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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1966, New Castle, Pennsylvania                                -NEW CASTLE, PA., NEWS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1966 Yugoslav toys with capitalism to compete with West liy United Press IntcrnndonnI As economic realities liavo forced the Bast European communist nations into reforms with more than a tinge ot capitalism, the most far reaching have been undertaken by Yugoslavia, traditional maverick of communism. The many-pronged objectives of the Yugoslav program are to make Yugoslav products com- petitive on a free world market, to establish the dinar on an equal fooling with western currencies, including the dollar, to reduce subsidies to state enterprises at home and to place the economy on the basis of supply and demand. In the western world, these are recognized procedures and the stops being undertaken by Yugoslavia parallel almost exactly those followed by France when President Charles de Gaulle overhauled its economy in December, 1958. But in communist lands it is rank revisionism. Devalued Franc In Franco, De Gaulle first devalued the franc, reduced subsidies to state-owned indus- tries, including the railroads, and then reduced the astronom- ic figures appearing on French paper currency by moving the decimal over, a couple of points. Thus, a note became a 10 franc note with the same value as its predecessor. The same has happened to the dinar in Yugoslavia. Giving strong support to Yugoslavia's attempt to libera- lize Us economy has been the United States. In December it was disclosed the United Slates had granted the country credits and debt postponements amounting to million. In November Ihe United Stales had granted a long-term million credit for Yugoslav wheat purchases. Results of the reforms, which began last July, already have been Impressive. Prices of many products have been allowed to find their own level on the free market. Despite early confusion, some factories are' increasing their output. The trade deficit of about million has been cut in half. Exports are showing a healthy gain and imports have been reduced. Includes Hardship But while the stale has the change has not been wilhout hardship for the Yugoslav people. In the controlled economy of orthodox communism, rents' for the worker have been nil.but free. But as rent subsidies Were reduced, the cost of housin'g more than doubled, as did the cost of electricity. Transportation costs jumped 45 per cent. As factories pulled in their belts under orders to get along wilhout government support, thousands of workers were laid off and many still are unemployed. Some have emi- grated to other lands to find work. Unskilled workers who had abandoned the counlryside to jam: the cities were being forced to return. Housewives began buying black bread instead ot white. Rising coffee and beer prices half-emptied Ihe taverns and coffee houses. But despite dislocations and some hardship, the reform has moved forward with amazing smoolhness. HURT IN GYM CLASS Lyla French, 17, of 416-Edge- wood Ave. suffered a fracture of the right wrist while playing basketball in gym class at New Castle Senior Fri- day. She was treated Saturday at Jameson Memorial Hospital and released. Facsimile HEAVE HO Dwarfed by Ihe towering bow of the liner Quetn Mary, a group of workmen hauls on tlic giant chains of the ship's anchor as she sits in dry dock In Southampton, England. The ocean giant is now under- going her annual winter overhaul. The sister ship, the Queen Elizabeth, is currently undergoing overhaul in Scotland. Atop Courthouse Hill County officials favor Saturday closing of courthouse COMMISSIONERS' Chairman George F. Bolinger said letters from county row officers unani- mously endorsed the closing of the courthouse on Saturdays. Action to close the facility, which goes into this week, was taken last Friday. The officials said no extra help would have to be hired and no public inconvenience would be created by the closing. Bo- linger sought their opinions be- fore asking for the closing. All offices will be shut except the county.jail, surplus food depot and county home. Janitors will continue to work Saturdays. NEW REGISTER and Re- corder Phillip J. Wimer will re- ceive a new time stamp ma- chine for his office. The de- vice will be used to show when papers are presented for re- cording. COMMISSIONERS have adopted the state Civil Service policies and practices lor the reorganized Child Welfare De- partment. The policies include Civil Service minimum wages, five per cent raises each year when merited, a work week, arid three weeks' paid va- cation. BIDS WILL be opened Thurs- day for four new fluorescent light fixtures for the sheriff's of- fice. MARRIAGE LICENSE APPLICATIONS Ronald Richard Dirnberg of Clyde, Ohio; Carolyn Sue Yates of Clyde. Dale Edward Hottel o f SharpsvUle; Janet Sue Fos- naught of Wampum. Frank L, Williamson of 221 E. Falls St.; Madeline Kahlan of 1401 E. Washington St. Jack F. Emch of Strulhers, Ohio; Sallie MacGuffin Thomp- son of Youngstown. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Ray J. Micaletti and wife to Harry Micalettt and wife, Eighth Ward. Dora Winick Slovonsky and others to Philip Winick, Shen- ango Townslu'p. Clyde J. McCracken and others to Toivo R. Tervo and wife, Scott Township. Albert Moraldi and wife to Mary Vitlo and others, Shen- ango Township. Mary Thomas Palton and others to Charles E. McCowin and wife, Union Township. Helen Stuart and others to Ed- ward Kosinski and wife, Little Beaver Township. Lewis Robert Schultz and wife to Mortgage Acceptance Corp., Little Beaver Township. Leola Bradshaw Estate to Terry Thomas Bell and wile, Pifth Ward. James R. Frew and others to TUiss Motor Sales Inc., Neshan- nock Township. Ann E. Arent and others to William C. Bennett and wife, North Beaver Township. William F. Berger Estate to The News Co., First Ward. John Unlch Estate to Robert P. Hcnnon and wife, Second Ward. Elizabeth Untch to Robert P. Hennon and wife, Second Ward. Arthur M. Cunningham and wife to Owen D. Fitch and wife, Mahooing Township, Dale D. Kegarise and wife to Dorothy S. Kegarise, U n i on Township. Francis W. Butler and wife to Armanio J. DiClaudio and wife, Pulaski Township. Albert T. Hull and wife lo Da- vid John Isenberg and wife, Pul- aski Township. 4-H club elects Connie Sonntag was elected president of the Snickeroos and Unstitchables Club at a re- cent meeting at the home of Mrs. George Smith of Volant RD 2. Other officers are Sally Cump- ston, vice president; Dottie Show, secretary; Shirley Smith and Connie Duncan, song lead- ers; Pearl Sharek and Barbie Bingham, game leaders; and Janice Sharek, reporter. HUGHES APOLOGY TRENTON, N.J. (UPI) New Jersey Gov. Richard J. Hughes has publicly apologized for a suggestion by the Ocean County Democratic Committee that Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy run for the U.S. Senate. Hughes, a Democrat, told a news conference Monday the move by the committee to persuade the widow of Pres- ident John F. Kennedy to enter politics was "deplorable a discourteous bandying of the name of this wonderful and distinguished lady." TV PREVENT SUICIDE MINEpLA, N.Y. (UPI) closed circuit television system thai keeps an eye on the cell block in Nassau County police headquarters was credited Monday with slopping a suicide by a jail inmate. The inmate, Louis Ford, 40, of New York, was spotted on a monitor hanging from a sports shirt tied around an overhead bar. Policemen rushed to the cell, cut Ford down and revived him with artificial respiration. SARGO IN JAPAN TOKYO (UPI) U.S. nuclear submarine S a r g o docked at Sesebo today for a seven-day visit. It was the second visit to Sasebo for the Sargo and the eighth visit to Japan by an American nuclear submarine since late in 1964. LIFE SUPPLY FORT WORTH (UPI) thief who broke into the Cogdell Auto Supply Co. may never need to buy another sparkplug. The store said spark- plugs worth were missing. ALL EYEGLASSES AT LOW DISCOUNT PRICES! KITT OPTICAL CO. ROOM 401 Lawrence Savings Trust BlcJt. Phone 652-5880 Sylvania Light Bulbs 60-, 75- or 100-Watt Pkg. of 2 24 Bath Size Lifebuoy Soap LUX Toilet Soap Regular Size 3 BARS For 19 PRAISE Toilet Soap Bath Size 229 Cub Stapler List Tacks, mends, g_ staples, papers, f C for school, home and office. 71 LePage's Cello-Tape Dispenser 2-CclI Chrome Plalcd Keg. 77c Flashlight Less Batteries 44c Stambaugh-Thompson's The Friendly Neighborhood Stores Where You Get the BEST for LESS...And You Con Charge It LAWRENCE VILLAGE PLAZA Prices guaranteed Tuesday thru Saturday. 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Dries in 30 minutes free from brush or lap marks one coat will cover most surfaces perfectly. Makes a velvety gloss- less finish for all rooms except kitchen and bathroom. Brush or roller wash in plain water no thinners required. NOW HALF the Price the Original Color-Pak NO DOWN PAYMENT! S5 MONTH! 49 99 Has the same fast loading and the same electric eye exposure as models selling for twice this low price. Delivers full finished color pictures in 60 seconds black and while prints in 10 seconds. Anscochrome 8mm Color Movie Film Daylight or Tungsten Processing Included 99 1 Movie Reels and Cans Cans have smooth edges CQc 200-fl. Uv set 400-ft. set Remington Dual-Action Rower-Cycle SO99 9 Row and ride exer- cise action tones ever3' muscle to keep the whole family feeling fit. Takes off extra pounds, de- velops strength and staying power. A few minutes work- out each day is all it takes. 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