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February 12, 1963

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yrs. Jim ;Tubmnn 0U115: ft- ';vV- MOTORS LTD. 1771 BANK ST. tt AlTA VIST MOTORS MKXHKTS PONTIAC- BUICK ACADIAN CMC TRUCKS THE OTTAWA JOURNAL TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 12. 1963 23 Cyrville Church Elects Officers Rev. Arthur Tillman, of St John's Anglican Church. Cyrville, announced th following church appointments following the church's annual meeting: Rector's warden. , A. 8. Loftus; people's warden, Martin Kincaii); .treasurer, F. O. . ' Reskin; finance committee. Mrs. Bertha Loftus, Mrs. Muriel Retkin. Gerald Krudd and Clifford Beatty.' Journal Want Ads bring quick results. Hawthorne School Opened ' Hawthorne Public School on Sl Laurent Boulevard was of ficially opened Monday after noon, r A large gathering of parenu. school board officials and teachers heard Public School Board Inspector Dr. Carter B. Storr declare -the It -room juncture open. ' Serving fust-growing Hawthorne Meadows and Urbandale n the -southeast part of Ot-tawa, -the two-storey school opened one room- in- January, 1961, seven rooms in September of that year, and II rooms last September. Miss Audrey Witty, principal, welcomed guests Monday and Public School Board chairman Charles Hulte traced a bit of the area's history in his remarks. . ' ' .: : " A Bible was presented to the school bv Public School Board trustee Mrs, F. H. Ambridge on behalf of the Public School Trustees'-Association - of - On tario.- ' The school choir performed, guests were served tea and taken on a tour of the school, and the 400 pupils each re ceived a treat to mark the oc casion. The school was designed by Burgess, McLean and Mac Phadyen, architects, snd built by C. A. Johannsen and Sons Ltd. s- The cipher or lero was used by Moslem mathematicians more than two centuries before it a'eared in Europe. GOREN ON BRIDGE BY CHARLES H. CORES 'Neither vulnerable. South deal. WORTH a K ii ! I CAQIIJ OK OIK Is 1 EAST AO J OUIII ROLTH Cy None O AJ7 AKQJ1M7II "The bidding: t.. South West North East 2 Pass 1 Pass 1 Pass 1 ? Pass 4. Pass 4tJ Pas' Pass' NT" Pass" 74V Pass Pass Doable Redouble Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Three of Freak distributions do not lend themselves to normal rules of bidding, and It is quite understandable that s hand such s South held would arouse considerable discussion when it Stsnces, th bidding sequence, usually entailed considerable guesswork. ' The South holding lacks by perhaps an eyelash the stand-ant requirement cf four defensive tricks for an opening de- mand bid. However, it should : ? v sit' rH-ir I IV.QDERI! i niiairs II I One South, feeling that he I could aever hope to find out by scientific methods sf North held the on card ia which he was interested namely, the king of diamonds took matters entirely Into his own hands at. the outset and opened the bidding- with seven cflibs. Woes the dummy was spread, ha was able to claim his contract without further ado, but this impresses us as very risky manner of earning one' victuals. - The bidding sequence presented ia the disgrsa. occurred at only on table. North had very sound v slues for his positive response of two spades, snd South contented himself with simple rebids la dubs ia order to obtain further information torn his partner. .When North designated five-live holding la the majors by twice bidding hearts after his original spade rsiponse. South could do bo more than contract for a small slam in clubs for, as yet, his partner's bind appeared to be of little I u: t1L- iL cam up in a recent tourna- or no m u nuu. mm mui mc-it Onlv a few naira reached bid aix Do trump, however, th h optimum contract of seven! entire complexion changed. In- clubs and, even in these- in- asmuch as South had never taid anything about diamonds. North's action could only be warranted if he had the king of that suit, els how could he overrule partner's decision, to play the hand ia dubs. Reassured about the only flaw in his otherwise perfect be pointed out that, if South holding, South proceeded to cpens with a mere one dub, seven clubs and, when East he will find himself extremely doubled this bid, he promptly hard pressed to ever rectify-, backed up his judgment by re-matters subsequently. In terms . doubling. Declarer claimed his of playing tricks. South can vir- j contract after ruffing th open-tuaily fulfill a small slam in ing spade lead, and registered his own hand, and six clubs , a score of 1.910 points which was thcppentng bid chosea by proved to be the best North 's ftumoar.&f players. ' South result on the deal. A T ALL THROUGH J- THE HOUSE V ' .... 1 1 iri. y rPTQiyLP . sll- tern i : s ( . ' - ' ' Hj I FINANCE WITH A LOW-COST, LIFE-IIMSURED ' - THE BRNK OFNQVR 5C0TIR ';..,. Church Holds First Annual Vestry Meet Good progress" was re ported by th wardens at the first annual vestry meeting of SL Michael and -All Angels Anglican Church. A. C. MacLennan and R- P Slattery told the meeting that chapel has been built; fi nance, building and visitation committee appointed and plans progressing for. construction of. a new church at the corner of Iris and Navaho Streets. Election of the following of ficers was announced: Rector's warden, A. G, Mac Lennan: people' warden. 0. V. Hamilton: lay delegates to synod, F Thomas, F. D. Grant, W, Farrafl. H. ' A. Munro, J. Fawcett, A. G. MacLennan and L J. McCabe: members of advisory board, Mrs. ' O. B. Young: Mrs. V. M. Clarkson. G. R Smith and K. L. M. Smallwood. r. ' Superintendent ' of- Church School. F. D. Grant: organist. Mrs. J. Brougham stewardship, chairman. T. E. Kennedy; building committee. H. B: Maer-sereau; finance, W. C. Pearson; chairman of sidesmen. SL W. D. Benton; property R. P. Ridgewell; vestry clerk. R. C. Riordon; envelop secretary. Mrs. S. W. Harding-, treasurer, D. Parke-Taylor, auditor, A. W. MacKinnon. n f mm im Rev. E. K. Clarke, pnest-in- charg of th pariah, presided over the meeting which was held in th auditorium of th Putman Intermediate . School in Bel-Air Park. t&Chest : WICbngcslion with MthNsm dwramill ht MsMsl m(ot usmsaksstM W-ssJ nrrw aWHcm. mam Ss)wfcf) CMWtf lBJko9 Mentholatum Ointment good reasons for going by train! r ' S-r. c 'I. 71 "R'B i-is-r-srr wz MMOSSl kw Canadian National the way of the worry-free 1 I- CfsJ