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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - November 24, 1952, Mason City, Iowa                                16 rJov M 1952 MM City GlvteCaielte JfaiM Britain Not Expected to Okay Push By ROBERT EUNSON TOKYO British sources here believe Presidentelect Eisen hower will find Britain reluctant to go along if he decides to heat up the Korean War Some U S military leaders in the Far East are hoping Eisen hower will decide after his trip out here to recommend that the United Nations build up their forces and drive the Chinese back to Manchuria The sentiment among wellin formed British circles in Tokyo is that Britain would oppose a major offensive at this time Stopped Here arc some of the reasons why they believe Britain would op pose any such move now 1 They say Communist aggros sion in Korea has been stopped At tacking now would mean lengthen ing supply lines new line farther north or on the Yalu would be no better than the present front 2 An offensive large enough to bring a military settlement would require transferring troops to Ko rea from other trouble spots of the world weakening the Wests posi tion elsewhere Out of Monty 3 They say Russia is charging Red China huge amounts for arms and supplies If opposing forces continue the present largescale artillery bombardments China will be the first to run out of money 4 They sny China one day will get tired of fighting Russias war for her and withdraw from Korea All this docs not square wit the thinking of some U S military leaders here who want action if they cannot get an armistice Their argument is that the war is tying down too many men ami using up too many supplies ant that a push now is in order to force the Chinese to accept nn armistice or get out of Korea Largely U S Affair While Prime Minister Winston Churchill recently expressed sim ilar views British sources here still feel Britain would not favor a new offensive of the kind necessary to force n decision Of course those circles realize that if the U S Joint Chiefs of Stnff want to pull an end run or try a smash through center it would be largely a U S affair any British Commonwealth Dl vision in Korea which made some heroic stands early in the war has not been engaged in any sizable action for several months The Reds just havent cared to attack positions which the British hold Britain Loir 505 The War Office in London said earlier this mouth that the war in Korea so far had cost Britain 505 dead missing another 195 rus tics In any case informed British sources say there will bo no dis TURKEY FOR PRESIDENTPrcsident Truman squints as he fingers the wattlwofa aoa UM tlrkcy from Oregon presented to him for his last Thanksgiving dinner in the White House Lorcn Johnson Corvallis Ore was among representatives of the Poultry and Egg National Board and the National Turkey Federation making the presentation in the White House rose garden H elping the omemaker By Cecily Brownstonc DINNER MENU Tomato Juice Roast Stuffed Shoulder ot Lamb Browned Potatoes Green Peas Salad Bread and Butter Peach and Cherry Cobbler Beverage PEACH and CHRRRY COBBLER Ingredients cups drained cling jicach slices cup syrup from peaches cup drained canned sour cherries V4 cup syrup from cherries Ms cup sugar 1 tablespoon cornslarch teaspoon salt l cup sifted flour YJ teaspoon baking powder cup shortening Vk cup evaporated milk Method Heat fruits and syrups Mix together sugar cornslarch and Vi teaspoon salt add to heated fruits and syrups and stirring bring to boil Pour into shallow 3 inch baking dish Sift together flour remaining W teaspoon salt and baking powder Blend in short ening with pastry blender or fingers Add milk and mix well Turn onto floured board or pastry cloth and roll to fit top of dish Cut slits in dough Fit dough over fruit Bake in hot 400F oven 25 to 30 minutes Serve warm plain or with cream Makes C to 8 servings Couples Granted Licenses to Wed NEW HAMPTON li censes have been issued to Dale prisoners nnd 1771 wounded This Stilton 20 Mount Auburn and is but a fraclion of U S casualDonna Mac Jans 18 Dysart El mer Wennerstrom G6 and Ethel Vinccr G3 both of Rockford 111 Robert Eugene McFarlin 24 and cussums in Tokyo between Britain Beverly Ann Barr 19 both of Dos and the U S on the pros and cons Moincs Robert Dohrkopf 17 and of seeking a military decision in Marlys Siegfried 1G both of Sum Korea Such discussions will lake nor Donald Alvin Simmons 32 place either in London or Washand Virginia Constance Glander ington 31 both of Mason City Dclbert Frank Ohncmus legal Indianola Some aulhorilies believe hat nnd Adcllna McCormick legal Captain Kidd was not a pirate but Lucas Robert Harris 34 and a victim of political intrigue FANCY UPSETMotorists arc getting more skillful these standing autoa up on end The Ohio state highway patrol reported this feat due to inatten tion to driving occurred near Piqua 0 when a house wife Mrs Eliza Oliver lost control of her car on a curve and skidded off the road She was cut and bruised Afternoon Auction AT ST ANSGAR SALE BARN ST ANSGAR IOWA Tues Afternoon Nov 251 pm Our first afternoon sale 200 head steer and heifer ZOO yearling steers couple loads Montana feeder other odd of Montana cattle some HolsUin heifers butcher cattle etc Alt consignments appreciated We have cattle for private sale at all times ST ANSGAR SALE BARN Byron Calhoun Owner Phone U3 St Anigar IMPORTANT NOTICE are looking for reliable parties men or women who want to operate a chaia of new coin merchandising machines WE WILL SECURE LOCATIONS FOR YOU and set you up in business This can be handled in your spare you are not employed on Saturday It can be handled in 3 or 4 hours work and be built up to a business that should pay and up per year when fully established Physical condition or education is of no great Importance NO SELLING OR waiting for 1 or 6 months to build up the business It pays you a profit the first day THIS IS NOT A GETRICHQUICK business but should give you a STEADY PROFITABLE income for the rest oi your life A CASH INVESTMENT of U all that is required which is secured by equipment If you can qualify and have the necessary capital and a sincere desire for financial security then write at once for a personal interview giving age past experience and phone number to Box W21 Mason City Emanuel Read 27 and Julia A Mills 20 bothof Cedar Rapids Richard Allen Hallcstad 20 Os ccola Wis and Joan Marilyn Thompson 18 St Croix Falls Wis Joyce Lodin 20 George Griv na 37 both of Minneapolis Gary Vincholtle 20 Calendar and Mari lyn L Anderson legal Fort Dodge Herbert E Polzin 18 and Ruin I Ridge 18 both of White water Wis John Clark 34 and1 Maxine Hendrix 22 both of Pclla Robert Klug 22 and Arliss M An derson 18 both of Zumbrota Minn Richard Vought 19 and Joyce Taylor 16both of Rock Is land 111 Cecil Brewer 49 and Mrs Cccile Rollinson 42 both of Vinton Dale Duane Jacobus 23 and Jeannctte Faye Baumicster 20 both of DCS Moincs Lorris Lee Mack IS Ionia and Gloria Coen 18 Charles City Du nne E Bradish 18 and Beverly Jean Scrvoss 17 Fort Dodge Francis Floyd Frederick 21 and Ruby Pauline Parnell 19 both of DCS Moines Harry E Brulport legal and Bcntice Hyde legal both of Perry Robert Trout 17 and Mary Ann Kohlmeycr 15 both of Hawkey e Ernest Arthur Woolsey 42 and Lula Eileen Hocpner 37 bolh of Lucas Jesse B Berry 46 and Flossie Fayc McQueen 47 both of St Joseph Mo Lester Kics 24 Acklcy and Doretta Bran dos 18 Wellsburg Larry Banes 18 and Shirley Evcrs 17 both of North English Frank E Bickal legal Cleveland O and Grace Lee Nordmark legal Minneapolis Lloyd R Kle ver 24 Williamsburg and Rae Jean Chchak 25 Marengo Ray mond F Rocthler 21 and Anna Mac Collins 19 both of New Hampton Arthur W Lowell 21 St Paul Minn and Grobc 18 Minneapolis Mildred Rosalyn Simons Becomes Bride Miss Rosalyn Si mons daughter of Mr and Mrs Guy Simons and Pvt Murrcl Sy mens son of Mr and Mrs Edward Symens were married at the Methodist Church by the Rev Ralph A Baker assisted by the the Zion Reformed Church near Chapin The bride was fiiven in marriage by her father and was attended by Miss Marilyn Dovey Gary Ind IDLENESS DROPS Unemployment in October dips to lowest since 45 Mdmur Data UA o Ih Moirla Kat Has Perfect Cribbage Hand Gets Skunked NEW HAMPTON Don Heroid New Hampton petroleum salesman feelsthat fate dealt him a dirty deal He was playing cribbage with Jim Jones Oscar Gagcr and Bob Sigling at the American Legion Club here He was dealt three 5s and a jack then another 5 was turned up giving him that once in a lifetime thrill a perfect hand But the other players went oul first so he was skunked and did not have a chance to count it Friends Help Farmer Husk and Shell Corn group of 51 men gathered at the home of Mrs Clar ence Jackson husked 85 acres of corn and also shelled the crop Six teen women helped Mrs Jackson with the meal For the work it re quired 11 pickers 15 tractors 2 shelters 6 trucks and 30 trailers and John Orr was ringbearer John Symens served his brother as best man and ushers were Newman Si mons Arvin Simons Glenn Freie of Chapin and Maynard Kocnen of Latimer A reception was held in the church parlors After a wedding trip Pvt Symens will report at Camp Stoneman Calif for duty with the U S Army in Korea Mrs jvHipn A uaKer assisted by the m nuicn mis Rev Johann Schmidt pastor of smcus wil1 remain with her par Virt T9 OTllS ents TRUST YGH AY Gray and George Trusty were married at the Bap Seek HitRun Driver After Wild Chase Police and highway patrolmen were fanning out their search Sat urday for the driver of a ear that knocked down a Mason City man Friday night and then outsped pa trol cars in wild 85 mile an hour chases down city streets and dark ened country roads After evading a police road block at Taylor Bridge on Highway 18 and escaping on Highway 65 north of the city the car reportedly crashed into a railroad boxcar at Kensett before disappearing Police were questioning the owner of the car a Xensctt man Saturday afternoon Police would not say however if the owner was driving the machine during its reckless dash around the city Hit and Run Police reported that at pm Friday the car a 1950 Mercury convertible made a right turn from East State onto North Federal An officer who was on duty directing traffic said the machine struck Henry Wagner 509 Washington S W who was in the middle of the crosswalk The car sped off after hitting Wagner The impact did not injure Wag ner However a rear view mirror attached to the side of the vehicle was torn off About a half hour later a patrol car spotted the Mercury driving north on North Federal at high speed and gave chase The squad car was unable to overtake the Mercury because of heavy traffic but stuck close behind At the north city limits speedometers on the two machines were registering 80 miles an hour At the beet sugar plant the sus pect turned west on a gravel road A patrolman fired a shot from his pistol into the air but the car failed to stop When the two cars were racing at about 80 miles an hour on the gravel the suspect re portedly threw on his brakes and attempted to force the officers ofl the road Suspect Gone By the time the patrolmen righted their car the suspect was gone They said he apparently turned offinto a farmyard aboul four miles west of Highway 65 No trace of the Mercury was found until a m Saturday about three hours later Another patrol car cruising on 9th S E spotted the Mercury traveling at 2 high rate of speed south on Ken tucky The officers lost the car in traffic but as they were turning their patrol car around they saw the suspect going east on the lane road that connects Kentucky with the river road By this time two other squad cars had joined in the chase One was parked across Highway 18 just easl of Taylor Bridge to serve as a roac block in case the suspect reversec his direction Road Block With two of the police cars in hot pursuit the Mercury Hashed onto Highway 18 near the cast city limits The suspect reportedly was speeding 75 miles an hour when he came upon the road block He swung his car to the right how ever jumped the curb and nar rowly missed the parked squad car He then sped westward into downtown Mason City The three patrol cars followed the suspect north on North Fedora but none was able to overtake him The Iowa Highway Patrol took up the chase at Manly but also was unable to stop him The sus pcct reportedly ran into the boxcar at Kensett but drove off appar ently not suffering much damage Floyd Lions Club Receives Charter Lions Club banquel was held at the Grace Methodisl Church of Floyd and a charter pre scnted to Paul E Lockie president of the newly formed club This wa presented by District Governor Frank Shimanek A bell and gave were also presented by Harolc Henry Officers are Paul E Lockie president Arthur Popper firs vice president Theron Jacobscn second vice president Darrcll Cur ry third vice president Martin Jones secretary and treasurer Gordon Harr lion tamer and Atlc Grelk tail twister Directors arc Clare ORourke Oscar Mackcn Leslie Rice anc Jess Workman Mr Workman died recently and will be replacec by a new appointee 5 Howard County Men Will Enter Service CRESCO Five Howard County men will leave Cresco Tuesday Dec 2 for DCS Moines tov repor for military duty From there they will be sent to Camp Crowder Mo for processing according U Lucille Kirschman clerk oC the local selective service board The group includes Max D Me Grane 23 Elma Glendon W Mar shall 22 Lime Springs Gilbert E Klingshcim 22 Cresco William R Walker 20 Cresco and George L Meyers 20 Ricevillc I fcT j ifc V4J III 11 L I AUAl tt I LUC Mrs Junior Orr sister of the bride list parsonage in New Hampton and Mrs William Jurgens sister They went 9 the Ozarks on a wed Hot the bridegroom Connie Simons ding trip They wUl be at home in land Jean Jurgena were flower girls Ionia Most mortgage contracts requir that the property be kept iu good repair and properly painted while the lender is allowed to inspect the at reaMoable Midwest Livestock SATURDAYS Albert Lea Aujtin Waterloo Odai Minn Minn Haplds Trend I5c Steady to Steady Steady xxj lower COc higher 150160 Ibi 180170 Ibj SJ150 S1225 J1290 170180 Ibs S1375 180190 Ibi SH73 190200 SL525 200210 Ibi 210220 Jbs J1550 J157S 220230 S1575 S15C5 S1565 230240 Ibs S1550 240250 Ibs S153 S15C3 Slj50 S1550 250260 Ibs S1520 S1555 51525 2CO270 Ibs SI345 270280 Ibs JU90 S1515 280290 Ibs S1505 290300 Ibs S1475 S1515 300310 S1505 X1470 310320 S1495 JH70 320330 Ibs 81430 330340 Ibs 340350 Ibs 350360 S115S Cood 1acklag 270300 Ibs S1300 S1490 300310 Ibs S14S3 S 1465 330300 Ibs SU2 SK50 S1440 360400 Ibs S1373 S1423 S1415 400450 Ibs S13ii S1375 S1363 SUfiS 450500 Ibs S1323 S1315 S1315 500350 S1223 S1275 S1263 S1263 Hog Prices Reach Low CHICAGO classes of live stock were quoted steady Saturday at the end of a week which saw sharply declining prices After tumbling 50 cents to hog prices at the weekend were in line with the years lowest quota tions recorded in March and April 100 total 1000 estimated compared week ago Barrows and gilts 65 to SI00 lower sows 5075 lower at the weekend top of S1700 paid lor only around one load choice 200 Ib butchers with most choice 180210 Ib weights at closing bulk choice 220270 Ib butchers S162516G5 with choice 280300 Ib 1625 sows weighing JOO5M Ibs closed according to weight Cattle 300 estimated total not given compared ago Choice yearlings under 1050 Ibs and prime 10501200 Ib steers mosUy steady other weights choice and prime 50 to lower steers grad ing flood and below unevenly 50 to S200 lower than last weeks close extremes S500 lower than two weeks pgo high choice anil prime heifers about steady others Sl00300 lower cows 50 to SI50 lower bulls 50 to SI50 lower vealers lower stockers and feeders fully lower Instances oH consider ably more eisbt loads hiflh prime 1050 1200 Ib fed steers S36503700 bulk choice and prime steers S23503450 good to low choice steers S24502900 commer cial to law good cutter steers down to low sales high choice and prime heifers and mixed yearlings S3300 3450 most choice heifers com mercial to low choice unevenly utility down to S1300 utility and commer cial cows most canners and cutters S10001300 utility and commercial bulls canncr bulls down to commercial to low prime vcnlcrs late cull and utility 5500 1700 good and choice feeding steers and yearlings medium replacement steers late clown to mixed good and choice slock steers calves Shccp 300 estimated total not given compared week ago Woolcd native and fed western lambs in full fleece 50 to SI00 lower shorn fed lambs and yearlings steady to 50 lower sheep 50 higher fat lambs at new low for November since 1945 early top wooled lambs clos ing loacllot top on both woolsklns and 107 Ib fed shorn lambs top yearlings early best late bulk high good to prime wooled lambs not many fed wooled lambs above S2150 bulk shorn lambs S2075215fl cull natives bulked at underweights SBOO 1000 bulk good to choice yearlings 1810 bulk cull to good slaughter ewes three loads Montana cwcs one good to choice load Montanas Good light lights Good medium weights Goodmedium weights ood medium weights ood medium weights ood medium weights ood medium weights ood medium weights Good medium weights iood medium weights Good medium weights medium weights Iood medium weights 3ood medium weights 3ood medium weights 3ood medium weights Good sows Good SOWS Good sows Cood sows iood sows Good sows No hogs Decker t 450500 received after 5 p m Jacob Sons CATTLE MASON For Saturday rime steers and hellers S32003400 Choice steers and heifers 529 0031 00 Good steers and heifers Commercial steers and heifers J17002000 Utility steers and heifers Good Cows S14001800 Commercial cows Utility cows Canners and cutters S12 0014 00 Bulls CALVES MASON For Saturday Common Culls Choice Good J24002800 ESTIMATED LIVESTOCK RECEIPTS CHICAGO Unofficial estimated live stock receipts for Monday Hogs 25000 cattle 18000 sheep 6000 Manhunt to Find Diabetics Local Livestock MASON For Saturday Steady to 15c higher iood light lights 160170 ood light lights 170180 S136r lood light lights 180190 S1465 190200 S151S 200220 S15C5 220230 SIS 65 230240 S15G5 240250 S1550 250200 S1535 260270 270280 S1505 280290 290300 S1475 300310 S14CO 310320 320330 S1430 330340 340350 350360 270300 S1475 300330 S1450 330360 S1425 360400 400450 MASON For Saturday Out ot sheep marxet until further notice Jacob K Decker Sons Mason City Produce Quotation bj E G Hone At a m Saturday Eggs No 1 5lc Eggs No 2 39c Eggs No 3 35c Heavy breeds 5 Ibs over I6c Hens under 5 Ibs14c Leghorn hens I4c White Rock Springs 23c Cocks heavy 12c Leghorn Cocks lOc WASHINGTON Itfl A mcdica manhunt is on this fine more than one million Americans believed to have diabetes without knowing it You or some member of your family could be one of these inno cent fugitives You could be in peril if you ac tually have the disease and its left untreated If you are found your disease can quickly be brought under control with insulin and proper diet sometimes diel alone Army of Doctors A small army of doctors and volunteer workers will be on a special hunt for hidden dia betics all this week which is known as Diabetes Week sponsored by the American Diabetes Association Many of them will offer free urine tests for excessive sugar usually a reliable means of de tecting diabetes Collection stations where urine samples can be left have been set up in many of the 700 counties which have established formal pro grams Drugstores public schools and firehouses have been desig nated for that purpose in some communities The American Diabetes Associa tion ADA a nonprofit organiza tion of doctors and laymen es pecially interested in diabetes de tection treatment and education says that whether the tests are offered without charge is left en tirely to local medical authorities 31 States Medical authorities in 31 of the 48 states have organized slatewide detection and education programs The ADA says the diabetes week program is a particularly intensi fied effort in a yearround pro gram to acquaint the any doctors who need the importance of detecting diabetes early and how to do it It estimates about one million diabetics now are under treatment and that another million persons have diabetes without knowing it This is based upon spot surveys made from time to time Still another two million Ameri cans at any one time are believed to have a potential for developing the disease sometime during their lives Mason City Grain At p m Saturday Oats No 2 82c Corn No 2 10day delivery Soybeans Oct Nov del Visitors to Capital Get Color Routing By HARMAN W NICHOLS WASHINGTON UP The Re publicanswhen they take over in January will know in which direc tion they are going Newcomers to the capital if they are not colorblind can tell at a glance north from east and south from west by new color markings on the streets They will be set up by the Vehicle and Traf fic Division for the District of Columbia George E Keneipp head of the division has been working on the project for a long time and by the time the new administration takes over he hopes to have the setup all ready The outstanding feature of the new system is the use of colored directional route markers The way it is mapped out now the city is a little difficult for strangers Its easy to get lost There are those circles for one thing Its not hard if you arent watching to make a complete circle and find yourself heading back in the direction from whence you came If you are coming to Washing ton heres the jjatlern Keneipp and his crew figured out The blue markers are north bound Green is for east Red is for south and yellow is for west The markers will appear every few blocks Keneipp said that at each main entrance to the city there will be large signs colored in the right hue and stating the cardinal directions They will identify the direction with the color for sub sequent route markers in the motorists mind Then he will just have to follow his direction color through the city I think we have something the traffic man said It should help a Jot in relieving the traffic congestion The signs will show in full color in the light of day and will be reflectorized for night time visibility Washington is the first city in the country to install the colored sign system for the four direc tions Color signs for individual routes are used in cities in Con necticut Rhode Island South Da kota Mississippi and Utah Plaster work in the pyramids of Egypt is often still in good condi tion after 4000 years Index to Classified NaUcct 1 Card ol Thankj la Mcmoriam A3 Funeral 3 Cemeteries A3 4 Personals 5 Lost Found 6 Auction Salei 7 Money to Loan Real Estate Loani AS Invesment 9 Investment 9 Insurance 10 Entertainment 12 Dealers Distributors IS Seeds Feeds 17 Business 1C Male Help Wanted Female Help Wanted 21 Situation Wanted 22 Help Male Female 23 Salesladies 24 Salesmen 25 Agents as Services Offered 27 Instruction 28 Business Locations 30 Sale or Trade 31 Rooms Cor Rent32 Apts for Rent 33 Houses tor Rent 34 Houses for Sale 35 Cottages A33 Sale or Rent B35 Lots for Sale 36 Acreage 37 Board Room 3ft Farms for Sale 39 Farms for Kent 40 Machinery 41 Livestock 43 Dogs Birds Pets 43 Miscellaneous Cor Sale U Sptg GooUs EquipA44 Foods 45 Gardens A45 Bide Materials Etc45 Nursery Stock 47 Musical Instruments 43 Offices lor Rent 49 Office Equipment 59 Business Equipment A50 Real Estate Garages Wearing Apparel Household Goods Poultry Eggs Wanted to Duy Wanted to Rent Wanted to Borrow Wanted to Buy or Rent Used Cars Used Trucks Auto Accessories Airplanes Equip Etc 51 52 53 54 55 58 57 SS 59 60 fil 63 63 Death Notices YOKES Mrs Henrietta Cummlngs ill died at the Good Samaritan Home at pm Friday following a lingering illness Funeral will be held at 2 pm Sunday at tlio McAuley nnd Son Chapel with tho Rev Nimrocl Anderson pastor of the Church of Central Heights officiating Services also will be held at Minn at pm Monday with burial at the Staples Cemetery Tho McAuley and Son Funeral Home Is In charge Notices 1 MOTALOY A ring and valve job Stops oil burning increases gas mileage for cars trucks tractors Guaranteed you better try it KENNY THOMPSON Kennys Cafe 11 3rd N E Mason City la In Memoriam AZ IN LOVING MEMORY of our darling mother Airs Ernest Phiel who passed away November 23rd 1931 Forgotten love you for ever Your loving daughters The Phlel Girls Cord of Thanks 2 I WISH TO THANK all my neighbors friends and relmivos who are mak ing my stay in the hospital more pleasant with cards gifts and visits and to all those who in any way helped at our home and to the nurses of Mercy Hospital Dr Franchcre and Dr Tlce and a special to the Rev Mr Blcdermann Also to Lions Club for the reading projector Huron Thompson Funeral Directors 3 MASON CITY PATTERSONJAMES CHAPELS Mason Licensed in Minnesota and Iowa McAULEY t SON Funeral Home A Distinguished Dignified Funeral service 8 S Adams Phone 651 MAJOR FUNERAL 511 209 2nd NE Major Serv ice Meets Your Needs COLONIAL FUNERAL HOME Home of Thoughtful Service 3rd St NE Phona 1505 CLEAR LAKE WARD FUNERAL HOME Clear Lake Ambulance service Day Phone 8 Night Phone 7 Monuments Etc B3 MASON CITY Monument Works Home owned and reliable 1889 See our large display of fin ished monuments in all granites In cluding Montcllo Mark every grave We deliver 150 lotb SL SW Phone 392 Personals UNWED girls Hospital service con fidentlal seclusion Legal adoptions Eva Thomson 49U E 27th Kansaa City Mo JINGLE Bells Jingle all the way we cleaned the rugs with Finn Foam today Damons Lost Found 4 PIGS wandered to my place Owner may have hy identifying and pay Ing for nd 1409 S Coolldge Lost Fri Eve Yoimkers GREEN BILLFOLD Contents Minn and Iowi drivers license also important papers Large amount of money Liberal reward Ph 236 Money to Loan 8 SEE United Financial Service for quick Krvica oo Fort Hopkins Drug NEED CASH See TOM MITCHELL NORTH 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