Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 6
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PAGE 6 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30,.1963, 'Become \A Qharter 'jMember, £n/6y YEARS OF GOLF FREE When You Purchase a Fine CORONA Home! Here is an unprecedented offer worth more than $950 to the next 50 buyers of CORONA homes. Five years of golf--for husband AND wife--absolutely free of any playing fees! CORONA'S beautiful golf course is under construction NOW. It will be ready for play on August I. If you are one of the first 50 to buy a CORONA home on or after April 25, 1963, you and your wife can enjoy year-ardund golf at CORONA for five years FREE! If you are not golfers, transfer this free privilege to the couple of your choice. Fine CORONA Homes-Close to the Golf Course- Can Be Purchased For As Little As S 350 Down! TAXES are LOWER -much LOWER at Corona HERE ARE THE FACTS: CORONA plan 1 "The Arizonan" Price: $10,950 CORONA plan 2 "The Texan 1 Price: $12,500 TAXES: $16.05 per month $192.60 per year TAXES: $17.27 per month $207.24 per year CORONA plan 3 "The lllini" Price: $12,950 TA VCC* I \AC*5» month $211.80 per year CORONA plan 4 "The Caiifornian" Price: *14,250 TA YCC* * 19 - 88 P« momh I MACO* $238.56 per year IT'S TRUE--TAXES ARE MUCH LOWER AT CORONA! They're lower because CORONA has been planned specifically for mature adults; planned without schools; without assessments; without UNNECESSARY taxes of any kindl Visit IJucsoris LTVewesf and cCoveiiest Suburb Uoday. Qet the IJax ~3acts!. Take any south-bound Tucson through-street to Benson Highway (U.S. 80); travel east to fully-paved Houghtbn Road; turn right (south) to CORONA Retirement Community Our mail address: 2607 East Broadway Our telephone: 623-5758 Sheinwold On Bridge i ·., . x-.;.... ···· i';: : -i -· · v.;, " ;"··'. . o By ALFRED 'SHEINWOLD In a well-behaved bridge hand you can expect a finesse to succeed. If you have two finesses the odds are 3 jo 1 that at least one of them will work. The trouble is that even long shots sometimes come in; you sometimes have a hand in which no finesse works. ; , South dealer , North-SouUvrvUlnenLble NORTH 4 Q J 6 V K 8 7 3 O K 8 5 * A 6 3 WZST v EAST 4 K 7 5 2 ' . : 4 9 8 4 3 V A 6 4 V S 0 Q J 10 6 V O 9 4 3 4 9 7 ·'. . * K 8 5 4 2 ' SOUTH * A 10 Q J 10 9 2 Sotrih 1 C? 4 A 7 2 4. Q J 30 West North Pass 3 ^ All Pass' Pass Opening lead -- 0 Q West opened the queen of diamonds and South was as happy as a dog with two dinners as he looked at the dummy. He had a finesse in each black suit-and the contract was safe if either finesse worked. South took the first diamond with the ace and led a trump. West grabbed the ace of hearts on the run and returned the jack of diamonds to knock, out dummy's king. "You'll sprain your wrist playing so fast," South chided him airily. And declarer drew two more rounds of trumps. South next tried the spade finesse, losing to the king. West happily cashed a diamond trick and now the con- tract depended on the ciub finesse.:/ M ; . · ; / . ' : . / - Souths'Mi ''his first twing* when ha tested' the clubs; East looked too happy. Sure enough, East turned up with the king of clubs and South had lost a trick in each suit. Down one. , , South made his mistake when he looked at the dummy and assumed' that a finesse was going to work. .Correct play assures the contract regardless of the finesses. Declarer should win the hret; diamond, with the t ace, cash the ace of spades''and then give up a spade trick. He wins the diamond return with dummy's king a n d cashes the queen of spades to get rid or a diamond. Having disposed of his diamond loser, South cap affo^ to lose a spade, a trump and a club. For Shelnwold's 36-page booklet, "A Pocket Guide to Bridge," send 5^ cents to Bridge Book, Tucson Daily Citizen, Box 3318, Grand Central Station, New York 17, N.Y. Copyright 193 Sine* 1KU -- RODIGS -- TUCSON OPTICAL SERVICE MA. J-1W1 MM VAU.3Y NATIONAL »LO9. PARK K' SHOP FRER Guard ut o . . . UfiULnihway resurfacing la complete*! ;'a't .Tucson jMunlci- pa! .Xl'niortV; tJi'eY 162nd Fighter Group, Air ^National; ' dtiard, has transferred flight operations to Davis-Montnah AFB. All flights of thep|uard's 20 FlOQ^Super {Safere Jet fighters will be made from the ! base until June 1, · when most of the guard's planes and persqri- nel 'go on summer encampment in Utah. ^ ' Air Guard flights/ will be coordinated and directed by Davis - Mbnthan's operations center. ; The municipal airport's 12,000-foot runway has been closed to jet traffic" during re- paving operations. ',.;! ;·, RELAXATION CENTER /* o/so fhe home of, _ CONN organ It'* to relaxing Making · : · Magnificent Music .Dial 3254981.now for the free proof lesson Broadway ·' · ORGAN CENTER 4530 £. Broadway' PARKING SPECIALS EFFECTIVE TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY LIMIT 'I!!?- OPERATED BY E, C, MARQUES SON 2508 IV. Campbell Phone E A 6-2885 · GENE AERTS OFFERS OLD FASHIONED BUTCHER SERVICE ... ALL MEATS CUTTO YOUR ORDER THE WAY YOU LIKE'lT. VSDA AGED SELECTED BEEF! 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