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Tipton, Indiana
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Monday, December 7, 1964
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Morfddy;Pfec. 7; 1964 THE TIPTON DAILY TRIBUNE PAGE 5 SiTRAOflNl HI HELP CLASSIFIED RATES 1 Insertion . 4c per word 2 insertions 7c par ward 3 Ttwrtionj 9c per word 4 insertions 11c per word 5 insertions 13c per word 6 Insertions 2 14c per word Minimum rate — SI .00 Charges are ai a reduced cash rate and apply if the ad is paid within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion. SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the First issue they appear and report any error at once as no allowance can be made iffer the first incorrect insertion. ' BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. MEMORIAM — lie p»r fine. CARD OF THANKS — fl 35 Cat! OS 5-2115 before 10:00 A. M. for insertion same day, except Saturday—call, before 9:00 A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL 10:05 A. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. inch 90c 1 inch per mo. daily „ $18.00 Each additional inch - $13.00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTTN A U T .0 SALES. 704 W. Jefferson St For Your Car Needs See W THE FMBLEM OF QUALITY v ~ 120 S. West St. Phone OS 5-4941 Tipton SERVICES SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults vacuum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Eiwood FE 2-2884. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS S- 7325. C4S WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Pickren. OS 5-1358. C-tt FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE ACCEPTING OFFERS on sale of cement block building formerly used by Omar F. Brewer on South 1st Street in Tipton. To close estate. Robert E. Brewer, P. O. Box 6, Bremen, Indiana, or phone Bremen, 546-8441. P-57 FOR SALE — 40 ACRES — Has modern home with fireplace, hardwood floors and basement. Good barn. All tillable level black land. Located on black top road and priced to sell. JOE ROSS \ 120 South West Street 1 (;M( •GENERAL fvTOT©RS CORPORATION ' TRUCKS PROM V. TO OO TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. INSTRUCTIONS FOR SALE TOR SALE—Spinel organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. US 5-6263. C-tf U. S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! Men-women, 18-52. Start high as 5102.00 a week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. FREE information on jobs, salaries, requirement. Write TODAY giving name, address and phone. Lincoln Service, Box V c/o Tribune, Tipton, Ind. HELP WANTED PUPPIES — $4.00 EACH WANTED—Litter mate puppies 3 to 6 months old, 4 or more to the litter, weighing at least 10 pounds each. Must be healthy. State number and age of puppies when writing for de livery date. Pitman-Moore, Division of the Dow Chemical Company, Zionsviile, Indiana FOR RENT FOR RENT—2 ibedroom apartment. 236% South Main. New remodeled and redecorated. Heat, water and sewage furnished. Phone OS 5-6812. C-tf 'FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, upstairs. Adults only. Phone OS 5-2348. C-57 YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, 460 N. West Street Phone OS 5-4544. C-55 LOST AND FOUND LOST—Boys blue and white school jacket. Rondal L. .Montgomery. 614 N. Independence. OS 5-2019. Reward. C-57 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the staff of the Tipton County Memorial Hospital for the kindness shown me while there, the doctors, the ministers, especially Rev. James Shockney and all who called on me for their prayers and comforting words. It will always be remembered. 1 ! Mrs. Claude Long CARD OF THANKS I want to thank Rev. Lyon, Mrs.- Lyon, my doctors, nurses, and all the others at the hospital, my relatives, school teachers, and class, the C W F of the Christian Church, everyone who sent gifts and cards and helped during my illness. All these many acts of kindness will always be remembered. Susan Lee Crume NATIONAL POODLE CLIPPING. Also Poodle puppies for sale. El- 1 wood. FE 2-2679. C-60 j FOR SALE—Signature automatic oil heater with thermostat. 65,000. OS 5-2979. P-57 FOR SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. C-tf MUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pianos — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558. P-tf 'XMAS TREES—Get your tree early this year! Our own Scotch Pines. At Harold and Berniece Lee's, mi West of Road "31 on Road 28, South side. Phone 963-5335. C-tf <FOR SALE—Farm. 10 acres, Vfe mile east of East Union. Large 4 bedroom home, $25,000.00 Ferguson-Bergman Real Estate, Kokomo. GL 7-8816 or GL 9-4770. 3029 South Lafountain Street, Kokomo. P-60 CHRISTMAS TREES Ronnie and Judy Softong. 120 West Jackson. C-tf FOR SALE—Bicycle, girls 24 inch Schwinn, excellent condition. Call OS 5-2713 after 4. C-tf Xmas trees sheared scotch pine. R. Griffy, N. Main Street. C-67 1964 SINGER CABINET $36.08 FULL BALANCE Beautiful walnut cabinet. Assume six payments of $6.01 monthly. Monograms, applir ques, darns, sews .forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag, warranty included. Call OS 5 : . 2135. tf FOR SALE—Transistor control Genie garage door operators. Sales and Service. George Morrisett, 437 N. Main. OS 52096. P66 FOR SALE — Semi-automatic washer, used about l year. Call OS 5-2419. C-56 FOR SALE — Beautiful spinet piano like new., 3 pairs of lined . drapes. Mrs. Al Heine. C-56 Mrs. Al Heine. • C-56 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—7 milk cows. 9 on 10V Atlanta, R.R. i. Perry Miller. »•••'• p.58 USED CARS FOR SALE—1951 DeSoto^Cus torn 4-door, 6 cylinder. Runs good, good tires and body. Make offer. Call OS 5-2052 after 5:00 p.m. . C-57. •—MEN— Get A Man's Job!! OPERATING HEAVY EQUIPMENT BULLDOZERS GRADERS SCRAPERS DRAG LINES BACK HOES CLAM SHELLS Qualify Xow For the many lifg-h paying- Jobs In heavy ci>nKtructinn. buill- liiff roads, bridges, dams, pipelines, air fields. Irrigation systems, missle Kites, home- sites. • office buildings, etc. Local and foreign employment opportunities. You can start now without leaving: your present Job. Complete practical training on Our modern machines, at Ol'R Resident Training Sites grives you the background yon need to get that JOB you want as a HEAVY KQCIF- MEXT OPERATOR, V.A. approved to*- full resident training. . For complete information send name, address and telephone number to: ASSOCIATED Heavy Equipment Schools J 06 W. Monroe .South Bend. Indiana FEMALE HELP WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED—Refined lady 25 or over, waitress work 5:30 to 12:30 evenings. Good salary. Briggs Restaurant. Telephone OS 5-6343. P-55 MALE HHP WANTED MAN TO distribute Rawleigh Products in Tipton County or City of Tipton. Must be 21 and own car. Write Rawleigh Dept. IN L 380 1158, Freeport, 111. P-55-67 FREE XMAS MONEY —Just bring in your scrap imple- - ments, complete cars,, trucks or farm tractors, jank batteries, copper, brass, aluminum and lead. Scrap prices are high at LEVI'S (scrap yard) Tipton. . . P-57 WANTED—Riders to Kokomo 3:30 to midnight. Write Box G, c/o Tipton Tribune. P-56 WANTED^-Good used set of en< cyclopaedic. Call OS 5-2655. ' P-56 KITTENS-CATS — $3.00 EACH WANTED—Litter mate Kittens 3 to 6 months old; 3 or more to the Utter. Cats, 7 months to 3 years old,' weighing -at least 3 pounds each. Must be healthy. State number and age of animals' when writing for •delivery date.' - Pitman-Moorc Division of the Dow Cherhifcal .Cb'mpby, 'Zibnsville",' ffidiafia. WINDOW By LYLE WjLSON U/iited Press International On this day of infamy above all others the conscience" of !the American- people is burdened heavily with the probability ithat a great injustice was done to appease the public wrath 'after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. This • probable injustice was done to Maj. Gen. Walter C. Short and to Rear Admiral Husband E. Kimmel, the Army and Navy commanders in Hawaii on Dec. 7, 1941. The American people demanded goats and cared little.'who they might be or how high their station. A shaken Washington offered Kimmel and Short. And that was that! These disgraced men deserve another chance. That is, their reputations deserve another chance, a fair trial, a more compassionate consideration. On the record as it stands, Short and Kimmel got a- raw, raw deal. And the disturbing thought intrudes that they were deliberately sacrificed in bloody ritual to meet the public demand. Never Had Trial Short and Kimmel never had a trial. FDR named a five-man group headed by Associate Supreme Court Justice Owen J. Roberts to make a hurry-up investigation of the Pearl Harbor disaster. Roberts and his commission reported in late January, 1942, that Short and Kimmel were responsible. The commission accused them of derelictions of duty and errors of judgment. The commission had no doubts and less compassion. • There followed some congressional uproar including demands that the officers be court-martialed. These demands were larded with politics, it being the theory that the responsibility for Pearl Harbor was heavily shared among top military and civilian brass in Washington. A military trial might have developed that theme. The trial never took place. Admiral H a r 0 1 d R. (Dolly) Stark, chief of naval operations, was relieved and assigned to command the Navy in Europe with* headquarters in London, which came to be known as Doghouse-on-the-Thames. Came No Closer That was as near as Washington ever got to admitting that all the blame for Pearl Harbor did not rest oh the two goat commanders, Short and Kimmel. The 1942 Roberts commission had been very firm and god-like in\. its destruction of Kimmel's and Short's reputations. , But on Dec. 1;. 1944, the War and N a v y Departments an, nounced that continued investigations had disclosed ho evi- LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Sealed Proposals are desired on or before 7:00 p.m Fast time on the 18th day of December 1S64 by the Wildcat Township Trustee Windfall, Indiana for the purchase on an Installment Conditional sale or Mortgage Contract as per Chap ter 95 Acts of 1947 at a General Assembly of the State of Indiana, Burns 65513, for one (1) chassis, cab, and Pumper complete as per the specifications on file in the Trustee's office. Terms of payment are to be ap proximately six thousand dollars ($6,000.00) down on or before December 31,- 1964 and approximately equal installments due on or before July 1 and December 30th of each year bearing an Interest rate not exceeding 4% per annum. Or the Trustee and Advisory Board in behalf of the Township, may purchase the equipment for cash and borrow the necessary funds from a Financial Institution in the State of Indiana under the terms as outlined in Burns 65513. Each bidder shall submit with his 10% Bid Bond or Certified Check to insure that he will enter into a contract with the ToTmship should he be given the award. The successful bidder shall also furnish a 100% Performance Bond, covering the contract. Each bidder shall submit his bid on the form No. 95 as prescribed by the Indiana State Board of Accounts. The Wildcat Township Trustee reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to purchase what in their opinion is the lowest and best bid. ALBKKT JOHNSON, Trustee 55-61 On The Lighter Side WASHINGTON -{UPI) — The Pentagon recently created consternation in the ranks of military-type freeloaders by tightening the rules governing acceptance of gratuities from defense contractors. Some wag in the procurement branch accepted the directive as a challenge to prepare yet another form to be filled out in triplicate. This one is called the "gratuity acceptance report." A copy of the form, which is being surreptitiously circulated among military purchasing officers, has fallen into my hands. Being a rather interesting specimen of bureaucratic fun and games, I have taken the liberty of. passing along an abridged, or expurgated, version below: Gratuity Acceptance Report (DD form 1984) 1. Name of recipient of gratuity: 2. Grade (if civilian): Rank (while it lasts):— : 3. Date gratuities accepted: Was Gratuity solicited? yes no 4. Giver: (including nationality; i.e.,. Russian, Chinese, etc) 5. Type of gratuity accepted: a. Food and beverage drink(s) lunch -drink(s) -dinner breakfast b. Lodging accommodations hotel - motel yacht bordello private boudoir corporate pleasure dome c.Narcotics -cigar(s)-cigarette(s) (including light?) marijuana -opium -heroin- sphrodisiac (specify) d. Companionship type blonde(s) brunetfe(s) -redhead(s) e. Companionship rating better better f. Miscellaneous tie clasp(s) calendar(s) ; pictures (frame - unframed) other (specify: e.g., vicuna," stereo, etc.) '6. Acceptance of above gratuity is in the best interest of the United States government because it: increases combat effectiveness improves morale fights poverty strikes blow for freedom. (For administrative, use only) Recommended action: court martial-discharge obtain as personal aide promotion transfer to congressional liaison Distribution: Defense Department Information Office; Internal Revenue Service; FBI; WCTU; Drew Pearson; Republican National Committee. dence to justify court martial proceedings against Kimmel and Short. The departments conceded that others also were responsible such as certain (unnamed) officers in Washington who did not properly perform their duties. * The foregoing covers the high spots of a dirty deal. As another Christmas season approaches the American people might find it in their hearts to holler.for a hew look' at the Pearl Harbor story in search of possible cruel injustice ~to Walter C. "Short and Husband E. Kimmel. AEC CONDUCTS TEST WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Atomic , Energy Commission conducted an underground nuclear test of "low intermediate yield" Saturday at its Nevada test site. This was the 19th such test announced by the commlsJ sion this year. , j i' Science Is Studying Your Sixth Sense' EDITOR 'S NOTE: This is the fifth and last dispatch on extra-sensory perception fay the UPl's nationcl reporter. By HARRY FERGUSON United Press International Newspapermen sometimes discuss what would be the biggest news story of all. Over the years nominations have included a total war, tidal waves-on all shores of all continents, the conquest of cancer and even some variation of the Duke of Windsor story in -which love conquers all in high places. The man who probably cut closest to the heart of the question of what fascinates us all was a talented New York editor named Herbert Bayward Swope: "Positive proof of life after death." Survival beyond the grave is an article of faith in most religions. But Swope was not talking about faith, he was talking about iron-clad scientific "proof. Great intellects have ranged themselves on both sides of the controversy over whether the ^personality can survive death. William James was convinced that a medium named Mrs. Lenore Piper was in touch with the great beyond. William Shakespeare, in a famous soliloquy on death, has Hamlet say that the other side of the grave is an undiscovered country |from which no traveler returns. Some Remarkable Feats Spiritualism is the religion that deals most directly with the problem. Its followers •Relieve that we not only survive |death but, through mediums, can communicate with our friends and loved ones among the living. Dr. J.B. Rhine of Duke University, a pioneer in the study of extra-sensory perception, has no interest in attacking faith or discrediting religion. Reputable scientists agree mediums have performed some remarkable feats. William James was not a naive fool. He was a doctor of medicine and a distinguished psychologist at Harvard University. He probably was the best qualified man [in the United States to pass judgment on Mrs. Piper. . When James went to see the medium, he took care that she would not know his identity or any facts about his family. 'Mrs. 'Piper went into a trance and began naming and describing some of James' deaf relatives. 'She answered questions about the relatives accurately, although she did not claim to be in direct touch with them. She said she was getting her information through an intermediary in the spirit world or, in her o\vn_ language, a "control." After" much investigation James came to the considered judgment that Mrs. Piper "has supernormal powers." Search Goes On The search for scientific proof of life after death was 'one of Rhine's primary objectives when he began his research more than 30 years ago. Not to keep you in suspense, I he hasn't found it yet^. One scientific hypothesis offered to explain the ; powers of mediums is that they truly are receiving information, but not from beyond the grave. This theory is that in their trances they are receptive to mental telepathy from the; minds of the persons grouped around them. It should be emphasized that this is a theory and not a proved fact. Thousands of persons have reported visitations, most frequently in dreams, from dead relatives. One of the most interesting is described by J. Gaither Pratt, who has worked with Rhine, in his book "Parapsychology": In 1905 James L. Cbaffin, a farmer in Davie County, North Carolina, made a will leaving everything to his third son, Marshall. In 1921 Chaffin suffered a fatal fall. Sometime in June, 1925, the second son, James, said he began dreaming that his father was visiting his bedside. On one such occasion, according to James, his father said "you will find my will in my overcoat pocket." James found his father's old overcoat and ripped away the thread that had been used to sew up the inside ,pocket. He found a note in his father's handwriting instructing him to read the 27th Chapter of Genesis in the family Bible. Before doing so, James got three witnesses. Bible Gave Clue The Bible was so old that it fell apart when they opened it to the 27th Chapter of Genesis which tells the story of Jacob and Esau and their birthright. There they found a will in their father's handwriting, made on Jan. 16, 1919, which divided the property equally among all four children. A court certified it and the property was redistributed. A visit from beyond the grave? Or a case of clairvoyance on the part of the son? Pratt answers it this way: "On the face of the • matter, the experience looks like an instance in which the father returned in the son's dreams for the purpose of righting a wrong to his family. But where a question of such momentous importance is at issue, we dare not claim an affirmative answer until there is • no alternative explanation. -—The will-was there, all the while, in the Bible. And the pa per giving the clue was in existence in the lining of the old coat. If we assume that the son was concerned with the injustice of his father's earlier will, he had sufficient reason to want to discover the later document which would set things right. It is not difficult, therefore, to suppose that ordinary extra-sensory perception (clairvoyance) could have detected the existence of the paper in the father's coat." to retire next year. When that happens his parapsychology laboratory > will be converted into the Institute for Parapsychology and attached to the Foundation for Research on the Nature of 'Man. That is an independent institution ' which will co-operate with, a number of universities in this country and abroad. In recent years the Rhine laboratory has averaged six full-time workers and another half dozen handling editorial, technical and secretarial work. At present there are two fellows in training, both from India. ALARIC GROUNDED •BRISTOL, England (UPI) — The 1,120-ton submarine Alaric, returning after two weeks in the gale-lashed Atlantic, sailed up the placid Avon and ran aground on a mudbank. TASTE OF CHRISTMAS WASHINGTON (UPI)—President and Mrs, Johnson got a brief advance taste of Christmas Sunday when carols were sung during services at the church they attended. "Come, all ye faithful," "Silent Night," and "O Little Town of Bethlehem" were among the selections the choir sang at the National City Christian Church's 11 a.m. service. POPULATION EXPLOSION WASHINGTON (UPI) — The population of the world, increasing by 65 million annually, is expected to reach 4.3 billion by 1980, according to the Population Reference Bureau, Inc. "Most important is that about a third of the world's people have gained, or are gaining, control of the birth rate," the bureau said in a report Sunday. "And the high birthrate areas -are the developing countries with low levels of living." At present the world's population is 3.283 billion. Communist China is the most populous nation in the world at 690 million. India is second with 468.5 million, followed by Russia at 229 million, the United States at 192 million and Indonesia with 102 million. UPS STATUS WASHINGTON (UPI) — The U.S. diplomatic post in Communist Romania was upgraded formally to the status of an embassy by 'President Johnson over the weekend. Romania elevated its minister here to the rank of ambassador last Aug. 14. Named Ambassador to Romania was William A. Crawford, 49, a veteran foreign service officer. He has served as U.S. minister in Bucharest since 1961. With ESP No. 5 By United 'Press International Dr. J.B. Rhine, pioneer in the study of extra-sensory perception at Duke University, intends AUTO INSURANCE BUYERS It will pay you to check with Eugene Ritz before you renew your auto insurance. Though rates increase, the Safe Driver Discount we give may cut your rale. Contact Eugene Ritz at RITZ AGENCY 115 N. Main Street Tipton, Indiana OS 5-7417 SALE OF REAL ESTATE Gerald RayL as Administrator of the Estate of Oliver Rayl, Deceased, hereby gives notice that ha will at the Law Office of Wilson Wheatley, Attorney, 105 East Madison Street, Tipton, Indiana, offer at private sale at 9:00 A.M., December 15th, 1964 and from day to day thereafter until sold, the following described real estate, to wit: ~ Southeast Quarter ('/*) of the Southwest Quarter (14) of Section Twenty (20), Township Twenty-two (22) North, Range Three (3) East, containing Forty (40) acre*, ALSO, Twenty-five (25) acres'off the whole North end of the ' Northeast Quarter (Vi) of the Northwest .Quarter (V<) of Section Twenty-nine (29), Township Twenty-two (22) North, Range Three (3) East, all in Tipton County, Indiana. Containing in all Sixty-five (65) acres.; Real estate will be sold for cash, 10% of bid at time of sale and balance within 30 days of date buyer Is furnished with marketable abstract or binder of title insurance. Real estate will be sold subject to 1964 tax payable in 1965. Sale subject to approval of Tipton Circuit Court. Gerald Rayl, Administrator < WILSON WHEATLEY, Attorney EXECUTOR'S PUBLIC SALE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9,1964 TIME: 11:00 A.M. PLACE: Harry Johannes Farm, 1 mile East of State Road 19 and Vi mile North of Tipton, Indiana. By order of Tipton Circuit Court, the undersigned Executor of the Estate, of Harry G. Johannes, deceasecL will offer at public sale the following described personal property, to wit: Highway Cruiser, G. M. C„ 1962, V* ton; dump truck with bed, G. M. C, 1948, % ton; 350 bu. oats; 100 bales alfalfa hay; 150 bales straw;.John Deere tractor with 2 row cultivator; crop breaking plow; 7 ft. disc; Dunham culti-mulcher, 8 ft.; Co-op manure spreader; Massey-Ferguson, 1964 riding mower with snow blower attachment; Smith garden tiller; Balken garden tractor with attachment; Bolinger weed mower; 2 power lawn mowers; electric lawn mower; hand lawn mowers ;dinner bell; water tank; hog self-feeder; 25 lengths of Vz in. pipe, 21 ft long; 6 scoop shovels; bolt cutter; hydraulic jacks; hand saws; bench grinders; chain saw; Frigidaire; die tap set, 10 hammers; extension ladder; overhead gas tank and stand; electric drill; electric s a rider; 2 bench vices; 5 U. S. Royal Master tires, 800 x 15-4 ply rayon; 5 tubes.. 800 x 15; Black and Decker electric saw; 6 wooden gates, 12 ft.; 4 wire gates, 10 ft.; 10 rd. fence, new tall No. 9 wire; ' rolls new fence, each 20 rd. No. 11 filler wire; 2 rolls used fence wire, each 20 rd.; 14 used head posts, red cedar; 75 used line posts, red cedar; 25 new line posts, red cedar, 5x7; Co-op electric water heater, new; and Multiplex electric saw. ANTIQUES, FURNITURE AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Lionel electric train and track set; Edison phonograph and records; single bed, new springs and mattress; love seat and 2 chairs; New Home sewing machine; trunk; bed pillows; bed comfort; Texaco fire engine; suitcases; outdoor Santa Claus; clothes hamper; large enamel coffee-pot; Aladdin lamp; barbel! weights; 14 qt. Conservo canner; camping stove; fishing rods; attachments for Rexalr sweeper; coffee pots; china bed pan; old fashioned light fixtures; chest of drawers, wardrobe, lard press; sausage grinder; foot stools; flower stands; portable kerosene heater; round outdoor clothes line; wash stand; crocks, lard cans; electric chick brooder; 4 table leaves, 42 in.; dishes. TERMS: Cash -Not Responsible In Case Of Accident Lunch will be served on premises. Citizens National Bank, Executor O. B. SWINFORD, Auctioneer WILSON WHEATLEY, Attorney Mon. lues. Wed. SPECIALS! CARTER'S Super Market FRESH WHOLE FRYERS - 29' LB. TUE.—WED. ONLY GRADE "A" MEDIUM EGGS D0Z. 39' SCOTCH PINE . CHRISTMAS TREFS $299 UP CARTER'S MAGIC NUMBER STORE COME IN AND CHECK YOUR LUCKY NUMBER WITH OURS

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