•P? TEN IRONWOOD OAHY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1965. NOW at LOPEZ'S! We finally purchased enough of those PLUMP, GOLDEN FRESH KILLED SPRINGERS . ... the ones everyone's raving aboutl Corn Fed Far roasting or frying, whole or cut up! These are really the very best! 3-3 'A Ib. average. Fresh, Lean Pork Center Cut Rib 39 C Ib CHOPS 69 Ib Small, Lean, Meaty SPARE RIBS Luscious! For a Real Grilling Feast, Try Louie's f\ f p HO-MADE SAUSAGE DO* FRESH LAKE TROUT :....„ 69c Fresh Potato Salad Morton's Frozen 11-01. Chocolate, Coconut, Lemon, Neapolitan CREAM PIES 25 c ea LETTUCE Jumbo, Wis. Home Grown Large, Sweet Ice Cold 18-20 Ib. Watermelons 79r; Fresh Strawberries, Blueberries, Peaches, Plums, Grapes, Farm Fresh Vegetables. Tomatoes 29 Large Red Ripe Slicers IS, Graf's Canned Pop 6 49 Orange Concentrated Frozen 3 90, | 00 «"" | FRESHRAP 2 -45 C Waxpaper Special Nabisco Truckload Sale! RITZ CRACKERS S: Sfc SNACK CRACKERS "£•' 39c We Reserve the Right to Limil QluniiiiM Prices effective through Saturday Only That Good, Good HILLS BROS. 39 1 OPEN MON. THRU FRI 8p.m. until 8 p^m. OPEN SATURDAY 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. OPEN;EVERY SUNDAY 8 a.m.-l p.m. Court Rules on Hunting Case LANSING (AP) — Better make sure your hunting partners aren't too trigger-happy—if one should accidentally shoot a person, you could be sued. That is the effect of a Michigan Supreme Court decision Tuesday which upheld the right of a gunshot victim to sue three hunters even though the victim already had declared which of the three allegedly shot him. The 5-3 decision reversed that portion of a Kalamazoo County Circuit Court decision which had dismissed the joint liability suit. Robert McCoy charged in a 1960 suit that three pheasant hunters fired a shotgun in a corn field "negligently, carelessly and recklessly," injuring him. In a deposition, McCoy said he was positive which of the three had shot him. Neverthless, he sued each separately, and all three jointly in a fourth count of the suit. The Kalamazoo court had thrown out all suits except that against the hunter McCoy said shot him. The supreme court's five Democrats ruled, however, that even admission of which defendant did the shooting "in itself would not necessarily absolve the other defendants from liability." The opinion said McCoy could sue jointly since he maintains "that all three defendants were jointly engaged, negligently, in a concerted activity as a result of which plaintiff was injured." It said such suit could proceed even if no violation of law were found. Whether the three hunters were jointly liable will depend, of "course, on results of the suit itself. Most iXs. forest fires are caused by incendiarists, debris burners and careless smokers, in that order. Captive Whale On Way to U.S. SOINTULA, B.C. (AP) — Four-ton Namu, the killer whale who blundered into a salmon net, plowed on toward United States waters today - and nobody seemed to Know the answer to the question' What dries the law have to say about taking a live whale across an international border? The best guess- nothing. "Nobody has asked me this before," said Samuel Hutchin- son, regional director of the U.S. Buireau of Fisheries in Seattle, Wash. "We have never been confronted with this problem." "They're free to export so far as we're concerned," said Canadian Fisheries officer Maurice Houghton in Vancouver, B.C., "We have export regulations covering salmon but - " The 22-foot whale has been purchased by Seattle aquarium operator Ted Griffin, who paid $8,000 to the two fishermen who netted him at Namu, B C. A 49- by 60-foot pen was built for Namu at Namu and the whale, pen and all, is being towed the 400 miles to Seattle The trip is expected to take another week because the tug, the powerful Iver Foss of Tacoma, Wash., is making only threa knots, it can go faster, but Namu can't. Community College Will Open in 1966 MONROE (AP)—Trustees of Monroe County Community College decided Monday to begin a limited program of Instruction in September, 1966, using facilities of area high schools Some buildings are expected to be completed by September, 1967. The college was authorized by county voters last year. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS Valu Selected with S.V.T. Hi-WAY "2 Fresh Lean Ground Armour's Star Skinless WIENERS FAMILY STEAK MEATS WITH YOUt APPROVAL What a Value at this price! This delicious steak is perfect for company or family meals . . . It's a Treat for Sunday Meals too! ' "VALU SELECTED" BONELESS with S.V.T. 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RIPE TEXAS Watermelon ° by Janet Campbell BARBECUED LOIN OF PORK 3 tojS poundi "easy'carve'' boneless pork loin 1 can (1054 oz.) condensed tomato toup 54 cup each chopped onion and chopped celery 1 clove garlic, minced 2 tbsp. eaxk brown sugar, Worcestershire, vinegar 2 tip. prepared mustard 4 drops Tabasco sauce SUMMER CITRUS COOLER SALE 113Siie «oe* pork, fat M, up, M rock In open .roosting pan at MS" oHowing 45 wifnutw per pound. On* hour before meat fcdone. pour off drippings. Combine loup and remaining ingredient to make jaue.. 1 Pour over meat; continue roasting; spoon tavce over meat several time*. I SUNKIST Oranges Lemons FLORIDA Limes X •WAY BESSEMER MICH. "The Highway to Low Price Shopping" 4 each "Your Favbrite Beer & Wine to Take Out'' REGULAR STORE HOURS OPEN DAILY 9:00 a.m. to 9:QO p.m. OPEN—SUNPAYS From 9:00 a.m. tq/6:OQ p.m.
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