Independent from Long Beach, California on February 25, 1969 · Page 16
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 16

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, February 25, 1969
Page 16
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Heartfelt space flight READY TO BLAST OFF FOR HEART FUND BENEFIT IN APOLLO 8 REPLICA . . . Mmes. David Gcrow and Victor Foster To keep the beat of the Heart Fund, a benefit dinner-dance will be given Saturday by the Long Beach Medical Assistants' Association. The "Flight to the Moon" theme will be launched with 7 p.m. cocktails, followed by dinner and dancing at the F.Iks Club, 4101 E. Willow St. Entertainment will be provided by singer Jimmy Spencer, who recently appeared at the Hollywood Playboy Club. Proceeds of this voyage i n t o space will be turned over to the Long Beach Heart Association. Reservations can be made by contacting Mrs. Frank R u p e n l h a l . 5246 N. Stevcly Avc., Lakewood. JACOBY Expert is unlucky in game At mosi table? in a duplicate game North would wind up as declarer at either three or six no-trump. He would lake the diamond finesse somewhere alum: (he line and nuke either six or seven, depending on whether or not he could gather in four spade stacks. In the average rubber bridge game South mi^hl well play in six diamonds. He also would make his contract by means of ihe same diamond fim'sst'. We watched our old friend the Unlucky Expert play the hand. Since he sat South he made sure to he the declarer at diamonds. Then he managed to ^o down three tricks and. strangely enough, ihe only thing wrong with his play was Ihe result. He weni right up w i t h dummy's nee of hearts. There was no point in giving up a trick in t h i s suit. Then he led dummy's seven of diamonds to his king. Singleton queens have been known to drop on occasion. WHEN the queen failed to fall, he entered d u m m y .NORTH A A K 1 0 5 · J V + K1075 WEST EAST A 9 T 6 4 3 A J S V G 3 ¥ K Q S 5 2 · S 5 » Q 9 t + JS32 + Q 9 6 sorai (D) ¥ 9 7 4 * A K 10 6 S 2 * A ( Both vulnerable \Vel Xorth Kast South 1 » Pas-; 3 N T. P;,F-; 6 » Pass Pas* Pa^ Opening lead--V 6 INDEPENDENT (AMI PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM)--8-7 t o n j »t4Cli. CJIil . Tutl . ttb 31. Ml with ihe king OI clubs .inri led the jack of diamonds. I-.;isl played low. Our he:o rose with the ace and w.i down to hi.-, last chaiue. H:' played his i|iioen (if pades. led the deui'e of spaili's and called for dum- nn 1 '^; 10. K.isi won a s i n - prist- trick with ibe jack of spades and ihree more w i t h the king-queen of hearts and quei'ii of trumps. This is one lime when we sympathize with our friend. He hud taken the best percentage play for his contract but this lime, ihe best percentage pLt\ turned out to be a loser. I Aciv-rtiscmcnll for temporary UIII^^^D SORETHROAT due to n cold, t h e r e if · g e n t : * refreshing, yet potent oral ·nti".*ot'C (hat really work-.. And. if« mouthwash. too Nuptial dates announced Amatisto-Zapata On .lime M. .liirqiiHine Amatisto will exchange wedding vows wiih John Xapata. Parents of the * otiple a:e Mr and Mrs. l.uigi A m a t ' f t n . Paramount, and Mr. and Mrs. Adolf /.a- (i.ii.i. Ri.-.uirii.i Miss Amalisiu i* a gradual e of Paramount High School and Pamela Steven* Career College The f u t u r e bridegroom is a student at Pasadena City College. Offutt-Dohm Stacy Louis O t f i i i t . daughter of Mr and Mrs John \V. Offiitt. H u n t i n g ion Reach, will wed David A r t h u r Dohm. Suii of Mr. and Mrs. Martin B. Slatta. also of H u n t i n p t n n Bciich. May 2-t will he the wedding date. Court Marian to give awards Court Marian 1669, Cath oik Daughters of America, will present awards to wir - ners in i t s poetry and cs^ay contest a; S p m. Wedne 1 -- dsv '.? \Vo'td.Tr?n of frf \ V u r l d l t d l l . 11 W Plymouth si. Students from St. Bat nabas. .St. Athanasius and S;. Pancratius Schools uh mitted entries in ihe s;n-and national contest UMR2 :hetheme "What Patriotism Means 1.1 Me." Mrs. Joseph O'lia'ckn. chairman of edn .ation, will hi- in charge. 201 PINE AVE. it BROADWAY H 1 H U · M;I:» A JOB? M:I;» THAI \i\Cii? SHORT Ol I IMIS? I'n.t 9 M i i n l h x AI'Tiai l i r a i l i i i i l i n n l l i : i ) l Al o r K K M \ I , A S S I . S I I ( . MOHMM. - %i i h;M.MM»'\ - t:vi:MM: i i.\«*i. M'H I:II.MM; nr:uif.\«i\ NOW fORMINO--STARTS FE1. 10 Couple honeymoons on Hawaiian Islands EXPERIENCED DANCE INSTRUCTOR Combination Cliim: Tip, |B)|I|, fuadoimiitali, jan ocrobotic!. Snltjn Ag« 3 thru ??? Ma - Moth.r'i Worlouls .1 Or T.4K1XG EiVKOLUfEiYW » LIKDH CmiTEB 431-3031 SI. Andrew's Presbyterian Church was setting for 1 1 a.m. nuptials uniting Barbara Mae Kistle and John Wesley Combs Jr., son of Mrs. John b r i d e g r o o m ' s brother, Bradley Combs, was best man. Walter McGonigle and James Hoaseth seated guests. After a honeymoon in Hawaii, the newlyweds will reside at 1741 Sheffield Place, Newport Beach. itch itch ITCH CALAMATUM contains 5 anU itch ingredients plus pain-killing ben?o- caine to relieve pain fast. Cooling, soothing CALAMATUM relieves itching of minor shin irritation', and rashes, prickly heat, insect bites, poison ivy oak. (let nnn- greasy, non-staining CALAMATUM -aerosol, lotion or ointment. ALL OF THIS and 51.95 PRIME RIB, TOO Incredible . . . but a fact! You can enjoy luxurious surroundings with sparkling chandv- enderluin liers, spotless table linen plus succulent Prime Ribs flawlessly served from a cart far St.9S . . . Cocktail Lounge, too! You won't find this at a neighborhood family restaurant . . . only at the fabulous . . . TENDERLOIN, 4343 Atlantic Ave., Long Beach GA i-5533 MRS. J. W. COMBS JR. · Combs of Santa Ana, and the late Mr. Combs. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kislle. 3710 E. Esther St.. Long Beach, wore a long gown of Cham illy lace with silk organ;-..-! insei. trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. 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