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William E Borah
state from r y . Joyce AROUND OUR TOWNS Potato Plant In Pail Grows To 37 Inches rpigbty-thrce year-old William '-' E. Borah, who said he is he nephew and namesake of he late Senator William E. Borah, has a 37-inch tall potato plant growing in a pail in his enter street apartment in loloma. Borah, a retired farmer who ives alone, said he isn't happy unless he is growing something. Last summer he planted a jean in the pail and it grew a vine all the way to the ceiling and down again. Borah has a collection of odd seeds that he intends to plant his spring. He said he doesn't think the potalo plant will produce very many potatoes 'but it is something green and growing in my apartment." -pHE JAM'ES * STOVERS win *- be watching "Discovery 7" Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on Channel 7 to see "Moscow's Young Americans." One of tho youngsters fea- :ured on the report oÂ£ American teenagers in the communist capital will be Stover's relative Karen Ackley. Stover of route 2, Berrien Springs (Range Line road) is a science teacher at Fairplain Junior high school. His cousin, Richard T. Ackley, naval at- tache at the U.S. embassy in Moscow is the father of 10-year- old Karen. The Ackley's have been in Moscow for two years. Mrs. Lorraine Ackley, now of California but formerly of Berrien Springs, is Karen's grandmother. WIIX1AM E. BORAH With Potato Plant