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Monday, November 23, 1964
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PAGE 8 THE^TIPTOM DA1LV4JU6UNE {EQITOR'S (NOTE: This Is -another in' V series of dis- Tpatclies' -sizing up college basketball . .^prospects*-i rv vanous sections -:of .the country. •Par West.. V By SCOTT BAILLIE i. I UPI,Sports Writer,-/- I : SAN FftANCISCO. (UPI) .—» Even with-Walt Hazzard • gone," the word, from UCLA's campus- 5s that the Bruins might_rack up the college basketball world again, thanks to a solid ~corps of returnees headed by Gail Goodrich. Hazzard, now with the Los Angeles Lakers, got_most of the headlines last year but Goodrich did most of the scoring. He topped the' team with an aver' age of 21.5 points per game as they raced to the NCAA, crown on a record of 30 wins without a loss. Back with Goodrich are such stalwarts as Doug Mcintosh, Keith Erickson and Kenny "Washington. But the Bruins aren't buying those plane tickets to the NCAA finals quite yet.~ Seattle and the University of San Francisco both are back with : strong teams this year after nearly only returning starter for coach derailing the Bruins in last : Bob Straight, opens at home State Champs By KURT FREUDENTHAL United Press .International. INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-j-pne game doesn't makefji. season, but it was apparent today: (hat Lafayette^-Infflajiar high sptibbl basketball-^"champs ~.will . jplay. second fiddle; to a lot of steams this season. ?Jv! : The Bronchos dropped tljeir season opener at home to Attica' Saturday night;-, 69-60, m what must rate as: ariyips'et, although the champs iosi^ their entire starting* lineup through graduation. The Ramblers came from ie- hind in the final period of. a barn-burner to spoil the coaching debut of Bill Wolsiefferjwho is subbing for -ailing "Veteran Marion Crawley, wh6ls sitting out this year. The loss snapped- Lafayette's 19-game winning streak, including nine state tourney triumphs., - Columbus, a state finalist last time, opened its season successfully last week. The two'other "Fieldhouse Four". members of last March, Eyansville- -Rex Mundi and Huntington, get their baptisms this week. Hurt By Graduation Tourney runnerup Huntington, with 6-3 center Jim Schoeff the BY HAM RIpG The liStire," community wasjs.adde.ned over ,fhV weekend by th <5 tragic 'accldentfSaturday night in Ohio which took the life of Wally Murray and critically injured several other of the six -Tipton -iarea 'boys riding In'the machine.'' ~ - To "Walter "and"Betty .Murray, we know "our this mbmentcan be"of hoc'ph'solation, but it is sincere*, heartfelt and FcompTetey'Wally- was the- kind of a young man we'd have been proud- to have as a son., ... As a sportsw'riter we had many, many personal contacts with him and no one will ever, know the enjoyment we derived in -watching him on a basketball court, nor the pleasure as well as the 'sincerity 'with which we plugged him for the Indiana All Star team >his senior year. He. was the first and only underclassman ever to win the CIC sportswriters award as basketball "player of the year". He was as polite as any athlete with whom we've ever conversed, both on and off the court and although he played hard 3nd played to win, he never los.t his head in the heat of action. On the'court or in private, he was an intelligent, handsome young •nan who features were continually brightened by an infectious grin that endeared him to all who knew him. Wally .may be gone—it's hard to believe—but his personality ind his ability have etched- themselves forever in the memory of •his writer who admired him tremendously. March's regionals. Wednesday against Northfield. Indiana Football INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) — It point was the touchdown pass was "Hail Old Purdue" and to Ruble near the end of the "California Here We Come" to- second period, day for Notre Dame with the \ "That gave them the spark college football season in Indi- and they came out running as aha-all wrapped up.. |we knew they could and we Purdue, for-which most ex- 1 couldn't stop them quick perts had predicted a long sea-! enough," he said, son, finished a respectable! For Notre Dame, halfback third in the Big-Ten following Bill Wolski,- who missed the y - 11-1W4 ';-'.' Estate of Rollo TL Shockney. Will filed. Wayne. K. Shockney appointed 'executor."Bond filed"] and-approved.* • ' - 11-20-o4 : > Estate of Oris K. Smith. Citizen's National Bank appointed administrator. Estate of Nora N. Foster. John Brown, 'Administrator. Executor's final report and accounting filed. Hearing set'for December 16. Estate of Frank I.. Widner, John M. Peacock, executor. Letter of information concerning ancillary estE »e proceed'cgs in State of Michigan received and filed. ' 11-21-64 In Re Estate of Enoch I. Stafford, Burrell. C. Stafford and Helen'M. Woods, co-administrators. Inventory and appraisal filed. Petition for instructions ( and authority to continue farm] operation filed submitted ' and granted as prayed for. School Board To v Meet Qecejpker^ ' Tlie Tipton "Commtfnity School board in its meeting November :18/: .re-appointed^ :Mrs.'-;Naomi' Stroup to-the.,Library, Board and-appointed Richard Deines as full-timer ;teach£sj for s .the- Township ele&enta^_sc^ols.-D*lnes has be'en^a p'aft-tfme^teacher furina comDletion of his training at '.-Ball-'. State^College^and-. was appointed full-time on the "completiob. ofythft -quarter. -completion ofv^^uarter-^ j^i-s. Campbefc-^She -also+pre; The.board } :alfeaDted ^jff sfented * t &£fa eac n one-pre- Band director Staniev'iGdodCto attend the Midwest Band Clinic to be held in Chicago. The board, also discussed the 'fire alarm" system for the junior high and construction of: an" impleTriehr storage tmilding on the high school grounds. .-Next-. meeting 1 of the board will Ite held Decent ^ber 4, with new superintendent Vincent Guenther to preside. 7 Desperadoes Escape Prison TRAIN DERAILED' iiRcri— ,,-n l.' n »-i ou i another' "Old Oaken Bucket" t Michigan State game because of The Chieftains, 22-6 in 1964,65, wiU be Mike fhumaker tri h QVer ^tfy Indiana jinjuries, scored twice and quar- have a rugged soohom ? re con-' P^U^^ fester Mrfal. whUe 11 to ^ rateil ^ Dame '- - tingent checking in which won winner Mike Weaver, and Jim all 19 of its" games. The big Seneff from the club that lost man in this group is Tom onlv two 3-point decisions last, Workman, six-feet-seven, whol vear . including lhat 58-55 game j averaged 23.3 points per game. | to Lafayette for the state title. ^^'f Dg a^l layath0me ^y''ol the series, Purdue Rev Mnnnf <T r etrne ' v Japped the Hoosiers Saturday, opens against Rockpbrt Satur- He is rated a cinch to make the starting five which will-be captained by senior guard Charlie Williams. U. C. Santa Barbara will be a full-fledged member jof the conference this year. They entered last season as a probationary member. Biggest name among the USF • returnees is Ollie Johnson, whom Peletta rates as "everybody's All American." He is joined by Joe Ellis as the other key man. - But there are weaknesses, with the accent on a lack of depth up front. A look at the rest of the coast squads: Pacific Eight Stanford —"We'll- be a big team but our speed: is questionable," says Coach -Howie Dall•mar. "Tom ~ Dose;'. our" pitfbt- man,. is. graduated:' We'll hope for more balanced-scoring." California i-The.'Bears' center job also ^is-open with Camden Wall gone. J.Coach Rene Herrerias feels that the team ivi'l be weaker on reuounding. "This will be our smallest club," he said. Southern California ' — The was. one game away from its . first perfect season since 1949. Before a record crowd of j nearly 60,000 and on one of the The Vikings also play at home Coldest dayS in ^ 67 " year his " day. Coach Jerry Altstadt lost three starters but believed his club will be about as strong as last time—stronger under the boards. Also making their season debuts this week will be such reputation-wise teams as Indian-. . , f t,_ apolis Attucks; Terre Haute another windup scrap over the Gerstmeyer, East Chicago T^f d \.\ a t ^Zhern Washington Michigan City and hard-fought battle: at_ Southern .South Bend Central. i™n °M. 2-0, Attucks, perhaps fielding its ' - Playing in 15-degree tempera- strongest team since 1961, plays ture, Purdue broke from a 14-14 • ord and 6-3 overall. . Indiana wound up sharing the league cellar with Iowa at 1-5 and a 2-7 overall mark: Irish Crush Hawkeyes Notre Dame rolled over Iowa in its final home game, 28-0, and ends its brilliant season at Southern California Saturday. In — -i— terback John Huarte fired a record 66-yard touchdown pass to Jack Snow. The Irish set no less than eight school records with Huarte and Snow sharing most of the honors. Big Ten Standings By United Press International FINAL city foe Brebeuf Friday and travels to Gerstmeyer the next night. _ p Gerstmeyer, lacking size and" minus its. entire; starting, lineup from the last season, .'plays its opener Wednesday; against VanBuren. ., .. , \ ] Upstate. Ganies half time- deadlock for>two touch downs with a solid ground game built around halfback Gordon Teter and fullback Randy Minniear. ;td extend its mastery over Indiana ,,to t 40 ^21 with six" games tiet\- -..Te'ter scored twice and gained lie''yards rushing, 46 ryards more than five Hoosier ball car Pet Pts PA .857 156 69 .833 102 41 .714 136 112 East Chicago;Washington Sen- . . ators, who figurejl to be better nes put toS etner - - And Wltn 0,6 than last yeaf's'-i-is season rec- entire, backfield' returning next ord, play Lowell-Wednesday y ear alon § several key Michigan City 'goes against Hnemen, Purdue's future looks strong Gary Froebel.the same bright. : — nisht, and South Bend's Bears Indiana Future Dark irojans lo t only two men to plays city neighbor St. Joseph's Indiana, on the other hand, graduation and Coach Forrest Friday. The South Benders are los " haU a dozen key players, Twogood thinks they'll be expected to be stronger at for- amon 2 them quarterback Rich stronger. The three top scorers ward and center, but they lost Badar > All-Conference fullback —Allen Young, John Block and. two 'fine guards in Mike Warren Tom Nowatzl£ e who .was held to and Jimmy Ward "* J " --'-'-- i - "--->--- Doug Balcom —are back. 25 yards rushing by.'Purdue; BUY Michigan City will be bieser ? red Luss <> w and such stout "AVINGS 3CNDS ... guaranteed PERFECT renter diamond, o^ re- dlacement assured. L;fe- tiii« trade-in privilege ^owar«< a larger Keepsake. Fosters Jewelry Tipton, Ind. but also considerably slower. | Coach Doug Adams lost one of the state's best shooters in Ver| n-n Payne, now at Indiana University. ; Lafayette hopes to rebound at the expense of Rossville linemen as Bob "DeStefano, Don Croftcheck and.Rudy Kuecheh- berg, plus punter Phil Westfall. . Back for the Hoosiers will be pass" catcher Bill Malinchak, who grabbed six for .71. yards and one touchdown against Pur- Wednesday and plays Lebanon due; Ken Hollister, Randy, Bies- on the neutral Butler Fieldhouse ler - Ed Kalu P a and backs John Tonigh & Tues. First ,,Feature at 7:15 Boxof.'fce closes at 9 p.m. ONE OF THE GREAT MOTION PICTURES OF ALL TIME" i /Vlnner of 27 Internationa* Awards...7 Atademy Aword§ UCGIIiESS'HiH Wed, Nigh Only S.Free Turkeys *S*THAT WITCH OF INK'i- "ftobTn cVThe 7 grtmg Hoods' floor here iFriday. Another feature upstate Friday is Froebel-Roosevelt in Gary. Also this week,' Indianapolis Tech starts with a double-leader, meeting Warren Central Wednesday and Southport Saturday. New Castle, like, Lafayette Ginter, Trent Walters and Don Dilly. •Purdue also loses several top linemen among them Harold Wells, Jim Garcia, Ed Flanagan and Bill Howard, and Ken Eby, Jim . Morel, John . Kuzniewski, Charles King in the backfield, plus punter Russ Pfahler, from the North Central Confer-1 But witn ^ e backfield intact ence, beat Knitstown in its Sat-i and such uneme n as Bob Had- urday opener, ?l-43. Janies 5 rick ' Sam ^Pngnuer, .Lou Di- Jameson and Dave Black fiUppo ' John Calcaterra, George poured in 44 points for the win t Catavolos ' • K ^ ri Singer, Jerry ners. Froebel launched its caW' Shay ' Rich Rubk ' and Jim paign'by spanking South Bend Longback * coach Jack Mollei1 ' Riley, 77-52. Advertise In TfieTribune by f,- PLAINSMAJ4 (No Ta>) 'J- ' li* kopf has a good.nucleus for a strong conference contender. iRuble Recovers Ruble,- a sophomore from Brazil "Whb w-as injured much of the:"s ) eIs'6n,"tobk a 25-yard scoring-pa^s from Bob Griese that tie'd" the score at the half at 14-14." He caught two passes for 34 yafds^ ihe first of his,collegiate career.' 5 • Purdue' played' again without Hadrick^'lts star pass receiver who' was Injured at Michigan State. Had tie "been heajthy, •MoUenk!6pf 'said'lie' was "sure" Pnrtlue' J '(Sould have whipped both' Michigan State and Minne- [ sota to"wbifse than tied for-the cohferehce' crown, I : Ihdiani"=coacti''Phil Dickens thought^ 'thV^' game's turpjng.; W L Michigan . 6 1 Ohio State'-. 5 1 Purdue " : 5 2 Minnesota 4 3 .571 Illinois 4 3 .571 Mich. State 3 3 .500 Northwestern 2 5 .286 Wisconsin 2 5. .286 Indiana 1 5 .167 Iowa 1 5 Saturday's Results Michigan 10 Ohio State 0 Purdue 28 Indiana 22 .;' ? Wisconsin 14 Minnesota ,"f" Illinois 16 Michigan State 0 Notre Dame 28 Iowa 0 (non-conference) WALLA WALLA, Wash. (UPI) — Law enforcement agencies throughout the West today spread a dragnet for seven desperadoes, three of them murderers, who burrowed under the walls of the Washington State Penitentiary Sunday night. Warden Bob Rhay said the men were missing at the evening check. A short time later a 40-foot tunnel was found leading to just outside the 12-foot high prison walls. The Washington state patrol immediately t h re w up roadblocks in the area around this southeastern Washington community of 25,000. Law enforcement agencies in Oregon, Idaho, Montana, California, Utah, Nevada, Arizona and New; Mexico were alerted. Rhay said the tunnel began in a cell in the "close security" area of the prison. • j The convicts apparently es- 61 133 caped during the regular rec- 74 152. reation period following dinner, 91 121 [ when prisoners are allowed out ORLEANS, Ind.. (UPD-r-Offi-. cials Sunday blamed a hot!box. for the derailment of 15 cars.df a Monon Railroad freight train near this small Orange County community. -C' No one was injured hvithe wreck when the cars plunged over an embankment behind an industrial plant. Crews worked through the afternoon to repair the railroad right of way. Damage estimates were not available. WINDFALL Dorothy Jeaa'Guffry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. "Frank Gut- fey was ..guest of .honor .at a birthday "party "at'school on Tuesday afternoon. .Dorothy Jean was nine ; years old and is in. the third grade, of'which Mjs;: Fred"a ^Campbell is the' teacher. The event was a surprise and planned by her mo- thjer."-'-Mrs.'-1Gu1IBy served*:"re*-,35 studente. and Mrs. Cr .lvin. Lee and daughter-have returned home from Tipton County hospital. Mr. and, Mrs. Ted Barretf and Mr, and Mrs. Donald Martin attended a musical program on Wednesday evening'"at Indiana Reformatory in Pendleton. The program "The Follies of 1964," -was presented, by the inmates of the institution, and .was attended .by a capacity crowd. Ted Barrett has been an officer and guard there, the past two years. •Mrs. Guy Trimble has returned home from visiting her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown, of Indianapolis. Sidney Brown, of Indianapolis was a weekend guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and daughter, Ellen. 85! 79 1 79 I .167 108 139; of their cells, Rhay said. any To Write Column ELECTION COSTS MARTINSVILLE, Ind. (UPI) —The Indiana Republican state organization spent $365,922 from May 7 to Nov. 10, a report filed with the Morgan County clerk by Stanley H. Byram of Martinsville, treasurer of the GOP state committee, showed today, j Byram's report listed a balr ance of $10,494 at the end of the campaign for the Nov. 3. election, which the Republicans lost. During the campaign, the party received $297,813 to add to a balance on hand May 7_ of horse, remains at Darlene Causey, daughter .'of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Causey has returned home from Tipton County hospital, following -observation and treatment. '. ••" Little New York Misses Linda Atchley and Connie Stewart attended the Sunshine club initiation recently at Tipton school. $78,599. Biggest source of income was $113,840 from a $100-a-plate dinner. •Biggest expense • was public relations counsel which cost the party $93,881. An additional j $85,439 was spent for radio and television advertising, Wessie Walker, who suffered injuries when he ;fell from a Methodist His room hospital, Indianapolis, number is B662. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Beaver visited recently Mr. and Mrs Cad Goff. ' PUBLISHER DIES Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shograss are parents of a boy, who has been named John.. He weighed seven pounds.'' He i is", also welcomed by a;;brother; -Kickie. .Recent LOS ANGELES (UPI) ^Sen. Barry M. Goldwater and the Los Angeles Times have announced that when he returns to private life in 'January he will resume writing a syndicated newspaper column. The column will provide They were gone at the regular 9:30 p.m. count. • The tunnel was just big enough for the men to crawl through, Rhay said. He identified the escapees as| RICHMOND,.Ind, (UPI)—Ru- Arthur St. Peter, 39;;. Vert 'ijS • (jplflhnG. Leeds, 78. - editor and •. Recent' yjsifofs • of.-. $frv and James Barrett, 35; Richard Eu^'publtsher of the. Richmond Pal- Mrs.-. Roy .{ijiyir y Were .'Mrs. gene Loux, 26; John L. Mullen- ladium-Item the "past 58 years, HesterV.'^q^;.tfr^'*,(Jieo Henix; 33; Donald Maseros,. 23;.died Saturday.- night i' in .bis --shew: a'nnVp ^fVMc^ren. Harold Thomas, 38; and Neil C. home after-a heart, seizure. | '..'.,*/fr'--* •' .. Wallen, 28. I Private services .'will be held. • Thomas, Wallen and Mesaros Leeds was a.native of Rich- were serving terms for murder, mond but spent-his boyhood in Chicago and New. York City. Hospital Notes :-y»t ,\t V .•:fi..*'. fe - >f 'JL\K sSj.'' K^A, ADMISSIONS: "John Osborn, Windfall;"' Sara Hdtz, Tipton; Berniece Johns, Kokomo; Edna Long, Windfall; K a r e n Walsh, Kokomo;, Deborah Ennis, Sharpsville; Nancy Duffer, Kemptbn; Marilyn Mitchell, Tipton; James alarshal, Kokomo; Vernon Kiricaid, Sharpsville; Sharon Burnett, Sharps- viHe; .James -Harpe,- Tipton; Ray Justice, Elwood; Mary Pickett, 'Tipton'; Leoda Chistian- shun, Windfall; Janet Gunkel, Tipton; Opal Jeffers, Kempton; Dorothy ^Baden, Tipton; Harry Woodard, Kokomo; Edna Crowell, Tipton; Noya Aldridge, Tipton; Mary Ripberger, Kokomo; Marie Turner, Hobbs; Susan Crume,' Tipton; Davis Jones, Tipton; Ernest Hurd, Tipton; Betty Wertz, Tipton; Fern. Long, Atlanta. DISMISSALS: Ira Massingel, Kirklin; Mary Pickett, Tipton; June Richejj, Kokomo; Flossie Long,' Atlanta; Connie DeFab- ris, Sharpsville; Judith. Waters, Russiaville; Cecil Heffelmire, Atlanta; Anna Cast, Kokomo; Kathy Robinson, Tipton; Doris Cloud,. kokomo; Eva Hinkle, Goldsmith; Juanita Kelly, Tipton; Blanche Duncan, Tipton; Harry Miller, Sharpsville, Jewel Pugh, Windfall; Bernard Luttrell, Tipton; Mary Miller, Tipton; Deborah Robinson, Elwood; Susan. Walker, Tipton; Delford Moore, West Middleton; Oma Mott, Kempton; Hattie Kirby, Sharpsville; Helen Day, Center; Mary Esther Kemper, Windfall; Robert Lair, Windfall. BIRTHS: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Smith, Tipton, boy, 2:17 p.m., November 21. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ripberger, Kokomo, girl, 4:12 p.m., November 21. Loyal Order of Moose Meeting Tuesday 8:00 E.S.T. ' RALPH GRAHAM Gov. CHAS. O'TOOLE, Sec. Kiwanis Club Hull's Country Kitchen Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Richard Smith, President Joe Watson. Secretary MARRIAGE LICENSES sponsible opposition" on politi cal questions. The announcement was made last night by the Arizona Republican and Otis Chandler, publisher of the Times. The Los Angeles Times Syndicate, which, introduced Goldwater's column in 1960, again will distribute his three-times- weekly offering. Goldwater suspended the column when he decided to seek the GOP presidential nomination. At that time, it was appearing in about 175 newspapers in the United States. , ' Since he was\defeated earlier this month by President Johnson, Goldwater said: "Providing responsible opposition will be my prime function as a private citizen deeply concerned with politics. Moreover, in my earlier writing efforts, there were many matters which I was not able to discuss in print due to my senatorial obligations. When my Senate term expires and I resume writing, these restrictions no longer will apply." 1 While in his. Iat6 teens, he bell 21-44 (came interested.-, in journalism T ?^;„ n «;iiot ,0 T>T>I At and his mother,- Mrs. Jeanetfe Eric D.. Miller, 19, R-Ri At- L ee( j s bought the 700-siibscriber c£ft S 2w S ytSUe Richmond Palladium' and -ap- ^.^A A rb StU £ en M Pointed Leeds as publisher at Gareth A. Amrheim, 22, Mun- - f 20 : r .. : ... "re-iC^ St 2f R' RVSOU T"" Leeds bou ^' the Richmond re- Ci-um, 22, R. R. 4, Tipton, Tea- gun . Telegram a year ] ater and Dim-ichor in lg38 the Ricnmond . It em, merging, them with the. Palladium as he built the publication ;TR*M5J&f(6NS • ,P^ulk&;y; ; ,S$jelSeKtb' Grace H. ChendweUi^'ParJ' of Lot 7, Cox's He ^s '^th'^'dditiori. - .CharioM^'M^t-ie ^octiran to DOn E. Httoky, £i u£ -'.ten acres m' Sac: 2ft ;Cicefo Tw'p. RETURN TO JOBS GARY, Ind. (UPI)—Members to a present "circulation of;more of Local 1133 of the United than 26,000. . " • •'t Steelworkers Union today are •" Although, the .'funeral will be scheduled to return to their jobs private, friends may call ait the after agreement with the com- Doan &• Johnson Funeral Home j pany was reached in a three-,this afternoon and tonight day walkout. The brief, "wildcat" strike ended Saturday afternoon and the call for workers to return to their jobs went out. One of the main" issues in the walkout was believed to be the company scheduling of 10-hour workdays for some departments. BACK IN BUSINESS Livestock trucking. Crirence^AmsbUry Phoi^OS W978 Rotary Club Tuesday, 6:15 p.m. Tom's Cafeterls TURKEY SANDWICH and GLASS OF BEER TUESDAY TI-ON LOUNGE ELK'S STAG This Wed. Nov. 25 FREE OYSTER STEW or VEGETABLE SOUP 6:00 - 7:00 P.M. All members urged to, Attend iTPTON MERCHANTS WILL HAyE - AN Tiptwi Retail Merchants : 5 ' ASSOCIATION BON'T PAMPER VOOR WIFE Let Her Winterproof the Porch with FLEX-O-GLASS This Year, Any little lady can enclose a' porch or breezeway with Warp'i FLEX-O-GLASS. It's so easy! '-Just'cut with shears and tack jover screens. Makes a warm, sunlit room; flooded with healthful Ultraviolet- rays, where the children can play all winter Jong—or use as an extra .Stpre-toom. Genuine,!urystal- r clear' F£EX-O^LASS lasts for Vears at a fraction toe cost of *"Btais. Only 90r tfacfyd^t ytrflr* local hdwrs'i or lmbr dealen ARE YOU LOOKING FOR QUALITY? TOM TURKEYS Fresh Frozen 20 T 24 lb. AVERAGE 33 LB. Call OS 5-4410 To RpsMye' Potilt|^| HEN TURKEYS FRESH 45 DOUBLE BREASTED LB. HENS :B. 39 IB. tMU- |- 12 ox. For Only U7 S. WOl ST.; TIPTON IND.

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