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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Itnpids Gazette: Sat., Sept. 21, DEATHS Showers and thunderstorms are likely the Great Lakes to northern New England and from New Mexico the Gulf Coast to the South and Middle Atlantic 'states. It will be fair from the Central and Northern Plains to the Pacific Coast. The Weather High temperatures lures ovcrnigril and (ion: Anchorage 5953 L.Angoles .8063 Atlanta ....8365 Miami ..8779 .02 Bismarck ..622? Min'apolis 6043 Chicago ___6152 N. Orleans 88 67 1.10 Denver.....6644.03 New York 8070 Duluth .....5533.01 Phoenix ...9675 .03 Honolulu ...8875 Seattle 8860 Houston ....8673 Washington 65 70 Extended Forecast Partly cloudy with a warming trend Monday and Tuesday, turning cooler Wednesday. Lows in 30s to 50s, highs, 60s and 70s. C. R. Weather High Friday h'7 Low overnight.............. 48 Noon Saturday 2 p.in...................... Gl Rainfall...................trace Total for Sept.............. 1.02 Normal for Sept........... 3.9' Normal through Sept......27.12 Total for 1973 ..............38.85 Barometer, steady ........30.18 Humidity al noon .........55% Wind direction and velocity al Gazette weather station at 2 p.m. at 15 m.p.h. i Sun rises a.m.; sun sets, p.m. Year Ago Today High, 75; low, 52; rainfall, 1.13. Traveler's Forecast Sundjiy Weather, Hi-Lo Bismarck .........Clear 67-42 Chicago ........PtCldy 5S-38 Cincinnati .......PtCldy (55-40 Cleveland ......PlCldy 57-38 Des Moincs .PlCldy Detroit .........PlCldy 58-36 Indianapolis Kansas Cily Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Pau Omaha St. Loni.s Sioux Falls ...PlCldy 62-40 .....Fair 66-48 ..PlCldy 57-41 .....Fair .PtCldy 117-45 ___Fair GG-42 .PtCldy 69-48 Mississippi Stages Mississippi Stages LaCrossc (12) 4.6 fall .1 Lansing (18) 7.6 NC Dam 9 (18) 12.1 fill] .2 McGregor (18) 6.1 rise .1 GuUGntaerg (la) 3.5 fall .0 Dubuque (17) 7.1 fall .5 Davenport (IS) 4.5 NC Kcokuk (16) 3.4 (all .2 Iowa Deaths Iowa City----Mrs. G. llallie Nevvbaur, 87. Monday al 11. SI. Patrick's in Iowa City. Rosary Sunday at al Donahue's, where friends can call alter 10. Waukon Joseph Pladscn, 07. Sunday al Old Easl Paint Creek Lulheran church. Martin Brothers'. Lost Nation Walter E. Mohr, 67. Monday at al Hie Prcsbylerian church. Bur- Williamsburff Millon L Schmidt, 64, McS'.viggin and Uhlmann's. North English----Gaylorc (Happy) Williams. Best's in Millcrsburg. Delhi O. Harris, 59. Monday al Congrega- tional United Church of Christ Clifton's, where friends may call after 2 Sunday. Monona Donald Gray, 46. Monday at 2 at St. Paul Lu- lheran church. Visilalion afler noon Sunday. Schultz'. Smejkal, 86. Monday at 2, Brosh chapel, Cedar Rapids, where friends may call Sunday. Surviving is a brother, Fred Hillmer, Cedar Rapids. G a r n a v i 1 In Mary F. Hughes, 88. Monday at Will's, Elkader, where friends nay call aflcr 10 Sunday. Burial: Clayton Ccnlcr cemc- .ery. Coe Student leils Police of Robbery Daniel B. Cohn, a Coe college student living at Armstrong lall, reported he was robbed of at p.m. Friday by a man who stopped him on the block of Sev- Ccdar fall .04 street in the cnth avenue SE. Cohn told police he was walk- ng when the driver of a purple car pulled along side of him, got out and wanted to talk. The driver told Cohn to lurnicoi over his money or be killed. On the other hand, if prices Police said no weapon was drop before bitterness sets in. displayed. A second man wailed "then we may someday look al C. K. (13) the car while Ihe robberyjback and value the lessons we DES M01NES (AP) Per- sonal incomes of lowans in 1973 rose 22 percent over 1972. ac- cording to U. S. Department of Commerce figures. lowans averaged more than 5100 a week. The 1973 figure of marked the first time since 1965 that Iowa yearly in- comes exceeded the national average, which was Farm income showed an in- crease of 100.9 percent, while non-farm income showed a 10.9 percent increase. Iowa's personal income im- provement in 1973 over 1972 was third best in the nation, exceed- ed only by North Dakota and South Dakota. Iowa was 14th among the 50 states in per capita personal in- come. Connecticut led with an average of for 1973. Simon Sees Turn Away from Oil NEW YORK (AP) -.Treasury Secretary Simon says it is not a question of whether oil prices "all, but when. "The oil-consuming countries cannot, and will not, continue ndefinilely to pay the current oil Simon fold industri- alists and U.N. diplomats in a speech Wednesday night. He said one reason a drop in oil prices is inevitable is that 'utilization of oil has become ess attractive" as prices rise. Already, demand has dropped, ie said. Elmer W. Zbanek Elmer W. Zbanek, 63, of M street SW. dial Thursday afler a long illness. He was born Dec. 1910, in Cedar Itapiiis and lias been a lifelong resident. He was a retired 20-year em- ploye of Dearborn Brass. Mr. Zbanek was a member of Ma- chinist local 831. Surviving is a sister, Clara Zbanck, Cedar Rapids. Services: Sunday 2 p.m. at Janeba-Kuba funeral home wes jy Ihe Rev. William B. Harnish. Durial: Czech National. Friends may call at the Janeba-Kuba funeral liome. Clifford A. Bort Clifford A. Borl, 90. a Cedar 'Rapids resident until his retire- ment 25 years ago from the Rock Island railroad as a con- ductor, died Thursday at Hol- land, Mich. He was a 50-year member of Ml. Hermon Masonic lodge, 50- vear member of Iowa Consis- ory, and a 50-year member of the El Kahir Shrine, i He is survived by a son, Adrian, of Holland, Mich. Services were held Saturday in Holland. John Z. Lindley John Z. Lindley, 49, W 1220 Eleventh street NW, a Cedar Rapids resident most of his life and an employe of Link-Belt Speeder Corp., died in a 'local lospital Saturday. He was born Oct. '15, 1924, at Winona, Mo., and was married to Julia Long Dec. 12, 1955, at Nashua, lie was a veteran of the Korean war where lie was awarded two silver stars and one' bronze star. Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Thomas J., at lome; :his mother, Coda Young, and his grandmother, both of West Plains, Mo.: two broth- ers, Melvin, Palo; Russell, of iVest Plains, and a sister, Melva Young. St. Louis, Mo. Services: Turner 'chapel west at p.m. Tuesday by the tev. Stephen Root cf St. James United Methodist church. Bur- al: Cellar Memorial. Friends may call at Turner west. City Briefs Cash Taken Janice M, Her- gcrl, 1539 K avenue NE, Friday reported cash taken from her residence. Host Ucutal Knils The Host. -Adv. Ciaiues Sat.-Sim., Monlrosc doors Heritage Meeting The Linn county Heritage Society board will meet at p.m. Monday Chamber Hears Report on New Membership Campaign af the Heritage room, Cedar bershlps already ha RuniHc iiTiin lihrnrv _ i ._ i _.. .1 _ _ Rapids main library. Rent better brand n a m e equipment Buresh Adv. Player Taken Tim Welland, 2409 Deborah drive SW, Friday reported a tape player valued at taken from his car while parked at a Rapids Chevrolet Preliminary report on the membership campaign mid firm report on (he Charily Horse show were presented Friday to the board of directors of the C e d a r Rapids-Marion Area Chamber of Commerce. Campaign Chairman Vyrl Jus- tice said that 35 added mem- berships and six new mem- ve been rc- i ported by board members. The "added membership" category, he explained, includes firms w h i c h already hold mem- berships in the Chamber hut Frances G. Gibson Frances G. Gibspn, 41. Vinlh street SE. died at an Iowa lily hospital Friday after a >rief illness. She was born Dec. 2. 1832, at Madison. N.C. Mrs. Jibson attended (he Baptist Surviving are four sons. Billy urton, Cedar Rapids: Charles Burton. N.C., Ronald Burton, Mew York City, N.Y.; Shottan ibson, Cedar Rapids, and a laughter, Dcscra Burton, Cedar ?apids. Services: 3 p.m. Tuesday at 'urner chapel east by Dr. Le- Roy White of Ml. Zion Baptist Burial: City cemetery. may call at Turner east rntil p.m. Tuesday. 'Die will not be opened after he service. Shampoo living room bedroom Diamond Car- pet 366-r.22G.-Adv, Rifle Taken Ramon Martin- ez, 720 Seventh avenue SE, Fri- day reported a rifle and a scope aken from his residence. The items were valued at Sweet Corn for eatin', cannin' and freezin'. Peck's Green Thumb, 393-5565. Adv. Car Damaged Corinne Hel- gerson, 1846 A avenue NE, Fri- day reported her car's vinyl top slashed with a knife while in the >arking lot at Legion Lanes, 401 'ourlh avenue SE. Damage was estimated at Evy's Lounge tonight Al Vrear Trio, next to Paramount Tires Damaged Pete E. 'osl, 5116 First avenue Friday reported two tires val- ,ied at were punctured with an ice pick while his car was parked in Ihe 200 block of Four- teenth avenue SE'. St. Jude's Parish Dance. Do's and Armar Ballroom, to- night Groceries Taken Carol Brislawn, 1012 Welcome lane. Marion, Friday reported grocer- ies valued at ?60 taken from her truck while parked at the Me- Too store, Center Point road and Forty-second street NE. Half Price Sale, Second ACT. Town and Country Shopping Center. Starts Tires Taken Michael P. Berns. 1522 J street SW, Friday reported two mag tires valued at taken from his car while parked at his residence. The car was jacked up and concrete Second District GOP Chairman Enters Race DUBUQUE (UPI) Iowa nouse District 20 Republicans today selected the Iowa Second District GOP chairman as their candidate for Ihe November election. The Republicans, from the west side of Dubuque, selected Tom Tauke as their chojce for ;he state legislative seat. In ad- dition to his district party duties, Tauke is also the Dubu- que county Republican Central committee chairman. faces one-term incumbent ep. Robert Carr, Dubuque. the Iwo tions. Robert Police Vote Favors Affiliation with Union Members of the Cedar Rapids rolice department have voted 83 >er cent in favor of joining a h a v e established additional f u n d s for "multiple mem- berships." Continue Efforts The board of directors will be continuing i'ls efforts in prep- aration for the actual one-day membership campaign which will be held Tuesday. Hal Armstrong, chairman of Ihe Charily Horse show, which is co-sponsored by the Chamber and the Jaycees, said that net proceeds were The funds will be distributed equally be- tween Ihe charity foundations of sponsoring organiza- B. Faxon, executive vice-president of the Chamber, explained lo the board that the proposed Amtrak route across Iowa would not require any state funds. Entire Costs "The application is for a 'three-year Amtrak experi- mental line' on which, if ap- proved, Amtrak would assume Ihe entire Faxon told Ihe board. Faxon and other Chamber and city officials last month at- :ended a department of trans- portation hearing in Washing- .on, D. C., with other represent- atives of the nine-state Western Assn. of Railroad Passengers. The proposal calls for the line :o run across fowa from Chica- go lo Ogden, Utah, on Chicago and Northwestern trackage. At Ogden, separate lines would run Yates Nominated After Withdrawal From One' Race John A. Yales, whose name was ordered removed from the ballot this week as a candidate for 27lh district stale represent- ative, Saturday said he had ac- cepted nomination for Republi- can candidate for the 28th dis- trict. Yatcs said, "Inasmuch as 1 am no longer a candidate for the 27th district, Ihe people of the 28th district, wishing to elect a representative who resides in their district, have nominated me as a candidate for slate rep- resentative." Yales said he was pleased to accept the nomination and lhat papars are being filed. Woman Hurt When Bicycle Hits Car Door A bicyclist and a passenger in a car suffered minor injuries Friday in separate traffic ac- cidents. Neither was hospital- ized. The bicyclist. Joan A. Mann, 22, of 1627 Second avenue SE. ,vas treated at Mercy hospital ror bruises to the chest, right eg and wrist suffered when the bike she was riding hit an open car door. The accidenl happened at ).m. on Second avenue about 100 feet west of Park court SE. Police said Earl B. Cham- berlain. 53. of 3118 Leonard ter- race NE, had just parked his car when Miss Mann ap- geles. The Chamber of Commerce is a member of WARP which has Donald Sawyer, president'ofjbeen working on the proposal TP Pnlirpm.nn's Prnfnnfivn'.-....._......... h e Policeman's Protective I for several months and which Assn., said the vole, which wasjnas had a feasibility study done counted Friday, was 124 yes, indicates the line would no and one undecided. Four of- be profitable, Faxon said. "If oil prices fall later i-alher ban sooner, serious damage jerhaps irreparable damage vill be done to our bright hopes hat a rational world communi- y can solve its problems in a Fl he said. ri To Ex-President "WASHINGTON (API Each 'icers did not vole due to ab- stensions or vacations, he said. The voting included members of the department up to and j including captains. A second vote will be conduct- ed next week to determine whether to join the Teamsters junion or Ihe AFL-C10, he said. Culver Cites USDA "Callous Disregard" WATERLOO Iowa Con- gressman John Culver Saturday reiterated his concern for farmers in 26 Iowa counties denied federal disaster aid by the U. S. Department.of Agri- to the Northwest and to Los An- proached on Ihe left side of the auto. No charges were filed. Martha Bradley, 12, of 3609 Pinewood drive NE. was (reared at St. Luke's hospital for a neck injury suffered at p.m. when the car in which she was riding and two other cars collid- ed. Police said all three cars were eastbound on First avertue W when the traffic light for oncom- ing traffic changed to red. A car driven by William G. Walts, 46, of 651 Thirty-second street SE. struck the rear of a car driven by Lucille M. Bradley, 17, of 1619 K avenue NE, forcing it into the third auto driven by Andi Jane Williams, 1319 K ave- nue NE. The victim was a passenger in the second car. No charges were filed. Gracfuafes Richard A. Cooley, 79 Twenty- ninth avenue SW. has been awarded a master of science degree from Bemidji state col- lege. Minn. Heart Attack Blamed In Trucker's Death TIFFIN (AP) Johnson county medical examiner, Dr. T. T. Bozek, says an Illinois truck driver died of a heart at- culture and again accused Friday as his truck UKRA of showing "callous into Ihe median strip on '1-80 about five miles west of Tif- fin in east-central Iowa. Bozck performed an autopsy regard for the Iowa farming community." Culver, here lo attend the Na- Fires p.m. Friday. Controlled burning outside the city limits at Indian Creek and Bowman road NE. a.m. Saturday. 1'ossiblc dgarct lo front seat of aulo at 301 Thirtieth street drive SE. took place, police said. 'have Simon said. Braniff Hit by Pilots' Strike WASHINGTON (AP) Pilots struck Braniff International Air- lines Saturday after negotiations for a new contract broke down. The airline, which operates 79 jet aircraft over a system throughout the U. S. mainland and to Hawaii, Mexico and South America, said it "could not accede to the super inflationary and unreasonable Close Boston School After Free-tor-All By United Press International (reported. A white youth was in- Ounfire, fistfights and-bottle-throwing and rock- battles forced closing of one school in Boston Thursday, sixth day of a court-ordered busing program jured when blacks slammed a door in his face. Another white was cut in the eye when a black hit him with a tire chain. The disorder was heightened to desegregate the city'sjwhen an announcement was schools. i made over the public address fice. A cutting torch was used in an unsuccessful attempt to gain week or so, plane travels cross-country with a batch of White House briefing papers on current U. S. policies for Richard Nixon. The deputy White House press j secretary. John Hushen. blocks put under the rear wheels, he said. Brad's Marine Service is open as usual for sales and service. -Adv. Calculator Taken Mike; IMnlcahy. manager of Cedar-: Rapids Millwork, 141 Thirty- fourth street drive SE, Friday reported a calculator valued at taken from Ihe business of- tional Dairy Csttle Congress. Jon Myron Zoost, 46, Island said he believes (he Iowa ASCS Lake, III., and said Ihe man committee should review the'died at the scene, applications of the 26 counliesj Zoost was a driver for West- thai suffered spring storm dam-icrn Transportation Co., Chica- jage and then rcsubmit thesejgo. Authorities said Ihe truck applications to Washington. j was not damaged. Five Sentenced LAR1SSA, Greece (AP) A military court Saturday sen- tenced five Jehovah's Witnesses lo 20 years each for refusing to lake up arms during the Cyprus mobilization. 20 YEARS AGO The ninth annual U.N. General Assembly convened for a showdown be- tween the U.S. and Russia on seating of Red China. entry to a safe. Spicy fragrant carnations dozen. Cash and carry. Four knowledged that one of the rea- sons for keeping the former President advised of develop- ments was to seek his advice. But Hushen said such a proce- dure was slandard policy for former Presidents Harry Tru- man. Dwiglit Eisenhower and Lyndon Johnson received such materials after they left office. SE. Adv. Fun and Games. Tuesday St. Pius X. Collins Rd. and Council All new game. Adv. Teamsters Teamsters local 238 Saturday announced there will be a special meeting Tucs- Officials-See Success in Shock Treatment for Child SOMERS, Conn. (AP) Con-j program and calls the federal to "normal channels." necticut corrections officials say! decision "gutless." Manson says they arc pleased with the alternative is to keep con- cess thus far of a controversial'; cllild locked UP ior longer periods since parole program that uses electric; boards are reluctant to grant shock treatment and psy- j early parole lo sex offenders. chological conditioning on menj Wolfe says that the officials for molesting! running Ihe program oflen are j skeptical about the sincerity of serving terms children. Roger Wolfe, administrator of those wishing to enter. But he Ihe program, says that in the! says motivation level of ast 18 months, 11 men who I have undergone the treatment (have been released from Ihe state prison here. None have been reari'csted for sexual of- fenses, he says. most inmates is high because 'it's not nice to be a child The inmale fantasizes normal sexual contact, and rewards himself with thoughls of some- thing he finds pleasant, such as his boss giving him a raise. Wolfe says most child mo- lesters are passive and afraid lo deal with adults "They don'l usually (eel very good about themselves when Ihe whole world says, 'Hey., man. thar.s the lowest you can go.' He says that means there is molester. If you're a junkie of transferring from one can find all sorts of peer sup- sexual deviance to another, port. If you're a bank robber, such as rape. In Chicago, meanwhile, loach- system, calling for Ihe voted overwhelmingly loimaster and saying there strike Monday if their union's j'rouble, wage demands aren't met by Asks Probe day at 9 a.m. at the Teamsters Alld Wolfe says it is building, J street SW, for "leviable Ihal one of those! [employes of Square D Co. who will be rearrested, he; Sunday. A bullet was fired through the demands of the pilots'union." j front door of one Boston high A union official said and a fist-swinging, hot- figures showed Braniff pilots.......' have averaged a year, some below the average for other U. S. airlines. 30 YEARS AGO Selective service officials said more than a third of all men between 18 and 38 were not physically qual- ified for the armed forces. tie-throwing free-for-all involv- Blacks went to Ihe auditorium and left the building when some OF fPC Confers WATERLOO U. .S. Senate employes of Square jare members of the local. one said their buses had ar- Dave Stanley (R-Mus- rived. The buses were not there ealmc) has a complelc in- and a crowd of 1500 whiles of allc8ed conflicls waiting outside shouted insults inlcrL'st ln Power iting and threw rocks. j Commission gas price decisions, n Finn 111 J l-i alltl llll CW TOCKS I (.ji'.i ing some 2.000 back and whi PI UHUW JIA.M. i i i I The crowd was nushrd hacki laws lo prevent nunils forced closmi? of another' UUHU wj.-, udLK 0[ He commented Saturday in "flcr walking in the pupils forced closing of another the first school closing since busing started Sept. 12. Five persons were injured in the fracas at Hyde Park highj' by police, Ihe buses pulled up and the blacks left for home. Rocks were thrown at the buses i they left, injuring two riders. !Dn.ir-v Congress parade. Police Break Up you're admired." coasensus n! a Aversion Therapy child molester is a guy who The program uses jusi out of bushes and'jumps hopes the program'w'iirbe" 70'to1 molivation lo the inmate 80 percent successful. i during the behavior modification program. II stalls with aversion Accepted Patterns. i'therapy, which uses the individ- Thc treatment involves chan-lnal's phobia and couples it with Station the behavior of Ihe con- an incompatible picture that vicls inlo socially accepted pat- makes lhat phobia repulsive to MOSCOW, Idaho (API-Three I (cms. Thcy unfjcrgo a three-him. St. Maries men were treatment aimed al mak- for a restful night at their j jng sex W0men campsite when indignant than children. on some poor unsuspecting he said. "But in reality, maybe 85 percent engage in seduction. If they demonstrated this behavior to an adult, il would be considered perfectly normal.' put an end to their plans. The campsite, complete with j Ihe program say inmates parlic-j area when he sees a slidc'inf a ttcdiir lUipitls During shock therapy, Ihe in-: m malp nf niirlp phi! ana oubllshed dolly and Sunday at 500 hlKK.S 01 mine Cllll-l TMrdave SE.Cedor Rooldl. IOWOSH06. drcn and. women. He receives second class oosiooe oaid oi ccdnr Roolds. Iowa. Civil libertarians critical of Jan electric shock lo Ihe groin Cedar Rapids Emergency Numbers Ambulance..........364-7654 F.B.I Firo .................398-5343 Highway Patrol.....364-51 71 Afler Hours ......363-5629 Police ...............398-5353 Sheriff 398-3521 Medical Society ....365-2527 (IF you na phyiition) Foundation II .......362-2174 (Crilil help, 1 p.m.-midnighl) Information, Referral 398-3955 (To leorri who con help) (Clip and carry in your billfold) South Boston high, in the past the scene of most of the trouble, j Subscription rotes by carrier 95 n week. Bv mall: Nlotil Edition nnd Sunday' 6 Issues S3.75 a month. 139.00 a year' Af- ternoon Editions and Sunday 7 Issues 13.85 a month, 140.00 o year. Olher states Power Commission! I'olicc said the three appar- parole. And the U. S. Bureau of i With the moldester's prefer-! key employes hold stock in com-icnlly climbed a flagpole lo Prisons has said it is for children eliminated so-1 Stanley said, "A General bags and beer, was on ipale because Ihcy believe iljchild. No shock is associated and faculty members voted 60-1 rvijcairo's uninn nublic school report says Ihal line roof of the police station, [will enhance their chances of with the pictures of women 10 to demand officUls close ,h; Kodcra" itwo weeks of the school emplo ............._........................... Al Jamaica Plain high, a bul- without a contract voted 15 478 Pilnles regulated by the FPC.jreach their perch. All throcjuing its behavior modificalionjpjni conditioning hecins bv Met ripped through the door but h i there were no injuries. to lo refuse to report lhnl lllc m: employes al- wore being held in jail day if an agreement has somc' "f llmso companicsjin lieu of bond. ...._, Stale Corrcclion Commis- been reached with the board 'll unregulated j Thcy were charged with sioner John Manson, however, by noon Sunday. having open beer containers in 1 says he is prepared to go lo opened Friday without incident, strike would affect some _ ipublic. 'court lo keep Ihe Connecticut Five buses with in (lie nation's second; AGO The enroll-j police providing armed escorl largcsl citv. monl in Rapids schools transferring Ihe inmate's sexual all I nlltlcrt ly 10 Ihe uie for renubl cal ntwi printed In Inll newt- well 01 all AP ntwt dllpalchei. police pro dropped off about 160 black rgcs1 In Charleston, W. Va., an im- prisoned leader of a crusade lo pupils. The number of blacks ;appeared lo be down some a series of controversial i 15 from Thursday. ilcxlboaks pledged to continue The trouble at Hyde Park dc-jlhe battle in court. However, .'wlopod around noon in the oafe-iabsenteeism Iriggfrcd by tbo I'Tia. Food and trays boycott once as high thrown and a number of fights as 25 percent dwindled to 9 bolwcrn blacks and whiles woro ipcrcrnt Thur.sdav. was WEDDING FLOWERS for Bcouty from PIERSON'SKS" Ymir FTD Morlsl 1800 I llhrl NW Howerphonp -VW-IBZli For 61 years flowers for all occasions Convonfonf downtown location 108 Hiiro1 Avenue S.t. .US 0511 John B. Turner Son R moral Dircclors Serving all faiths since 1888. Hinter's cond, 'Uirncr'sWos! 1-ir.si AVC.WCSI   

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