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FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1964 THE ANDERSON HERALD PAGE 23 ing TRACT WHBU—Anderson 1240— CBS 7:00 New» Roundup 7:15 Musical Dock 7:30 Musical Clock 7-45 Clock-News HOWARD SCHENKEN And RICHARD L. FREY When declarer Is cashing a sng suit, the defenders may be lYult NORTH (D) IE-W *K9 9 9 3 2 0 A7 * K Q J 10 8 7 F HAST |4 10 7 3 4 A 6 5 4 2 K? Q J 10 7 5 " [OQJB 52 SOUTH OK2 * 643 0 1096543 * A9 [The bidding: i North East * Pass 2* Pass fSN.T. AUPtss South 10 2N.T. I'esl Pass Pass i Opening lead: Heart queen gaining relief from pressure Sometimes you can tell that the contract cannot be defeated unless partner has a particular card, and in that case the defender under pressure my be able to throw all his cards in that suit. On the final round of bidding, North might have been pardoned for passing or signing off with three clubs, but his actual choice was a good one. The club suit was magnificently lealthy and the diamond ace was a certain entry; North hoped that this card would be particularly valuable because! South had bid the suit. He was disappointed in this respect, but three no trump was still a fair contract, although it should have been beaten because of the 5-3 heart division. West's heart queen won the] first trick, East encouraging; with the eight. The heart jackl went to the king and ace, and put to an irksome series of dis- now declarer exerted pressure •cards. But there are ways of'ty rattling on me ciuus. West J felt it would be unwise to un- I AVAILABLE IN KING 5I7F 8 uard diamonds since declarer AVAILABLE IN KING SIZE g^ ^ ^^ ^ he ^ gQ f^s^s?^ I three spades and a heart. The! '• —^* heart discard was poor, for when declarer drove out the spade ace, the defenders no longer had enough tricks to setj the contract. West could count declarer for six club tricks and two red aces. If he also had the spade ace or the diamond king, the contract was untouchable, so West should bet on East having both these cards. Once that is realized, West can throw diamonds with impunity 5 and keep all the hearts. No need to fear ;hat East lacks a third heart ;o put him in with — without it, East would have unblocked the heart king at trick one. E-W vulnerable, East opens one club, South overealls one diamond and West bids four spades. North holds: S: 8 7 4 2 H- K J 8 5 D: A 9 6 4 C: 10 What should he bid? Answer Sunday. 8:00 World News 3:15 Musical Clock 8:30 Musical Clock 8:45 Clock-News 9:00 News-Godfrey 9:15 Arthur Godfrey 9:30 Arthur Godfrey 3:45 Arthur Godfrey 10:00 News-House Party 10:15 House Party 10:30 Garry Moore 10:45 Crosby & Clooney • « ,,,, 1 12:15 Noonday Melodies 1 12:30 Visit With Verna |]2:45 Noonday Melodies 1:00 News-One Woman 1:15 Melody Matinee 1:30 Woman's World 1:45 Melody Matinee 2:00 World News 2:15 Cook's Tour 2:30 Clcseup 2:45 Cook's Tour 3:00 World News 3:15 Cook's Tour 2:30 Sidelights 3:45 Cook's Tour 4:00 CBS World News 4:15 Cook's Tow r 4:30 Sidelights 4:45 Cook's Tour 5:00 News-Serenad* 8:15 Dinner Serenade 6:30 Dinner Serenade 6:45 Lowell Thomas 7:00 World News 7:15 World Sports 7:30 Ask Dimension 7j4J5 Top Tunes 8:(K) World Tonight 8:15 Nito Watch 8:30 Nite Watch 8:15 Nite Watch 9:00 World News 9:15 Nite Watch 9:30 Nite Watch 9:45 Nite Watch 10:00 World News 10:15 Nite Watcli 10:30 Nite Watch 10:45 Nite Watch 11:00 World News 11:15 Nite Watch 11:30 Nite Watch 11:45 Nite Watch WTTV HOW CAN I? 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Parents who can laugh with .heir children (not at them) have a magic formula for lift- ng the monotony of daily rcu- ine out of its rut. Small prob- ems often disappear when landled with this light touch. When 3-year-old Suzy balks at going to the "tcidy" and you ieel she should, try saying, "Shall we tell the bathroom to march right down here to us? Wouldn't it be funny seeing it hippity - hopping down the stairs?" Or, if Johnny kicks while being dressed, instead cf waging a pitched battle, stand back and say thoughtfully, "How can we put those legs in the corner until they behave and still get ycu dressed? I can just see them standing all alone and dripping tears." A cross, grumpy child may be liandled with, "My you have a blue face this morning, go upstairs and put your pink one on.' Shrug And Laugh Even the name-calling which most mothers are sometimes subjected to can be passed cff with a "Oh, now I really don't look like a big nut. do I?" A shrug and a laugh make such remarks less satisfying and may change a child's anger to laughter. Pre-schoolers will be amused and diverted by such ridiculous possibilities and one more chore is accomplished or the day's mood improved, without creating a fuss. The antics of a parent being a monkey, making faces and rough-housing a little, in a childlike fashion, is "giggly" fun. Children love to be silly and feel a close bond with a parent who can be silly with them. Neither is there any harm in a little obvioust easing in a spir- t of fun — but this must be ery gentle at the child's level, ever humiliating. Nobody wants o be ridiculed for his faults cr lis misbehavior. This is belit- ling. The child should have a chance to give and to take it, with a twinkle and a smile that is easily understood. Fun From Housework A sense of humcr shows itself m many ways. It is mother's ability to laugh at the dilemma of housework and say, jokingly, "I'm scrubbing the kitchen so the mud prints will show again." Or, "Yes, our living room is Early American, Davy Crockett style." Perhaps I'm not being too funny. You can do much better. It is not the quality of the joke but the spirit behind it. We have to laugh a little at ourselves and at the situations children naturally create in a home. All cf us become irritated with the difficulty of living with growing children and it helps not to take it too grimly. Good humor and many shared laughs make a happy home. Let your funny side show occasionally. It lessens the tension and your children will remember you for it. Tomorrow: "Bashful Child", Rocky Popeye Magilla Gorilla Mngilla Gorilla FRIDAY EVENING F. Farmer Movie News F. Farmer Movie News Hunt.-Brinklay W. Cronklte Cheyenne Hunt.-Brinkley W. Cronklte Cheyenne News Newy International Showtime (C) News. Weather News. 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Allen AHen_ Allen Alien Allen Allen "I see where the average family's income has gone up asain with, as usual, no help from vou . . . ." "I hid his golf clubs." News Silent Silent News News Movie Symphony Backstage News MAGNAVOX LOW BOY 260 Sq. In. Screen Walnut With Trade MODEL HOME STORES 23rd and Columbus 14th and Main OPEN 'TIL 8. P.M FREE PARKING DIAL 643-3430 Two squares of different sizes have a combined total perimet- of 112 inches. If two sides of he squares are placed together, he outside perimeter of the figure thus formed is 90 inches. What does one side of each quare measure? Answer 11 and 17 inches. 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