Time Clock, Dec. 8, 1958

MORTGAGE MONEY is expected to become more plentiful early next year, although interest rates, which have risen ¼% to ½% since September, are not likely to go down. Supply of lendable funds is up because U.S. savings are on the rise.

CREDIT CARD REVOLT is growing among restaurateurs, who protest clubs' 7% fees. Seattle eating places are adding 5% to bills charged on credit cards. Idea has been adopted by Wisconsin's restaurant association; similar moves are afoot in San Francisco, Manhattan, Baltimore.

MARTIN CO. IS FLYING into rough weather, will lay off 6,000 of 20,000...

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