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SATURDAY, JULY 13, 19G3 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR - PAGE 7 Marmon-Herrington Plant To Be Closed Slieimvold On Bridge By ALFRED SHEINWOLD IV "Two axioms form the basis r counting: "1. There are 13 cards in each suit. "2. There are 13 cards in each hand." So writes Marshall Miles as he introduces an important chapter in his new book, "All Fifty-Two Cards." North dealer East-West vulnerable NORTH A A J 7 6 K 5 3 O Q 8 6 5 K 4 WEST EAST A 8 3 A Q 5 ? Q J 10 6 2 ? A 9 8 4 OAK3 O10 74 10 6 2 J 8 7 3 SOUTH A K 10 9 4 2 7 OI9I A Q 9 5 North East South West 1 0 Pass 1 A Pass 2 Pass 4 All Past Opening lead v Q Counting is the basis of your defense with the West hand. See if you can come up with the Miles solution. Bank Robbers Left Few Clews State police detective said yesterday they had few clews to the identity of two men and a woman who robbed the Fishers branch of the Wainwright Bank and Trust Company in southern Hamilton County of $16,277 Thursday morning. But FBI agents and detectives said they were checking fingerprints taken from inside the bank and from a car abandoned by the bandits. The robbery was the second in four years at the Fishers' branch. In the first holdup, $7,400 was taken on April 30, 1959. Board Reviews Bank Application The State Board of Financial Institutions yesterday reconsidered an application from the Union Bank and Trust Company of Franklin to establish a branch bank west of Greenwood in Johnson County. The board previously rejected the request when a Greenwood bank objected to the branch facility. The board took the matter under advisement after yesterday's" rehearing. It is expected to rule on the application next month. YOU LEAD the queen of hearts, holding the trick, and continue with the jack of hearts. Declarer ruffs, leads a spade to the ace and another back to the king, capturing your partner's queen. Now South leads a club to the king, a club back to the ace, and the queen of clubs to discard a diamond from dummy. He leads a fourth club, ruffing in dummy, and ruffs dummy's last heart in his hand. The time has come for the diamonds. South leads the deuce of diamonds from his hand, and you play . . . what? If you're not ready with your play you may be out of luck. THE SECRET IS to count as you go. You discovered at the second trick that South started with only one heart. The play of the spades showed that South started with ex actly five spades. You made a mental note that South had seven cards in the two unplayed suits combined. When South showed up with exactly four clubs you knew that he still had three diamonds in his hand. HENCE it could cost you nothing to play a low diamond when South led the deuce of diamonds from his hand. You were still sure to win your two diamond tricks and conceivably South may have a losing finesse to take if you conceal your diamond strength with a prompt play. This turns out to be the case. South many finesse with dummy's eight if you play a low diamond promptly enough. His best chance to win a diamond trick is to guess the location of the ten. He cannot go wrong if you put up the king of diamonds; he may go wrong if you play low. DAILY QUESTION Dealer, at your right, opens with one diamond. You hold: A 83 V QJ 1062 A K 3 10 6 2. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid one heart. The hand is worth an over-call at the level of one. It is not worth an overcall at the level of two, particularly when your side is vulnerable. For Alfred Sheinicold's Sft-page booklet, "A Pocket Guide to Bridge,'' send 50 cents to Bridge Book, in care of The Indiana polls Star, Box S38, Grand Central Station, New York 17, N.Y. (Copyright 1943) Marmon - Herrington Company, a pioneer in the automotive industry, will discontinue operations in the former Duesenberg plant here, it was announced yesterday. The company will move its all-wheel drive vehicles division and facilities for manufacturing parts for old models to the Cardair Division plant at Lebanon. Executive offices of the firm will be moved to Oak Hill, W. Va., spokesmen said. AN AUCTION of equipment which will not be moved from here will be held at the plant, 1511 West Washington Street, July 30-Aug. 1, when the move is completed. At one time, the plant on the city's near-West Side employed some 1,000 workers. The present force, however, is about 40 members of Local 34, United Auto Workers, and supervisory personnel. Although Marmon-Herrington heavy-duty truck division recently was sold to a Dallas (Tex.) company, officials denied a report that the firm was abandoning the automotive business. "WE HAVE continuing contracts for our all-wheel drive vehicles' division with the Ford Motor Company and we will accept automotive equipment contracts any time they are available," they said. John B. Long, company president, said the plant here was going to be closed down because its 275,000 square feet of space was not needed. The company has required only a portion of the space for its continuing automotive lines since large scale contract work has not been steadily available in recent years, he explained. The M a r m o n-Herrington plant here, located on a 16-acre plot of ground, was pur- DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Escapes aco.' dentally, as water 6. City on. Red River, N.Dak. 11. Raised just off the bottom: naut. 12. Pungent vegetable 13. City SW Mont. 14. Juliet'j 15. Little girl 16. Feline 18. S-shaped worm 19. Remains 21. Soap foam 24. Malayan boat 28. Near: poet. 29. Evil spirit 30. Covered with spots, as a horse 81. Rugged mountain crests 82. To sing like a Tyrolese S4. Watering place 37. Lyric poem 38. Posed 41. CltySW Spain 43. Brisk 45. Wonderland girl 46. Expunge 47. Ceremonies 48. Prices DOWN ' 1. Scientists' workshops 2. Needle case 3. and sciences 4. Small violin 5. A ghost 6. "Fifty, four or fight" 7. Up: comb, form 8. Hoarfrost 9. Departs 10. Biblical name: poss. 17. River through Bern IB. Of questionable character: colioq. 20. Talk: si. 21. Fold over 22. Cuckoo 23. Golfer's pin 25. Soak flax 26. Single unit 27. Merchants' notices 29. Food-storage refrigerator 31. Affix 33. Exudes, as through pores 34. Isolated rock in the sea HI9E: C AElNP SAM I Is ON TAp AMT L O AIT H sTni&e l i a i b pCyN '"Hgr)E"i M A M'MlE- CJjJOiQ Ap'Apr MbBT I zoMLz sl at e E NOJiOE z ug at DtTyjEC CPE WiS Bs1as!sUa1seaP YeMerday'i Annwor 35. Buddhist language 36. Mine entrance 38. Young oyster 39. Projection of a church 40. Nautical chains 42. Winter driving hazard 44. Man's namt 21 28 3o 41 45 47 33 a3 mm 34 35 ;xZ 19 4Z 1: VA 33 37 17 14- 31 19 43 4b 48 7o 24 1 44 8 38 39 IO 27 Guiana Political Accord Sought Georgetown, British Guiana (AP) British colonial secretary Duncan Sandys was reported working yesterday for a political settlement in this strife-torn colony that would bring the main opposition into Premier Cheddi Jagan's gov ernment. A government source con firmed that Sandys' talks with opposition leader Forbes Burn- ham concerned a possible coalition of Burnham's Nation al Congress Party (PNC) and Jagan's ruling Leftist People's Progressive Party (PPP). The source cautioned, however, that the discussions were extremely tentative. Informed sources said the basis for a Burnham-Jagan accord would be a British government pledge of art early call probably late this year of a conference on British Guiana's independence. chased from the Cord Corporation, manufacturer of the world-famous Duesenberg and Cord automobiles. EARLIER the plant had been the "birthplace" of many of the Duesenberg Special racing cars which were used at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway during the 1920s and the luxurious, custom-built Duesenberg passenger cars. Long said the brick build ing and grounds will be of fered for sale after Marmon- Herrington moves out. Writers Get Prizes At Conference Bloomington, Ind. (Spl.) Four $100 grants-in-aid for writers with works in progress and three $25 prizes were awarded last night at Indiana University's annual Writers Conference. Mrs. Blanche E. Ferguson, 4125 Rockwood Avenue, In dianapolis, a Broad Ripple High School teacher, received from William Poole, senior edi tor of Dodd, Mead & Co., a grant-in-aid for fiction. The Bobbs-Merill $100 grant for a novel went to Mrs. June Calendar Potash, an I.U. gradu ate who resides in Syracuse, N.Y. The presentation was by William J. Finneran, manager of the Publishers Trade Division in Indianapolis. MRS. EVELYN Minshull of Mercer, Pa., received the $100 grant for juvenile literature from the Weekly Reader Children's Book Club. The Indiana University Foundation $100 award in dramatic writing went to Mrs. Mary B. Cassata of North Tonawanda, N.Y. I.U. Foundation cash prizes of $25 went to Frederick K. Randolph of Hamilton, O., for short story; Mrs. Adelle V. Mitchell, Pinckney, Mich., for writing technique, and Miss Georgia Bole of New York, N.Y., for feature article. Speaker at the dinner was John Schaffner, New York literary agent. Also at the speakers' table were Miss Bar bara Blakemore, fiction editor of Redbook, and Professor Robert W. Mitchner, confer ence director. Sales Show Gain In Retail Stores Indianapolis department store sales in the week ended July 6 were 3 per cent above the corresponding week last year, the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago reportea yesterday. Downtown Indi a n a p o 1 i s stores gained 1 per cent. It was the weakeot showing in the Seventh Federal Reserve District, where aggregate sales were 13 per cent over the corresponding 1962 week. Department store sales nationally were up 9 per cent for the week and 4 per cent for the year to date. Chicago sales rose 13 per cent, with State Street 2 per cent higher and other Chicago outlets increasing 18 per cent. Vincennes University was established in 1809. KUAHAXTIiUS YOU OVUII Sr.OO m m mm TH m;-l ALLOWANCE ON YOUR PRESENT CAR REGARDLESS OF CONDITION TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF A im m ni:w i:t ford galaxik 500XL CONVKllTIIILK with full factory equipment. Stock Number E-314 819 E. WASHINGTON ST. INDIANAPOLIS ME 9-5641 FREE PARKING-INSTANT DELIVERY INSTANT FINANCING GET THE BEST DEAL IN THE STATE OF INDIANA SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT OF TOWN BUYERS Ex-Of ficer Will Die Baghdad (AP) An Iraqi army court martial has sen tenced to death Brig. 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