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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 19

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PAGE TWSNT Y ALTON JBVBNINO TBLEORAPH WKDNRSDAY, APRIL M, 1931 Ivan Kramer Elected May or Of Wood River Close Contest As Humphrey, Howard Trail All Citizens' Candidates Elected Except City Treasurer WOOD RIVER — Ivan Kramer was elected mayor of this community in balloting Tuesday by the narrow margin of 78 votes over Lavler D. Humphrey. Although the race for mayor was a close one, Wood Rlverans apparently gave a vote of confidence to the city managerial form of government, which was decided upon as against the present aldermanic form of government In a referendum several months ago. With only one exception, the entire Citizens Committee slate was voted Into office. Edwin Bean, Charles E. Season, J. M. Delaney and Hugh Worthen was swept into office as councllmen by sizeable majorities, but A. Robert Rich, seeking the city treasurer's post, was defeated by independent Frank J. Starkey by 114 votes, 1,669 to 1,555. J. Thornton Lancaster, Independent, ran for the post of police magistrate without opposition and received a complimentary vote of 2,776. Not until the fourth, ward results had been reported was Kramer assured of victory. He had cut down a 171 vote lead, piled up by Humphrey in the first, second and fifth wards, with a 73 vote majority in the third ward and a 176 vote majority in the fourth ward. The fourth ward reported last at approximately 7:50 p.m. The seconh ward poll had been first in hand in results at 6:25 p.m. Sought Second Term Humphrey was seeking his second, though not successive, term as mayor of this city. No person has succeeded himself as mayor of Wood River since 1927, when William A. Tipton did so for a two- year term. One other man, John W. Hamilton, present street commissioner here, served two terms as mayor, but not successively. It was Kramer's first try for public office. Total vote cast here Tuesday, 3,365, was considered surprisingly small. In 1949, ( when Humphrey was seeking re-election, only to be defeated by Mayor William R. Stoneham, a record total of 4,053 votes were cast. At that time George Meyers and Jack Creekmore ran third and fourth respectively in the same mayoral race. Most of the independent candidates had based their hopes for election on the casting of at least 3,500 votes. By wards, the total vote cast was: First, 702; Second, 554, Third, 713, Fourth, 821, Fifth. 575. Total number of votes for the two mayoral candidates, by wards: First — Humphrey, 403; Kramer 287; Second — Humphrey, 296, Kramer, 250; Third — Humphrey 316; Kramer, 389; Fourth—Humphrey, 317; Kramer, 493; Fifth — Humphrey 289, Kramer 280. Emmet P. Howard, seeking his third term as city clerk, failed by 578 votes. Total vote for each candidate was 1,335 for Howard; 1,913 for Miss Korbet. Total vote for couneilmen In order of votes given was: Delaney, 1,856; Beason, 1,847; Bearu 1,819; Worthen, 1,673, Everett Ragus, 1,459; Clyde R. Borman, 1,299; Herman A. DeWitt, 1,217; and Albert Jackson, 932. Bo'-man and DeWitt are aldermen at present. Ragus is outgoing city treasurer. Of the newly elected councilmen, Delaney is office manager of Standard N 0il Company's refinery here, and resides at 724 N. Wood River Ave. Bean, 167 S. Ninth St., is a foreman at Shell Oil Comany's refinery here, as is Beason, a resident of 555 N. First St. Worthen is employed at Standard Oil Company. He resides at 749 Condit Ave. Runs Baokeeplag Service Miss Korbet operates the Korbet Bookeeping Service here and resides at 415 N. Wood River Ave. Starkey, whose home is at 308 Whitelaw Ave., is a salesman at the Western Auto Associates Store. Lancaster, of 350 E. Penning Ave., is presently merchant policeman here and a Wood River township justice of the peace. The xnew city officials will take office at the first scheduled council meeting next month, May 4. Mayor William R. Stoneham has called a special session of the council (or Thursday night at 1 p.m. to canvass Tuesday's vote. Mayor*Elect Kramer Thanks Supporters WOOD RIVER - Thank you for your support," said Ivan Kramer today, only a few hours after It had been confirmed he will be the new mayor of this community. Kramer defeated Lavler D. Humphrey for election as mayor by the narrow margin of 78 votes. "The election Is over," Kramer said. "We have voted and expressed ourselves on our choice of candidates. But the job of operating our city under the new city managerial system is Just begun. "We have many important and pressing problems confronting our city, and we will do everything possible to operate efficiently and in keeping with our campaign pledge. "We will do our host. But. nothing can be accomplished without the support of all the people, and the cooperation of labor, Industry, business and civic organizations, and our county, state and federal authorities. "As a civic purpose, we havn accepted as a public trust, our duties in the service of our city." Wood River VFW CommitteesNamed t WOOD RIVER—Several appointments for various VFW standing committees for the coming year were announced by Post Commander Jack R. Willis, at a meeting of the organization Monday night at the Memorial Club. Carl Benefiel was named chairman of membership; George Hill ways and means, to be assisted by Eugene Pruitt and Lloyd Dildine; Keith Fisher, poppy, and James Blevins, disaster. Four applications for membership were approved, Dean Cooper, Robert Miles, Curtis Hagen, and Francis Rainey. Two transfer members accepted Monday were Robert Franklin and Clarence Bashatti. Miles and Hagen were initiated along with John Lavitus and BJugene Kelly. A Madison County Council meet ing for May 14 was announced, when election of officers will be held. Squares to Have "Live" Music WOOD RIVER-Mitchell Broth ers Down Home Band will play for square dancing of Roundhouse Squares at the Roundhouse from 8 until 11 o'clock tonight. Bob Borman will be the caller. Refreshments have been planned. Jim Ray at Corpus Chrlstl WOOD RIVER—Jim Duane Ray son of Mrs. Gladys Ray, 102a E Ferguson Ave. has been assigned to the Naval Air Base at Corpus Christie, Tex., as an air mechanic. Jim was inducted into the U. S. Navy in November, 1952 and took his boot training at San Diego. He Vanpreter Victorious At East Alton VICTORIOUS MAYORS IN TUESDAY'S ELECTION: From left to right are Ivan Kramer who won the post at Wood River by defeating former mayor Lavicr Humphrey; Charles Van Prefer unseated Otto Brazier as president of the East Alton village board; W. R. Armcs defeated incumbent Charles Welch «J Roxana and Joe Stump was re-elected at Hartford without opposition.—Staff photos. Welch Loses Bid For Re-election Armes Wins Mayors Post By 220 Vote Margin At -Roxana ROXANA — W. R. Armes, former president of the village bqard, upset Charles Welch in his bid for re-election as mayor in somewhat of a sprprise here Tuesday, 458 to 238. Other candidates and their total vote In the mayor's race were: Clyde Donham, 171, and Henry Catleberry, 6. \ Ira Killam, incumbent, was reelected village clerk without opposition. He received 680 votes. The three victorious candidates for village trustees were: Roy Fraser with 530 votes, W. D. Bost with 495, and Kenneth Nail with 434. Nail was the oniy Incumbent candidate. Others in the race for trustees were: Preston Bledsoe, incumbent, 319 votes, Jesse Dlckerson 365, and George Hughes, 266. For police magistrate W. I. Shattuck was re-elected to the post with 377 votes. Homer Morris polled 313 votes and Calvin Thomas had 313. A total of 864 votes were cast which is a near record vote for a village election. The proposal to have the village board relinquish ownership of a village park site to the new Roxana recreation commission carried 594 to 218. was recently home for a seven day furlough. To Honor Officers WOOD RIVER—Mrs. Leo Rohde. associate matron and Lynn Stone, associate patron, will be honored by the local chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star at a meeting Thursday night at 7:45, in Odd Fellows Hall. Associate matrons and associate patrons from other chapters will fill the stations at the formal meeting tomorrow night. Mrs. T. B. Richardson is worthy matron and Howell Barnett, worthy patron of the local organization. Mr*. Dildine Is President New Officers of Corena Ave. PTA Installed Tuesday Night Efforts are under way la Jamaica to form a federation of British Weal ladies teiritoriat, KUigtUM report!. Want Ads Click! ~~ WOOD RIVER. - "The problem of education is the problem of all the people and the more lay people get in and push, the better our educational program will be," Charles A. Lee, professor of education at Washington University, St. Louis, told members of the Lorena Ave. PTA Tuesday night. Lee's topic was "Our Schools, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow," and he went on to say that in the world of tomorrow, the fourth "R" (relationships) will be more important than the three R's. Approximately 200 persons attended the annual banquet and installation of officers at Lewis-Clerk cafeteria. Mrs. Clarence Cola, retiring president, gave the welcome address. Dr. Games Smith, toastmas- ler, introduced Mrs. Hulda Traband, first president of Lorena Ave. PTA. who acted as installing officer. New officers are: Mrs. Uoyd Dildine, president; Mrs. William More, vice president; Mrs. Russell Chappell, secretary; and John Paring, treasurer. Mrs. E. Porter Estes entertained with a vocal solo, and a special ensemble, directed by Mrs. Eunice Robinson, and accompanied by Miss Ruth Toomey, sang two specialties. The invocation and benediction were given by Elmer Schwalbe. Girls from Miss Mabel Ditch's home economics classes served. Mrs. Dildine and Mrs. More, newly installed officers, will leave Thursday for Peoria to attend the state PTA convention as delegates of the organization here. Highlight of the convention will be the speaker at the closing banquet, Mrs. Eleanor Hooseve.t. Mrs. Dildine and Mrs. More will return Sunday. SODS are Howe WOOD RIVER. -ET 2 C. James K. Hopper and a brother, Robert, both sons of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hopper, 835 Lewis Ave., arrived home April 11, James for a leave from the Coast Guard until May 18, and Robert, to await a call into the armed forces. James, an electronic technician, had spent the past U months on Attu island in the Aleutians working on a Loran Transmitting Sta- tioa. Following his leave, he will report to the St. Louis district of the Coast Guard for duty there. He is due for discharge in February. 1964, which would complete a three-year enlistment. After e* tering service, James had been stationed for a time in Seattle, Wash. Robert had been employed with the Oregon SUM Gam* Commission. The brothers returned here via auto, * Hospital Women ToMeet Thursday Miss Sobolewski Will Be Guest Speaker WOOD RIVER. — Miss Thereso Sobolewski of Wesley General Hospital, Chicago, will b*e guest speaker at the Thursday evening meeting of Wood River Township Hospital Auxiliary at 7:30 p.m. in the hospital dining room. Miss Sobolewski, who is spending some time at Madison, will speak on "What An Auxiliary Means to a Hospital." Mrs. Leonard Sellier- is program chairman. The current fund-raising project, chairmaned by Mrs. Richard Heskett, will be brought to a close at the Thursday meeting, and awards made. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Emil Hastings, president, will preside for the business meeting at which time plans will be formulated for the hospital open house scheduled for May 10-13. WSWS to Install WOOD RIVER. — Officers .will be installed at the regular meeting of Woman's Society of World Service at First Evangelical United Brethren Church at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Edwin Crause will be program leader. This will be the last in a series of four programs concerning Africa. ' Celebrate Birthdays WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bell, 31 Marguerite St., entertained a number of guests at dinner Sunday in celebration of Mr. Bell's and Morris Lee Lewis's birthdays. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. McCoy and daughter, Carole Kay, of Roxana; Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Scoggins, Tom Mudd, and Morris Lee's mother, Mrs. Frances Lewis, and his brother, Danny, all of Wood River. Set Convention Date WOOD RIVER— Annual district convention of American Legion will be at Granite City June 6-7, according to plans made at a business meeting of 75 representatives of the 22nd District at American Legion home, 229 E. Ferguson Ave., Sunday afternoon. The five counties represented at Sunday's meeting were: Madison. Bond, St. Clair, Monroe and Washington. Committee reports were given and by-laws discussed, as well as other annual business. Qualify (or Club WOOD RIVERr-Twelve boys at East Alton-Wood River Community High School have qualified for membership and have joined the School Projectionists Club of America. To qualify they successfully passed a projectionist's written examination and demonstrated that they could operate certain projection equipment correctly. Headquarters of the club is at State College, Pennsylvania. Each boy received a blue identification badge and an identification card from national headquarters. The boys are Gerald Strieker. Bill Haun, Bill Wooldridge, Hubert Blake, Robert Tucker, Bob Williams, Wyatt Dodson, Gary Hamilton, John Meaneriek, Robert Burris, Norm Woflldridge and Paul Plummsr The faculty sponsor ol this school activity U Yemen Hoeche. WOOD RIVER — Twenty -eight members of VFW Post 28&Q and the auxiliary attended a joint uv stallation of Highland VFW officers Sunday night. Glenn WesierhoJd tor the post initiation aiuf Mrs. Villa Frailty for the auxiliary, both of Pout 2S59, were installing officers. Mrs. Geoige Hill was installing Erwin Plegge New Mayor At Bethalto Stump Re-elected Hartford Mayor HARTFORD — Incumbent Joe Stump was re-elected president of the village board here Tuesday without opposition. According to unofficial returns he received 364 votes. ^ Berdell E. McCann with 351 votes was elected village clerk also without opposition. In the only race on the ballot, Belmont'Hines, Phillip Hendricks and Oren Berry won the three trustee posts. Frank Zagar was low man on the ticket. For police magistrate, Delmar Adams was re-elected with 359 votes. Retail Clerks Hear Reports WOOD RIVER. — Reports of two meetings attended by members of the Retail Clerks Local 149 were given at the union meeting held Monday night. Mrs. Marie Glover and Mrs. Hazel Miller gave'reports on the conference which they attended in Chicago in March. Delegates to the 58th semi-annual convention of District 1 held Sunday in Granite City gave reports. Delegates to this convention were: Mrs. Wilson Stagner, president; Mrs. Hazel Miller, Mrs. Marie Glover, Mrs. Harry Lackey and Percy Lauck, business agent. An invitation to the union was read from Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Stagner inviting the members to attend their silver wedding anniversary May 3 in the VFW Hall. The group voted to donate $10 to the Cancer fund drive and $5 to the Federation of the Blind. Four new members were initiated. Humphrey Congratulates Kramer on Victory WOOD RIVER - Lavier D. Humphrey, defeated Tuesday in the race for mayor, said today he was the first to congratulate Ivan Kramer on his being named mayor-elect. "I received the returns at the Wood River Levee and Drainage District poll. I was the first to congratulate Mr. Kramer, who was standing near me," Humphrey said. The Levee and Drainage District offWe was the polling place for the fourth ward, the final one to report. Results there turned the tide of victory from Humphrey to Kramer. conductress and Miss Frieda Bunt, musician. New Highland officers are Virgil Jberg, commander, and Mrs. Laurine Ullrich, auxiliary president. Others attending besides those already mentioned were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nolle, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benefiel, Mrs. Glenn Westerhold, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dildine, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Filardo, Mr- and Mrs. Jamas Peters and daughter, Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Omar Reich*! Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Curfman, George Hill, Mrs. Kenneth Secrest, Mrs. Keith Fiihor, Mrs. Roy Neer Mrs. norwin Frailey, lira. Eugene Pruitt and Mrs. Beatrice Black. Local auxiliary officers will go to Alton Sunday for u installation of officers there. Fifty wholes*!* firms ia Caracas, Venezuela, have adopted a five-day, 4&hour week. The Phiuppuws has hauffhi 300 Pakistani cattle, from the Pun'*, for breeding. Defeats W. A. Mattery by Wide Margin o£ 541 Votes BETHALTO - William* A. Hattery, incumbent by better than a 4 to 1 margin was def?ated in his bid for re-election as mayor here in Tuesday's election by Erwin Plegge 664 to 123 according to unofficial totals. John Henkhaus third candidate in the race polled 299 votes. For village clerk, Louis E. Bartels won with ease over J. M. Cox Jr., 702 to 311. In the seven man race for the three village trustee seats, only one of the two incumbents, J. M. Zimmermann with 517 votes was re-elected. The other victorious candidates were George Neumann with 628 votes and Floyd Ellspermann with 398. Others in the trustee race and the votes they received w,ere: Wesley Lehnen, 365, Edward Kirk, 253, Frederick Schuette, 391, and Rodiville Davis, incumbent, 340. Robert G. Klein with 951 votes was elected a member of the board to fill an unexpired term of two years. He was unopposed. Charles Edwards won the police magistrates post with 645 votes over Calvin Lawrence, incumbent with 174 and Ben Vanduker with 216. A total of 1,107 votes were cast hare Tuesday which was a record vote for a village election. The previous vote for a village election was 824. Dist. Governor Visits Exchange Club Tuesday EAST ALTON — Gust of the East Alton Exchange Club at its meeting Tuesday night at Skaggs was Theron Couch. of East St. Louis, fourth district governor of Illinois. On his official visit to the club, he brought greetings from the state club and also from the East St. Louis club of which he is a member. He congratulated the club on sponsoring the new Granite City area club. Couch also praised the local club for presenting to the community two freedom shrines, one to the high school and one to the East Alton Junior High School. He reminded members of the state convention in Quincy June 19, 20 and 21. He was accompanied to the meet- Ing by Robert Johnson of East St. Louis. Another visitor was Calvin Eyers of Iron Mountain, Mich. The East Alton club voted to invite the fourth district governor's conference to meet here at a date to be announced later. , Have Visitor* EAST ALTON. - Week-end visitors at the home of Mrs. Don Treat, 625 Bowman Ave., were her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Gingrich, of Tunnel Hill. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Roby Duncan, also of Tunnel Hill, and Mrs. Wayne Duncan, of Marion, HI., visited over the week end at the home of Milo Gingrich Jr., in Rosewood Heights. Mated RQSSLARE HARBOR, Ireland * —Salvage ships are fitting out here for another trip to the Atlantic's "ship's graveyard" — a 100 miles stretch off the Irish coast, where IB two wars German U-boats claimed mar* than ISO victims. The salvage men are looking for valuable lead, copper and steel. One unconfirmed report said they may try «or the cargo of the CUB- ard tiaer Lujitaaia, torpedoed in 1915 with the loss of 1191 liver Defeats Brazier By Small Margin; Linkogle Third Junior Women to Solicit Funds East Alton Group to Aid Cancer Society EAST ALTON — Eighteen members of the Junior Woman's Club offered their services to the Cancer Fund Drive when Mrs. John Hanks asked for workers at the Tuesday night meeting of the club in the Community Building. Mrs. William H. Butterly and Mrs. Thomas DeGerlia will work the Victory Drive area; Mrs. Ervin Hayden and Mrs. Robert McManus Jr., Maryland Park; Mrs. Miles Lynch and Mrs. Clifford Brink, Broadway, Main and Monroe Aves.; Mrs. William Elliott Jr., Mrs. Milton Mason and Mrs. Harry Park, North and South Pence Ave.; Mrs. Cecil Crosnoe, Blscayne; Mrs. Robert Dillo and Mrs. John Mudd, Shamrock and Goulding Ave.; Mrs. John Howden, Mrs. Lester Poos, Mrs. Milo Gulp and Mrs. Fred Ldng, defense area; Mrs. John Yates, Washington Ave., and Mrs. Lorell- Hicks, Bowman Ave. Thad Fife spoke to the women and showed them several films on civil defense. The, films showed what people should do in case of an atomic bomb attack or in case of fire. Hostesses for the meeting were: Mrs. Ross Nessler, Mrs. Crosnoe, Mrs. DeGerlia, Mrs. Parker and Miss Mary Kay McManus. Give Concert In Venice EAST ALTON — Students from the East Alton Junior High Schpol were driven to Venice Tuesday afternoon by several parents of the children to present a band and vocal concert for the students there. It was an exchange concert for the two schools as Venice's band came to East Alton some time ago. The band is directed by Robert S. Luly. The sixth grade chorus which sang was directed by Mrs. John Lowery. Ring Reported Stolen EAST ALTON — Mrs. Harold Murphy, 192 East Dr., reported to police here Tuesday afternoon the theft of a diamond ring from her residence. Mrs. Murphy said she believed some change was taken from her purse but other jewelry was not taken. Meeting Planned By Church Women At East Alton EAST ALTON. — At a recent meeting of the United Council of Church Women here, plans were made for the May Fellowship meeting, May 1, at the Friendship Baptist Church. Speaker at the affair will be the ^Rev. Claude E. Murray, pastor of the Friendship Baptist Church. Theme of the meeting will be "Christian Citizenship." Those in attendance at the recent meeting were: Mrs. Elinore Kennedy, president; Mrs. Robert Nunn, Mrs. IrnwBrown, Mrs. June Everett, Mrs. Eileen Orris, Mrs. Marry Lee Murray, and Mrs. Rob* ert McDaniel. ' Legion Auxiliary Meeting EAST ALTON. — Local American Legion Auxiliary Unit 794 will meet Thursday night at 7:30 at the American Legion Home for a bust* ness and social gathering. Mrs. Clifford Cooper, president, will preside, Hostesses for the eve. ning will be Mrs. LoreU Hicks and Mrs. William Hill Jr. To Paint Club Boom EAST ALTON. -Members of the Dads' Club are to come dressed and prepared for work at the Thursday evening meeting of the club. T. B. Richardson, president, re. ports that the members will meet at 7 p.m. in the Lincoln School and paint and fix up the new club Htitchens Wins Clerki Post; Ogelsby and! Link Re-elected EAST ALTdN-"The Van Wa«« on" rolled through East Alton in Tuesday's election putting Charles Vanpreter back on the throne as mayor. Vanpreter defeated Mayor Otto Brazier for the village post by a total of 194 votes. Vanpreler was mayor for 18 years before he was defeated four years ago by Brazier, a newcomer to the political field, by approximately, 100 votes. Third man ir, the race for mayor Tuesday was William Linkogle, a councilman. Vanpreler polled 1.451 votes, Brazier 1,257 and Linkogle 394. Although the Van Wagon rolled through town, Vanpreter was abla to put only one of his men Into the village administration, Armond L. Hutchens, new village clerk, who defeated incumbent Lonnie Darr for the post. Hutchens got 1,621 votes and Darr 1,275. None of the Vanpreter backed candidates for the three vacancies" on the village council were aboard the van when,the votes were tallied. The three men elected to the council were: Bob Link! and Orvil Oglesby, incumbents, and Clinton Phalen. Link High Man Link ran high man for the council receiving 1,294, Oglesby was second with 1,279 and Phalen had 926. Following is a listing of the other candidates and the total votes received by each: Alfred D. Springer—630; Doris N. Zumwalt— 700; Fred E. Abner—524; Arthur-S. Park-477; Dan M. Kilmer—866; and Pearl (P. G.) Green—919. Vanpreter told the Telegraph following the totaling of votes that h« was "very happy he won." Van- preter compared his return to political office to that of his father's, T. L. Vanpreter, who was mayor for many years, then to be defeated and later returned by the votr ers to the post of mayor. "I have no commitments and I don't plan to make any appointments at my first session of th« council (May 5) and I won't make appointments without giving due consideration to those \vho 'are qualified to hold the jobs," he stated. Mayor Brazier, when asked for a comment following the election, told the Telegraph "I expect to live in East Alton and it is going to be a wonderful town now. I expect not only to promise to cooperate but actually cooperate with mj. successor and all others in public office." Three Holdovers Holdover members of the council are: Lorrell Hicks, William Linkogle and Joe Apple and the ne\v members are Link, Oglesby and Phalen. Due to the write-in vote for members of the library board, returns for these two vacancies were not announced although Mrs. H. A. Mittleman was not opposed for one of the posts on the library board. A total of 3,102 votes were cast in the election. At the Community Building polling place 1,247 votes were cast, slightly less than was expected. Reports show 736 votes from the Library and 1,119 at the Fire Hall. ' Vanpreter apparently won at the Fire Hall where he piled up S7f more votes than Brazier. Brazier won at the Library and Community Building but not enough to overcome the large vote at the Fire Hall. meeting room, which is being mad* available to the club. Monty Saving Spioiiltt I » »•*>• UMtoM TU» l«o ••. flutto Wtll Tilt 44o 14. ft. PskMVtU WUB.fl. Tree Estimate — Dial 4*8811 WILSON PAINT CO. II N, WOOD MVW AV* Get PHJCLAN'g falato Hew! It W. Wood Rivet Ave.. Waad Rivet DIAL 4-tttS fveacrittiM «*nUe I HOUIS: ON- t i.». t« T i ». ^W«W m in m«i w •• .inivqp y • I MR * 19 iM>m Wai «<4i«a after eteia« heart

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