (Special) — For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relieve pain—without surgery In one hemorrhoid case after another "very striking improvement" was reported and verified by doctors' observations Pain was relieved promptly And while gently relieving pain actual reduction or retraction (shrinking) took place And roost amazing of all—this improvement was maintained in cases where doctors' observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact results were so thorough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing statements as "Piles have ceased to be a P004ftkomplemootaftefloomalm4404 problem!" And among these sufferers were a very wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions some of 10 to 20 years' standing All this without the use of narcotics anesthetics or astringents of any kind The secret is a new healing substance (Rio-Dyne ) —the discovery of a world-famous research institution Already Rio-Dyne is in wide use for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body This new healing substance is offered in svppository or ontment form called Preparation H Ask for individually sealed convenient Preparation II suppositories or Preparation II ointment with special applicator Preparation Il is sold at all drugstores Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded V s Pit Oft a3k 4kammotwA'agewatonsinnet CALL HOME—Airman Daniel C Schmidt talked from the American Red Cross office in Tokyo with his mother Mrs Nellie Peters in her home in Portland Ore after he arrived In Japan from the hands of the Chinese Reds He also talked yesterday with his wife Una Schmidt-Fine in Nevada City Story and another picture on page 1 AP Wirephoto Jeanne Jay of 3250 Cottage Way Sacramento winner of junior girl horsemanship trophy for three day ride with Harvey P Cody of Armona a nephew of Buffalo Bill Cody Bee Photos Qüeen Selection For Fair In Placer Is Due Tonight ROSEVILLE Placer Co — A queen to reign over the Placer County Fair will be selected tonight on the fair ground from a field of nine contestants The event is sponsored by the Sigma Phi Gamma Sorority with Mrs Violet Bursell as chairman The winner 011 be crowned Wednesday night at a preview of the exposition The ceremony will be followed by jalopy races 40Wila I " hoppers blna uag Elderly Suffer Man AUBURN Placer Co—Sheriff William S c o tt reported a search for two men who bound and gagged William E Ashley 72 ' of Route 1 Box 114 Pleas- ant Grove Sutter County during' a robbery Saturday night The robbers are charged with ransacking and wrecking Ashley's home and escaping with $1 in small change Truck Goes In Ditch Sleeper Is Booked For Court Session ROSEVILLE Placer Co — Myron E Ball 2570 La France Drive Carmichael was slated to appear today in the Roseville Judicial District Court on a charge of being drunk in or about an automobile He was arrested early yeesterday after his pickup truck on Sunrise Avenue left the road and stopped in a ditch The police said Ball was found asleep under the vehicle Ile was released on S25 bail Stralla Plans To Advertisoment J Hold Mayorship of Saint Helena SAINT HELENA Ndpa Mayor Louis Stralla made a brief weekend stop in Saint Helena and denied a report he plans to resign his city council position Stralla last week was made president and manager of the $6000000 Stardust Hotel in Las Vegas succeeding his brother the late Anthony Cornero Stralla The mayor declared: "I will take a three month leave of absence from my duties here and spend live days a week in Las Vegas and two—Mondays and Tuesdays—in Saint Helena until legal affairs of the Stardust are settled "I have absolutely no desire to run the Stardust permanent ry and definitely will not re sign as mayor" 0411 CAZ MAX' WA Stralla stopped In Saint Ilelena en route to Reno to confer with the law firm of Sanford and Vargas head legal counsel for Stardust Inc Amazing RELIEF for BABY tortured by ITCHIIIG RASH "Little one scratched itching skin so it became raw" writes a grandmother "Nothing helped until we tried Resinol Ointment In two days he was resting comfortably In two weeks hardly a trace of the skin ailment was noticeable" Keep Resinol handy for chafes chaps burns cuts For sample ortite Reainol Dept I Baltimore 'Name on ronowq 7-0aendftc7variep Cush Loons? You're right—it's Morthrift where loans of PO $100 $1000 $2000 and up ere made to single or married people on Auto Salary Furniture Real Estate and other plans— many without endorsers Up to 24 months to repay Monthly payment plans to fit individual needs Como in tomorrow for fast friendly eonfi dentialserviee OIA 7°41 74 41141110 ifiOdede 46 41100e opt"--ieh 4 Of CASH tOANS rAT THUST ACCOUNTS 1229 K STREET SACRAMENTO 302 D STRAIT MARTSVILLIC McCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS SERVICE Sacramento California Speed Test Trail Ride End In Placer AUBURN Placer Co—Four' riders galloping in a group finished a hell for leather ride over back mountain trails at 4:05 o'clock this morning just 22 hours and 45 minutes after starting from Tahoe City 100 miles distant and on the east slope of the Sierra The ride not a race but an endurance test of men and horses was designed to prove riders and their mounts are equal to those of Pony Express days and of early times in the west when vaqueros frequently made such long rides with or without Indian pursuit One Mount Eliminated Finishing slightly in the lead was Wendell Roble Auburn businessman and outdoorsman followed by Lincoln Mansfield of Reno Nev and Pat Sewell and William Patrick III both of Sacramento Richard (Dick) Highfill of Auburn the only other rider who with Robie had been over the trail previously was eliminated at Michigan Bluff A veterinarian disqualified Highfill's spirited mount when the animal would not quiet down sufficiently in the allotted rest period A pouch of mail was delivered by Robie to Policemen Galen Reineke and Richard Wightman to signify the end of the 100 mile dash which started at 5:20 AM the previous day The riders and their horses were in good condition Forty spectators mostly made up of the horsemen who finished a leisurely three day jaunt over the same trail were on hand at the early hour to greet the quartet Leisurely Ride Ends One hundred and two riders completed the first annual Lake TahoeAuburn trail ride yesterday at 5 PM Sixty eight made the entire three day trip with 411( overnight stops at Robinson Fiat and Spring Garden Thirty four made a two day trip from Auburn to Spring Garden where they joined the remainder of the party on the trip back to Auburn The horsemen were honored at a dinner sponsored by the Auburn Chamber of Commerce at the fair ground following the ride Trophies Presented Trophies were presented to the following riders for their performance on the trail: Three day ride—Youngest rider Donna Rae Mitchell 10 Sacramento: oldest rider Earl Lane 65 Sacramento junior horsemanship boy Dave Heidi Roseville: girl Jeannie Jay Sacramento senior horsemanship man David Jay Sacramento woman Betty Greene Sacramento Two day ride—Youngest rider Leon Willey 9 Auburn: oldest rider Charles Chittenden 69 Auburn junior horsemanship boy Bobby Dryden Auburn girl Carol Carrier Auburn senior horsemanship woman Gladys Calender Auburnt man Charles Chittenden Auburn J L Shields was chairman of the trait ride committee and C M Peters! Lia ivoes rtamils chAicrnrai eaTtbos rieits were binson !Leonard Peters and Mike Birdy Jr ! Among the guests who greet ' ed the riders at the banquet was Harvey Cody of Armona a nephew of the late Buffalo Bill Cody Farm Worker Is Hurt In Cottonwood Brawl RED BLUFF Tehama Clifford Wiliamson a transient farm worker is in the Tehama County Hospital following a brawl on a ranch near Cottonwood Shasta County His condition is reported critical Sheriff Lyle Williams reported Williamson was struck on the head by a jack handle wielded by Grant Amen who was not held Wiliams said the fight ap parently had been brewing several weeks Fora treat Mats pure and wholesome Nothing does it like Seven-Upi OurGal frida9 is MP SO elo go —- I Delta Residents Celebrate Holy Ghost Festival RIO VISTA So lano Co-- Crowds thronged the flag lined streets of Rio Vista over the weekend as people of Portugese descent celebrated the annual two day Holy Ghost festival The event was sponsored by the Rio Vista and Isieton and attracted over 2500 visitor from throughout California The celebration began Satur day evening with a coronation ball in the club hall in Rio Vista The highlight of Sunday's ae tivities was a parade which tea Itured gaily decorated floats drill teams bands flying banners a bevy of queens and attendants and representatives from Portti guese lodges and organizations The procession marched tn Saint Josephs Church Where high mass was solemnized then proceeded to the club hall for a barbecue which was open to the public The festivities ended with a dinner served Sunday evening The custom of a Holy Ghost festival in Rio Vista began more than 70 years ago when John Smith a farmer in the Ryde anti Isleton districts sponsored the first affair His grandson A A Neves of Walnut Grove still takes an active part in the cele bration Rio Vista was chosen as the site because it is the largest town in the area A similar fest' val has been held each year since Smith inaugurated the custom Officers in charge of the cele bration this year were Joseph Souza of Rio Vista president John Lira of Rio Vista vice president Mannie Cunha of 'Walnut Grove secretary-treas urer Vincent Azevedo of Rio Vista marshal Did you know you could A1R-CONDI1IO1 your for only SS9500 iliSTALLED? that's with the new by a pioneer auto- engineered designed and motive equipment manufacturer! each novi is tailormade for 1954-55 FORDS MERCURYS iC2D LINCOLNS CADILLACS r) OLDSMOBILES BUICKS 411al CHEVROLETS PLYMOUTH (55) PONTIACS (55) "Budget Terms Can Generally Be Made" MEYER & WELCH 430 R Street GI 24781 411oo46"0111ftowtomo40004emsowariowsowh""4'4" driturtlaw t THRIFT AccouNTs olog si 1 11 1229 K STREET SACRAMENTO 1 302 D STRZIT MARYSVILLZ 1 1 1 I MTh -i6 Hag gned and o eer autoluipment cturer! is ide for -55 MERCURYS CADILLACS MAKS L2:1 LYMOUTH (55) S (55) j --alw Wri014 11 1a irit 1 1 1 I - ehm cit1) ri L& vir r otNhing do like Seven - r OurGal oLl''-' 7 r I rriaa9 I -e) I 1 i Is I i A tigetiogAll$040nogoAt 'erms Can Be Made' WELCH Street 0781 ryhl EA1 to' 0 dt rk44 1' 1112b Take tot MHO Dia 'I cia EF r cia EF rcia no f:i AUTOMOBIL 4 AIRtCONDITIONER: — --------- q c:1 r § FORDS OurGal et c LINCOLNS 1 Fri ' da9 L -- I i OLDSMOBILES 1 : v s - 411a110 4' 1 7 t 111:14 - CHEVROLETS I 1 ij r 1 — I 'i: ' 11 1 "BuP1N c: tiit 11 is I "MO di! 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