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Metals Plant To Bear · Name Of Patterson Richmond, Vn. -IIP}. The- "py Reynolds Melals Company plant * near Arkadelphin, Ark., will | )0 named in honor nf thp lair S(. ( ._ rrtary of War Robert p. p a |. terson. Reynolds yesterday m - nnunced the name for the plant under c o n s t r u c t i o n at G';m ' Springs, Ark. On The Radio New York -IIP)- Saturday nigh, NBC--7, June Ace Records-' ' f -7:30, Ralph Edwards; 8. Judy i"' Canova; 8:30, Grand OIp Oprv : ·','' CBS--6:30, Gun Smoke \\t- ",,,, ern; 7, Gene Autry Western: 7-30 i J1 NOtTHWKT ARKANSAS TIMH, P.ytttt*Mo, ^ SB*TM-!- i ----^^BT^^^^CJQl--. I ' --- -- TM * - . ^ -- -- -- . - . . . « . nnnm-wr-** rillIBB, I · f V I I V f ITIV, Wholly Modern School System To Be Foperation" Work Conferences For School Here Next Fall, Four-Way Program Will Be Followed ^aden To Be Held At u. A. im. Br FLOYD CAHL. JH. ^. _ Knur one-v-e?fe work rotifer- knnn-n for hit mtl New Gym For High School By FLOYD CAHL. JH. When the F-ayrttoville schools , TMpen next f,-,]| students will r -n- ·' ?«« ° mnsl modern school I sjstems in the Southwest. With lomple.inn nf ih... new high schonj I and the subsequent reshuffling ol elates, a new rnnecpt of educa unn win hesm In make itself fel! This rnnecpt schools have , that publi: fnltl rd.sp.rn ve F , - "M r, f , lrs| . 'nry are rcspnnsihU lhr '_ fni ' mal education of chil "' , Soonnrl - 'hey arc rcspnn- ly i n!! lhe "'"raliona , "J 1 ! n the economic develop ... D o w n Go Panel; 7, Twenty Questions- 7-30 TVumfAi- nt A :,, ' Theater of Air. SATCRlv.r . 6:00 Lombardo on the Air 6:15 Starlight Time 6:30 News 6:45 Ozark Sports Review 7:00 20 Questions ^7:30 MGM Theatre of the Air The practical application of tlii fnur-way program can hn sppn ii. I construction of the new high school I a nd the simultaneous flevclnr. mont nf -Harmon Field. In fact Harmon Field can no looser bo separated /mm the schools. When .-ill u-ovk is completed the new high school--ancl its com p-mion grade school. Bales--will he intei-grated with Harmon Field so that the schools and play area ·ue ,1 smcli? unit servicing'adults ^ well as children. The master plan calls for situation nf tl, c u vn schools in the Harmon Field area so lh;it education, spurts and recreational facilities will he immediately available. Today the 211 acr.«i oil which the t-.vo schools stand and 'he 36,-icie Harmon Field area are separated only bv a city street. The tchnol adniinistraiYon . . r . Itself is located inside! ' it j t h e playfjcrld area, lust across 'street from the high school. the 8:00 MGM Theatre of the Air B:30 Lombarrioland U.S.A. -TM · --- . M o d e r n Building nSn £t!! Cag0 ThMt " "f the Air i The new hiRh school itself is a:30 Chicago Theatre of the A i r ' P " 0 " f 'he most modern schools--- : i f not the most modern--in the I Southwest today. Scientifically designed lo streamline education | the building has everything from 10:00 News 10:15 Dance Oreh. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News the new ,-t u W 'IT h ~ ~--' " """ """ '"*' : ' L "" t " K. vnlf| ;'sium rise nt the went enrl of ever, school o f f - ' a l , Say l^^'TM"^^^ "^ ncx"f^" The Sni'^'.""^ i w,U support the roof of the gymnasium. Bids on bonds ,,, pay tor the new work were revived todav ; -- - - - - - - - ..-.- ._ _ _ (Carl TIMK.SFOTO1 thing's been done before. I user! lo have a feature called 'People To Meet.' S'ow 51:00-Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign OH SUNDAY MOIMNQ ,7:00 Music for Sunday 7:30 Music for Sunday j shti I 1 . I froi 8:00 Church of Chrift 8:30 Fayetteville Baptist Assn 8:45 Central Baptist Church 900 Nazarene Churc 1 8:15 Central Christian Church ·9:30 Voice of Prophecy 10:*0 Sicred Hetrt Profrira J0:15 TIMES Morning Newt Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir 10:45 Harding Hymns classrooms at the best have- been i depressing. At worst they fre- ! qucntly resembled a poorly main-1 a r e ca Liven Up Atmosphere In Filmi-«T»n7 hl ; Where They Perform ^ "' ^ "" BY BOB THOMAS | about the first lime he has per,, ,, , ,, _ , Hnllywond-M'l-Tlierc's a battle: sonnlly tangled with the aulomo- tamcd jail. ' j of wits going on at 20th-Fox F t u - t i v e .IRC. HP'S a non-driver, anrl In the new high school the class-1 "i* 08 . so i dropped out to get had to take lessons on the studio rooms have been designed to en- I caught in the crossfire. The witsiProp, a 1912 mortal. ins Is on it I'm no' i-liiiniin; a^iylhing. In this husi- ness, an nldlimer is snmpnne who was alive yesterday." * I ing authority Ailrerltafi In the TIMES--It mjt. finance. Iir. Four one-\-eck work ronfer- ; enres for school leader.! will r I held at lhe Uni ersily Ihu fiim- i mpr. Dr Henry Krnnenbpr(. dean of the College of Kd'icstion and director nf the surrmer session. , has annoi. iced. 1 The confprencns hm-* hepn planned at the recr-eM of a niini- bei of Arkansas school adminis- | Irators who attended disr'issinn I croups sponsored thp oa.-t year hi the Ar!an«ns ('"operal' 1 e program in Education;.! Arl:ninislratlnn. They Fre denned lo fit neerl.v i expressed by administrators, nnd to provide professional s'.imrla- lion and grnu-th. particularly to school leaders who ha-.p ro.nplft- , e'l formal eiurse wor', HOU-PVM-. j Sradilate credit will be gi'-pn for I thrpp of lhe pnnlcrenrM. Enroll- j mpnt will be limited. j The si-hool program if auxiliary service -- health services, than-.- portntion. the school lunch rnnm. nnd inter-^rhon] athletics "-ill HP studied d'.jring a conferem-p scheduled for July 7-11. Dr. C. R Blackburn, si-perintpiident o f schools at North Little Rock, will br conference leader. The slrengthpnin? of thp instructional leadership role of thp school adminisi-ritor vjll be PMI- pllasb.ed in a conferenre July M- l«. Dr. Frank L. Williams, a-.; sist inf superintendent f slruction of the Dallas Public i Schools, will he conference lead: er. ; A non-r-i-pdlt confprpiicp, "1m- ! proving Educational Lpadprship '·· . through firnnp Action." will be i held July ai-rv ivith Dr. Roy M. i llnll. ussoclate director of the ; Southwestern ("noprrativp Program in Eilumlional Admini«tr«- li"n, Austin, Texan, a* lender. Priority for enrollment will he given to roprpjentstlvps nf the stale's Schoolmaster* Clnhj. Dr. Paul P.. Mult, professor of educational administration o f j Teachers .'ollege, Columbln University, will be leader of a conference on "Thp Improvemeni of , Loral School Administration" Au- j oust lfl-'22. negarded «s the. lead- in the country on Mort also in well known for hl.« significant contributions toward the general improvement of ed'.ieational udmmis- IrHiiin. He initiated The Metropolitan =-hnol Council, which has become the forerunner o' nearly 30 other shirty councils Ihrniij-hoi l the country. Some members of fie linn »r- ity graduate s t a f f i n rducation -inri also orofessic.nal s t n f f me'ii- bers of the Ark«n«as Stale D»- Ml-tmpnl .,f FducRtion will a3 S j s . in all nf the m-ferrnrev West Fork Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Horton ind daughter. Mary Jo. reiurned Tuesday night from Norfork V, where for the na «t 10 davs they have been visiiinr with thpir son and daujhter-in-law and grund- son. Mr». JP»-P| Karnes and Mr. Robert Crouch of Fayetleville »··- -ue«u of Mrs. Ryno Smith Mrs Steve Emerson, who unripr- iTcenlly. Is Improv- the club will mest this summer. Mm H»nry McKnight Is spend: mg a few days in Tulsa. Ok!a., I with h-r ski«r. Mri. Bill O'nfry. I Mr and Mr", .foe Cantrell and family tir* in Haikell. Okh., where ih-y will he jfuests in the horn- of Mr' {"an'rrll's brotl-er- in-Uw *rA ?i'ter, Mr. and Mrs. ·1. D. Hampton. Harmon S'ewart formerly of Veil Fork, l.ft the City HOIDI!»! Wedne.-da'-- He u-as « patient for ten day-; He returned to his home in Fay*Meville. BM«|| V'O^-l- - - r h-«« ~\ n -..4 »-, the Washington County Red Cross ; RosM for , penw,. term "Vninng IO.T.T. Miri Norms Jejn Fazendin* of TiilM. Ok'a . is the »uest of Mr. and Mrs. T. I.. McKnijrht. Me- monsl Day gue-:'? of the Mc- Knijjhtj were Mrs. Marie Gentr.- and ion, Bill, nf Tulja. Bible School opened it the Bapti-t. ChT'rrh Frid«v with r'.t- Istration PeRinnini; Monday the school will open daily »t fl Jo i. m : and c!o?e at 11:30 » m . The Rev. . Raymond Reed will ien-e » 5 : superintendent u-ith the followmj ; teachers: Mrs Artlj McAdoo. nursery: Mrs. w. M. Horton and Mrs. Boyd Deatnn, beginners: Mrs. Paul Curtis and Mrs. Norene Re-d, primary; Mrs. Ro» Miller and Mr. Dewey Waterfleld, juniors: Ray Reed, intermediate!. ine at her home. Mis. Sienna Williams will Prt.v r«r l.lncntlon riem, ,'hi, TM" "''"'* m .'" :ir ·"'" i R"celon», Sn.ln-^i -Thnu,.nd» nenis th, summer durm« the , of Roman Cathnlie piljrims pr.y- ed In Pone Piiu XII Squire today for the liberation nf their fe.llowi absence of Mrs. Hill. The Wesl Fork flardr-n Club ; will mm! Tuesday .-.flernoon .it 2 o'clock at the home economics room. Kach member is lo bring n flower arrangmenl to dlmlnv »,,d rtlsciisK. This will be the last time in failh bi-hind the Iron Curtain. A number of different p»irt of colored lights, if seen touether, will produce white Ihjht. LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY 100% PROFIT D« you krww rf any In which yw mi|hl $900.00 and rwp man than IOOS pr»fif .n yeur Writ (urnavvr «f mtrthandiMT L*l in ih«w you h*w ta htm ·par* flmi and m»n«v Inf* , .r«flt*bk |nc*m«. Writ* for full (Moll. l. C. 0. WICOINS INTIRKIIH, |0« f« Mnln II., CartKof* MitMurl. 11:00 First Baptist Church" SUNDAY AFTERNOON 12:00 News with Vandevente.- 12:15 Piano Portraits 12:30 Show Tips and Show Tunei ; our time. Both ; are appearing as I confidence men I in "Thc Ransom | of Red Chief," an i episode . in O 1 Henry's "Ragdact 1:00 BASEBALL Boston Braves Vs. Cincinnati Hods 3:00 Under Arrest 3:30 Private Files Bell I:S5 Bobby Benson of Matthew 4:00 Thc Shadow '4:30 True Detective Mysteries 5:00 Sunday Do»'n South 5:30 Nick Carter 5:55 Cecil Brown SUNDAY MOHT 8:00 Meet Your Congress ,6:30 News J:45 Christian Science Program 7:00 The Great Day Show J7:30 Methodist Church _8:30 Favorite Stories 9:00 Top Ten ' ' 9:15 Top Ten 9:30 Top Ten 9:45 University Hour ·10:00 News 10:15 Political Picture 10:30 Sign Off sure maximum lighting. Forced, are x , TM nuKII air ventilation guards as.iinst stuf- ' and Oscar I e puK ^Sa, a ^vr;r^-.' rif r dividual* controlled in each room. · ""I, «'' ^ ' JJ In appearance the rooms--and the |llntcii lfonts " f rest of the building are modern, resembling the classrooms of the University's Fine Arts Center. The library, heart of the school, and administrative offices, arc located on the ground floor between te'i^K; °?M r; rr ^ a r * o n d , s l o c ^ d o n t h e , op floor of ! T ^,,^id- Although from thc slrei-t the i "'' hp as *"" A ns building has only two floors at i lno byplay that the hack anrl sid"s thc ground i occurs on the set. [slopes awny to let the hasr-innnt become :h( first floor and ftivc ^ total of three floors. Built in a "U" shnpn. the liuildi!-,^ ii;,s iliv j shops -and cafeteria located in ; one wing. The gymnasium, itself a part of the main building, joins on the west end of thc structure. Next fall the new building will house the sophomore, .junior and senior high school cla^ce^ Frosh .,,". . v " "" l - l r t . . t . . . r H.MI- , ,,.,,,. nl , iJMUL'ilH-U C-i men will join seventh and eighth j ol i, or p n iTM)p nicturp grade students in the present high M'rrierl " school building, which will become ' M:lnin(l the junior high. This will reduce i .the load on the city's Grade schools : somewhat, since' only six classes ! will be taught in gradp school in ; place of the present eight. Clear livont ! I vc never owned a driver's li- j cense," he admitted. "I'm the only ; driver in California who uses a Screen Actors Guild card /or a license. "I drove once before--in a Jack Benny picture. The producer sent me out In the San Fernando Valley to lc?r n hnv.- to i'?? ;: rir. 1 : had a sr?ne v.-h-re I h.-d ;· I'-rivp! right up to the lights end ram-, eras. T- ,,-n^rc-r J.T.- :H r s-.,.,l ,-inrl r'-ridr-.-i lo h i.-p '.he ca,' pl:"-.-ri ' into tile scene by ropes. I "I've never had a license he-j ;i n"\'cr par': in I i^l-ice you live m I've your car 1:1 .1 from ··niir h-m'c Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMIEKS cause y ··] 1 found Levant and Allen wear- 1 JlT", 1 Y ° f k ' ing their usual sour expressions. h · · Then they started spouting. Or at '.,.·,,.,.,.,''"p ' least Allen did. Oscar was quiet, 'j'. ',.'· *'". ( which is unusual for Oscar. i ,,., "';'''" "'"' '' "ie"Hcr-. ., Th . . , . . A ". V . even t^,e Good Humor man They just f ii w yesteiUiy s | was paying .VI cents proleclinn rushes." Oscar added. "They'll OTnn . r :,, v ,,, ,,,,, m \ a ,' , ", ," lake thr. Oscnrs back " i ,, M :, el n lir , r . in Pn ,', r b]()rk ' Tries Qiu'r Show CITY HOSPITAL Phon* 1200 GAS. Phon* 21*0 IUIINHI COUHI* · CITY WATH PLANT. Ph.fl* TJ1 UOHT AND POWM. Ph.n* JJOO. PIM. 71 TRAIN POD CIVIL SMVIC1 JOM SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COUMEi FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE our..* ., f AYETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHONE 13 R o. DAVIS. PRES. \ CLAIl' I com:iien'erl th.-il this was A l - len's second trip to the coast this He appeared earlier in ar.- T\Vre \ot AUTO GLASS t MIRROR SHOP Automobile GloDi Inildllsd Gbs5 Tables -- Plat, Gl«., -- Mirren .l--ror Resilvering. Glut Furniturt Topi ALT. WOHK GUARANTEED 119 Waif Meadow. Phon* 27JO MONDAY MOKNINO 5:30 Rife N' Shine 5:50 RFD 1450 8:00 Rise N" Khine «:30 Market Report and Weather 6:3S Rise i." Shine 6:45 Stock Talk Time 7:00 Koifec K u p Koperi ':30 OUico New« _7:5 Knffee Kup Kapers Colonels Dodd, Colson Are Moved To Japan l Tol:yn-(/Pi-Gen. Mark Clark's i hcadmiarters tonight announ-/d ! reassignment of Cols. Francis T. | Docid and Charles r. Colson. both j demoted after the kidnapping of j Dodri by Red prisoners on Koie I Island, from Korea to new duties in Japan. Coison shifts from chief lot s t a f f of the First Corps to the Japan Logistical Command. Dodd moves from dtilies at I'.ichth Army headquarters Allen and I.PVHH ) M( | (,, t |..,,. Ihei-- gng2i"s and dus't-:-.- rnd r e - ' hearse I'.- scene. Action WNS stop-! p-d »-:-en tbe director, Hn'.varrl i ill v ' - - ; . decided th? brook in t h e : ' li.-'pii-i-^nrt wosii': l i . c l y en.iii7h..| While Levant Mond with a -.i-on eri j I rvpres. :on, AllTM re,iorted Ii :·-..: A Fnd Allen 'Trn just an episode actni," said A l l e n "When they need cvp someone to on his new TV c'i*"er a door, the.,- We've ir ; -l n n-w '.,rmal. .-, for me. They r e quiz show," he c.\vlaried "It afraid (o put me ,j vc3 ,,,, ,, r -,. 1Pro 1n t a ] k ,,, m a full-length p | c , and I rlon't ha-.- t:-- pressure Picluie. Xo. I O f a variety show. IT Ho i, nn dont think I'M. film, so the be-l parts rsn be he back again, picked out of it. i'- ·: lmn ^ I'm afraid ] just Groueho Mnrx dors n., TV and got in on the tail. Bing Crosby has done in rartio end of n trenrl. i "Actually, it's tbo same thing, usprl tn do on radio. Every-', AUTO --rrri iri ------^_^_^ FAYETTCVILLE AUTO SUPPLY H EAST MOUNTAIN PA VEVTEVILLl. ARK. FHONE Crankth«ft Orlndlnf Motor RtbulMlng Parti For All Can and Tracti . "I've been fend-! f nff oblivion for l = now. When I ap- SINES BODY SHOP SpeeUliiing in Body ind R«ndtr Work, Piinting. 8lf.t r Gl«n. Unhalilirlnf. Sell Coriri. 227 W. Dickian ph.n. IH CLIANIM · LAUHDKT U. S. l f i ; h Corns ·lapan's n o r t h e r n m o s t several years pear on television, the audience rushes to the movies. When I'm; ,,,, | '" lhe movies, they rush home t o - ll. S.; '''levision. r keep the audience in! to the ; constant motion." Hokkaido, s'and. 8:00 Robert Hurleigh--M 8:15 Morning Devotion 8:30 TIMES Morning Edition f8:45 Holsum Gospel Hymns 9:00 Morninc Melodies 9:2S News--M 9:30 Take a Number 10:00 Food for Thought 10:15 Linda's First Ixive 10:30 Queen for a Day Cross New Commander Of Chaffce Division Washinnton - l/P) - Mai. Gen. -- j Thnmas .1. Cross is thp new rom- | nvinder of the Fifth Armored Dij vision at Camp Chaffee. Ark. Mine.- 1 appointment was an| -loun-ed last ni K ht by th" Army. I I'e rerentl I Knst. Ilrivps A C»r I learned that Allen was driving ' | a "r^njhe pirlure, and it's just 1 EVERYTHING M PIUMIINO and SUPPLWI FAYETTEVILLE IRON and METAL CO. OOVtKNMtNT AVI. CITIZENS LAUNDRY Quality 326 N. Wtst DRY CLEANERS Service Phon. 2146 o»uo *--- reiurnnd from trie 11:00 Hhythm Ranch Hands 11:15 Bauckace Commentary 11:25 Cnrl Smith 11:30 Church of Christ 11:45 Musical Roundup 11^55 Market Report . " " MONDAY AFTERNOON 2:00 H.vrnns of All Churches 1^:18 News at Noon 12:30 Chiickwasnn Jnmhoree ^I2:4» BldersjifthePurpIo Saco 1:00 BASKRAlTi Brooklyn Dodieri Vt. Chicago Ctihs j Trunk I,oren7n Dies j Piln\-Milawney. Pa. - I,T] - Dr Fr.-mk A. l.oreivo, 72. president - a n d mixolnuict of the nationallv- j famous Piipxsutawney Ground- j hoc Club for the past 30 I died toda.v. years, | Rnhby Adams, infieider for the |Cinemila'i Heds, hll into only 5 j x i'lniihie plays , n ij s £llm e s diirine i ' .1:00 Swing Session _3j30 Tune. Pirkin' Time *:M Tun* Tlek'n Tlmt ' ^JIO Tune Plek'n Timt ·Von Bobby Ronoon J'M Wilrl Bill Hlckock «:55 CK» Brown CHICK SPECIAL 8c tach HEAVY MIXED ARKANSAS Iroilcr Hatchery r. a. in in *r TtMllMM ll» r«Tttte»lll», ArkMi* A T T E N D SUMMER S C H O O L T«rm Openi Monday, June 2 THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN ACCOUNTING, GREGG SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING AND MANY RELATED BUSINESS .SUBJECTS THE USE OF MODERN OFFICE MACHINES !S VFRY IMPORTANT THE FOLLOWING ARE USED IN OUR SCHOOL- · Bunk Potting MiichinM. Burroughs Calculator. Monroe Cfllculjlon. Fridin Calculator. Remington-Rand Calculator IPrlnllng). Rcmlnglon Adding Machini. Burroughi El«lrlc Adding Machini. Allin ElKirlc Adding Mtchlni. Chick Writing Mlchini. Numbirlng Michlni. A. B. Diclt Electric Mlmeo. qraph Machinp. Prinl-0-Mallc Cird Mimeograph. Mulllgraph Machine. Addrniograph Michinei. Diclaphone. A u t o m e l l c Timer. Croilay B«dlo (or Imporlanl broadcmti, both n a t i o n a l and ilat« (uiod In Com- mercia) Law claim). Shorthand Diclalion Machlna 41 Typawrllan. ConileUr your Incroaitd Mrn!ng pawtr and Immadinta ·mploymont upon (h* complcllen of ono of tha counai which wt aro offtrlna. Tin coil Ii ,uch that th. InvnHmint would rolurn aeod dividends In tha y*an ahtad. ^?J| EAI !. V " E " ANS: Vou will b. .hi, 10 . nr(1 ,| lmm ,. ^Lpi'Vn %r-o rVcV^'h. B , 1 " lr i%-t; u v. 1 r r '. l nt' Fajfetteville Business College "The School You'll Like" 309 W. Dick.« n Phont Complolo Drug Jtoro Sorvico. Froo Dolivory from 7:30 A. M. lo 10:00 P M PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 77 » Dickion 81. Fir«lliTlll«. Ark. CHOCIRY LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "Right on f/ie H/woy--t/gfcf on fn« friet" ^n w f*r\r i »*.·* 100 N. COLLEGE PHONE I I I ! Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH $101 SQUARE LIQUOHl- SAM'S LIQUOR STORE M. MILK 1 FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. PASTEUIIZED - HOMOOeWZlD 110 Nortfc Wool PltMM IM WnhiflftM CMMty Ftmtn Mutdil Fire IniirMce Organized 1922 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phon* HO 209 North lloek Str«*t "»» CTAHB ~" lli ^~----^SS^SI^^^SSSZSSSSS CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Tnmtrlr r«»l«'« fruH tmt Ntwi ItaMI THE BIO LITTLE STORE" i» rAYETTTVILLZ tl H WEST DICKSON "^ ^010; H4 JOHNSON nUNMN6 AND NEAHN6 CONTIACT OR RIPAIR C«rmr Sprlnf and $ch**l. Ph*rt» 10M , T--rrn tiior " ' *^^TTT HARRY'S RADIATOR SHOP · -- "WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR ALL CARS ·Bw WhMl Alltnmnl Whwl Bilincl»f FRAME AMD AXLE STRAIGHTEHIHO 113 t. COUtOI, PAYETTtVllLt. AIR. PHOKE nt PEERY SIGN AND ELECTRIC SIGNS - NEON - ELKCTRICAL WIRING 1-DAY SERVICE ON NEON REPAIRS TREE ESTIMATES ON ELECTRICAL WORK MI SOOTH ICMOOC PHONI IM1 T««I onvwc 0K TAXI CO. Ojr Cikt art no* ···lopoo' wttk l-wtj Ra«|« I* «|T* rm WMw HCTW*. Ftt Trnw*iTUt- T)M Nair ROYAL Pcmily c«n M» YM If is ty^infl t* ». * AUXANOIR TYflWRITIR CO. mom su

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