The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 30, 1976 · Page 13
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 13

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, May 30, 1976
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ya-i a i ·oo : 0r : f ,,. i!S it C g.L f j n irer it S:e e tco:i ) shame-' :e= 57 Eft-era'O is', C'e-rer't 59 Covl 60 fi.ddj' DOWN 2 Sov.ei Sf«a- JO Cr, ol fjatChiru'S 1 1 rwest rum nam a n-.eno s /a Med c nai -i ?? Coal pan 35 Snt 40 Wg ma *3 r/c 4S Par 47 Ha, 32 A r pan of .ny pum 24 Evergreens ·an 25 Anow po so/ n city 34 O*iO'? r.g 5 G-tto^ finryrr.e 6 I-jrk.51 36 Hesi nosiesy 37 coltois 7 S p c e 30 Ulster 3t Temin ne i o' ci-. ten i 46 W drt slale 50 Kokos weapon ; Ma-rows /iai 52 DesiSI rcantr.j 5SKing [Sp 1 WIN AT BRIDGE Best play for top board NORTJ! * J 9 V A K 5 3 2 » K « 6 iJlu.? WEST 10 8 7 3 2 13 » A 51 * 8 6 5 4 SOUTH (I)) 4 A Q 4 » I 0 7 EAST » K 6 5 » q J 8 B 4 + J 10 7 3 * A K 9 7 2 North-South vulnerable North East South I* 1 » Pass 1 N.T. 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -- 3 A By Oswald James Jacoby You are playing a very normal three not rump contract in the finals of the blue ribbon pairs. You decide to play dummy's nine of spades at trick one and are rewarded by seeing East play the king. Now you are sure oi three spade tricks. You lay down your ace of clubs and the second nice tiling happens. East produces the queen. Now you are sure of 11 tricks and interested in scoring 12. One way to get 12 is to play- West for ace and one dia- BKCNTCNNIAL npcrs- The mantelet was a moveable shelter to protect men attacking a fortified place. The British engineer MoncrieEf used prefabricated mantelets in the 1776 Charleston expedition against the Americans. They were fi feet high, 14 feet long, stood on 3 feet, and look 18 men to carry. When put into place, the World Almanac Recalls, mantelets formed the inner walls of a battery or redoubt. For Monday, May 31, 1976 ARIES (March 21-AprH 19} To protect your intecesls and those ol roved ones, you may have to do some sharp negotiating today. Bargain Irom strength. TAURUS (April 20-Miy 30} Your attitude is a'l-importanl today. It you thir.k of something as being d ; E1icull, chances ais it will be. Optimism will enhance your success. GEMINI (M*y 21-Jun* 20) You're not Ukely to add to your bank account by takcng risky fong shots today, bulyou could profit from prudence and practicality. CANCER (June 21-July 22) The early par! ol the day. uncertainties could cause you a proWem As ihe day wears on your confidence w.ll increase. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22} You may^avetocieal vMh someone today whose methods are not very savory. The advantages are with you il you don't come down to thai level. VIRGO (Aug. 23-S«pl. 22) If y o u r d e s i r e s a r e only materialistic today you may suffer some disappo : ntmeflts. Consider taw you can enrich ynur soiM, too. LIBRA (S«p|. 23-Oct 32) Oir-.erswiUdo ihings lof you lo- day because (hey like you, not because they are coerced into it. Smiles, not snarls, w.ll win afres. in the courts The following caiei rcprewnt lime with Uoet or forfeiture! V ISO or more or where a Jill sentence has been imposed. JUDGE PAUL WILLIS Kalispell City Court B o n n i e W e i t o n , W h i t e f l s h , bad been charged in 1975 with driving while intoxicated, resisting arrest and contributing to the delinquency of a minor; DWI charge reduced to reckless driving, resisting arrest c h a r g e c h a n g e d t o obstructing an officer and contributing to delinquency of a minor charge dismissed,- attorney entered plea of guilty to two charged, fined J300 for reckless driving and $200 for obstructing an officer. Larry Smith, 33, Kalispell, disturbing the peace, pleaded guilty, agreed to accept counseling at the Alcohol Service Center for six months, 6-month county jail sentence suspended contingent upon Smith DMCtiaf cnuxelidf lenra. W*yne A. Covtjr, interfering with an officer, forfeited 1300 bond. Peter Schreurj, disturbing the peace, forfeited 1150 bond. Robert J. Mintoo, M, Kalispell, driving while intoxicated, pleaded guilty, 1250 f i n e , 5-day j a i l sentence suspended contingent upon attending alcohol school. Michael W. Ryan, 27, Kalispell, driving while intoxicated, pleaded guilty, $250 f i n e , 5-day j a i l sentence suspended contingent upon attending alcohol school. Thomas E. McDevitt, 26, Kalispell, driving while intoxicated, pleaded guilty, $250 fine, 5 days in jail. JUDGE GEORGE SHAY Columbia Falls Justice Court Wayne B. Flick, 53, Kalispell, second offense driving while intoxicated, pleaded guilty, $350; driv- ing without valid Montana driver's license, $25. JUDGE MARY RIEDEL Kallspell Justice Court LeRoy Foote, 17, Martin City, misdemeanor nonsupport, pleaded guilty, to pay UO per child per month ($100) to the Clerk of the District Court beginning June 5, payments may be made on the 5tb and 20th of each month, 6-monlh jail sentence suspended contingent upon payments be ; ing made. William S. Murray, 18, Whitefish, misdemeanor speeding, pleaded guilty, $50. Store closes The Montana State Liquor Store in the BtB Shopping Center will be closed until 1 p.m. Wednesday for inventory. The store also will be closed today, Monday and Tuesday for the Memorial Day holiday. A buffalo can weigh a tan and run 30 miles an hour according to National Geographic. Th, tW), krt*. M*, X, ItW »-1 HEY FOLKS.... JOHN'S GONE.' New Owners -- Completely Remodeled r APPEARING NICHTLYn The Comedy Team Of 'JACK and JILL" Dancing - Singing - Comedy Beginning 9 P.M. Fr*ih From Miami B«ach "NO INCREASE IN PRICES" u Fun For One -- Fun For All" COTTAGE INN K1LA Just 10 Minutes From Kalispell mond. The trouble with that line is that it just may turn out thai you will wind up with less than the 11 tops you are now looking at. There is another way to make those 12 tricks. If West holds the ace of diamonds and East the only heart stopper, you may develop a squeeze against East. So at tricX three you lead a spade to dummy's jack. Next cornes a diamond to your queen. East lakes his ace and leads a third spade. Now the squeeze develops if you remember to cash dummy's king of diamonds and run all your clubs. The last club forces East to establish your nine of diamonds or to unguard his queen of hearts. A Kansas reader wants to know just how good a bridge player President Eisenhower was. We will repeat the answer Oswald Jacoby gave to that question after playing with the President at ihe White House. Jacoby said he was a very good player, but if he hadn't had the responsibility of such things as commanding the Allied forces in Europe and running the United States, he would have been as good as anyone. byBanfceBedeOx)! SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Noi. 22) Try noMo lake yoyrsel! too senousty today. Laugh at your mistakes and the work! win laogb with you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-D«. 21) Rather than leave an important matter up to someone else to manage today, lake the re;ns yourself, though you'd prefer it to be otherwise. CAPRICORN (OK. 22-Jln. 19) Associate only wilh those whose interests ara in harmony with yours today, or you may find yourself involved in something you shouldn't oe part of. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) tf you have a tough task today, analyse ils potential problems in advance. Don't jump in over your head. PISCES (Feb. 20-H«rcJi 20) Try "Ot to be too possessive of someone you're very fond of today The looser the leash, the more responsive he'll be. Your Birthday May 31. 1975 Your material prospects look very encouraging this year, provided you don't involve yoiKSe.f in risky dyers with questionable people Stx^with sure things SAFEWAY MEMORIAL DAY VALUES! STORES WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY AND MONDAY MA Y3TM31 BEEF RIB STEAK TRIMMED RIGHT TO TASTE RIGHT GROUND BEEF IZ OZ. SIZE PACKAGE STERLING FRANKS TOWNHOUSE PORK N BEANS HAMBURGER or HOT DOG BUNS CRAGMONT CANNED POP PARTY PRIDE POTATO CHIPS 9 PZ. TRI PACK POTATO SAL AD MMOTH OLIVES RUSSET POTATOES U.S. NO. 1 tO Lt. BAG CHERRY TOMATOES U.S. NO. 1 GREAT IN SALADS HEAD LETTUCE U.S. NO. 1 SOLID HEADS 3 for MHOS EFKCTIVf MAT 90 TKW JWf 2 STO *f.!2!3SL 8 ··"· to 10 '·"· SUMMTS S A.m. TO 8 P.M. EXPtBS LANE OKN AT All TIMES KM 9 ITEMS M LESS AT SAFfWAT

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