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   New Castle News (Newspaper) - January 18, 1966, New Castle, Pennsylvania                                --------SIXTEEN- JOE PALOOKA NEW CASTLE, PA., NEWS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1966- FOR BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS BLOND1E BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS WHAT GOOD WILL IT DO YA TO FIND ROD? TH' GUV'S fl FEK6ET HIM.' HE'S STILL TflNDYS BROTHER.' SO HE'S VOUK GIRL FRIENDS BUT HE'S HOW'KE Yfl GONNA FIND HIM HEV.'YA GOT SOME- THIN'THERE.' IF HE THINKS >W WENT HOME. HE'LL BE BACK flTTH' (WELL.... HE'S A HOUSE PLAYER, ISN'T HE? DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 2. River In 20. Feel 1. Faint Krancc sorrow Tents 3. Flat- 21. Verb 9. Trick topped form 1C. State hill 23. Brcak-12. One-spot 4. Secreted fast cards o. A pint food 13. Constella- 6.WWI i 24. Enroll tion's main battle again star 25. Sick 14. Mulberry 7. Letter 26. French 15. addendum: author distance abbr. 27. Over-; race 8. RedWlngs head 17. Ituslo and Mapla 29. Estab-note i for Hah 18. Jnfatua- example again. Uon 9. Hindu 31. Bibllca 19. Umpire incarnation name: 21. Succor 11. Foreigners 32. Fish 22. Vase 16. Journey 11 A i TM_ ElR S3. Girl's name 3i. Grand or upright 35. Questions 38. Facial feature 43. Rough 26. Surmise 28. 29. Tear 30. Passed (a 33. Resort 36. Half an em 37. French writer 39. Close to 40. Constellation. 41. Mid-East land 42. Gains knowledge 4 4. 'Kettles 45. Lift 46. Japanese measure DOWN 1, Admission l-ift DIES IN CLASS UNIVERSITY PAHK, Pa. (UPI) Philip J. Kaiser, 25, was pronounced dead of a heart attack Monday after being stricken during a class at the Pennsylvania State University. An Altoona resident, Kaiser en- rolled last month as a gradu- ate student in meteorology at Penn State after serving in the Army. He was graduated from Millersville State College. LUCAS DIES PITTSBURGH (UPI) Fu- neral services will be held Wednesday for Anthony Lucas, 86, who retired Jan. 1 as a member of the City Civil Serv- ice Commission after 23 years service. A graduate of the Uni- versity of Michigan Law School, Lucas died Sunday at Allegheny General Hospital. As traffic magistrate, he once fined his wife for a parking violation and then paid the fine himself. FOR COUPLES WHO CARE THE MOST the flashing brilliance o Your diamond poised on pillars of t gold. Elegance beyond compare ENGAGEMENT RING anil WEDDING BAND Charge li! To Penncy's frown lown 218 E. Washington G52-5561 GUARANTEED This Funny "Take one of these pills after each meal, but not more than eight a CONTRACT BRIDGE By B. JAY BECKER Top nccord-ilolrter In Blasters' Individual Championship Play BIRTH KATE DECUNES PHILADELPHIA (UPH The city's birth rate declined 8 per cent last year (o the lowest level in a decade. City health Commissioner Norman Ingra- ham said Monday there was no apparent explanation for the decline but he noted that it followed the national trend. .There were an estimated births in 1965, compared to 255 in 1964 for a rate of 1B.8 for every residents. USEFUL GIFT HOUSTON (UP1> -Lou Rym- kus at least has the weapon for his hunt for a new job. The former head coach of the Houston Oilers professional football team was fired again earlier this month as an Oiler assistant' coach. His friends gave the unemployed coach a testimonial dinner Sunday. Their gift to Rymkus was a shotgun. South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH 4 K95 4 K Q 10 8 4 109 WEST EAST VJ963 A 3 4952 K8732 SOUTH 4AQJ VK105 4.178 J 8 5 Opening lead three of clubs. Carelessness costs many a contract, and this is true 'in both offensive and defensive play. No one stands over you with a whip to try to slop you from making a mistake, and you have to look out for your- self at all times to avoid mak- ing a fatal error. Frequently these errors sneak up on you unawares. You sit there quietly minding your own business, paying no attention to a trap which nature may have concocted, when all of a sudden you realize you've been caught off guard. Usually it's too late to recover, and at the end of the hand you have to shame- facedly pay for a. thoughtless mistake. Here's a typical case. Let's say you're West and lead a club. Your partner wins with the ace, continues with the queen, and then, being out of clubs, shifts to a spade. South wins, forces out your ace of diamonds, and, when you then cash (he king of clubs, school is out. All told, South makes nine tricks, losing a dia- mond and Ihree clubs. If you allow yourself to be bothered by such things, you later realize that you were the one who handed South the con- KRESGE'S Lawrence Village Plaza MAPLE DINETTE with a leaf lable and 6 chairs 149 "Charge It" 44 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR WIRING SUPPLIES FIXTURES BRUCE Service Calls For All Makes of Television City UnilU PHONE 652-5567 Burry Gauco Cookies Pkg. Wise Potato Chips Large Pkg. "KEY TO SAFETY" Rent A Safe Deposit Box Today! See us now Tor a sttfe place (or your valuahle Mnd uUier prouerl.v Luw rental and protection, Lawrence Savings and Trust Co. New Cntle, Liwrenca Ellwcxid. Voltnl, Wampum I PONT HAVE AW USE BEADS! I 60ESS A 600D BUSINESSMAN ANTAFWRDTO BE DAVID CRANE BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS SEVERAL tW5 I lMAlLRtGHr.MOTHER_I NEVER FELT BETTER IN LIFE.ANDI HAPAWOMPERFULTIME. 1M AFRAID ITS JUST NERVOUS MU5TNY GO OJLJT AGAIN WITHOUT ME WHAT HE TOLD ME WANTS TO 6EE AUGUSTA LEROY AQAIM WAVNE, HOW ARE YOU AMP HOWS JOS BEETLE BAILEY BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS SOLLY, SAESE.' YOU WRITE TOO 6) MA MY NOTICES.' tract. You would have beaten the contract had you played differently at trick two. You could have overtaken the queen of clubs with the king, returned the eight, and eventally cashed four club tricks and a diamond. There is no good reason, ex- cept perhaps carelessness, for failing to overtake the queen. True, your partner might have had the A-Q-x of clubs, in which case overtaking would cost you a trick, -but it could not cost you .the contract. For practical purposes, you can be certain that the hand is defeated if you overtake the queen, and will probably be made if you duck the queen, and that is certainly a good reason for overtaking. But, of course, you have to have your mind on the game at trick two and be careful not to play me- chanically. 30-degree temperatures in Florida By United Press International A chilling cold wave gripped the central and southwestern states today, with 30-degree temperatures as far South as the Florida Everglades. Rain and snow fell over much of Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, with rain falling along the southwestern border as far west as California. Snow fell from Minnesota to Maine and down into the Appalachians, with as much as an Inch of new snow in west central Michigan. Fog and clouds blanketed the Pacific Northwest, where heavy fog Monday traffic. TViENJ YOU MOST MAV6 FORGOTTEN TO CLEAM OFF THE BULLETIN BOARP THIS AAONJTI-I ARCHIE BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS I DON'T HE JUST SMD IT'S A RED-HOT PRODUCT WITH A QUICK TURNOVER AND HE. STANDS TO MAKE WHAT'S HE SELLING... GRAPEFRUfr ARCHIE HAS THIS TERRIFIC JOB...WHERE HE'S IN THE PUBLIC EYE DICK TRACY BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS SHRUNKEN HEAD? VE GADS, ITS A I WELL TINY WOOD JACKSON TWINS BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS MOSTOFTHE GIRLS WANT CEE.IFONLYTWD-THIKRS HWOUT OFTHEK1C5SWE FIFTY 1 BUT NOT ALL HAVE HSBAJL J THE BOYS NOT ME SAW HIS I THINK BECOCJD IN HE'S A PBAFT POPS EC? OTHER TOWNS HAVE KOCKfKOCKS PICkrEPHPMNPFOR JSHOULP BE LOCKUP SLEEPIN'INCAKS AN' STUFF NANCY BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS I I I'VE NEVER ONE OF THESE fxr_ THINGS ROLLER DERBY TODAY CHILDREN ADMITTED FREE I DON'T THINK MUCH OF THIS SPORT THE FLINTSTONES BEST RESULTS USE CLASSIFIED ADS   

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