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Traverse City Record Eagle (Newspaper) - June 24, 1952, Traverse City, Michigan DAILY AVERAGE PAID CIRCULATION March 19SI TRAVERSE CITY NORTHERN MICHIGAN'S GREATEST DAILY YOU HAVI UNTIL JULY 7 UNITED PRESS FULL LEASED WIRE SERVICE PAGES TRAVERSE MICHIGAN JUNE 24, 1952 FIFTY-FIFTH PRICE FIVE CENTS City Rescinds Action on Migrant Parking OPS Office is Under Fire Will Be Pared to Meet Needs THE WEATHER hint with and thun night and ed iNo ingis Low night li luni TV or I i Ito i his n home th it HIP ot in nd will be to tut don i on llu of and Pils th n to tin c hi I ol mm UP IK in tin ind the list wetk nnd testimony wis m idt public tod n f ti Id U I li whose i OHM tils n let 0i.ind tailed Iho ot to i m i da hi Uio subi s s on tae Rapids ollu p I he inn i s ild It is that tho i ind his to lo a piu without leg ml o tht Ihe on cm i 1 loses was until Apill J when I UIP was lo Ini said nice told loid that UK stiff telling won d IIP tut i en In hi 10 to U lobs I IIP s noted tint of the d s hoie 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