Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 27, 1968 · Page 11
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PEIDAY, DECEMBER 37, 1968 THifi RJbX *mm *NJSW8 MT- VJSh*ON. ILLINOIS 3-3 to Lesson Bad Bid Abets Hapless Lack By Oswald and James Jacoby NORTH 27 AQJ4 VA109 • KQ9 +10982 WEST EAST 4AK98 A107653 VQ2 y J73 • AJ108 >754 SOUTH (D) 4632 +AKQ6 North-South vulnerable Vest North East South 24 4¥ Pass P»» Opening Itad— 4 K We managed to dodge the Unlucky Expert for several ttionths but he finally cornered us again. This time his complaint was about an International Match Point game. There didn't seem to be anything remarkable about the hand He showed us. We did comment on the fact that tine four- heart game was not as ironclad 1 as we would like all contracts to be, but it certainly was not the sort of game you would want to stay out of. He said, "Look at South's two- club call. He did not have to bid and he surely showed a better hand than he actually held. " We disagreed and felt that South's immediate two- club bid merely showed some distributional values and no desire to double a spade c o ntract. Anyway, the final four heart contract wasn't astonishing and South's only real problem in the play was to make sure that he led diamonds from his own hand instead of from dummy. Then we asked, "How did you get killed by his bid?" He replied 1 , "My partner didn't bid two clubs and it was See your doctor first; then bring your prescription to the courteous pharmacist at— BROWN'S THE PKESCRIPTI0MSHGf 1 1010 MAIN 242-037 5 Legal Notice IN THE CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF ILLINOIS JEFFERSON COUNTY. ILLINOIS IN PROBATE ! NO. 6S-P-64 (Consolidating Causes No. 68-P-64 and 68-P-65) IN THE MATTER OF THE ) CONSOLIDATED ESTATES ) OF ROY B. MORGAN AND ) VERA IRMA MORGAN, DE- ) CEDENTS. ) DAN MORGAN, AS ADMINIS- ) TRATOR OF THE ESTATES ) OF ROY B. MORGAN AND ) VERA IRMA MORGAN, DE- ) CEDENTS, ) Petitioner, ) vs. ) DEBRA SUE MORGAN, A ) MINOR; THE FIRST NATION- ) AL BANK AND TRUST CO., ) MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS. ) GUARDIAN OF THE'ESTATE ) OF DEBRA SUE MORGAN, ) A MINOR; CARL W. BLANK ) II; AND EMMA B. LEECH, ) Defendants. ) NOTICE BY PUBLICATION NOTICE IS GIVEN YOU, Debra Sue Morgan, a Minor; Carl W. Blank II; and Emma B. Leech, defendants, that this cause has been commenced in this court against you and another defendant, asking for an order to sell real estate belonging to Roy B. Morgan and Vera Irma Morgan, decedents, at the time of their deaths for the purposes of the proper and efficient administration of this estate, which real estate is described as follows: The Southeast Quarter (SE%) of Section Thirtyfour (34), except that part of the North One-Half (N%) of the Northwest Quarter NW%) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) which lies West of the right-of-way of the Southern Illinois and Kentucky Railroad, over and across said land, all situated in Township Four South (T4S), Range Four East (R4E) of the Third Principal Meridian (3rd P.M.) except an undivided one-half (%) interest of the coal, oil, gas and other minerals underlying said premises, together with the right to mine and remove the same; situated in Jefferson County, State of Illinois. (The Roy B. Morgan and Vera Irma Morgan Farm, R. R. #1, Belle Rive, Illinois), and for other relief. UNLESS YOU, DEBRA SUE MORGAN, a minor; CARL W. BLANK II and EMMA B. LEECH, file your answers or otherwise file your appearances in this case in the office of the Clerk of this Court in the Jeffei'- son County Courthouse at Mt. Vernon, Illinois, on or before. January 17th, 1969, A JUDG-! MENT OR DECREE BY DEFAULT MAY BE TAKEN AGAINST YOU FOR THE RELIEF ASKED IN THE PETITION. Jerry B. Gott (Seal) Clerk of the Court By Paulina Marvel, Deputy Demetri Hassakis Attorney for Petitioner 306 King CHy Federal Building 117 North Tenth Street Mt. Vernon, Illinois Telephone: 244-0573 12-27 up to me to act over two spades. Naturally I jumped to three no- trump. East opened a spade and the best I could do was to settle for down one." We sympathized with the Unlucky Expert, but merely to get rid of him. Actually, we felt that his three no- trump call was-frightful. He could expect a spade lead and he had but one spade stopper. He should merely have bid two-no-trump. If his partner passed, he would at least show a profit but we are certain that South would have tried a three- club bid, whereupon the Unlucky Expert could have jumped to four hearts. Receive A Free Gift When You Join! Make Sure You Get One Come Nov. '69 Security will be mailing checks «— Thousands of shop* ping dollars — to our Christmas Club members come November '69. Join now and set on the mail call. SECURITY BANK & TRUST CO. 119 N. 9th St. Mt. V.rnon, III. HOROSCOPE Saturday: The early part of this day can be quiet tedious so spend it on the many HttJp things you have to" do in order to moke your existence more as you would like to have it. As the day continues, you find you can obtain the good will and active suggestions you need from one who is successful. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Keep busily occupied getting real estate and other material matters handled i n telligently. Have a more prosperous vision of the future instead of the opposite. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You can improve your health early in the day and then go out and have a perfectly wonderful time. Be more aware of how to make worthwhile contacts. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) You are able to get rid of small irritating matters in A.M. then become busy with confidential matters. Show appreciation for what loyal partners do in your behalf. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to July 21) Be very careful what you plan for the day and tonight so that you don 't get into any arguments, trouble , in business or social matters. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) You have to do what higher- ups expect early if you want the backing you need right now. It's a good idea to contact all influential persons you know. Get their advice, etc. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Find a better system for gaining your finest aims and then contact those persons who can make you aware of the latest trends. Growth comes through right activity today. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Make certain you use the morning to complete dull work quickly and well, so that you have time to be romantic in P.M. Show others that you can solve problems in a most clever way. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Try not to be argumentative with an associate in A.M. or you become enemies. Then fine time to reach agreements with others. Showing that you are cooperative brings right results, progress. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Certain work problems can be handled with unusual wisdom in A.M. and you also get die support of co-workers. Be sure you get that shopping done early, too. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) You went to have a good time today, but it is best you plan your itinerary to get the most out of the time and money expended. First please mate by catering to wishes. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) This is the day to do whatever will make close ties happy and have real accord in that Important realm of your life. 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