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Tuesday Evening, December 17, 1D57. Survey Results of UN General Assembly skjold for a second five-year term, made Malaya its 82nd member and named Canada, Japan and Panama to the Security Council for one-year terms beginnii.g Jan. By BRUCE \V. MUNN United Press Staff Correspondent UNITED NATION'S, N.Y. (UP) —United Nations delegate- packed today and headed for their homes throughout the world for Christmas, prepared to return on short notice if an emergency sessiono83 The General Assembly completed its 12th annual session Saturday. The assembly ended its 12-week session with a protest from the United States against persecution ( of Hungarian patriot leaders ancliture after he landed in the hospi- a warning that it would demand tal. it' seems he cleaned his trac- a special session on Hungary tor with gasoline and then lit a "should circumstances warrant.", cigarette. U.S. Ambassador Henry Cabot j This is just one of the annual Lodge spoke out in the assem-j batch of fire oddities compiled bly's closing hour against the trial !f rom records of the National fire before a secret military tribunal j protection Assn., a non-profit fire in Budapest of Gen. Pal (correct* ; sa fcty group with headquarters Maleter, Gen. Istvan Kovacs and here. Oddities in Fire Stories BOSTON (UP) — A Des Moines, man canceled a farm safety lec- CROSSWORD PUZZLE Answer to Yesterday's Punl ACROSS 1—Kquallty *—Ketail establishment 9—Recent; 1-—Beverage ID—Rented 14—Before 15—Ono who ratcht-'H 17—Vanquish :a—Dined , 21—Bow 22—Phut noisily 21—Speck 26—T^ease 2»—Inn Sl_Rocky hill 33—River In Wales 34—Pronoun 33—Place • 37—Armed conflict 29—Indefinite arllclo 40— Greek' letter 42 —Period of Ume •I'l—Vital orgEin -H—Gentle 4fi—Footlllce part 50—Younp Klrl SI—Tibetan, gazelle 5:i—Metal 55—Hates RS—Twirl fil—Meadow 62—Stupid person (col:oq.) (M—At present C3—Writo fifl—Brcyxks cf? 67—Chanpe color of DOWN 1—Moccasin. 2—WHIR Jr. other 1957 fire quirks: Hunters gelling rid of pesky jackrabbits near Gorham, Kan., Col. Sandor Kopacsy. former police chief in the Hungarian capital. Alsing Anderson of Denmark,." ut ol|t a ^rush f; re by'beating chairman of the assembly's five-j tne f] ame s with dead rabbits... member investigating committee ijohrl c annon ' s $25,000 home was that condemned Russia's suppres-! [ j c ,.. tro y e (j at fj ec | ar Beach, Ont., sion of the Hungarian revolt. was| wh ' en he .- ounc i ), e didn't have a due here today. He planned to re-| nic |. el to call lhe fi re .department convene the committee Tuesday. f rom a public booth. to discuss the plight 01 the three) Ma/ , ic ; an j.jarry Albacker, An errant marksman practicing freedom fighters. LOTSM, Ohio, had to bog off a' 3—Iterate 4—DW'.Jharped a, J*-U.) 5—Weary fi—Conjunction 7—Crimson 8—Pa null H« «»—Want™! 10—Period of tlmt 11—Damp 16—Domesticate* is—Preposition 2D—Negative 22—Turns iisido from fear 23—Numbers grann •ifi—Hunl '21 —.Approaches 28—Temporary shelters SO—Conducted ;{2—Cheer Ilfi—Knock Its—Lease afialn n—-Knit Led blanket 43— Affirmative 45—Finnish Islands 47—Also 4!)—sharpen fii:—Limbs fi-1— Vast apres B5—HiKh mountain SO—Insect 67—Offsprlnff riB—riaythlr.tr 60—Female sheep S3—sun god State Official Backs Oak Hill School Plans PERU — A representative of the State Board of Tax Commissioners said he will recommend that the itate allot $40,000 to Oak- Hill School Corporation to buy land for a new school. Herbert C. Holmes said final approval of the site for the school must be made by the State Da- partment of Public Instruction, The Oak Hill corporation, which includes students from Pleasant and Richland township in Grant county and from Jackson township in Miami county, plans to build the school just north of State Road 18 and just east of Indiana 13. Clamp Embargo On Florida Citrus Fruit Shipments LAKELAND, Fla. (UP) — A seven-day embargo was slapped on all citrus shipments out of Florida today at the height of the Christmas shipping season. The embargo,) imposed by the Florida Citrus Commission, resulted from last week's cold wave that sent temperatures in. the citrus belt plunging below the 20-degree Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Three market and a shortage of Christmas fruit were expected. The commission, in an emergency meeting, also unanimously voted to prohibit the damaged fruit from being used in concen- King Shifts To Furman GREENVILLE, S.C. (UP)—End coach Robert B. (Bob) King of the University of Illinois will quit his post after 11 years to return to trate. The order affects all Furman University, his alma ma- 1ft fruit :ter> as hcad footl)a11 coach. mark and caused an estimated 50 markets. million dollars damage to citrus and other crops. A sharp climb in prices for citrus already en route t-o the holiday shipments and private transportation of fruit out of the slate. The emergency action was taken to keep damaged frui. off the market. Cold-damaged fruit couM ruin prices and the reputation of Florida citrus on northern Meat Cutters End Strike ST. LOUIS (UP) — Most St. Louis chain food stores were open today after union meatculters overwhelmingly approved a nuw two-year wage contract that ended a week-long strike. I ing with matches after being put to bed by his owners... at Lyons, Mich., George McQuillan admitted somewhat disgruntedly that he burned down two .barns Observers agreed the 12lh sembly had these items on its credit side: —It agreed, despite Russian objections, to finance the United Nations Emergency Force in tfie Middle East on the basis of regular budget assessments. Some diplomats saw this as the first real step toward providing a permanent U.N. peace force. —It established a 3 per cent surcharge on all Suez Canal tolls to meet the ?8,400,000 bill for clearing the waterway of blockades resulting from the 1956 hostilities there. Again Russia objected, contending the "aggressors"—Britain, France and Israel—should pay the bill. —By a unanimous vote, it established a U.S.-proposed special fund for an expanded program of technical assistance to underdeveloped countries, expected not to exceed 100 million dollars annually. On the less spectacular side, the Assembly: —Called for "pourparlers" (informal negotiations) between France and Algeria but endorsed no step for an 1 end to their three- year-old guerrilla warfare. —Failed to return the required two-thirds majority for a resolution its political committee approved, saying that the righ' of self-determination should be considered for British held Cyprus. —Listened to glowing Bussian promiseso f future good behavior —including a treaty with the United States and an exchange of scientific and cultural information —and then passed with only China's abstention an Incian- Swedish-Yugoslav resolution which in effect reaffirmed U.N. charter principles but omitted endorsement of the Kremlin's "peaceful coexistence" language. In "housekeeping" matters, the Assembly re-elected Hammar- playing dale...fore had destroyed all of his' 150 white rabbits...A monkey suffering from insomnia caused a serious fire (and his own archery in the cellar of Edward because he was mad at not being Loll's Bay City, Mich., home allowed to join the town volunteer touched off a blaze when the ar- fire department, row hit an electric wire and! — ~-:~ . . :ks fell on bales o£ hay...And' Read the Classified AdS for Holiday Entertaining Get &M/& delicious AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE I LIKE TO SHOP ! Brumbaugh's • v7 HI FOR MY MEN The finest in Men's Wear B I Christmas Candy "to give and enjoy llb.box.*1.35 • 2 lb. box 2.6O 31b. box..»...3.85 5 Ib. box- 6.35 Fresh, delicious Assorted Chocolates made of the very finest ingredients . . . creams, fruits, nuts, caramel and crisp centers to tempt anyone ... to Please everyone! Exclusively at Timberlake's —Place your Order New for this Wonderful Candy! Distinctly Fresher . . . 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