Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 4
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PAGE 4 T U C S O N D A i L Y CITIZEN WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 1,*I9M WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE I, 1*60 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 5 TUCSON TONIGHT, TOMORROW Unless otharwis* noted, all meetings listed In thU column are open to the public without admission charge. TONIGHT 7:30 P.M. -- The Envoys Male Quartet of Azusa College, sponsored by Noel Evangelical Methodist Church, Keeling School, 435 E. Glenn St. g P.M.--University of Arizona commencement exercises. University Stadium. (See sports section for sporU calendar.) Mao Uses Quemoy As Panic Button TAIPEI, Formosa -- l3"I --Quemoy ii a tailor-made crisis factory for Communist China. i Peiping caa fir* international! tensions to tht boiling point by ·helling Quemoy with little, if any, danger of direct U. S, re-; foliation. The United States i* not bound; to defend Nationalist China's off-' shore islands. The tiny islands hugging the Red China coast art sitting ducki and Pejpiag believe* it c*n attack without seriously risking western counterblows. · A Red attack against South Korea, Japan, Formosa, the Philippines or South Viet Nam would bring the U. S. into action under Its mutual defense treaties with those nations. The Indochina states of South Viet Nam, Laos and Cambodia lie in th» defense area of the SEATO nations, including the United States, Great Britain and France. Under its Commonwealth ties, England probably would help defend Malaya. Singapore, Ceylon, India or Pakistan. British and Portuguese troops guard th« colonies of Hong Kong and Macao. Macao. But, except for Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek's own forces, no one Is pledged to save th« Quemoy and Matsu islands. - On Quemoy and Matsu, the announced U.S. policy it that America will come to Chiang's rescue only if the U.S. President believe* that an attack against he offshore islands is preliminary ID «n attack against Formosa. This arrangement seems to be ideal for Peiping. From shellproof bunkers, the Jteds can firt one massive artillery barrage at Quemoy and ·hock a helpless world. That ii exactly what tht Nationalist Chinese believe tht Reds are going to do in the Formosa Straits soon. If the Reds want to win concessions elsewhere in the world, they can push the button at Quemoy and bring the Wes?, to its knees begging for peace, th« Nationalists believe. Tb* U.S. fired no shots and did not participate directly In the defense of Quemoy during Red China's saturation shellings two years ago. America did reinforce its "th Fleet i» ths western Pacific and give more weapons to Chiang. But it did not fight The Communists havt every reason to expect the same relatively harmless reaction if they launch another limited assault ·gainst the offshore island. D-M Bomb Wing Boasts Fine Record No major flying accidents In five years 'vt the enviable record of the 303rd Bomb Wing at Davis- Monthan AFB. Only one other B47 bomber unit In the Strategic Air Command currently has a greater airount of accident-free flight time, the 68th Bomb Wing at Chennault AFB, La. Tlie 68th's last accident was In March, 1955. The 303rd's last accident was on May 1, 1955, when a B47 Stratojet bomber crashed while taking off at Fairford, England. The crew was not seriously injured. Col. William Bacon, commander of the 303rd, said the wing has flown slmost 44.5 million miles in 96,307 accident-free hours since its last mishap, ims amount or fright | time was logged in about 12,500 missions. 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When you have a trong "defensive" hand, there Is M great virtue in making an of- ensive bid; double the enemy to ee what your partner thinks about defending, Hast dealer North-South -r\iln«raw« NORTH 4 K 10 9 4 V J 10 7 4 · S « + Q 10 9 KAST 4 A Q J I 5 ' 4 , 7 3 4 6 2 * K 9 5 4 A K Q 10 9 5 * 4 3 ** garth W«st North * 2 + Doubfe AH Pass Only a fine player would consider doubling two diamonds with the West hand. West doesn't have * trump trick, but his penalty double is very shrewd. West can afford this kind of double when he has a fine partner. East should accept the double with two or more cards in the enemy's suit, but should take ther double out If he has extreme shortness in the doubled suit. This style of doubling" works best when me doubled contract is two diamonds or some lower bid. Even if the contract is made, declarer will not score a game. If the double goes four, it won't cost too much. South Is badly hurt If the de- ense ii accurate. East wins fh« rst spade trick and shifts to th» ight of hearts. West wins a fi- e»se and leads his other spade. East wins and leads his other icart. West leads a third heart for East to ruff. East leads * low dub to the king, wins the club eturn with the ace »nd then leads a third round of spades. By this time South'* hand has »en picked clean and he it down o his six trumps. He cannot shut out the jack of diamonds and the opponents, therefore, collect a penalty of 800 points, less 100 lonors for South. East and West are glad to get 700 points net, especially since, left to their own device*, they would havt played the hand at a part score contract. Even if the defense slips slightly, they should still collect 400 points net. Thii would still be belter than t part score, Tht Hfcht penalty double payi big dividends when you can trust your partner to accept the double or take it out, depending ca the nature of his hand. QUESTION Partner opens with one spide and th* next player doubles. You hold: Spades K 10 » 4, Hearts J 10 7 4, Diamonds 8 «. Club* Q 10 J. What do you say? Answer: Bid three spades. This jump, after a takeout, promises good trump support, but very little *U«. Rev. Beltman To Join In Church Rally The Rev. Dr. Henry Beltman if leaving Tucson today for Los Angeles to join the 25th anniver- j sary celebrations of the Classis of California, Reformed Church in America. The Rev. Dr. Beltmaji was the presiding officer when the elassia (district) was organized June it, 1935, with five small churches. Today the Classis of California has 33 churches, including the Tucson Reformed Church of which the Rev. Dr. Beltman was the founding pastor. The 33 churches have more mail 10,000 members and an annual benevolent budget of $170,000. The Rev. Dr. Beltmtn also is die only remaining charter member in full active service. He win preach the anniversary termon on June 8 at Bethel Reformed Church of Belfflower, Calif. Also next Sunday there will b* a pulpit exchange arnoog_the 33 churches. The Rev. ur. Bracmui will preach in two Los Angeles churches. In the Tucson church the speaker will be the Rev. Arthur Benoink of Phoenix, formerly professor of philosophy and religion in Central College, Pella, Iowa. Accompanying *e Tucson pastor to California will be Mrs. Beltman. Teacher WiU Attend Institute Samuel LoMaglio, Amphitheater High School teacher, IMS been selected to attend a summer language institute at ft* University LoMatSo, French and EngliA r, is among ID A atteiKi the na iMtsta, to eft* Juan H, » By V]fe rHnfOMn D^ ** 4

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