Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 26
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PAGE 28 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1963 Sheinwold On Bridge By ALFRED SHEINWOLD This is the time of year to Rive your dogs a good workout. Give them a deck of cards to sniff and see if they can track down the criminal in today's hand. South dealer North-South vulnerable NORTH A A 4 2 3 Q 5 4 2 O 9 6 5 3 * 6 2 WEST EAST A 8 5 3 * 7 ? J 10 9 ? K 8 7 3 O J 8 7 2 O Q 1 0 4 * A J 7 A Q 10 9 8 4 SOUTH 4 K Q J 10 9 6 S7 A 6 O A K A K 5 3 Sottth \Vtst North East 1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 4 4t All Pass Opening lead -- y J West opened the jack of hearts, declarer played the queen from dummy and East covered with the king. South won with the ace of hearts, led a spade to dummy's ace and returned a club, losing the king to West's ace of clubs. West returned a t r u m p , stepped up with the jack of clubs at the next trick and returned another trump to take the last trump out of dummy. South eventually lost a third club trick, but broke even on the score because of his 100 honors. Don't let your dogs chew up everybody at the table. At least one player was innocent of all wrongdoing. See if you can spot the guilty player or players before you let the hounds off the leash. South was the chief criminal, for he had a sure thing after the heart opening lead. South should lead a low club from his hand at the second trick instead of using up a trump to lead clubs from the dummy. If the opponents return a trump, South wins and leads a second club. If they again return a trump, South wins and leads his last club to ruff with dummy's ace of spades. Then South can get back with a high diamond to draw the last trump. He loses only one heart and two clubs. You can't really call West a criminal for his opening lead, but you might let your favorite dog take one bite. If West opens a trump, he can stop South from ruffing a club in dummy. It's hard for West to know that he must lead a trump at each oppor- t u n i t y, but he does have strength in each side suit, so the trump lead is indicated. North and East get off scot free. Even a bridge player is sometimes innocent. QUESTION--Partner opens with one spade and the next player passes. You hold: spades 8 5 3 , hearts J 10 9, diamonds J 8 7 2, clubs A J 7. What do you say? Answer--Bid 1 NT. This shows about six to 10 points, lacking the kind of trump support needed for a raise of the major suit. For Sheinwold's 36-page booklet, "A Pocket Guide to Bridge," send 50 cents to Bridge Book, Tucson Dally Citizen, Box 3318, Grand Central Station, New York 17, N.Y. Copyright 1943 Rule Benefits Peacetime Veterans Many peacetime veterans who have suffered service- connected disabilities w i l l benefit under a rule which went into effect Oct. 14, 1962, the assistant director of the Arizona Veterans Service Commission said today. According to Louis J. Klohe of the Commission, the rule extends to peacetime veterans the benefits of VA's wartime Vocational Rehabilitation Bill. Klohe said veterans entitled to the benefits are those who sustained service - connected disabilities w h i l e i n t h e Armed Forces d u r i n g the period between World War II and the Korean conflict, and since Feb. 1, 1.955. "One difference between the wartime law and the new law is the fact that a peacetime veteran with a disability rated less than 30 per cent must have a 'pronounced employment handicap' in order to qualify for vocational rehabilitation," Klohe said. "Another Important change Is that there is no time limit or final date for benefits under the new law." OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK (Except El (on) 9:30-9 9:30-6 Tu«».-Thur*.Sal. 3651 E. BROADWAY Prices Effective May 1, 3, 4, 5 OXFORD PLAZA 10-9 Daily 10-6 Sunday CAMPBELL PLAZA 6335 i. «ND STREET 2828 N. CAMPBELL Banana Flavored MARSHMALLOW PEANUTS 13-oz. 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