Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 30, 1968 · Page 11
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Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 11

Mt Vernon, Illinois
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Monday, December 30, 1968
Page 11
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1968. THE REGISTER-NEWS •MT. VERNON. ILLINOIS 3—B BARBS No wonder so many wives are grumpy in the morning: consider what faces them across the breakfast coffee. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS If you fail to receive your REGISTER-NEWS Call 242-0118 between the hours of 6:00 and 7:00 p.m. weekdays. Saturdays 3:30 to 1:30 p.m. A messenger will deliver your paper. credit card blues? Did Holiday shopping add an avalanche of bills to your regular monthly obligations? See us for the money you need to start the New Year right. You're always No. 1 here—never a six-figure computer number. SEE US FOR A DEBT CONSOLIDATION Bridge LeSSOn Horoscope Forecast 39 EAST. A 72 VQ86 • J8763 *942 PVT. LARRY F. COCKRUM, son of Mrs. Dsx'wy Cockrtim. 1205 Shawnee, arrived home recently for a l^day Christinas leave. He will return for duties at Ft. McCIellan, Ala. CASH YOU RECEIVE MONTHLY PAYMENT NO. MO. $ 300 $ 17.13 24 500 27.22 24 1000 42.32 30 1500 63.49 30 2500 92.35 36 3500 104.94 48 5000 129.09 60 Payments in this ad include principal and charges on loans if paid on schedule but do not include charges for Credit Life or Accident and Health Insurance. Of AM EH/CA TMIFH INC. Ground Floor of Rogers Building 1000 Main Mr. Vernon DARRELL QUICK, Manager Phone 242-0210 Phone Match B.ldge First By Oswald and James Jacoby NORTH *Q543 V732 • Q54 *1085 WEST (D) 4K1096 VA1054 • A10 *A73 SOUTH *AJ8 ¥KJ9 • K92 + KQJ6 Neither vulnerable West North East South 14> Pass Pass Dble Pass 1* Pass 1NJ. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— A 6 Oswald: "Our telephone 1 -idge match against Mrs. j Claire Stone and Mrs. Clarency Bailey of Champaign, 111., represents a first in bridge history." i Jim: "The idea was that of Dick Baer of the Champaign- Urbana Courier. All pairs in the area competed and the winders played an eight- hand tele- • phone match against us. The ' match was not intended to prove anything because we simply played eight hands, but'a [large audience in Illinois wat- ; ihed the ladies put up quite h. game against us. They actual\ iy beat us by 280 points but I tlipy had somewhat the better j A the cards and we don't feel ! ^graced." i Oswald: "The ladies played j North and South but for pur- ; poses of these articles we will j shift the hands so that South w^ll always be declarer." Jim: "Mrs. Bailey and I were b ^rt of left out of high cards on hand No. 1. Mrs. Stone chose to open one club instead of one no- trump and as a result you ••. wound up playing one no| irump." i Oswald: "Mrs. Stone had to J load something and she made I the slighly unfortunate choice iof the six of spades. Had she opened a heart I would have Ixun held to two no- trump. As it was, I managed to make three odd for what would have ht-en a very good score at .natch point duplicate." Jim: "The hand turned out to be a series of end plays. '/JU kept putting Mrs. Stone in aii'l she never had a decent lead." Oswald: "Let's leave it to our Tuesday: You can wind up the old year on a very agreeable note as your mind is quick, 1. Epical and responsive to those about and you are able to join them in some very interesting activities. Make sure you do not drive too fast or are otherwise careless on the highway. Avoid potentially dangerous objects. ARIES I Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Call on everyone you can who can help you to get ahead, but drive with utmost care. Make those resolutions now. since you are thinking very clearly and sensibly. ' readers to work out the whole play. The bidding is quite interesting in that many players w.->uld open Mrs. Stone's hand with one no-trump. They would consider three 10s and one nine enough extra value to warrant this bid in spite of only 15 high card points." Jim: "We'll never know what would have happened had Mrs. Stone made this bid. I am not going to embarrass you by asking what you would have done if one no- trump had been passed around to you." TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Take time to analyze your true position before you join in the big fun tonight. Also be sure to contact those experts who can map out the new year nicely for you. GEMINI (May 21 to June 21) Yne planets are most favorable all day and in the evening especially, so make the plans that j put you way ahead. Early mor- j charm and beauty treat| ments are imperative. MOON CHILDREN (June 22 j ' to July 21) Plan wisely for the j ; future now since the planets are | ' w'th you and you can advance j ' nicely. Those changes can be put i ; in operation once you have care- 1 fully considered them. LEO (July 22 to Aug. 21) Show that you are loyal to good pals by assisting them to gain some cherished aim. You are now able to add many new acquaintances to your roster of friends. VIRGO (Aug. 22 to Sept. 22) Get that higher- up to give you a boost in the right direction to which you want to travel. Then be off to the party fun ahead. Is your credit what it should be? LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You can have an excellent time today in business affairs and where entertainment is concer- jitd. Show devotion now to your mate who has been so loyal f.:r such a long time. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Trust your intuition as to what should be done to make real P'-ogress in your chosen career. You see more clearly how to discharge obligations. Once you place all in order, the evening can be very romantic. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Shape up for the New Year and clear up any misunderstandings with associates Get rid of opposition quickly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Clear up all loose ends of the old year before you depart lor the evening's entertainment or have friends in. Show coworkers your appreciation. AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) perform things now that bring respect of people you admire; it would be well if you entertain them tonight. The New Year looks good for you. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Your family should be uppermost in your mind right now. So please them to the best of your ability. Plan the right r —- c'amental things to do In the Mew Year. 700 PARK PLAZA PHONE 242-6540 NEW STORE HOURS: Effective Dec. 30, 1968 MONDAY THRU THURSDAY 9 A.M. Til 6 P.M. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 9 A.M. Til 9 P.M. A NEW YEAR'S RESOLUTION YOU CAN KEEP RESOLVE TO HAVE YOUR CAR SERVICED AT THE STATION FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE DURING THE YEAR 1969! GENE IRVIN'S NORTH SHELL SERVICE BE SURE YOUR CAR IS COMPLETELY WINTERIZED • MOTOR TUNE-UP • BRAKES • SHOCKS • BATTERIES • ANTIFREEZE • SNOW TIRES • WINDSHIELD WIPERS • DE-ICER • ETC. Protect Yourself And Your Family With A Safe Car! Happy New Year May Old Acquaintances Be Remembered In '69. 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