The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 13, 1957 · Page 7
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 7

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, November 13, 1957
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^ - --·. Moira listened as Dwighf d e s c r i b e d the SWORDFISH'j visit fo New London. Conn., its home port. "Most of. the crew lived there, or in the general oreo. Like f did," he explained. "They had a religious service in the ship. It must have been very painful." Swimming and jotting with Moira, Dwight Towers told her of the cruise mode to the east coast of the United States bf the USS SWORDFISH, sister ship of the nuclear sub he "* £°" im .'noed. There vrcs nobody alive there?" asked Moira. I- No, replied Plight. "Vetr radioactive, too." u-12. In Honduras, mahogany trees are cut during the wet season by the light of the moon, because it is much cooler to work then. Overfr/cJc Is Defense Gift By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service South's three no-trump bid was the height of optimism, and when East doubled, South ran to four diamonds. East doubled that also and then forgot to set the contract. West o p e n e d the deuce of hearts. East won with the king and led his singleton trump. This was 13 WEST A A 6 5 V 1 0 7 2 4 9 2 * J 6 5 3 2 NORTH D A K J 9 8 3 1MB + K Q J 7 * K 9 EAST A Q 10 7 4 V A K 5 4 4 3 . * A 10 8 4 SOUTH V Q 9 6 3 + A 1 0 8 6 5 * *Q7 No one vulnerable North East South West 1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 3 4 Pass 3 NT. Pass. Pass Double 4 4 pass Pass Double Pass Pass Pass Opening lead-- V 3 won in dummy and the jack of hearts was led. East won with, the ace and decided that he could afford to lead another heart. He assumed that his partner held four hearts and saw no danger. South huddled awhile and finally went up with his queen. When West dropped the ten, South was home free. One of dummy's clubs went on that trick., The ace of trumps pulled West's remaining trump and the other'club went on the nine of hearts. Now all South had to lose was the ace of spades, but he didn't even lose that trick. He |led his singleton spade and West"ducked. Up went dummy's king and South had made an overtrick. I don't think much of East's double of four diamonds. He could not expect to hurt the contract and might well have been satisfied' to try to beat' it undoubted. I think less of his defense. He really shpuld have cashed his ace of clubs and hoped to find his partner with the ace of spades. True enough, the heart lead did not look dangerous, but he had nothing to gain by holding back his club trick. It was a lead-pipe cinch that he was not going to make two club tricks anyway the play developed. Q-- The bidding has been: North East South West 1 V Pass 2 4 Pass 3 V Pass ? You, South, hold: TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues with a bid of three 'spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Mostly Money What do you'bid? A-- Three heart*. This bid gives * good picture «f your hand. There may b« » slam, bat If so It is UP to your partner to utrt dlns Somers Announces Honor Students SOMERS - (ILNS) -- S o m e r s School has announced the honor roll for the first grading period of the year. No honor'roll is taken in the first grade,-but'honor students by other grades are: . ·. Second: Susan Vachal, Patricia Walker, James Drew and Richard Bergstrcm. Third: Douglas Doten and Janice Nelson. Fourth: High honor roll, Terry Bergstrom, and David Taylor; honor, roll, Judy Boon, Nancy -Eastman, John Clon- Inger, Dixie Kind, LJnda Lee and Jennifer Stoffregen. Fifth: Tracy llobertson, Joyce White, Leslie Van ilouten and Edwin Knadler. Sixth: Pamela Morln, Sylvia and Sandra Daley. Seventh: Linda Jensen, Linda Kolby, .Jerry Cox and Janis ;Alimn|.. Eight: Larry Lee arid anl Owea Rumiey. .READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Personal Loans To FH Your NMds First National Bank R»lt*MM. Montana ACROSS 1 Japanese money 4 Indian money 8 Impudent . 12 Hail! 1.3 Indigo . 14 Exchange premium 15 Bulgarian money 16 Priority 18 Built 20 Ascends 21 Regret 22 Discord goddess 24 Ostentation 26 Love god 27 Ha.ce course circuit 30 Shuns 32 Short Jacket 3 4 Forgive 35 Wild ass 36 Drink made with malt 37 Bird's home 39 Huge 40 Prescribed amount 41 Permit 42 More secure 45 Prompter '49 Rise above 51 Eggs 52 Evict 53 Formerly 54 Negative word 55 Amounts (ab.) 56 Dregs 57 Observe DOWN 1 Auction 2 Always 3 Quoth the raven," " 4 Adhesive 5 Arrow poison .6 Slag 6 r* t. A F* T R ? N E » E r* B A 9 T u R N £» E s. F ts D N o K *'/· y a L. U O w f ti N tt T R E /'/, vt. V 1 0 1_ U': '·::·:. A D E T C \H P H Si T */·/ R a T 9 E · R //* }% T A a. fs s N B J M T R R M 1 T B T N T ^ ;'·*' Fl A a F= ;% %,. ff l_ A P C. V 1 '·M f. A N N e P ^ N A B X O A N ^ M f* E! D A T m A R B n w i A r. F, T f, F* T ft Fl P n s 7 High priest 8 Where the franc is money ,$ Shield 10 Ceremony 11 Playthings 17 Prayer 28 War god 29 Harbor 31 Givers 33 Washed 38 Ca! " Obituaries 23 Mechanical man 24 Father 25 Egg-shaped 26 Hirelings 27 Government representatives 41 Burdens 42 Greek porch 43 Flowering p r ant . 14 Rapid- 46 Noun suffix 47 Cry of bacchanals 48 Grade 50 Mountain pass So" 13 8 It 10 II LeRoy James Cranston Funeral services for L e R o y James Cranston. 69, were Monday at Epworth Methodist Church, conducted by the Rev. Gordon Patterson, pastor, assisted by the Rev. Don Redfield of the Bigfork 'Methodist Church. Pallbearers were Edwin Pederson, Ben Gordon, Henry Bellefleur, Ray Estes, J. P. Button and L. J. Silliker. Burial was in Glacier Memorial Gardens. LeRpy James Cranston was born May 6, 1888, at Verndale, Minn., to Frank H'. and Clara Tree-Cranston. He grew up in Minnesota on a farm and on Sept. 10, 1907, married Miss Helen Mahala Da- Pron at St. Paul. After a year there, they/moved to Northfield, Minn., and in 1918 to Shell Lake, Wis. They returned to Minnesota 7 fT fry Inter Lake Classifieds · They Get Results - 2 Lines IWeek $1.50 in 1924 and three years 'later moved to Flint, Mich., where Mr. Cranston was employed as a mechanic in auto manufacturing. · His health failed there and he came West, first to Arizona and tthen to the Flathead in 1945. He lived on the East Lake Shore three years and then moved to the farm at Creston Where he had lived since 1948. He died in Kalispeli Nov. 8. He is survived by his wife, Helen, at home; three children, , Mrs. Natalie Mather, Francis D. 'Cranston and LeRoy Cranston, all 'of Kalispell; five grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Otto Mikkelson of Coleharbor* N. D., and Mrs. Ralph Kleeberger of Claremont, Minn. THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, November 13, 1957 7- During the Civil War, persons seeking government positions in order to escape military service were dubbed "payroll patriots." 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