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Sertvrdcy, JiH r S, 1»3J [Scouts Bicycle 2,200 [Miles To Jamboree _ Prince Albert, Sa«k.-(/P)-Two S Boy Scouts pedaled up to City " Hall here last night completing a trip to attend the Saskachewan scout jamlioroe. Rover Scout John Stevens, Id, of Windsor, Ont., and f Eifle Scout Robert Fletcher, 14, of [Detroit, Mich., received the free- [dom of the city in recognition o f . · their feat. . j t_. The Scouts started out from Windsor two months ago. They a r - ! rived on schedule--the jamboree | ~" opens today. Parly In Power ExpededToWin Mexico Election Possibility Thot Incumbent Victory Will Bring Revolt Br LAWRENCE F. STUNT/, Mexico City-WP)-A civilian and a general lead the clash of voters tt th« polls in Mexico's presidential election Sunday. · - ' TUDO 1 . A I, J BSCk '" th " d a V « W l « ^C -- - ,,,, ,, ' ;' ancu Aco Records; Army dominated Mexican politics no, Calif., are viilllng Mr. and Rnllnrl^prc. Tn Annan r Mr«. M. C. Mountain. From here D a l | aaeerS 10 Appear the Andersons will visit fronds At U. A On J u l y 14 and relatives In Kansas. Colorado ' ind Utah before returning to their "America's Singingest Family home in Fresno. Mrs. Mountain'he Mechau Balladeeis, will be is a gre«t aunt of Mrs. Anderson. ncard at t n t University Arts Cen- On The Radio New York-l/Pi-Saturday night: 7:30, Start in K h a k i and Blue; T ' .8:30, Grand Ole Opry. CBS--6:30, Gun Smoke West- _·-:. ern; 7, Gene Autry Western; 7:30, Tarzan; 8, Gang Busters. ABC--7, Dancing party. MBS--7, T w e n t y Questions; 7:30, Theater of Air; 8:30, Guy Lombardo Music. i* UN mm--n KGRH 8ATUKDAY EVENING 6:00 Lombard.! on the Air «:!5 Suirlight Time 8:30 New« MSOzark Sports Review 7:00 Twenty Questions 7:30 BASEBALL St. Louis Cardinals Vn. Pittsburgh Pirates ".'.-,."10:00 News ' 10:15 Dance Orch. 10:30 Dance Orch. 10:55 News .11:00 Dance Orch. 11:30 Sign Off SUNDAY MOBN1NO 7:00 Freedom Story 7:30 Mutic for Sunday 1:00 Church of Chriit 1:30 Fayetteville Baptlit 8:45 Central Baptist Chureh (00 Nazarcne Churc)' · »:15 Central Christian Chureh ·:JO Voice of Proph«y 10:tO Sacred HMrt PragrMi 10:15 TIMES Morning Ntwi Edition 10:30 Tabernacle Choir the general would have been thc likely winner, but this time the odds favor the civilian, Adolfo Ruiz Conines, Government party candidate. His strongest opposition Is expected to come from retired Gen. Miguel Henriquez G u z m a n wealthy contractor. Th- Government party, now known as the Partido Revolucl- onario Instltuclonal, never hat lost a presidential election In its 32 yean. There Is little reason t expect a different outcome this time. There are s.me who, mindful of Mexico's turbulent political past, fear that a government victory will provoke the opposition to violence. Some of General Henrl- quez's more fervent supporters have threatened to win "by fair means or foul." Henriquez himself has warned the government that unless the elections are honestly conducted "the Indignation of the citizens may provoke situations which it is not easy to foresee." But he has also promised to give up his presidential ambitions "if thc people turn against me." Oppoelllon Not United Whatever hopes the opposition might have had of upsetting thc official candidate are compromised by its lack of unity. There are three Important anti-govern- Mrs, Arlee Mae Freestone o f ! Elmonte, Ciilif., has been visiting I thc past week with her brother I and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. I Otis Corlo.V. Mr. and Mrs. Don Howard and Mr. and Mrs. Danny Minor of Benton, III., left Tuesday after visiting here v/ith Mr. and Mrs. Otto Smith. They are en route by motorcycle to Carlsbad Caverns, and points in Old Mexico. Midwest City, Ckla., announce Ihe birth of a daughter, Darci Shayne. Mrs. Martin v/ill be remembered In Bentonville as Jcannctle Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones. " " , . ' d' hir f«,, ""MM rik Duna and * "' 8 P' 1 "/ M TM' could carry a tune. It was the untimely death of her husband, artist Frank Mechau, that made Mrs. Mechau decide to present the family in concerts of folk songs and ballads. At first she would allow performance only in communities near their Redstone Colo., home. But in 1951, Mrs. from the Unlvenity of Arkanua in June. Visitors at the home of Mr. an Mri. Leonard Couch last Wedn-s day were Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Hop kins of Texarkana, Texas, Mr. an Mrs. Harry Hopkins and childlrcn from Norwalk, Calif., and Mrs Fred Lcvl, and Mrs. Wendell Hal of Fayctteville. Mrs. G. L. Wllkms returned this week from Phoenix, Ariz., where ter. Mrs. Ruth Crelghton. Warrant Officer and Mrs. ,1. ... Hampton and children are here quests for ecede appearances outside the Rocky Mountain area Sen. J. W. Fulbright has re turned to Washington. D. C., after visiting here with his mother Mr*. Roberta 'Fulbright, and his lister ad brother-in-law Mr anc Mrs. Hal Douglas and family. The Senator came to Arkansas Wednesday for the dedication of Northwest Arkansas dams. Personals ] where he underwent major surgery at Barnes Hospital. Maple Street. visiting his mother, Mrs. Husc Dr. and Mrs. Blair Hart who Banks. He is on his way to Cali- formerly resided at 1036 Park Av- H r n l ,"L rCP ° rt '" Forl Mason ' cnui? " have Purchased and moved in the Fa^Ea ° vcrscas for d u t y , into their new home at 1647 West Seaman Bobby Dean Creek, U.S. Navy, Is spend'ng a 20-day leave with his father, Ed Creek, and his sister, Mrs. Bill Moberly and family. He Is stationed at the Tongue Point N a v a i Base at Astoria, Ore. Two administrative officers of the University will represent the [institution d u r i n g inspection days at R.O.T.C. summer camps during July. John E. Shoemaker, dean of men, will inspect the Eglin Air Force Base installations at Pensacola, Fla., on Ju|y 7, 8, and 9. Dr. George F. Branigan. dean of the College of Engineering, will «o to the R.O.T.C. camp at Fort Benning, Ga., July 17 and 18. Mrs. Robbye Woods Kinkade, instructor in elementary education at the University, has received a leave of absence for the coming Mrs. FJarl Fetter who has been visiting here with her daughter, Mrs. Leonard Greenhaw, will be accompanied to Joplin tomorrow Some Lighter Honenfs In Polke Business; Take The Case Of The Car Left As Security BY FLOYD CA«L, J«. ,as Unit 13. The unit, whose call I Policemen, who expect almost numbers are heard freqquently on anything to happen almost any lime are seldom surprised. But the police radio net, must certainly .....i. M I L . t j i - i u u l l l , 1 U I } J 1 1 3 C U . J J U l U . j , * *, m on occasion something happens to I 6 * one of the few No ' 13s on any surprise or amuse even the officers nvolved. police force in the country. One thing sure, there is no confusion Like a couple of days ago. A|when the .radio operator calls for! young man was jailed Jor /as! driving and a variety of lesser offenses. He spent the night in ail, laced the judge next morn- ng, was fined and sent back to this' particular car. On the funny side was the experience of a deputy sheriff and ail because he was unable to gel state trooper. Returning from Litven close to paying the fine. Rock to Fayetteviile, the of- "No», don't «ct Uk. a b.l, T . Th« dntiit wn'l burl 7011." . , Finally he proposed to the judge ficers learned via radio that a lat he leave his car as security ( mental patient had escaped and 'hile he went around putting the I was believed traveling on Hijrh- way 64. Sure enough, a few minutes later they spotted a strange looking man loping: alonj? ite on people to raise the fine. he judge agreed. As it turned ut, the young man didn't have . .. ______ . ______ is car at the jail and sent a i the side of the pavement talking to ellmate-- who had been releasedjhimself. few minutes earlier-- after it. I P u l l i n g up, the officers hailed 'hen the buddy showed up with j (he gentleman and invited him to he car, the cops released the continue his journey in the police peeder. Came the next day, but no police leaned "Say. Bud," said one of the car. He hopped in and hack. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Sayles and i 1 y . Mr anrt Mrs - G r *nnaw. She . . . . s an . grandson, Terry Blaida, of Chi- , leavt thTe cago. III., have been here for the homc in North last 10 days visiting Mr. and Mrs Horry L. Tale. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Allred of 3utler, Mo., announce the adop- lon of a baby daughter, whom they have named Bobbi Leslie. They arrived Friday to spend thc weekend here with Mrs. Allrcd's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vol Llndscy Jimmie Peterson left this week or California, where he has employment. Word was received this week rom Jack Cavncss, hospital corpsman, that he is en route from Treasure Island, Calif., to join thc hospital ship "Repose." Cavness spent three weeks here visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ,1. N. l Iin « *°r her ?'«««, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Robinette and daughter, Suzanne, of Topeka, Kan, arrived Thursday for a week's visit here with Mrs. Robinette's mother,. Mrs. J. w. Chandler, and her' sisters, Mrs. Irvin Fitzgerald and Mrs. O. H. Gamble. Agullar, withdrew after collapse ncr pj of an attempt to form a united 'Harris* 11.00 Flnt Baptlit Chureh SUNDAY AFTERNOON 11:00 News with Vsridevente.' 13:13 Piano Portraits 12:10 Show Tlpi ind Show Tuiiea 1:00 EASEBALL Brooklyn Dodgem Vi. Boston Bravei 1:30 Bandstand U.S.A. 3:00 Green Hornet 3:30 Under Arrest 3:55 Bobby Benson 4:00 The Shudow 4:30 True Detective Mysteriei S:00 Sunday Down South S:30 Hick Carter S.-55 Cecil Brown SUNDAY NIOHT · :00 Meet Your Congresi «:30 News «:45 Christian Science Program opposition ticket. The contenders a r c : Ruiz Cor- :ines, 82, an Army paymaster during the revolution but » civilian since, heir apparent to President Miguel Aleman. He has been in civil service for 20 years and has served as governor of Veracruz state and as minister of the interior. His campaign promises are to carry on the government's past program of more land for farmers, more industrialization and friendship to h « U. S General Henriquez, M, who has made a fortune in road building and contracting, leads the Federation of Peoples Parties, which he formed. His campaign has plugged the theme that the present regime is slipping its wheels in carrying out its program. He holds that grafters and misfits have crept into government service, I4sln« it as a means to get rich or live easily. Vincente Lombardo Tolcdano, 58, a labor lawyer, candidate of the Communist party, thc Popular Miss Patsy Andrews, senetar. Dr. and Mrs. G. H. Butler and son, Harrison, have returned from a tour of the Western states, which included Estes Park, Yel- owstone and Glacier National 'arks, and Lake Louise in Canada. oung man showed. The only ner- University faculty for the past two years. Announcements · Washington Lodge one Washington Lodge One will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in thc Masonic Hall for work in the Master's degree. All Master Masons are urged to attend this meeting. It is believed that wheat and barley were first introduced into Europe in their present form about the third millennium B. C. Rye will withstand cold weather They were accompanied on the better than wheat when it .,, Irlp by Mrs. Butler's mother, Mrs. i grown and produces more bodily G. R. Prestridge, of Bogalusa, La. " Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Gamble and only owned, the automobile, but i "V s morning. I got to t a l k i n g hadn't even given the youth per-! lviln ttle mule, and he told me mission to ririye it. " he was doing all the work anyway, So the laugh was on the law for f nd ,, 1 mi « nt fl s well leave. So I a few minutes, but you can guess lc "'" who ended up laughing last and loudest. Sure, the cops. The judge ssued a warrant for the young man's arrest, and he was promptly clapped into jail aprain. Not white, not wheat, not ryt but a flavor blend of all three-' Roman Meal Hreaa. Il-ll-M daughters have moved from their warmth when eaten. homc on Lafayette, into their the size of a fox. The earliest known type of fossil horse, the eohippus, was about Then there was the telephone call from a distressed wjinan who said her brother had given h e r , four-year-old child a quantity of; wine. She said the i.b:lri w..s .inconscious. It v.ouul be nice tu ·cport that the brother ended 'n ail, but so far as anyone knows ic didn't. Thero ij no :tcord t.i^i 1 . he woman signed a ci.mplajnt igrfinst him, whicli wo- 3d hive been necessary to have him arrested. Presumably the child recovered. And up at Springdale the cops themselves make news of a sort' iniss raisy Andrews, secretary i , ·".·-.n-.^, imu men in the Benlonville Chamber of newl - v Purchased home at 515 when they designated a police c a r l Come In and See Us Abou! Our Easy Payment Plan on Re-Modelinq Your Home, Building Naw Garage, Chicken House or Milk Barns, etc. Clifton lumber Co. 27. Weit Fork. Ark. Commerce office since April 8, haf resigned her position effective Wednesday of this week to enter Fayctteville Business College. She will enroll there on Julv 7. Lindell. former homc of the Orville Halls, who now occupy their new home at 675 Oliver Road, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Floyd and Five Benton County 'Selective K "'hrine Floyd, of Steubcnvllle, Service registrants left Tuesday olli °. are visiting Mrs. Floyd's ' ' sisters. Miss Georgia Norman and Mrs. Mary Lou Payne, at 802 ay morning for Little Rock, where they took prc-induction physical examinations at the induction station. They were Desomon Bob ^ w ^±f= £-?".»·': -""saqwfflsasi North Washington Avenue. Mrs. Helen Peele, vice president fer, Garflcld; George Francis Merrell, Rogers; Charles Donald Mesklmen, Rogers; and Joe Delbert Ingram, Rogers. Evelyn Singleton of Guymon, Okla., is spending her vacation with her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Singleton. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. McCumber of Vmila, Okla., have been guests :his week of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Lark loe. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Holland and children of Beuna Park, Calif., been guests this week uie o , party anrt several other small ones M r -« n ( 1 _ M «- ·'· M - · Wesleyan Service Guild. Fort Worth. Texas, will be a delegate from thc Central Texas Conference to the annual W. and C. S. school of missions July 8-15. She is secretary of the Christian social relations and local church activities of thc Wesleyan Service Guilds of the Fort Worth district and thc Central Texas Conference. 7:00 Hawaii Calls 7:30 Methodist Church 1:30 Favorite Storien 0:00 Top Ten ·:1S Top Ten ·:30 Top Ten I:4S University Hour 10:00 Newi It:lS Political Picture 11:30 Sign Off MOVDAT MOBNIKO S:M Rise N' Shine t:50 RFD 14SQ 6:00 Rite N' Shine 1:30 Market Report and WMtim «:3.1 Rise !·!' Shine ·:4S Stock Talk Time thought up for the occasion. Efraln Gonzaies Luna, 94-year- old constitutional lawyer from Guadalajara, candidate of the conservative National Action party. He has the backing of most of the Catholics, although the church itself has gone on record as keep- Ing hands off the campaign. Bentonville Mayor and Mrs. Alvin Seamster represented Benlonville at thc Chuckwagon feed at the Springdale Rodeo Tuesday night. Mrs. Grace Wallace of Dallas, Texas, Is here visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Vol Lindsey, and her niece, Mrs. Grace Fields. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lewis and iod anc . The Hollands arc former residents of Benlon County. Jesse L. Roles, airman USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Roles of Route 2, Springdale. arrived in San Diego. Calif., Thursday on the aifcraft carrier USS Valley Forge after seven months in the White Sands Proving Ground, Mrs. Martha Must of Ccnterton N - *?.--Allan W. Carl^son of Mr. is in a convalescent home in Bentonville because of a fractured hip. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brown and sons. Jerry and Burke of Houston, Texas, are spending this week here visiting Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Pearl Banks, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Northciitt and daughters. Margaret Ann, Mary and Martha, of Paragonid, are vis- rting Mrs. Northcutt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Horton. Weekly Classified Business and Professional Directory EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS CITY WATtt PUNT. PhaiM 7H UCHT AND POWH. Phgn, MOO. ·UTUAL INIUHAHCI- CITY HOSPITAL Phon* 1200 CAS. Pfwiw ?1M · ····am IUIIHIM e*u**n · FIRE. Phoiw 75 POLICE. Phon. 31 TRAIN KM CIVIL SERVICE JOBS SECRETARIAL -- STANDARD COURSES FAYETTEVILLE BUSINESS COLLEGE FATETTEVILLE. ARKANSAS PHONE N H. O. DAVIS. PRES. AUTO ttLAM* AUTO CLASS t MIRROR SHOP Automobili Clan Installed Clau Tabln -- Plate Glaaa -- Mirror. Mirror RttUnrlng. Clan Furniture Tops ALL WORK GUARANTEED 119 Wert Meadow. Phon* 2720 V, T:00 Korfee Kup Kaptn ) 7:JO Morning News 7:44 Koffce Kup Kapers «:00 Robert Hurleigh-^M 1:13 Morning Devotion 1:30 TIMES Morning Edition 8:4S Holsum Gospel Hymn« Symphony Director To Give Concert Series Julius Hegyi. director of tho Southwestern Svmphony Orches- family are visiting in Little Rock | Ira at Inspiration Point "Fine Arts this week with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Colony near Eureka Springs, _will Reinhardt. Sgt. J. O. Kiimpe, Jr., arrived Friday from San Antonio, Texas, lo spend a 10-day leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Kumpc, Mr. and Mrs. Lester »:00 Morning Melodlea ·:15 Paula Stone Show ·:JO Queen for » Day 10:00 Food for Thouiht 10:19 Random Rhythms IP*) republican Convention 11:00 Rhythm Ranch Handi 11:1* Convention Newi 11:15 News 11:JO Church of Chriat 11.'4S Muilcal Roundup I I M Market Report HONDA T AFTUMOON IIM Jordanaires 1I:1» Newi at noon It JO Oiuckwifon Jamborac 11*1 ma»r» of the PurpU Sag l!H IMpubliean Convention t'M Varieties I.-M Swlnt tM Tune Pickln' Time 1* T wH Tiw« i MM Fir of TS» »··«-· Sr., and Moody. Mrs. O. R. McKinney and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Henderson of Marlow, Okla., arrived Fjlriay to spend the weekend with Mr. a n d . M r s Frank Clift and family. Orville I and Mac Cljft will accompany | them homc to spend several weeks. Herbert H u f f has returned from Ironton, Mo., where he visited his son and his mother. Bob Pcarman of Fayetteviile spent Wednesday niRht in Bentonville visiting relatives and friends. Pfc. Connie Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Walker, has graduated from the 28th Division's Armored Non-Commlssioned Officers Academy at Dilllngen, Germany. Private Walker, an assistant driver In the 110th Tank Com- i pany, entered the Army In Jan- \ nary, IKS I. A 195i graduate of Bentonvllle High School, he was engaged in farming before enter- Ing the Army. Bill Murdock and Earl Powell are in Tort Dodd, Kan., thla week 00 a business trip. Mlaa Lorene Crouae of Kalama- :oo, Mich,, U spending 1 er vaca- lon here with her parents, Mr. and Mm. C. W. Crniue. Upon her return, ihe will be accompanied 1 y Barbara and l*m Crouae, who will ipend thrV summer vaca- lion In Kalamazno. Mr. and Mr.. Albert Andorwin nd daughters, Jolene, cjlennn *oae and Charlene K»r, of Trei. and Mrs. F. C. Carl of Fayetteville, is employed as a physicist at the White Sands Proving Ground, Las Cruces, N. M. Carl was graduated Gay Color For Contrast ·UT* FAYETTEVILLE AUTO SUPPLY II EAST MOUNTAIN FAYETTEVILLE. ARK. PHONE 774 Crankshaft Crindinf Motor Rebuild!!* Nfft Far AN Can and TradB SINES BODY SHOP Spccialitlng In Bodr and Fendar Work, Painting. SII«IT GUM. Upholit.ring. Seat CaTtn. 177 W. DickMn Phon* 196 CLIANUN A LAUNMIT CITIZENS IAUNDRY MY CLEANERS Quality -- Service 32« N. W«* Phone 2144 conduct a violin concert each Sunday afternoon at 4 p.m. durins July, Professor Henry Hobart. director of the Inspiration Point Tine Arts Colony, announced today. Hegyi made his New York Town Hall debut in 1945. He has been concert master and associate conductor of the San Antonio Symphony. He is the originator ol chamber music concerts "in the round." lie directed 400 such concerts in the New York City area. Hcgyi's Sunday program with the piano accompaniment of Charlotte Barrier will Include: Mozart's Adagio and Rondo; Beethoven's Sonata for Violin and Piano in F Major (Spring Sonata); Ravel's Sonatina for Piano Solo (featuring Miss Jlarrlcr); Turina's Sonata for Violin and Piano. These concerts will be given with the compliments of the Inspiration Point Fine Arts Colony. The public Is cordially Invitled lo attend. iue Marshall Home Furnishings Socialist Little Tinck-lSpeclall-Mk, Sue Marshall, Extension clothing spe- fill checked fabric. clullst ulnce 1(35, has been named] Pattern No. Mill Is a «ew-tit« PhMM 177 Complete Drug Slor* Strvic*. Fn* Delivery from 7:30 A. M. to 10:00 P. M. PALACE DRUG STORE Walgreen Agency 412 Dfck«m Si. FiMiieTille, Ark. LAND'S GROCERY WE DELIVER "Right on Me H/woy--tight on ttt Price" M* N. COLLEGE PHONE 1211 tWtLRT ' By Sue Burnett This graceful yoked dress Is created in a wide range of sizej to latter the slightly larger figure. And it is particularly effective with « soft eyelet topping a color- Extension home furnishings spe clallit. The appointment was announced today by C. A. Vlne«, auorlate director of the Agricultural Extenilon Service. She will have headquarters In Little Rock. tt Is believed that China had the oldest known nystem of public examinations used for selection o( officers for public service. A'ulralU I* the umallest of the six Inhabited conllnentr,. with perforated pattern in sizes 3d, 3«, 40. 42, 44, 46, 48, ,V, SJ. Siie M, 4Vk yardi of 39-Inch; H yard (or yoke. For thli pattern, tend Me tor EACH, in COINS, your name, ad. drew. «lte* dfilred, and the PATTERN NUMBEK lo Sue Buiwit, Northwem Arkanaai Time*, 11 JO Ave. American, New York M, N. Y. Bulk FASHION (or 'U at fllM with Meat to make ymir cloth* budfel tn further -- Uane-MVlruJ -- - - tket m Europe next In ilie. Also LOANS LICENSED PAWNBROKER ROCHIER'S JEWELRY SOUTH SIM SQUAM SAM'S LIQUOR STORE |f*» Mlt FAYETTEVILLE MILK CO. W Washington County Fimwn Mutual Fire Insurance Organized 1922 v 1952 will be 200th Anniversary of Mutual Insurance Phone 180 2 09 North Block StrMf Nt«n STAND · CARMEN'S NEWS STAND (Formerly Fowlw't Fru« and NIWI Stand) 'THE BIG LITTLE STOBE" » FAYETTEVILLE at 412 WEST DICKSON PHOUE 114 JOHNSON HUMBM6 AND HEATING CONTRACT OR REPAIR Cormr Spring and School. Phon* 1060 MKVICI tTATMNt* WALKER AUTO SERVICE COMPLETE SERVICE FOB ALL CARS u Wheel Alignment Wbeel Baluetaf FRAME AlfD AXLE STRAIGHTENING 113 S. COLLEGE, FATETTEVlUt, ARK. PHONE 772 PEERY SIGN AND ELECTRIC SIGNS -- NEON -- ELECTRICAL WIRING 1-DAY SERVICE ON NEON REPAIRS FREE ESTIMATES ON ELECTRICAL WORK 131 SOUTH SCHOOL PHONI 1601 TAXI 0-K TAXI CO. Ow Cekt «re BOW enlrped with 1-wey flee r«* ·*** NTTiM. Pee Teid The N«w ROYAL F«mily ran Mt Yw if M«w Mam. Ntw *·*·*. Naw toNMfc AUXANDM TYNWRITIR GO. MOHB IN ·

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