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Kingsport Times (Newspaper) - October 6, 1953, Kingsport, Tennessee10 tuesday oct. 6, 1953 Kingsport times amendments series to Start tomorrow beginning tomorrow the Kingsport times news will pub Lish a series of articles explain ing in full the eight proposed amendments to the Constitution of Tennessee. These articles will contain the exact wording of the proposed amendments As Well As those sections of the Constitution that Are affected. On november 3, qualified voters of Tennessee will vote on these amendments. A simple Kingsport today tuesday Lions kiwanis . Dale Carnegie organization Buquet club . Toastmaster club Commerce loom a . Wednesday rotary american legion auxiliary luncheon Laurel . Thursday Cvitan Jaycees club room a . Business and professional women i Din . Friday i wants club club Council of Garden clubs Laurel room . Majority will carry. To be Quali fied to vote you must be registered by october 14. Order of publication to All property owners owing delinquent personal taxes and prop erty taxes to the City of Kingsport a municipal corporation in Sullivan county Tennessee. Is Clarence Ramsey gdn., it als. In the chancery court at Kingsport Tennessee said court he n _ a "if1115 teem in Wise Wise a heretofore filed one this cause will be taken As confessed be All property owners owing personal or property taxes Are requested t that their pr2perty is Clear assessed personal taxes property taxes Etc. Iff the years herein above indicated As the Lien for said taxes will be enforced As rapidly As possible and each piece of property against which said taxes Are assessed will be brought to Sale to enforce the Lien allowed the City of Kingsport. By Law for the collection of said taxes. The defendants and properties taxable Are listed As follows delinquent personal property real property taxes assessed for the years 1944, 1945, 194s and 1947. City of Kingsport Tennessee Deline tent taxes on real and personal property assessed for year 1944. Assessed int. No. Owner blk. Lot Street 591 Clarence Ramsey gun. 6 it. 4 Globe 1019 capital Barber shop personal 1046 Campbell Crockett. 7, 31 Dunbar 1556 r. Hea Esgar personal 2167a h. C. Bus line . Pub. Util. 2138 Stewart Highby personal 2142 Walter g. Holmes personal 2264a Jones Brothers . Pub. Util 3249 l. F. Mcconnell personal 3799 j. L. Shelley 78, 9-10 Myrtle 4060b Star transport co., . Pub. Util 4215 trustees of Young men s Industrial club Block 8, lot 30, Lincoln 4395 Nora White 8, 6, Perry value taxes pen. Total 260.00 5.85 3.28 9.13 400.00 98.00 205.00 306.00 128.00 90.00 403.00 62.38 9.00 2.20 4.61 4.66 2.88 2.02 22.52 9.07 54.83 1.40 5.04 1.23 2.58 2.61 1.61 1.13 12.61 5.08 30.70 .78 98.00 195.00 14.04 3.43 7.19 7.2 4.49 3.15 35.13 14.15 85.53 2.18 3.43 6.85 2.20 1.23 4.39 2.46 4463 wince Ethel Walls 8, 17 19 Lincoln 292.00 6.57 3 68 4473c workmen s transit co., Tetil. 500.00 11.25 6 30 delinquent taxes on real and personal property assessed for year 1945 624 Clarence Damsey gun. 6 it. 4 Globe 260.00 5.85 2.62 8 47 950 Elsie Collins 10, 9 14 10 Short 227.00 1055 Campbell Crockett 7, 31, Dunbar 98.00 1249 m. B. Conviser personal 100 00 1261b Carter Valley bus line Utu. 333.33 army May Boyle deepest cuts by Hal Boyle new York in Ernie Pyle budget on. The Din of the second world War is dying in the distance of the world wheels on to Washington the woes and wars and new May be hardest hit. Of the armed forces when budget of the heroes of the ers Start putting Down appropriations for the fiscal year starting next july conflict Are slowly being forgotten. But Ernie Pyle the Man has become a legend and defense department Money experts cautioned that this years have put no tarnish on the Luster of his name and not be decided definitely until the joint chiefs of staff submit their estimates of the size of forces and types of operations needed for the year. That now overdue is expected within the next week or people in thousands of Homes across America still cherish scrapbooks in which they pasted his stories and they still get them out and read them. Why Are they so Loyal to him however those familiar years after his death i policy thinking say that All three services army Navy and air Force still Are Secretary of defense Wilson has explained this Means that they have backlogs of appropriated Money which can t be used up in paying for deliveries of equipment for a year or several years. Wilson told reporters last it is because he was so Loyal to them and their sons Brothers fathers or sweethearts in uniform during his lifetime. He was the greatest typewriter tourist guide in history. Nobody before him or since has Ever been Able to take the Home folks by the heart and Lead them up to the front and realize the hell referring to the current loved ones were going that we had Over financing the air not any a National newspaper week about monday they put up he also said that in plaque at his old school in the estimate for the next University in his Mem year All military Ernie became the ninth of tons would be assembled famous newspaper when we get the answer so honoured by Sigma Delta it will be just As surprising As professional journalistic Fra was last year when All the seemed to be on the air old Friend Gen Omar Nel Al Sec. Accuses press of covering up big go mess Louisville by. Yaj the Secretary treasurer of the Amer ican federation of labor accuses the press of a great cover up for the Republican mess in William f. Schnitzler asserted ceremony honouring himself. Press with a few exceptions son Bradley paid him tribute in the main address and Ernie would have liked that. But if Pyle the Little Man who was t there could have heard the Praise he would probably have chuckled later in the general s ear Brad you re never going to get anywhere until you pull yourself together and learn to quit telling such for Ernie would t have been Able to keep his elfin face sober at the ceremony particularly a 2031 v. R. Hoppes 5, 5, Elizabeth 1300.00 2141 George Bowden 7, 23-24 Dunbar 195.00 2170 Walter g. Holmes personal 90.00 2256 mrs. Bettie Johnson 8, 7, Dorothy 97.00 2291 Jones Brothers util. 2001.70 3346 a. L. Oesterle personal 354.00 3702 r. M. Rice personal 2450.00 3827 j. L. Shelly 78, 9-10, Myrtle 2502.00 3984 s. E. Smith 5, 26, Highland 2080.00 4095 sportsman s place personal 600.00 4108 e. B. Staten personal 35.00 4366 Prentice f. Taylor 4, 19, Carver 97.00 4270 trustees of Young men s Industrial club 8, 30, Lincoln 98.00 4478 Nora White 8, 6, Perry 195.00 4524 wince Ethel Walls 8, 17 19 Lincoln 292.00 5.11 2.20 2.25 7.50 29.25 4.39 2.02 2.18 45.04 7.96 55.12 56.29 46.80 13.50 .79 3.18 2.20 4.39 6.57 2.25 .97 .99 3.30 12.77 1.93 .96 19.82 3.50 24.25 24.77 20.59 5.94 .35 .96 .97 1.93 2.89 order of publication to All property owners owing delinquent assess ments to the City of Kingsport a municipal corporation in Sullivan county Tennessee City of Kingsport is b. C. Spears it als in the chancery court at Kingsport Tennessee in this chancery cause to enforce the Lien for Street assess ments Etc., due the City of Kingsport a municipality for the assessments levied in the years 1936 to 1939 inclusive. Are years 1940, 1941, 1945 and 1946, and it appearing that some defendants Are non residents and Are not to be found As shown by the officer s return and some Are dead with unknown heirs publication is hereby made for All of said defendants their heirs personal representatives and assigns and they and each of them Ari therefore hereby required to appear on or before the third monday in october 1953, before the court or the clerk and master of said court at his office in Kingsport and make defense to the Bill filed against them in said court by the City of Kingsport a municipal corporation or otherwise the Bill will be taken As i confessed. It is further ordered that this notice be published for four consecutive weeks in the Kingsport times a newspaper published in the City of Kingsport Sullivan county Tennessee. All property owners Are requested to investigate and see that their property is Clear of Street or other improvement assessments Etc. For the years herein above indicated As the Lien for these assessments will be enforced As rapidly As possible and each piece of property will in brought to Sale to enforce the Lien Al Lowed the City of Kingsport by Law for the collection of said always thought people managed to make themselves look ridiculous on solemn bears Riding bicycles. Yet he had a vast sense of the True dignity of Man. For All his fun and warmth and sympathy his own Skinny 112-Pound Frame had an unshakeable dignity and All you had to do was to see the Pur pose in his Blue eyes to be aware of it. And that gave the real Power to his writing. Ernie Pyle was t the first re Porter to make a hero of the infantryman. He did much More than that. He was the first to make the nation aware of the immortal dignity of the dough boy who on every Battlefield in of keeps the stature of a Man the face of the indignities danger dirt and death hunger and hardship. To Ernie the infantryman was t a hero because he fought and killed the enemy. He was a higher hero one who endured suffering that would debase an animal and yet remained a human being still moved by love and pity and Charity. That made the doughboy a figure of awesome grandeur to Ernie and that is Ernie s great est he was Able to has dedicated itself proposition that the to the people should know Only what the lords of the press want them to know and should think Only what the lords of the press want them to the Al executive in a speech to the annual Kentucky federation of labor convention said the people who control the channels of communication Are lulling the people to sleep while the forces of Blind reaction entrench themselves in he said that if the incessant brain washing the press is giving the Public is not met with truth the majority of people in this country will be converted into the intellectual vessels of reaction and the Gullible follow ers of the most cynical oppor now stabilized Joys Humphrey new York up asserting there has been no runaway inflation since the administration lifted economic controls Secre tary of the Treasury Humphrey 7.36 3.17 3.24 10.80and to Makell Nerica def f me of the ritual height of the Soldier combat. And As he suffered with them he became taller too. Physician urges closer Check on in in children assessments Etc. The defendants and properties Are listed As follows 42.12 6.32 2.91 3.14 64.86 79 37 Deline tent Street assessments for which levies 8l06 were made in the years 1935 to 1939 inclusive 67.39 due Date int. On accrued 19.44 dates name Block lot Prin. Prin. Int. Total improvement District no. Street 3lu b. A Spears 76, 40 67.74 13.55 30.90 3 17 improvement District no. Street delinquent taxes on real and personal property assessed for year 1946 6.32 w. B. Greene 46, 12 9.46 w. B. Greene 46, 13 6.50 2.20 5.68 2.45 10.55 32.50 4.88 2.43 2.45 50.05 9.75 2.85 9.75 25.00 2.45 2.45 8.12 2.45 7.30 17.52 25.00 2.50 10.37 2.50 5.00 937 928 1092 1144 1209 260.00 228.00 98.00 333.00 715.00 3750.00 1430.00 195.00 130.00 2002.00 3.84 3.87 79.08 15.40 4.47 15.40 39.50 3.87 3.87 12.83 3.87 11.53 27.68 39.50 3.95 16.38 3.95 7.90 36.50 10.44 3.58 68.43 3.21 52.19 7.11 4.74 73.07 630 Emma Bishop 6, it. 4, Globe 260 00 780 Brown Transfer co., util. 88 00 1023 Elsie Collins 10. V2 10-9. Short 227.00 1122 Campbell Crockett 7, 31, Dunbar 9800 1032 Nannie Belle Cany 7, 13, Millpond 422 03 2036 v. R. Hoppes 5, 5, Elizabeth 1300.00 2161 Thompson Hendricks 7, 23-24, Dunbar 195 00 2280 Bettie Johnson 8, 7. Dorothy 97.00 2324a Jordon s truck line 98.00 2313 Jones Bros. Pub. Utu. Ass. 2002.00 2444 mrs. Garvey Ketron 5, 16, Globe 390 00 2860 Joe b. Miller . It. 35-36 roller St., lot 5-5a 228.00 2990 Martha Murray 8. 4-5-6, Dorothy 390.00 3098 Morgan trucking co. Pub. Util. Ass. 1000.00 4361 Prentice f. Taylor 4, 19, Carver 98.00 4364 trustees Young men s Industrial club 8, 30, Lincoln 98.00 636 Wiley Wright 5, it. 19 21, Spring 325.00 666 James w. Weaver 2, 24, Dunbar 98.00 668 wince Ethel Walls 8, Lincoln 292.00 798 c. B. Booth personal 701.00 791 Bussell Coal co., personal 1000.00 185 Corner Barber shop personal 100.00 159 Champion shoe shop personal 415.00 210 Irick Barber shop personal 100.00 382 Melvin Taylor s Barber shop personal 200.00 delinquent taxes on real and personal property assessed for year 1947 130 Allied Pittsburgh warehouse co., ass. 1000.00 25.00 676 Emma Bishop 6, it. 4, Globe 286 00 7 15 799 Milton Bond 7, 31, Dunbar 98.00 2 45 835 Bloomingdale bus line ass. 1875.00 46.87 Brown Transfer co., 88 00 2 20 James f. Williams it. 35-36, 3, roller 215.00 5 37 Elsie Collins 10, 10-9, Short 260 00 6 50 Clarence Phillips 2, 12, Park Vance 228.00 5.70 Ada Lee Collins 8, 48, Lincoln 98.00 2.45 1231 Carter county bus line ass. 1432 c. F. Dodson 8, 2, Park 1463a o. B. Darnell ass. 2141 v. R Hoppes 5, 5, Elizabeth 2272 Thompson Hendricks 7, 23-24, Dunbar 2390 Bettie Johnson 8, 7, Dorothy 2419 Jones Brothers pub. Util. Ass. 2436a Jordon s trucking line ass. 195 of 2566 mrs. Garvey Ketron 5, 16, Globe 429 00 2982 Joe b. Miller it. 35-36. 5a-5, roller 250.00 3115 Martha 8, 4-5-6, Dorothy 42900 3216 Morgan trucking co. Pub. Util. Ass. 2000.00 3240a Jack Morrison ass. 130 00 3318 a. G. Mcconnell 16, 2, Sullivan blvd. 3250 00 3387 a. L. Dewey Nelson 4, 1-2, it. 3, by 536.00 13.40 6.16 19.56 3388 Arthur Nelson 6, 4-5, Millpond 1300 00 32 50 14 95 47 45 3678a the Pullman co., . 1205.00 30.12 43 98 3866 Rock City bus line ass. 4494 r. C. Templeton 4, 11, Putman _ Riverside 1609.00 40.22 18.50 58.72 4519 Prentice f. Taylor 4, 19, Carver 98.00 2.45 1 13 3 58 4522 Eger St Turner 8, 17 to 19, Lincoln 293.00 7.32 3.37 10.69 4523 trustees of Young men s Industrial club 8, 30, Lincoln 98.00 2.45 1.13 3.58 4764 Wilbur Wyatt 8, 27, Dorothy 130.00 3.25 1.49 4 74 4794 Willy Wright 5, pts. 19-21 358.00 8.95 4.12 13 07 4818 James w. Weaver 2, 24, Dunbar 98.00 2.45 1.13 3.58 4883 t. B. Yancey jr., 116, 6 Oak Catawba 585.00 14.62 6.72 21.34 4762 mrs. Ruby Wilson 5, it. 5, Globe 429.00 10.72 4.93 15.65 4878 Enos Young 2, Dunbar 98.00 2.45 1.13 3.58 4765 Wilbur Wyatt 8, 28, Dorothy Alley 1073.00 26.82 12.34 39.16 127 Howard w. Archer personal 593.00 15.82 7.28 23.10 849 Bussell Coal co., personal 800.00 20.00 9.20 29.20 855 e. O. Breeding personal 865.00 21.62 9.95 31.57 859 c. B. Booth personal 701.00 17.52 8.06 25.58 871 h. A. Bransford personal 60.00 1.50 .69 2.19 1251 r. E. Chandler personal 245.00 6.12 2.82 8.94 1241 Champion shoe shop personal 400.00 10.00 4.60 14.60 1256 Jas. H. Cox personal 680.00 17.00 7.82 24182 1560 Robert Edward Edens personal 530.00 13.25 6.09 18.34 1918 g. P. Garner personal 820.00 20.50 9.43 29.93 2293 Hixon shoe shop Persona 300.00 7.50 3.45 10.95 2323 Irick Barber shop personal 100.00 2.50 1.16 3.65 2421 Carlones billiard parlor personal 600.00 15.00 6.90-21.90 3226 w. T. Mann personal 1050.00 26.25 12.0? 38.32 3413 Joe c. Neeley personal 215.00 5.37 2.47 7.84 Peacock Beauty shop personal 450.00 11.25 5.17 16.42 3873 Rose Marie Beauty shop personal 1000.00 25.00 11.50 36.50 4309 or. C. F. N. Schram personal 118.00 2.90 1.33 4.23 4540 Melvin Taylor Barber shop personal 200.00 5.00 2.30 7.30 4547 j. P. Thompson personal 1208.00 30.20 13.89 44.09 485s Arthur s. Wines personal 77.00 1.93 .88 2.80 this the 14th Day of september 1953. H. F. Bowler clerk mod master 8.32 17.87 62.50 35.75 4.87 3.25 50.05 4.87 10.72 3.13 10.72 50.00 3.25 81.25 13.40 32.50 30.12 1500.00 37.50 14.25 51.75 3.77 1.28 3.29 1.42 6.12 18.85 2.83 1.41 1.42 29.03 5.65 1.62 5.65 14.50 1.42 1.42 4.71 1.42 4.23 10.16 14.50 1.45 6.00 1.45 2.90 11.50, 3.29 1.13 21.56 1.01 2.47 2.39 2.62 1.13 3.83 8.22 28.75 16.44 2.24 1.49 23.02 2.24 4.93 1.41 4.93 23.00 1.49 w. B. Greene 46, 14 w. B. Greene 46, 15 w. B. Greene 46, 16 28.09 28.09 28.09 28.09 21.06 10.27 3.48 8.97 3.87 16.67 51 35 7 .7i i improvement District no. Street 4.22 4.22 4.22 4.22 2.53 6.92 6.92 6.92 6.92 4.30 39.23 39.23 39.23 39.23 27.89 Miami by Frank Caret general declines in tuberculosis sickness and death rates have thrown Many children s doctors off their guard against the danger of to in infants a Richmond va., physician declared today. Or. Edwin l. Kendigjr. Of the medical College of Virginia at Richmond charged that Many paediatricians Are guilty of some actual neglect to test All in improvement District no. Avenue Clyde w. Hawk 185, 31 6.08 improvement District no. Street Myrtle Pyle 2, 11 9.15 2.55 4.40 13.03 been in a speech prepared for the 100th anniversary dinner of the new York Clearing House Humphrey said the Cost of living in the past year has increased Only six tenths of one per cent. In contrast he said there was a 30 per cent jump averaging six per cent a year from 1946 to 1951. Admitting that each Small monthly increase even of one tenth of one per cent sets a new record in the Cost of living he said lie believed the announce ments of record highs have been improperly famous Washington Oil heat lbs pm in tin Tetrau of Cari Taf a Torch Anderson of. 1.10 1.79 s. D. Brandon 95, 16 21.65 5.18 8.22 improvement District no. Road Elizabeth and Dorothy streets w. B. Bacon 3 5 33.71 5.06 Ruby Walton Wilson 5, it. 15 27.11 8.11 mrs. Opan Bacon 5, it. 15 and 16 30.12 8.11 Garvey Ketron 5, it. 16 29.88 8.07 Clarence Ramsey gun. 6, it. 4 5.38 10.68 12.44 50.67 12.34 50.29 facts for possible tuberculosis. He told the opening general session of the 22nd annual meet ing of the american Academy of paediatrics Aap in the Early Days of paediatrics there was much tuberculosis in this coun cry and All cans were constantly aware of i 12.04 j the disease and Alert to its pos i sible presence in All Ages and 35.05 economic Levels of society. I in recent years the decline in tuberculosis morbidity and mor 44.15 Talvity rates has led to some i faulty thinking and some actual 45.90 1 neglect on the part of Many practising declaring that tuberculosis Down delivers Mirant cd practice piano 38.00 6.53 6.53 Martha Murray 8, 4 Martha Murray 8, 5 Martha Murray 8, 8 19.61 Bettie Johnson 8, 7 32.69 Lorene Taylor 8 37 8.17 Hattie a. Ramsey 9, 12 32.69 s. H. Short 4, 1 12.41 Nora White 8, 6 Mary Myers 8, 9 38.93 35.59 10.26 .59 .59 6.48 8.83 .74 8.82 1.49 10.50 9.64 15.71 .54 .54 8.8s 13.53 .68 13.54 1.49 16.10 14.73 63.97 7.66 7.66 34.95 55.05 9.59 55.05 15.39 65.53 59.96 delinquent Street assessments for which levies were made in the years 1940, 1941, 1945 and 1946 due Date int. On accrued dates name Block lot Prin. Prin. Improvement District no. And Dorothy int. Total s is Roy Ketron 8, 3 8.89 Martha Murray 8, 4 26.71 mrs. Martha Murray 8, 5 44.53 mrs. Martha Murray 8, 6 80.17 91.25 Rene Barnett 8, 7 89.08 Gid Bray 8, 49 13.48 Hattie a. Ramey 9, 12 89.09 John o Dea 8, 27 17.82 John o Dea 8, 28 17.82 7.11 15.65 4.54 15.65 73.00 4.74 37.37 118.62 .53 3.20 8.01 24.05 24.05 .81 24.05 3.74 3.74 improvement District no. Carver Dunbar Lincoln t. M. Means 2, 1 44.70 Luther Thompson 2, 5 86.56 Enos Young 2, 13 James w. Williams 2, 24 268.25 babe Hunter 3, 19 104.79 will Kinchloe 4, 8 73.59 will Kinchloe 4, 9 85.86 prentes Taylor 101.00 Gladys Blye 4, 20 101.00 John Cox and Cora 5, 15 115.43 Viola Summers 7, 2 14.43 George Cooper 7, 4 101.00 Alphard c. Smith 7, 7 144.29 George Bowden 7, 23 129.86 George Bowden 7, 24 129.86 Elouise Long 7, 25 28.86 Milton Bond 7, 31 144.29 Walter h. Redd 7, 34 105.55 Eger St Turner 8, 17 22.52 Eger St Turner 8, 18 22.52 Eger St Turner 8, 19 22.52 Young men s Industrial club 8, 30 2.68 18.17 120.81 56.43 22-.00 15.45 20.60 24.24 24.24 37.23 1.73 26.84 38.96 38.96 38.96 11.25 38.96 22.18 5.42 5.42 5.42 e. B. Collins 8, 31 Ada Lee Collins 8, 33 Ada Lee Collins 8, 48 improvement District no. Street 42.89 30.63 12.24 18.37 10.66 5.51 1.34 2.20 Roy Price 2, 15 24.05 Ollie m. Smallwood 4, 2 30.14 Joe Ball 4, 7 15.31 improvement District no. R. C. Templeton 4, 11 131.28 Lillian b. Duncan 7, 2 12.24 improvement District no. Street Wiley e. Wright 5, it. 19 37.40 Wiley e. Wright 5, it. 21 5.50 Willie Light 63.63 2.16 2.71 .92 39.39 .73 Thia the 14th Day of september 1953. 9-15-tt .94 4.85 11.88 37.37 43.07 1.43 43.07 5.40 5.40 1.90 20.81 182.08 64.51 25.21 17.68 24.65 29.01 29.01 48.77 1.62 33.59 58.76 50.39 50.39 14.87 58.76 25.37 6.47 6.47 6.47 12.30 6.01 .95 2.11 1.87 2.33 .65 50.98 .52 14.40 2.12 24.50 10.36 34.76 64.42 141.59 156.20 15.72 156.21 26.96 26.96 infection in infancy carries a grave Outlook and that Earli est possible detection provides the Best Hope of Success the doctor urged Universal use of the tuberculin test on All new patients More than a few months of age. He said he had sent a questionnaire to practising paediatricians and the an Swers revealed that Only 55.5 per cent employ the tuberculin test routinely and that 21 per cent of those who do employ the test do so after the age of three years too late to be of maximum shooting mishap hospitalized 61 a 20-year-old fall Branch Soldier Home on leave Accident ally shot himself in the foot monday while Hunting near his Home. Holston Valley Community Hospital attendants said the Man Paul Mullins was treated for a gunshot wound in the foot and was sent to the a Hospital i. E. W. Some of. Eugcnia. 49.28 125.54 749.98 389.19 152.00 106.72 at Johnson City. 131.111 Mullins told attendants that 154.25 he was attempting to shoot a 154.25 i Snake. I How or. Sommers conquered mom Hood i was always tired Down in weight and Ner Vous. After taking . I gained ibs. And really Don t seem tired after a Day s Why put up with , Pep less nervous existence due to Low blood court when you too can gain nov Pep new Joy in living like or. Sommers Start taking . Tonic doctors hits Piovia t. S. S. Helps you two ways 1 increases the number of red blood cells thus building k1ch, bed Power packed by fwd 2 stimulates the flow of vital digestive juice thus improving digestion save i buy the Large family size bottle at All drug counters. Costs Only a few cents a Day utisf4ctwk our Heb n a Miffy Uci is sonic in tonks pm och 12j moving Call 948 Tom still Transfer co. Am Conditi Roeii puking on Picman Duff loom All 5 Tjit Mode moderate rates Jet Milf Fitt tic Momm m 3zm St. Loans on your signature Only compare save Cash you provision for you provi Liob . 10.00 16.00 532.44 939.60 34.00 60.00 other amounts up to Phon 3760 today Community finance Thrift corp. 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