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ALTON EVENING TELKMAPH 1HUMDAY, JUNC 30,1WO Trailer Overturned By Wind Though a blast of storm wind early today overturned their trailer at the end of Gerson street in North Alton, the Marlow Woods family escaped without I House GOP to Oppose Demo Plan to Adjourn WASttWOTON CAP) -Home deemed war today the ftfe* of tfftngini Con. grtm back Ma MWton after the political conventioro. Semite Dem three hours of debate. In piGMliig MB ivwIutlMt, john» •M argued that those who think Congresft can complete It* work before the opening of the Demo- owattc Leader Lyndon *» John- cratie eMWttMwi Hi Los MA ot TWtM pwmptfr moved tar My 11 af« daydreMldng a gbowdpwn on the Ism*. ; He told the Senate th* the House; Estimate Winds at 80MPH Wind* estimated at Ml mllei an'hour ripped through Alton I ar*§ at lltt a.m. fbday. ' . TDe sttvrrn CPMMB into Alton Fourfh of Sertet • Mo§cow Youngsters Are Becoming Snobs By WILLIAM L. _______ _________ . , did" not *t op J» 0% a itrU|ht Injury through a window, Woods j<30P mehiber* adopted a resolu- i Demodflths National CcffiVCntlrJA i «ct««i Afttn ( Iftki, IB* reported today. He said his wtfe and son, year* old, erawttd through don of opposition to what their | or fix the date* tor lt» meeting. , Spokesman, Rep. Charles B. Hoe- He said Paul Sutler, a ven ot low*, called the "political- i ic national chairman, set tip window of th<> overturned trailer |y inspired move" by Johnson} "his supporters are running this 1 and stayed the remainder of the and House Speaker Sam fteyburnj convention." giant Wiv« aftfflit the UlinOll shore and flipping hmvy drift* WMM It fMR tip onto th§ frfef ledges of the dam. Lockmen Moscow UatmBtty today training t win guide eration hem*. AW what, to mtny Wttwmeft, pear to be « fceMertllolfl This-applNll tt tlte ^_^ Great RusstJHI rttBoflBBty, trofll the huge CWtraT SrVlet stall whose Russians dominate the , dung to sheltered spots to keep| many other nationalities making SCATTERED SHOWERS . tittfteTCd showers and thuna>r*ri<w- tn *re forecast tonight from the western portion of the Ohio Valfe* to portions of the upper and middle Missis- central plains. Some scattered thandershowpr* are also expected In the southern part of the middle Atlantic states. It will he cooler from the Lake* region eastward to hefarlll Atlantic states, (AP night at the nearby home of his (D-Tex) for a postconventlon ses-: He asked whether opponents of i from being swept into the river. | up ^ e iS-repubUc Soviet Union, mother. Mrs. Leo Woods, Rt. l.jgton of Congress. j a recess are suggesting Butler; one lockman said he was sure* Often, say foreign; graduate stu- Godfrey. ; Johnson came back with a free-[-and his little group proceed the w)nd velocity was "at !««*!dents studying In Moscow under Apparently so dazed from an | swinging speech In the Senate of j without the senator*?" 70 m |j eg on hotlf." iexehang* arrangements, thef* tt reply to all his crit.cs. He then Butler professedly isjeutral in ^ ^ ffofft ^ Worm ^j,,,^ than a little rlctel arrogai** i in the Russian Student's makeup. ; Frequently a foreign visitor about TO''"" n ' s Russian colleague Illinois Population Now In Excess of 10 Million CHICAGO (AP)-Illinois' popu-,Cass teflon passed the 10 million mark i champaign ifl preliminary 1960 U. S. census jchristjan figures compiled today. i More than half of the count which put the state's total at 10,-!Cl ay 005,166-1,296,811 higher than the I960 figure of 8,712,876 — represents Cook County residents. 1MB year's preliminary count for Cook County, which probably will be increased somewhat when all census long forms are accounted for, Is 5,086,924. This is 578,132 more than the 4,508,7d2 figure of 1950. Chicago lost 104,704 In the decade, dropping from' 3,620,962 to 3,516,258. The preliminary figures affirmed a substantial shift to the suburbs. Preliminary figures for Illinois counties: Couoty 1MO IBM Adams 64.690 68,273 Alexander 20,316 15.586 Bond 14,157 14,068 Boone 17,070 20,243 Brown 7,132 6,197 Bureau 37,711 37,036 Calhoun 6,898 5,918 Carroll 18,976 19,309 Rockefeller Will Back GOP Ticket Clinton Coles Cook Crawford Cumberland DeKalb De Witt Douglas DuPage Edgar Edwards Effingham Fayette Ford Franklin Fulton Gallatin ' Greene Grundy Hamilton Hancock Hardin Henderson Henry Iroquois Jackson Jasper j Jefferson Jersey Jo Daviess Johnson Kane Kankakee Kendall Knox Lake LaSalle Lawrence Lee Livingston Logan 15,097 106,100 38,816 17,362 17,445 22,594 40,328 14.322 131,242 37.115 16,494 15,764 23,965 42,746 4,508,792 5,086,924 21,137 20,714 By JACK BELL GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, Mont. (AP>—Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller apparently is going to back the Republican ticket this fall despite policy disagreements with Vice President Richard M. Nixon. i Madison Rockefeller left this impression | Marion with GOP governors departing | Marshall after the windup of the 52nd an-1 Mason nual conference of state execu-! Massac McDonough McHenry McLean Ma con 10,496 40,781 16,894 16,706 154,509 23,407 9,056 21,675 24,582 14,901 46,685 43.716 9,818 18,852 19,217 12,256 25,790 7,530 8,416 46,492 32,348 38,124 12,266 35,892 15,264 21,459 8,729 150,388 73,524 12,115 54,366 179,097 100,610 20,539 36,351 37,809 30,671 28,199 50,65fi 76,577 9,899 51,427 17,114 19.237 308,470 22,420 7,924 WeatherForecast Alton and vicinity— Partly cloudy, warm and humid with a chance of thundershowers by evening. High around 90. Cloudy with scattered thundershowers tonight and Friday, little change in temperature. Low tonight near 70, high Friday 9045. Johnson ' Hoping for TrumanAid By WILLIAM F. ARBOGA8T WASHINGTON (AP) — Sup- that he was unable to recall just what had befallen him, Thomas Moore. 24, of 3103 Belle St., was moved to Alton Memorial Hospital nt 3:16 a.m. today (gumption of legislative work on : gj V en aid to Son. John F. by a neighbor. John Huck of 1 Tuesday, Aug. 8. nedy's bid for it 3101 Belle St., who had ' - - - «*d the Senate to approve a jthe bfltt , P for ,„, formal resolution for adjr^ein ^dential nomination. u of Congress this Saturday with re- ; son backers consider that he has Ken- i him. Later he ated to «ft to while she danced wnh a Rwttn student.,The Roman dK8enfttjjhe Nffft) K> melt nbtl olh*"*. «*we CM NegW was Hfcylald e> a fMmp of Kaftan stuOtma. Ife Mating Mfted Mm in » hospital. the incident Way ha*i been of a student brawl (hen actual tadal antagonism- tot It had an eft** upon after f6ti«*> students. Indeed, It affected their attitude toward the new "People's Friendship University" announced by Soviet Premier NtWta Wirush- the dam rain was oeiteveo. . ,. h «« the ammmt thftt "*">' fe »- 1 - flg . a called to his aid. Huck told police he been; Senate Republican Leader Ev- On the House side, Raybtirn ex-' Th « wind blew most of ; the jerett M. Dirksen of Illinois an-| prft5se d surprise- at the stand!"right up over, the hill into Al- found) nounced his support for Johnson's i taken by the Republicans but oekmen explaind. dark-complexioned some student from Soviet Central Asia. Gossip about Involving a student This school, scheduled to open ift the fall, is to be for African. Asian attd Latin American students up to the age of 35. It will offer free tuition and dormitories. living allowances and free travel to and from Moscow. Plans are to open with an enrollment ol 500, to he expanded to 5,000 in three 15 Injured i i.,i ., u j i i (Continued From Page 1.) automobile, He had incur- , • a bruise and laceration on * ch laceration, dismissed. Moore prone on m* street pavement near his home. Police said Moore told them he was standing in front of bin home when injured, and had a blurred recollection of being hit by something dragging behind a passing red the back of his head and a mark like a burn on his left ankle. The power failure during the storm had far-reaching effects. One instance was related In the moving of a patient to the ( , _ „_ hospital. ill Hospital today for injuries sl "-; over the recess plan at a caucus,-snapped. Phone service was The patient, who had suffered j fered incident to the storm werp| but took no gtan(J as a group. | knocked out at Bunker Hill, heart seizure about 4 a.m.,j released after treatment. | However, two GOP senators j staunton, Alhambra and Living- dared 'their opposition would be: Lightning was so Incessant ™ J^SJ _ . ' tUnt 1* n***s«rl*ln/4 01 t#Fls%lMvtt 1«rvWf UUIlH Ui tt SVCflJUUt. resolution ., . ^. M — ~,-, The Senate agreed to vote after I turned back. :tnat jt Provided sufficient light Ravlmrn Surprised 1o dispel the darkness in power- Recite Incident Rayburn said he was surprised less homes. t xhe incident occurred because " House GOP Leader Apparently wind velocities of: months ago at a universitydance. Charles A. Halleck of Indiana had j the crushing winds which Foreign students tell it this way:; agreed there was no choice but (smashed through Illinois com- The Negro wanted to dance with to come conventions "It doesn't make any differ- ly at St. Louis. jence," he added. "We're going to The wind attack and heavy i recess." He said the House vote rains flung trees across roads. Moore. 24. 3103 Belle St., bruises,; and laceration of head, was taken to an Alton hospital.; Two women were hurt in falls Because of the power failure hos- trying to get to the basements of 23if6'P° rtprs of B. Johnson pital elevators were unable to | operate and the ambulance attendants carried the patient on their home; a youth was injured while removing debris from the yard of his home, and a child was the stretcher to the floor on'burned while attempting to help hoped today Harry S. Truman | whldl hjs room wag i ocnte d. | start a firr to barbecue because 21840 16 585 wou 'd change his mind about boy 'rotting the Democratic National Separate Student Body This school will be entirely sep- ,arate from Moscow University's student body, with separate faculties and separate facilities, And it is arousing some resentment ere was no choice nutismasnea inrougn uiinois com- The Negro wanted to aance WHO foreim students who say > back after the;munities were greater than the; a white Russian girl..She t refused;^ * ppl ^^j ^ a meafls ,| f B. • 67-mile gusts measured official- - -' ; iso i ating them from the Russian i students. Already some are calling it "Apartheid University." About 1,500 foreign students HIV studying in Moscow. The great majority are from Asia and the ! Middle East, about 120 from black i Africa. The Soviet Student body A power failure during the vi- numbers HOOO, including 5000 at , *U« •••*Jifsi*>nltir'c» rtmtrmrmm nrotlr i n olent storm early today caused Laclede Work ted. j on the recess resolution would i barricading U.S. 66 and 40. De-i /7flf*l/II/P// /IV Four other persons treated in the |probably bp , aken ^^.^ .^ b]orked ^ ^ and „„, ^ttrMWCW UY emergency room of Alton Mcmor-| R^i,,^,, sen ators also talked jf or a time. Utility lines were; 39,148 41,785 7,634 17,421 22,354 Convention and would publicly announce his support of the Texan. They were known to be trying Storm damage to schools was! 0 f the power failure, reported today by Dr. J. B. i victims of the mishaps were Johnson, superintendent of Alton j Mrs. Kutrinka Crowder, 24, 331 public schools. He said sections 9965-'° P ersuat 'e the former president 24,431 5,830 8,168 to reconsider his decision, announced Wednesday, to withdraw as a convention delegate from had been blown off the West Junior and North Junior gymnasiums and that a school structure at Fqsterburg — a quonset hut —had been destroyed. •Icorbin St., Bethalto, an injury to of roofing ner i ert foot, suffered while running to the basement while carrying a child, and Mrs. Lucille Franz, 49, wife of Leo Franz, Grafton, who suffered a fracture of her left wrist 49^047 Missouri and to stav awav from He did not make an estimate i ' ! in a fall on her way to the base- 33,461 41,384 11,255 32,229 17,089 21,671 6,928 207,503 90,834 17,453 60,951 290.895 110,133 18,492 38,763 40,023 33,505 38,737 sessions. Truman himself gave no immediate explanation. Sen. Stuart Symington of Missouri, who has had Truman's active support, insisted Truman still is backing him and he is "running hard as a of the loss. A huge tree was blown down and damaged the porch of the home of Mrs. H. F. Hoefert, 1408 Liberty St. The tree also crashed on Mrs. Hoefert's automobile, parked in the driveway. candidate." j A policeman on a patrol But supporters of Sep. John F. through Riverside Park found Kennedy of Massachusetts read the doorway of the Riverside 7, daughter of ment of her home during the storm. Peggy Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ray of 3856 Aberdeen, incurred a cut to her right ankle this morning while attempting to chop some wood for a barbecue in the absence of power at. their home, and Raymond Baker, 16, of Cottage Hills, was treated for a lacera-j told newsmen that a show of| ston hands had produced about a 2-1 The storm brought t^mpera- margin against the recess idea.; tures down some 30 degrees into They declined to be quoted by| the 60s and loosed lightning and name, saying any statement ; should come from Dirksen. Dispute* View Hoeven disputed the view that- Congress can't complete its work before the conventions, and said he expected to pick up some; Democratic support for the GOP the university's downtown branch. a t The Russian students seem to consider themselves a privileged A'7om"i£ny Spokesman said i class. They must be financially in the warehouse and privileged to afford this s tat™ university. The living allowamv a curtailment, of operation Laclede Steel Co. Injured in HighwayMishap workers the 10-inch pipe mill were sent home because of power fail- *»" » R« sslan student in the first ure. Power was restored andiyear is only 250 rubles mon nly work resumed in the warehouse! «» at the tourist rate). A student and pipe mill on the day shift, i cannot live on that. Since the in- he sajd istitution of working one's way A tree at the rear of the Ken-i through school is virtually un- opposition to the recess plan. James Marko , 52, of 297 XVest-jneth Crouch home at 611 Blairlknown, he must get money -from .». . . • .«. . _ . _ I _ p_11 J.t_. •IftCO »^AJnl £nw*iltr * TlOmP. "There is still plenty of time to wood East Alton was brought complete the public's business." ' (0 <# Joseph's Hospital at noon fell on the 1953-model family' car. ' Want Status Quo declared Hoeven, spokesman for;, ;)day after the car ~ he was driv-i In another instance, a tree; The system appears to. hnve the caucus. i ln g struck the rear of a gravel, caved in the top of the 1960-mod- produced a social group dedicat d Hoeven said he expects to picki tmek on R t . ioO. up some Democratic support in a I Marko and his son, fight against the recess. i received lacerations and abra-i stl ' eet He said there had been no at-, sions a b o ut the face and head.i tempt to sound out Republican sentiment in the Senate on the issue. The Senate Republican leader, Sen. Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois, supported Johnson's recess stand Wednesday. 'el automobile of Franklin Dun- to the status quo—keeping who lives on Henry at 13th as they are. There seems to be little political restlessness among university students. Lives and I activities are fairly well controlled by uHfts of the Komsomols i (Young Communist League.) i The attitudes of Russian stu- The driver of the truck which, J apj|n Calls Home overturned from the force ofj * the collision, escaped uninjured.; TJ c fnintnlar «_.,—- , * *«.. i \.i • v j • v.'i^iioumi. He was Ed\vm Fessler of Dow.; , The truck was making a left! TOKYO (AP) - The Japanese j dents have P^uced adverse reac- into Truman's announcement a Driv , In had been blown in by Hms, j* *™™™ possible collapse of Symington'. , he storm . Ralph Byrdi o{ God . turn of hs ug W too '• candidacy and a big boost for {rey , ownel , wag notified . their hopes of a first-ballot nom-l ination for Kennedy, short of a ciariffeation of hisj M i koyan Welcomes motives by Truman himself at aj ito remove debris from Ihe yard iof his home. Raymond is the son Since all members of the House ] roaf | for re-election, if theyi are to remain in Congress, there! greater collective sentiment j iturn from the highway to a side i government is calling home the it was struck. te i heads of its consular offices in countries in the underdeveloped ife United States for a confer- world where communisnvis most tion from many a student from <here than in the Senate for get-; of Mr and Mrs. Arvel Baker. *«ng back home to political fence-' Treated at St. Joseph's Hos-1 mending duties, news conference he has called for! Indonesian Minister P»«> late this mornin K °" in ' ! ° nly °" e ' thlrd ° f II Gets First ence next week on the effect on U. S.-Japanese trade of the re- Sinee War cent riots and the cancellation of 'President Eisenhower's visit. i .. KOBE, Japan rAP^-The first; -. - (many a confirmed senators i submarine made in Japan since j A Rotterdam construction f inn | Communist. anxious to make an impression. One graduate American student observed that Moscow University will be sending back to that area young nnti Saturday in Independence, Mo., ! juries suffered either in the MOSCOW (AP)—Anastas Miko-j storm or as an aftermath of the need face the voters at the ballot I World War II \vas delivered to j has sent 50 Dutch technicians to boxes this year. Japan's sea defense force today, (jobs in Liberia. Next: The changes since Stalin tlves Wednesday. Democrats 'turned homeward with many of them carrying the impression that Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts is only a whisker away from their party's presidential nomination. Rockefeller who has criticized tile administration's defense and medical aid for grams supported the aged pro- by Nixon, appeared to have left himself leeway in press conference remarks Wednesday to ait on his hands In the November election. But when some other Republi- Menarri Mercer Monroe Montgomery Morgan Moultrie Ogle Peoria Perry Piatt Pike Pope Pulaski Putnam Randolph Richland Rock Island 44,210 182,307 41,700 13,025 15,326 13,594 9,639 17,374 ii70Qd'was rife. iayn led top Soviet government ("blow" were Mrs. Bolls Dmni lo ThlN ' ifi ^es in welcoming Indonesian Rowe ' 2m Hollanrt . But it boiled down to this: First Minister Djuanda to 1 Mos-i suslainpfi a foot 1. That Truman has decided I cow today, indicating the first ! makin S her way to the Dorothy St " 39,038, 13.285 15,232 9,256 i 17,054 Symington can't make the grade, and doesn't want to go to Los Angeles and fight a losing battle. 2. That Truman suspects a deputy premier is in charge while Nikita Khrushchev is visiting Aus- 32,460 31,129 "deal" between Symington and, Kennedy and wants to be no part I In it. The possible deal, suggested! New tria. The Indonesian leader rived on a friendship tour. ar- ment of her home. Marion Everage of and Mrs 2620 Main suffered a by a strong backer of Symington, ««nlwould give Symington a place in ja.asu , ^^ St. Mrs. Everagc hand injury. An eight-year-old boy, Robert average day on the Purcell of 1203 Diamond St.. Stock Exchange, a j suffered a cut to his hand while floor broker for a commission!attempting to remove debris an house walks more than 12 miles I from the yard of his home this 33.429 37,954 174,34" 188.130 21,684 19,151 13,970 14,939 22.155 20,795 10,489 4,566 29,916 16,142 cans interpreted his statements as indicating he might desert the Sl - Clair GOP, Rockefeller told a reporter: Sallne "J will not bolt the party." (Sangajnon While he did not commit him- Schuyler self finally to campaigning for! 8 ™ 1 * 13,639 4,746 31,673 16,889 133,558 149,915 205,995 263.849 33,420 131.484 the cabinet if Kennedy becomes I over 1he trading floor, president. Presumably, the Mis- j " soiiri senator would be named' secretary of defense, a position to which he has aspired since his service as secretary of the air. force. ' 3. That Truman has personal 1 reasons for not wanting to go to LOR Angeles. This theory was discounted by Truman's decision to 1 morning. All were released. * 10 ' d a newa conference hard- TIME FOR DECISION Support Campaign Now To Continue Our YMCA Nixon as the expected GOP presi- Shelby Stark Stepheiwon dential nominee. Rockefeller indicated he thinks he can find enough common ground to <Joj TazeweU that. Republicans think that if the| Umon governor were inactive, Nixon j Vermilion might loee New York's vital 45| Waba8h electoral votes. ' 'Warren Governors elected Gov. Stephen | Washington L. R. McNichota of Colorado as! Wavne their new chairman. Next year's meeting te expected to be held in Hawaii. McNichols u one of several governors who have held out thus far against the Kennedy blitz. He has been described in some quar- Whiteside Will Williamson Winnebago Woodiord Total including Cook County 7.245 24,434 8,521 41,595 76,165 '.20,500 87,079 14,651 21,891 14,460 20,933 20.935 49.336 134,336 48.621 woll 'd summon newsmen from intu- and wide for a personal an- 14b,09bi ,. . :_. , R , 3 2 i nouncement, but might for a ma^ A RESOLUTION APPROVED IY THE LABOR COMMITTEE OF THE G.337 23,289; 8,322i •15,941 99,058 17,523 94,564 political statement. 4. That Truman is dissatisfied YMCA BUILDING FUND, JUNE 14, with the manner in which Democratic National Chairman Paul: M. Butler has organized the con-; veution and wants to dissociate ' himself from it. His Saturday; I960 1 .' m qpi'ess conference may be a blast' 1 at Butler. Butler himself said, "Ij L>1,535 13.489 18,875 19.210 5G,(i59 190,432 45.042 don't know anything about it at' all," and added his last word was j that Truman was planning to at-i tend ten as an advocate of Senate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas. But he naid that isn't true, he hasn't madf| (j|- ee |j Official* up his mind. i His position and that of a quar-j T^ Confer With Tito let of favorite sons who also are I holdouts seemed likely to be af-j ATHENS, Greece (APi—Greek fected by the announcement of'Premier Constantiiw Karamanlis former President Harry S. Tru-land Foreign Minister Evunghelos man that be will not be a dele-1 Averoff flew to Yugoslavia today gate to the Los Angeles com en- (01 talks with President Tito. the convention. No Talk* of Ural There was no' open talk of a 152sis 208CT8 : K enne dySymington deal among- 21335 ''4*485'K € ' luiea V supporters, and Johnson! 'p .' i • i"Ji. , supporters disclaimed any knowl- lotai iikciucuiig , , , , , . Cook County gt> s a maneuver although 8,712,17610,005,16B they conceded such an agreement 1 '' .L..ntrl I*.-. •!« *l*.\ i*ri>«<4 wuld be in the wind S>.»ilngton himself sai' he is still "running hard as a candidate" with Truman's backing. Say'ng Truman himself will explain his stand, Symington reported after talking with the former president by telephone: l The origin of the name of the Siati' ot Oregon is unknown. PROCLAMATION Whereas, we. the Labor Committee of the VMCA BuUdlnn Fund and member! of the A.F.L.-C.I.O.. In the Alton-Wood River area, are vitallv concerned with the need for a new community center to serve our youth and the communities In general; and Wherea*. IhU need U fmuliubUed today bv the fact that Juvenile delinquency In Madison County I* now Increasing at a rate faster than (he Increase In population; and Whereas, the cost of crime toduv t» estimated by J bdaar Hoover as that- of U times each dollar contributed to rellflous activities; Be It Therefore Resolved that we, the Labor committee of the VMCA Buildini fund, who art supporting the. campaign, are doing so on ttv- basis that there will be generout, investments of all coacerawl with Uw JWure of our communities Includlug corppratlOBS, joundaUons estates. organizaUom. a«d IwllvUuaU. feel that unless such support is forthcoming In the cur-1 rent VMCA Building appeal the result will be not only our failure tp provide the new building, but to iMvltably kill the YMCA after 75 years of faithful service. Kennedy's backers havteiied to interpret tku not only as a collapse of tte candidacy of Sen. Stuart Symington of Missouri but! as an indication that old pro Truman think* Kennedy is a cinch: lev th teeUag nu.y tend to push tee favorite son holdout*, including Govs. Edmund G. Brown of C&torw Robert R Meyner el New Jersey, Her«cnel C. Uwe- ' tat* el iow« and George Docking at tfieneu They represent state* «itb HI Cfl(|vrnlinn vote*. HERTZ RENT-A-CAR FOURTH OF JULY SPECIAL Frm I P.M. Fritey ti I i.M. Only PLUS tOe A MILE J)e«ervotieas HERTZ RENT A CAR TH MO Buddy W. DavU Edward Flatt William C. Httwileioo Robert J. O'Cooaor Arvcl A. Rogers tki VMM IdlMISf fnt SAVE WITH THESE ALL DAY MONDAY Chiec Electric Hair Clippir Sit Clipper - Crew Cut Attachment — Comb—Instruction Book -- In Attractive Plastic Carrying Case. Comparable value $9.96 OUR $ 95 PRICE 16 Oit Icid Tta Qlassis 2 ftr 26i IDE CREAM i Qat, 69o ZORI SANDALS Thick, spongy rubber, the most comfortable on the market. 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