Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 15, 1976 · Page 25
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 25

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, March 15, 1976
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To participate in bicentennial play The Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints will present a biecenlennial musical drama w i t h a Revolutionary War setting entitled "Melt Down Your Pewter." Pictured in !he costume of their roles for the play set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday March IS, in the cultural hall at the church, 2116 23rd Ave., are Mrs. Marilee Jeffers, seated, and Mrs. Connie Hansen. Adults are invited to the play and ice cream sorinl afterwards 'Tribune photo by HOSP Mary Koob) Hints from Heloise vive. "I am willing to help you grow, and I would like your commitment to yourself to help me grow. "Therefore, I make a commitment to myself to always find out what you are feeling inside. I will share with you my Dear Heloise: 1 turn a glass of cheese spread upside down in the refrigerator from the lime it is first opened and it seems to understanding of your pain and tried to "sop" up and let soak in s P read vet · joy. T will respond gently to that I have ever seen, then you your pain, and feel happy for write me and let me know... Mrs. James Lynch your joy. Heloise. This column is written for I will expect you to find out P.S. 1 put a copy of it in my own you... the housewife and and understand what I am feeling inside. I will expect you to respond to my pain with understanding based on your feelings and experience. "I will expect you to let me Tw lime to be a icearin'o'the green :nl "a groirin'o'the /trcnn"and a linchin'those if hat f/on'l.' GREEN CORSAGES ARRANGEMENTS and ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPECIAL 25% off on all green plants MERNA'S FLOWERS "Say It With Ours" 2131 9th St. 352-2582 By Abigail Van Buren y 1976 by CMUfo Tr*un» H. V. ttt*t Syfrf. Inc. DEAR READERS: I have signed The Living W!U, a document that simply states that if I should become terminally ill, and my physician conclude! that there is no reasonable hope for my recovery, I do not wish to be kept alive by artificial means. In other words, "when God calls me home, let me go." Copies of that document have been given to my physician, my lawyer, my rabbi and my immediate family. I have no fear that someone will try to "do me in" before ray time. I wrote to Dr. Norman Vincent Peale, asking him to state the Protestant view on a person's right to die with dignity. His response follows: DEAR ABBY, As to the official Protestant point of view on the right to die with dignity, as far as I know, there is none. The reason is that Protestantism is fragmented Into denominations, and there is a variety of opinions on this issue. The very name "protestant" indicates the absence of liformity. My judgment is that the prevailing view would be that Jod alone should determine life and death. The individual should be in the hands of God, who gave life and whose function it IB to take it. There are increasing numbers who might question this view in certain circumstances, but I should think that the great majority of Protestants would subscribe to the above. I read you constantly. You are good for what alls America. Keep it going. You're the greatest. God bless you every day all the way.--Cordially, NORMAN VINCENT PEALE Everyone has a problem. What's yours? For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L.A., Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope, please. Mon., March 15,1976 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 27 Sheinwold on Bridge Good player must help nature By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Dally Question to game. If partner bids two Nature gives every bird its P a r t n e r opens w i t h one diamonds, denying a major food but does not throw it into notrump, and the next player suit, you will bid the hearts, the nest. If the bird is a bridge passes. You hold: Spade AK102 A Pocket Guide to Brid g e ' player he must cooperate with heart Q8G42 diamond 8 club 872. written by Alfred Schemwold is Nature, as Sidney Silodor did in What do you say? available. Get your copy by today's h a n d , in a world Answer: Bid two clubs, the sending $1.00 to Sheinwold on championship some years ago. Stayman 'Convention, asking Bridge, (name of your partner to bid a major suit of newspaper), P.O. Box 111, Los four or more cards. You plan to Angeles. Calif. 90053) raise two spades or two hearts cl 1978 Los Angeles Times East dealer Neither side vulnerable NORTH + A K 1 0 2 0 8 4 8 7 2 WEST EAST + 7 4 » Q J 9 5 3 V A K J 3 ?1095 0 Q 0 7 fi 4 2 + Q J 1 0 9 5 3 + K SOUTH 486 East Pass Pass Pass O A K J 1 0 9 6 3 * A 6 4 South West North 1 0 2+ 2 O 3 0 Pass 3 4 3 NT All Pass Opening load - * Q Candy Staffers! 831 ,\ll nirrcspomtrnri' perl Hilling to Hit 1 Hrlnist 1 column should In- mailed directly Heloise. Kintf rYjiluivs Syndiciiic. 2:r» K -Kin Sired. New York. New York HKH7. Dear Sweethearts: know when you disapprove of So I measure a skirl that I I recently happened to get me and how you would like me like, from the waist to the some correspondence from a lo be different. I will let you bottom of the skirt. Then I put Dr. Mort Katz and in it he en- know in a constructive way how closed a book that he had I disapprove of you, and will let written. He wanted my opinion. Imagine? "I will see who you really are, few inches from the waist to the Hut along about page 13 I rather than push you into my bottom and pula pin in the skirt started to cry late one night fantasy of what I want you to at the right length. while I was reading it. I set the be. the dress to be shortened over the ironing board, as if to iron you know how I would like you the skirt. 1 then take the tape to be different. measure and measure every After the pins are in all book aside and went back lo it "I want you lo see me as I around the skirt, you can turn later and cried again... really am, rather than have you the hem evenly with it still on Pqgelo iisii'1 that irunic fur u i»usl) me inlu yuur fantasy of the buuid. to be published on page 13) says what you wanl me to be. Makes it easier to handle too. in so many simple words what I "I will help you lo feel good Josephine Mitchell have often wanted lo say for about yourself as much as is years but never could put in possible. I wanl you to help me Dear Heloise: direct, simple, down-to-earth feel good about myself as much w6rds what Dr. Kalz has said so as is possible, tenderly. Here is his poem, but he did give me the right to change the t i t l e , which I shall call "Understanding." For an added taste lo my powdered milk, I add a pinch of "I will accept your need for sugar and one-fourth cup of privacy and difference from canned milk when mixing one- me. I want you to accept my half gallon. Then I put it in the need for privacy and difference refrigerator to chill, from you. This gives it a little extra I am in (his life to survive. "I will stay in our relation- flavor which my family likes. 'You arc in this life to sur- ship to help you have a Mrs.Huddleslon maximum of close, tender, joyful feelings. "I wanl you to stay in this relationship lo give me a maximum of close, tender, joyful feelings..." Now if those aren't the most beautifully said sayings that all simple saps (like me) have The bidding was the same at both tables of a match between the United Slates and Argentina, and so was the opening lead. The difference came in declarer's play to the first trick. The Argentine declarer won the first trick with the ace of clubs, led a spade to the dummy and took a diamond finesse, losing to the singleton queen. West then ran the clubs. South had no way of gelling back to* his hand, and eventually took only four tricks. Down five! Silodor took his lime about winning a club trick. He let lhe opening prayer when the Easl win lhe [irsl lrick will , lhe Sisterhood Class met in the king uf dubs . church par or, with 10 mem- ,, ,, , ^ Equal l.uck bers, and one guest. Mrs. snodor was i uckVi of course . Dorolhy Ruyle, present. tha( EastCQuld m( conllnue ^ Mrs. Jane Gatcwood's clubs. The other declarer had devotional titled "Tree Full of the same luck but failed lo take Bible Lore," included a poem advantage of it. "When Will He Come?" Al Silodor's table East Mrs. Leon Miller based her returned the queen of spades to program on "Good News for dummy's king, and declarer Modern M a n , " and ac- then tried the diamond finesse, companied the group in a The finesse lost, but Silodor still hymn-sing. had the ace of clubs and two The next meeting will be at spades to fulfill (he contract. 1:30 p.m. Monday, April 12, in A simple hold-up play made a Sisterhood Class meets at church Mrs. Minnie Peterson offered Bible. ' homemaker. If you have a hint or a problem write to Heloise in Dear Heloise: care of ^the above address. I don't have anyone lo pin up Because of the tremendous hems for me when I want to volume of mail, Heloise is shorten my dresses. unable to answer all individual letters. She w i l l , however, answer your questions in her column whenever possible. 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