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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

Time For Action See Page 6 %>ttmmn wmi_&dlmmn HAMMOND ENGINEERING BUILDING receives an attractive stone lacing as tne structure nears the half-wav noint in construction. Construction Roundu FOR A BETTER PENN STATE STATE COLLEGE. PA.. THURSDAY MORNING. AUGUST 6. 1959 C._S jc_~_mZm -I' -» - _« 555 Students To Graduate A total of 555 students will receive degrees at commencement exercises at 7 p.m. tomorrow in front of the Pattee Library. In case of rain the exercises will be held in Recreation Hall. Advanced degrees will be awarded to 337 students, _ , j baccalaureate degrees to 213 stu dents, and associate degrees m engineering to five students, Nearly half of ihe 555 receiving degrees will bo Pennsylvania teachers completing, work for ihe master of education or doctor of education degree. There are 27 candidates for the degree of doctor of philosophy, 22 for doctor of education 221 for for for for for master of educaiton; 58 master o...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

BEGINS SATURDAY - Aug. 8 Michael Todd's "AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS" For the first time on ihe GIANT DRIVE-IN SCREEN —POPl'LAR PRICES— Children under IS Free Alia Short Subject & Cartoon _^ ^|_J?i«nC_011_iGt, MH»*.!i§> Rt. 545 Between State College and Bellefonto Showtime 9:25 THUHS. & FRI. AUG. 6, 7 FIRST AREA SHOWING "H-MAN" - in Color Y. Khlr.it .tw & K. Silitrs WOMAN EATER" Gforge _Ouluuria A \>r» Day Pit)* Cartoon WMAJ Radio Program Schedule 1450 kilocycles Monday through Friday 6-28 _Sisrn On 11 6:30 Morning Show 7:011 New) 7:03 Morning Show 7:30 News 7:::f. Morning Show 8:00 Sports 8:05 News 8:10 Morning Show 8:30 Morning _Devotiont 8:45 Momma Show 9:00 News 9:05 MorninK Show 9:M Local _Headline 9:32 Morning Show 10.00 News 10:05 Morninjr Show 5:05 10:30 Local Headlines 5-10 10:31 Morning Show 5:35 :00 11:05 11:15 12:00 12:15 12:,!0 12:_'._i3 1:00 1:15 2 :'!0 2:H") 3::iU 3:35 4:30 4:35 5:00 1:00 New_« 1:05 Swa...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

The place to shop for ALL YOUR POST-SESSION NEEDS ¦*&>- * % , _t t / + Fast. Convenient Self-Selection Service Textbooks You will find books for all your courses in our downstairs self-service department, both new and used. ** Artist Supplies ... Serve yourself on our first floor Outline and Review materials for all your courses. A Schaums_, College, and Littlefield-Adams Outline Series < complete selection, including *_Tor Languages Courses . . . Disc-Ed LP records for French, Spanish, and German ( courses. Also College Stationery, Souvenirs and Greeting Cards by Oz and Gibson TB& _4_& _* _% BwB &^WAM'i Bb BL Rg fi Kg WJ_& _«l IIC 111 CWj 1% C E L CII _J ... The University k 206 East College Penn State Since 1926 Avenue . . . opposite ihe East Campus Gate Open Monday Evening Serving Til 8;00 P.M •^u- • _< - ,<ri / _OC OOQ tern- WU f _UXiiJ As this number...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

Teacher Training by TV THE MICROPHONE is a common object to the students. The youngsters are 4iardly conscious o£ the cameras, microphones and personnel moving about the classroom. I!I of students who are studying under educational day techniques. THE TV CAMERA moves in on a special group methods thought to be 25-years ahead of present The University is pioneering in the latest methods of teacher training ... by TV. Actual classroom situations are telecast to a viewing room where both undergraduate and graduate teachers observe the eiiecls of techniques thought to be 25 years ahead of those used in most elementary schools today. This special summer laboratory school is in session at the Corl Street Elementary School building in State College. Dr. E. Terry Schwarz, assistant professor of education, is ihe director of the project which is sponsored by the Department of Elementary Education at ihe University. Each day a movable television camera and a stationary one along wit...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

Machine wash elastic back strap releases for comfort obie cotton broadcloth with nylon lace. White. 32A to 38C _S2 SO AIR-CONDITIONED GUARANTEED Berkshire stockings are guaranteed not to run from either top or toe into the sheer leg area! *^gr _^ M**— _*-> Unbelievable.? Yes, but truel Berkshire's new protective barriers—nyxace . in fullfashioned stockings and nyloc* in seamless make this amazing guarantee possible. If runs get past the barriers —you get a new pair free! Fashion note: Berkshire stockings now come in gay Carnival _Colorsl •Heff. _tDDliad foi 1.35 _^ 7.65 QlXlCSr NOW OPEN FULL DAYS A WEEK 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m Davidson's Barber Shop US S. Alien _iiiiiiimmiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiimiimmimii ¦ *•_%¦, _*.«>,> **'** •*****!&> M iniafure Golf j Fun m Particularly at the NITTANY PUTT PAR « » « Free you hole-No if game make a in-one on I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

art ewes fine THAnk you _h tii_^M'Jlm_^_M vfsvSffls&L _* _*&_€* le Man on Campus * _y «* J?- .- M W-fk W4W_* HOLD Ot THAT _PIPLOMAf' Letters _^ _> ?i _i_i ' ><• IifI] "_N (i _£» _^Vt J«J." -_«t -V AM of us are honestly interested in spreading our time and energy over as broad a field of human knowledge and attainment as possible, in a small cranny of which Is modern art. Some of us find other matters more interesting and we pursue them. Forgive us this, and let's not lose our bloody heads over it. ROBERT BLEFKO Instructor Mathematics Dept. Obelisk is OK, Miss Pa. Due This Weekend We were quite intrigued with a modem work on exhibit at the UUB's ait display. It was titled "Man in Love" and was constructed of several twists and twirls of blue wire. The artist's name on the tag was $10 After a little investigation we discovered the "Man in Love" was not a part o£ the exhibit but the •'work...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

^^ tebiiite ' .i,',. w - i_^ww^^p PREXY AND HIS SON throw food to hundreds of hungry gold fish in the pond in front of the President's home. iSB^^^_'-s_^ _^ m 3UaV ¦ M * MRS. WALKER AND HUBBY give approval to one of Bryan's many models. Bryan works in the library of the Walkers' campus home. *-*_Mt ¦ r P FLYING IS THE. EXECUTIVE ENGINEER'S favorite hobby. Prexy is shown here entering a Cessna with his cute 16-year-old daughter, Gail. He often takes his children up or a #1 *$& t< w> ft *: _tst _^4 _t W-% -">3 w V - ;cy Vi ^^4^^ _* f* ' '_^-S_^t_^afflM as is> _ry«_9»%ea3_EjMBabMfc. SB_^BHB_^Hv_^HHaE^^SaB*^ "- ^^-w_^ » ._# _^:J T_^ A ** k _^ •*v #. ¦< «, " _we_~ _jjr £*•_-_* fisr' "** *L**^ £_s5-"j I 'M _?JtMB»» i*< Story by BILL _jAFFE _Pliotos by WAYNE SCHLEGEL Horseback riding, tennis, flying, golf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

mm mmi 702 5. Atherton St C-...I AD 8 _00S2 ALL SUMMER SHOES Famous Brands ' /2 _PflC© Ail Summer Stock Drastically Reduced Alterations at Cost _lur'_g Uta _^ijntf 114 E. COLLEGE AVE Trousers were $8.95 - now $6.88 were $11.95 • now $8.88 were $13.95 • now $9.88 White and Colored Dress Shirts $4-$5 values $2.58 or 2 for $5 short and long-sleeved One group Sport Coats 10 values io $29.95 _@_AmfeCVie DIAMONDS before sh_« does! Vi_.if _%v_,th cut QUALIFIED DIAMOND EXPERTS . . . lecm what a DIFFERENCE _theie ii . . . in _Jiomondi ... th. TRUTH _coih you NOTHING ... it COULD _iove you MONEY .. . ond untold omtiarroitmAnt! _F_+€4KC4HvtX" f e It CANT be ony BETTER . . . »hon ih_« _stai* Iroro which it CAME ... so »'>v ml done o ;»r/cl(i .. . with a WEll RESPECTED NAMEI BUB6ET YOIM PURCHASE?... OF _CuuRSE!... IT COSTS M M8K mm EES VcmOJUo* _» _ewatoii GRADUATION DINNER AUGUST 7 Reservations for your dining pleasure. Serving graduatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

came home front d when he a • Autnntei' school his clothes were M lean *?«»< , BE KIND TO MOTHER when you return from summer sessions. Why should you bother mother with a trunk full of dirty clothes? BALFURD'S will clean your clothes, removing all those'spots and stains. Each garment will get expert attention from BALFURD'S trained staff. BALFURD'S uses the most modern advances to clean your expensive garments, without damaging the material. Shirts _and pants are returned like new. Your laundry is cleaned so it feels fresh and sweet. ¦BALFURD'S has two convenient loca-%#_& _* tions to serve you better. The main HHb office and plant is located at 307 West fimfi Beaver Ave., and a second store is HHnj. opposite the new girl's dorms at 328 East _iBHBa College Av_«. if *«* & <?ST _rv_^_rw Remember: in an emergency use BALFURD'S 3 hour service. ' BALFUBD CAREFUL GLEANERS Office _ahd Plant:—307 W. Beaver Ave.. _ S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

See and Visit WOODWARD CAVE off Route 45 at Woodward, Pa SEE NATURE'S WONDER Special rales for groups. Picnic Area, Camp Sites, Collages Write Woodward Cave, Woodward, Pa for brochures, SWIM and Roller Skate flsi _V*_% Pool Opens 1 p.m Daily • • • SKATING . . . Wednesday, Friday and Sunday Evenings also Sunday Afternoon* • • • Free Picnic Tables HECLA PARK 15 _mtlfi K««t ot Stat* ColI«*« Rt. 14 Rink Available for Private Parties Phone Zion — FUIton 3.23U RINALDO'S BARBER SHOP 7 Expert Barbers Follow the Mall to Rinaldo's 107 S.Allen St. Summer Cuisine CHEF'S SUMMER SALAD TROPICAL FRUIT PLATES SEASHORE 1 DINNER Accomodations for. Your Selected Twosome, Bridge Group, or Banquet Party. Open 5-9 p.m. Daily Sundays: 12-8 P.M. Closed Mondays iwmwM _fystr _yalions ADS-0QS f Lobster House 720 S.Atherton STATE COLLEGE HUB Food Service Staff Caters to 3000 Daily By Mrs. Rebecca Melxler Have you ever worried about having the relatives to dinner? ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

the fall merchandise is coming in. I need room to put it on the shelves, SO all remaining summer merchandise is reduced , drastically for a final clearance. HABERDASHERY ljg$ ki th« Center of _fcnnsyWania 229 S. Allen St. • i . for the finest in seafood served in a luxurious atmosphere, why not try tha EUTAW HOUSE? . . . we specialize in . . . steamed clams . , . oysters on the half shell . . . lobster dinners . . . and many other delectable seafood and country dinners • . • and with your meal , enjoy your favorite cocktail ~ All this at the Euiam Mamt POTTERS MILLS 13 Miles East of State _Collega On Rsute to Lewisfown EM 4-103$ HAPPY HOME LIFE before electricity became dieap and plentiful It's been many a moon since a housewife was decked out like this. Now, you put low-price electricity to work on jobs like these—and dozens more. Day and night, in every room in your house, electricity is at your command—ready to make your life more comfortable and en...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 6 August 1959

THE BEST PASTA RICOTTI IN TOWN" • Yessiree, ihe COFFEE SPOT makes the best pasta ricotti in town - that delicate Italian treat made of home-made noodles topped with ricotti cheese and egg. Voila! • And if you want the tastiest ravioli, the most mouthwatering lasagne, and the best assorted cold cut platters for these hot summer days, I hope by now you know where to go . . , Coffee Spot 221 E. BEAVER AVE GUARANTEED NOT TO DRY YOUR LIPS Helena Rubinstein's Dew-Kissed lipstick moisturizes your lips to vibrant new beauty Only Helena Rubinstein could create Dew-Kissed •— the lipstick guaranteed not to dry your lips or your money back! An exclusive new moisturizing ingredient softens your lips ...changes them from dry to dewy, from dull to glowing, from seamed to smooth as satin. Color shimmers brilliantly in this rich formula. Try chic, beautiful "Italian Pink" or vivid "Wear-Wilh-AU" Red. In convertible Case, 1.50 to 6.00. Refills LOO tach. Plus tax. Ilittanu Ilew...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

Tuition to Rise $ Walker OK's $3.9 Million Cut p-_^jjji p ee In Apprc priation for Biennium _% Tuition up, appropriation request down. The University, in a letter to all State Senators and Representatives, said the tuition increase will bring in about $3.7 million during next biennium and therefore, its budget request of $43.9 million could be cut to roughly $40 million Gov. David L. Lawience recom-| mended $34.2 million for the Uni- « __,' JL _ , . _. f_+ • f _ versity in his budget message to KQMQQW KSflflS the General Assemb.y March 2. This was about $9.7 million short Ax I I-_,_? ,--»„-,_?#,-of the University re . uest. MF UlllVSlSliy President Erie A. Walker. in his letter, pointed out that the University is the third highest in the nation among land-giant universities in its tuition charges. | (The University ranks near the bottom in appropriations received from states among the land-grant institutions.) A University backed bill for $43,9 million has been introduced In t...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

_^STA _Tt _COtHCI. _ftNN* _^_IBE' Rt. 545 Between State _Collega and Bellefonte THURS. 8. FRI. SHOW TIME 8:45 THB TALI STRANGER ( ii'tmnSeope and ('i)lnr Joel McCrea and Virginia Mayo HUNCHBACK of NOTRE DAME rinemaKcope and Color Gina Lollobriqida and Anthony Quinn JWt__raXXJOOO_xXK}QOOQOOOO SATURDAY ONLY Aug. 15 SHOW TIME 8:45 THESE THOUSAND HILLS ( inrm_.Scnp. and Color Don Murray and Lee Remick ALSO MARK OF ZORRO Tyrone Power ooooocoooooooooooooooo SUN., MON., TUES., WED. SHOW TIME 8:35 TONKA Sal Mineo and Philip Carey In ( nlnr ALSO SHANE Alan Ladd and Van Hetlin fn . 'oirtf WMAJ Radio Program 1450 kilocycles Schedule Monday through Friday 6:28 Sign On 6 'JO Morning Show 7:00 News 7:03 Mormnff Show 7:30 News 7:33 Morning Show 8:00 Sports 8:05 News 8:10 Morning Show 8:30 Morning Devotion_. 8:45 Morning Show 9:00 New. 9:05 Morning Show 9:30 Local Headlines 9:32 Morning Show 10:00 News 10-05 Morning Show 10:10 Local H._odliues 10:31 Morning SKow 1:00 News 1:05...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

_KGAULV aOAiI White Take a tip! When you wani your shirts lily cleaned (looking like new) go to FURD'S CAREFUL CLEANERS." While _>u can leave your trousers to be cleaned expert staff. Don't worry if you have a qarment, because BALFURD'S will re f -1V ' "^-_^S—^N _^ move-it to perfection. \ } _._tKXT""" " ¦ *^_s__—V.\»_a*^ You say that you have a rip in your clothes, too well BALFURD'S look like new. BALFURD'S office and plant the street from have a mending department that will fix your clothes so they have two convenient locations to serve you better, the main is located at 307 West Beaver Ave., and a second store across the new qirl's dorms at 328 East College Ave. Remember, East College Ave. Remember, service. in an emergency, use BALFURD'S special 3 hour BaLFURD careful cleaners Office aid Plant:—307 W. Beaver Ave. Store:—328 E. College Ave. STATE COLLEGE ^"PUBLIC POWER* ADD_* tO YOUR TAX BURDEN One of the most unnecessary government spending pr...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

_THATS WHAT 15 KNOWN AS REAL MATURITY! _£_fk_£x_^. r-__t _~ 5TTA ^^^ mi s— ' /^ SOMETIMES WHEN I SETUP IN THE MORNING . FEEL VERY PECULIAR.. mwL T*. *»», V L IV Ol—*I _fHU. xt«_w ' A. _fl 0 »_zt an~ CORP. TM.WORID RIGHTS RESERVED * =.**-« For Parking Only Tlie University's decision to charge a $15 per semester fee for student parking permits raised many eyebrows among students as well as faculty members. The University has long considered it a privilege and not a rig ht to have students park their cars on campus. The campus is small in proportion to the number of people located in the area and the traffic and parking problem has been of long standing. Each year it has become tougher for students to receive permits for parking on campus. Theoretically, only commuting students and the physically handicapped need to park on campus; ihe rest of ihe students park for iheir convenience. The commuting students usually drive in car pools...

Publication Title: Summer Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

. . . for the finest in seafood served in a luxurious atmosphere, why not _tn the EUTAW HOUSE ? we specialize in . . . steamed clams . . . oysters on the half shell . , . lobster dinners . . . and many other delectable seafood and country dinners . . . and with your meal, enjoy your favorite cocktail All this at the Intaw _iiiMfitf _POTTSRS MILLS 13 Miles East of State College On Route io Lewistown EM 4-1039 Fun • e • Partkul at th rly NITTANY PUTT MR • Of if Free gam you maki hoie-m-ene on No. 18!!! 35c until 50c after p.m p.rn Route 3 3 ml. H. of Sia1 8 College & Hi _m '%_» m:_«:._u. .»* nwiaiuie Golf 4 i _f _v*' " W_&SJNfr_™ _mivMwtHtt _orwrow_»Myww.(irjF_»rWrx_^-._^ f^^r _._fmW_^_lSjtil_. _lMlS_.l_^-as_^ go back to school e of n seam/ess stocking. no seams to worry about twin thread sneer $1.35 new seamless stretch $1.65 AIR-CONDITIONED Phonographs Radios »«!_... _¦ ** ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

See and Visit WOODWARD CAVE off Route 45 at Woodward. Pa SEE NATURE'S WONDER Special rates for groups Picnic Area, Camp Sites. Cottages Write Woodward Save, Woodward _, for brochures. Pa SWIM and Roller Skate 53^? "t—ti_5_H_Bvf/i__s i _fr A- Pool Opens 1 p.m Daily SKATING • Wednesday Friday and Sunday Evenings also Sunday Afternoons • • • Free Picnic Tables HEC.A PARK 15 mil*. Rati of Stale _Colltc* Rl .4 Rink Available for Private Parties Phone Zioti « FUlton 3.2318 Repairs Car Radios Television Radios Phonographs television service g center _^k State College 232 S. Allen St. TV SWEATSH IRTS Take home a souvenir Penn state sweatshirt, T-shirt or jacket for yourself or that man in your life back home. Sweatshirts—blue or white $1.95 up • 9 T-shirts—all sizes Jackets $1 up "Get His ot Hur's" Burn _Mtm mm 114 E. COLLEGE AVE r lews t_/ittanu • large selections of magazines * paperbac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

You'll Want a Flannel Suit in your Fall Wardrobe We are now featuring an all-wool / flannel suit to fit your clothes budget. \ It comes in all colors; longs, shorts, and regufars; all sizes from 35-46. $29.95 _IJJg|?MSIlrH W. College Avenue **\ ^) w '. _^ _?• * Rainbow Girls Your best souvenir buys are to be found at 3 Keeler_'s 206 East College Avenue opposite East Campus Gate tf • • your oTTiaai PENN STATE CLASS RING J_^iimnier ana VUin te i Thousands proudly wear this ring L. G. BALFOUR CO in the ATHLETIC STORE Catheriuau_'s BARBER SHOP basement of Hotel Slate College Butlers Jewelry DIAMONDS a WATCHES watch and Jewelry Repairing 111 E. Beaver Ave n i JBfi _* __E_^h9m__ MB -iSHUJ_^flEBr_. ALUMNI COLLEGE meets in HUB for session covering U.S. foreign policy. Miss Betty Blakeslee_, administrative assistant in continuing education, leads the group (lower right). Ceramics Papsr Honors Zerfoss The late Di. Sam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Summer Collegian — 13 August 1959

Wa. _ S_. _jtiXg> «H_g_£ -Bfl . S^"» IT'S i *< STOP Don't Eat That Hot Dog!!" Hfes_, don't take a single solitary bite until you go to MS-TIGER'S and see their big, big selection of toys, books Oh I could go and on but instead games, hobby supplies I'll just say . . . "Vou Can Get It At" 1H-I15S. Alien St. 3S4 E. Goitege Ave Rainbow Girls Allow Morrells to serve the biggest, milk shake in town. You get not one, three scoops of delicious Brever's ice st ut cream Only 35c And don't miss our taste-tempting PIZZA PIE 8" 10" 12 Our specialty is art Italian Submarine Sandwich Come to . _*- i« _25_S0 _t§l-f_*f " Qmmm r Morrell_'s For eat treats that can't be beat! S. Fraiier St. - Opposite the Centre Daily Times ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii;iiii!iiiiiiiiiinili__ NOW OPEN 6 FULL DAYS A WEEK 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m Davidson's Barber Shop 145 S. Allen in ii nun i in in umiiiiiiiiiii ii un ...

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