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From: "wmoores" <wmoores@watervalley.net>

On 5 Aug 99, at 6:08, Title, CDR Lynn A. wrote:

> From: "Title, CDR Lynn A." <titlel@spawar.navy.mil>
> Just got mine last night -- you'd never know these are the leftovers from
> a sale.  All are big,fat, and healthy.
> Lynn

	Uh, oh, there is a misunderstanding here.   These rhizomes 
were not second-hand or leftovers from a previous sale.  This was 
an 'original'sale conducted by TBIS. Donors dug fresh rhizomes 
from their supply and sent them to Abe at Stockton Gardens, who 
assembled them into orders, packaged them, and mailed them.  
The plants were super, and it seems the sale went very well.  This 
type of sale is nothing new as HIPS has conducted similar type 
fundraising sales for many years.

	Walter Moores
	Enid Lake, MS 7/8

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