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.ll.ST l r/. Y/ /,':<: ;-, PAGE 4—NAPGATIJCK NEVtrs; (CONN.), SATTJBpAy, APRIL 21, 1951 ;•>' •>«. - "-™.«>d;Every Evening (Except Sunday) by J; ™y NAUGATUCK' NEWS CORP., NAUGATUCK, CONN. • Telephones 2228 and 222»—All Departments Entered as second class matter at the post office In Naugatuck, Conn, 7 . SUBSCRIPTION RATES Payable In Advance ' ^; Month .... ;-... $1.30 1 Tear $15.60 Member: American Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n,; N. E. Daily Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n.; Conn. Newspaper Publishers' Ass'n. SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1951 THE CLOCK ' The pubSlcity-wise Bremen have attached pla'stic signs onto their private cars asking the public to vote in favor of the reduced work week for them at the May election. .Reporters and photogs cover- taiJK. the MacArthur landing: at Idlewild Airport, Thursday night had » real assignment .'.. The .General was. most affable In acquiescing- to their requests (or demands) that he stand up for "just one more picture."... Wonder wh-> the fellow was who (must have arrived late) shouted iit the last minute, "Hey—Stand up again." ... The General did. .-Borough Court Judge Martin L. Caine is the likely choice for borough attorney, should the Democrats win the election next month .. .Down in Milford,. where action is under way to select a new town manager . reporters irere broomed from, the town council meeting the other night when the applications of 36 candidates were opened ...Wonder Why?' .Postmaster Frank .!. Green, Emmett Shea and Matty Scully were the only. Naugatuck residents attending the Jefferson- Jackson Day dinner, sponsored by the' Democratic party of Connecticut Thursday night In New Haven . -. .and according to the program the three were"" the only Naugatuck Democrats contributing financially to the affair. Our oM' buddy, Sgt. First Class Frank Sacco of Company F has been assigned to the Army Education Center, Fort George G. Meade, Md., for a one-week Discussion Leaders Course ...He'll then return to Camp Pckett, Va. • Private John J. Mariottl, 570 Soutli Main street, has been promoted to private first class at Fort Bragg. N. C., where he's •MlXned to the 449th Field Artillery Observation Battalion, V Corps . i.John worked for Eric Anderson, painter and decorator before entering the .service last November.. .A graduate of XHS, life's-the son of Mrs. Genevieve Mariottl. George F. Williams, Jr., an airman in the US Navy assigned to the Naval' Air Station San Diego, Calif., has ^ completed -his aerial gunnery course ....He's the son of. Mr. and Mrs. George Jirilliams, 49 Andrew- avenue' '"*'. .Hfs wife is the former Nancy Anne Urany of Brewyh, 111. Joe Famiglietti, who once toiled for The Naugatuck News and usual] ykept the air buzzing, is now working for the New York Mirror.... Saw his picture in the tabloid the other day in the act of. interviewing a movie star- and husband who denied they were pphhfft ... Remember Joe? ... Photo identified him as Joe Famm. Jack McSherry loaded down with a pair of- skis followed by Jane Garrick holding a pair of ski poles were In the Y the other night .. .They said when the sea-' son of spring was called to their attention, that they were going to practice , water skiing hi the Y pool ...Actually It was a lecture to a group of girls at the Y. Missed in the list of those who entered the Army recently was Ed J. Galvin,- son of Fireman and Mrs. E. Galvin, 222 Meadow street.. .He's still in Fort Devens, Mass., but expects to ship out very soon for training-.. .Hegrad- uated from the Naugatuck High in 1949. A number ot local residents travelled to New York Friday to see the MacArthur parade ... among them was Alexander Kela- kowskl of North Main street, who received tickets from Mayor 1m- pelliterri, (both former Ansonla residents) ... Capt. Jack Phillips ol the fire department and BUI Barrett of Barnum court, also were among the parade witnesses. Bob Steele, Hartford raflio announcer, answered a question the other day that's asked of all newspaper and" radio people... readers and listeners constantly inquire as to why only the tragic, disastrous and otherwise bad news always is highlighted.. .Mr. S. recalled the adage, "No news is good news." Ami Brown got a big charge out of a story told the other day by Henry Bulka ; ... she's still laughing. ..Joh nMcGulre, manager of the local A. & f. store, says his delivery, boys are much happier now with the new carts they can trundle orders to cars from the store. Senator Frank Monchun, senate chairman of the Cities and Boroughs Committee of'the General Assembly in Hartford, told us yesterday that the committee has 465 bills to consider in its committee alone'.. .and he added that some are 80 pages in length ... he was pointing out that it's impossible for the committee to consider every bill in detail. Breed of Canine Answer to Previous Puzzle HdjftZONTAI. 57 Complication ofairie :', v 59 Oceans ' macaw If.State of mind jo Ailments told to have i Rssuiie • #igin ? teclin 2 Half {prefix) China '•-- 3 Native; metal 8%«hort -i— turmoil : . is curled close 5 Expensive •u|Sffi5» ^fir-" *™ o • •fcggs*™ •• ]S^ %%£F ! ** t^S s sheltet •"-'>3•'•:.-:•-•--•-• silkworm 46 Average (ab.) 30 Approach 47 On the ocean 19,-Jumbled type ii Sediment 36 All 48 Promontory 20-plnnacle 16 Type of moth 37Races SGScatter 21 Compass point ig upon 40 Check 52 Fish eggs 22-§teamship 23 Administer 41 Preposition 55 Hawaiian birc : (ab.) ' . . 23 Pronoun 24 Ancestor of . Pharaohs 26 Box- 28 Portent 81 Light brown; 32 Before 33 God of war 34.Narrc*w inlet 37 Cvcatrix 36 Chief priest of a shrine 39 Hebrew letter 40 "Slnallest '' ate* (ab.V, 42 Make ^ a lac? • edging 45 New Guinea 4? Lure 51 Reluctant 53 Passage of the '' •-x, 84 Negative word UK Pcmala rsbbi',3 OUR YOUNG CmZENS . JAMES FRANCIS NEWMAN, 5-months old, is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' Edward Newman, 12 .Aetna street.. :.. . '-.,• •', " ••-, .:-.-• . MNDA LOUISE, & 1-2, arid Edwin I/ee, one, are the children of Mr. arid Mrs. Lee Douty, 318 Scott street; ."•'--.. ': '' ' • ' : ' >•;. •- •. PAUL EVERETT, 4 1-2 month, 82 Bridge street, was the first baby born in Naugatuck in 1951. (Cheplick Photo) Oft Church Week Of Methodist Woman To Mark Anniversary Of Society The 10th anniversary of the founding of the Women's Society of Christian Service will be marked Wednesda yevening, when members of the local Methodist church will entertain women of the West Side Hill Methodist church of Waterbury at a meeting scheduled for 8 o'clock in the church hall. Mrs. Willard Uphouse of West Haven will speak 'on the subject, "Women and Society." All women of the church are invited to attewd. ST. MICHAEL'S (Episcopal) Bev. Wtnfred B. langhorst CONGREGATIONAL Rev. Willard B. Soper The church school will meet at 9:45 a. m. for the primary, junior and senior departments. The nursery, beginner and kindergarten departments will meet at 11 o'clock. Morning worship will be held at 11 o'clock with the minister preach- on "The Unholy Trinity." Children's talk will be "The Magic Mirror." Music: prelude, "Andante," Harwood; "Prelude and Fugue in P. Minor," Handel; anthem, "God Is My Shepherd," Dvorak; offertory, "Praise Ye the Name of the Lord," Tcherepin; postlude, "Postlude on 'Rejoice, the Lord Is King," Marks. Mary G. McCleary is minister of music. The Pilgrim Fellowship will meet at 7 o'clock. There will be a discussion on "What is the most important factor in developing good citizens—Heredity, Environment or Self-Will?" Monday, the junior choir rehearsal, 3:30 o'clock. Tuesday, the adult choir will be guests of the Aid society for dinner at 6:15 o'clock, in recognition of their faithful service. A rehearsal will follow. Wednesday, the Connecticut Fellowship of Congregational Christian Women will hold its annual meeting in the Center church on the Green in New Haven. The program will begin at 10:30 a. m. The theme for the meeting will be "A Highway for Our God." Principal speakers will be Dr. Edith Lawton, Miss Margaret Blemker and Dr! Afif Tannous. Luncheon reservations should be made with Mrs. J. Scott Brown by Monday. The Naugatuck Valley Association Laymen, Men's Work 1 committee, will meet in the Prospect Congregational church, Prospect. Dinner will be served at 6:30 o'clock. The speaker will' bo Dr. Nelson Dreier. Please call Warren D. Abel for reservations. Thursday, the Week-Day School of Religion, 2:30 o'clock; the junior choir rehearsal, 3:30 o'clock; the Girl Scouts, Troop 4, 3:30 o'clock; the Boy Scouts, Troop 2, 7:30 p. m. Friday, the Girl Scouts, Troop 22, 3:30 o'clock; the Brownies, Troop 57, 3:30 o'clock; the Cubs and their parents will' meet as a Pack at 7 o'clock. Saturday^ "Chapel Doors." WWCO, 9:15 a. m. NAUGATUCK METHODIST Church school, 9:45 Morning worship, 11:00. Sermon-by the minister, "When things go Wrong:"' Music by the. choir under the 'direction of Clare. S; Smith, A nursery' is conducted during the worship" hour for small children. Youth Fellowship, 7:00, The^parerits ! 'will be the guests of the MYF., and will participate in the discussion, "Can Teen-agers.. and : aflults be real friends?" Monday, 8:00. The leadership committee of the Board of Education \vill meet. Tuesday, 7:30. Play rehearsal in the,church hallT"- Wednesday 8:00, The .lofcal W. S. C. S. will be host to the women of the West Side -Hill Methodist church in Waterbury. Thursday, 8:000: Choir practice. Saturday, 10 a. in. The District Stewards will meet in the St. Paul's Methodist church, Hartford. 2 p. m. The annual meeting of the New Haven District wili be held in St. Paul's church, Hartford. JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES At a meeting of the Jehovah's Witnesses tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock in Kingdom- hall, 4 Oak street, A. LaPorta will speak nn the subject. Will East Meet West in Peace? The services for Sunday, April 22, fourth Sunday after Easter, and for the following are: 7:30 a. m. Holy Communion, server, Earl Phillips; 9:30 a. m. church school, hymns to be played by the church school orchestra, "Ye Watchers and Ye Holy One", "New Every Morning", "Stand Up Stand Up for Jesus"; 10:45 a. m. Nursery school, Mrs. George Bower in charge; 11 a. m. Litany and sermon, ushers, Janics Lyons, Samuel Lyons, Robert Lyons, and Chacles Anderson; acolytes, cr'ucifer, Warren Stevenson, small cross, Roy Burke, candlebearers, Jay O'Connor ana John Schmuck, 7:30 p. m. Young People's Fellowship, program "Hynosis as an Aid to Psychiatry,' speaker, Douglass Finn. Monday, 2 p. m. Church Helper's dessert bridge; 3:30 p. m. Brownie Troop 19; 7:45 St. Michael's Guild meeting. Tuesday, 3:30 p. m. Brownie Troop. 58; 7:30 p. m. Playmaker'a rehearsal. Wednesday, 9 a. m. Holy 1 ^Cpm- munion, Commemoration of the feast of St. Mark, 3:30 p. ni. Grammar school girls choir rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. Adult choir rehearsal; 8 p. m. Playmakers monthly-meeting, speaker, John E. Carr from the FBI. Thursday, 2:30 p. m. Weekday School of Religion, 3:30 Church school orchestra rehearsal; 7:30 p. m. Boy Scout Troop. Friday, 3:30 p. m. Girl Scout Troop 34; 7:30 p. m. Playmakers rehearsal; Adult Choir rehearsal. Saturday, 8 p. m. Square dancing-. SALEM LUTHERAN (Augustana) Bev. Donald L. Kent Donald L. Kent, pastor, 20 Salem street, telephone 2692. Sunday school and Bible class at 9:30 a. m. Divine worship at 10:45 a. m. A nursery is maintained during the Sunday morning worship service for the convenience of parents of small children. Sunday, April 22, fourth Sunday after Easter, "Ye Are My Friends," (John 15:10-17); ushers, Carl Peterson and Richard Clymer; acolyte, Douglas Olson; music, preludes, "Jesus, My Joy," arr. Dupre; "Adoration," Guilmant; anthem, "If Ye Love Me," Simper, Salem choir: offertory solo, "The Beaatitudes," Darlene Nelson; postlude, "Devotion"; sermon theme, "Our Compelling Motive." 4 p. m., Hartford District Sunday school Teachers' Institute at Bethesdtf Lutheran church, Forestville; speaker, the Rev. Raymond Hedberg-, pastor of First Luheran church, New Britain. Tuesday, April' 24, 2 p. m. Service at Fairfield State hospital. Wednesday, April 25, 6:30- p. m. Luther choir. . • ; Thursday, April 26, 2:30 p. m. Week-day School'of Religion; 3:30 P 1 . m., Junior Confirmation class; T 45 p m , Senior choir; 7pm to 9 p. m., Rummage sale sponsored, by the Ladies' Aid society, 8pm Lutheran Vespers, WWCO Friday, April 27, 9 a: a.. m Rummage sale, continued; 3 30 p m Brownies Saturday, April 28, 9 IS a m "Chapel Doors," station WWCO, 3 30 a m;, Sunday .school ;choir; 9 30 a m., Senior Confirmation class. \ , ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Bev. O. H. Bertram Sunday school and Bible class, 9 30; public worship, 10 30, theme, "My Church And I", text, Romans 12,4-5. The Lutheran Hour, WICC (600) 1 30 WLCR (990 k) 2 00, WWCO and WONS, 7 30 The first meeting of the Married Couples club will meet at the church parlors for ah evening of social and 7:30 o'clock. Wednesday, Choir rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. • "• • • •• -' -.. ' : ' ' Thursday, •;._. Release-time school, 2:45 p.' m.;' : Ltifheran' Vespers WWCO; 8 p. m. Friday, The welcome,. party of the coriipr'mation class of 1951 will be held ; by thV'Walther League at the., parsonage at ^6:30 o'clock.: Saturday, "Moments of Comfort'," WATR. and WTORj 7:45 a, in.; "Chapel-Doors," WWCO,'9:15"a. mi Thought for the Week: "Every one of us lives under one of two tents—con-tent or discon-tent." ST. MICHAEL'S (Boman Catholic) . , Beacon Falls : • Bev. Jerome T. Cook Masses at 8, 9:15 and 11. ST. MARY'S • (Boman Catholic) , Bev. Thomas M. Griffin Masses at 7:30, 9:30 and IX ST. FRANCIS' (Boman Catholic) ]S«T. Paul F. Keating Masses at 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. Children's Mass downstairs, 9 a. ST. ANTHONY'S (Koman Catholic) Prospect, Conn. Bev. Thomas J. O'Connell Masses at 7:30, 9 and 10:30. ST. HEDWIG'S •, ~ (Boman Catholic) Bev, William J. Topor Masses at 6:15; 8, 9:30 and 11. HOLY SAVIOUR (Polish Natlonaf Catholic) Bev. Paul Hozlowski Masses celebrated at 8 and 10:3d Copper BiB Due For Senate Passage . Legislation providing suspension of the $40-a-ton tariff, on copper is due to pass the Senate Tuesday, according to Senate -Leader McFarland, Arizona Democrat. He predicts that debate on the measure will not be lengthy. The bill already has passed the House. The tariff would be suspended until Feb. 15, 1953, or until 'the national emergency is; over, whichever date comes first, provided, however, that if for a month's pefc- iod the price of copper foils below 24 cents a pound the tariff would be reimposed. FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST SCIENTIST Corner of Holmes and Mitchell Ave, WATERBUBV, CONN. Sunday services, 10:45 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school, 10:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting's, including testimonies of Christian Science healing, 8 o'clock. "Doct ine of Atonement" tvil 1 tie the su'jieot of the LcB3On-.Ser:n"n for Sunday, April 22, 1961. •'•: The Golden Text is from I Timothy 2:5, 6: "There is ; one God, and one mediator between God' and men, 'the man Christ Jesus; who gave himself a .ransom for all, to be testified in due time." Selections from-the Bible include the following: "Then Peter Bald, Silver and gold have I none; but such as-I have give I thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk. And he took him by the right hand, and'lifted him up; and immediately his feet and ankle bones received strength. And he, leaping up stood, and walked; and entered with them ,into, the temple, walking, and leaping, and praising God." (Acts 3: 6-8). Correlative passages from the Christian Science Textbook, "Sci ence and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, include the following 1 , (p. >135): "Christianity as Jesus taught it was not a creed, nor a system of ceremonies, nor a special gift from a ritualistic Jehovah; but it was the demonstration of divine Love casting out error and healing the sick, not merely in the NAME' of Christ, or Truth, but in demonstration of Truth, as must be the case in the cycles of divine light." EMMANUEL LUTHERAN U.L.C.A. Rev. Theodore.A. Schroder HILLSIDE COVENANT ... Rev; Harry J. Ekstam Sunday, 9:45 a. m., Sunday Bible school; 11 a. m., Morning' worship. Fourh Sunday after Easter. The clmrch' choir will 'sing and the pastor will speak, using as the basis .for his message the Book of Jonah. The sermon title will be, "Breaking Down the Barriers." 5 p; m.! Vesper service, observance of Holy Communion. Tuesday, 8 p. m., Ladies auxiliary silver tea. Public is cordially invited' to attend. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Prayer and Bible study. Thursday, '2:30 p. m. Week. Day School^bf Religion; 3il5 p.m. Junior choir rehearsal. / Friday: '3:30 p. m. Girl Scout Troop No:v88. 7:30 p. m., Boy Scout Troop No. 6. 7:45 p. m. Church choir ...rehearsal; 8 p. m., Deacon meeting. "..''' What's Right? Your' htfsband asks you if you would like to go to a movie. iVBONC-: In an -attempt to be agreeable say, "It doesn't make any difference to me what we do," or "if you'd like to, it is all right with me." ... '-. . BIGHT: Realize that such an answer^ actually throws .cold water on plans. Say" that you'd like very much to'gi}." , ' The Rev. Theodore A. Schrader, pastor, 567 High street, telephone 3493; Sunday, April 22; fourth Sunday after Easter; Church school 9:30 a. m.; adult membership class 9:30 a. m.; worship service 10:30 a m.; sermon topic, "The Stars in My Crown"; text; .Daniel 12:3; 2 " p. in. Service for the family at the Lutheran Home, Southbury, 3-pm, The spring convention of the\ New England Conference Brotherhooc will fee. held at Grace Lutheran church; Hartford; The banquet will be held at 6 o'clock and the ladies are invited. Tuesday, 8 p. m. The Women's .Missionary society will be held al the home , of Mrs. William Gottschalk, 115 Grove street. Mrs. William Pohl, president will be in charge of the meeting. Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. The Men's Brotherhood will meet at the church hall, Charles Vagt. presidenl will preside, All men of the church are invited. A game of quoits and refreshments will follow the business meeting. • Thursday, 2:30 p, m. Weekday School of Religion; 8 p. m. WWCO Lutheran Radio Vespers,-Dial 1240. Friday, 6:30 p. m. Junior choir rehearsal, Mrs. William Pohl,. director. 5 to 8 p. m., the Ladies' Aid society will serve a roast pork and beef supper at the church hall. The public is invited. Tickets will be available at the door. -^ Saturday, 9 a. m. Senior confirmation class; 9:15 a. m. WWCO, Chapel Doors. 10 a. m. Junior confirmation class. The fifth annual dinner meeting of the Naugatuck Council of Churches will be held at St. Michael's parish house Monday, April 30. The business meeting will be at 5:30 p. m. and the dinner at 8:30 p. m. Reservations for dinner should be made with Serge Neprash, phOne 6858. The speaker will be the Rev. Lawson WJllard, rector of Trinity church, New Haven. : By GaUbraith "He says I'll flunk on punctuation— but I'm what do commas have to do with and + JACOfY ON BRIDGE + By OSWALDJACOBY Written for NEA S*rvk^ , Here's A Lesson In Good Bidding "Please comment on the" bidding: of this hand," requests* a New York reader. "When this hand-was played in the Eastern States tournament recently, South won the opening spade lead and promptly led a club for a finesse of dummy's ten. East won and laid down the ace and" king of diamonds. «> 'West went into a • deep huddle over the play to the second round of diamonds, but finally decided to drop his jack. East thereupon ran three more diamond tricks, setting the contract two tricks. "Isn't four hearts a sounder contract? If so, how should it be bid?" Four hearts is a sounder contract, but is: should be observed that it depends on a. successful club guess. If South has guessed the queen of clubs at no-trump, he would have brought home nine tricks without any difficulty. However, the club guess is easier when hearts are trumps. Declarer can discover very early that East has a singleton heart. He then plays East for possible length in clubs, and the queen of clubs is thus easily picked' up. The game in • hearts is easily reached if South cue-bids two spades instead of .bidding two no- trump. North can-then go to three clubs after which South belatedly shows heart supporrt by bidding three hearts. . At tihs point each member of the partnership has had a chance to show diamond strength by bidding- wo-trump. Since each had ducked that responsibility it should be clear that the necessary diamond stopper simply doesn't exist. North therefore goes to game in hearts rather than in no-trump. CARD SENSE Q—With both sides vulnerable NOtlV WEST + Q1Q + KJ10 EAST SOOTH (6) 4AX • 883 *A98«B» Both vul. So** West North 1* Pass 1V 2* Pass 2* 2N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Opening lead— A a your partner deals and bids oni» no-trump. The next player. doubla*. You hold: Spades J-3 Hearts 9-T- 5, Diamonds 9-7-6-*-3-2r Clubs S2: What do: you do? ' ;„ A—Bid two diamond*. If yo« pass, your partner may have t^> no-trump doubled. Two dlamon^* should be a much, better spot This bid shows weakness, • since with any -strong hand you would ret double. ' . , TODAY'S QUESTION .; With both sides vulnerable your partner, deals and 'bids one no* trump. The next player doublet!. You hold: Spades K-9-7-5-t Hearts 7-5, Diamonds J-9-7-6, Club 4; What do you do?. ; Answer 'Monday DO YOU REMEMBER? One Year Ago Regina Sullivan was the local winner of the nation-wide essay contest sponsored by the national grange, Harry M. Steele, master of the- Beacon Valley Grange announced. Margaret Hackett, Lois Romanouski, Nancy Anderson and Eleanor Wilson all Naugatuck High school students, were attending the two-day open house activities at Simmons college, Boston. <JO Ago Wilbur .Squire, Church street, recently visited in New Haven. Bill Mulesky and Joe Biernacki hurled the Naugatuck nine to win over Seymour, 7-2. Realty Transactions The following papers have been filed for record in the office of Town Clerk Raymond J. St. John: Certificate of Distribution Estate of Amanda E. Pearson to Arthur C. and Paulino H. Pearson, property on corner of Grove and Walnut streets. Certificate of Devise . .Estate of Frank Adamaitis to Joseph and John Adamaitis, property on Golden Hill street extension. MEBWIN TO SPEAK State Senator Fred Merwin of Milford, serving the 14th Senatorial District, will be guest speaker at a turkey supper of the Prospect Republican town committee Wednesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Cedar Post, Prospect. COFFEE MABKET New Orleans—El Salvador is the largest exporter of coffee in Central America. Questions and Answers Q—Do any states forbid the tablishment of self-service line stations? A—About 200,. self-service . line stations for motorls'ts are in operation in 'the United States; they are fprbidden by law or legal ruling in at least'3.4 states. Q — What rank was given (o Ulysses S. Grant when, he took command of the Union Army? ,' A—Selected from a horde of mat jor generals, Grant became th4 third American lieutenant. general in history. It-took-a spiilital act of Congress to,.revive- the.'Tajik.:,,, i. Q—Between what cltlei did th* first telegraph line extend? l A—From Washington;-, to Baltimore, later extended to.'New_ York by priyateifunds. Congress in. 18tt appropriated' money to' build th« first telegraph line in.the'world, i Q—Is the. whale the largest fish? A—A whale is not a fish but a mammal. The largest true fishej are the sharks.- One epecles, the so called "whale" -shark, reaches a length of 60 feet, while the basking shark'may measure some SO feet. /s.ijX -• ; Q—How many notes docs It take to make a,tune?..';.."A—Any combinaton of two notes is enough for.'a whistle or a bird call—and it- may, as: in the first movement ;bf Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, l>e. the. basis of an. entire melody.' We Have Your T. W SET The Music Shop — everything miMlMl — ' M CHTJBCH St. PHONX OH Are you thinking of buying a home? If yoxi are like most of us, you will probably finance the home you buy.. Whether you make this important purchase soon or later ott, it will j>ay you to give (iareful thought to the. financing early in your planning. Remember, the mortgage you select will,covers' period of years'and the financingjcqst will add up tb a lot t>f3 money. You'll^aiatvtOjbe sure that your mortgage is the most economical for you, ,^ So be sure t&'get'all the facts before you obligate yourself any way. There is no better place for you'to get this important data than at our bank. Just come in any time and talk it over. BANK

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