B.-INPEPENDENT (AMI tons Â»M(Jv Calif., Wed., eta. U, 1W PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) NUBBY KNIT DRESS WINS ZONTIANS' APPROVAL . . . Model Katie Albright (left), Margaret Wyiin, Pauline Gibson. --Slall Photo by TOM SHiW JACOBY Play by South is failure in score This is the son of hand that will make strong men weep. That is, any strong man who is also a go:.d bridge pliyer and plays seven c'ubs and goes o'own two i ricks in spite of the K'ct that he adopted a line o! play that ''ig- uied to work SO per cent o! the iir.'.e. Things start quietly enough. Declarer wins Ihe heart lead and draws trumps with two leads. As anyone can see a simple spade finesse will end all problems. DOOLEY'S Red Hot Special! FAMILY SIZE Â·Â· Whirlpool REFRIGERATOR * FREEZER Choice of White, Copper- tone or Avocado in right or left hand doors. Deluxe models with full width crisper. Aii porcelain interior. =125 FREE DELIVERY. 1-YEAR SERVICE AND 5-YEARS WARRANTY ON SEALED REFRIGERATION SYSTEM. DOOLEY'S Hardware Mart 5075 IONC BEACH BtVD -NORTH LONG BEKCH WITH THE CLUBS Women to see garden plan Style shows are in vogue Live tulips bloomed on the tables and stunning handknit creations for day into evening were paraded through Petroleum Club when 7. o n l a of Long Beach staged its annual fashion show, dubbed "Fountain of Youth." Helen Tebo, president of Zonta Club -- a classified service organization for business and professional women -- greeted the 150 members attending. The fashion show followed luncheon and a musical program arranged by Henri Scanlon. Pro- coeds will go to Zonta philanthropies, a m o n g them Armed Services YMCA, Beachcomber Center for Handicapped Yoiuh and Zonta International's Amelia Karharl Fellowships. Gibson, show was assisted in Peggy Wynn, Cook. Mary the USC Chapter House. Coordinated by Mrs. Lawrence A. Collins Jr. of Long Beach and Mrs. Wayne Linscott, the show will feature dawn to dusk fashions for "A Girls' Life al College." Proceeds will augment scholarship payments. WRITERS CLUB Mrs. Helen U. 1 licks. Lung Beaih author of TV scripts for "Bonanza" since 19C5, will be guest speaker for Writers Club at 1 p.m. Thursday in Woman's City Club, 1309 E. Third St. Mrs. Hicks, currently working on a comedy script of leen-age problems on the frontier, will discuss her own methods' and writing problems. The public is welcome. AAUW Long Beach Branch, Pauline chairman, plans by Margaret Noonan tie. and Clara Chris- KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA More than 100 invitations have been sent by Tau Delta Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma Mothers' Club to a benefit fashion show Thursday in This is ,i fiO per cent play Dill he has something better in mind. He cashes the ace-king of spades because there is better than an 18 per cent chance of the queen falling. He doesn't drop the queen but he still has a very good play left, lie leads the 10 of diamonds, j,oes up with dummy's ace and returns the queen. If East, holds the king of diamonds South is going to be able to establish two more diamond 1 ricks to discard his two NORTH A 1 0 9 4 V A K U 4 A Q J 9 26 WEST K.AST v Q j 10 s ;Â» v si 7 2 4 K G 4 4 3 7 5 3 2 + 62 *73 SOUTH (D) A A K J S Â¥5-1 410 North-South vulnerable West North East Soutli 1* Pass : 4 Fuss 3* Pass 4 * Pass 4* Pass 5 V 'Pass 7 Â£ Pass Pass Pass Opening lead-- V Q losing spades. Unfortunately for his pl.in, West produces the king of diamonds and leads a spade for the second setting trick. ON THE O T H E R HAND, if South had played dummy's queen of diamonds instead of the ace the finesse would have worked. The ace of diamonds would have provided one spade discard. 'I hen he would have l u f f e d the next diamond. V/esl's king would have fallen and the last diamond would have provided the discard for Ihe last spade. Why wouldn't this line ol play be just as good as Ihe finesse against East? Because t h e f i n e s s e against East would win provided East held the king of diamonds. The finesse against West would only win if West held the king and one diamond or the king and two diamonds, as was the case. Fragrance For active skiers, try sprinkling baby powder or scented talcum into ski boots to keep them and you nicely fragrant. American Association of University Women, will galher Saturday at 9:15 a.m. in Chart Room of California State College. Brunch at 10 o'clock will be followed by a talk, on "In My Father's Hands" by Wendell C. Black, president of Los Angeles Harbor College. LAKEWOOD JAYCETTKS Mrs. Nick Hooper has been elected president of Lakewood Jaycettes to complete Ihe uncxpired term of Mrs. Jack Diamond. Mrs. Mike Wallace joins her as recording secretary. SONS OF VETERANS Auxiliary 20 to Sons of Union Veterans will hostess Miriam Wilcox, department president, on her o f f i c i a l visit Friday. Luncheon al 11:30 a.m. at the YWCA, 550 Pacific Ave., will precede the meeting. HOLY TRINITY Annual mother-daughter fashion show for Holy Trinity Mothers Club will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday in the school auditorium. 1226 W. Santa Cruz St.. San Pedro. Proceeds, aocurding to Mrs. Jerry I a-el.s, chairman, will jjo 10 purchase a control reader for use in speed reading and comprehension. KIWI CLUB Services for the Blind will reap proceeds from "Marchin" Magic," luncheon fashion show planned Saturday at Saddleback Inn, Santa Ana. Hostess will be members of Anaheim Chapter of Kiwi Club, composed of former American Airline steward- Women's D i v i s i o n , Greater Lakewood Chamber of Commerce- will meet Thursday noon in the Terrace Room of Lakewood Country Club, 3101 Carson Ave. Mrs. Regis Jeffries will present the landscape architect's proposed drawing of the living "Garden of Friendship" to be planted adjacent to the Pan-American Room in Lakewood City Hall. After luncheon, members will package gifts for Lakewood servicemen in Vietnam. Families of such servicemen are asked to submit names and addresses to Lakewood Chamber uf Commerce. esses. EVIRY TUESDAY and THURSDAY FAMILY SPECIALS! 0 Xltf I*\ Â© FROM 4 P.M. TO CLOSING r^_t^fl IS BUCK NIGHT AT GRANTS You? CAoicf-" ROAST IEEF AU JUS ROAST TURKEY DINNER GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN HAM STEAK HAWAIIAN with Potltm/ Chotct of Vegetable ?r Cr.imr Coit SUw, Roll Â»M iultcr $100 1 4550 ATLANTIC AVE., BIXBY KNOLLS OpÂ«i Man. thru Frl. 1 A.M.-I P.M.-- Sot. t Sun. t A.M.-7 P.M. Careers discussed at benefit brunch Mrs. Robert Finch, discussing a wife's role in politics, will he among the guest speakers Saturday at a Career festival Brunch presented by the alumnae association of the Gamma Kappa Them sorority at Occident a l College. A social h a l l - h o u r will precede the 11 a.m. brunch, to he held at the Biookside Park Golf Club restaurant in Pasadena. Active in planning the fund-raising event, which supports the Florence Brady scholarship presented annually to the college, are Mrs. Neal Archer and Mrs. James Stevenson of Long Beach. Author Roth uncovers new shopping world Looking lor a dog psy- chialrisi? A cat hoiclV Ostrich plumes':' Or chocolate-covered antsV These sought-after items and many more -- in all categories Â·-- can be found in Beulah Roth's best-selling book, "Los Angeles -An Unusual Guide to Unusual Shopping," which the author herself will discuss Thursday al Buffum's "Meet the Author" series. Reservations for the 2:30 p.m. leclure, under the direction of literary critic and lecturer Carlotla Williams, can be made by contacting Buffum's Terrace Room restaurant, Pine Avenue and Broadway. Mrs. Roth has wrilten books with Aldous Huxley, Leonard Spiegelgass, her producer-brother, and with her famous photographer husband, Sanford Roth. Her successful shopper's guide, now in its fifth printing, is the result of extensive t r a v e l l i n g through Los Angeles by car; in more than 20,000 miles she has found more than 1,000 unusual shops and services for the average housewife. A Beauty Hint Margaret Merril advises that it is quite simple for every -woman to promote an English countryside complexion. Her liint to gain a peaches-and-cream loveliness is to damp a cloth with cold water from, your refrigerator -and press it over your face for a few minutes once or twice a day. Then, to hold the good of the complexion - beautifying cold water, smooth on tropical oil of Olay. This oil is rather scarce and expensive, but your cirug store should be able to get you a supply. Month INVENTORY CLEARANCE SAL every store OFF! CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE 4260 Atlantic Avenue-BIXBY KNOLLS FLOORED . . . By Car Repair Bills? can'i come in give us a call --in automotive service we stand tall! BIG SAVINGS NOW ON ... Â· Auto, transmiiiion work Â· Air conditioning service 5) Â· Electronic luneup Â· Alignment Â· Brakes FREE DIAGNOSIS Holding Dn. O.AX.-AII Ctcdil Cords 22 Years Experience \Â£Uon2 Â»UIOÂ¥Â«IIC TMBSMISIION SM(IUISI Til ,1Jjn,i tf (Mill 11 ll.r in! l!:j li ,1iÂ« 2800 E. Pacific Csl. Hwy. Long Bench Â· 439-0231 . OPEN MONDAY 9:30 till 9P.M. PLENTY FREE PARKING Â·FREE- $1.95-$3.95FINE DOUBLE KNIT BANLON NYION PRINTS 45 W1DE WASH WEAR DRIP DRY-NO IRON $3.95 FINE RE-EMBROIDERED LACES FOR DRESSES, FORMALS, BLOUSES, ASSORTED COLORS 1 87 yd. 36" WIDE SCOOP! $1.45 TO $1.95 VALUES Â· HAND BLOCKED Â· POLISHED COTTON Â· PRINTS RUFFTEX Â·RAYON SLUB . TWEED SUITING Â· NOVELTIES Â· LARGE ASST. Â· GOOD LENGTHS [Â·ON 50! 45" WIDE Â· VINYL Â· LEATHERETTE $]57 LOOKS I . I K K K K A I . I . K A T I I K H UtOIM.K.WIHS KOK COATS, JACKKTS UPHOLSTERY 54" W I D E yd. $2.45 CREASE RESIST IMPORTED 100% PURE LINEN PRINTS 1 S I 37 yd. BEAUTIFUL NEW PRINTS 36" TO 45" WIDE $1.95 NO IRON ARNEL TRIACETATE JERSEY PRINTS BEAU TM L 87! ASSORTMENT 45" WIDE VISIT Â· OUR Â· BRIDES' - DEPT. IMPORTED LACES-TRIMS LET US HELP YOU MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS MOTHER'S BRIDESMAIDS BRIDAL PARTIES FREE PARKING HOME SILK SHOP 5599 ATLANTIC AVE., NORTH LONG BEACH PHONE 428-4666 636-4485 MONTH 69' FINE COTTON FLANNEL 45 ,, W1DE PRINTS LARGE ASST. $1.95 FINE COTTON PIQUE ALL COLORS FINE COTTON ASST. PIQUE WASH WEAR 45" WIDE $1.95DACRON/COTTON DACRON POLYESTER DOTTEDATc ruiicc wf d 45" WIDE SWISS 79 C FINE BURLAP JUTE LARGE ASST. OF COLORS 38" WIDE $1.45 ABSORBENT TERRY _^ CLOTH 79' PRINTS Â«Â·Â«.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month