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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 2, 1955, Cedar Rapids, IowaThe Cedar rapids Gazette ., july a 1j5s daily record july 3. Imit. The weather Vradiy iad i Hluck an Itye a i it Sibr end in Jim Lemd Virtu Inch a a it Predl it Ltd Tun it Afi ,10 my 71 vow Volch a do Lola �1 i l., and rats to i i Luiey Miami b7 to it Ohlf Iowa forecast a sunday mostly fair continued warm and humid with High 67-95 monday partly Cloudy and warm with scattered showers Likely afternoon. The a Weather 30 schools Fri i. Low overnight. 70 noon saturday .80 2 3g Saturday precipitation. None total for july Trace Norma for july. 3-63 Normal through july 19.13 total to Date Fri 1955 12.05 wind direction and velocity to municipal Airport at noon s5e at 20 knots guns to 25. Sun rises sunday 4 36 Sun sets 7 46 Moon sets 3 04 year afro today High temperature 96 Low 69. Mississippi stages Lacrosse 4.0, Rise at. In sins 7.8. Rise 0.1. Mcgregor 6.5, Rise 0,1, Dubuque 7.2. Rise 0.2. Davenport 4.0, no change. Keokuk 2 7, fall 0.2. Out of town births at Clinton a or. And mrs. Kassel a daughter july 1 mrs. Kassel is the former Jean Floyd daughter of Paul Floyd Vinton Road new. Or. 11 asset is the a in or or. And or. A c. Huss 1158 j Avenue new. Municipal court police division. Speeding a Donn Gordon Toddville fined �12 and costs. William Mcguire 2517 first Avenue be Lola Thomas shells Burr Louis Carsner. Marion Thompson Harbottle 513 eighteenth Street be Aloysius Jablonn ski Bav City. Mich Dorr Ell Ford 623 tenth Street be Robert Beber. My Rico Milton Schmidt. 129 twelfth Street be Larry Burrows Marion Martin a Bredsen and Robert Taylor both of Springville Cadi fined sin and Cost. Reckless driving a Louis kill a. 508 a Avenue of Stanley Kriz r12 fifth Street be each fined $100 and costs. Leaving Accident scene Louis Klima 508 a Avenue be fined s1u0 and costs on each of two counts. Disobeyed traffic signal Willard Gray Vinton fined $10 and costs Ronald Rathjen 729 fifth Avenue by George Koum Nier Palo each fined s5 and costs. Failure to yield right of Way a Marjorie schuster 2423 first Venne be fined $5 and costs. Failure to have under control _ Daryl Allen 4510 Vardy Road be Eveard. 1-Lavlson, 1014 Belle Avenue Bli Nuh fined $10 and costs. Manley Wheeler 216 sixth Street be. Fined $5 and costs. Floyd Marlin 3428 c Avenue of finer ?2 and Roris. Failure to it Mil a Harold ten her 418 tenth Street be fined 35 anti costs. Violation of instruction permit Donn Gordon Toddville fined $10 and . No License Ralph emm Longcr 2917 o Avenue new. Fined $25 find curls. Robert Merill 1214 third is Root be fined $2 and Ccu to. Intoxication a Edward Klier and Walter Blake both at Large each sentenced to 10 Days in jail. Fires company 5 flushed Gas from Street Friday at 10 45 At seventh Avanile and first Street so still alarm. Company 1 flushed Gas from Street saturday at 9 10 . At fourth a venue and second Street be still alarms. Grass fire in vacant lot at e Avenue Mui Nilson Road be it groups protest school plans on service by bus parents of pupils from two mens of Cedar rapids Friday night protested school Board plans for revising attendance District lines and reducing bus service. A delegation of Westwood Crea residents headed by spokes-1 Man Bob Smith urged that school bus transportation be provided for families in the Hoover school signers in the Circle drive area of Northeast Cedar rapids also requested that Bues be continued and that All the children be sent to new Wright school rather than some to Garfield. Board chairman Carl c. Kos Ler told the visitors that their reports As to distance from school will be checked and reported on at the next Board meeting aug. I. Ali juice limit. Officials indicated that children living at least Lvi Miles from school probably will be transported in accordance with the distance Limi policy now be eng followed. According to spokesman Smith for Westwood 26 families with 25 children Jive beyond the 1ja mile Mark. He urged that bus service be continued because i he area has no sidewalks and walk eng would be hazardous. Fourteen petitioners from the Circle drive Wenig Road and Glass Road be Region asked that All their children be sent to Wright present assignments would Send Rome to Garfield splitting friends and even families they contended. Another petition bearing 15 signatures from the same area listed six reasons for continuing bus transportation of 33 children in the District. They Jim More than 1 % Miles from school and would have to walk on Muddy a narrow dangerous streets with nut sidewalks the signers said. Tells policy. Secretary e. W. Lund Wiist noted that the policy has been not to establish a school Hub rms in fall in los 1 1 to 15 children live two Miles or More from school. The Westwood group includes Only one beyond that distance he said. Lundquist noted that for isolated cases of this sort the Board does not provide transportation but arrange to reimburse parents for handling it. State Law requires transportation Only for elementary children who live at least two Miles from a school As the session concluded with promises for a later report one Bare chs cd father with his sport shirt hanging open in Friday night s heat demanded a when s Ole Elion when selection Quot a you Doit have to Vail until Eldion Quot Board member Ben Peterson responded half rising and then sitting Down. Quot you can sit Here right the Man departed with others in the objecting groups. Con i i Nudd from Page 1. A Iii their Askings Are will determine who the net tax effect on local property taxpayers will be next year. Further helping to Case the tax Load will be increased property valuations which expand the Basei on which taxes Are levied largely As a result of new construction in the last year. Individual increases. This valuation Rise was estimated Friday As looming at about $4,000,000 a enough to bring in about $160,000 More for governmental use even if the existing Levy did not change at All. The school District s new budget breakdown listed prospective expenses for 155 specific items of school system operation. Irving c. Emery 71, diet Brief a a Ness Irving Cass Emery of it. Ver nun a lifelong resident of Cedar rapids before moving to it. Vernon in 194$ and a retired grocer died at his Home at 3 33 Friday following a Brief illness born june 25, 1684, in Cedar rapids he was married to Imogen Benson on june 24, 1913, Al Denver surviving in addition to his wife arc a daughter Freda s. Emery of Downey 111. Two Brothers John b. Emery of ce1 Dar rapids and James h. Emery of Madison , i a in it Vii a. Or. Emery was a member of among those 10 items were it. Hermon Lodge no. 263, a of Cycle club will meet at Morgan s bicycle shop at 12 30 Sunday to attend the services. Members of the Sheet Metal workers no. 263 will meet at the funeral Home at 12 30, a Shelton services. Services for Levi m. Shellon 1731 sixth Avenue be who died Friday will be conducted it 2 Sunday in the Chapel of memories Cedar memorial cemetery by the Kev. Arnold h. Mar Zolf of Westminster presbyterian Church. Friends May Call at the Rohn Chapel saturday evening until sunday noon. Increased from the old budget s figures. 1 five were reduced and 140 reflected no change. Among the individual budgetary hikes were these teachers salaries a $2,509, 100, up $62,000 from the previous $2,430,000. Special assessments for paving and the Jike �?$65,000, up $40,000. Interest on Bonds a $120,342. Up $46,674. Fuel for Plant operation�?$50,900, up $5,000. Salaries of clerks for principals s�?~,209, up $9,200. Bus Driver and Mechanic salaries $18,000, up $3,000 among budgetary reductions scheduled Friday were the following major ones contingencies nothing Down $40,900. Apr Cal education acoustical program nothing Down $4,509. State pension fund new a $209,000, Down $31,909. Federal social security�?$126,0110, Down s2y,io0. Wi1h the school District s Pupil population rising and the physical Plant expanding finance chairman Lehu summarized it Only natural that the Dollar amount of each new budget shows a continuing increase. St . And Iowa consistory. Services will to conducted in the Turner Chapel at 1 30 Tuesday by the Rev. Karl Swenti Berg of the presbyterian Church at it. Vernon. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery friends May Call at inc Chapel. Quakers report interest in peace plan by Gromyko Moscow i up a a group of american quakers reported saturday that they got acting soviet foreign minister Gromyko in Leo 3. Smith. Leo j. Smith 55, of 310% Center Point Road be Cedar rapids resident 50 years and owner and operator of his own trucking line 25 years died in a Cedar rapids Hospital at 6 35. . Friday after a Brief illness. Or. Smith bom at Shellsburg april 22, 1899, was Salesman and distributor for Hercules explosives in this territory Jle was a member of the presbyterian Church the Loyal order of Moose eagles fraternal benevolent association and that teamsters Al local 238 surviving Are his wife Helen a son Tro a daughter mrs. Donald Logerquist and his Mother mrs Jeannie Smith All of Cedar rapids a brother Archie Smith of Hock Island three Sisters mrs. Vance Mckinnon of spa Ingv Lluc mrs. Marvin Mundy of Solon and mrs. Grace Tremaine of Cedar rapids and four grandchildren the body is at the Monahan funeral Home where friends May Call sunday. Funeral announce ment will be made later. . Man fined $300 and costs in municipal court a Cedar rapids Man left municipal court saturday morning with two cents in his pocket after paying $311-25 in fines and court cd Louis w. Ujima 41. Of sos a Avenue be pled guilty to two charges of leaving the scene of an Accident without making his identity known Una one charge cd reckless driving. He was lined $100 on Cich charge. Court costs totalled $11.25. And judge Charles Benesh recommended a four month suspension of Klima s License the longest suspension handed Down by the court since the practice became popular a year ago foreign minister jul police said Klima a tested in their blueprint for f3�l1coll b Avenue at twelfth Street about Midnight Friday. He was driving erratically and on the wrong Side of the Street officers said and iad been drinking. Klima showing the two pennies that remained in his pocket after paying the fines told officers he would have to sell his to recoup thai setback. Iionia Cluj 71� or. Engineering Union on strike about 290 machinists of the Cedar rapids engineering company went on strike and on vacation at the same time Friday afternoon. Quot when the Plant closed at 4 For its annual two week vacation members of the International association of machinists local 631, gave notice they were striking in their demands for higher wages about an hour before closing time Friday the Union workers had received their vacation paychecks. Meanwhile negotiations Between the machinists and Universal 1 engineering company have reached a singe where Quot Only n few minor paints need to be ironed out before agreement on a new contract is signed. Boys accused of pushing two to death Over Bike Philadelphia Tif police held two boys on homicide charges saturday and accused them of pushing two other boys to their deaths in the Schuylkill River to steal a bicycle from them police arrested Theodore arts Priesler and Joseph Ryan Nih 12, about one hour alter two other boys were drowned. The victims wore Adolph sin Cavage 13, and Ellis Palmer 10, Whu at in act were thought to have fallen into the River while fishing on a Rocky Lorimar. Detectives Joseph Carut Luns and Joseph Behan said they suspected foul Piny when they Learned shortly after the drowning that a nth i boys had Ridden j to cycles to the scene. Only Onei Bike was found near the a pol. I the detectives rounded up suited in still alarm saturday Ull Ihrcke of the victims Nighbor 10 10 company 7, a Hood friends but Learned nothing. N 1l they were taking the boys Home Lowa deaths a when one of the boys spotted Urbana services for mrs. John a Armpriester Riding palmers Brody 68, tuesday at 2 In missing bicycle cording to h. M. Miller local 831 business agent. Miller did not Toveal what rape increase Tonus might be agreed upon but he Sale a threat of a strike is off. Negotiations Are also taking place no Iowa manufacturing Vimpany Miller said with meeting tentatively scheduled for next week. Local president Mearl Fowlie said the 100 Cedar rapids engineering machinists have asked for a wage increase of 12 cents an hour non incentive workers and 10 cents for incentive workers. Company president f. Critz1 Hahn said the company has of-1 Fer cd increases of 10 and 8 cents an hour for the two cd discs of workers. Tip said an eight cent raise for incentive workers would result in an average increase of More than 10 cents per hour. Archie g. Tillapaugh. Archie a Tillapaugh 1722 Ellis Boulevard new a Cedar rapids resident for 31 years an employee of Penick so Ford for 28 years before his retirement in 1952, died in a Cedar rapids hos Pill at 3 37 Friday following a sudden illness. Born March 22, 1883, in Winneshiek county he was married to Dessie Johnson on dec. 9, i90ft. At Burr Oak. Surviving in addition to his wife arc two daughters i o i a Tillapaugh and mrs. Warren h. Meeker both of Cedar rapids two Brothers Robert Tillapaugh of Tomah and Emmons Tillapaugh of Cedar rapids and one grandson. Or. Tillapaugh was a member of the first lutheran Church. Services will be conducted in the Turner Chapel it 10 39 . Tuesday by the Rev. Theodore . Burial will be Cedar memorial cemetery. Friends May Call at the Chapoci. Peace. Clarence e. Pickett of Philadelphia Secretary emeritus of the american friends service committee presented the Pio postal in an interview at the soviet foreign office Friday night. Pickett said Gromyko studied the plan and a evinced Pickett said the quakers proposal for peace and checking armaments is based on the International labor organization plan for inspection of factories by its inspectors for spot checks on labor conditions. Free Access. He said the 1lo Constitution provides far inspectors to have free Access to factories at any time and to have permission to question workers without informing the management the inspectors Pickett said also can examine the books of any factory they choose without giving prior warning. Quot or. Gromyko did no to seem aware that this system is already in use and he appeared interested a Pickett reported. Pickett when said he previously met Gromyko at , sessions in new York and Paris said he told him the Ilo pattern might be used by an International disarmament commission. A very Gromyko smiled and said a disarmament is a very difficult problem Quot he reported. A emr. Gromyko said the soviet delegation would be interested in any thinking about the problem of governmental or non Golem mental bodies and encouraged to a to Send along further ideas a in icky to said. Quot the interview was very satisfactory for Pickett said Gromyko was extremely Friendly while they discussed other matters and gave permission to take Rolls of undeveloped film out of the country a 40-Day suspension of another motorists License was also recommended by judge Benesh the action was taken Agama Stanley Kriz 31, of 612 fifth Street be who was fined $190 and costs for reckless driving. Police said Kriz was involved in an Accident at first Avenue and thirteenth Street e Friday. Another Motorist accused of driving without a License was ordered not to apply for a License until sept. 1. He was Ralph Emminger 2017 o Avenue new who paid a $25 Fine. Natl. Christian teaching Mission planned in . Plans fur a National Chris Linn teaching Mission in Cedar rapids in the fall of 10s6 were die priest to Mark Silver Jubilee Spreull to the Oai Eue. Greeley a the Rev. Louis a while pastor of St. Joseph s Catholic Church in Greeley will observe the Twenty fifth anniversary of his ordination sunday there will be an anniversary mass at 11, a dinner for the clergy at 1 And a reception for parishioners and friends from 5 to 9 . A native of Worthington he attended Loras Academy and College and took his theological training at St. Paul Seminary. He was ordained june 14, 1930, at St Raphael s Cathedral in do after Sor Virnig As assistant pastor at Worthington Oelwein St Lucas and Peosta he was appealed pastor of the Wexford Church in 1937. He was an army chaplain for three years in world War ii serving 30 months overseas and receiving the Silver Star the Bronze Star and the purple heart. After resuming from the service he was assigned As first resident pastor of the Church in Greeley where a hew Church building and rectory have been built and the membership doubled. Father White has served As chaplain and three years As commander of the Greeley american legion Post and now is Vic commander no the legions fourth District. Christian Church. Burial in Kis Ling cemetery. Body at Miller funeral Home in Vinton. Victor a services for Mary Brandt 73, sunday at 2 30 Body at Mcaninch funeral Home. Marquette a services for Earl Knovell 73. Wore held today in Pilkington funeral Home at Mcgregor. Elkader a services for min i Josrphine v. Licup 79, sunday at 2 30 In Wilt funeral Home burial at Clayton. Cascades services for Williapu junk inn 66, sunday at 2 If Community presbyterian Church. Body at Devancy funeral Home Manchester services for Josic Irene Cloud 84, tuesday at 2 39 In Gill funeral Home. Burial at Eai Iville. Graham i Oslo Oslo up a american evangelist Billy Graham arrived Sal or Ray from Copenhagen 1o prop Are for a mass mooting he will address sunday. Arm Prieast fled when he Paw the detectives hut they caught him in a Short Chase. He broke Down under questioning and implicated Ryan. The Hoys accused each other it of actually pushing the victims into the water the detectives Aid but both admitted that the object of their action san i he stolen Bleyle Armpriester and Ryan were recently released on probation from St. Josephus protector police said. They Are held at the youth study cent cd for a hearing on the homicide charges scheduled Jor tuesday. Courthouse Liana j. Christof Frepp. Hans j. Christoffersen 81, died Friday in a Cedar Falls Hospital. He Vas a Fanner Cutlar rapid i resident. Burn at Kolling Denmark on nor a 1873, he to Cedar rapids with his family in 1880. He was married to Mary Jensen june 2, 1898, in Linn county. He moved to Cedar Falls in 1915. Or. Christoffersen was a member of the masonic Lodge. Survivors include his wife Throe daughters mrs. Maynard showers and mrs. A1 Parrott both of Waterloo and mis. Rus sell Blake of Cedar Falls and a son Ivor of Cedar Falls five Sisters mrs. Andrew Nielsen. Mrs Ray Lamont and mrs. Jack Hensley All of Cedar rapids mrs Arthur Fox of California and mrs. Roy see of Cedar Falls. Services will be held tuesday at 2 In Bethlehem lutheran Church. Cedar Falls. Drastic. Stop. Ring Wood n. J. Up police department improved its communications facilities Friday. The three Man Force installed suspended term Given Sharron James e. Sharron 29. At Large saturday was Given a suspended sentence not to exceed 10 years at the Anamosa on breaking and entering charge. In Iai spending the sentence. Judge Floyd Phil Rock released Sharron to the custody of the Iowa Board of parole. Sharron and two other men Marvin Law 43, and Alton Hanson 37, were charged with breaking into a locker Plant and a Beer warehouse last month. S Barren pled guilty to the charge june 15, but sentencing was delayed until saturday. Law and Hanson both of whom pled Guilly june Ltd. Wore sentenced to terms not to exceed 10 years it the fort Madison Penitentiary the each. Chirkun stolen. The sheriff s office saturday Telephone after 3 7 years without was investigating the theft of 20 Chicken from the Harold nost farm route 3. Nost said the chickens were stolen from a building on his farm sometime Friday night or Early saturday. Read our want ads a Little Flowers amp necessary a such e pert of friendships important in tribute. Its always corretto Send Flowers. My e. Upes study of Radium costs left Turin of a Trof. Mario , 70, Italy a loading radiologist paid with his left saturday for his lifelong studies of Radium. J it was his filth and most sri Solis operation far Radium bums suffered in 1925. His was Ftp Pulatch together with the shoulder Blade land Collar nor. Mrs Martin role of Atkins Dies of age 86 special to the Osztie. Atkins a mrs. Martin roths 86, died in a Cedar rapids Hospital at 7 Friday. She had suffered a stroke a week . Roths the former Mary cussed thursday at a meeting in a Ann Schlotterbeck was a life the Myca according to the Rev i0ilg resident of Atkins and Vici Frazier Thomason chairman of the evangelism department of the Cedar rapids and Marion Council of churches. The teaching Mission proposes to Survey the Community for a Church census self study in per four foot Snake found in Bathtub Oklahoma City up a police were skip tidal when called to investigate a a monster Quot in the in Hlub of Helen Wolfe but they found one All rights a four-foot1 Snake. They said the water Moccasin must have come up the Drain from the North Canadian River which runs a Block from the House. City briefs Mott Tor 111 a mrs. Frank Cov Burn 205 fourteenth Street be has been called to Sarasota fla., by the serious illness of her Mother. 4 a three rooms furniture $189, easy terms. Smul Koffs used furniture . Nily. Her husband died in 1946, surviving Are a son Charles of Atkins and two grandsons Keith and Paul mrs. Roths was n member of the Atkins presbyterian Church he presbyterian Guild and the trip noting churches Fellowship american legion auxiliary cultivation and enlargement of the Church program. Every Church in i or Community would have the Opportunity to participate in the program. Representatives from 17 churches attended the meeting thursday and voiced approval of Tho plan. Final approval would come from the governing bodies of the churches. A similar Mission was conducted in Cedar rapids nine Yrnes ago. 11 was Tho first of its kind conducted in Nwa speakers at the meeting included or. Paul surges director of the department of educational evangelism for the National Council of churches and or. Joe Nelson executive Senc tary of the it via Council of churches. The body is at the Ayres funeral Home in Keystone pending funeral arrangements. Tlell in tarty deaths. Philadelphia apr William Cook 25, was charged with manslaughter Friday night for allegedly furnishing Wood alcohol for a weekend party which killed five including his Mother. Mrs. Roburtus bean. Minnie Cert de bean 76 wife of Rob Utis bean 3327 Wood Avenue be a Cedar rap ids resident for 66 years died it 5 25 Friday following sudden illness. Born sept. 30, 1678, in Usheff near Lisbon she was married in Cedar rapids 58 years ago. Surviving in addition to her husband Are a daughter mrs. Clark Little of Marshalltown three sons James r., of Fairfax Lester and Charles Harold Donn both of Cedar rapids a brother Harry Stanley of Pasadena Calif. Six grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Services will be conducted in the beatly Meurle Chapel at 1 30 Tuesday by the Rev. Frank it. Ward burial will be in Cedar memorial cemetery. Friends May Call at the Chapoci after 7 Saturday. A Eilrich services. Services for Alvin g. Deltrick 1429 k Avenue so who died thursday will be conducted in the Jan Cuba funeral Home at i Sunday by or. Jackson Burns of St. Paul a methodist Church burial will be in. Cinch National cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home. Members of the 25-year motor stricken George 7. Andrews 81, of 1426 first Street new was lost Luke a Hospital saturday afternoon after he suffered an of Parent heart attack. He was rushed to the Hospital by ambulance service. W dining room ice Cream Dairy bakery Delicatessen departments open 8 . To 11 July 4th. Krebs dutch girl 2901 1st ave. injured a Charles Browning c3. Of 1701 Washington Avenue so was in Good condition in mercy Hospital saturday after he fell from a scaffolding at the colonial bakery about 3 . A Ray reports on the extent of his injuries had not been completed by mid afternoon . Hall 1105 3rd St. Be. Available for wedding dances 4-9092 or 4-5724.�?adv. Sunday dinner at Krebs dutch girl a Home baked Ham Fried Young Chicken $1.50. Also fowl fish and Steak dinners served 1,1 . To 8 ., 2&0l first Avenue see adv. 4 4 4 or. D. L. Morrissey announces that or. Roberto e. Rodriquez has taken Over his dental office a at 904 merchants National Bank a lug. Dial 3-1022.�?adv. 4 4 4 because of the july 4th Holiday want ads will be accepted monday july 4th Only until 9 30 . Dial 2-1121a a. Ask Jor an . Loser at poker awarded $10,183 Clovis apr a jury has awarded an Arizona cattleman $1 1,183, which represented his losses in a poker game Doc. 2-3 in Clovis. Ben p. Snure jr., Apache. Ariz., had claimed a total loss of $10,293.37. The remaining 520 represented his losses in n game of shuffle boned the jury declined to award that to him. The three defendants admitted they engaged in a poker game with Sinuru but their defense was based on their claim he was not the loser. To service Calls $2.50 Cut Jip Honl Ibn Leloni end to the cult real Price to a trial 51.75. Jim Reeder radio amp to 12 thud Are. So. Plume 4-r015 Indian a i Isle Iowa at Mcgregor sun., Mon july 3 -4 smorgasbord Buffet dinner served Jusi i a a chef tier net did it 41 fhe rfcs feel huh in Plum a Prince for All 1ie famous Majle alar. From 8 in 5 Quot an adventure in Viand Willm Oren Ever Ermine from r Sis Crit. M Frobol. A $2.50� Indian Cetryn Nlaly Sal. Sun. Mull., at Klee boat take aur boat from Pla it mar Harbor in me Grefor Iowa. Used motors 1955 Johnson 25 electric Starlin Complete Ullh 11 it. Controls and Battery. �?~435 1955 Evinrude 25 electric Starling Complete with 11 it. Controls and Baury. �?~485 Mercury 10 lightning 115 Mercury surer 10 150 Cedar rapids Marine sales 1324 Ellis blvd. New boating is our business not a sideline a jul 208 3rd Arase 33 0 it Yemen Are. 4-7t49 5-823 Murdoch funeral Homes Karion ire cd stir Point 3m1 Walker i�0 sunday treat at the de Var restaurant oven baked Swiss Steak a Eom pm dinner soup a a Slot Betta Rod whole Komei com Hea Timada Rolls latter combination Salcrdo Law choler of Raia Toat Coffee to or milk Strawberry Shert Cak Wrife whipped Eream de Var restaurant 312 second Avenue be picnic. Have a in your Back Yard no fuss. No muss. Free delivery to your door. Phone 4-1561 piping hot ready to eat for Chiden and shrimp dinners amp snacks week Days. Saturday sunday new summer hours. 4 30 , to i A 00 . In is Midnight .11 00 . To 11 5321 first Avenue be

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