Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana on December 17, 1962 · Page 18
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Anderson Daily Bulletin from Anderson, Indiana · Page 18

Anderson, Indiana
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Monday, December 17, 1962
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MONDAY, OICiMiiK 17, 1W2 ANDHSON DAILY IUUITIN 19 Niagara Falls Still Draws Five Million Per Year & WILLIAM J. MONAIIAN nited I'rtss By N1AGAHA FALLS, N.Y. (UP1) and Horseshoe Kills have been |>inf cttitw looted at lh« base cr»(t which carry 100 persons each major attractions since the -irsl of the slender 325 - foot Seagram — make circular trips from the white man saw them in the 1600's. Tower in Niagara Falls,,Out. The Canadian -shore to the base of the Empire Stale's n ii , ii i- " u ' st . iIX)|)l ' lal ' va 'iof the" border."Somc'cosi" aliomf- bluff overlooking the Horseshoe calion attraction outside New Yorklnal fee, many are free. Amcricin F.Us. City. Ihc s|Kt'tacl(i of water oas-jtourists have an added incentive From its top a visitor can .^ cadmg over the giant cataract'.nortli of the border - their U.S Toronto. Onl., « miles northeast,! *!, brings about 5 million persons a dollar is worth seven cents more I, u..rr, ln v v *, .„.,„„ ,„ „,„ lower * at — The mighty Niagara is the ^ e ' our ' 8 ' has no end of sifihtj tower, topped with a seven-story American tails aix! then into the ion the U. S. and Canadian sides building, rises from * 200 - foot Horseshoe. Social Security Earnings Limit Rule Explained If you arc 65 and have not year to the Niagara frontier. |than the Canadian dollar. Three-quarters of a million gal-! Americans who spend at least Ions of water plunge every scc-:48 hours in Canada can purchase ond into a narrow, winding gorge duty-free imports from all below the Falls. The American.tlic world at an international -[and Buffalo, N.Y., 20 miles to the south, on a clear day. Parks line both sides of -he over Niagara River. Canada's Queen slwp- Victoria Park. is part of a 34- Passengers reach the American landiiif by elevators in a 912- and steel observation rises above the Falls RCA VICTOR RED SEAL _ MUSIC? TO OPEN GIFTS BY mile scenic drive from Lake Erie The island attractions include to Lake Ontario. On the American paths and driveways which lead side, a parkway runs 12 miles from the New York State Thru-picnic grounds, the cave of the way at the North Grand Islandlwinds — which leads to a at Prospect Point. From the paYk at Prospect Point, two bridges cross over the American rapids to Goat Island to the rapids above both falls Bridge to the Falls and then north along the Niagara Gorge. The famed Rainbow Bridge walk into the spray of the Amer ican Falls — and a catwalk along the base of the island to crosses into Canada just below Horseshoe. the falls. Two other bridges carryj Five miles south of lie Falls traffic across the Gorge. The long, white wall of are U. S. and Canadian facilities the] comprising the largest concenjra American Falls, the lace of Goat "on of hydro - electric powei Island which separates the two! the world. And at the mouth of| cial provision rf the law, a bene- ficiiu-y can be paid ,a benefit for any month .in .which he does not earn over $100 in wages am is not actively self-employed—no matter "how-much he earns ovci tire entire year. Also, a beneficiary who con vet applied for your social se- (inucs to work after he reach curity benefits because you 1 arc 72 years of age receives his ful working, yon may be losing moncy| b p ncfl ^ J 01 ' cvc '''>' , mo " tl , 1 . ^S" 1 'ning with the month of his 72m cataracts and the sweeping curve of the Horseshoe Falls can be Niagara, which dales back _to the viewed from Queen Victoria Park. In the Gorge itself, two tiny boats plough into the surging waters of the horseshoe. The Maids Mist — powerful little the Niagara River stands old Fort Lanza sings Christmas Carols Beautiful new album by Marian Anderson. Includes the hauntingly lovely "Auc Maria." Miss Anderson's first new recording of the song in sixteen years. "0 Sanctissirna." "Silent Night." 9 others. LM/LSC-2613* ROBERT SHAW CHRISTMAS HYMNS AND CAROLS Vol. t 25 selections. Includes: "I Wonder As I Wander," "Bring 'a Torch, Jeonette. Isabella," "Go Tell It on the Mountain." "Carol of the Bells," LM/LSC-2139* POPS CHRISTMAS PARTY FIEDLER BOSTON POPS I A festive, old-fashioned Christmas get-together! "White Christmas," "Winter Wonderland," "Sleigh Ride," many other traditional treats. LM/LSC-2329* LiVINfi STEREO (ISC) MONAURAL HI-FI (LM) Traditional holiday hymns and carols magnificently interpreted by the tenor. "Guardian Aiitels." "0 Little rownot Bethlehem."! 1 «nore. LM/LSC-Z333* A holiday must! Original cast of the NBC-TV Production in an enchanting performance of Men- Otti's famous opera. LM-1701 At l< for Mm RCA Victor Red Seal "fiifl Guide" fMlurlnp over 101 Rift •uRRGStions for tnublc 'ALSO ON TAPE BUY WHERE YOU SEE THIS SYMBOL- Wc offer thx nrw RTCORQ DEALERS SPECIAL ORDER SERVICE makiriK available every record in the great RCA Victor Red Seat catalog. Let us show you how you can always be oure ol getting "The Music You Wint Whin You Want It." HI-FI Record Shop "STEREO IS OUR BUSINESS" Weit 12th Phone 643-9492 Acrosi The Street From Th« YMCA late 17th century. French, British and American flags have flown over the fort, which earlier this year became a national landmark. The fort is open daily with guides, dressed in uniforms of the >ld French and British armies, elating the history of the fort. Make no mistake- give PAPER BMATE $|95 CAPRI Hand*om»ly gift boxed Paper Mat* pens from 91,69 to $2.95 3oonc Township Bureau To Mccl ELWOOD — The Boonc Town- hip Farm Bureau will meet 'uesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Duck'l Crcek-Boone school. The Pet and; lobby Club will provide entertain-! nent for the evening and Mary]! dreamer will read the Christinas I itory. Members of the committee n , charge of arrangements are Mr. and Mrs. Ora Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swinford. !le staled thci'c arc more than a' million persons over IV> \vlio have riot applied for their social security benefits, possibly because they think they cannot receive any benefits at all if their earnings are over $1,200 per year. TOs is not true. Under recent changes in the social security law. some benefits are payable in many cases where a person's earnings do go over $1,200 a year.. How much they can be paid during the year depends on the amount of the beirefits 'payable each month and by how much the earnings exceed $1,200. For example, a person netilled to $100 per month from social security for himself and his wife, could earn $2,500 in a year and still 'get $870 in social security benefits for.that year. To use another example, a person who 'qualified for a. social security benefit of $100 per month and continued to work for wages of $200 per month would still gel $250-in social security benefits for the year. A social s o c u r i t y beneficiary who earns $1.200 "or loss a year, will receive all his social security benefits, and nnde: T a spe- Mr. Landcs pointed- out. ho\v •or. that these payments are no utomalic.. A person must apply »r his benefits before he can re eive any payments. If -you ar ver 65 and have worked unde ocial security.' why not at leas alk it over with the folks at ocial security office? There othing to lose by doing so, anc ou may find that you can ge ome benefits cadi year eve lough your annual earnings d STOP Intruders Here it is! The finest jalousie storm door ever made. At the lowest price. Trade in your old storm doors: Gunman Robs Capital Motel INDIANAPOLIS (UPI)-A gun- nan entered a fashionable north- side motel here Sunday and fled with $230 after hitting the night clerk on the horf with a soft drink bottle wrapped in a towel. Jerry Brown, 21. the clerk, said exceed $1.200. The Social Security Office is located at 1125 Main St. the man came into the lobby brandishing a gun and demanded money.' Brown said as they walked to the office, he turned to look at' the gunman and saw him Yule Program At 25lh Street S<:t The .25th Street School PTA will have its annual Christmas pro- coal. After he was struck, -Brown was forced to remove his coat and shirt and his hands were tied behind his back with his necktie, j police said. pull the bottle from under his gram Wednesday evening at 7:3'). A short business meeting will precede the program, which will feature the first, second and third ;rades singing Christmas carols. Following the program, thcra |will be treats for the children. JONES MFC, CO, 917 Madison Phone 644.8933 I OUR PRICE NOW ONLY: ndy or a pockogt of ADVANCE whol lti«y will >amt principlt apply 1° )! you will spend only Broken REPAIRS leniei duplicated. W filled K. b. Shop Wolgr..,,', loun 1 o.m. to 5 Including Wtd. Opin Fri. Hilts irreiptetivt of Frames, repoirfd, frames typ« from* you replaced while yow wait. Lowtsl pikeil d COLORS OCULISTS' " t""'hild,.n PRESCRIPTIONS n of frames and olto filled at same prices. om. Th« 100 diff- All glami ar« sold only on gt from the high- prescription of licensed doc- d aluminum tan. avyweight execu. ith confidence mark R«gitttr*d iy Principal Cilii. .( U.S., Can.Jo. F°undtdl90| Extended Forecast NORTHERN INDIANA: Tem- reratures will average four to six degrees above normal high of 2916, low of 15-21. A little colder Tuesday, warmer Wednesday and Thursday, turning colder late in week. Precipitation will total three to five-tenths of an inch, occurring mostly as rain Thursday or Friday. CENTRAL - SOUTHERN 1ND1 AiNA: Temperatures will average a degree or two alwve normal high of 38-45, low of 22-27. Mod- orate temperatures first part o! week, turning much colder during latter part of week accompanied by about half an inch precipitation. Taking Care TUCSON, Ariz. <AP> — Mrs. T. K. Payne nf Tucson was on outing with her 12-year-old son Shawn when she nearly stepped on a rattlesnake. Mr. Payne backed away and then spoiled a second snake lo her rear. Then a Ihird apixmred. Mrs. Payne screamed. Young Shawn calmly raised his single shot 12-gauge shotgun and blasted one of the reptiles. He reloaded and fired again. The third snake slipped away. FRESH FRYER PART RIB ATTACHED ° RTHIGHS • • LB Drumsticks ORDER YOUR CHRISTMAS POULTRY NOW AT A&P rsupETMiinnr'T,B. 590 CHOICE CENTER CUTS Sliced Bacon —, . ™": 49 C Ham Slices - 89 ( Chocolates Green Giant Peas 2 " Morton Pies 5 ,,07. OQ< PKGS. O / Beef, Chicken Turkey Macaroni & Cheese Spaghetti & Meat Pillsbury Pie Crust 2 MIX OR _ -.STICKS L PKGS. JANE PARKER LIGHT " FruitCake Vh&l JANE PARKER FRESH Pineapple Pie - 39' Cora ERNtt ...^10 t CALIF. NAVEL-SIZE 88 Oranges 12 °*59' CRANBERRY SAUCE • Ocean Spray 2 % 39 MARGARINE Good Luck 2: 49 EARLY CALIFORNIA LARGE Ripe Olives 3 «*» $ 1 PRICES EFKECTIVB THRU WED., PEC. II CHRISTMAS WRAPPED HAMS Shank Portion Lb. 39? SAUSAGE BACON Lb. - EMGE "COUNTRY STYLE" 2 LOCATIONS 3723 MalH (MIADOWIROOK) 7th and Jackson Sm. Sausage " 59 Order Your Fresli Dressed ALLEN FARM TURKEY NOW! PURE LARD 1-2 or 4 Lb. Ctns. Lb, JELL-0 KRAFT'S "TASTY LOAF" CHOICE of Reg. FLAVORS Box Cheese Spread 2 49 ORANGES "ERIE SHORE PURE" STRAWBERRY Preserves PINEAPPLE ORANGE or PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT Cai(( Sunk Seedless Dor. oritia isl, LB. JAR DEL MONTE - 46-OZ. > CANS Fr. Drinks REGULAR 23c WONDER BREAD CHRISTMAS TREES Our Finest Selection of Scotch P/nes— at Our Meadowbrook Store Only. "WISCONSIN RUSSET" POTATOES PURPOSE Lb. li LB. LOAVES BIG CHIEF STAMPS • With Your Purchase of Any Cello Pkg. of Wolnuts in Shell Ccniflon Good ThreuoH WcdncsJa,. Pec :') HOOSIER m

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