Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 9, 1963 · Page 40
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 40

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, May 9, 1963
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Chess Playing with The Masters vs. If yea were Koltafwwsk!, what wmld fat ywtt next move? Rules §*ftd A postcard with the »ovi you would make if you ware KoltanowsM (white chess»*«) to Chess iContest, the AH«RA Republic, Box 2406, Phoe- tlx2. Your card must bear the «u»b«f of the move and must b* postmarked before noon to- morfew. Your moves will be Awarded four, three, two or one point by Koltanowski. the Republic player who In the estimation of Koltanowski has scored the highest number Of points at the conclusion of the match will win $50. other top-winning players will receive White: Koltaflowsld's 22nd move was R-QN2 Black: Keres Answered with P-N3 magnetic chess chess books. boards and Notes on Move No. 22: "Well calculated to keep the game in suspense," says Kolta- "If 22 ... &N8; QS-M, N-R4; 24. B-S 25. ftNL ORXJ1; 2«. 8*, 27. fiXR, RxQ; 28. RxR, Aftd White should have it easy." of Plfst a Motest 1.P-Q4 1P-QB4 1P-KN3 4.B-N2 6.P-K4 ?.P^5 8.N-K2 10.6-0 12.NxN 13.S-Q2 15.B-K3 16.P-KB4 17.R-B2 IS.PxB 19.P-K5 20.Q-K1 21.8-KBt 22.R-QN2 P-KN3 B-N2 P-<J4 NxP K-N5 P-QS3 PxP Q-R4 P-QS NS-S3 NxN Q-Q1 o-o B-K3 B-B5 BxN Q-R4 KR-Q1 B-Q4 Q-R5 P-N3 AEC to Fire S Small WASHINGTON (WI) Atomic Energy Commissk* said yesterday that three subkilotoft detonations, two at them ftucleaf, win be set 6ff at its NevadA est site tills month as part of A Defense Department research program. One nuclear device and A chew- eal high explosive With A short* ived radioactive trace* will be detonated as ground burst*, flie other explosion will be la i shAl- ow underground emplacement the AEC said that most of th* radioactive particles produced by the blasts are expected ta fall back to earth inside the test site. It said the three detonalons were auhori/ed so the Defense Department can conduct "varied effects experiments," The two urface detonations, it said, will provide comparative information on the effects of nuclear and chemical high explosives. Court Orders New Trial For Convicted Panderer 32, A *£S M Sup $ em S ^ ?***% ordered A new trial for A «M* «ttft csnvtetsd of reertving the eatings of A prostitute. Th8 ftiW ffiil «t* ordered tsseaus* th* trial court Allowed testimony Afctftft a pftor burglafy convfctioft. * Alteft Edward Kelliftgtoft was convicted by a jury In Maricopa County Superior Court presided o^ref by Judg» Jade D. H. Hays. However, Kelllngtoii declined to take the stand in his own defense and oft this point hinged the high court's decision for retrial. The opinion was written by Justice Lorna Lockwood. Justte* Lodcwood said the only time A defendant'i past criminal record can b* Aired Ui when he take* the stand then th« prosecution cafl bring Out his prior conviction! Ai « meant of Impeach- nent. "We have consistently held that he Accused's record of conviction of A priof felony is only admissible for impeachment purposes after he takes the stand and then it is limited in tcope," Justice Lockwood opined. Doll is JFK In a Rocker LOS ANGELES (UPI)-A new Japanese-made doll, A foot-high likeness of President Kennedy sitting in A wooden rocking chair, goes on the market next month. The spring-wound toy, whfch has A wardrobe ranging from A football uniform to A full-dress suit, will sell for about $6.95. When you wind it up, the JFK doll rocks and plays the tune, "Happy Days Are Hera Again." Designer and distributor Pascal Kamer of Los Angeles, said 20,000 of the dolls had been ordered in advance. ******* Tfct Repabtk NOW More Than Ever Your One Soured for all your Lighting Requirements! Charge It... 30, 60, 90 Day* 1143 E. McDowell Special Sized accessories... A. 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Shown right upper, strapless bra Magicloud lined, under- wired cups that gently raise and round the bust. Banlon Nylon lace and stretchable Lycra® spandex keep bra comfortable in place. Convertible straps for off-shoulder or halter necklines. White, A 32-36, B & C 32-38. 5.95 Shown lower right, "Jeune Fille" look in our strapless torso- lette, Magicloud, Banlon and Lycra all added together for the perfect foundation under small-waisted, bare-shoulder styles. Detailed with dainty French scallops and built-in comfort. Detachable garters. White, A 32-36, B & C 32-38. 15.00 FOUNDATIONS, SECOND Daniel Green f ,, Bare- Toe Fashions for Mother A gift so wonderful to own and so easy to wear . . . new sandals for casual living in or outdoors! Embroidered linen fabric with cushion insole. A. Vegas wedge, beige or white 6.00 B. Holiday "low' wedge, beige 550 WOMEN'S SHOES, STREET OPiN WEDNiSDAY TILL 6 PM THURSDAY 9i30 A,M, to" » P,M, DIAMOND'S PARK CENTRAL, CR 9-4431, Open Monday. 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