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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 11 Gold Necklets Found James Mitchum Enjoys 'Heroes' FinsT-nuii ORSON mms-OLIVER REED CAROL WHITE HARRY ANDREWS rtcmicMo The discovery was made by Malcolm Tricker, aged 26, the driver of a mechanical digger, who saw part of a necklet sticking out of a bank that had been partially bulldozed. He found four more after scraping away the soil with his hands. Norman Smedley, president of the Suffolk Institute of Archaeology, said: "They prob- Cary Grant, who flies from Los Angeles to his penthouse suite in New York's Warwick Hotel as though it were in the next street, has been offered the film lead in "Generation" by producer Freddie Brisson. )ISPTTH OF THE TIMES, LONDON IPSWICH, England - Five gold necklets, believed Ok,be about 2,000 years old and described by local archaeologists as priceless, were unearthed on a building site at Belstead, Ipswich, recently. The coroner's office has called for a report on the find, which will necessitate an inquest to determine whether it is treasure trove. ably date from the turn of the First Century B.C. or the First Century A.D. A possible theory is that their owner buried them for safety at a time when the Romans were advancing into the area." The necklets vary in weight from 27 to 33 troy ounces. They are horseshoe shaped, as thick as a man's forefinger, and have patterned discs at the open ends. Tricker said: "I thought at first I had come across some old brass objects coffin handles or horse brasses. I took them home and showed them to my wife, Linda, who placed one of them round her neck. Then I realized that the metal had not tarnished as brass would have done." S3 i2Ii!H:!33' You'll l.ove BIG MAG If Nyman'sQ H:'i: HOUSE OF IiO'inr; Nu'lf J OPENS I2: PRIME RIBS end SEAFOOD oh in Ton n! Riviera Beach Lake Worth Okeechobee Blvd. CLOSED ELECTION DAY! 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