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December 29, 1964

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12* BURLINGTON (NX.) DAILY TIMES-NIWS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1964 W f A f N f t f O T O C A S t WEATHER FORECAST -- North Carolina will be partly cloudy and some warmer tonight. There will be rain over the Lakes area, changing to snow behind a cold front passing over the Lakes. There will be snow in the Rockies and rain in the Pacific Northwest. (UPI Telephoto). Weather Roundup . . . LOCAL WEATHER High temperature yesterday, 55; low last night, 32; at 11 a.rn. today, 39. NORTH CAROLINA: Some occasional cloudiness but generally fair tonight and Wednesday. A little warmer most of state tonight and Wednesday. Lows tonight 35 to 40 inland and lower to middle 40s near coast. Charlotte fog .--57 Columbia fog --- 57 Columbia fog 63 Greensboro fog .-53 Gr-vifle, S.C. cloudy 58 Myrtle Beach cloudy 57 Raleigh fog 49 29 Savannah cloudy -59 42 Wilmington fog ---62 CAROLINA WEATHER By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS STATION H L Asheville clear .. 55 25 Augusta cloudy ... 65 42 Charleston cloudy 60 49 36 36 39 31 34 42 42 38 SUICIDE STUDY Studies made in the United States and Europe at widely different periods of time all Pr show that virtually no children under the age of 15 commit suicide, according to the Ency- clopaedia Britannica. || Bridge By Jacoby BY OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The greatest shock of the 1964 bridge year must have been that felt by Lou Mathe of Los Angeles in the Life Master Pairs at the Toronto Nationals. Lou picked up sewn diamonds and six hearts and overcalled East's opening club bid with one diamond. The next three players passed and Lou had to play that contract He made it with five overtncks and strange- NORTH A K 7 5 4 29 · K 6 * J 8 7 6 3 WEST EAST (D) 4 J 10 862 * A Q 9 3 V Q 8 6 5 ¥ 1 0 · 4 · 10 5 3 + Q 8 2 + A K 1 0 5 4 SOUTH 4 None V A K 9 7 4 3 A Q J 9 8 7 2 East Both vulnerable South West North 1* 1N.T. Dble. 3N.T. Dble. Pass Pass Pas." 14 3* 4* 6 ·/ 2 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -- 42. Q--The bidding has been: West North East Sooth 14 Dble. Pass 14 24 Pass Pass ^ You, South, hold: 4 7 5 4 3 *AS4 ·QJU What do you do now? A--Bid tw» dhmnmih. Too plumed thta when you bid one cpsde the flnt tinw. TODAY'S QUESTION West passes. Your partner bids two hearts and East passes. What do you do now? Answer TcBMtroW contract. In fact, several players went down at six diamonds and one at six hearts Incidentally, the one daimond overcall meets with my full approval. The chance that everyone will pass in that type of competition is almost nil and if anyone is to blame, it is Lou's partner who could well have afforded to bid one no-trump. H. L. Pr.| 25 17 Memphis 5733 £337 Miami 26 14 01 Mpl St P. 30 28 T 37 22 .ION Orleans 64 SI New Ok la Albany Albu'que Atlanta Bismarck Boise Boston Buffalo Chicago Cincinnati! Cleveland Denver D Molnes Detroit Fairbanks i-t. worm Helena Honolulu Irdianap'lls Jack'ville Juneau Kan City ,, _ ,-- r L Angeles 58 41 .01 ; Wash Louisville 41 32 [Winnipeg AA--Missing, T--Trace Milwaukee 33 30 01 38 25 24 19 33 31 3934 3027 4922 3631 30 25 -30-37 45 54 29 9 81 72 3433 71 45 _... . 1 4 .04 Seattle 50 47 |Tampa H L. Pr 55 43 76 70 York 3« 2« City 59 47 Omaha 35 30 .01 Phila 43 30 Phoenix 62 45 .1 Pittsburgh 31 24 Portl'd M. 32 23 M Portl'd O. 38 32 Rpd City 34 21 Richmond 51 34 St Louis 44 29 Salt L C 35 13 .16 San Diego «1 44 06 San Fran., 52 44 .16 38 31 68 60 49 33 21 M .04 04 My called South James, also over- with the far luck- son, one diamond hand, but was ler than Mathe. Everyone got into and ly enough did not get a bottom score. It seems quite a few pairs wound up at seven diamonds and because hearts break badly there is no way to make that that bidding at his table Jim reached six hearts after the bidding shown in the box. He ruffed the club opening and decided to play as safely as possible in trumps. Therefore, he led a low trump toward dummy at trick two anc held his trump losses to one trick. Churchmen Plan Coffee House Talks PASADENA, Calif. (AP) New Year's Eve, traditionally a time for blowing off steam, could be a little different this year in Pasadena, where churchmen hope the steam will be constructive, interesting and sober prior to Rose Bowl festivities. Their idea* Get the kids off the street--and let 'em talk Young people seeking action on New Year's Eve can find it at five all-night coffee houses opened by the Pasadena area churches. Their mam product will be talk. The topic' Anything Called the "Let's Talk Coffee House Project," its goal is to draw young people in for coffee, oik singing and bull sessions -- )ut no sermons. The five locations are on Colorado Boulevard, where young eople -- and families as well -- jegin reserving curb space ear- y New Year's Eve for the Tournament of Roses parade on New Year's Day. The curb sitters, especially the older teen-agers, usually take their fun as they find it -and it sometimes leads to trouble. Staffing each of the coffee bouses will be at least one minister and one or more seminary students from nearby Claremont or Pasadena. The men behind the idea are the Rev George B. Enckson, minister of education at a South Pasadena church, and R. Donald Weber, assistant to the president of Fuller Theological Seminary hi Pasadena. Major Long made the first successful ascent of Pike's Peak in 1820. Everyday Counselor Look For Your Omissions DR. HERBERT SPAUGH Now is the time when, having finished looking over your Christmas cards, you note names of those whom you missed and hasten to send a New Year's card. New Year, coming hard after Christmas, gives us an opportunity to look back over the year for other omissions. I'm thinking particularly of friends and loved onces to whom we should have extended appreciation, kindness, and love. The place to start this is in the home circle. I am not t a l k i n g about the material g i f t s which were given and ex' changed at Christmas time, i'm speaking of demonstrating a n d expressing I love and appreciation. I For example, e v e r y 'wife wants to be told by her DR. SPAUGH husband at least once a day that he loves her. You husbands will say, "She should know that because that's why I married her." it would also be good for wives to give their husbands a daily "build up," While this has been neglected, and it has in most families, now is the time to do something about it. Husbands and wives should know that love is not something solid and constant like a stone, but more like a fire which, unless it is fanned and fueled, has a way of going out. How about looking back over the year and listing some of those who have done you special favors and courtesies. That list may include your employer or s o m e of your employees. Now's the time 10 pass out some of the flowers. This brings to mind some favorite lines by Burton Braley, entitled, "Do it Now." "If with pleasure you are viewing, any work a man is doing; If you like him or you love him, tell him now! Don't withhold your approbation, 'til the p a r s o n makes oration, and he lies with snowy- lilies o'er his brow. For no matter how you shout it, be really won't care about it; He won't know how many teardrops you have shed. If you think some praise is due him, row's the time to slip it to him; For he can not read his tombstone when he's dead. More than fame and more than money, is the comment fine and s u n n y , and the hearty warm approval of a friend. For it gives life a savor, and it makes you strong and braver, and it gives you heart and spirit to the end. H he earns your praise, bestow it; if you like him, let him know it, let the words of true encouragement be said. Do not wait till life is over, and he's underneath the clover, for be cannot read his tombstone when he's dead." 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