Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 48
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 48

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Oil Sale • Sears AU-Weather lOW-30 motor oil helps protect as it lubricates • Meets all new car warranty requirements for multi-grade oil • Next time you change oil, change to Sears All-Weather 3 Quarts For 1 Regular 49*^ Qt. Use Sears Easy Payment Plan SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. SAVE $4 & S5! 36-Month Battery (For VolkHwugeiw) 6 volt regular «23.9.'; 12 volt regular S24.9S 1988 SAVE $3.11! 11/2-Ton Car Jack k88 Sears C DOWNTOWN PANAMA CITY Abby's anniversary tribute to her husband By Abigail Van Buren S) If73 ay CRicato TrikvM-N. Y. Ntwi Syiri., Inc. DEAR ABBY: I shall never forget hearing you speak before the Independent Life Insurance Company's convention in New Orleans. When you read that beautiful tribute to your husband, which you published in your column on your 25th wedding anniversary, we ladies and gentlemen in your audience counted our blessings as you counted yours. After your talk, I asked you how I could get a copy of that tribute, and you told me to write to you and you'd send it to me. Instead of doing that, I'm asking you to please print it in your column again, so all your readers can read it, and have a copy, too. We loved you! JEANNE GREGORY, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. DEAR JEANNE: Flattery will get you everywhere. Here it is: "Today is a very special day for me. It's my 25tii wedding anniversary, and I have this to say: I had a mother and father who really loved each other, so I know what love is. I have worked hard to see two teen-agers safely thru their traumatic teens, so I know what satisfaction is. I have prayed. And my prayers have been answered, so I know what faith is. I have had by my side, the kindest, gentlest, most considerate human being I've ever known, so I know what happiness is. And because I've known all these things. ... I know what wealth is." MRS. MORTON PHILLIPS DEAR ABBY: My mother in law, who is a widow, has two children, my husband and his sister. Mom travels a lot, and she always brings home souvenirs for my sister in law and me. Here's the problem: Mom always gives my sister in law and me identical gifts, and consequently my home is full of the same objects as my sister in law's. Mom is going on another trip soon, and I know she'll be shopping for gifts for us, and I hate the thought of getting another one of those "twin gifts." Should I drop a hint before Mom leaves and hope she catches on? Or should I be quiet, and pretend I'm pleased when she gives me and my sister in law identical gifts again? NAMELESS, PLEASE DEAR NAMELESS: The poor mother in law just can't win. In order to show no favoritism between her daughter and her daughter in law she buys you identical gifts, and what does she get? Complaints! Don't "hint" for something "different," because no matter what you get, you 'll probably think your sister in law's is better. DEAR ABBY: My 16-year-old son got his 15-year-old girl friend pregnant. My son and the girl's parents want me. to give my consent for these two kids to marry. I just can't do it because I would feel like I was ruining three lives. The kids are nowhere near mature enough for marriage, neither are they financially able to care for themselves, let alone a baby. Do you know of anyone I can get to talk to the girl's parents? Abortion or adoption would be much better for everybody. Please help me. CAN'T SLEEP NIGHTS DEAR CAN'T: Perhaps your clergyman can talk to the girl's parents. Your local Planned Parenthood also offers free counseluig service. They will NOT try to persuade anyone who does not want an abortion to have one. They simply counsel, and will guide them in adoption procedures if that is their choice. Good luck. Problems? You'll feel better if you get it oft your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, L. A., Calif. 9006*. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope, please. WIN AT BRIDGE Disagree (sound familiar?) NORTH 15 4 K7fi VK42 • A72 4A853 WEST(D) EAST 4AQJ109 453 ? 1096 V753 • J4 •Q1093 • Q107 •J942 SOUTH 4842 V AQ.J8 4 K865 North-South vulnerable West North East South 14 Pass IV 14 2V Pass 4? Pass Pass Pass Opening lead- Tire and Auto Center 6th and Grace Open 8:30 A.M. 763.0771 By Oswald & James Jacoby "You can sure mangle a dummy," muttered North. "Why did you give me that silly raise?" asked South. "Three no-trump was a cinch, I admit I could have made four hearts, but it looked to me as if hearts were going to break 42." "What difference did that make?" yelled North. "You played the hand well until you went nuts!" North was right, South started out by assuming that West held the ace of spades at the head of a suit that was less than six cards long, lie won the diamond lead with his ace; led a second diamond to dummy's king and a third diamond to be won by East. East led the fourth round of thesuit. West ruffed with the six and dummy overruffed with the king. A heart lead to his ace dropped the nine from West. South led a spade. West took his ace and led back the queen to dummy's king. The last trump was led from dummy and after East followed'South went through a process of what might be called thought and finally finessed his eight. West collected a surprise trick with the 10 and the setting trick with the jack of spades. That trump finesse had been entirely unnecessary. A high trump play was a sure winner. Actually, it would have dropped the 10; if it hadn't, three rounds of clubs would have allowed South to score the eight irrespective of what East did. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPniSE ASSN ) 15 South The l)i<l(lin)4 has been. West North East IV Pass 2i Pass Pass Pass :i4 Piiss You,South, hold: 4() H )) 4 ^ V'i 4 4A K J »7 . What do you do now? A~.Just bid lour spades. You- parliivr can't haw much ol a hiind, TODAY'S QUKSTION Instead of paHsini; he lias hid two Kpades directly over the two diu- nionds, What do you do now"? AiiHwvi- Muiiday

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