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   Nashua Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 3, 1969, Nashua, New Hampshire                               NASHUA TELEGRAPH. NASHUA. N.H. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1969 DEAR ABBY Buffalo Man Meets New York Crackpot NEW YORK (AP) a Taylor, University of Mlnn.soti columnist might'never know If researcher. Worth remembering: DEAR ABBY: I an ordi- nary man, single and.47. I was recently in New York on a bus travel tour and was having lunch alone in one of those auto- mat restaurants when a woman of about 30 came and sat at my table and struck up a con- versation. She started off by saying she knew I was a Catho- lic priest as she had seen me in a pulpit someplace and she never forgets a face. She kept calling me "Father." 'TFtried to tell her that I was not a priest, but she persisted. I told her three times to please quit calling me and I even showed her my Identifi- cation, but it didn't help. It got io be >o exasperating I finally hurried up my lunch and left. Abby, are there lots of crack- pots like this in New York? And what is a person supposed to do -in a situation like that? FROM BUFFALO DEAR FROM: New York has more crackpots (I call them than other cttlei because there are more people there. And. the only way to handle them Is to do as you did. Beat a hasty retreat. DEAR ABBY: I'll get right to the point. I am 2S and am practically engaged to a won- derful guy. We've gone together for nearly a year and I have ituck to my "hands off" policy, was not easy. My question: How much should I tell my. fiance about my past? To be honest with yoil, I am not lily-white. (There have been several men.) Should I .tell him how they were? many, and who I hate to lie, but I don't want this thrown back In my face later on. Please help me.- ITHACA DEAR ITHACA: It's not ne, to provide your fiance with the names and numbers of the previous players. I am not suggesting that you He. his wife got a Charley tell Mm (If he asks) that in her tongue from drink- "past" Is a closed chapter, all day with. the girl next he will have to accept you you or not at It some time, you will get the urge to kill. Thank DEAR ABBY: Please -saylfTOiouS IN PRESCOTT, something to people who all day to do their shopping, wait to do it when we working! CONFIDENTIAL TO folks have to do ours. jING OUT" IN Have you ever tried to No intelligent, worth- your marketing right after man will abandon- the :o find yourself standing of a mature, Interest- a line homemakers.j still woman simply because.. their curlers, looking for doll" comes on the ihing to cook fast before There are too many old man comes home? Or dolls sitting at home tired, dirty man, just off fifty-ish women continue job, getting grub for dinner pick off the best bachelors. Petroleum Plagues But Source Is By RALPH of said it was known PONCA CITY, Okla. (AP) -It started when oil began clogging thfi se.wage disposal plant. Then one of the city's water wells began flowing oil, too. When city officials tried some "hydrocarbon" was in the soil of this oil-rich area for the past 30 years. He said it has been flowing in the sewer lines for about eight years. "It is only the past six or seven months that it has been this times to sink another he said. "There is spec- well, all they could hit was that the water table has sometimes only 18 inches and caused it." the surface. where the oil comes from But it is not a happy been determined. But one A state agency identified has taken the issue to black stuff as refined claiming the oil somehow um, not natural crude free from nearby refiner- Plagues And it is plaguing the Is Mrs. Gladys Cobb, ant residents of the 12-block says she deserves which has been damages to her home. Her They complain there names the Sequoia Refining strong odors in their and Continental Oil Co. Flames on their stoves of which have nearby refi red. Eyes sting. Some have and the Cities Service Co., which recently sold its The problem isn't new, here to Sequoia. the severity of it suit is pending. Leon- Nelson, manager of city has started selling -Viu nil Boy le ___ _____ __ ________ ___ _____ _ r-- __ Jm_-_ I. 1 i Sargent Weighs Pay Raise for Bay State Solons By DAVID NYHAN BOSTON (AP) GOY. Fran- Is W. Sargent will receive the .n The chores of housekeeping me what are the prevailing sen-. bill granting legislators a are harder on city wives suburban wives. A survey epng me w thanjtiments that occupy the minds salary this week. The In- found of our young men and I will tell djcttjons ,re he will reluctantly suuran wves. s city wives spent hours a week you what is to be the character 8e 'lea. DUl nUw auuui iiiuuu hours' suburban wives iv was C. G. Jung who ob- 'Pprova Is those hours suuran wves was ung wo o- spend driving hubby to and served, "The greatest and most there, and after routine enact from the railroad; station and important problems of life th Lejljlaton voUd ,or ,t of both pirtlei Most special interest groups agree higher legislative salaries are desirable. The -Democratic maority In chauffering_th..kids to school fundamcnta lly the gram passed con. both Houses could override any veto Sargent imposes. A veto of the plan would an- tagonize the legislature, which Sargent needs to court if he wants his J143 million tax pro- are mobilizing to pressure for a' lalors. But if Sargent does this, he runs afoul of legislators who and .parties? Brighter children have more oniy outgrown. fun in life. Children in the pre-i_______ teens with a high intelligence quotient, tests at Purdue Uni- versity tend to be an lundamcniaiiy ----_- They can never be solved, but gent's_ desk Tuesday mght or more cheerful, enthusiastic, venturesome and secure. Those with duller minds were less emotionally stable, more, senti- mental and more self-doubting. Who is to blame for the popu- lation explosion? In thii country it appears to be the" middle class, not the poor. Experts, at the Center for Population Re- search say the United States now has more children per cou- ple than any other'modern in- dustrial nation. -Why? Because our middle-class parents feel an ideal family has three rather than two children. Australia's frontier Outback is so dry that one steer may need a square mile of grazing area to survive. A four-year-old boy wept in fright, reports the Na- tional Geographic, when rain WORLD ALMANAC FACTS Wednesday. The new Republican.governor will have to balance these fac- tors on the salary hike: Pro: On May inventor Sam- uel F. B. Morse tested the first commercial telegraph service over a 40-mile line from Washing- ton, D.C., to Baltimore, The Some segements of the public are advertising a "tax revolt" and suggest the place to begin a halt to spiralling costs is in the 280-member legislature. The 25 per cent raise for law- just before the state-legislatures. At present, t planned to 14 per cent In- half dozen earn as much or create ?or state employes, than Massachusetts legis- are mobilizing to prcr 10 per cent increase. want the nike and ponderous legislative action on accepting the commission's re- commendations might set Sar- gent's legislative program back weeks or months. Despite the cries of "foul" from some quarters, the legisla- ture has shown that it can act swiftly on a controversial issue When it wants to. It now re- mains to be seen if that deter- mination extends to the rest of the docket of some Congressional Pay Raise Seen Despite Opposition -By ROBERT WASHINGTON (AP) The Senate plans Tuesday to take up a resolution to block a congres- sional pay it is given little chance of success. Supporters of the pay boost Sen. John J. Williams, R-Del, after extended discussions -with Senate leaders Friday won an agreement to make his resolu- tion rejecting the pay raises the pending business when the Sen- ate meets Tuesday. legislature refused to tighten up on its controls to sec that legislators who file for ex- penses actually attended ses- sions on the days they claim. Given Sargent's position as a "substitute" governor, with no electoral mandate of his own, and given his need for coopera- tion from Democrats in order to succeed, he probably will ap- prove the raise. He could refuse to sign it, and send it back with some am- mendments. This is much more likely than an outright veto. But some of Sargent's advis- ers are urging him to sign the bill right away and get it over with, so the legislature can-turn to other matters. If he does sign it quickly, an aide said Friday, "He'll probably make some half-hearted ..There.is one other possibility which at least one adviser is urging on Sargent. This plan would have Sargent veto the lill, then name a special "blue ribbon" commission to investi- gate the salary levels of other are preparing a challenge theyj The raises were proposed In "The lad, born World Almanac says With Henry JACOBY ON BRIDGE Experts Vary N. T. Bidding By Oswald Jamei Jaeoby NOME VQS4 T___ VAM632 4QIS It SOOTH (B) eVAQT Wot PMT 3N.T. FMK Opening Tett- 2N.T. 'Fan cisei great care and plays pretty well he won't make three no- rump. He has the 21 points mini- mum opposite t rather unappe- tizing five." Jim: "Lefj see how South Oswald: "One of the chief dif- ferences between expert or near- expert bridge and simple stand- ard American Is the opening two 'no-trump. Experts use It to show a no-trump hand with 21 or 22 points. With g 23- or 24- point no- trump hand the expert opens with a forcing two dubs and makes a minimum rebid in no-trump. In Standard American the opening two no-trump shows 21 to 22 or maybe 23 to 24 points." Jim: "This to split the two no-trump opening makes it possible to use great accuracy In responding. Of course it wouldn't make any difference to the player with today's North hand. With five points he will raise any two no-trump to three and hope for the best." Oswald: "Unless South exer should play the hand. He should win the heart lead with his king on general: principles and should start after, dubs by playing1 the ace and then the 10 to dummy's lueen." Oswald: "This would give him an extra entry to dummy if clubs ireak 3-2, but they don't. He can count eight sure tricks. One spade, one diamond, two hearts and four clubs. He can try a sim- ile spade finesse for his ninth jut it.wjll be better, technique to 50 after diamonds and to take wo finesses there." Jim: Right. A low diamond to South's 10. will lose to West's queen. West will probably clear the hearts arid South will be back in dummy with the queen. He will now lead the jack of diamonds from dummy and let it ride." Oswald: "When it holds he will take the proven, finesse for. the jack of clubs and have his nin tricks." But there's little profit in it. Nelson says the costs of equip- ment and supervisors keeps the city just about breaking even. The citizens, who can strike oil by simply digging in the back yard, don't .try to sell theirs. It's not worth it, .they say. Meanwhile, the city .-has In- stalled a special device to keep the oil separated from the sew- erage system and out of the drinking water. South, dealer and hold: VKJ7 What do you bid? two BO-trnmp. Even tfwagh you normiHr require 22 point! for this bid, you hive 21 point! pha two 10 spote. See today's column. TODATS QUE5TIOK You open two. no-trump, itnd your partner responds with a Stayman three clubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow PRESS OPERATORS GENERAL WORKERS (1st, 2nd 3rd Shifts) experience not necessary we will train Good starting Excellent benefit program INQUIRE NOW: Applicants .will be interviewed Daily from A.M. to P.M. Or evenings by appointment only BEEBE RUBBER COMPANY 20 Manhal St. Nashua, N.H. 883-5576 An Equal Opportunity Employer during a long drought, had nev er seen water fall from the sky. Quotable notables: "Life is ake a B-picture script. It is that i corny. If I had my life story Of- fered to me to film, I'd turn it Kirk Douglas. The chief crime among our disorderly elderly a alcoholism. A review of 939 arrests of persons over 60 In Sail Francisco re- vealed that more than 80 per cent Jailed for drunken- ness, 15 per cent for petty theft and other minor crimes. Only J per cent involved, .crimes against other, persons; less than 1 per cent were for sex offenses or for narcotics violations. Health warning: If your arter- ies are hardening, beware of shoveling snow and then going ndoors and-takmg a hot show- er. The combination of undue exertion followed by a heated shower can precipitate a lethal leart attack, says Dr. Henry L. River Short Gut Brings Icy Bath WICHITA, Kan. (AP) Ron. aid D. Roberts took a short cut across the Arkansas' River to save walking half a block, and it cost him a frantic 20 minutes in the icy water. '.'I thought, the river was fro: zen Roberts said. "I had walked almost three fourths of the. way across." The 21-year-old employe of a downtown clothing store was about 50 feet from the north shore when the ice gave way. 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