Daily News from New York, New York on January 15, 1982 · 7
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Daily News from New York, New York · 7

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OurZingd contest has Mass. appeal t r - - J -if V ' v - : iKifMi "I've been reading the Daily News faithfully for 38 years," said Nick Bartone. And this week, it paid off: Bartone, 64, won $5,000 in The News' Super Zingo contest. - Bartone's dedication to The News is particularly gratifying, because he buys his paper every day at a newsstand all the way up in Canton, Mass. No, he doesn't trek up there just for The News. That's where he lives. "I just like The News," said Bartone, who retired last month as a janitor at the local high school. "I used to get it for my father when we lived in Water-bury, Conn., and since I moved up here years ago, I kept right on getting hVI've always been dedicated to The News. It tells it like it is." "What am I going to do with the money? Well, I guess I'll let my wife and daughter help me invest it a little," Bartone said. "And I'also want to use some of it to go visit my son in Dallas, Tex. He's selling real estate down 1 there." Bartone, who's been playing ANTHONY CAS ALE DAILY NEWS Nick Bartone, a dedicated Daily News reader for 38 years, is this yeek's $5,000 Super Zingo winner. Zingo "since the beginning," said, "I never really thought I'd win. But you know, if you don't take a chance, you'll never win-not just in Zingo, but in life, too." Every dog has its day and year Sandy, of the musical "Annie," gets an assist from Kitty Koo at East Side restaurant during dress rehearsal for the Chinese Lunar New Year 4680, the Year of the Canine. The celebration, which begins Jan. 22, should be a wow for bow wows. Arf! - ' siircB IS icijiii cHirosi ; for wpmarfl's -slayer I lf "I'm not even sure that she knew that she had that much money," Mann THIS WEEK! g Em said. "She was always -complaining about how poor she was. She was once robbed of $600 and was very upset because she said it was all the money she had to make repairs to the roof of the house. OVER 200 PRIZES THIS WEEK! Mann said the woman always swept the sidewalk,- did chores in the neighborhood and collected imitation flowers. MATCHING CAME NUMBERS Thurs. 1 1 482 Fri. 1 1 5 82 Under Z.. 9 Under Z.. 12 Underl... 24 Under I... 29 Under N . . 34 Under N . . 38 Under G .. 51 Under G ., 60 Under O.. 71 Under O.. 68 Here are today's matching numbers for week No. 19 of the extraordinary SUPER ZINGO game. Just match these numbers against your SUPER ZINGO game forms which appeared in Sunday, Jan. 10 editions of the Daily News. If you correctly complete a row of matching numbers (vertically, horizontally or diagonally), you have SUPER ZINGO. That makes your entry eligible for this week's drawing. "She had those flowers all over the place," Mann said. "She was very involved with them, even to the point of pulling down her shades when the sun was too strong to keep them from fading." TODAY '$ YOU CAN WIN By JAMES HARNEY and STUART MARQUES Detectives scoured a closely knit Brooklyn neighborhood yesterday for suspects in the bludgeon-murder of an 83-year-old Brooklyn woman who lived like a pauper but had more than $250,000 stashed away in bank accounts. . Police sources said the investigation was concentrated near the Ben-sonhurst home of Mary Dellarino. She was found sprawled across a chair Wednesday night in the bedroom of her cluttered second-floor apartment on 18th Ave. near Rutherford Place. Neighbors said Dellarino always complained that she had no money, but police found several bankbooks which showed she had more than $250,000 in a nearby bank. Detectives said they had not found the weapon and there were few clues to the identity of the killers in the clothes-strewn apartment " The woman had lived alone for years. Neighbors said she had told people she had been married but her husband had died a year after they were married. She had said a daughter had died many years ago at the age of 6. "SHE HAD A niece and nephew who occasionally visited her from -Long Island, but she kept very close to herself, except when she was in the mood to talk," said Denise Mann, who lived in a third-floor apartment in the building which. DeUarino til November. That other contest Here are the lucky serial numbers for Friday, Jan. 15, in that other contest being conducted by another newspaper in the city: o e. Here are today's matching numbers for week 15 of INSTANT ZINGO. Just match todays numbers against the same days game form that appeared in Sunday, Jan. 10 editions of the Daily News. If you complete a row of matching numbers (vertically, horizontally or diagonally), you have INSTANT ZINGO, and are eligible for todays $3,000 drawing. MATCHING GAME NUMBERS Thurs-1 14 82 9 30 34 57 74 94 Fri11582 3 21 36 51 70 85' $25 Each: B 019,671 B 121,613 B 962,813 C 727,460 D 670,568 E 664,679 F 148,948 G 474,442 $500 Each: A 764,766 F 098,028 $100 Each: A 866,701 A 917,678 D 823,544 F 709,769 F 964,659 $50 Each: C 141,164 D 058,831 D 619,607 F 556,850 H 423,461 $25 Each: A 152,977 A 458,870 $3,000 INSTANT ZINGO winner for Friday, January 8 MARGARET CEASAR, Brooklyn, NY DAILY NEWSi And here are the numbers to be circled on the contest card: 29, 60, 4, 16, 18, 38, 39, 52, 56, 64, 73, 76. New matching SUPER ZINGO game numbers are published every day Sunday through Friday. Matching game numbers for INSTANT ZINGO appear Monday through Saturday. SUNDAY BONUS ZINGO numbers appear Sunday only. No names or numbers given by telephone. No purchase required fu details available m person at News Read' s Serve Bureau 220 East 42dSt NYC eriim issues of trie Dady News available at many local Notaries Openio residents ol tie U S 18 vearfot age or older void where proceed by taw ; . - S

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