The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, August 18, 1956, Page 5, Image 5

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MAN INJURES AT WORK
Bernard Scharback, 3485 Neff
Ave., received a-three-inch fore
head laceration when (truck by
piece o( bark about 10 a.m. Friday
while working at Oregon Pulp and
Paper's South Commercial Street
plant, city first aidmen reported.
Scharback was taken to Salem
General Hospital for stitches, aid
men said. '
WIEMALS DAY NURSKRY .
' Parents wishing care for children
going to Grant, Garfield or St. Jo
1 soph Schools before or after
school. Reg. now, Ph. 2 .1015. (adv)
ROOF now before the fall rush. No
dn. pm't., up to 36 mos. to pav.
Call Malhis Bros. 4 8831, (adv)
UF Campaign
Mapped Out by
Phone Firm
Plans for what probably is to
be Salem's first campaign in a
Liral business firm in the current
United Ftind drive were laid Fri
day when employes of the Salem
office of the Pacific Telephone
and Telegraph Co. met.
The 400 telephone employes in
this area will open their solicita
tion drive on Aug. 27. They hope
to have it completed by the time
. the regular Salem drive opens of
ficially on Sept. 19.
Telephone employe leaders un
der Los Dunton, chairman of the
Telephone Employes Activities As
sociation, sponsoring group, met
to discuss plans for the drive.
Guest speakers were Otto Wil
son and Claude A. Kells, United
Fund officials, and Tom Batchel
der, telephone company employe
and a member of the UF board
of directors.
Harrisburg Man
Waives Hearing
On Check Charge
George Kreig, 22, Harrisburg,
was bound over to the Marion
County grand jury after waiving
a preliminary hearing Friday on
a charge of attempting to obtain
money by false pretenses.
City police arrested Kreig
Thursday on a charge involving
a $.12 check. District Judge Ed
ward 0. Stadter set bail at 500.
Public
Records
CIRCUIT COURT
Arch L. Wilson s Jack L. Smith
and Carol Jean Smith: Civil suit
based on traffic accident; plaintiff
asks judgment for $5,500. .
Olga Kachaturian vs John Vai
gen Kachaturian: Plaintiff's com
plaint for divorce charges cruel
and inhuman treatment and asks
fnr custody and 1200 monthly sup
port for four minor children, and
I approval of a certain property
stipulation. Married June 14, 1945,
at Los Angeles, Calif.
PROBATE COURT
Alice E. Poisal estate: Estate
decreed settled, and executrix dis
charged. Christopher Butte estate: Order
sets Sept. 20, 195A. as date for
hearing estate's final account.
DISTRICT COURT
Raymond Clarence Bashor, Port
land, bound over to the grand jury
after a preliminary hearing on a
charge of burglary not in a dwell
ing. Bail set at 1.000.
Glen Hall, Woodburn, fined $.t0
after pleading guilty to charge of
operating a livestock auction mar-
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by a qualified veterinarian.
George Kreig. Harrisburg, bound
over to the grand jury after waiv
ing a preliminary hearing on a
Charge of attempting to obtain
money by false pretenses. Bail set
at 1500.
MARRIAGE APPLICATIONS
Dean Lowell Quamme, 21. stu
dent, 1299 Saginaw St., and Eliza
beth Ann Jones, 20, student, 495
N. 21st St., both of Salem.
Eugene W. Goertzen, ?tl, student,
79.) Piedmont St., and Suzanne
June Ratzlaff, 19, clerk, 385 N.
Winter St., both of Salem.
William T. Lux, 20, Air Force,
. J 7Ata 13 a I'm B IS tiiHant
both of Silverton.
Merrit Waltz, 68. retired farmer,
and Frances Standley, 60, both of
Raker.
Horse Show
By County 4-H
By LII.I.IE I.. MADSEN ,
Farm Editor, The gtatesmaa
There's going to be a horse
show, starting at 10 o'clock this
morning at the Oregon State Fair
grounds, Some 40 head of horses
will be entered.
This is the first such event put
on by the Marion County 4-H
Saddle Horse Club. There are 40
members in the club. A n t h o 1
Rincy, Marion ' County extension
agent, said Friday he understood
that all of the" 40 members
planned to take part in the day's
activities. All 22 members from
the Sunset Rider Club of Aums-ville-Macleay
area have indicated
they will be there. Their leaders
are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Trada
and Mrs. Sam Miller.
. The Night Riders Club of Au-rnra-Hubbard
Woodburn area, led
by Omar Walker and C. Z.
Homes, will have 14 members tak
ing part. Three members from the
Silver Falls Livestock Club of Sil
ver Crest, in the Silverton area,
ten tairi thrv'rf he nut. Hilman
Lovlien is the leader here.
Four Trophies
, The group 'H compete for four
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STREET DANCE SET
, - Several Salem area square dance
clubs will sponsor a public street
dance on Shangrila Avenue Sun
! day night at 7 o'clock. A picnic for
I families in the neighborhood will
start at 1 p.m. there. The street
'will be roped off for the' square
dance.;
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Fur restyling. Give your Furs a
new lease on life at Lachelle's
1348 Ferry. (adv)
Elds Picnic. Sun.. Aug. 19th, Green
Oak Park, Turner. tadv)
FIREMEN TO ATTEND MEET
Salem Fire Department Captain
Donald Reinke will attend a special
Northwest oil fire control school to
be held In Tacoma, Wash., Sept.
14-15, it was announced Friday.
The two-day session will include
classroom instruction and actual
fire fighting demonstrations.
Let It Rain, let it shine. Everyday
is a gooa aay to use want Ads.
ladv)
Do you know that Niagara Weight
control plan Is a successful sound
medically approved plan for loosing
weight It inches? Free literature.
Ph. 4-2890. ' . , tadv)
INDOOR SPORTS CLUB
A picnic dinner for members and
friends of the Indoor Sports Club
is planned for 1:30 p.m. Sunday at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Minor
Lewis. 1310 S. 13th St. There will
be entertainment, and all are asked
to' bring their own table service.
Now Now Now
Moore Heat Inc., 430 S. Church St.,
Electro Ray Baseboard heat to Sa
lem at vicinity.
4-Corneri Bar-B-Q Western
Jamboree, Sun. Aug. 26th. Pur
chase dinner tickets at 4-Corner
Business houses. Adult $1.25 Child
ren 75c. (adv.)
WOODBURN MAN ARRESTED
Wesley H. Kocher, Woodburn,
was arrested in the 1000 block of
Broadway Street about 1 a.m. Fri
day on a charge of driving while
intoxicated, city police reported.
Kocher posted bail of $250. Trial
was set for Sept. . .
Dental pistes repaired while you
wait at Painless Parker Dentist,
125 N. Liberty, Salem. (adv.)
Unsightly facial hair removed
safely, permanently. Price's Beau
ty Salon. Ph. 3-5859. (adv.)
FAMILY PICNIC SET
Members of the Harold familv
In Salem and Stayton will gather
in Stayton City Park Sunday at
12:30 p.m. for a family picnic,
Clifford Harold, chairman of this
year's reunion, announced Friday.
10 discount on all Christmas
Card Purchases made before Sep
tember 1, 1958.
STATESMAN PUBLISHING CO
280 N. Church St. Ph. 4-6811, ext. 73
Court apartment now have S furn.
2 bdrm. apartments at $55. Ph.
3-7440.
Livestock Market
Operator Fined
A Woodburn man was fined $50
Friday in District Court after
pleading guilty to a charge of
operating a livestock auction mar
ket and selling livestock without
first having them tested by a
qualified veterinarian.
Glen Hall, 61, operator of the
Woodburn Auction Barn was ar
rested on the charge Thursday.
The charge involved the sale of
some Jersey cows, sheep, goats
and swine. v
Births
BERGMAN To Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bergman. 3895 Dakota Rd.,
a son, Friday, Aug. 17, at Salem
General Hospital.
CANDELL To Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Candell, 4324 Market St., a
daughter, Friday, Aug. 17, at Sa
lem General Hospital. '
SCHICK-To Mr. and Mrs. Ger
ald Schick, 3685 Duplex St., a
daughter, Friday, Aug. 17, at Sa
lem General Hospital.
LL'TZ To Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Lutz, 980 Hansen Ave., a son, Fri
day, Aug. 17, at Salem General
Hospital.
IIUNTER-To Mr. and Mrs. Billy
Hunter. Scio, a daughter, Friday,
Aug. 17, at Salem General Hospi
tal. Slated Today
Saddle Club
new trophies in the events. Jack
son Jewelers and Robert B. Sears
are providing the two trophies for
the winners in the horse show
manship classes. In this the mem
bers will compete in two groups,
according to age and years of ex
perience in the 4-H project.
Judge Rex Hartley and Miss
Ursula A. Mathias are donors ot
trophies to go to the winners in
the Horsemanship classes.
OSC Judge
Judging of the individual ani
mals for conformation , is first on
the agenda. This will get under
way at 10 this morning with Al
Oliver, Oregon State College, as
judge. .
The judging of the members'
ability to show their horses at
halter will begin rig' ' after lunch,
probably at 1 p.m., Riney said.
This will be followed by the horse
manship classes which measure
the ability of the member and the
horse to work together as a team
in various maneuvers and gaits.
The show is expected to be com
pleted around 3:30 or 4 p.m. and
the public is invited to view nil
or any part.l,Therewis no admis
sion charge.
Playground
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Joan Reynold!, tee Apartments, (foreground) if shown putting on puppet show for "class
mates" at the Garfield summer playground "School." Playschools throughout the city will
close Aug 24. (Statesman Photo)
Playgrounds on Parade
Garfield Playschool Group
Constructs Indian Village
By BARBARA BONIFACE
Playgrouad Reporter
An Indian village featuring tee
pees, canoes and landscaping
made entirely of colored construc
tion paper is a recent project of
Garfield playground youngsters.
Such an activity was made pos
sible by the small attendance of
approximately 16 youngsters per
day.
With these few children all aver-
KTofCGroup"";
En Route to
Convention
An Oregon Knights of Columbus
delegation, led by Fred Schwab,
Mt. Angel, newly - elected state
deputy, are en route this weekend
for the Catholic order's national
convention in Detroit, Mich.
The four-day convention will
open Monday.
Officials in the delegation in
clude Michael Hint, Tigard, and
Dr. F. A. Reiling. Eugene, both
past state deputies. Insurance
delegates include William Ely,
Klamath Falls, and Carl Kedel
beck. Cottage Grove.
Associate delegates are A. L.
Elvin, Salem, Northwest general
insurance agent for the supreme
office; Rose Coleman, St. Paul,
and Ed Zielaskowski, St. Helens.
Reserve Unit
Ends Training
Salem's Third 155mm Gun Bat
tery returns home , this weekend
from its two weeks annual sum
mer field training at Camp
Pendleton, Calif.
Sgt. George Settlemier, 1825
Waller St., led the Marine Re
serve unit in Ml rifle firing with
a score of 233 out of 250 possible
points. Battery average was 82
per cent.
The men visited Los Angeles,
Hollywood and San Diego, Calif.,
on the weekend before leaving the
coast for the Mojave Desert train
ing site at Twentynine Palms.
Discrimination in
Job Holding Said
Down in Oregon
Discrimination in employment
has been reduced greatly in Ore
gon in the past six months, Mark
A. Smith, state Fair Employment
Practices administrator, reported
Thursday.
He gave his report in Portland
to the states FEP committee,
which advises State Labor Com
missioner Norman O. Nilsen on
enforcement of the FEP law,
Smith noted particular advance
in opportunities for apprenticeship
training and the opening of skilled
jobs to, Negroes and other mem
bers of minority groups.
Th e committee commended
labor unions for their help in the
areas of civil rights and fair em
ployment.
Police Locate
Missing Car
A 1930 Ford coupe, reportedly
stolen from South River Road
Thursday, was recovered Friday
about four miles south of Salem on
the Hall's Ferry Road, the Marion
County sheriff's o'ffice reported.
, David Kauffman. Salem Route 4,
told stale police that fie left the
car on South River Road near !
Crosian Creek Road Thursday
morning. When he returned later
in the day it was gone, he "said.
SALEM MAN ILL '
Fred Hollett, 78S N. 17th, St.,
was taken to Salem General Hos
pital about 3 4(1 p.m. Friday after
he became ill nt the Oregon state
fairgrounds. Willamette Ambulance
Service attendants reported. Hos
pital attendants said Hollett was
in good condition. He was sched
uled to remain overnight for observation.
Youngsters Enjoy Puppets
AV
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y
aging 4-7 years of age, a group
cooperation was cultivated bring
ing rewards of attractive, com
pleted projects.
Supervisor to the youngsters at
tending playschool at Garfield
elementary school is Shirley
Crothers, a senior in education at
Lewis and Clark.
With such a small number at
tending, the hour of story telling
is most enjoyed. Frequently some
of the children with more vivid
imaginations offer rijinalstorie$
to their playmates.
Many hours are passing in the
playing of "trades," a pantomime
game similar to charades.
Jump rope and dodge ball are
the choices for free play on the
school grounds. Unlike a majority
of the other playgrounds baseball
is not a featured sport owing to
the scarcity of older children.
Dabble la Paint
During the time of day aft aside
for arts and crafts, the children
dabble in paint, make plaster of
paris figurines, fashion dolls from
newspapers and construct lanterns
and miniature objects from color
ed paper.
Those children who regularly at
tend playschool are Joan Rey
nolds, Lana Bukart, Dean and
Ivan Johnson, Carol and Connie
Johansen, Dennis and Marlene
Surface, Dougie' and Jerry Fore
man, Billy, David, Alan and Dick
Voves, Candy and Clark Cox and
Sharon Beardsley.
Plaa Huats
An occasional diversion from the
usual activities of the playground
occur when the children plan
"hunts," which are usually for
some "prize" one of the youngsters
has brought. A recent hunt feat
ured cookies which were hidden
among the trees surrounding the
school grounds.
Children have approximately
one more week of play school for
the closing date has been set for
August 24. .
Lad Thrown
From Truck
Stilrimma Mr- Sertlrt
INDEPENDENCE - An Albany
youth received a head injury and
arm and leg bruises here Friday
when he was thrown over the cab
of a truck into the street.
Police said Larrv McMackin, 17,
of 135 N, Onyx St.. Albany, was
riding in a truck operated by Ralph
Garland Maker, 1865 Beech Ave.,
Salem, Ore., when the vehicle
stopped suddenly to avoid a bicy
cle rider.
McMackin flew over the top of
the truck into the street, officers
reported. He was taken to Salem
General Hospital by Willamette
Ambulance service. Hospital at
tendants said his injuries were not
serious.
The accident occurred about
p.m. at 3rd and C streets, police
said.
Mrs. Ncnens
Rites Today
Funeral services for Mrs. Clau
dia H. Neuens, 2510 Maple St., will
be held today at 10:30 a m. in the
chapel ot the Virgil T. Golden
funeral home, the Rev. John B.
MacDonald officiating.
Mrs. Neuens, 68, died Wednes
day at a Salem hospital. She was
born April 19, 1890, in Dallas, the
daughter of Chester G. and Jennie
R. Coad. She attended the Dallas
schools and was a member of the
Presbyterian Church and Almira
Rebekah Lodge.
Interment' will be at Belcrest
Memorial Park.
Bean Pickers
Wanted Immediately
Ses
In Today V Classified Section
(Processors Bean Committee)
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6 Salem Men
To Prosecute
Vice Cases
Six Salem men were included
among the 15 attorneys named
Friday by Atty. Gen. Robert Y.
Thornton to prosecute the Multno
mah County vice cases.
Five of the six are assistant at
torney generals. A Sweet Home
attorney also was named.
The cases they will prosecute
and the attorneys' names are:
Thomas E. Maloney. Joseph Mc
Laghlin and WiUij-mM.
Langley cases: Asst. Atty. Gen."
Leonard I. Lindas, former Clacka
mas County district attorney;
Ralph C. W. Wyckoff. former as
sistant attorney general, and Asst.
Atty. Gen. Peter S. Herman.
Police perjury cases: Asst. Atty.
Gen. Walter J. Apley, former dep
uty district attorney ot Clackamas
County, and Asst. Atty. Gen. Lloyd
G. llammcl.
Portland E-R Center case: Asst.
Atty. John D. Nichols. .
James Purcell case: Harold W.
Adams, Sweet Home, former spe
cial assistant attorney general.
Other appointments were made
for prosecuting the pinball and
call-girl cases. Thornton is still to
appoint attorneys to handle cases
involving bootlegging, bawdy
houses and wiretapping.
Dan M. Dibble, Portland lawyer
who was a Multnomah County dep
uty district attorney for several
years, will serve as coordinator of
prosecutions.
Ideas Asked
For Care of
Aged Persons
Gov. Elmo Smith asked Friday
for ideas on how to solve the ever
increasing problem of caring for
old people.
He said the State Welfare Com
mission is having to care for
many old p e o p 1 e In nursing
homes.
Dr. Dean K. Brooks, superinten
dent of the Oregon State Hospital,
said the hospital has to admit old
people at the expense of treating
younger patients.
The Governor asked for a solu
tion at a conference attended by
Dr. Brooks: Mrs. Loa Howard
Masont State Public Welfare ad
ministrator; Dr. Gordon C. Ed
wards, acting State Health Offi
cer; and Dr. Willard J. Stone,
Salem, president of the County
Health Officers Association.
Stale Road Wrecks
Over 1935 Figure
Oregon had 29,699 traffic accl
dents in the first six months of
this year, or 112 more than in the
first half of last year, the State
traffic safety division reported
Friday.
There were 7,313 persons In
jured during the period, which is
about the same as last year's
figure.
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Elvis Presley Top
Idol of Teenagers
By EVE STARR
HOIXYWOOD - STARR RE
PORT: Elvis' Presley will no
doubt be the King of Rock and
Roll just as .
surely as Eddie
Fisher was
named King of
the Crooners of
1954. If those
millions of teen
agers have
their say. Lat-
e s t reports .7 1
from "Quest." gZr
the newsletter
of the magazine world, regard
the youth from Tennessee as the
current crush and idol of girls -between
the ages of 13 and 18.
Jimmy Dean was and still Is!
Idolized In the same way .This,
in abort, means that there will be
more demand for pictures and
stories about '.'The Pelvic" in the
hundreds of fan magazines in the
coming months than for any other
singer. Eddie Fisher barely
squeezed through their top rating.
And Bing Crosby was hardly men
tioned in their poll.
This is significant of show busi
ness, tour months ago Elvis
played the popular New Frontier
Hotel in Las Vegas and people
"stayed away" in droves. The
management cried and was heard
to say. I like this singer, but
the crowd we cater to just doesn't
dig his rock and roll. The people
are complaining that it looks vul
gar." Now along remes Ed Sullivan
aod offers this Tennessee yeaag-
sler, karrly tut t als teeas, a
fast $5,Mt far three appearances,
wllk Ike first to he Salllvaa's
Sept. f shew sad twa them
spaced eight weeks apart.' Sulli
van, ih has foaad aad braaght
more talent to his shew than aay
ther sui la the hasiaess, keeps
his ear as well as a gM4l eye an
the entertainment pulse af the
aatlaa. Elvis happened to be ap
pearing aa the "Steve Allea
Shaw," just a dial tore away.
That uemarable night Allen's rat
ings surpassed thaee if Salllvaa's,
rara aceasloa and aae reserved
Ur. Marti and Lewis aaly.
Rock'n'Roll
Lover Raids
Record Stack
A thief with a taste for two-beat
music made off with 120 rock 'n'
roll records here early Friday
morning.
Police said the records, valued
at $120, were taken from a garage
at the Wallace D. Gibson residence,
193 McNary Ave.
Also missing are six baseball
posters, officers said. Half a tank
of gasoline was siphoned from the
uibson car. ... ...
Six bottles of beer, one emntv.
were left in the garage. Police
said the theft apparently occurred
between 12:30 and 1:30 a.m. Fri
day.
City to Open
Bridce Bids
Bids on construction of a con
crete bridge on South 25th Street
crossing Mill Creek and widening
of the South 12th Street bridge
crossing Pringle Creek will be
opened 10 a.m. Aug. 27. Salem
City Engineer J. Harold Davis an
nounced Friday.
Bids will be received until a
half hour before opening time.
The new bridge is one of four
made possible in Salem by a f 140.
000 bond issue voted in the May
election. Contracts have been let
for bridges on High and I.ee
streets crossing Shelton Ditch and
on North 14th Street crossing Mill
Creek.
The 12th Street project is neces
sitated by the present widening of
the street from Union Street south
to the city limits.
CARD OF THANKS
The kindness It sympathy of neigh
bors k friends in our recent sor
row will always remain with us
a precious memory. Our sincere
thanks k gratitude for all those
comforting acts. Mrs. John H.
Ingram, Mrs. Let a Netigart. Myrtle
Ingram. (adv.)
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In a column last month I men
tioned that Presley was "A young
lad that badly needs a haircut,
has very little genuine talent, but
who nevertheless is enjoying a
freak wave of publicity, most ot
it bad." I received a great deal of
mail, pro and con, for which I am
grateful, aa I am always inter
ested in the opinion of readers.
But I must admit that while I
may not enjoy the Presley bumps
and grinds. Elvis has found mil
lions that do.
There seems te be aa length to
whlrh the rock and roll enthus
iasts will not ge la arder to Hate
to their Idol, la altawa. Canada,
whra parents refused to allow
their children to listea to the
i famous grunts nd groans, tea
bays and ten girls hid la a vacant
srhoal building that had the win
Giannel Quickies
By BIL KEANE
dews boarded, jtf. tfortunalelyTt
rresiey s voire carried Ihreagh
mere stone and weed aat a pass
ing policemaa eame la to send
the youngsters heme.
The appeal of Presley cannot be
denied any more than that of
Frank Sinatra or Liberace. both
having proved themselves re
markable talents. Presley's pub
licity today is somewhat reminis
cent of both personalities during
their earlier struggles for recogni
tion, wvis seems to have what
millions of teenagers want. His
rhythmic singing and the rock
and roll craze may be the answer.
Liberace s famous line when he
was being criticized in print was,
"I cried all the way to the bank."
At the rata Elvis Presley is going.
he'll be rocking and rolling all the
way to rort Knox.
' (Copyright J5,
'General Features Corp.)
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SUNDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS
KPTV SUNDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS (CHANNEL $7)1
S:M a.m. Meet the Press Republican National Committee Chair
man Leonard W. Hall will be interviewed.
$:M a.ro.-AUoa Hour-"The
thau and Kathleen Maguire star in
level. .
1:M p.m National Bowling
competes against the August 12 winner, .Fazie has scored Is perfect
games during his career. ;
1(:M p.m Sunday Star Time
ring Douglas Fairbanks and Binnie
KOIN-TV SUNDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS
I:N a.m. Fare the Nation Thomas E. Dewev will face a Band
of newsmen at San Francisco.
1:N p.m. Armchair Theatre
O'Brien, Wayne Morris, Dolores Moran.
" $:M p.m. G.E. Theatre '-Try
gan and Kim Hunter. A detective
wife a prime suspect in case of
19:1 a.m. First Run Theatre
Pier Angeli and Vittorio De Sica. ,
KLOR-TV SUNDAY'S HIGHLIGHTS
12:M Naaa Campaign Roundup
writers present region-by-region reports.
ll:M am. College Press Conference-Four eolleie students auese
tion Governor Arthur B. Langlie
McKcidin of Maryland and Henry
:M a.m. Reporters' Roundup
and Senator L. Neuberger. Democrat of Oregon.
7:M p.m. Famous Film Festival "Ivory Hunter, starring An
thony Steel and Dinah Sheridan. The story of a game warden who sets
out against great odds to establish wild animal sanctuaries. -
: n.m Coronet Theatre "So,
ry Morgan with Rudy Valle, Hugh
ences ot a couple of small town
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