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ParHy Cloudy JiAVSIIOHK WKATIIKI5—1'artly cloudy and wan.n through Wednesday with scattered thuiidershowers. Temperature range, 7(i-!)!i. OALVKSTOX TIDKS: ItiRli Low For Wednesday— 2:3."> H:30a.m. 10:30 a.m. V.OOp.m. YOUR HOME NEWSPAPER VOL. 36, NO. 245 TODAY'S NEWS TODAY Tuesday, July 3, 1956 BAYTOWN, TEXAS TELEPHONE: 8302. Five Cents Ptr Copy Tfl iU 73 BRIDGES Class Postponed •WEDNESDAY'S swimming eluss tor youngsters participating in the Barbers Hill summer program will not. be held due to the Fourth of July holiday. Instead the class will he-hold Thursday when Rod Purswell is to take- the sv.-immcrs to Roselnnd poo) in Baytown. Mother Dies MRS. .1OHN REED. 00. mother of Mr?. Sam Pryor Sr.. died at a Houston hospital nl 7 p.m. Mon- rTay. Funeral arrangements will be announced. Beddinq Burned A MATTRESS burned TuesJay in an early morning fire at the Commercial" hotel on North Main. The mattress, believed to have been i<*Mii.ed by a dropped cigarct, \vas thrown out of the building to the sidewalk whore firrmcn put out the blaze. Nothing else was damaged. Motor Stolen A BURGLAR took a S"iOf) ",0-hp Kvinruue outhnnrd motor out of a warehouse at the Reynolds -'M 1 - Vliancr; Co. at 2-112 West Main, police .said. Kntr:im:e was gained In-prying open a back door of the warehouse. School Meet Set A PUBLIC meeting to hear the pros and eons of flic contemplated construction of a Channclvicw .high school will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the clcim.-utary .gymnasium there. SHELL PURCHASE TO SET RECORD A the Iht 1 contra.?! (o furnish what is l>elieved to be the largest amount of hiijhway shell ever hniiuhl :\t one time — S'lS.OOO yards — will be. awarded by Tevas State Highway department shortly aftor hiil deadline on ,Iuly IS. II. \V. Syphreti, State Highway department resident eiiKiniHT at Anahiinc, made (he announcement Tuesday. He said he did not recall that ihe hiRli- way department had ever nsked for l>ids on more thuii 'JilO.OOo yards of shell «( OIK; iinie. "JVids are now bcini;•-accepted on ihis material," Syphrelt said, "mm will he opened on .Inly IK." The shell will l)e .stockpiled nl Waltisville in Chambers County and will be used for base on Highway 73 between Highway fil nnd the Trinity river, (Syphrott said. Railroads Suffer Steel Strike 000 idled; Hope Dim For rSy WKKCKAOE OF T\VA I'J.AXK \VIHOiI IV (;i;..\,\l) CA.VVO.V I1KKK IS A CLOSKI'I' of the wreckage of the TWA Super Constellation which crashed and burned 1,0(10 feet up a slope nhnve. the Colorado river in Ari/oiui's rugued (imiid caMyou. The picture was tsiUcu (hiring ,M',C-Kli('A cameraimiii. Dexter Alley, in a, rescue helicopter, (international Scuuidphirto) by school Evidence In Wreckage . . . Plane Collision 'Definite Soil Bertk Meet DETAILS OF the "soil bank 1 ' farm legislation will he explained at a m'etin- Tuesday night at Cvorby i,i"h school auditorium. The forum wii'l be con dieted by :•- representative of the oft'i.-e of the Harris county farm agents. East Harris Daniel Forces tevited To Baytown Reception All East Harris county supporters of U. S. Sen. Prico Daniel for governor have been invited to meet the senator nt. a public reception to be hold at 3:15 p.m. Kriday at Rebel inn. Son. Daniel \\-ill be a of honor at the reception arranged by Bayluwn frit'inls. I^ater he will be in Pasadena for a similar event. Hen. Daniel in a filmed speech on KPUC-TV Monday night d'V .'ondcd the right of Texas to "keep the government of Texas in the hands of the People of Texas. 1 ' He .said he favors segregation in the schools and believes that schools for Negroes : and whiles should be equal in every respect. (S-e nAMF,!.— I'ate Two) LATE BULLETIN GUAM) CANYON VILLAGK. Ari/,. (til') — CijJ-oner Sliel- by McCauley said today Hint e\-idence found at the scene of the world's worst commercial aviation disaster, where IWM planes crashed with loss of I'.'X lives, indicates iiic- JI!H«C« "definitely" collided in flight. By I'ATI, COJtCOUA.V I'nited I'ress Staff C.'orci;s|)oiidenl (".BAND CANYON VILLAGE, Ari;.. (UP)— Three helicopters left at dfiVrt tu.lay In-cnnctuct e.-.plo\-» ; '.ory operations into the possibii^,*' of reaching wreckage of a UAL plane which crashed with a TWA airliner Saturday into the Grand Canyon with a Io5s of 12,? lives. Resell,-- teams weri ciimliing gear and which would permit them" to spend •A week at tin; silo if necessary. The three helicoplers were prepared to move inin UK- area of the downed TWA plane to remove personnel stranded Motvl.-y when winds halted removal opera tiors alter seven bodies: were remoivd. The rescue party had spoiil the night on a rocky shelf of the niile- ileep gorge. The three 'copters also were equipped to bring out remains of more victims from the TWA craft, included in this morning's, flights were search anil rescue director Capt. Byrd Ryland, of March Air Force "Base. Calif., nnd technical crews from UAL's Driver office, ttyland landed at Die preparing n?rch above provisions pi .111 res\:ue Thf winds a (ions Alonil; I^S bodies In the UAL u-r.-'c!, attempt?. halted removal oper- v after srvcn of "ihe were removed and I a fescue parly to spend the on a rocky shelf of the mile- gori; 1 !! when: iwu airliiii rs crashed Snlurdav. Officials invostigatmsr Ihe cause of Ihe crash, apparently aiiei- tl»- Unitod Air Lines and/Trans World Airlines planes collided in the air. asl;ed tourists who htid taken piel tures near the area Saturday to look for, any photos? which--nifty have included the p\aiie.s minute's before they crashed' _ Investigators, prodVicd by nationwide demands tfjr improved nlr traffic control 'methods, (Sec CHASM—1'n K( . Two) Band Concert To July 4th Beauty Show Wed- Gan- ver- Wide-Open Spaces? — Jusf Meter* It «-iis observed in Itaytiiwn Tuivsday lhat auto ilrivers are lint so different from horses. On West .Sterling, from Commerce In I'ruelt wlicrp the city installed parking meters last week, not ono car was parked all day .Monday and tip to noon Tuesday, On West \Vright, the first nou-molered street north of Texa,s avenue, the cars were parked humpcr-to-biimper, "Von don't hear that old .saying any more, but somehow that empty street, reminds me of it— 'you can lead u horse to water, but you can't make, liitn drink." It looks like you can't, make folks use them parking meters, eith- • ;•." an old-iirver remarked. Arouiiu ROBERT \VAYNP: Non-iss offering his newly arrived brother. James Scott, his favorite, truck by way of welcome . . . and incidentally giving him a nickname which may stay with him for a long time . . . the best Robert Wayne could 1 do with such a big name as Scott was "Shot" so "Shot" he is lo the family. Mrs. Loy William:-) in that "shall T or shall I not Id it. grow" dilemma about her hair . . . .linimy Nelson believes in doing all things well, so he's becoming an educated card player . . . Arc Lintel man rolling out early, c«irly this morning. If any of you folks around the 400 block of East Sterling notice a middle ago cc'iiplc wearing n. pair of grins that would test Santa T'laus' himself, chances are it's .Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Anclnis. freshly returner] from a week-end vi.sit with their son and daughier-in- la\v In Kansas city. Welcome home, There'll be music aplenty nesday as the Robert K. Le der ban.I kicks off the jaj sion of the Miss Kayiown bathing lieauty contest that will get underway at "i p.m. nt P.OKcland park in celebration of the July 4 holiday. •I. C. Burkelt'.s musical noise makers will present a -in-minuto coiirurt Wednesday in the hand's tir.Tt Summer uppearancr. The entertainment is all free and the public is iiii-iied. A variety of selections will be presented and Krvin Hester, trumpeter, will bo featured as soloist in tin- Baytown-famed "Pull Razor Hlues." as well as the "Prairie .lump." nuring the presentation of the lf> beauties entered in the contest, the band will provide backs-round music. The fiftli Mis., Baytown will be chosen Wednesday bv a group of judges from Houston. Presentation of a trophy from the City of Daytown nnd $2. r > cash will be made to the winner by Miss .Inniee F.llis. Mi.-rj. Baytown of The bounty con'Aslant;? will be presented to the public Tupsdny night at a pro-holiday midnight :-'->ow nt the Brnn.-on. Prior to Liberals Surrender In Ballot Battle HOUSTON --UP— Harris county's "liberal" Democrats—battling In keep three racial questions off the July 2S primary election ballot—threw in the towel today. Tiie ballots, with the segrega- tion-intermarvinge - interposition referendum proposals on them, rolled off the presses nnd Dean Johnston, "liberal" leader, agreed to co-sign the checks to pay for them. the movie, the girls will be intru duccd on stage by Xniie Rodcn and Ricky Ware of KP.KL who '.vill serve as musters of ceremony. The bathing beauties, sponsored by Baytown merchants, arc Janis Emery, Anneeiie Alcssiek, Patsy Waldrop, Xaney Hcnslcr. Sandra I .Has, Sandra Slieley, Xorrna Jean .Shaw. Joni White. P r i s c i 11 a lilakcney. Jenny Hec Gray. Naida Bond, iSYII Hmh Tucker, Dcanna Opryshek. Trula Ann Taylor and Joyce Williams. Pictures of the three top winners will appear in Tluirsdny'-- SUM. The animal even! is sponsored by the Retail Merchants commit' i-V of the Chamber of Commerce. v". V. Wright is chairman of tiv, •JAMKS K. IMeKl.VXKV .Joins IMinlue Faculty Horace Mann Teacher Joins Purdue University Faculty • lames K. McKinncy. Spanish teacher at Horace Mann junior high for the. past two years. h:is accepted the position of assistant professor of Spanish at Purdue University in Lafayette. Jnd. He will begin in September. MeKinney. chairman of public school welfare for the Baytown Education association, is also a member of Baytown Junior Cham- 1'Cr of Commerce. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree at. East Texas Slate Teachers' college in Commerce and his Master of Arts degree in Spanish from Middlebury college in Vermont. He has none rr.dr-r- graduate work at Southern Methodist university and the National University of Mexico in Mexico City. A cum laudc graduate of I'VrSTC. he was valedictorian of his senior class in Ugh school. Before coming lo Hayiown he taught Spanish for six years at Western Military academy in Alton. III. He and his wife. Virginia, and I heir two children will .soon move to Houston and then fn Indiana, in -September. ;i;;l( it'pi-~TiH- pile- driver economic blows of Ihe three- ilav nationwide strike nl I'l.'iO.Duii Unit'-d .Steelworki-rs hil the Irtus- purl -iiiou mdu.siry today with I'm- lough:-: scheduled for IhousauiLs of "ur.iiciiiiilintanL" workers. Kailroads alone scheduled layoff,-: ior upwards of .'!(!.(JDO workers by Ihe weekend. Truck, lake and driver workers also faced hard times. Wilh the evidence of a prolonged shutdown piling up. the U.S. Mediation .Service abandoned its sideline position and scheduled •exploratory" talks wilh each side in the biller contract dispute. |',nr U did not intervene Mediation Director Joseph !•'. Finuegan .said he would confer separately ThurS'l-iy wilh David .1. McDonald. UHW president, and John A. Stephens, U.S. Steel Corp. vice president and chief industry Chances of bringing the sides together this week appeared slim. Both the union and industry seemed adamant in their positions in the deadlocked contract dispute which led lo the strike aU .1210.1. a.m. Sunday. The union calls the company- proposed five-year, no-strike eon- tract "inadequate." The companies '•all the union's demands "exorbitant." The strike, which has cut off Of) per cent of the nation's steel production, was already claiming its toll on these segments of the economy: Uailroads: Al least "0.000 railroad workers arc lo be laid oil' by the end of this week. The Pennsylvania, a big steel hauler, began laying off IS.flOll with the initial furloughs amounting to If. to 20 pel- cent of the force. The and Ohio '.'.'ill furlough ."i.OOO workers on I'Yiday al o|>>Talions from NVw York to SI. Louis. P.v tin 1 weekend, Klgiu. .'loliet * Kasloni expects to haw laid off 3.0(10 ill Chicago - Clary sled (enter. The nulutii. Movab'e .t O.KOn Itam-e Uailroad, Minnesnia Ore Load, ,hms to liirloiivh' .'1.000. The Krie gav(> layoff notice:: lo :!05 m'-n 'he Voiuv'stovm. Ohio, dishid •' the Lehigh r.:iiil it has furlougl 'Oil, mainly at Sayre and I'ael; ton. Pa. fJr.-at Lakes Shipping: Olliri predictryl Ihe lake iron ore IK. •vil! Ijo tied up at their docks two weeks. The piitshuryh steam- shin Pi vision of U.S. Sle.-l. with .IS ves.iels. said its er.'ire fl"et would lie out of service by-niid-.Iuly. The Columliia Transportation Co. will dock its 21 boats after present oar- 'TOOS are delivered. On Saturday, Manna Co. wil lbej;in laying off crew? of its 10 boats. [liver Transporlalidii: The Union R-irgc Line Corp. of Pittsburgh e:-:- n:>cl':d to fe<'l Ihe effects of Ihe steel strike when present commitments for its almost .fftfl bnrges are fulfilled in the next few days. U.S. government navigation Lo:k Nn. •( on the \ronongahela River traffic Ihrough the big locks h.T- dropped as much as 90 per cont. in CAI'T. .JOHN KADKK Capt. John Kader Resigns Command Of Company "E" l?y rilKSTOX 1'KNDKKOHASS Sun MamiKliiK' Killtor Capt. John Kader, commanding officer of Co. K, 34,'lrd Infantry Regiment of the .".iith Division, Texas National Guard, since Oct. 20, in.").'!, Tuesday night handed over his command to First LI. -Murvcl Fowler. Although In; made a strong pass Token Of Esteem .Members of Co. K Tuesday iiiK'lll. presented {'nl. Kader n lihiVU desk set us a token nl their esteem tor Ibe matt who IUIN built, the unit's slreiiKtli trout '.','\ tdTir.-r*; and iiii'n In M.'t enlisted men and live oitieers. I.I. .Murvel r'mvler, who Mie- cecds (apt. Kader, presented the eoiiij>any's uift. al retiring from aclivr service in I he National I'Juard, the "bra--:." d<-iiicd his appiieafinn and lull! him mst'-ad Ili.-ii be v.i.uld lie ^iven a nev.' assignment probably a.s a staff officer in the MUrd's Regiment:)) hea.dr|uiir1.LTH in Houston. Capt. Kader had asked for relief from command of Co. K am' in from active duty in (See. KAIJRU—l~'njr ( > the Xationa Two) Steei Strike Hits Crosby Shortage To Delay School Building Chamber To Study CB Bridge Costs Engineering to determine the cost of a bridge across Cedar Bayou is now muferway and is the latest development in the project promoted by the Baytwon Chamber of Commerce Highway com- niittoc. This progress was announced by Thco VVilburn, a member of the committee, at a Monday noon meeting of the chfimhcr board of directors. The committee recently mel with Judge Rob Ca.iey. County Commissioner V. V. Ramsey, Chambers County Judge Floyd Williams And Mayor R. K. Pniett to disetiw; the bridge project. Another report was given Monday by the athletic committee which investigated issuing <\n invitation to college teams to attend 1 the annual Lee. relays. Roy Elms, committee chairman, said that alll Southwest, conference teams have been invite.! to the relays and so far. Ti-^fl Tech and Texas Christian univ^r- sii.y have accepted. The meeting wa? at The Tower and Presirleni, Gordon Famed presided. The ii;i]<ac' of (he nation's Uiro<>- i!:;y .•;!;! ste.M strike reached Crosbv Monday nicht when Ihe school board w.'is told the labor dispute wonM delay by about two months the completion of tin; new Charles !>rc'.y high school for Negroes ai Barrel! -Setllnmenl. Matt K. Howard .Jr.. the architect, .said the .shortage of steel would prolnhly cause contriicior." !o bid hi- her'-.-i for the .school conslrtiction sifiC! 1 !hey would have ID pay premium l.;'"e for steel. And a shortage of u. ttonal would stall the job, increasing the overall of labor on the project, he pointed out. Uegfirdless, the Crosby school board approver) Howard's preliminary plans for the structure and moved toward awarding a ron- tr.ic! on or about Aug. Ifi. The St.Vn'iDO high school is needed to provide 10 additional^rooms and a !!^v , r'fi-teria for Ihe already ovcrcrowried r>rew school. Until the sice] strike, n completion date o 1 ' i'cb. I was anticipated. Monday night's meeting of the Crosby trustees was one of the iiiuxe.s* on record. Workinjr its v.-.-i%' Ihrough a. lengthy agenda, the board remained in session from 7:.':o p.m. until after midnight. Major action included negotiating for the sale of 5300.000 in school bonds, approving a long list of .-Maintenance projects for the school plants, setting the 19.V5-57 school calendar, and sevc-a! decisions on hiring personnel. In discussing the sU-cl shortage. Howard said that, the strike would lengthen delays that already range from three to six months. "It's been critical for some time. Not only has there been a shortage at the mills, but even the steel fabricators are behind in their work." he explained. He said a .school construction job at Conroe ha« been shut down since May 10. and that LaMarque and Texas City arc waiting for steel before they can complete .sehool buildings there. July Fourth /s Holiday For Most Haylown will shut up shop for MIR Kourlh of .July. The, post office, all hankinx' i"~ slitiitious, public offices and prar.licaJly iilf business places will IK-. rinsed for the holiday. Kefinery workers also will !»• off for thn day. but only office worke.r.s at United Rublicr and ("hemicsii will tnlco Ihe, holiday, Ted, manager, said. M'ist fHiOple, arc planning n "stay-at-honif," Fourth, picknirk- inir or boatiiiK- nenrby or having family jratherings, since the holiday falls in the middle of the week. Optimists Install Officers Saturday Harold Brand, vice president of Optimist. International, v/il! be the piincipal Kpe.fiker Sittuivfay when the Kaytown Opiimirf. I'lcb installs its new slate of officers. Brand is imrnexliate nor of District 25 of Optimist International, He )ia-"i been president of the KouKton Downtown Optimist club, president of tne Dal!aa Ootimist club and chairman of one International convention. fturing his tenure of office as governor, District 2fi, of which Baytown is a member, made large strides in achieving the tenets of Optimism in iU "Friend of the Boy" work. 'Stick-Bit 1 You can flifht fire wilh fire, lull .snakes don't play thai, way, so Albert Alduiiu has learned. Aleinau. 11, .Missouri pacific Kjiilnwd employe, saw u copperhead on tlio iikili-inul (rack where he was working Monday. Me picked up what: he tlinufl'l wns u slick In .strike the .«, The "slick',' si ruck him. It was tin- cnpperlientl's mate, and it wiis ill ni> iiiuutl for » family Airman was Ireatcd »i (Join- nuinily lluspitiil in Jiu-inlii City for siuikebilc. news in brief l'..\ i;.\ITK|) I'Kl'ISS I'. K.HI.IN—-<;DII u mi nisls report IM| In have nlreiuly eveeuled lenders in roljsh "fund and free- dutu" uprisiiif;. \VASHINCJTON Seen lacy of AK- rieullure P.ens-on jades up support price of l!!f>7 wheat crop to W. u bushel. fSKTTV.SlH:n.t;. H,I. _|Vfsl<lrnl. lOiscnhower clisiiri desk in pro- piirntinu for c|iiiet, Kourlh nr.liily nl farm home, MA.VILA, P. 1. Viet; President Nixon announce.s U. H. will transfer to 1'hllippien nil title oliii'iiH to I!. S. military buses in the jxluatf.'- State Reports Progress On Construction Paving of thp one and nnc- (;uarter miles of road between Trinity, Old and Lost river bridges Uniting Highway 73 is expected to got unv!cr\v:iy in the next three weeks and to be completed sometime the latter part of August. D. U". Syphrett. State Highway department, resident engineer in Atwhunc. he understood the contractor expects to coraplete the paving job by Labor Day. Syphrctt. .said a clearing and grubbing contract will be awarded "sometime in .Inly" on Highway "!> from Hiuhwuy 01, nvo antl three-tenths miles eastward. liids are now being taken on this contract, he said, nnd the deadline is July IK. Paving between Trinity, Old and Lost river bridges, and from the west end of Trinity river bridge tu CYivc road will nc disrupt traffic, Syphreti. said. Vim pcnvi.sioit, he explained, is included in the contracts. Kxti-nslve grading and drainage structure work is also underway for paving and const ruction of an (.verpasji at the intersection of l-'iglnvny 7;,'. and the C'ovc road on the west side of Trinity river. The same type work Is also In proRiess nt the Intersection of .Higlnvjii'^-Iu--, .and Highway MO, another ovc.rpass will be when built. C.ulf T'.ithulithli; Cn. of Houslnn Is the for pnving between Ihe Trinity, Old and Lo-' rlvor bridges. Aus-tin Roiul nnd l-'ridge On. has Ihe eonfracl. for pavim; from Ihe west end of Trinity river bridge t n I)KV Harris (,'ounly liii". Two levi'l-lrii.ffic interi'haiiRes ivill In- built, at tbi- intersi'dion of Highway Tit and Cove road nnd nt the intersecl ion a! l-fTjrhway 7.'! and Highway Ml!. A two-level Irnlfii; iut.orc.'haliRp will also be built at Ihe interHec- t.nn of Highway 7,'l and VVallis- villi- road, nnd a. more olabornti- int.i.'rcha.nue is planned just, north of Winnie in KHB!. Charnbsrs county where Highway no and 73 converse. . ,. Silipcrvifiion .iif" paving l( ;i.>. construction,- including- thijj over- puss at the intersection of HiRh- vvay 7.'1 nnd Highway Mfi. Is hciriR flone by A. B. IMlddleton, resident. State Highway engineer a I. Liberty. He is also supervising construction of drainage .structures and paving of Highway 7:1 from (..'ov.,. road to Highway J-lfi. «>U::.SS NOHOnV WAS I.OOKI.VO— roUccwoman Fnuiccs Niek- maiiii ta.ices lulviintaicr of u. moincut; all the brass vtcre Inoliini; ••Isnwhcro to relieve an achlnif fnot by slipping: it out of the shoe. The C'lilciiifo policewomen were, lined up for nn official inspection of now uniforms. (International! Greenville, Hempsfeod Men Buy Ferguson Auto Agency L. C. Ferguson, mobile dealer ed Tues'lav Baytwn auto- si nee l!t"il. ar.miuni.-- tliat he had sold his Cadillac am) Pnr.ii.-ic dealerships to J. P. Mc.Vfil! of GreenviHe and George P^. Wanner of }fernr,:;t:•::']. Wagner will tje the general rnan ager of the new firm anrf will move here immediately. MoN'att will spend a part of the time in Baytown but will continue to live in Greenville, where he has large agriculture, real estate and business interes!.?. "We arc li;r,>py \ri h:uv a chance !<.> enter into til'' field in Baylown," Mc.Valt .'.aid. "U'e have wnte.he<l this area grow during the past several years and look forward to serving the people of East Harris County." Both Mo.Xa't and Wngner are brotiiors-in-lftv/ f>f Tom Condor, Baytown Oldsmobilii dealer. Ferguson is not leaving Baytown, no- retiring from the avi'o- mohilc business. He will operate ft used car business nt h;' Autn Ranch on Highway Mfi at the former site of the Cedars Orive-in the-iter. fl.iy Kerguson will m:«.:n.;e t!ie new business. A.!s (1 the Fergusons will o]>eral<' an automobile finanen eitmpany with F'^. C, 'Renty in chnrg^ • Ferguson said also "that Il:i! \\ eath'.'riy, \',-;io ;j:i.s h*.''-M witJi him ti' of l:n- tirrir h,7 !;;u; b"0!S in Baytown. will join the Auto Ranch t;rm in a sale.s capacity. .Iiihu .Signs, former Korstuson body man a!)'! before that in Mont Beivieu, will operate the PvUnch Body Shop, which Sigas will own individually as well as mnnage. The now managers of Baytown Motors annouriccni that liobart Young, parts rnan king- associaterl with McNalt in Greenville, had corne to Baytown. MoXa't said that other additions !o !he .'taff will be named immediately. "We arc long on giving the best of service in our orgsnization." McXa", :i voiorsin automobile wan with 2s years of experience, said. "Wo think we know the type of service Bnytnwn Tnotorists want, and we intend to give it to them,"

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