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The Daily Record At Community Memorial Hospital ·* r y cru.!° 3;a " » - TUESDAY ADMISSIONS Norma Jean Slermer, 376 W. 5th St. Mrs. Julia Kirkhani, 264 E. «n St. Mrs. Bernice Baker, 550 W. Belleview St. Alfred Thompson. Rushford, Mum. ' Timothy Fort, Gilmore Valley. Leo Ginlber, 466 Mankato Ave. Jeff Scott Huwald, 713 E. Sanborn St. Willard Ward II. 958 W. King M. _ Terry Stanek, 723, E. Sanborn St. DISCHAKCES Kristine Otto, 1296 Parkview. Harold Gates, J402 E. Burns Valley. Mrs. Lena Berg, 361 E. 5th Si, Herbert Russell. 414 W. Howard St. Mrs. Richard Werra, Prairie Island. Mark Baumann, 4028 5th St Goodview. Miss Mary Kvaas. Winona State College Norma Jean Stermer, 376 W. 5th St. Mrs. Rose Modjeski, 4340 7th St., Goodview. Girl Oldendorf, Lamaille, Minn. Mrs. Curl Zeissler, 623 W. Sarnia St., was discharged Monday. Two-State Deaths JMXHTW 0. Agrimion PETERSON, Minn. (Special) -- Jerome Obert Agrimson, 55, died Tuesday at 9:05 p.m. at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, of a heart condition. He had been 111 four months. He was born May 17, 1910, in Arendahl Township to John and Maria Agrimson and lived In the area all his life. A farmer, he married Mildred McCono- chle Sept 18 1937. He was a member of Arendahl Lutheran Church. Survivors are: His wife; one daughter, Donna, at home, and one sister. Mrs. Arthur (Myrtle) Brown, Lanesboro. Two sisters have died. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Arendahl Lutheran Church, the Rev. James Asp officiating. Burial will be In the church cemetery. Friends may call at the church Friday from 1 p.m. Arrangements are by Jensen Funeral Home, Rushford. Dr. Frederic Sund Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pflughoeft, 627 E. Howard St., a ion. BfRTHS ELSEWHERE ARCADIA, Wis. (Special) At St. Joseph's Hospital: Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Przy- bylla, a daughter Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Repin- aki, a daughter Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Becher, Arcadia, a son Sunday. MELROSE, PARK, 111. -Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fair, a daughter, by adoption. She was horn Sept. 23. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J C Fair 921 W. King St., Winona, and the maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zeigler, Stanley, Wls. BROWNSVILLE, Minn. - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helgerson, Prairie du Chien, Wis., a daughter Thursday. Mrs. Helgerson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Grossell, Brownsville. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY Bonnie Mae Lafky, Winona Rt. 1, 9. IMPOUNDED DOGS Available for good homes: Several including a male black and while, part beagle; one part cocker type; one black, long-haired male, and one brown and white female medium-sized terrier. FIRF CALLS Today 5:15 a.m. -- Howard Street between Vila and Gould streets, construction site at College of Saint Teresa, gasoline being poured into a tank spilled on hot manifold and ignited, put out with a booster line, minor damage to engine. Two-State Funerals Matthew H. Stitch PLAINVIEW, Minn. - Funeral jervices for Matthew H. Stitch, who died Monday evening at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Wabasha, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Immanuel Lutheran Church, the Rev. Rodney Riese officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Earl Ford, Layne Buckingham, Loren Mol- l«t, John Rislove, Wallace Mauer and Paul Schmidt. Friends may call at Johnson * Schriver Funeral Home until noon Thursday and at the church after 1 p.m. GILMANTON, Wis. - Fune-lMinn WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 27, 1965 Winona Deaths Mn. Mary Walsh Mrs. Mary Walsh, 379 E. 2nd St., died at 9:45 a.m. CST Tuesday at Matteson Rest Home, Eyota. She had been ill four years. Born Sept. 16, 1880, at Oak Ridge, Winona County, to Nicholas and Susan Becker Silver, she was married to Jack Walsh and lived her entire life in the county. He died in 1953. She was a member of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart and the Royal Neighbors of America. Survivors include four sons, George, Peter and Michael, Winona, and Leo, Rippey, Iowa; one daughter, Mrs. Theresa Daywitt, Eyota; 11 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; one brother. George, in a rest home at St, Charles, and one sister, Mrs. Theresa Page Salem, Ore. Two sons have died. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. DST Thursday at Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, the Rl. Rev. Msgr. Harold Dittman officiating, Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, St. Charles, ral rites for Dr. Frederic Sund, about 62, Rochester, Minn., were held Monday afternoon at the Zumbro Lutheran Church in Rochester. A native of Gilmanlon, he was the son of a longtime village merchant, C. J. Sund. Af- er attending dentistry school, Dr. Sund established a practice in Rochester which he operated many years. Surviving are his wife and one son; three brothers, Dr. William, Benson, Minn., Jule. Minneapolis, and Roy, Marshall, N.D., and one sister, Ruby, Minneapolis. JMU Kimball Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 DST tonight. A Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. will be in Nelson Cemetery Friends may call at Stohr Funeral Home, Alma, Thursday The casket will be taken to the church at Nelson Friday morning. Arthur Schumacker DURAND, Wis. (Special) Arthur Schumacker, 79, died at St. Marys Hospital, Rochester, Monday evening after a lone illness. CANTON, Minn. -- Funeral' ile was born in Burnside, Buf- Bervices were held today at As sumption Church, Canton, for Jesse Kimball, 92, who died falo County, Dec. 9, 18S5, to Nicholas and Martha' Schumacker. He married Bertha Fox U-WD.JU 4 i i j i i u a i J r ot, t W1JU UicU *··" «-*«^-i. · l i c m a i i i C T J O C J U l f l F UA Sunday at Harmony Community j J une 5, 1906, and they farmed | in North Dakota until returning Vinv*i in 1(14O CV._ J:«J :,, 1«-« The Rev. Clayton Habciman officiated. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Six grandsons were pallbearers: Courntey, Norman, Tommy and Gary Kimball and Stanford and Roland Knox. Mass servers were four great- grandsons, James Connolly, Blake Christensen, Steve and Craig Knox. He was born in Elliota, Fillmore County, April 21, 1873, to married Agatha Snyder April I 3, 1893; she died Feb. 22, 1955. Claire - here in 1948. She died in 1953. Survivors include four sons, Harold and Erwin, Missoula, Mont.; Vern, Sparks, Okla., and Lloyd, Sykeslon, N.D.; three daughters, Mrs. J o h a n n e s (Ruth) Christenson, Oak Harbor, Wash.; Mrs. Clarence (Lillian) Peterson, Heaton, N.D., and Mrs. Eddie ( M e r i l l e ) O'Harra, Milpitas, Calif.; 14 grandchildren; one b r o t h e r , r, Durand, and one sister, Clara Yarrington, E a u , . , . For many years they lived on a on a farm on the state line in the P.m. Saturday at Goodrich Fu Village of Elliota, then they moved to Canton. Survivors are: One son, Clair two daughters, Mrs. Leland » a . and Mrs. Ben rs. en (Marie) Husby, all of Canton; fandchildren; 36 great- grandchildren, and two great- great-grandchildren. Ottmar Berni NELSON, Wis. (Special) Ottmar Berni, 79, Nelson, grandson of Joseph Berni, the first settler at Alma, died of a heart attack at his home Monday at 5 p.m. He had been in failing health several years. He was born Sept. 7, 1886, at Alma to Jacob and Emma Furrer Berni. A retired farmer, he lived m the Alma-Nelson area all his life. He married Lydia Markey in 1905. She died in 1942. Later he married Mrs. August (Tena) Ebersold. He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church, Nelson. Survivors are: His wife, patient at Balling's Rest Home, Pepin; five stepsons, William Ebersold, Cochrane; Ralph, Trempealeau; Merlin and Roger, West Bend, and Charles, Red Wing, Minn.; three stepdaughters, Mrs. Orville (Verna) Linse and Mrs. Ben (Delia) Fuller Pepin, and Mrs. Ed (Lila) Larson, West Bend; four nieces, Naomi Kruse, Alma; Mrs. William (Melvia) Helgoe and Mrs. Orville (Fern) Hill, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Carl (Vivian) Leo, Pontiac, Mich., and two nephews, Merle Kruse, Waukesha, and Clifford, Milwaukee. An infant son and one sister, Mrs. Julia Kruse, have died. Funeral services will be Friday at 2 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church, Nelson, the Rev. L. . · · ...-- - - - . . -.» ij.ov a.m. -- it, K. Lillegard officiating. Burial dress, 15 barges, up. Funeral services will be at 2 neral Home here, the Rev. Charles Gavin, Faith Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial wil be in Forest Hills Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home after noon Friday. Mrs. Alena Lahrrwra EYOTA, Minn. - Mrs. Alena Lahmers, 88, died Tuesday at Olmsfed Community Hospital, Rochester, after an illness of two weeks. She was born Sept. 15, 1877, in New York City to Mr. and Mrs. Carsten Behrens, and came here when she was 16. She was married to Charles Lahmers Nov. 24, 1897. They fanned in the area 31 years and then moved into the village. He died in April 1952. She was a charter member of St. Paul's United Church of Christ Guild, Eyota. Survivors include one son Clarence, Eyola; two daughters, Airs. Arthur (Lila) Beiersdorf, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Merrill (Adeline) Stevens, Rochester^ six grandchildren and 17 great- grandchildren. One son, Arthur, has died. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at St. Paul's United Church of Christ here, the Rev. Douglas Ostlund officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call at Johnson Schriver Funeral Home, Plainview. alter noon Thursday and at the church after 1 p.m. Friday. · WfiVON'A DAM LOCKAGE Flow -- 36,900 cubic feet per second today at 8 a.m. Today 6:20 a.m. -- Charlotte Ann, 10 barges, down. 11:30 a.m. - L. Wade Chil- Weather OTHER TEMPERATURES High Lew Pr, Albany, cloudy 62 42 .02 Albuquerque, clear 72 44 .. Atlanta, clear 66 38 Jismarck, clear ... 67 28 .] TMse, clear 66 40 3oston, cloudy 60 48 .. Chicago, clear 54 4$ Cincinnati, clear ... 62 34 Cleveland, clear ... 60 32 '.'. Denver, clear 68 34 3es Moliies. clear . 61 38 '..' Detroit, cloudy ... 58 35 Fairbanks, cloudy . 2 3 6 Port Worth, clear .. 78 47 lelena, clear 72 28 Nonolulu, rain 82 71 ij Indianapolis, clear . 64 33 Jacksonville, clear , Ti 43 (ansas Cily, clear 68 38 .'.' Angeles, clear 92 64 isville, clear ... 66 36 '.'. Memphis, clear .... 73 39 Miami, clear 73 67 Milwaukee, clear .. 51 37 Upls.-St.P., clear .. 59 32 " Mew Orleans, clear 70 37 New York, clear ... 64 49 Okla City, clear ... 69 43 '.'. Jrnaha, clear 64 42 Phoenix, clear % 60 '.'. Ii Me., rain .... 62 43 ii J, Ore. clear ... 73 45 Rapid City, clear ... 73 41 St. Louis, clear ... 65 36 Salt Lk. City, clear 70 35 San Fran., clear ... 65 53 Seattle, clear 64 51 Tampa, clear 78 62 .. Washington, cloudy 67 44 Winnipeg, cloudy ... 56 27 .. EXTENDED FORECAST MINNESOTA- Temperatures Thursday through Monday will average 7-10 degrees above normal, little or no precipitation. Normal highs 43-49 north, 49-53 south. Normal lows 25-29 north 29-33 south. Warmer Thursday or Friday, turning cooler during weekend, warmer again early next week, but generally no great day-to-day changes. WISCONSIN -Temperatures Thursday through Monday expected to average M degrees above normal. Normal high 4453 north, 51-56 south. Normal low 28-35. Rather mild till cooler Sunday or Monday. Precipitation one-tenth inch or less with slight chance of a little rain Saturday or Sunday. DAILY RIVER BULLETIN Flood Stage 24-hr Stage Today dig Red Wing 14 5.0 Lake City g.O J. ] Wabasha 12 7.6 Alma Dam 5.1 .. ^ Whitman Dam. .. 3.7 + .1 Winona Dam . . . . 4.6 4. j Winona 13 6.2 Tremp'eau Pool .. 9.4 Tremp'au Dam .. 5.4 Dakota 7.8 -- .1 Dresbach Pool. .. 9.5 + .] Dresbach Dam .. 3.7 La Crosse 12 6.0 Tributary Streams Chippewa at Durand 2.7 + .6 Zumbro at Theilmn 28.2 + .1 Tremp'eau at Dodge 0.2 -- .1 Black at Galesville.. 2.4 La Crosse at W. Sal. 3.8 -- .1 Root at Houston . . . . 5.9 RIVER FORECAST (From Hastings ta Gattenberg) The following river stages at Winona are predicted: Thursday 6.2; Friday 6.1; Saturday 6.0. AIRPORT WEATHER (North Central Ofagervations) Max. temp. 56 Tuesday at 3 p.m., min. temp. 33 today at 7 a.m., 52 today at noon, clear sky, visibility more than 15 miles, north-northwest winds at 22 m.p.h., barometer 30.29 and steady, humidity 52 percent. Houston Historical Museum Seeks to Add To Its Collection CALEDONIA, Minn. (Special) --The Houston Cousty Historical Society is seeking artifacts for its new museum in the Caledonia village hall, which has been cleaned and decorated for that purpose. J. C. Evans, Caledonia, will be at the museum Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to receive articles which may be loaned or given to the society. All should have historical backgrounds. The annual meeting of the society will be Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. in the municipal auditorium here. Arch Grahn from the state society, St. Paul, will be present lo assist in planning its historical display. 4-Year Terms Sought for Badger Officers MADISON, Wis. W-The stale Legislature has given another wost to the drive to extend erms of Wisconsin's top elected officials from two to four years. Senators approved a constitutional amendment Tuesday that would make the change for the offices of governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, sec- ·etary of state and state treasurer. To .- become effective, the amendment still must be passed n 1 the 1967 Legislature and receive approval In a public vote. EARL1EH in the session, both bouses passed a four-year term amendment that would put candidates for governor and lieutenant governor on the same Dallot. The combination would stop the political split that has existed between the officers for the last six years. The Senate confirmed a total of 13 appointments by the governor and got into a squabble over seven of them named to Ihe State Coordinating Committee for Higher Education. Installed were former Gov. Walter J. Kohler Jr. of Kohler, G. Kenneth Crowell of Monasha, Harold Konnak of Racine, William Krause of Stevens Point, Frank H. Ranney of Milwaukee, Duane Smith of Wisconsin Ra- C. 0. Milwaukee. ormer Educator n Indonesia Set For Scottish Rite )r. Isreal Siuijtcr, Bennebro- Holland, will speak at the 24th reunion banquet of the is pending: June Arlene Chris- lopherson against Galen Leandor Chrlslopherson. The two criminal matters on on the calendar are scheduled next week. Delroy Benson into court Monday at 10 a.m, on a charge of criminal negligence in the deaths of a Spring Grove couple Jan. 1. This will be followed by the case against Bill Con way, charged with furnishing intoxicating liquor to minors. The last jury case this term will be the suit brought by Gordon Broadwater against Carroll Punk, which was carried over from the spring calendar. After a half hour of deliberation Monday, a jury found David Newton, Mable, guilty of paternity. The verdict was returned by Foreman Evan Engebretson. Judge A. C. Richardson will pronounce sentence later as he was not in court when the verdict was returned. J. E. Herrick, Lanesboro, county attorney, prosecuted. Carried over the term are Ihe following cases: Lille Garness and Bernard Garness in separate cases against Alfred Linzenmeyer, an accident case; Swenco Steel Products against Curbing Charge Change Rejected At La Crescent LA CRESCENT, Minn. (Special) -- In a fiery session Monday night, La Crescent Village Council voted 4-1 to deny tha request of E. T. Bardwell to rescind its approval of assessments for curb and gutter on 7lh Street South. . - - Mayor William Mishlcr cast termer dean of the Umver- the opposing vote; lie said h» ,ity of the Dutch East Indies. j had changed his decision since Tiursday at 6:45 p.m. CST at he Masonic Temple. Dr. Sluijler j s a retired in- pector of education, He spent several years in the field of education in Indonesia and is Dr. Sluijter is a past master of two Masonic lodges in the Netherlands and is a member of Ihe Scottish Rite. i, r awcMV:u Spri " g Vallc y Motor | Co . ; Petcr and Robert . _ Other appointees confirmed holm against Darrell Thomprere: son; Romeo t Associates ver- Donald James of Pardeeville sus w - J - and William A. Me- and Herbert Velser of West Al- Laughlin; Leonard R. Goddard lis to the Wisconsin Exposition versus Winfield Cray and Renee Reed, and Gilbert A. Malh- Board. Dr. L. C. Scribner of Stevens Point to the State Board of Health. Francis J. Conway of Thorp to the Slate Consumer Review Board. Donald Corr of Kenosha to Loan Ad- , m " versus , , Alvin . Lases settled since last port were:. Alvina Boudreau versus Alice Goddard; Nellie Director Paul Pratt of the wa , State Resource Development jjj v Department to the Wisconsin ),,; Federal Surplus Property De J velopment Commission. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard McCabe Football Contest For 8 to 13 Years Set at St. Charles MADISON, Wis. (* - More than $17,000 in old bills was ST. CHARLES, Minn. (Spe- found by Madison police Tues- DON'T MISS ONCE AGAIN for "KatioMl TM, Greatest PORTRAIT EVENT GREAT DAYS-OCT. 28-28-30 THURS..FRI..SAT, «* THURS.-FRI..SAT, Pbotosr.ph.r-, Hour.: 1 p.m. (. t p.m._|, ,. m . ,, , ,,.,,_,, , m H , ^ Genuine "Treasure Craft" ^^f^^. A Genuine "Treasure Craft" Portrait of Your Child NATIONAL ^ FOOD STORES '' LARSON STUDIOS FaribtuH, Mlrm. SELECTION OF POSES Big-Studio Quality 8x10 Bust Vignetti An }*.M Vlu* Ages -- 1 mo. Kiru U ynr$ -- LIMIT-! littinj ft r child 3 jittlnsj p«r family, ALL SITTINGS Hill tc In Kir NtW M01ILI STUDIO wftlcll will lit HI IM MIKIN8 LOT M ywr NATIONAL FOOD STOKI h i ONIY Plui M* HaoMmf Chf. cial)--A "Punt, Pass and Kick" contest will be held here Thursday and Friday. It's open to all boys 8 to 13 in the St. Charles, Lewiston and Dpver-Eyota areas. The boys will compete in two divisions: Junior, ages 8-10, and senior II- 13. A trophy will be awarded for the top score in each division. There will be three events in the competition: Punting, passing and place-kicking. Scoring will be the total number of yards for the three events. Competition will take place at 4 p.m. Thursday at the St. Charles athletic field. The finalists, the top five boys in each class, will compete during halftime of the St. Charles - Plainview football game Friday night at St. Charles. Trophies will be awarded then. St. Charles Jaycees are in charge of arrangements. · Independence Kids Party on Saturday; Trick, Treat Sunday INDEPENDENCE, Wis. (Special) -- The annual Halloween party sponsored by the Independence Lions Club will be held Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the high school gymnasium. Prizes will be given for the best costumes in different age groups. A free movie will be shown; all youngsters will be given (reals. Ernest Sobolta, Addison Hotchkiss, and E. N. Brice are in charge. Trick and treat night in the community will be Sunday. Car's Front Wheel And Tire Stolen ROANOKE. Va. tfi - Everything appeared normal as Samuel Ginger got int« his car Tuesday, started it and pressed down on Ihe gas pedal. Then came the crash. During the night a thief had stolen a front wheel and lire and It't the car propped up on a jack. · To Chamber Meeting A delegation of Winona businessmen, led by Chamber of Commerce President William F. Lang, will attend a leadership conference in Mankato Thursday. It is sponsored by the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce Executives in cooperation with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Wayne Himrich, first vice president of the chamber and acting as attendance chairman for this event, said, "Leadership is the most important ingredient in any program of action to creale growth and progress in Winona, and steps must be taken in order to avoid any future leadership gap." re- ' fnf US ° nny versus Othilde Gunderson, Vernon Johnson and others. $17,000 in Old Bills Found After Death day in the basement of a 70- year-old man who died of heart attack. attack late Monday night aw 3 Cases Remain On Fillmore Co. Court Calendar PHESTON, Minn. - Three cases remain for trial this term on the District Court cat- --i-*. -. ...= endar for Fillmore County. One Winona Scottish Rite Bodies . October H. IHi WINONA DAILY NEWS T the Oct. 7 meeting when the assessments were approved for certification to the Houston County auditor. He didn't ex- The banquet will follow the \ plain. onferring of the degrees o f ' he Winona Consistory. Mem-j ON T I I K ADVICE of L. L, bers who have attained Ihe 14th Duxbury, Caledonia, v i l l a g e degree and their vines are eligible to attend the banquet. The 31st degree will be held at 1 p.m. (CST) Thursday. James C. McMartin, Clar'e- mont, will preside, The 32nd degree will be conferred at 2:30 p,m. (CST) with James A. Walz, KCCH, master of Kadosh, presiding. · Bigger CD Center Urged A meeting of Civil Defense (CD) section chiefs Tuesday light reached agreement that a bigger emergency operations center is needed for the Winona organization. Winona CD Director Oeorge K. McGuire said today that possible inclusion of an emergency operations center in one of the public buildings to be constructed here in the future was discussed in general terms by the CD leaders. A meeting in early November :o be thrown open for participation by interested members 3f the public was also approved Tuesday, McGuire said. Date, time and place of the meeting will be announced shortly, he added. Citizens interested in being shelter managers, radiation monitors and the like will be invited to attend this, meeting next month, McGuire pointed out. The CD chief also mentioned hat a generalized critique ol he organization's work during the spring flood emergency was presented and discussed. Although_ the discussion was in helped the leaders see where they could im ,;,,_ -~"· "'5'"- """ irauers see wnere they cou d m firemen were unable to revive prove in the event of another such emergency, McGuire said counsel, the assessment r o l l was amended to eliminate th« assessments on certain properties at this time, reserving ths right to assess the properties, plus interest from Oct. 7, at a laler date. Bardwell said lo protect his rights as a taxpayer he would ilc suit against the village (or repeal of the assessments be- pre the Tuesday midnight desJ- ine and seek damages to his iroperty from grade changes, le said his lawn will require illing to curb level; il will iave lo be resodded; shrubbery vill have to be replanted or ·eplaced; a new driveway will be necessary, and new drains will have to be installed for water runoff. Caswell Engineering Co., Minneapolis, had been asked to atr end the meeting but could not MJ present. Charles Sheehan, Houston County engineer, and Joseph Wieser, county commissioner, attended. The 7th Street improvement is part of the Pine Creek road, a :ounly-s!ale-aid highway. Sheehan explained that the county is responsible for the center 24 feet of the roadway and had an agreement with the village lo apply surfacing to the curb, hut nad nothing to do with the curb itself. AT THE recommendation of the planning board, the petition of George Kelly to rezone a vacant lot at 1st Street North and Oak (ram commercial to residential was denied because it would leave one residential lot in a commercial area. A study of the zoning map disclosed that Kelly's residence and the home of Gerald Berry on Ihe sam» street are in a commercial zone. Kelly and Berry requested that all their lots be rezoned. Th» council will refer this to th» CIUTTI CBIST STORES SALE NOW IN PROGRESS 1 39 ML, PERMANENT ANT.l-FREEZE yltn* GTy»l «iHfnnt » mlr »»cf. M 34 MM iwo. One lining lom ill white. 2 FOR gE-_ 29o )2 OZ. CAN ANTI-FREEZE fw| .y.,^ ,,,!,,,,,,, W»M y«u nn, quick itarti oil FIN-CLUB 7.42 MM SPORTER CARBINE UJ. Mi,»hchi« ky KM m Knr IngW Ann, FnTK- . (SAMI)-C) »·«. 'THRIFTY" SPRAY PAINT Spray painlinj Ii vilck, w«y, no mill «],,,: K*i, B!«,V, WVit», Alualiwn. 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