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OFFICIAL PAPER OF PINAL COUNTY
Entered as second-class matter March 7, 1930, at the post office
j at Coolidge, Arizona, under the Act 6f March 3, 1879.
j HOOPER & RUNBECK Publishers
i One Year In Pinal County - $1.50
One Year, Outside Pinal County $2.00
OUR DESERT DUMPS
(From the Arizona Daily Star, Tucson)
Heaps of tin cans and rubbish dumped on the desert
adjoining the city, becomes a more and more frequent and
justified subject of criticism. Here in Tucson, a resort city
catering to people who love the out of doors. We spend
thousands of dollars advertising this life proclaim the de
lightful horseback riding and the beauties of the desert, yet
we carelessly allow unthinking persons to dump their rub
bish across the trails and paths and thus mar the natural
beauty.
Because the city has no authority beyond the city
iimits the county government is the only public agency
armed with enough authority to bring a halt to this bad
practice. And since the WPA is going to continue and
glow, why could not this ma ter become a WPA project.
Let workers with picks and shovels, dig holes and bury this
rubbish on the spot. Then let other workers be spotted as
watchers to take the numbers of trucks which commit this
vandalism. When it becomes known that this nuisance will
not be permitted, it will come to a halt, but as long as
’hose who commit this nuisance know they can do so with
impunity, it will continue.
Merely to remedy the present marred scenery and stop
s he practice s no enough. The county, as part of this
program, must also establish a county dump.
LEGAL
ADVERTISING
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
TO THR HOLDER OF SCHOOL
DISTRICT NO. 12 PINAL COUN
TY, ARIZONA, 6 PER CENT ROND
' DATED JUNE IST. A. D. 1923. DUE
JUNE IST. A. D. 1943. AND OP
TIONAL ON OR AFTER JUNE
IST. A. D. 1933. BEING ROND No.
3:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that School District No. 12. Pinal
County, Arizona .has elected to re
deem Bond No. 3 at par and ac
crued interest and that said bond
i 3 called for redemption on the 24th
day of June. 1938, said bond being
a? 500.00 bond of said school dis
trict. This bond should be pre
5-ented for payment as aforesaid at
she office of the County Treasurer
of Pinal County. Arizona, at Flor
• (nee. Arizona. July Ist. 1938, with
rll unpaid interest coupons. Said
bond shall cease to draw interest
at the expiration of four(4) weeks
offer the date of th's notice.
DATED this 26tli day of May.
1938.
RUTH J. BRAN AM AN.
County Treasurer of
Pinal County. Arizona
r : rst jpublication May 26. 1938 .
I ast publication June 23. 1938.
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States Department of the j
Interior. General Land Office at
Phoenix. Arizona. May 13, 1938.
NOTICE is hereby given that
Ralph Albert Veazey, of Coolidge,
Arizona, who. on August 5, 1932,
made Stock-Raising Homestead En
try, Act 12-29-16, No. 072306. for
Lots 1. 2. NE%,
tion 19. Township 6 S., Range 10E.
G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed
notice of intention to make Final
Three Year Proof, to establish
claim to the land above described,
before Register, United States Land
Office, at Phoenix, Arizona, on the
23rd day of June, 1935.
Claimant names as witnesses:
George Stack, W. A. Thompson.
Paul Madison, W. F. Thompson, all
of Coolidge. Arizona.
To be published far 5 consecu
tive weeks in “The Coolidge Ex
aminer.” Coolidge, Arizona, Ist
publication May 19, 1938.
P. J. KEOHANE,
Register
First publication May 19, 1938.,
Last publication June 16, 1938
o
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
United States Department of the
Interior, General Land Office at
Phoenix. Arizona, May 12, 1935.
NOTICE is hereby given that
William G. Detwiler, of Rt. 2, Box
125, Tempe. Arizona, who, on Octo
ber 17. 1919, made Desert Land En
try, No. 043211. for NW%, Section
17. Township 6 S„ Range 8 E„ G.
& S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed not
ice of intention to make Final
Proof, to establish claim to the
land above described, before J. F.
Brown, United States Commission
er. Casa Grande, Arizona, on the
20th day of June, 1938.
Claimant names as wittnesses:
S. P. Soule, R. B. Sims, C. E.
Babbit, of Randolph, Arizona. J. R.
Strickland, of Coolidge, Arizona.
To be published for 5 consecu
tive weeks in “The Coolidge Ex
aminer.” Coolidge, Arizona, Ist
publication May 19. 1938
P. J. KEOHANE,
Register.
First publication May 19, 1938.
Last publication June 16, 1938.
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No. 858
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF
PINAL
In the matter of the Estate of
ANNA M. BICKLEY. deceased,
It appearing to this Court by the
petition filed herein by George W.
Burgess, administrator of the es
tate of Anna M. Bickley, deceased,
that it is necessary to sell the
whole or some portion of the real
estate of said decedent in order
to pay the debts, the debts, expens
es and charges of administration:
IT IS ORDERED that all persons
interested in said estate appear be
fore this Court on Wednesday, the
Bth day of June. 1938. at the hour
of 10 o’clock A. M., in the Court
room of said court at the Court
House in the Town of Florence.
Pinal County, Arizona, then and
there to show cause why an order
should not be granted to said ad
ministrator to sell so much of said
real estate as shall he necessary
and.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
a copy of this order be published
for four (4) successive w r eeks next
preceding said day in the Coolidge
Examiner, a newspaper of general
circulation printed and published
in said county.
DONE IN OPEN COURT this 9th
dav of Mav, 1938 .
HOWARD C. SPEARMAN.,
Judge Presiding.
First publication May 12, 1938
Last publication June 2, 1938
o
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
PINAL COUNTY STATE OF
ARIZONA
Estate of Thomas Charles Vick
ers, also know’n as Thomas C. Vick
er and T. C. Vickers, deceased,
j Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned executor of the estate of
Thomas Charles Vickers, also
known as Thomas C. Vickers and
T. C. Vickers, deceased, to the cred
itors of and all persons having
claims against the said deceased,
to exhibit them, with the necessary
vouchers, within four months after
the first publication of this notice
to the said executor at The Law
Offices of Tom Fulbright, Florence,
Arizona, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business
of said estate, in said County of
Pinal, State of Arizona.
CHARLES WAYNE VICKERS
Executor of the estate of
Thornes Charles Vickers,
also known as Thomas C. j
Vickers and T. C. Vickers, j
deceased.
Dated at Florence, Arizona this
9th day of May, 1938.
First publication May 12, 1938
Last publication June 2, 1938,
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF THE
CASA GRANDE VALLEY FARMS
INCORPORATED
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENT: That we, the undersign
od having associated ourselves for :
the purpose of forming a non stock,
i on-profit, cooperative association !
■ nder the laws of Arizona, do here
ty adopt the following Articles of
'^corporation:
ARTICLE I
The incorporators are:
NAME POST OFFICE
ADDRESS
Tom L. Pettus Tempe, Arizona
Dewey Compton Glendale. Ariz.
Tarvis L. Hunsaker Mesa, Ariz.
Gerald Hunsaker Mesa, Ariz.
‘ J. Price Ball Phoenix. Ariz. j
The name of the association shall
be the CASA GRANDE VALLEY
, FARMS INCORPORATED. and i
j i s principal place of business with- j
m Ariz. sha’l be located at the Casa \
Grande Project, near the town of j
Florence, County of Pinal, but oth- I
er offices may be established and !
maintained within or outside of Ari- j
zona at such places as the Board of ]
1 directors may • designate, where
i meetings of members and directors
j may he held and any and all cor
porative business transacted.
ARTICLE II
The General nature of the busi
i ness to be transacted by this As
sociation is to engagp in cooperat
ive enterprises re’ating to the pro
ducing maiketing or selling of
agricultural products, or the harv
esting, preserving, drying, process
ing, canning, packing, storing, han
dling, shipping, ginning, or utilizing
thereof; or in connection with the
manufacture, selling or supplying
o{ machinery, equipment or suppl
; ies; or in the financing of the above
ienumerated activities; or in apy one
lor more of the activities-specified
: herein. In connection with the
I carrying on of such enterprises, the
Association, shall have all the
rights, powers, privileges, and im
munities now or hereafter granted
t>; the laws of the State of Arizona
t such association, together with
all other rights, powers, privileges
and immunities, which may be nec
cessary. convenient, useful, or inci
dental to the accomplishment of its
objects and purposes under the laws
of said State.
ARTICLE 111
The Association shall not, under
any conditions, issue or cause to be
i. sued capital stock of any kind
hatever.
ARTICLE IV
The commencement of the Ass
ociation shall he the date of the
issuance to it of a certificate of in
corporation by the Arizona Corpora
tion Commission, and it sh 11 endur
;or the full term of twenty-five
v :ars thereafter with privilege of
pertual succession as provided by
statute.
ARTICLE V
The affairs of the Association
shall be conducted by a board of
five directors, a majority of whom
shall be members. The directors
shall be elected at the annual meet
ings of the members to be held on
the second Monday of January of
each year. At a meeting of the
incorporators, held on the 18th day
of June 1937 at Phoenix, Arizona,
the following were elected as direc
tors of the Association to serve
until the first meeting of the in
corporators to be he’d after the
issuance to the Association of a
certificate of incorporation by the
Aiizona. Corporation Commission
nr until their successors are elected
u i have qualifu d:
L, Tom L. Pettus
2. Dewey Compton
3. Jarvis L. Hunsaker
4. Gerald Hunsaker
5. J. Price Ball
ARTICLE VI
The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability to which the As
sociation may at any time subject
itself is $250,000.
ARTICLE VII
Any person eighteen (18) years
of age or over who (1) resides at
the Casa Grande Project. Arizona,
or (2) resides elsewhere and is of
ow income and engages in agri
cultural pursuits may become a
member of the Association upon
complying with the terms and con
ditions prescribed in the By-laws.
Membership in the Association shall
be evidenced by certificates of
membership, the form of which
i shall he provided for in the By
laws. Such certficates of member
ship shall not he assignable or
transferable except as provided in
the By-laws. Each member shall be
i-ntitled to but one vote on any and
all occasions and under no circum
stances shall a vote by proxy be
allowed or considered, provided
1 that in elections for directors, each
member may vote cumulatively and
by proxy in the manner permitted
by law.
ARTICLE VIA
The private property of the mem
hers in the Association shall be
forever exempt from its debts or
l obligations.
ARTICLE IX
This Association does hereby ap
point C. R. DeHoff, of Phoenix,
I Arizona, who has been a bona fide
resident of Arizona for at least
three years, its lawful agent in and
for the State of Arizona for and in
behalf of such Association, to ac
cept and acknowledge service of,
and upon whom may be served ail
necessary process or processes in
any action, sait or proceeding that
may be had rr brought against the
rtvd Association ,in any of the
( ourts of said State of Arizona, such
I service of process or notice, or the
acceptance thereof by said agent
i endorsed thereon, to have the same
| force and effect as if served upon
i the president and secretary of said
! Association.
ARTICLE X
The Association shall distribute
its net earnings in the manner
provided in the By-laws.
IN WITNESS HEREOF, we
hereunto affix our signatures this
’Bth day of June, A. D., 1937.
- (s) Tom L. Pettus (SEAT.i
| (s) Dewey Compton (SEAL'
(s) Jarvis L. Hunsaker (SEAL)
’s) Gerald Hunsaker (SEALi
j (s) J. Price Ball (SEALi
. STATE OF ARIZONA )
) ss
! COUNTY OF PINAL )
Before me Ethel Evans, a Notary
! Public in and for the County afore-
I aid, on this day personally ap
peared Tom L. Pettus Jarvis L.
Hunsaker, Dewey Compton, Gerald
Hunsaker, and J. Price Ball, known
:o me to be the same persons who
signed the foregoing instrument,
and acknowledged to me that they
I executed the same for the uses and
! purposes therein mentioned.
Given under my hand and seal of
j office this 18th day of June, A. D.,
i 1937.
ETHEI, EVANS,
Notary Public
| My commission will expire
I n the 2nd day of Novem
| her A. D. 1940.
i First publication June 2, 1935.
| Last publication July 7, 1935.
THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OP
VALLEY HARDWARE & SUPPLY
COMPANY, INC.
i .
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS:
That we, whose hands are here
unto affixed, desiring to form a
corporation under the laws of the
State of Arizona, do hereby associ
ate ourselves together for that pur
pose and adopt the following arti
cle-; of incorporation:
ARTICLE I
The names and addresses of the
incorporators are:
Y. C. White who resides at Coo-1
lidge, Arizona.
W. C. Ketchersid who resides at
Coolidge, Arizona.
C. J. Preece "who resides at Coo
lidge, Arizona.
ARTICLE II
, j The name of the corporation
shall be:
VALLEY HARDWARE AND
SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
The principal place at which the
business of the corporation is to
be transacted is Coolidge, Arizona;
the corporation may have such
branch offices within the State of
Arizona, as may he established by
the board of directors, and at any ;
branch office, the meetings of the j
board of directors may be held and
any and all business may be trans
acted there .
ARTICLE 111
The general nature of the busi
ness to be transacted by the cor
poration is as follows, to-wit:
(a) To carry on a general hard-!
ware ami supply house business in
all it’s forms, that is. to deal in a
general commission business with |
all goods, wares, merchandise, sup
plies and commoditis bought or
sold in the general hardware and
supply business, either in a whole
ale or retail manner. To buy and
sell any and all kinds of building j
supplies and materials, household
goods, appliances, furniture and !
fixtures and any and all commodi
ties or other types of goods, wares
and merchandise bought and sold
in the general hardware and sup
ply business and. also, any and al!
types of goons wares, merchandise!
and commodities bought and sold
in any other typp of commission
business!.
(b) To buy and sell in any man-!
ner. any and all types of farm com- j
modifies, livestock, farm machin
ery. tools, appliances and parts.
(c) To purchase, acquire and im-
| prove, ho’d. sell, convey and
Her. lease .exchange, m "• - r .
pledge, make contract, improve by;
building and in any other manner
deal in real estate or the imprc ■-
ment thereof. And. also, to pur
chase. sell, exchange and other
wise deal in all kinds of personal
property, merchandise, goods,
wares, commodities and chattels,
all of which may be incident to the
purposes and nature of the busi
ness of this corporation. To bor
row money, discount evidences of
indebtedness, issue bonds, debent
ures. notes, mortgages or any oth
er forms of corporate obligations
and to sell ami transfer the same,
together with security upon the
property of the corporaion.
(d) To hold .purchase, buy and
otherwise acquire, sell, exchange, i
mortgage .pledge or otherwise deal!
in the bonds, mortgages, notes,
debentures and shares of capital
stock and other securities and obli
gations of any private corporation.
And, also, to receive, collect and
otherwise dispose of interests, di
vidends or income from any of the
property so held, owned or acquired
by the company and to excercise
in respect to the same, all the
rights, powers and privileges of in
dividual owners thereof, including
the right to vote upon any shares
of stock held by it to the same
extent that a natural person could
do.
(e) To sell and issue all or any
part of it’s capital stock or any
bonds, notes or other evidences of
indebtedness authorized by it’s
board of directors, in payment for
the good-will, business, personal
property, real estate, or leases of
any person, firm, association or
corporation, and the judgment of
it’s board of directors as to the
value of such good-will, business,
property, real estate or leases
thereon, shall, in the absence of
fraud, be conclusive, and to pur
chase, hold or re-issue and sell the
shades of it’s own capita l stock.
(f) To guarantee the payment
of dividends or interest on any
shares, stocks notes or other se
curities issued by, or any other
contract or obligation of any cor
poration whenever proper and nec
essary for the business of this com
pany, and upon such terms and
conditions and in such manner as
may be prescribed hv the by-laws
or by resolution of the board of
directors.
(g) To conduct business in the
State of Arizona and to possess
the same powers therein as private
individuals now enjoy, and to do
any and all things incident, ad
vantageous and necessary to the
proper conduct of the business of
the corporation and in carrying on
either, or all, of the objects and
purposes above stated, together
with the right to sue and be
sued in the name of the corpora
tion in it’s own behalf.
(h) The foregoing paragraphs,
under the heading of Article 3,
shall be construed, at all times, as
objects, purposes and powers; and
it is hereby expressly intended that
she foregoing objects, purposes and
powers shall be construed liberally
and shall not. be limited or re
stricted by reference to. or infer
ence from, the terms -of any other
paragraph of these articles.
ARTICLE IV
i The authorized amount of capi
tn! stock of this corporation shall
bo Twenty T'ive Thousand ($25,-
000.00) Dollars, divided into two
hundred fifty (250) shares of the
value of One Hundred ($100.00)
Dollars each. Upon subscription
therefor, said Capital stock shall
be paid into this corporation in
such manner and upon such terms
as the hoard of directors may fix,
either in cash, services, or by the
sale, transfer and assignment to the
|co rporation of property, property
rights or interests therein, real or
j personal, for the uses and purposes
|of the corporation, and in payment
for which, shares of the capital
| stock of the corporation may ho
| issued, and the capital stock of
(the corporation so issued shall
thereupon and thereby become and
be fully paid up and non-assessable,
and in the absence of fraud in the
transaction, the judgment of the
board of directors as to the value
•of the services rendered or pro
perty purchased shall be conclusive.
ARTICLE V
The time of the commencement
; of this corporation shall be the
ldate of filing of it’s articles with
the Corporation Commission of the
Slate of Arizona, and the record
ing of the same in the office of the
County Recorder of Pinal County,
Arizona, and the termination there
of shall be twenty five (25) years
thereafter, # and the corporation
j shall have the right to renew it’s
charter and franchises for an ad
ditional period of twenty five (25)
yars as now provided by law.
ARTICLE VI
(a) The management and con
trol of the business, property and
affairs of the corporation shall be
| vested in, and conducted by, a
■beard of directors consisting of
tl ree (3). All directors, except in
c; se of vacancies, shall be elected
by the stockholders at their an
nual meeting, except the first board.
The f rst board of directors are
Y. C .White, W. C. Ketchersid, and
C. J. Preece, and they shall act
jurt.il their successors shall have
1) en elected at the first annual
; meeting of the stockholders.
(b) The officers of the company
1 shall consist of a president, vice
| president, secretary and treasurer,
| and such other officers as the
' board of directors shall deem ex
pedient, and all shall be elected
lor appointed bv the board of d re
(ctors. Any one or more offices may
)be held by the same person when
authorized by the hoard of direc
tors. Until the first meeting of
the hoard of directors after the
; first annual meeting of stockhold
< a' d until their successor shall
■>< -n elected and qualified, the
owing named persons shall be
tin* off cers of this corporation:
Y. C. White, President
(’. J. Preece, Vice-president.
W. C. Ketchersid, Secretary-
T assurer.
(c) Both the officers and direc
tors shall hold their offices for the
period of one year from and after
ti ir election and until their suc
cessors are elected and qualified.
ARTICLE VII
The first annual meeting of the
; stockholders of the corporation
j shall be held on the 16th day of
May, 1938, and the regular annual
j meeting of the stockholders shall
be held on the first Monday of
! January of each year thereafter.
ARTICLE VIII
(a) The directors shall have
power to make and alter the by
laws of the corporation, to fix the
amount to be reserved as working
capital, and to authorize and cause
to be executed mortgages, notes and
other obligations which shall be
j Lens upon the property and fran
jciiise of the corporation, and, in
| general, to excercise all the power
and authority of the company not
expressly witheld from them by
law, or by these articles of incor
poration, or by the affirmative ac
tion of the stockholders .
In furtherance and not in limita
tion of the powers conferred by
■statute and by this certificate of
: incorporation, the board is express
ly authorized:
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(b) To hold it’s meetings at a
place specified by them, to have
one or more officers and to keep
the books of the company within
the State of Arizona, at such place
or places as may be, from Cme to
lime, designated by the by-laws of
the company, or by resolution of
the board of directors, except such]
books as may be required by law
to W kept at The principal
of the company, in the "state of Arh
zona: to’keep a transfer book in
which the transfers of stock can
be made, entered and registered,
and also a book containing the
names and addresses of the stock
holder-;. and the number of shares
held by them, respect vely.
(c) To remove at any time, by
the affirmative vote of the hoard,
any officers elected or appointed
by them, and tc appoint other of
ficers, as they see fit. and to fill
vacancies that may occur from any
cause whatsoever.
(d) To declare dividends, com
missions, and to use and apply
surplus earnings or accumulated
profits of the company to the pur
chase or acquisition of property,
or the corporations own capital
stock in such a manner and upon
such terms as they shall determine,
and to authorize the re-issue and
sale of any such stock so acquired.
ARTICLE IX
The- stockholders and members of
this corporation, and their private
property, shall be exempt from any
liability for the debts of this cor
poration.
ARTICLE X
With the consent of the holders
of two-thirds (2-3) of the amount,
of the capital stock of this cor
poration issued and outstanding,
when expressed by resolution adopt
ed at a regular meeting of stock
holders of the company, duly call
ed and held pursuant to the by
laws. the directors shall have au
thority to sell or otherwise dispose
of. in such manner as may be au
thorized. the entire property and
assets of the corporation.
ARTICLE XI
! The indebtedness of this comp
anv shall at no time exceed the
sum of Sixteen Thousand Six
• Hundred Sixty Six and 66-100
($16,666.66) Dollars.
ARTICLE XH
Before the transfer and sale of
any stock of this corporation by
any stockholder therein, such stock
must first, be offered for sale to
; all other stockholders of the cor
poration. and their acceptance or
I rejection of the offer must be
b< fore such stock can be trans
ferred on the books of the comp
. any.
ARTICLE XIII
Until changed by notice of ap
pointment, duly executed nd filed
in the office of the Corporation
Commission of the State of Ari
zona, W. C. Ketchersid of the city
of Coolidge, County of Pinal, State
of Arizona, who is, and has been,
a resident of the State of Arizona
for three years hist past, is here-,
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c TRUCTION CO.
Plcins - lancing - Building j
al Homes
COOLIDGE .... ARIZ.
Auto Body Painting
and Repairs
Arc Acetylene Welding
Burns 8c Wright
(Former OK Garage
Dr. R. V. Campbell
DENTIST
Telephone 213
Steward Bldg. Coolidge, Ariz.
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1938
by appointed the agent of this
corporation upoiv whom all notices
and process, including serv ce of
summons, may .be served.
In WITNESS WHEREOF, we
have hereunto set our hands this
3rd .day of. May,-3935,-- •
Y. C WHITE
- - • Wr C.‘ KETiTPTRSID
*C. J.” PREECF
STATE OF, ARIZONA ) . .
) ss
COUNTY OF PINAL )
This instrument was acknow
ledged before me this 6th day of
May, 1938, by Y. C. White, W. C.
Ketchersid and C. J. Preece.
BEN F. McKINNEY.
Notary Public in and
for the County of Pinal,
State of Arizona.
My commission expires:
July 25, 1940.
(SEAL)
First publication May 19 ,1938.
Last publication June 23, 1938.
The Elite Cleaners
FIRST CLASS SERVICE
“Cash and Carry” Prices
HAYDUKE BLDG. Phone 231
Coolidge, Ariz
DR. B. L. STEWARD
Physician and Surgeon
Telephone 70
COOLIDGE, ARIZ.
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COOLIDGE
FHA Appraisals lnsurance
Pumos Installed Pumps Repaired
W. P. KEITH
PHONE 154
COOLIDGE ARIZ.
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AUTO SUPPLY
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PISTON RINGS
GOODYEAR TIRES
Central and Hiway 87
PHONE 47 COOLIDGE
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All Car Service
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