Keep cool, no more punishment needed By Abigail Van Buren • tm * a>*m TMMM*N. V. Hm int., IM. DEAR ABBY: My husband and 1 have been married for IB years, and I always thought we had a great marriage. Having once been his secretary, I sometimes (ill in at his office when one of his girls is on vacation. Last week while I was working there, a man phoned, and in a very gruff and angry tone, he asked to speak to my husband. Since my husband happened to be standing right beside my desk at the time, 1 handed him the telephone. Then I heard this booming voice say: "My wife lust told me everything, and even though I have a loaded gun, you're not worth going to prison for and neither is she, but if I ever catch you near her again, don't say I didn't warn you I" Then he hung up. Abby, I nearly fell apart. I went home immediately, and my husband followed me. We had a long talk, and he told me who she was. [She and her husband belong to our club, and she certainly doesn't look the part.] My husband said he'd seen her only a few times, she meant nothing to him, and he'd never see her again. I forgave him, and believe him when he says he'll never see her again, but I'm bound to run into her at the club, and I'm not sure I can handle it. I want her to know that I know. Should 1 tell her? SHOOK DEAR SHOOK: No. Keep your cool, and resist the temp* tetta to tell her that you know. (Your husband will tell her.] No need to punish her further. Her husband has probably already taken care of that. DEAR ABBY: We have a dentist in our town who is so money hungry it's unbelievable. It's a pity the new genera* tion will never know the kind of dentists we knew when we were growing up. They always had time to listen, and they cared. This dentist sees anywhere from SO to 60 patients daily. Besides a secretary who answers his telephone, he has three people working for him whom he calls "technicians" although none of them has ever had any formal training for the job. They take X-rays, impressions, and even clean and scale teeth. One pulled a suture out of my mouth on the doctor's day off! Isn't there a law to protect the public against unqualified people doing dental work? Where should I write to complain? CONCERNED DEAR CONCERNED: There ARE laws, and they are well-defined. Write to your county or state Dental Association. But before you make any accusations, be sure of your fact*. DEAR ABBY: Can you think of a nice, simple way for TOASTMASTER 20" FAN •19" EASY CREDIT 2-Speed dial control for high, low, positive off setting. Attractive moss green, baked enamel with white protective grille. B USCHC JEWELERS ^ 537 HARRISON AVE. PANAMA CITY E-l me to ask my parents If I can have a guy spend the night' with me? I 'm a 21-year-old liberated woman who lives at home. This guy I 'm dating lives about an hour's drive from my house, but he works only ten minutes from here. On Friday nights he works until 10 p.m., and he has to be at work at 9 a.m. on Saturday, so you can see how much more conven* ient it would be for him if he slept over. My folks are on the old-fashioned side. Got any ideas? LIBERATED DEAR LIB: If you have an extra room tor an overnight guest, ask your folks If the fellow can use it. If you're considering inviting the guy to share your bed, forget it. ProMents? Yen 'tl feel better If you get It oft your chest For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. Wise, L.A., Calif. MMt. Enclose stamped, self *addressed envelope, •tease. NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Friday, June 21,1974 Pagf 11A WIN AT BRIDGE Thinking easier at trick 2 21 EAST • 953 ?83 • 9764% 4 >K109 NORTH • 8642 ?KJ • A53 4 >AB65 WEST • AKQ107 ?6S42 i lOS 73 SOUTH (D) • J f AQ1097 KQJ QJ42 Both vulnerable West North East South If 10 24 Pass 34 Pass 3V Pass 4? Pass Pass Pass Opening lead-OK T t and set South two. "I guess 1 should have settled for down one," remarked South. "Every card is always wrong for me." Every card was wrong. Trumps broke 4-2. East held the king of clubs and a third spade, out South should have made the hand. If he had stopped to think at trick two instead of ruffing the second spade, he should have discarded a club. South would ruff the third spade and play the hand exactly the same way. but there would be a decided dif* ference at the end. When East took his king of clubs he would not have a spade to lead to his partner and South would bring home the bacon. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) By Oswald It James Jacoby South wasted no time with the play of what he considered an elementary hand. That is he wasted no time at the start. He ruffed the second spade and started after trumps. If trumps had broken 3-3 everything would have been fine, but when East showed out on the third lead South saw that his contract was in jeopardy. He thought a while; drew the last trump and tried a club finesse. It lost and East was able to lead a spade to give his partner three spade tricks The bidding has been: 21 West North East South Dble Pass 2* U Pass 34 34 Pass 3* You, South, hold: 4 6 54?KJ4324AQB7+3 What do you do now? A—Bid four diamonds. This Is a good time to show your second suit. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to four hearts. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Thirty Persons Mkfed In East Coast Drug Ring NEW YORK (UP1) - Thirty persons, two of them reputed members of the Vito Genovese and Carlo Gamblno crime "families," were Indicted on conspiracy charges of operating an extensive east coast drug ting that distributed millions of dollars in cocaine smuggled from Latin American countries. Various members of the ring, according to the federal indictment, were also charged with Good Sam Rally Set The first Good Sam RV Camping Club North Florida Mini Rally will be held in Marianna at the Arrowhead Campground located 2 miles East of Marianna on U.S. Highway 90 on July 12,13 and 14. Parking will be Hobo style and games, movies, door prizes and plenty of coffee and doughnuts will be offered. There will also be a tour of the Florida Caverns State Park. The Host Chapters will be The Sandy Sams, Conquistador Sams, Capitol Campers, Swannee River Sams and the South Georgia Good Sams. Camping fees are $2.50 per RV per day with a Rally fee of $5.00 per family. BUS SCHEDULE Lynn Haven - Panama City EFFECTIVE MONDAY JULY 1,1974 LEAVE: Lynn Haven: 9th & Ohio 8:00 A.M. 10:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. 5:00 P.M. LEAVE Panama City: Panama Plaza 15th and Lisenby 8:45 10:45 3:45 5:45 BUS STOPS Lynn Haven: 9th ft Ohio-City Hall 9th ft Illinois Avt. 5th ft Illinois Ave. 5th ft Ohio Ave. 5th ft Ttmwisoe Ave. 9th ft TtfiMiMt Avt. 12th ft Tsnnssste Ave. 12th ft Illinois Ave. 14th ft' Delaware Avt. 14th ft Illinois Avt. 14th ft Ohio (Hwy 77) Chaw's Furniture Stort (Hwy. Panama City: Covt Blvd. - 7th St. 6th St. • Harrison Avtnut 11th St. • Gibson's Shopping Ctnttr 15th St. • Listnby (Panama Plaza) 15th St. (Gaytord's Shopping Ctnttr) NOTE: PLEASE SAVE THIS SCHEDULE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. BUS FARE: Regular 50' tach way. Special 25* tach Way (for persons ovtr 65 or undtr 12) (RATES EFFECTIVE JUNE 19th). 77 > ntxt Hanty Vocational School) transporting 12 kilograms of cocaine from Florida to the New York market, where It was subsequently packaged and stored in a Yonkers apartment for sale on the street. Authorities estimated the wholesale value of the approximately 26 pounds of narcotics at more than $500,000, but added that its retail value could easily exceed $2 million, depending on the initial purity of the drug and how many times it could "Be "cut" by middlemen and "street" peddlers. The indictments, which covered the period from January, 1973, to the present, were announced by U.S. Attorney Paul J. Curran, New York Special Narcotics Prosecutor Frank Rogers and Bronx District Attorney Mario Merola, whose offices cooperated closely on the investigation. Merola said the ring was involved In a "nationwide operation with extensive tentacles on the eastern seaboard." He said the group had for some time been engaged In "substantial trafficking from which they made millions and millions of dollars" from the sale of cocaine, most of which is smuggled from Latin America, particularly Colombia. The nine-count indictment named 24 defendants from the Metropolitan area and six from Florida, including Frankiin Flynn, 35, said to be the vice president of a Miami bank, who with two other defendants allegedly brought the cocaine to the Hotel Diplomat in Hollywood, Fla., last Sept. 23. It was there, the indictment charged, that the 26 pounds of narcotics were transferred to six of the ring's New York members, including Ernest "Jake" Coraluzzo, 34, a trucker from the Rockland county town of Valley Cottage. Coraluzzo and another defendant, 31-year-old Jerry Rubin of the Bronx, were identified by Merola as members of the Genovese and Gambino Mafia families. They and three others named in the indictment were arrested last Oct. 25 on charges of selling four pounds of cocaine and one pound of heroin to undercover agents for $61,000. The 26 pounds of cocaine covered in the Indictment were allegedly packaged and stored in the Yonkers apartment of 44-year-old Marilyn Greco, previous to its alleged distribution by such alleged ring members as Nathaniel "Willie Lump Lump" Arnold, Robert "Bobby Gooch" Browning, of the Bronx, and Phillip "Philly Rags" Clm- mino, of Fairlawn, N.J. BLUE PLATE—QUART BONUS MAYONNAISE 79 c Prices Effective Friday, June 21st through Saturday, June 22nd. QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED. OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. - 7 P.M.
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