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Idaho Free Press Caldiell Keys-Tribune, Friday, July 7,1967-2 THE NEWS-TRIBUNE and IDAHO FREE PRESS Pvbliidtd evening! tictpi Sunday ol 316 lenlh A.e. Soulh Nampa Idaho 83o5 1 by Conyon Publishing Go. Eme/ed as mond clou moMei ot the Poit Oldce ol Nampo Idoho under aci ol March 8, 1B79. All nol.cei requited by law or o/aV ol co^it ol co-nptlent jvrildic- tion lo be publnhed *et\l, will be piMthcd in Ihe Saturday inue ollhiipopeipuiivonl lo Sedion 40-108 I.C. 1963 01 added tderelo by Chapur 164 1933 Senior lowi ol Idaho. SU6SCK PIION RAFE Carrie,, p., n-.omh 51.85 Coirie., per Y ,ai S22 20 Moil (in ad.once) in Canyon, Ado, OwyVee. Gem. Elmort, Waihing- ton. So,*, Poyetre. Waho. Adomi. Valley or-d Malhevr Counliei. OUFSIDE ABOVE COUNTIES ! Mon1h S 1.50 1 Monil. . $ 1 75 J**"""" s ? s 3v. 0 n,h,. . ; : ' · · $;,, lr " r SI5.00 I V e o . $17.00 OBITUARIES William J. Shaddy May Louise Frost NAMPA- Services for rfll- NAMPA - Services for Mrs. Ham Jefferson Shaddy, 86, May Louise Frost, 49, 303 Lo- 1803 3rd St. N., Nampa, who cust a - Nampa, who died Wed- died Thursday at a Nampa nurs- nesday at her home following an ing home following an extended extended illness, wlllbe conduct- illness, will be conducted at 10 ed at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Oak a.m. Monday at Ihe Alslp Fun- Park, III., with interment to era! Chapel, follow there. Roy Wilson of Ihe Church of Local arrangements were un- Christ ai Mountain Home will der the direction of .AlsipFuner- officiate. Interment will follow al Chapel, at Kohlerlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Frost was born Sept. 20, Shaddy was born Oct. 14, 1880, Wi at Chicago, PI., andattend- at Grove Springs, Mo., and was ed schools there. She was mar- reared there. He was married r ' e(J to Ea rl Frost on June 12, to Cora Ella Webb on July 24, 1MO, at Chicago. They resided 1902, at Grove Springs. a* Park Ridge, III., until August, They moved to Buhl, Idaho, 1957, when they movedto Nampa. in September, 1911, and came lo They nad niade their home here Nampa In January, 1921. Mrs. slice. Shaddy preceded him in death Survivors Includeherhusband; on March 9, 1947. one daughter, Mrs. Judy Childs, Shaddy later was married to Caldwell; and one brother, Mary Frances Corbln In 1952, Robert Geiger, Houston, Tex. and she died June 29, 1959. The family suggests memor- He then was married to Mary f als lo the Multiple Sclerosis Ellen Hegsted on Oct. 1, 1961, foundation In lieu of flowers, and she died July 12, 1966. ln Mre * Mrs - Waden a Nagle Mr. Shaddy was a retired * ym P- Route 2 farmer and a member of the ^» I* * t Church of Christ here. - ' L V C f l S l S Survivors Include six sons, * %···»· ·» Chandos and Vincent, both of f JJli-*.. Eugene, Ore., Murrel, Nampa, V r O f l U f I f O n Buhl, Colfax, Calif., Waldo, On- ,_ , . tario, Calif., and Eugene Shad- \OrifM 1C dy, Caldwell; four daughters, «#^f I V M J Mrs. Pansy Muason, Ontario, NAMPA -- Loren Farrar, 15, Calif.; Mrs. Freda Doramus, Nampa Route 1, was reported In Kuna Route 1; Mrs. Beula Mine, serious condition at St. Alphon- Santa Ana, Calif.; and Mrs. sus Hospital in Boise todayfrom Eula May White, Eugene, Ore.; head injuries suffered in a car- three sisters, Mrs. Laura Lat- motorcycle collision three miles umer, Springfield, Mo.; Mrs. Es- west of Nampa on Highway 30 sle Stephens, Othello, Wash.; the night of July 4. and Mrs. Verba Boatman, Rial- Hospital officials said Farrar to, Calif.; 40 grandchildren has not fully regalnedconscious- and 48 great-grandchildren, ness. H i n h flnH T n w riding the motorcycle when it was 1 1 iy i i a i K^JUVV , nvolved [n a coll|slon with a Mr i«.nt» B9 R» 17 Caldwell Route 5. Coombs B sTJU fifi fifi wA hls Passengers, Jan Priest, Boto « 11 17,ar,dhersister,SandraPriest, BorfL 76 61 13, of 1405 Wilson St., Caldwell, Si« qc ,, escaped Injury, police said. MTM « jc An Investigation of the accident So 11*TM^. Cleveland 75 63 · 4- _ LI^U Denver 86 56 j\f\Ql\ 11610 Des Moines 78 55 _, Detroit 76 57 / n V f i n n f f f l f l Fairbanks 70 48 ·" « * f l W W I I l l » f E±S S? It MURPHY -WilfordTsosIe PROPOSAL STUDIED Treasure Valley Bids On Stock Plane Races (Continued from Page 1) vinced the future of Caldwell is Brown is tentativelyscheduled thrill show." predicated on the future of Nam- to reproduce the showat Bakers- He noted that planes race at pa, and vice versa." field again in 1968, but said he full speed at altitudes ranging In the preliminary discus- would withhold his committment from 25 to 125 feet. sions, it was suggested that the to that city awaiting a firm de- 61 order for the show to be closed race course could be es- ctsion by ihe local group, produced in Canyon County,how- tabllshed over Lake Lowell If Ihe show is produced here ever, would call for the full where there would be adequate and it is successful, Brown in- cooperation of the county gov- spectator areas as well as the dicated he would make this the ernment, city officials and ser- possibility of controlling vehl- permanent home oftheairraces. vice clubs in both Caldwell and cular traffic. Nampa. Airport facilities in the Brown said he had flown over 1 O C P n t o r area would be highly taxed as the area and was certain this * J C I I I C I would motel and hotel accom- would be the Ideal place to hold p t modatlons. the races. O l C i m D G C j G Sv!i^bie c ,X r joinuviato d cor^ Court Nixes Competition mittees of the Caldwell and Nam- t\ ,»,· pa Chambers of Commerce will r f i t l t l O n (Continued from Page 1) spearhead further investigation * 10 . 165 - 3 - Larry Mahan, Brooks, before a final decision Is (Continued from Page 1) Ore., $9,511. 4. HughChambliss, reached. statements" to special forces Albuquerque, N.M., $8,232. 5. Duane Wolfe, chairman of the troops about the Vietnam war. Bil1 Smith .' Cod y. w y°- $ 6 810 Caldwell aviation committee, He was also convicted of Bareback bronc- 1. Clyde said, "This is a chance for the refusing to instruct Green Beret Vamvoras, Burburnell, Tex., two cities to work together on a medics in the treatment of skin »"- 9 ^. 2. Paul Mayo. Grin- common project. R we can do diseases they would encounter rel1 - lowa ' $11369. 3. Larry this, regardless oianyihingeise, in Vietnamese jungles. Mahan, Brooks, Ore., $9.486. it will be worthwhile. I am con- "There is no lawwhlch grants ^Jim ^Mihalek, Broomfleld, N r t i n O r tl 1 to teil or release," the Modesto, Calif., $7,313. ·Jfllf/d judge ruled. "Therefore, the Bull rldinfj - 1. Bill Stanton, mm · relief prayed for Is denied and Amboy, Wash., $11,055. 2. M UrCl6rS tne P* titlon '« dismissed." W tis Dightman, Houston, Morgan, an attorney of the $ 9 ' 811 - 3. Larry Mahan, Brooks ff\ · a ·% lf\ American Civil Liberties Union, Ore - $9,535. 4. C. W. Adams, V O U E / f f ? said the "commander's parole" Atascadero. Calif., $7,989. (Continued from Page 1) °« en ^f? to prisoners sets 5. Ed LeTourneau, Stockton, .« u. m u_i v i a precedent for the granting of La lil., JG,4B5. After the Websters were shot, J, ^ ^ ^ CM ropiag _ ; Jim Bob ^ the gunman then aimed the rifle M had previously cited lizer - M Bi . Tex., $12,853. a " OSS H the H^H l l K y Md the cSsfltutional amendme t 2 - Gte " Fra *»«. House, N. M. peKjered a dwelling. No one prohibit^ excessive fines, bail *W *· «"" Young, Peralla. TV · ^ i ^ . M, , . . or cruel and unusual punish- N - M - $1M«2. 4. Junior Gar- JtsraajM ay^^f* ssysaiws across the street at the corner ' JAU.UJ leieaae. ^^ house. Mrs. Julia M. Donald, 51, ! % _ · _ |J * steer wrestling- 1. John W. was in the living room. Two l/ll VCI n U l l j oneSi San Lllis obispo Cali{ shots crashed through the plate . ... . $3,399. z . Roy Duvall, Boyn- glass window but Mrs. Donald 1 f| C.ft| 1 ISIO R ton . *la., $12,741. 3. Allen Kel- was lucky. The slugs missed. -«r«n»»«»»ii ^ Q^^ ^^ t^-j^ 4 Flying glass slashed her. She NAMPA -- A car collision at B i[[y ]lale Checotah. Okla $7 ' did not require hospitalization. W«i Avenue South and llth Street 918 5 ' Jjtn c j t]e ^ The sniper aimed next at the at 2 p.m. Thursday resulted in yj^fH ' home directly across thestreet. minor injury to one of the dri- T ' . A rifle roared. Mrs. Hilda vers, Robert V. Mitchell, 420 nS^I~^.^i Baxter, 56, babysitting with her Holly Ave., Nampa police re- Arno , d) Buckeye, Ariz , $8 056 five grandchildren, fell with a Pomd- 3. Jim R^J^ j p R ^_ bullet in her lower back. Flying Nancy R. Vogt, Nampa Route ]eS) Caljf j 4241 4 ' Jolm HU _ glass cut her hands, arms md 4 , V3S charged with failure to ] erj pavtiu'^j' ofc] a $3 553 5 face. The children were not hit. yield right of way, police said. Km ^^ ' Herc '^ ' Ca i' if ' Mrs. Patti Barrass, 18, a The collision also resulted in $ 3)58 j bride ol two weeks, and John damage to a parked car of Flos- ,,. , . ,,,. Y Walsh, 21,. were walking past si« Graves, 1024 14th AVe.X^emia.TM ; $616 2 Jim the sniper's home. A rifle Mike R..Gluch, Jordan, Valley, Bob Altizer, Del Rio Tex J61C roared again and Mrs. Barrass * as charged with a basic rule 3 -, e Gre ' ell Sulpnur 'Q kll ' toppled, a bullet wound in her violation Thursday after the car j 352 4 Ben p atterson '^^' thigh. ||« *as driving struck a hay Kan-i $264 5- ^ Ke? ^ _ . . . .. ., baler being hauled by a pickup (j re Kleiwa okla 12fid Criticizes Police tn,,v Hri» on h y V.IT. w H.tcv, ire Klowa ' Okla - * 264 COEUR D'ALENE (UPI) - Nampa Route 5. The accident Cook County public defend- occurred at 11:15 a.m. abcat Oi 1 er Gerald W. Getty, Chicago, 700 feet west of Orchard Are. ^ T OCK Thursday crlttcIzedChicagopol- on Caldwell Blvd. ^* Ice for releasing too much inf or- A collision at 1st Street North . . . mation about the Richard Speck and 9th Avenue at 1 p.m. Thurs- A A /*4 v\f ^\4- murder case to the news media, day resulted in a charge of fail- f V l U l I\CI SpB^tjq(7 tn Ihe Jr| a f|i Stsl" P3r " r * tn V 1 " 1 ' 1 ri ff hf nf W3 V hoi "P ^ m ^ mm Assoclatioa convention, Getty brought against Floyd J. Shelp, said Chicago police assumedthe Caldwell Route 3, police said. DOW-JONES. AVERAGES role of judge and Jury by giving The other vehicle was a pickup 30 industrials. ..B69.cs up 5.03 evidence and attributing the tru:k driven by Lester B. Craw- zo Rails 250.20 up i.oo crime to Speck before Ms (rill, ford, 919 Holly Ave., Nampa. is utilities 132.45 up .23 .. _ 65 Stocks 319.86 up 1.8S · --j STATE BUI*TM sScs Hearing Held BIRTHS |n Garcia Dealli MOBLEY - To Mr. and Mrs. ·" Ivin Mobley, Marsing, a girl, M oiNTAEi HOME (UPI) - diversion program outlined in born July 3 at Caldwell Mem- A preliminary hearing was held the so-called Dunn Plan poses orial Hospital. Thursday for retired Air Force a "serious and feasible threat MSgt . Thomas C. Linn, 59, ac- to taking Idaho waters to the NAVARRO - To Mr. and CuSe d of shooting a 20-year-old southwest." Mrs. Jose Savarro, Caldwell raail to death last month. Jordan said the plan envis- Route 5, a girl, born July 4 at ne Baring was held in El- ions taking water fromtheSnake Caldwell Memorial Hospital. raorc county Justice Court. below Lewislon and pumping it Liml was charged with first back up over dams along the TAYLOR - To Mr. and Mrs. degr ee murder in connection Snake to Weiser and into souih. Jack Taylor, 3232 Fuhrman E., w ith the death of Telesfaro Gar- west Oregon and on into Lake Seattle, Wash., a boy, born July cja Jr formerly of Caldwell, Meade. 4 al Caldwell Memorial hospi- I l n p o^' .. . , r . lal. ' J " cVrcia was shot iu Ihe face New Air Service vilh a 12 gauge sfio'.gm. Tlie goiSE (DPI) -- Trans Tdaho SIMMONS -- To Mr. and Mrs. mc idcnt occurred in a Mountain Airways plinstobeginflightser- Drive, Twin Falls, a girl, born t , u'll' n 1 oti Boise and north Idaho points, pi- July 4 at Caldwell Memorial ? J Million LCFI ]o( Mwk chestriutl sair j Ttl , Jrs , Hospilal. BOISE (UPI)- The books ^y w |, en he filed articles of in- OT,nn*TcrniiBT for lhe past bienmum aren . 1 corporation with the secretary of D E I ^1 of will dosed yel ' but ' he Sta ' eaU st.£ Using a twin-engW ,uemfer^r : -^vnmL^s s^^^x sS^sssr^ "-'"·«' « LT =3'^^ Emma Smith. Proposes Aid Cut vice will begin with one round Petition for tellers of admin- WA s H mGTON f UPP - Sen. "P ar ^ ^V^ 0 " «« istrationfiledintheeslatesof F ^ S "SeJ , said three Coeurd'Alene mem Rnlwrl F, MacLaren andGeorge Ti.M rs ,j a y he plans tn offer Feared Drowned R. Riggs and Lucetta B. Riggs. three amendments to Ihe mili- SALMON (DPI) - Two Sal- Letters of administration and tary ajd potion 0 { the current mon residents were feared oath entered in the estate of forejgn aid bi |] lhat wou i d cut fc^^ Thursday after a pick- Gregorio Ocamica. some $156 million anil limit the up truck believed owned by Lena Decree of distribution enter- number o! coim tries tJiatcanre- Bartlett, 74, and her son, Henry ed in the estates of C.D. Rush cejve us _ assistance. High 54, was found in the Saland Hetty Mae Stewart. iThmr,*' ' mon River. Lemhi County sher- The first world fair was the ta ' fi Bllf '"^^ ® William Baker said tracks Great Exhibition of Industry WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. indicate the truck missed acurve of All Nations in London in Len Jordan, R-Idaho, said Thurs- and went into Ihe river. There 1851. day the tnodifiedSnake-Colorado was no sign of occupants. O» i^^BHKMH SATi SUNi LLsuilUJ SPECIALS 1 SHOP SUNDAYS 12 NOON 70 $ P.M. ^^5rt®r^ Sll ^mm^mr W^ M* 5°' · · · ' . · · ' «.t9* ^mm ^m^mf .tii d«9' ' ciO. - ' . · · ' ' · * 1 « 09 M^rnm ^^V jyOu*"' (0 Re9-* «8 . · ' ' ' · ' ' $^ ^^H HV . 8(0"' 1ie . I f,.1r*o 1 '' B "^eio,** 9 . : ;.. . · · ' J.V; . ·· '" ' --..^^^^H A Wl ^ s **°^"«" 6c "Sw 1 * rt ' re'«°"**^^^^H ^^^^^*« °,70-w^ u d e d.i ulfl ° ^^^^^^SETOF4^^^B ^^a^r^^^f LIBBY i 1 RODREEL ^M K S 1 1 COMBINATION ^^B btS 1 · Closed face Reel jj^^^l^^H A ^ , · · and Sturdy Rod ^^^^^^^B ^J I V 1 1 $039 ^ 1 Honolulu 87 16 Jacksonville 90 72 Juneau 55 45 Kansas City 80 59 Las Vegas 94 69 Los Angeles 81 64 Memphis 74 62 Miami 86 80 Mpls. - St. Paul 78 58 N'ampa 9! 59 New Orleans 89 69 New York 77 $6 Omaha 79 60 Philadelphia 78 64 Portland, Ore. 75 53 St. Louis 82 63 Salt Lake City 81 61 San Diego 73 64 San Francisco 51 53 Spokane 81 50 Washington 80 68 Winnipeg 79 57 Thursday's high was 107 at Palm Springs, Calif. This morning's low was 39 at Pellston, Mich. Autos Collide, Drivers Unhurt CALDWELL - Both drivers escaped Injury Tuesday afternoon in a near head-on collision on Old River Road about two miles southwest o( Parma. According to Canyon County Sheriff's reports, the accident occurred about 3:30 p.m. when a north-bound auto driven by Lee E. Rumley Sr., 42, of Boise reportedly strayed across the center lliie and struck an auto driven by Lowella Jean Rhodes, 29, of Parma. Car Kills Steer On Highway 95 CALDWLLL - Jim C. Golf Jr., 23, of Wilder Labor Camp, escaped injury Wednesday evening when the car he was driving struck and killed a large steer on Highway 95 about I'/? miles south of Wilder. "PHONK 466-7801 or 45D-46M to pltct your classified »d. 24, of Ship Rock, N.M., has been charged with assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a shooting incident at the laborers' barracks at Murphy Flats Wednesday night, Sheriff Al Barberls said today. Tsosle has asked for appointment of an attorney and was jailed In lieu of furnishing $500 bail set by Probate Judge Wayne Crammer. Barberis said a 16-year-old laborer, Louis Wazzle of New Mexico, Is under treatment at Mercy Hospital In Nampa fora bullet wound In the left kneecap. Woman Cited After Mishap CALDWELL - No one was Injured in a Thursday auto'traclor accident, according to Canyon County Sheriff's reports. The accident occurred about 4:15 p.m. on Middle Road about I 1 /; miles north of Bowmont. According to the reports, an auto driven by Shirley F. McDaniel, 34, of Nampa Route 3, struck a tractor driven by Edgar Beniot, 57, of Nampa Route 3. Borhdriversdaimedtheother vehicle was in the wrong lane at the time of Ihe accident. Mrs. McDanlel was cited tor driving with an expired driver's license. Drivers Escape Injury in Mishap CALDWELL -- No one was injured In a two-car accident Wednesday night at the Intersection of Highway 72andLower Dam Road, according to Canyon County Sheriff's reports. The accident occurred about 6:30 p.m. when an auto driven by Patricia Dianne Hastrlter, 21, Homedale, reportedly struck an auto driven by Racheal Ber- nelce Gallegos, 17, 120 1st St. N., Nampa, while the Gallegos auto was '-making a right turn. Driver Fined $5 NAMPA - Gary W. Hills, Nampa, was fined $5 and $5 costs in Justice Court on a charge ol driving on the wrong side ot the road, records showed Thursday. BOISE (DPI) - Marshall Edson, Boise, who has been associated with the Idaho State Employes Association, has been named to the Public Employe Retirement System Board. Region Officials Eye Video Cable (Continued from Page 1) Nampa Mayor Ernest Slarr questioned any opposition to the Boise bid. "If Boise goes one direction and we go another," he asked, "will we be able to bring in the California stations? Jf we divide up, will we get Ibe same service?" Livestock Prices CATTLEMAN 1 * LIVESTOCK AUCTION Nampa July 5, 1967 Market condition: steady and active on all classes. Slaughter Utility heifers, 20-22; commercial cows, 17-19; utility cows, 16-18,50; canners and cutlers, 14-17; Jersey and Guernsey steers ami heifers, 16-22; good bulls, 23-25.50; lightbulls, 20-23; dairy veal, 22-26. Stockcrs and Feeders Feeder steers 600-1000 Ins. 2-1-26; feeder steers 6GO-800 Ibs. 25-26.60; feeder.slcvr.s 50D.. 650 Ibs. 25.20-28.50; iihtn steers 22-24; llirhl holstein steers 24-26; heavy holslein steers 22-24; steer calves 400- SOO Ibs, 29-31 iplaln.sleercalvcs 25-28; feeder heifers 600-700 Ibs. 23-24; fcr.-der heifers 500600 Ibs. 23.M-25; plain hi-Kcr.s 20-2.1; taill'iroilvcs400-500lbs. 24-25.SO; heifor calves 300-400 Ihs. 24.50-26.50; plain I.elfer calves 22-24. Starr maintained that separate bids on the part of Boise and other Treasure Valley communities would not be to Ihe benefit of the public. He suggested that the cities represented agree to stay together and "wait and see what happens In Boise. Maybe we can profit by Iheir mistakes." Lloyd Castner, Ontario city engineer, suggested that Boise be asked lo put an addendum on Iheir bid specifications whicli would ask for supplementary information on the entire valley area. Those at the meeting, however, agreed to wait for the results of Boise's bid call and then consider Ihe best otter in terms of cost and service. Following the meeting, Smith explained I hat he was looking moie and more "toward the west" in his considerations of cable television. It was almost conceeded during Ihe meeting that any tfible service would protebly be brought In from Salt Lake City, at least for the first year or two. Smith noted that he might be In favor of service brought in from Portland. This opinion was somewhat backed up during the meeting by Morgan Deck, mayor of Ontario, who nolw! thai his city waslcan- Ing toward a Portland affiliation because of Hie need for political enmipclinns wllh Ihe rest of Oregon. FROM DALY i CO., BOISE Allied Stores 32 3/4 American Bosch . . . .43 1/4 American Tel 53 3/8 American Tobacco ... .32 3/4 Anaconda. . . . 48 3/8 Bethlehem 32 3/4 nnetne 100 Chrysler 43 1/4 Continental Oil fiT Crane 43 3/4 Crucible Steel 24 7/3 McDonnel-Rouglas . . . .52 1/4 DuPont 151 1/4 Eastman Kodak 140 1/2 General Klectric SC 7/n General Foods 75 1/4 General Mntnrs 70 7/8 Idaho Power 31 3/4 IBM 000 3/4 Konnecott Copper . . . .45 5/8 Ucgoll St Mycr.s 71 3/4 Ixxkheed Aircraft . . . .70 1/8 Montgomery Ward . . . .23 1/2 National Biscuit 45 1/4 New York Central 82 1/4 North American Avlallon49 1/4 Parke Davis 27 1/4 Pan American 10 3/4 J. C. Penney 63 1/2 Pennsylvania R. R 68 A. J. Industries 7 1 / 8 Am. Airlines 43 Banter f,ah 70 1/2 namhle-Skogmo 28 7/8 Phillips Petroleum . . . ,fi3 ]/e lladio Corporation 50 3/4 Uepublic Slei'l ,44 3/4 Keynolds Tobacco 30 1/n Uockwcll Spring A Axle . .36 3/8 .Safeway 22 7/8 St. Hegis Paper 30 3/8 Sears 5K Sinclair Oil 73 Mobil Oil 3I 5/8 Southern Pacific 2f 7/8 Sperry Rand 37 Standard oil of Calif.. ..54 3/4 Standard Oil of N. J. . . .60 1/4 Union Pacific 41 3 '4 United Airlines 76 3/4 II. S. Steel 44 1/2 Wr-stlm/housc 55 5/8 Woolworlh 20 5/8 Voungslown Stool 31 7/8 Morrison Knurtsen 26 l/fl-2d5/8 Inlcrimiunlain Cas 127/8-133/8 AlherlMins 0 3/4-10 1/4 Unlun oil 57 5/8 Affiliated 8.02-0.64 Fidelity Cap . . . 1S.20-16.S2 Am, Mutual . . . .10.68-11.67 Putnam Or 13.65-14.ft2 Milllnorr 42-43 Conllnonlal l.lfr .3 3/4-4 1/4 Malm r'lrM Nal'l 30-31 ICA 14.C6-l6.Ol! Dow-Theory . . . .8.02-8.67 LOWEST EVER! 20-GAL GARBAGE CAN While 200 last. Tight fitting lids. $175 Box of 48 Regulars, Super Reg. 1.37 $117 1 1 HAIR COLORING LIGHTENER By Casual Reg.S1.48 99 Acres Of FREE PARKMG Just Say "CHARGE IT" at Tempo 3}* Gillette ^^^^v. SUPER STAINLESS STEEL BLADES 5 Pkgs. Reg.58 e Now 5 . 47* man mu snomm h t. 9 w^i.^ ,,...,..... r

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