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Tuesday,Dec.8,i964. THE THTOH frAILY TR8BUNE PAGE5 CLASSIFIED RATES 1 iivsertien 4c per word 2 insertions 7c par ward 3 mvertions 9c par word 4 insertions 11c per word 5 insertions 13c par word 6 insertions 14c par word Minimum rata — $1.00 Charges ara at • reduced c«sh rate and apply if the ud is paid within 10 DAYS after the FIRST insertion.' SERVICE CHARGE OF 25c WILL BE ADDED AFTER THE 10 DAY PERIOD. Advertisers should check their advertisements in the First issue they appear and report any error at one* as no allowance can be made lfter the first incorrect insertion, i BLACK FACE LOCAL — 15c per line. ! MEMOR1AM — lie pw fine. CARD OF THANKS — JI.25 Call OS 5-2115 before 10:08 A. M. for insertion same day, except Saturday—call before 0:00 A. M. CANCELLATION — UNTIL i0:CSA. M. DEADLINE. DISPLAY RATE Cass, per col. Inch 50t 1 inch per mo. daily — $18.00 Each additional inch - $11-00 (RATE QUOTED ARE LOCAL) FOR SALE—Used stoker. Levi's (scrap yard) OS 5-4781. P-59 iFOR SALE — Beautiful Betsy Ross spinet piano. Like new. Carl Aldridge.. C-59 LIVESTOCK FOR SALE—7 milk cows. 9 on 107, Atlanta, R.R. 1. Perry .Miller. P-58 FOR Sale—95 head of feeder pigs. Average weight 60 lbs. PL 8-4775, Sheridan. C-38 HORSE AND PONY CONSIGNMENT SALE — Registered Stallion, load of Texas horses. Good broke local ponies, plenty of equipment. Anderson Sale Barn. Thursday night, Dec. 10—7:00 p.m. C-57 USED CARS iFOR SALE— 1955 Bjiick, $95.00. 1950 Dodge panel truck, $50.00. 1008 North Main or phone OS 5-6565. 1 C-57 FOR SALE—1957 4 door Ford, runs good; good -body, very good tires. OS 5-6168. Make offers. C-61 FOR SALE—1951 DeSoto Custom 4-door, 6 cylinder. Runs good, good tires and body. Make offer. Call OS 5-2052 after 5:00 p.m. C-57 FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE ACCEPTING OFFERS on sale of cement block building formerly used by Omar F. Brewer on South 1st Street in Tipton. To close estate. .Robert E. Brewer, P. O. Box 6, Bremen, Indiana, or phone Bremen,. 546-8441. P-57 SCHOOL OF REAL ESTATE BROKER- SALESMEN OUR 4th YEAR Classes for trie Jan. 20th Real Estate Examination start Dec. 14th. Write or call for complete information. EDWARD A. HECT'S SCHOOL OF REALESTATE 10 South 9th Street Noblesville. PR 3-3700 FOR SALE—Quality used cars. THROGMARTIN AUTO SALES. 701 W. Jefferson St. THr ~r ^"MlTY ~ 120 S. West St. Phone OS 5-4941 Tipton SERVICES SEPTIC TANK and sewer cleaning. Call King, Windfall, LY 5-3385. P-81 YOU MAY RENT a piano as low as $5 per month. Mrs. Ted Sharp. OS 5-6263. Riddick Piano Co. C-tf FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, upstairs. Adults only. Phone OS 5-2348. C-57 FOR RENT—Upper apartment, adults only, 21614 S. Main, OS 5-2513. P-59 'FOR RENT—Nice unfurnished upstairs apartment. Close in, gas heat. Phone OS 5-2916. C-tf FOR RENT—double—1 bedroom,, gas furnace. Phone OS 5-6130. . ' C-*f FOR RENT—3 room furnished downstairs apartment, gas heat. 409 Oak Street. C-tf SEPTIC TANKS, toilet vaults I vacuum cleaned. Sewer and basement drains cleaned with electric cutting knives. Phone Elwood FE 2-2684. David Sewer Cleaners. C-tf FOR SALE •"OR SALE—Spinel organ, excellent condition. Reasonable. OS 5-6263. C-tf FRONT END ALIGNMENT — Wheel balancing, EBERT Sinclair Service. Phone OS 57325. s C-tf WANTED — Furniture Upholstering and Repair. Lawrence Piccren. OS 5-4358. C-tf POODLE CLIPPING. A1 s o Poodle puppies for sale. Elwood. FE 2-2679. C-60 FOR SALE—Signature automatic oil heater with thermostat. 65,000. OS 5-2979. P-57 FOR. SALE — Awnings, storm windows and doors. Ornamental iron. A. J. Butz. Phone OS 5-2646. C-tf HUSIC IN YOUR HOME. Pianos — organs. Rental plans available. OS 5-6558. P-tf XMAS TREES—Get your tree early this year! Our own Scotch Pines. At Harold and Berniece Lee's, mi West of Road 31 on Road 28, South side. Phone 963-5335. C-tf FOR SALE—Farm. 10 acres, ] A mile east of East Union. Large 4 bedroom home, $25,000.00 Ferguson-Bergman Real Estate. Kokomo. GL 7-8816 or GL 9-4770. 3029 South Lafountain Street, Kokomo. P-60 CHRISTMAS TREES Ronnie and Judy Sottong. 120 West Jackson. C-tf FOR SALE—Bicycle, girls 24 inch Schwinn, excellent condition. Call OS 5-2713 after 4. C-tf Xraas trees sheared scotch pine. R. Griffy, N. Main Street. C-67 1964 SINGER CABINET $36.08 FULL BALANCE Beautiful walnut cabinet. Assume six payments of $6.01 monthly. Monograms, appli­ ques, darns, sews forward and reverse, equipped to zig-zag,, warranty included. Call OS 52135. tf FOR SALE—Transistor control Genie garage door operators. Sales. and Service. George Morrisett, 437 N. Main. OS 52096. P66 FOR SALE — Semi-automatic washer, used about 1 year. Call OS 5-2419. C-56 FREE PUPPIES for Christmas 1 female, 5 males. 141 Market Road. OS 5-4259. C-61 ELEVATOR AUTO PARTS, 538 N. Main Street offers water and fuel pumps, new and rebuilt carburetors, starter solenoids, voltage regulators, plus .hundreds^of^iused parts Open Hobday thru Saturday to 5:00 K 'Sunday to 12:00 noon. OS 54781. - P-61 FOR SALE—'Buzz saw for Eoid tractor. Phone OS 5-2695, Tip ton. • P-58 1 (iM( -GENE RAL fvTOT© R S CORPORATION ' TRUCKS rnooM v. TO mo TONS SERVICE MOTOR COMPANY INC. HELP WANTED —MEN— Get A Man's Job!! OPERATING HEAVY EQUIPMENT BULLDOZERS GRADERS SCRAPERS DRAG LINES BACK HOES CLAM SHELLS Qualify Now For the many hlffh paying jobs In heavy construction, buill- ingr n»ads, brldjreH, dams, pipe lines, air field*, irrigation systems, mlssle sites, home- Kites, office buildings, etc. Local . and • foreign employment opportunities. You can start now without leaving' your present Job. Complete practical training' on Our modern machines, at OUR Resident Training Sites - gives you the background you need to get that JOB you want as a HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR. Y.A. approved fo»- full resident traln- inff- For complete Information send name, address and telephone number to: ASSOCIATED Heavy Equipment Schools 106 W. Slonroe , South Bend, Indiana FREE XMAS -MONEY —Just bring in your scrap implements,, complete cars,, trucks or farm .tractors, junk batteries,-copper, .brass, aluminumS and lead: Scrap prices are' high at LEVI'S (scrap yard) Tipton. , P-57 WANTED—Riders to Kokomo 3:30 to midnight. Write .Box G, c/o Tipton Tribune. P-56i LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO TRUCK DEALERS Pursuant to an order of the Board of Commissioners for Tipton County, Indiana, notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Auditor of said county until 9:00 a.m. (DLT) on Saturday, December 12, 1364 for the purchase, of the following euipment for the County Highway Department: One (1) dump truck. XO TRADE-IN". Specifications are on file at the office of the County Auditor. Each bid must be on form .as prescribed by the State Board of Accounts, accompanied by a statutory non-collusion affidavit and a certified check or bond for 10 per cent of the amount of bid guarantee bidder if successful will enter, into proper bond and contract subject .to approval of the board. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids OKVILLE T. CLICK Auditor, Tipton County 50-56 NOTICE TO SERVICE STATIONS Pursuant to an order of the Board of Commissioners for Tipton County, Indiana, notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Auditor of said county at D:00 a.m. (DLT) on Saturday, December 12, 111114 for general servicing of the two cars of the Sheriff's Department of Tipton County for the year, 1965. Specifications are on file at the office of the County Auditor. Each bid must be on form as prescribed by the State Board of Accounts, accompanied by a statutory non-collusion affidavit and a certified check or bond for 10 per cent of the amount of bid as a guarantee that such bidder if successful will enter into proper bond and contract subject to approval of the board. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids. ORVILLE T. CLICK Auditor, Tipton County 50-56 WANTED—Good used set of en cyclopaedic. Call OS 5-2855. P-56 FOR RENT FOR BENT -i-^. bedroom apart• ment. 236V4 South Main. New . remodeled; : and redecorated. Heat, water and sewage-furnished. PtemejOS 5-6812..-,C-tf NOTICE TO GKOCiiKS , , Pursuant to an order of tlie Board of Commissioners for /Tipton County, Indiana notice is hereby Riven that sealed bids will be received at the office of the Auditor of said county at 9:00 a.m. (DLT) December 12, 1964 -for the purchase of the three months order of food for the County Home. Specifications for the above are on file at the Auditor's Office. Each bid must be on form as prescribed by the State Board of Accounts and must be accompanied by a statutory, non-collusion affidavit and a certified check or bond for 10 per cent of the amount of -the bid as a guarantee that such bidder if successful will enter into proper bond and contract subject to the approval of the board. Bids must be submitted on all items listed. The board reserves the ripht to reject any and all bids submitted. OKVILLE T. CLICK Auditor, Tipton County 50-5C STATE OF IXDIANA SS: COUNTY OF TIPTON In the Tipton Circuit Court September Term, 1964 Cause No. S939 Joe Adams, Plaintiff vs. Thomas AlcCrary. Telitha McCrary, his wife, Gideon Stevens. Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel, Eliza Ann Mitchel, his wife, the unknown heirs at law and the unknown devisees of Thomas McCrary, Telitha MoCrary. Gideon Stevens, Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel and Eliza Ann Slitchei, Defendants. NOTICE TO NON-KESIDENTS Notice is hereby given that on the 5th day of November, 1964, Joe Adams, Plaintiff, filed in the office of the Clerk of the Tipton Circuit Court, Tipton County, Indiana, a Complaint to Quiet Title the following described real property, in Tipton County, Indiana, to-wit: Ten (lO) acres off of the whole North end of the East Half of the Southeast Quarter of .'Section Thirty-five (35), Township 22 North, Bpjige 3 East, EXCEPT two and one-half. (2%) acres off of . the whole West end thereof: And that said Joe Adams filed with the Clerk of the above said Court, an affidavit showing that the following named Defendants, Thomas AlcCrary, Telitha McCrary, His Wife, Gideon Stevens. Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel, Eliza Ann Mitchel, his wife, the unknown heirs at law and the unknown devisees of Thomas McCrary, Telitha McCrary. Gideon Stevens, Gideon Stephens, Lewis Mitchel and Eliza Ann Mitchel, and all persons who may claim under said Defendants, are not residents of the State of Indiana or that the residence of said Defendants and all persons who may claim under such Defendants, after diligent search and inquiry, is unknown to the Plaintiff: V That said cause of action Is instituted and prosecuted by the Plaintiff for the purpose of quieting title to the above described real estate as against all said' named Defendants, persons who may claim under'said Defendants, all claims and claimants whatsoever and whosoever and as against the world; That said Plaintiff has by endorsement on said complaint required said Defendants or other claimants, to answer and demur to said complaint on the ISth day of January, 1965. NOW, THEREFORE, said Defendants named in said cause and all persons claiming under them are hereby notified of .the said filing and pendency of said complaint against them, and that unless they appear and answer or demur to said complaint on the 18th day of January. 1965, -.the same being the 7th Judicial Day of the January term of the said court, to be held at the Court House In the City of Tipton, said complaint and all the matters and tilings therein contained will; be heard and determined In their absence. Dated this Etb day of November, 1964. ROSS M. HUFFORD, Clerk Tipton County Circuit Court • ' ..;! C-82-38-44-50-66 Financial Gossip By JESSE BOGUE UPI Financial Editor NEW YORK (UPI) -^Harold DI Anderson retired about the start of this decade, from presidency of a Bluefield, W. Va., road construction firm to raise flowers. He. still is raising flowers, but he, and a number of other "retired" associates, also have raised a shopping center which is making a profit. Anderson, 65, interrupted a full round of golf at the halfway point the other day to discuss the 27-store Cape Coral Shopping Plaza at Cape .Coral, Fla., the west coast community started by Gulf American'Land Corp. there. Community Need "Primarily; we started it because we felt it was necessary," said Anderson in discussing the birth of Citizen's Mutual, the corporation which formed the shopping center. "First, my daughter and son- in-law decided to move here and open a supermarket. But the community was growing, and a group of us had a feeling that we'd need more than just that. So Gulf American, through their attorney, helped get 'a group of us together. "There were 14 in all. Most of iis had been in business, but none of us had had real shopping center experience. We included an importer, a" retired general, a grocer, a painter, an electrician. "We organized a corporation, at first with stock going just to the original group. But since then we have expanded the sockholders list, all among owners of Cape Coral property, and we now number about 75. The project began to get under way in July, 1960." Proves Out The venture was capitalized at $300,000. "It has proven out," he continued, "because of the way this place has grown. If you leave for 60 days, when you come back you don't recognize it. And don't get the idea it's a 'retirement' place—it seems to me its full of children." Population of Cape Coral is now about' 4,000, and rising. It was started on - a 52,000-acre tract on the Caloosahatchee River in 1958. ' "Maybe I'm retired, but that doesn't mean I've stopped working," chuckled Anderson. OVERCOME TV GAP WASHINGTON (UPI) —Federal Communications Commission Chairman E. William Henry maintains that ways must be found to "overcome American television's cultura gap — our electronic Appalachia." Henry told the National Association of Educational Broadcasters Monday that educational television's role in the industry must be to "provide a choice . . . act as • a stimulus, and a gadfly in a medium which badly needs all these things." •He said' commercial television, "supported as it is by advertiser dollars," is limited in its scope. Educational television should try to fill the void. THURMOND DOING WELL WASHINGTON (UPI) —Sen. J. Strom Thrumond, R-S.C, was reported "doing very well" today after major surgery at Walter Reed Army Medical Center here. The operation, performed Monday, was for removal of the 62-year-old Thurmond's gall bladder.and repair of a hernia. He is expected to remain hospitalized, for about two weeks, then continue his recuperation at home. OnThe Lighter Side By DICK WEST United Press International WASHINGTON (UPI) — What we need in this country is an insurance company that specializes in writing policies against unusual disasters. ^ Most of this business, it seems,- now goes to Lloyds of London. For instance, Lloyds recently insured the National Swimming Pool Institute against snow during ^itSyConven- tion'in Cleveland next month. If it snows two inches or more on any one day of the four-day affair, the institute will collect $5,000. Well, now. I'm not necessarily trying to steer business away from the London firm. The British are having enough economic trouble as it is. U.S. Disasters But it occurred. to me that there are a number of peculiarly American disasters that a U.S. company would be better equipped to handle. Insuring a swimming pool convention against snow requires no particular actuarial skills. Weather bureau records are readily available, from which it would be simple to calculate the risk of a two-inch snowfall in Cleveland in mid- January. But suppose that Barry M. Goldwater wanted to take out an insurance policy that would protect him against landslides. I doubt whether Lloyds or any other foreign underwriter would have the capacity to ascertain an equitable rate for a catastrophe of that sort. •The British electoral system, you know, is a lot different from ours. Lloyds probably would have, as much trouble writing landslide insurance for as an American company would have if it were required to insure the British cabinet against nude swimming parties. Laryngitis Protection Or, how about insuring Vice President-elect Hubert H. Humphrey against laryngitis? Could a British underwriter properly appreciate the magnitude of a catastrophe such as that? Who would insure J. Edgar Hoover against having another news conference with female journalists? "Who would insure visiting heads of state against the effects of barbecue at the LBJ ranch? These are the types of disas ter policies that I believe are outside the competence of com panies abroad. Or, suppose that President Johnson wanted to take out ear insurance on his dogs, or insure his daughters against back sprains contracted while dancing the Watusi? Where would he turn? I feel certain he wouldn 't turn to Bobby Baker, who helped arrange an earlier life insurance policy. In fact, he might wish he had some insurance against Bobby Baker, Must this be left to Lloyds?' /5 )RE ICE-BERGS SftLTy NO... BECAUSE ICE-BERGS ARE NOT FORMED OF SALT WATER.' OCEAN ICE-BERGS ARE CREATED BY BREAKING OFF-OF GLACIERS VMICH ARE THE RESULT OF SNOW PACKED 1MTO ICgf DlO ORANGES ALY/AVS GROW IN ' AMERICA ? (IcJo! rr V/AS CHRIST&PHER COLUMBUS, WHO INTRODUCED ORANGES TO THE NEVJl VtoRLD! IN1493.HE BROUGHT ORRNGE SEEDS FROM SPAIN AND PLANTED THEM IN HAITI.' ORRNGESORlglMWfeP INARflBlR? WHICH FOOD CROP GIVES "THE GREATEST RETURN PER ACRE THAN ANY OTHER FOOD PLANT ? BfiNRNPlS I THEY YIELD W TIMES AS MUCH RETURN PER ACRE A37777Z?£5 , ....AND 130 TIMES 1553 MORE TRftN WHE'PfTT AS HOW LONG DO PARROTS LIVE? tflRROTS GEUERalLY LIVE TO A RIPE OLD AGE OF r T5"....EVEN lOorTfiE RfctNE PARROT..FROM SYDNEY AUS C, WAS IZS YRS. OLD...WHEN IT DIED I CITY RATIONS WATER MADRID, Spain (UPI) — The use of water in Madrid has been banned for 13V£ hours a day as a | result of a six-month drought that has cut the capi tal's ater supply to 35 days. PLANS RETURN VISIT NEW DELHI (UPI) —Prime Minister Lai Bahadur Shastri said Monday that British Prime Minister Harold Wilson has accepted his invitation to visit India. Shastri made the statement his return to New Delhi from talks in London with Wilson. No date was set for the India visit. STARTS STATE VISIT BONN (UPI ^President Park Chung Hee of South Korea ar rived here Monday for an official state visit to west Germany. u. BUY S. SAVINGS BONDS NOTICE TO TAXl'AVKKS OF AI>I>1T50>"AI, Al'l'KOrKIATlOXS .Notice is hereby given the taxpayers of Tipton County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said municipal corporation at their regular meeting place at !»:00 o'clock a.m.. on 12th day of December, 1964, will consider the following additional appropriations which said officers consider necessary to meet the extraordinary emergency existing at this time. COUNTY AUIMTIONA1.S Prosecuting Attorney.. 1.102 Courthouse.. . .'-02 Soldier Burial 40° Social Security.' 50b Treasurer. V, Recorder. J«- Agrlculture »M Assessor -\\ Sheriff ^"A. j a ll , .213 service' Officer 213B Election £W« Infirmary ReKlstratlon r 60ZA Circuit Court I"- 1 ...» Secretary Heat & Power Soldier-Burial Social - Security. Kxtra Labor • • • Microfilm & Comm & Trans. Kxtra Clerical • Office Supplies........ Uniforms, Radio, Off faupp.. Other Operating ™0-»0 Other Operating ••• "tg-JJX Clerical & Equipment IS„SS Other Operating 600.00 Equipment J 0 ,'' 0 " Grand Jury, Law' Books, Equip 1.525.00 350.00 500.00 1,000.00 1,200.00 270.00 325.00 403.00 150.00 1,100.00 ...J8.993.00 ...J5.943.00 ...J3.000.OO ... 5,500.00 ...JS.500.00 . ..J$,500.00 ... 4,200.00 ... 6,000.00 ... 1,000.00 TOTAL ADDITIOXALS REDUCTIONS OK EXISTING APPROPRIATIONS.. WKLFARE ADDITIONAL8 403A Old Age Assistance- 40311 Aid to Dependent Children...; TOTAL WELFARE ADDITIONALS ." HIGHWAY ADDITIONAL 103A Wages . 309B Bridge Repair 402 Rents • 403 Social Security. \ ' TOTAL HIGHWAY ADDrriONALS 118,700.00 REDUCTIONS OK EXISTING APPROPRIATIONS J1S.700.0O Taxpayers appearing at such meeting shall have a right to be heard thereon. The additional appropriation as finally made will be automatically referred to the State Board of Tax Commissioners, which board will hold a further hearing within fifteen days at the ..County -Auditor's Office of said county, or at such other place us may be designated. At such hearing taxpayers objecting to any of such additional appropriations may be heard. Interested taxpayers may Inquire of the County Auditor when and where such hearing will be held. -,\ % ' . : i ORVILLE T. CLICK, Auditor . ••: 50-56 • . ' • • , j FOREIGN NEWS COMMENTARY I By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign News Analyst French President Charles de Gaulle fears United States' domination of Europe, economically as well as militarily. Within . the next week, - the forces which unite the U.S. and its European allies and those which divide ' them will begin moving toward a decision in meetings in Geneva and Paris, i In Geneva, representatives of the United States, the European Common Market countries, Britain and Japan begin the first hard bargaining in the most far-reaching attempt ever made to liberalize world trade. This is the sixth in a series of post-war tariff cutting negotiations and is known as the' "Kennedy round" which seeks a general tariff cut of 50 per cent across the board. This week the big industrial nations argue those industrial goods which they seek to exempt from the general list. - "To Meet In Paris On Dec. 15, foreign ministers of the NATO nations meet in Paris. The greatest divisive factor,' the U.S.-proposed multi-lateral nuclear naval force (MLF), is not on the agenda but will be thrashed out in numerous private sessions. Besides tariff-cutting and the problems of NATO, inextricably involved also is the future of the European Common Market and the 1963 Franco-Germon treaty of cooperation by which the two nations sought to bury age-old enmities. In a broader sense, it may\] be said that encompassed in these two • meetings is every major problem besetting postwar Europe. De Gaulle In Center . In the center, as he has been ever since rejecting Britain for membership in the Common Market and the U.S. 'Polaris missile as the basis for NATO defenses in favor of his own nuclear deterrent, is De Gaulle. In 'MLF De Gaulle simply sees an Anglo-American plot to dominate Europe, and he is determined to break it up. * It goes far deeper than mere military domination. Just as much, De Gaulle fears economic domination. Examples were Chrysler's entry into the French automobile field through Simca, and General Electric's into the computer Held through Machines Bull. De Gaulle's supporters explain that ,it is not that he opposes U.S. investments in France but he does oppose U.S. entry into vital areas upon which France is dependent not only for defense but for economic and scientific progress. Computers and automobiles fall into that area. Pressure On W. Germany To gain his points, De Gaulle has applied most of his pressure on West Germany. Upon his carefully circulated threat -to break up the Common Market, De Gaulle induced West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard to agree to lower West German grain prices. The Germans had been committed to such action but sought to delay it until afer next year's elections. Upon agreement within the Commori Market, success at Geneva also hinged. The Common Market negotiates,as a bloc at Geneva and the United States, attemping o proect its own billion dollar agriculural market in Europe, has insisted that negotiations on industrial and agricultural products go hand in hand. Now De Gaulle is insisting that it, West Germany joins MLF, then the Franco-German treaty is dead. De Gaulle has won some of his bigge"st Victor- lies just ..by, Joeing stubborn > and he may win again. .1 Crossword Puzzle 3b it •s »9 31 ACROSS 2. Drawing room e .Hespond 11. March •12. Missiles 14. Solitary 15. Girl's name 16. Ascend 17. Nickname 20. Distant 21. Perceive 22. Cougars 24. Turkish weight 25. Half an em 26". One -who abandons 28. Emphasize J 30, Dumas character . 33. Discontinue] 35. Pronoun 36. Knock 38. Slumber 39.Eesort 40. Mountains 44: A thousand Scorched 42. Salt 16. Vex. 50. Chemical' 43. Lead pellet 47. Furtive 38 IS" *3 *3 a-* 39 51. Waste's. Answax to Poxxlo ••Eia- •••••• ana : aminm •••••• a -..-Banna: ••an saca ••••• •ansa QBEIQ^ DOWN 1. Prominent 2. Got up 3. Path 4. Poem 5. Compass point 6. Egyptian god 7. Do-wrong 8. Scope 9. Adapt 10. Twitch 11. Analyzes; grammatically 13. Withered • 17. Mollusks 18. Dextrose 19. Candy 22. Insects 23. Divest 26. Haunt 27. Consume 29. Ruffles 31. Inflicts 32. Settled 34. Turmeric " 36. Male sheep 37. Form in line 39. Portion . 41. Thin bar . 43. Mammal 45. Enlarge i 46. Spread grass 48. Year: abbrev. 49. Yes: ItaL Quirks In The News SMALL CHANGE DENVER (UPI) — dayman C. Shultz, 36, was held today under $25,000 bond. charged with stealing $3,450, all in coins, from the Hereford (Colo.) State Bank Nov. 29, Police arrested Shultz this week after he bought a new car from a Denver auto dealer paying $2,974 for the car — all in half dollars, quarters and dimes. NUMBER LESSON BURLINGAME, Calif. (UPI) — A south . San Francisco accountant received quite a lesson in addition -Monday from his wife. Pauline Van Leeuwen, 30, presented her husband-, Ted, with triplets — all girls — at Peninsula Hospital. The Van Leeu- wens have four other children, BEATLE BEDS HOUSTON (UPI) — A charitable, organization raised $1,892 by charging teen-agers $1 to stretch out in twin beds slept in by Beatles George Harrison and Ringo Star. The beds were donated by a Dallas motel where the English singing group stayed, on their tour of the U.S. The money will be used to buy Christmas presents for patients in the Austin State Mental Hospital. WHAT IS IT? LEE-ON-SOLENT, England (UPI) —It's a ship, it's a plane. . .no, it's. . . Yachtsmen along this English river, finally decided that a hydrofoil craft, was a ship and would be, required to obey standing rules designed to prevent collisions at sea. Advertise In TheTributie Wall Street Chatter NEW YORK (UPI) — Bache & Co. says the intercession of the President in the interest rate area could provide an important psychological prop to the .stock market. "While the market may need some additional time to adjust to recent fast-moving developments," Bache comments, "we feel that the underlying favorable trend continues intact." E. F. Hutton & Co. says that barring any further tightening of credit in this country in response to international developments, the stock market does not look to be overly vulnerable at this time to any "extensive shakeout." But the brokerage house says it would be unrealistic for the investor to look for any immediate resumption of the long-term advance. The Dines letter says the odds from past experience heavily favor a year-end stock market rally and suggests that investors proceed on that assumption. But the advisory let- er cautions that the one characteristic o fthe present market is leadership by former laggards and a lessening of quality in that leadership. GETS LIFE TERM ) . WINCHESTER, England (UPI)—Painter Ramsay Dorward Shannon, 33, was sentenced to life imprisonment in a 52-second trial Monday after he pleaded guilty to stabbing waitress Gisela Mayer to death. Shannon said that after Miss Mayer told him it "was all over"." between them, he plunged a butcher's knife 28 times "into her poor dear back." • - l *9}H WORRIED? NERVOUS Over Change-off-Life? i f me your m/ad. Oaf waicom* nlhtwHk ipacfof woman's midtthm Dont dread tho»»Te*r» of nii- •ry, of indden kot iluihas, w»ve» of weakness, irritability. if you are going through tha chance, don't despair. Do as countless thousands of women do —take a special woman's madi- .1-. T Jf„ -B. V^t. , 1 . tionally caused ftmal* diatrasi. In doctors' taata woman after woman found that Pinkham'B Compound gave drajnatfc hal» without costly shots. Irritability ia toothed, hot flashes kafe- aided. So doat alt and faroaal eine-Lydia E. Pinkham Vera- and feel unable U help yoojs table expound-daveloved by • self. 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