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Wells’ warning welcome

I was pleased to see Ron Wells’ special to your newspaper because he makes (albeit in more detail) a point I’ve been trying to make for many years.

That is, that raising revenue restores prosperity better than cutting service does. Of course, since I’m a nobody, I could not be taken seriously enough. But since Mr. Wells is a somebody, hopefully, he will be?

If not, not only will I vote Otto Zehm for mayor, again, I’ll, also write him in for governor.

Philip J. Mulligan



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