The phone rang in the obituary department of the local newspaper.

"How much does it cost to have an obituary printed"? asked a woman.

"It's five dollars a word, ma'am," the clerk replied politely.

"Fine," said the woman after a moment. "Got a pencil?"

"Yes ma'am."

"Got some paper?"

"Yes ma'am."

"Okay, write this down: 'Cohen dead'."

"That's all?" asked the clerk disbelievingly.

"That's it."

"I'm sorry ma'am, I should have told you - there's a five word minimum."

"Yes, you should've," snapped the woman. Now let me think a minute... okay, got a pencil?"

"Yes ma'am."

"Got some paper?"

"Yes, ma'am."

"Okay, here goes: 'Cohen dead. Cadillac for Sale.'"