Tax Problems of Small Business: Hearings Before the Select Committee on Small Business, United States Senate, Eighty-fifth Congress, First Session, on the Impact of Federal Taxation on Small Business. September 16, 1957 - Phoenix, Ariz., September 18, 1957 - Los Angeles, Calif., Septmeber 20, 1957 - San Francisco, Calif., Septmeber 30, 1957 - Boston, Mass., October 2, 1957 - New York, N.Y.

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showing comparison of failures in the United States during 1956
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McCoy Paul Despatch Laundry Dry Cleaners Inc Phoenix
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Hazelett John M certified public accountant 2402 South 19th
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September 16 1957 Phoenix Ariz
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Table accompanying statement of Albert B Colby Phoenix Ariz
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for the Small Brewers Association of America Post Office
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Gutenberg Arthur W business consultant 2715 North 38th
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enth Street Phoenix Ariz_ 8795
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Letter from Edward C Jacobs Box 2582 Tucson Ariz supplying
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statement
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Article from the Los Angeles Times of September 13 1957 entitled
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Roosevelt Hon James a Representative in Congress from
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Los Angeles Calif September 18 1957Continued
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Letter dated September 16 1957 from Hon Clyde Doyle Member
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Ross Charles M C P A Keystone Drug Building 3721 Eighth
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Tables accompanying statement of Charles M Ross Riverside Calif
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Lockley Lawrence C dean School of Commerce University
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Cardwell Maurice W secretarytreasurer Hanford Foundry Co
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September 18 1957 Los Angeles Calif
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Statement ofContinued Page
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Mahony James L sole proprietor Mahony Engineering Corp
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tor Strategic Industries Association Los Angeles Calif
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9 Incentivetax effect on total corporate population Seely
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Giauque Lester C management consultant 810 South Spring
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Kranz Herman president Morris Furniture Manufacturing Co
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Table accompanying statement of Herman Kranz president Morris
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Lindenbaum Jules retail jeweler 1437 Third Street San Monica
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Greenwalt H E ownermanager Greenwalt Hotel Co 140 South
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ment
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Text of Senate Joint Resolution No 2 urging repeal of the transporta
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Orr Frank R Poulton Orr Insurance Brokers 4001 Webster
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Miller Hon George P a Representative in Congress from
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Christoffersen E S owner and operator Christoffersen Poultry Egg
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Bancroft James R partner Bancroft Avery McAlister 1045
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Logan William B ownermanaging director William B Logan
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Kragen Adrian A chief counsel California Retailers Association
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Laborde R H partner Fischer Laborde 603 Bank of America
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California San Francisco Calif
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McLaughlin Andrew C Andrew C McLaughlin Co 2380 Sutter
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September 30 1957 Boston Mass
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Flanders Hon Ralph E Unite dStates Senator Vermont
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10th Congressional District Mass
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Hussey Philip W president Hussey Manufacturing Co North
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Dorchester Avenue South Boston Mass
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Leibowitz A president the Surplus Store of Berlin Inc Berlin
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Gallant Richard president Gallant Manufacturing Co Inc New
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Smith S Abbot president Thomas Strahan Co 150 Heard
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Resolutions adopted by the Maine State Grocers Association in conven
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Kimball George H owner of Kimballs a womans specialty
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Harwood Herbert H executive representative New York Central
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Mass
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Cusick Alan P attorney at law Industrial Bank Building
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G vice president Morrissey Bros Tractor Co
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West Chelmsford Mass
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3 Statement of Ralph A Fletcher before New England Sen
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Wilson Walter C Jr executive vice president E A Wilson
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Boston Mass September 30 1957Continued
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Kiley Leonard F plumbing contractor 410 Jefferson Avenue
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Bissell Karl H board chairman HampdenHarvard Breweries
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Resolution accompanying statement of Jarvis Hunt general counsel
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Repair Service Improvement Contractors Association Inc Page
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MacLeod N D Jr vice president Abrasive Machine Tool Co
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Reprint of Article Boston Herald September 22 1957 entitled Big
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Rexall Stores_
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statements 315 321
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District of New York
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Celler Hon Emanuel a Representative in Congress from the 11th
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Keating Hon Kenneth B a Representative in Congress from
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Gutenberg Arthur W business consultant Phoenix Ariz 73
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Cleary George E member of the board of directors Commerce
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Marsilius Philip R vice president the Producto Machine Co
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R vice president Alvey Conveyor Manufacturing Co
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Answers to questions by Senator Smathers propounded in writing
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Turner Clarence L Turner Crook Zebley certified public
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Perinchief Morris K Jr Holly Chemical Co Mount Holly N J
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Lewis Alfred Baker executive director National Businessmens
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Harron Ray V general traffic manager General Foods Corp White
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New York N Y October 2 1957Continued
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Schamus Sanford L cocounsel West Side Chamber of Commerce
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Botwinick Benjamin certified public accountant 1775 Broadway
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Holman Steele smallbusiness consultant Berkeley Calif_ 310
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Nixon John H assistant to commissioner Edward T Dickinson
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Isaac Clarence A president Graphic Information Service Inc
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Maggi Peter M president Perfection Blue Print Co Inc 11
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Mason Leonard public accountant financial management consultant
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Chicago Ill November 12 1957Continued
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November 12 1957Chicago Ill
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McCarthy Robert I State senator 14th senatorial district
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Hon Sidney R Yates a Representative in Congress from
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Grassle Paul A general manager Carlton Hotel Rochester Minn 866
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P F Goodrich president Indiana Telephone Co Indianapolis
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659
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Hugh W Vogl president Wilton Tool Manufacturing Co Chi
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Collier Hon Harold R Representative in Congress from the 10th
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November 13 1957Minneapolis Minn
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Ralph Paetz secretary Northwest Retailers Association Inc
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W H Badeaux secretary Northwestern Lumbermens Associa
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Hackney T N traffic manager Franklin Manufacturing Co 65
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Daley Hon Richard J mayor of Chicago telegram 726
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Hanks Elmer president Testscor 1554 Nicollet Minneapolis Minn
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Minn
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Enblom president Crenlo Inc 1429 Northwest Third
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Thomas H Hodgson executive vice president Minnesota Retail
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ers Association 1600 Pioneer Building St Paul Minn
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November 15 1957Portland Oreg
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J Elfers Citrus Growers Association Elfers Fla letter
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Portland Oreg November 15 1957
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T H Dingle copartner Dingle Hardware Co 402 Sherman
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Deshazor president Columbia Basin Plastics Co 1900
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Batchelder traffic manager West Coast Lumbermens
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W P Sherman Portland Willamette Co 808 Southeast Alder
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Howard N Dietrich partner Dietrich Oswald Co American
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Herndon partner Yergen Meyer Box 2189 Portland
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Fanning Fanning Chevrolet Co Gresham Oreg
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Wilson Harder president National Federation of Independent
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Ferdinand Schmitz Jr president Berger Engineering Co 3236
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Richard G Paulson G W Paulson Co 820 Southeast Yamhill
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Avenue Portland Oreg written statement
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Hobson Warren manager Chamber of Commerce Worthington Minn
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Denver Colo November 20 1957
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Statement of Page
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Baum Harry L Jr Noreen Products Inc 450 Lincoln
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Zarini Charles A Zarini Bartsch Martin certified public
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Shideler E M president Scientific Radio Products Inc 215
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Arnold Raymond L president Arnold Machinery Co Inc 433
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Holsen Rollie G president Chamber of Commerce Moorhead Minn
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Hausman Clement F Treasure Chest Homes Inc 255 West
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Statement ofContinued
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Hart Stephen H attorney for National Live Stock Tax Com
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ing statement
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Graves Hon Jack a representative in the State Legislature of Kan
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Williams John J chairman Federal taxation and finance coun
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Roberts J Gordon president Roberts Dairy Co Box 1092
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November 22 1957 Wichita Kans
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Wisconsin State Hotel Association Milwaukee Wis Irving
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Symonds Frank A operator of Service Station Supply Co Post
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Clark J Russell president Wh Star Machinery Supply Co
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Wichita Independent Business Mens Association 205 Orpheum
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December 2 1957 Birmingham Ala
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Trubey Rex assistant director of the Alabama State Planning
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Kling William president Valley Pride Packing Co Inc Hunts
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president Alabama Council of Retail Merchants
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Durrett Milton R executive secretary Alabama Food Council
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Wood John Wire Products Co 2715 North 24th Street Bir
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Gibbs Elbert W GibbsDoster Drug Co Inc 1930 Cahaba Road
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Statement issued by the Associated Industries of Alabama Comer
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Lloyd Clarence vice president Dixie Electrical Manufacturing
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Denney James H director of sales Floyd Beasley Transfer Co
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Reprint of article from the December 1957 issue of Fortune by Marcus
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Reprint of article from November 19 1957 issue of Babsons Sales
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Jeff Jr Individualized Systems Inc 968 Peachtree
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opening statement
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Peters Henry J certified public accountant Adolphus Towers
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man Tex
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Murray Owen G vice president Standard Parts Equipment
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Exhibits submitted by D W Hovey president Danaho Refining Co
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Waldman Herman partner Dallas City Packing Co and presi
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TableSchedule of earnings of Statewide Plat Service Austin Tex
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Box 2639 Dallas Tex
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Okla
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Utley W C T traffic manager Sid Richardson Gasoline Co
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December 10 1957 Milwaukee Wis
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Thye Hon Edward J United States Senator from Minnesota
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Berger Rolland D industrial development coordinator city
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Milwaukee Wis December 10 1957Continued
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Gregory E Z proprietor E Z Gregory Co 118 South Bedford
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Kahn Gerald J attorney 710 North Plankinton Avenue Mil
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Avenue Milwaukee Wis
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Pascale Nicholas ChickNick San Supply 309 Washington Street
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