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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 5, 1953
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS t?p to 30 words -St.25 All over 30 words 4c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch. $1,20 Classified displays takefl until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday Classified till noon. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 5 cents Two days, per word 9 cents Three days, per word _..„, ..12 cents f'otir days, per word 14 cenls Five days, per word 16 cents days, per word ,—18 cenls ^r>j*s**r*s*^s^**>*sv^-f CARDS OF THANKS OAftU Of THANKS I wish to thank Father Dirksen, Dr. Reaa Anneberg, sisters and nurses for their wonderful care given me during my recent stay at St. Anthony hospital. Mrs. John Hofhauer Sr. 3-t06-:llp LOST LOST: CHILD'S COAT BELT. Coral. Between St. Lawrence School and high school. Phone 209n. 7-:i06-3tc LOST: SMALL CHILD'S GLASS<?s, light plastic rims, reward. Joe Drapcho, Phone 3887. 7-106-3lc LOANS 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S & M. Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-162-tfc LOANS $25 TO $300. CONVE- Went payments, quick confidential service. Community Loan Service, 6th and Main, Carroll Iowa. 12-185-tfc BUSINESS SERVICES 14 FULLER BRUSHES. PHONE 2458 Herb Gutschmidt. 14-22-Uc RADIATOR REPAIRING, RECOR- ing and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-46-tfc IF IT'S CLEANING, IT'S ODOR- less! Garments cleaned by us not only look clean, they are clean. For prompt and thorough cleaning serivce, call -Thompson and Wigren's Cleaners. 14-26-tfc DRAINAGE AND DRAGLINE work of all kinds. Wayne H. Harriott 14-73-tfc DRAPES AND CURTAINS LOOK brighter and are cleaner when cleaned in Synthetic Solvents. HR Cleaners. 14-87-tfc CALL 3100 FOR THE BEST IN dry cleaning and pressing. One day service. 2 hours service if brought to the plant. HR Cleaners. 14-41-tfc DIGGING IS OUR BUSINESS: Excavating and trenching-. Jeep A trench for water lines. Dial 3411. W. J. Judge, Carroll, Iowa. 14-76-ltc TREE WORK, RUBBISH HAUL- ed or odd jobs. Phone 9760 after 5 p.m. 14-106-5tp WHERE TO GO 17 LEGION HALL FOR PARTIES Dial 9378 after 5p. m. 17-306-tf c 5T WANTED: MEN FOR POULTRY processing, Ocoma Foods, Carroll. 21-104-3tc MAN WANTED: YOUNG MAN for assistant in Circulation Department. Knowledge of record- keeping and typing desirable. Apply Mr. Patrick at Daily Times Herald. 21-106-tfp MAN WANTED — ANDREWS Roofing Co. Dial 3830. 21-106-3tc QUICKItS ly Ken Reynold! the Jeweler's Times Herald Want Ad said you'd hit the celling!" GOOD THINGS TO EAT 18 Brenny's Market DIAL 2286 Seed Potatoes, Bag $1.89 up Robin Hood Flour, 50 Ib. bag $3.59 Ground Beef, 3 Ibs __ $1.00 Neck Bones, Ib _ 17c Spare"' Ribs, Ib _ 49c Pork Hocks, Ib - 34c Beef Liver, Ib „ —39c Pork Liver, Ib _...35c 18-106-ltc STILL $1.00! 1/2 FRIED CHICKEN with all tiie trimmings. Bob's Grill. 18-105-etc FOR FRIENDLY COURTEOUS service shop at Fareway. " 18-104-3tc FEMALE HELP WANTED 22 YOUNG LADY WANTED: PLEAS- ant working conditions as sales clerk, good pay to the right girl, with neat appearance. Apply in person at the Carroll Bakery. 22-105-StC WANTED: NIGHT WAITRESS Apply at Casinp Cafe-. 22-97-tfc WANTED: NIGHT Hi-Way Cafe. t^%^^^S^^-^%y-S^^^M<-^^>-W- U «<^ FARM MACHINERY WAITRESS, 22-97-tfc *XS-" 33 Going, Going, , GONE! ""l : 95b John Deere (Model M-T Tractor Must have a home. Price will be reduced at rate of $25.00 per day until sold, REG. PRICE $875.00 Price Today $675.00 Neary Implement Carroll, Iowa 33-97-tfc SEEDS & FEEDS 34 PLANT YOUR EXTRA CORN acres with Midwest Premium yielding Hybrids and save $3.00 per bushel. Replanting insurance Ample stocks on hand for inf- mediate delivery. Ray Vonnahme phone 2072. 34-94-ltc POPCORN WANTED: A FEW more contracts for white or yellow. F. H. Culbertson, Carroll, 34-106-6tp WE STILL HAVE FERTILIZER AVAILABLE FOR YOUR CORN FOR BROADCAST OR PLANTER ATTACHMENT 20.5-0-0 (Nitrolime) 11 -48-0 16-20-0 8-32-0 0-20-0 12-24-12 8-24-8 3-12-12 0-0-60(Potash) Very Limited Amount of 5-20-20 and 8-32-0 Mixed With Aldrin for Root Worms PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR i IMMEDIATE DELIVERY The Garst Co* COON RAPIDS Walter Galloway -r- Phone 35 34-103-llc SEEDS A FEEDS 34 PLANT THOSE EXTRA ACRES with Genuine Pflester Hybrid Seed corn, the corn holding the world record yield. Numbers suitable for this territory sttll available. Phone 2141. Friedman Imp. Co., Halbur. 34-103-10tc ATTENTION CORN GROWERS: 1 have on hand for immediate delivery, early and medium maturity Funk's G Hybrids, Nick M. Wittry, Maple River. 34-98-20tp FOR SALE: THIRD CUTTING AL- falfa. H. C. Kasperbauer. Phone 16-F-31, Dedham. 34-106-ltp WANtEB tO ftlNf WANffiD TO RENT: TWO OR three bedroom house or apt., unfurnished, transferred to Carroll, one child, good references. Contact Gene Van Pelt, Elms Lodge. 58-105-tfc OFFICE SUPPLIES 56 WHAT WAS THAT DATE? We have a dau stamp to fit any of vour needs When was that letter .vrltten. when was that statement lecciveci what data U the ihiomem expected? Vour office vrtll tunution more efficiently with » supiilv of Date Stamps. We have a ful 1 tine of date stamps ws have a date stamp thai ts lust what vou've been looking tori Office Supply Store TIMES HERALD OFFICE 60 Olid Imprint a Problem DES MOINES (ft— It processors want to sell colored oleomargarine in Iowa "they will to imprint. it as required by Iowa law," Secretary of Agriculture Clyde Spry said Tuesday. "ThfH'e is nothing we can do for them," Spry explained in reference to a report to him by oleo spokesmen who said that thus far they have found no way lo comply with the "imprint" provision. Oleo representatives also met with Assl. AUy. Gen, Clarence L. Kading who said he "listened to their arguments" but gave them no ruling because ''at present the whole problem is still a. matter which i.« up to the State Department. of Agriculture as enforcement agency fnr the new law," ROOM FOR RENT. PHONE 2892. 60-105-6tp ROOM FOR RENT, CLOSE IN. Phone 3825. 60-105-2lc WANTED: TWO ELDERLY PEO- ple for room and board, private rooms, close to south side churches. Write Box 226, care of Daily Times Herald. 60-106-3-tc ROOM FOR RENT. CLOSE IN. Dial 9944. 60-106-3tc HOUSES FOR SALE 63 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE 41 FOR SALE: GOOD BROWN SWISS milk cow, fresh in one week. Henry Potthoff. Phone Halbur 2263. 41-105-31C FOR SALE: REGISTERED Hereford bulls, 12 to 18 months. E. P. Baker, Pomeroy, Iowa. Phone 16-503. 41-100-ltp FOR SALE: GOOD YOUNG HOL- stein cows, will freshen soon, T. B. and Bangs tested. Eugene Schettler, a /a mile north of Mt. Carmel. 41-104-3tp FOR SALE: MILK .COW, JUST fresh. Feldrnann Farms, Breda. 41-105-3tc FOR SALE: SEVERAL GOOD PO- land China Boars reasonably priced. Feldrnann Farms, Breda. , 41-105-Stc HOUSEHOLD GOODS 51 RUBBERIZED D A T E X FOR walls, 'ceiling and woodwork, $4,98 per gallon. Davis Paint Store. 51-105-6tc SEE OUR DUTCH BOY COLOR ga'lery, both fla» and satin with built-in primer sealer. Keenan Paint & Wallpaper. 51-79-8tc FOR INLAID LINOLEUMS SEE Carroll Grain & Plumbing. 51-71-tfc NEW SHIPMENT OF TABLE lamps, $4.95 to $7.95. Knowlton's Furniture. 51-105-2I.C FOR §ALE: OAK FINISH Dinette set. 7 pieces. Good condition. Phone 2721. 51-106-3tc WEARING APPAREL 52 WANTED: 50 MEN TO TRY TO wear out our work shoes that are guaranteed to wear for one year. Kelly's Shoe Store. 52-83-tfc SPRING BRADLEY BLOUSES $2.98. The Style Snop. 52-89-ttc CHILDREN'S BETTER COATS, $10.95. Waters. 52-106-ltc WANTED TO BUY 53 WANTED! Clean Cotton Rags Cannot use silk, overalls or curtains. Herald Publishing Co. FOR SALE 55 BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENT CIG- ars; "It's a Boy'," "It's a Girl," $3,50 and |4.50 at Kisgen's Cigar Store. 55-105-6tc FOB SALE: DORMEYER ELEC- trie mixer. Dial 2703, 55-105-2tc FOR' SALE: SOME USEP FUR- niture. Dial 2152. 55-105-6tp BOYS' AND GIRLS' SCHWINN bicycles, tricycles, scooters and wagons, $1.98 and up, Matt Hardware Co. ATTENTION FLY , FISHERMAN, we have the largest selection of flys in this part of the state. See the new Flip-Cast reel demonstrated at Coast to Coast. 55-94-3tc NQRELjCO DOUBLE HEAD ELEC- trio razors, $24,95, at Klsgen's Cigar Store. 55-96-etc FOB. SALE: CABBAGE PLANTS. 20c doz. Mrs. Ted Vogt, 1740 N. Adams; 55-ioe-ltp FOR HiNT 57 OFFICE ROOMS FOR RENT; Commercial Bank ibldg. Dial 2865. . G7405'3tp WANTf D ro 51 TO RENT: 3 BEDROOM house by May 15. CaJl Chamber of Commerce, Phone 2141. 68-105-31C TWO BEDROOM HOME. .NORTH aide — 4 yrs. old. Fully modern. Oak floors, full basement with oil burner. Only $9,250.00. ','Erv" Pudenz, Broker, Dial 9342. 63-106-4U HOUSES FOR RENT 64 WANTED: RESPONSIBLE PAR- ty to sub-lease furnished house in Glidden, from mid June through mid August. Write P. O. Box 211, Glidden. 64-106-4tc APARTMENT FOR RENT 65 APARTMENTS AVAILABLE, furnished or unfurnished, McNabb building. Dial 3680 office, or 3116, residence. See E. L. Toyne. 65-51-tfc FOR RENT: FOUR ROOM, DOWN town, corner apt. See or call Louie Nagl. 65-1.06-2tc FARMS FOR SALE 67 SAC. COUNTY FARM. 149 ACRES near Tetter. Fair buildings, and all level tiled land. Amos Grant Company, 212 So. 19th St., Omaha, Neb., or see L. A, Montgomery, State Bank Bldg., Sac City, Iowa. 67-106-2tc LEVEL FULL SECTION, ON Iowa-Minnesota line. The farm buyer who is interested in a large farm should look at this one. Very level land, excellent buildings. Amos Grant Company, 212 So. 19th St., O/naha, Neb., or see L. A. Montgomery, Stale Bank Bldg., Sac City, Iowa. 67-106-2tc FARM WANTED 69 FARM LISTINGS WANTED Do you' want to sell your farm? We have buyers for good farms now. The Amos Grant Company has now opened an office in Sac City to better serve northwest Iowa on farm sales. We have men who will put their full time into getting your farm sold. See us first. We can get the job done. Amos Grant Company 212 So. 19th Street Omaha, Nebraska or see L. A. MONTGOMERY Slate Bank Building Sac City, Iowa 71 FOR SALE: 1952 PLYMOUTH TU- dor. Cranbrook. Actual mileage 21,000. Price $1575. Dial 2501 after 6:30 p.m. 71-99-tfc 1951 NASH AMBASSADOR CUS- tom. Radio, heater and overdrive; 1951 Nash Statesman Custom. Radio, heater and overdrive. These are locally owned, one-owner cars. Dial 3185 or 3858. These cars are priced to sell. Wilson Body Shop. 71-106-3tc DKS MOtNES i/n —Oleomargarine manufacturers advised the Towa Department of Agriculture Monday that, thus far they haven't been able lo find a way lo comply with Ihn "imprint" provision of the new yellow oleo law. The recent Iowa Legislature legalized the sale of yellow olco, effective July 5, provided the word "olco" is imprinted four limes on one side of each quarter pound. Almost Impossible At the time the Legislature wrote the "imprint" requirement into the law, margarine spokesmen said it would be difficult if not impossible to comply with it. They said oleo is soft when packaged and any such imprint would fade out. Legislative proponents of the "imprint" said they believed it was needed as a safeguard lo prevent, unscrupulous persons from j selling oleo as bullcr. Secretary of Agricullnrd Clyde Spry said oleo spokesmen reported "they just haven't been able" to devise a method of making- an imprint. One question involved is whether the size of the Iowa, market for margarine is great enough to justify the expense of designing special machinery. Legal Questions The oleo delegation was expected to meet with a member of the atlorney. general's staff Tuesday. Legal questions involved include Ihese: 1. If Ihe, manufacturer puts on the imprint and it comes off in the packaging has he complied with the law? 2. Is Ihe retailer in any way responsible if the "oleo" imprint has become illegible by the time he places it on sale to consumers? The oleo delegation is headed by Ashley Sellers of Washington, D. C., counsel for the National Association of Margarine Manufacturers. • Morrison Morrison told the ttawk-Eye Gazette: "It's something hard to explain—in their way of putting things across you didn't know whether it was Communist propaganda or the truth." Morrison said that while he had heard of cases of brutal treatment of prisoners by the Korean Reds he personally had not observed Rep. Reed (R-NY) Weeks said any cases of such treatment. I. "We must not allow Ihfs process Concerning his experiences as a j to be carried lo Ihe point where POW, he said "I'd just like to; it damages American business" forget everything." Morrison said he how soon he will be dismissed from Valley Forge hospital. Me Week* Calls for High Trade Level WASHINGTON (#1—Secretary of! Commerce Weeks said Tuesday j the Ufttled States and other free nations must aim "at the highest level of trade possible on a profitable, and equitable basis." But, under sharp questioning by Herald, csri-oii, i&w» S, 19S3 i through an influx of foreign goods dnes not know j here. was awaiting the arrival later Tuesday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George H. Morrison of Burlington who left Sunday night by car to visit their son. Dulles- (Continued from Page 1) Bandmaster(Continued from Page 1) $4,600, an increase of $100 over last year. Attorney Wederath claimed that it makes little difference whether the words "and instructor" are included in the contract or not. He emphasized the following phrase of "and such other duties as may be prescribed by the board" as meaning anything that the board may ask Mr. Harris to teach or handle any other duties under those terms. Willing to Stay The attorney slated that. Mr. Harris is willing to remain in Manning as a bandmaster and teacher at the $4,600, even though he has received more attractive offers from much larger school systems. It was understood that the board was to meet with another group' of citizens on the Harris controversy Tuesday night., The spokesman for the board! gave no indication of what is planned for the meeting tonight, re-1 maining silent on several ques-! lions in regard to the meeting last j night, Secret Session Last night's meeting was a j closed affair between the board and the citizens' committee. The citizens' committee was selected to represent several hundred persons who met two weeks ago to discuss the Harris case. bearing on the issue posed by McCarthy was this: "Many countries which have al- wa.ys looked to the Western World, and particularly the United Slates as the source of greatest power, both moral and material, are beginning to wonder whether the center of power has not .shitted from Washington to Moscow. Even in the Western World there are non-Communist elements ready and eager to taKe power upon a platform of appeasement of Soviet Communism, or at least benevolent neutrality toward Soviet Communism. "At this juncture, there are many forces at work within the United Stales which would result in a further abdication of leadership. There are those who would sharply raise our tariff. There are those who would sharply cut foreign aid. There are those who would seek to impose upon our friends and Allies additional restrictions upon their trade with the Communist world even in terms of • non-strategic articles. There are those who would sharply cut the military contributions (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) and other alliances. "If these things happen, then the United States will be isolated and in the greatest danger of its entire history." UNDERGOES SURGKRIf Mrs. Gaylord Short underwent surgery at Iowa Methodist Hospital in Des Moines, Monday. She was reported in dition, Tuesday, satisfactory con- and is expected home by the end of the week. Her daughter, Mrs. Jack Heuton, Is a student nurse Hospital. at Iowa Methodist Mrs. Robert L,. McConkie and baby daughter, Nancy Lynn, of Perry are visitors for a few days at the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. L. McConkie. Robert McConkie came with his wife and daughter, Saturday, night, but returned to Perry, Sunday. The t: o in in e r <: e secretary insisted, however, that "hasty action could seriously retard rather than advance our progress" toward a proper trade. amount of international He. joined, before the House Ways a.nd Means Committee, a. lineup . of highest Eisenhower adminlstalion officials urging rejection of a bill by representative Richard M. Simpson (R-Penn) which would make far reaching changes in trade laws. The Simpson bill would strengthen curbs on imports of foreign goods that injure competitive American businesses. Rep. Reed, chairman of the committee, is backing Simp- Weeks supported the administration request for a straight one year extension of the present reciprocal trade art, now due to expire June 12. He said vital issues are at slake and more lime is needed for a special commission of congressmen and presidential appointees — yet to be created — to investigate foreign economic policy and study "these very, very fateful decisions." Reed protested thai Ihe administration was by-passing and ignoring his committee In its plans for the special commission. He. said the committee was being asked lo "deprive American citizens of jobs to help 'nervous and jittery' people abroad," Clyde Kemp, 38, Of Scran ton, Dies (Times Herald News Service) SCRANTON — Clyde Kemp, 38, World War n veteran, died at 5:55 a.m., Tuesday at his home here. He had been ill with a heart condition for the past six years. Funeral'services have not been arranged. Surviving, are the widow and seven children — Mary,; ;: William, Coletta, Jo, Charlotte, Deborah and Teria, and his mother, Mrs, Mary A. Bell of Lpdi, Calif. His father preceded him, in death. Mr. Kemp was born March 30, 1915 at Churdan and had lived in Scranton for the past two years. The body is at'th* Huffman Funeral home here. • Sifters(Continued from Page 1) ment compensation grants strengthen the penalty for fraudulent unemployment compensation claims; Also, ban most suits by guests in airplanes which crack up; permit seaplane flight training in Iowa; require that all bills passed by both houses be photographed; and make the delicious apple tree the official Iowa State Tree. Those bills which failed even to reach the point of floor debate included the ones to: • Provide for private toll roada; discontinue issuance of beer licenses lo groceries; permit youths , to work in bowling alleys which do not have beer permits; require any establishment, including a restaurant, having a beer license to remain closed on Sundays; lower the voting age to 18; stiffen the penalty for drunken driving; per« mit treble damages in drunken- driving cases; BiiiRO, IJijnor And, legalize bingo for charity; legalize liquor by the drink; create a commission on alcoholism; permit closer regulation of so.-called key clubs; legalize union shops in labor contracts; set up the so- called 1 minimum foundation plan to equalize educational opportunity; create a statewide educational television network; decrease homestead tax credits; increase homestead tax credits; Also, require inspection of motor vehicles; permit longer .trucks; big trurlt license fees; study the effect of trucks on highways: ^require a six-months wait for a divorce dcrree to become final; prevent a third consecutive term for a governor-; establish a presidential preference primary; 'change the primary election date; And further, broaden the application of the use tax to contractors; require bowling alleys to pay the sales tax; create an athletic commission and legalize boxing and wrestling; create a legislative council; shorten sentences of prisoners who submit to medical research ; allow • full deduction for medical expenses . in income tax returns; require inspection of all imported meat ; make clear that almost all public records are open to inspection ; and permit a newsman to withhold the source of his information. If a gallon of'wafSr is •eparated j into hydrogen and oxygen there is ,about 82 l cubic .feet of oxygen a.nd 164 cubic fee.t of hydrogen; CLINIC MAY 12 t A swine clinic sponsored by a hybrid hogs company of Hampton will' be held May 12 in the high school auditorium here. Carl (Shop) Schaeffer, specialist in swine, will speak. The Farm Bureau and high school vocational agriculture department will cooperate. All interested persons are invited. A burglar alarm has been placed on the Stone of Scone which ia a part of the British coronation chair. • •'*'., 1946 MERCURY STATION WAG- on. A-l motor, tiros. Radio, two heaters. $495. L. C. JSnearl, 219 W. llth. Phone 9387. 71406-3U: r\^>XV^XN* r '\XV^N* > W»^''S AUTO SERVICE WINKER SEJRVICE RADIATOR repairing und cleaning. Dial 3120. 75-360-lfc _ ,*^*"S**^«**>»"*^'W-*rf-W-WS*«<w^*^^ NEW CARS SEE THE NJEW DESOTO AND Plymouth first. Houlihan Motors, South on 71. 76-306-4tc FOR SALE: 1951 FORD PICKUP Deluxe; Shields Bantam 1949 model backhoe and dragline combination; Trackson T4 Traxca- valor; misc. small tools. J. P. Meinhardt, Trustee. 77-101-6tc FDR SALE,: BOY'S BJKE, GOOD as new with gear shift. Donald Hansman, Weatside. 77-l05-2tp Wont Ad* Poy You Cosh For Your Don't Wonts! Gets Word Reds Hold Her Husband TRAER tfl — Mrs. Louise Duquette has received a telegram from the Department of Defense informing her that her husband, First LI'. Norman E. Duquette, was being held as a prisoner of war by the North Korean and Chinese Communists. The telegram said the information was gained by a prisoner recently repatriated by the Communists but the report contained no Information concerning Duquette's health and welfare. This is the first word Mrs. Duquette has received concerning her husband since he was reported missing in action on Jan. 26, 1952. Lt. Duquette was a jet photo reconnaissance pilot and had flown 86 missions before his capture. Dinner Meeting A dinner meeting of past grand regents of St. Rose of Lima Court, No, 6, of the Catholic Daughters ol America will be held at Hotel Burke, Thursday, at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be followed by formative plans for the state regional meeting to be held in Sioux City, June 25. Mrs. J. C. Heider is in charge of dinner arrangements. Rubies are made of corundum, THE WORLD'S BEST FILING ArtrtWal CABINET VALUE / THE ART METAL SPEED FILE 15% More Filing Capacity 33% More Filing Speed 9 Reasons Why Speed-File Is Today's Best Filing Cabinet Value 1. Guides in full visibility on opening drawer. 2. Rigid front—expansion drawer back. 3. Opens and closes like standard file, 4. Contents slope backwards 3'/a inchc? -uto- maticellyl 5. FulMieight drawers take sta guide* and folders. J file 6. Speed-File Spacers divide contents of file for fast, easy filing. 7. Snap-out Guide Rod—just press down and pull out. . 8. Time-tested, Art Metal ball bearing roller, side-arm suspension. ' 9. Maximum usable filing space—full depth of drawer. These are features that make Speed-File today's most wanted filing cabinet. And remember this!! Only SPEED-FILE offers complete simplicity and ease of operation: file contents lie back in normal filing position a-u-t-o-m-a-H-c-a-l-l-y, every guide and folder is seen at a glance, records are referred to instantly without releasing compressors or removing folders. Only SPEED-FILE offers half a drawer extra of workable filing space in every cabinet by room ingeniously provided outside, the file drawer by automatic operation of expansion back, SEE THESE ART METAL SPEED-FILES On Display at tilt OFFICE SUPPLY STORE TIMES HERALD OFFICE 105 W»t 5th Struct P I 1 . <\ J C

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