Capital journal. (Salem, Or.) 1919-1980, May 02, 1949, Page 5, Image 5

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Drunken Driver Fined I2S(
Marvin E. Mattson, 940 Acade
my, wai fined $250 and had hii
driver's license revoked for a
year by police court Monday
for driving under the influence
of intoxicating liquor. Mattion
mi spotted by a police prowl
car after his auto smashed over
a light standard on a safety is
land located on Silverton road
at the intersection of Portland
road. He was trailed and finally
halted by police; then, he was
brought to headquarters to face
the charge.
Couldn't Swallow the Block
Little Martha Price, about 2
years old. who lives at 170
North 23rd street, got a playing
block fast in her mouth Mon
day. The block was too big to
swallow, also too big to get
rid of immediately after it was
in her mouth. First aid was
called, but the block had been
removed before aid arrived.
Assessments Scheduled As
sessments to be made against
property owners along 7th
street between Patterson and
Wallace road are scheduled for
consideration by the West Sa
lem city council Monday night.
Also due for discussion is the
proposal to open 7th street west
from Gerth to Rosemont or
Piedmont as a second arterial
through the city. Budget mat
ters will also be studied.
Educators to Meet Marion
county educators of the Oregon
Education association are meet
ing in the Salem senior high
school library Thursday after
noon at 3:45 o'clock. Miss Caro
lyn Chen, a Chinese student at
OSC, will speak on "Schools in
China." Mrs. Carmalite I. Wed
dle, Salem, is president of the
Rotarians Hear Lewis John
ny Lewis, baseball and basket
ball coach at Willamette uni
versity, spoke at the Woodburn
Rotary club luncheon last week
Special guests were 11 members
of the Woodburn high school
basketball team, including
Coach Marshall Barbour, LeRoy
DeJardin, Eldon Erb and Den
nis Miller, managers; Dean Sea
ton, Ralph Undseth, Pat Huiras
Joe Collins, Jack Kreiger, Dick
Brown, Russell Baglien and
Dale Yuranek.
Lose Dog Fred Lee, Rt. 1,
Brooks, reported to Salem police
that he lost a black Scotty dog
on South Commercial street. He
said the animal was wearing a
harness with a license attached.
Car Looted Claude Boyd,
555 McNary street, West Salem,
reported to police that his car
was looted of tools and that gas
oline was siphoned from his
tank while the machine was
parked in the Hollywood dis
trict. He valued the lost tools
and gasoline at $23.
Train Hits Auto George J.
Ditterick, 365 S. 16th street
hopped from his stalled auto
Saturday night to avoid injury
when it was struck by a South
ern Pacific train in the 200
block on South 12th street. He
told police he was attempting to
turn into an alley by the Kay
Woolen mill when the machine
stalled on the track. He Jumped
to avoid injury when the train
smashed into his car.
Belated Quake Report That
a drain tile manufacturing ma
chine of the Oregon Gravel
company was thrown out of
alignment and had to be tied
up for repairs for two days as
a result of the recent earthquake
was reported Monday by L. R.
Thomas, bookkeeper for the
concern. The gears of the ma
chine were thrown out of align
ment at the moment of the
Postal Receipts Increase Re
ceipts of the Salem post office
for April were $62,867.94, re
ported Postmaster Albert C.
Gragg Monday. This is an in
crease of $1,164.76 over the
same month a year ago and re
flects the growth of the com
munity, in the opinion of the
postmaster. The increase is
particularly significent, Gragg
points out, in that during April
1948, thousands of pieces of mail
were distributed by the candi
dates for election in the pri
maries. BORN
The CsplUI Journal Wrfeema
the Followint New CltUtna:
MILLS-To Mr. and Mr. IlpH A
Millar. Vara Vlllaaa. at thi aalaaa central
hoaptlal. tor. Mar I.
WRIOHT To Mr. and Mra. ftlchart
Wrlaht. tots Oarr. at MM Satan Ocnaral
hospital, a bor. May 1.
WEIOART To Mr. and Mra. Otorar
t. Wrtaart. 4349 Duraln. at tha Salara
Otnrra nnaBltal. a bor. Mar 1.
OARDNER To Mr. and Mra. Vauffcn
Oardntr. MS 8. ldrh. at tha aalam Otntral
noipltal. a bor. Mar 1-
ALLKN To Mr. and Mra. Cnarlaa Allan.
1381', N. Church, at tha Salem Oanaral
ler-nnal. a bor. Mar 1.
TIERS To Mr. and Mra. Prank atlari.
OrrvaU Rl. 1, at tha Salafll Otnaral hot
Vital, a boy, April SO.
hawlsy To Mr. and Mra. ntrbart R.
Rialar of Woodburn. a dauahur, April St.
at Sth-.rton horpital.
SMITH Ta Mr. and Mra. W..W i.
Birtih of Molalla. o dauahtar, April St, at
aimrton tioipiul.
SCHOOLS T Mr. and Mra. Adrian
atohoow-r a dauahtar. Chriattna Kar.
April 37. at tha Woodburn ooapltal. ate
rf child, tlrat tlrl. Tha arandparanu arr
Mr. and Mra. Thro. Pctrraon and Mra. Hat
ta Schoolar ail of Woodburn.
-MrrH-To Mr and Mra. l-la R talis
I MrMinnvilla, formarlp of Aaaltr. a aoa.
SMnar Ltla, ton AprU St SI U Oaa
tral kaatuud.
Laehelle Fur Fire The possi
blllity of arson was dismissed
Monday by Salem fire depart
ment officials following an in
vestigation into a blaze at the
Laehelle Fur shop at 13th and
Ferry street. The owner of the
establis hmenti discovered the
fire and put it out with a gar
den hose, and then reported the
possibility that the fire had been
set. It was suspected that youths,
smoking in the building, had
accidentally touched it off.
Candy Machine Robbed Ju
veniles were suspected Monday
in a candy machine theft at the
State theatre which was report
ed by Salem detectives. A ma
chine was pried open and can
dy removed. The seats in the
theatre had all been turned by
the thieves who were apparent
ly looking for coins which may
have been dropped.
Towntend Clubs to Meet
Townsend Victory club No. 17
will meet Tuesday night at 8
o'clock at the home of Mrs
Olive Reddaway, 1421 North
Church street. Central Town
send club No. 6 will meet Mon
day evening at 299 Court street.
Chemeketans Hike' Five
members of the Chemeketans,
Salem outdoor organization,
braved Sunday's rain and wind
to make a scheduled hike of the
Agate Beach country. The party
was led by Miss Bessie Smith.
The trip had been postponed
from last February when flood
waters made it virtually impos
sible to reach the coast. The
Chemeketan council will hold a
meeting Thursday evening. The
next hike is scheduled for May
15. The objective at that time
will be Nesmith Point, located
at an elevation of 3878 feet
above the Columbia river on the
Oregon side. The expedition
will be led by Melvin Becker.
' Fire on North Front The fire
department was called Monday
afternoon to the Sunset Dough
nut company. 2362 North Front,
The fire was mainly about the
range and did little damage.
Dorr Keeps Post Dr. Elmer
Dorr, Salem, was re-elected pres
ident at the end of a two-day
convention of northwest chiropo
dists in Portland Sunday. Dr
Ed Osberg, Albany, was retain
ed as secretary and Dr. W. Car
ter, also of Albany, named to the
newly created position of treas
urer. The Oregon association
went on record as opposing com
pulsory national health insur
ance as proposed in the presi
dent's program.
- Marion Man Cardinal Floyd
Watson. Marion student at Paci
fic college at Newberg, has been
elected cardinal of the May Day
festivities on the campus May 7.
Arline Frazier, Swiss Home, will
be queen of the event.
Help German Children Fif
ty-three public school units in
Oregon have "adopted" children
in Koblenz as the object of a
relief project. Since November
a total of $2391 in cash ana
more than a ton of clothing and
school supplies have been con
tributed in addition to individ
ual packages. Taking part in
the program, aided by the Amer
ican Friends Service committee,
have been the Salem Heights
and Stayton grade schools; and
Dayton, St. Paul, Willamina and
McMinnville high schools. Kob
lenz is a city on the upper Rhine
river at its junction with the
Moselle and has a population of
Licenses Are Issued Mar
riage licenses have been obtain
ed by Alfred G. Dean and Beat
rif A ninuhitT hnth of Scin.
at Vancouver, Wash., and Mel
vin L. Schaal and Alvma L,.
Weisshaar, both of Albany, at
nr. Harold E. Pool, physician
and surgeon, will be out of his
office from May 2 to May 14, at
tending surgical clinics in the
mid-west. 104
Now is the time. Place your
otvter for the coming season's
canned fruits and vegetables.
Ph. 38487. Aufranc's Custom
Cannery, 3707 State. 104
Dr. L. B. Warnlcker Dentist
is now associated with the Dr
Painless Parker office. 125 N.
Liberty St., Salem. Ph. 38825.
Rummage Sale Thursday and
Friday, 28 th and 29th. 2360
North Church. 120
Road oiling call Tweedie
Ph. 24151. Eves. 35769. 104
White's Drive In closing Mon
day, Tuesday and Wednesday
Installing more equipment. 105'
For Sale blooming azaleas
Wide range of colors, red to
white. Strayer Azalea fields.
3th and Locust streets. 109
Third Anniversary Special
50 off on 80 selected wallpa
per papers. R. L. Elfstrom Co
340 Court 105
Asparagus for canning and
freezing, Fiala Ranch. 1 miles
north of Salem in Polk county
Bring containers Phone 22814
Kola Acres Florist. Ph. 1-5730.
Sparks Funeral Held Funer
al services for Edward H.
Sparks, 64. father of Jeanette
Bickford, Willamette university
student, were held at Hood River
Monday afternoon with burial in
Idlewild cemetery. He was born
in Washington, D. C. and had liv
ed at Hood River since 1916. He
is also survived by his widow,
son, Robert, at Oregon State col
lege and a sister.
Kiwanis Luncheon Manly F,
Robinson, director of travel in
formation for the state highway
department, will show travel
pictures during Tuesday's lunch
eon of the Salem Kiwanis club.
Still Undecided Miller B.
Hayden, for many years district
attorney for Marion county, but
who during the legislative ses
sion handled affairs of the office
of Senator Thomas Mahoney in
Portland while Mahoney was
engaged in the session here, said
in Salem Monday he expects to
decide in the next few weeks
what he plans to do. Mrs. Hay
den has just left for Chicago to
attend the White Shrine of
which she Is a national officer
and will be gone for two weeks
and during her absence Hayden
is handling their apartment
here. Senator Mahoney has
Just returned from Mexico City.
Hayden said after Mrs. Hay
den's return he expects to make
a decision as to his permanent
plans for the future.
Ask Street Names A petition
of residents of Arnold's subdi
vision and the Hicks-Jones
tracts north of the aluminum
plant asks the county court to
give names to certain streets In
the area. Names asked for east
and west streets are Bonneville
avenue, Leo Seeburg and Bebee
streets and for North and Fourth
streets, Arnold, Gary and Bat
ting streets. The request has
been submitted by the court to
the postmaster for his confirma
tion and approval before final
action is taken.
Leave Salem General Leav
ing the Salem General hospital
over the week-end with recently
born infants were Mrs. Clarence
D. Harmon and son, 2145 N. 4th
Mrs. Andy Van Otten and son,
Amith; Mrsi Clifford W. Carter
and daughter, 2310 S. Commer
cial; Mrs. Melvin C. Jenks and
son. Tangent; Mrs. Edward John
son and daughter, 1230 S. 18th;
Mrs. Fred Matthieu and daugh
ter, 515 Fairview; Mrs. Armond
Fairbanks and son, 2025 Vaughn
and Mrs. Irving L. Angove and
son, 461 S. 15th.
Son Is Born Deputy Sheriff
and Mrs. Merle R. Wood are par
ents of a 7 pound, 11 ounce son
who has been named Harold
Raymond, born Sunday evening,
May 1 at 7:05 o'clock at Willam
ette hospital, Newberg.
' Dogs Claims Granted The
county dog control board Mon
day granted claims of the fol
lowing as indemnity for sheep
killed by dogs: Reuben Eggi
man. route 3, Silverton, 1; Ed
Doerfler, route 1, Aumsville, 1;
O. R. Fiske, 890 Monroe street,
Salem, 1, and Mrs. Ray C.
Gosso, route 1, Silverton, 1,
Two Episcopal
Clergymen Resign
Portland, May 2 (IP) The res
ignations of two high Episcopal
ian clergymen were announced
The Rev. Arthur A. Vall
Spinosa resigned as head of St.
Helen's hall here, effective Sept.
1. Bishop Benjamin D. Dagwell
said a woman should be chosen
to succeed him.
At the same time Dean
Charles M. Guilbert resigned
from the pastorate of St. Ste
phen's cathedral the result, the
bishop said, of "a difference in
policy between the deap -nd the
cathedral chapel."
The bishop said petitions have
been started to ask the dean to
reconsider, however.
Insured savings ears more
than two percent at Salem Fed
eral Savings Association, $60
State street
Air-steamship tickets, Kugel,
735 North Capitol. Ph. $-7694.
Furniture Refinishing Plant
of Lee Bros. Phone No. is now
27001.. We repair and' remodel.
See the complete line of Kel
vinator and Hotpoint Appli
ances at Ralph Johnson Appli
ance Co., Salem's Finest Appli
ance Store. 355 Center St. 104
Best shatterproof auto glass
Installed. Floor sanders for rent.
K. D. Woodrow's, 450 Center St.
Launderette, 1255 Ferry. 104
Clearance sale of tires and
batteries. Woodrow's. 104
Self Service Laundry. May
tag washers. 1815 S. 12th St.
$25.00 deward for informa
tion leading to the conviction
of persons depositing garbage
on the highway. By the order
of the County Court. 104
Federally Insured Savings
Current dividend See
FIRST Federal Savings FIRST
142 S Liberty Ph $-4944
Good business location for
rent at 367 North High St Con
tact Secretary, Fraternal Order
of Eaglet.
Willamette Court Royalty Wind May Pole Queen Edith
and her court, following coronation ceremonies at Willam
ette university, wind the May pole. Rain discouraged record
attendance but seating capacity in the gymnasium was crowd
ed to capacity.
Ell Ml IS
Willamette's May Queen Crowned Indoors Inclement
weather discouraged outdoor coronation ceremonies for
Queen Edith I (Edith Fairham) and Willamette's 43rd Queen
of the May received her crown beneath the gymnasium's
protective roof. From left: Susan DeVall and Kathy Adams,
flower girls; Queen Joyce (Mrs. Joyce" Patten, queen for
1948) bestowing the crown upon Queen Edith
Mrs. Chapman Killed
Mrs. Maggie Chapman, 77,
mother of Jack Chapman, Sa
lem, was crushed to death Sun
day afternoon when the car driv
en by her grandson, Jack Barr
McNabb, Sherwood Rt. 3, went
out of control and crashed in
to a power pole on highway
99-W at Six Corners, near Sher
wood. She made her home at
West Linn Rt. 1 until recently
going to Newberg to live. The
right tide of the vehicle was
crushed and the pole broken off
at the ground.
Mrs. Chapman was declared
dead at the scene of the acci
dent. She was born July 15, 1871
and had lived near West Linn
for 27 years. Surviving are five
other sons, Cecil Chapman,
Sherwood Rt. 1; Boice Chapman,
Chicago; Coleman Chapman,
Seaside; August Chapman, Os
wego and Richard Chapman,
Reedley, alifornia, and four
daughters. Mrs. Ann Martens?,?!.
Circuit Court
A. A. Trifiin Dmr Wno6, inftllontt
t jink partially illowvd and ril'llr
Hrnrr t. MHIrr 4Mtat. WHAiom U Ml
4Ut4to final account dcnM.
Ktlth K. Allm va Dell W. taonr. Mo
tion l atrlka tllooad.
M Anthony ami trir va John C
V'ateh and othr. petition to Intarvona
allow wl. CaM InvoIvM validity of mrta
ur aMMl br the poopla to prohibit flah
ini in tha Columbia and it tnbutarlM
1th Mt appliance.
ttulh t, va Olfnn L. Hirbanth, orStr
modify Inc 4Wr on tftlpulation $v tt.
aupporl pavmonu, furthar upport mono
not rtouired.
Vvra default divorce rtuwa art on the
docket for trial Monday afternoon.
Oecar I. Mi-O va Conttntnlil Ctt
veJtr Co. amended complaint for imo
aouaht to W roiifttod on aickneaa and
accident inaurance poller.
ff 8 Hunt a Jo CHi a, rntnplaint for
I4H M a!lt4 a damee to tractor plain
tiff Mr he lead to4rndant and M-h
ha furhr allee a damaaed ny rotuon
of tan proper Mra
Tualitan; Mrs. Brace Bair, Tule
lake, Calif.; Mrs. Marie Hanaen
Arle, Mont., and Mrs. Eva Mc
Nabb, Newberg. The remains
were taken to Oregon City.
Cop Chases Speeder
7 Miles for Capture
A Salem police car, despite
use of a siren, had to chase a
speeder seven miles outside the
northern city limits early Mon
day to nab him.
The man, identified as Merle
C. Ogburn, 550 N. Summer,
posted $100 bail on a reckless
driving charge.
A police report dealing with
the arrest pointed out that Or
burn's car had been clocked at
65 miles an hour on Portland
road within the city, and the
chase to the north began at the
city limits.
Despite continual use of the
siren, the driver chalked up
speeds of 85 miles an hour along
the highway before the police
effort to halt him was heeded.
District Court
Carry me on a rrk1ni biulnew white
failini to k!p bookj or record thereof
Hrman C. Lockharl, IMS Allvcrtnn road
pleaded aullty, fined IM and cou.
Axaault: Neva R. Noah, fined IIM and
Failure to prneure a doe lleenw: Oayle
Woltlt, fined 3Q and eoau.
Drunk drlvlnt: Altn R. Fi ream inn.
Be avert on. pleaded Innocent, trial aet for
June H, poatod IJM ban.
Folic Court
Drlvlnc under the Influence of Into
tcaiinc lieu or; Martin t Utttaon. 0
Academy, fined Uo, driver a HcenM re
voked for one year.
Reekie drlvtnt: Merle C IM
H. Summer, petted IIM kail.
Morrtogt Ltntti
Ren Kerle, J reat tyrant enr.
I'm. and Mary Hamilton. II, domuiM.
Ronald J Mver. II firmer, and Vio
let P. Kennedy, It, at noma, lot til-vertoa.
Early Sworn in
Second Defense Boss
Washington. May 2 (U.R
Stephen T. Early, former press
secretary to the late President
Roosevelt, today became the na
tion's first defense undersecre
Defense Secretary Louis John
son administered the oath in a
brief ceremony in his Pentagon
Members of Early's family
and a group of top government
officials, including Presidential
Assistant John R. Steelman,
witnessed the swearing in.
Monday, May t
USWV at. the VFW hall at a run
Business meetina and muster.
Companies B and a, 162nd in
fantry regiment, and headauarters
detachment. Oregon National Guard,
at saiem armory.
Organized Marine Corns Reserve
unit at 14 aval and Marine corps
Reserve training cenier.
409th quartermasters and 349th
engineers, army Reserves, at Army
reserve quonsei nuu.
Headquarters provisional Infan
try battalion, 635th Organised Re
serve composite group, at Army
reserve quonsel nuu.
Capital post No. 9. American Le
gion. Pioneer post No. 149, American
Legion, regular meeting at Marlon
county chapter American Red Cross
rooms at 435 state street, at 8 p. m.
Sliffe on Leave
Mt. Angel Airman Metal Smith
Darrel Sliffe, U. 8. navy, arrived
Thursday from Memphis. Tenn.. for
a two-week visit at the home of his
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sliffe
Mt. Angel. He is the grandson of
Mrs. John Pfaff. The navy man en
listed following graduation with the
ims class ol Mt. Angel preps, suite
who took his basic training at San
Diego, and last October was sent to
Tennessee, reports to Miramar,
Calif, May 12.
Brantner Home
Arriving home Saturday to spend
a 20-dav leave here was Pfe. Mar-
old Brantner. U. S. marine corps
non oi jar. ana Mrs. u. ft. Brant
ner of Route 3, Salem. Brantner
who enlisted In the marines In July
1948, recently completed radio
school at Camp Pendleton. Calif.,
and on termination of his leave re
ports to El Toro, Calif.
Leaving for Mediterranean
SA Kenneth H. Jackson, son of
Ralph Jackson of Route , McMln
vllle. Is slated to leave Newport
R. I.. May 3. aboard the destroyer
USS Robert H. McCard for duty In
the Mediterranean. Jackson entered
the navy September 30, 1948. and
received his recruit training at the
naval training center at San Diego
With Weather Unit
Serving with the fleet all weather
unit. Pacific. Is Airman James E
Williams, son of Mrs. Prank Drew
of Mill City. Williams, who attend
ed Independence high school prior
to entering the service, enlisted In
the navy April 13, 1941.
Wednesday, May 4
Volunteer Naval Air Reserve unit
at the Nsvnl and Marine Corps
Reserve Training center.
Thursday, May 8
Salem chapter No. 6. DAV, wom
en's clubhouse at 8 p.m.
Salem Air Reserve Composite
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Capital Journal, Salem, Oregon, Monday, May S, 1 94) 5
Arthur H. Moore, 75
Former Councilmon Dies
Arthur H. Moore, veteran bicycle merchant, former member
of the city council and member
from the time it was formed until last fall, died early Sunday
night at a local hospital, following an illness of several months.
Moore, the last surviving child
court Judge for 30 years, a n d
Emma Moore, was born neari
Des Moines, Iowa, July 7, 1873,
and at the age of four years
came to Oregon. The family
lived at St. Helens. He came to
Salem from that town in 1898
In 1896 he was married to El-
Ida Ryan, who died several years
Before going into the bicycle
business here Moore had charge
of carpentering at the Oregon
State hospital. He opened his
first shop here in 1912, at 421
Court street, and after occupy
ing a number of different loca
tions in 1923 built the Moore
apartments at 241 North High
The lower floor of the build
ing was used as a bicycle store
and there were also quarters for
another store. In 1946 the shop
was enlarged to twice its former
size and room was made for an
extensive stock of other sport
ing good, including equipment
for hunting, fishing, boating and
Moore in addition to serving
on the city council and the civil
service board, until ill health
prevented his taking a part, was
active in many civic affairs. He
was a life member of both the
Masonic and the Elks lodge and
a member of the White Shrine
and the Order of the Eastern
Surviving are two daughters.
Mrs. Helen Bradley and Miss
Ruth Moore, both of Salem, and
several nieces and nephews.
Announcement of funeral ser
vices will be made later by the
W. T. Rigdon chapel.
April Rainfall
An Even Inch
An even Inch of rainfall re
corded at the U.S. bureau at
McNary field for April brought
the third driest April on record
with only two other similar
months giving Salem less than
an inch of precipitation. The
driest April on record was in
1911 with .59 inches followed
by .64 inches in 1926. There
were 3.8S inches last year.
Heaviest rainfall for the
month was In 1894 when 10.13
inches fell, followed by 9
inches in 1916 and 9.04 inches
in 1904. There were 8.42 inches
in 1938 and an even eight inches
in 1928.
Only six clear days were
checked up for the month with
10 partly cloudy and the re
maining 14 cloudy. Highest
temperature was 80 degrees on
April 14 with the mercury drop-
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Insurance Cut
On Automobiles
Oregon automobile owners got
an average 22 percent reduction
today in their automobile insur-'
ance rates for fire, theft and
The reduced rates were filed
by all companies with State In-
surance Commissioner S e t h
There was no reduction in
public liability and property
damage insurance, but Thomp-1
son's office said it thinks lower,
rates for this type of insurance
might be coming as soon as the '
companies investigate their lia
bility experience. -t
The companies said they were
able to reduce the fire, theft and,
collision rates because of the re
duced number of accidents in'
Oregon. But insurance officials
said there also are some other,
reasons, including the fact that
many automobile owners stop-
ped buying collision insurance,
when rates were increased after
the war.
The rate reduction will am-'
ount to 25 percent for car own-
ers who drive less than 7.500-
! miles a year, have no persons In
the family under 25 years old
who drive the family car, and
who don't use the car in bust-'
ness. ,
The reduction will be 15 per
cent for salesmen and other per
sons who use their cars In their
business, as well as for persons,
who drive more than 7500 miles,
a year.
ping to the freezing point three
times, the lowest recbrding be-'
ing 31 degrees, April 3 followed,
by 32 degrees April 24 and
April 30.
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362 N. Commercial
Salem Ph. 38779
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