The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 17, 1957 · Page 8
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-8 THE INTER LAKE, November 17, 1957 Luck Is Not All in Breaks BY OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service Today's hand is reminiscent ol the classic bridge story of the kibitzer who criticized the bidding severely. When it was pointed out that the contract had been made he retorted, "Sure, but you played it wrong!" The six-diamond contract is a bad one. The hand should have Immanuel Lutheran Home News Capt. Ogg Recalls Ditching Of Pan American Airliner POLSON (ILNS) -- Capt. Richard Ogg, Pan American Airways pilot, who made the famous emergency landing in the .mid-Pacific Oct. 16, ing so that they are prepared to meet almost any emergency, which may arise. He said that on this flight the plane was about halfway Post to Feature Aronson's Story HELENA. (UP) :-- Goy. J. .Hugo Aronson will be featured in the Dec. 7 issue" of' Saturday 'Evening Post, Darrell Coover, Aronson's executive 1956, wtib 27 passengers and crew (between Honolulu and San Fran-' Our family is growing. .Mrs. I Mrs. Carrie Gatzmier of Havre Bella Killalea of Scobey has come and her mother, Mrs. Cecilia Alto live at the home. We welcome w e ' o f Oilmont, visited with Mrs. her to our group and will be happy .here. . hope she;Christine Dunham on Nov. 8. NORTH (D) 16 If 32 4 J98 * K J 8 WEST £ 6 5 2 V 10 8 7 6 4 EAST A 8 4 3 V A K Q J 4 7 6 2 SOUTH AQ10 * 95 4 A Q 105 43 No one vulnerable Korth East South West 1 * - Pass 2 4 S 4 Pass -5N.T. S* Pass 3 4 Pass Pass Opening lead-- *£ · Pass Pass Pass } Mrs. Margaret Bjornby had as her guests over last weekend her two daughters, Mrs. Olea Sklnlov of Spokane and Mrs. Margaret Bjornby of Helena. The Rev. W. LeRoy Elster, pastor of Calvary L u t h e r a n Church of Evergreen, conducted services at the Home last Sunday. played at four spades. However, the fault lies with North. His rebid should have been two spades, not three diamonds. Mrs. Oscar Engebritson, Mrs. Norman Stedje and Mrs. E. W. Iverson met at the Home last Monday afternoon for a prayer ' and song service. This will be a 1 weekly meeting, each Monday at members aboard, told of his experience at the Poison Rotary Club meeting Wednesday. He was accompanied by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Leu A. Ogg of East Lake Shore of Flathead Lake,' formerly of Missoula. Capt. Ogg said that crews of all trans-oceanic passenger airplanes are given special emergency train- of women met and worked a full cisco when the emergency, caused! of two of the four at about 3:30 a.m:! afternoon in 3:30 p.m. in the east sun parlor.'piecing An invitation is extended to all rags, interested persons to attend the services. quilts the and by the failure engines, arose At the midway point, he said there ! is a Coast Guard vessel always present to assist in rescue operations, if- needed, and to aid plane navigators with weather reports and other data to help them get a fix on their location. Capt. Ogg said he cruised in the vicinity of this ship until after daylight, both so he could see to secretary, announced. Aronson, a Swedish Federal Judge Sentences John Kasper KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) -- A federal court judge has sentenced segregationist John Kasepr to. six the total federal time given to Kasper. He started serving a one*year term last month on a previous con- interference with school integration at Clinton, Tenn. U. S. District Judge Robert L. _. _ . . . immlgrai t Taylor refused to grant a new trial \yho became governor of the third to Kasper and six other defendants convicted of charges stemming from additional months in jail for con- tempt conviction handed . down by tempt of the injunction .prohibiting Taylor, The women voted to meet one day a week for a sewing club. Mrs. Norman Stedje was at the Wednesday at 2 p.m. all of the Last Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Bjornstad of Whitefish showed another group of pictures of Norway to residents of the Home. ! Home last Tuesday play the piano group singing. for evening an hour A welcome donation of three sewing machines has been made to the Home. The machines have women of the Home are invited to hobby room' here to land to reduce hls fuel sewing carpet load and Hghten lhe plane " He praised the crew and passengers highly, saying there was no evidence of panic. He laid this to the training of the crew and their calmness in telling the passengers how to prepare for the landing and largest, state in the union, will be the subject of a feature story telling of before and after his rise tn the post of Montana's chief executive VYUUl^ll \JL LUC J.1WJ11G *IA C J" V J . V C U IVJ * * » the meeting. Refreshments were how to escape from the plane after served at the meeting. close of the first Mr. and Mrs. Lyonais and family and Mr. and Mrs. Art Smith On Veterans Day, Nov. 11, an interesting ceremony was con- [ already been put to good use. Mrs. J and family helped their mother, ducted at the Home. Mrs. Emma Schaller presented a flag to be used in the lobby and also gave a tribute to the flag and origin of the creed. The flag was accepted by Harry Westley, superintendent of the Home. landing. He down added he about a planned to third of a come mile _ ,, , , ,,, .,, _ . D. Gordon Kognlien gave a brief 5?:TM rsyjs s^sr- lhe s '°" would have cooked his goose right away. He won the lead -with dummy's jack and led the jack of diamonds. East played low and South went right up with the ace. This dropped West's singleton king and South made 13 tricks. There were cries of "Horseshoes" and "Did you get a peek?" South accepted the good luck but claimed correctly that he had made the right play. He pointed out that he did not need to jpick up the king of diamonds to win the hand as long as East held three of that suit. Here's how the play would have gone if "West's singleton diamond had been a small one: South would have run spades. He would ditch a heart on the third spade and lead a fourth. East's best play would be to trump low. In that case South would overruff, lead the queen of- clubs and overtake with dummy's king. The fifth spade would now allow a discard of his one remaining heart. of dlfferent Iverson brought several boxes of quilt and rug material to the Home and an enthusiastic group from the Coast Guard ship, estimating that the plane would then coast close to the ship. However, he said Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, celebrate the plane nose-dived and stopped her 74th birthday with a cake and^aunost immediately, righting itself coffee party at the Home. jlater. colonies and the adoption of our flag. He spoke of the significance of the ceremony on Veterans Day' and explained why the name was. changed from Armistice Day. ' ' | The group sang the National, Anthem, followed by the pledge of j allegiance, led by Dr. H. O. Bratsberg. Mauritz Ekstrand sang 'a solo and led group singing, acconv- panied at the piano by Mrs. Norman Stedje. ~ I Mrs. Bratsberg and Mrs. E. W. Iverson served refreshments to the group at the close of the ceremony. State to Survey Airport Aid Needs HELENA (UP) -- Montana's Aeronautics Commission lias · been __ told that the Treasure State will East would""~maie"~hiV tj ? ke part next month .in . a national Pass Pass Pass king of diamonds but that would be all. Q -- The bidding has been North East South 1 V Pass 2 * · 3 · Pass 3 V 3 * P ass 4 * 5 4- Pass ? You. South, hold: . . ,*87 V K J 6 4 Q 1 0 9 6 5 *A.QJ What do you do? A -- Bid six diamonds. This bid 3s somewhat of a. gamble but your partner took ibc trouble io ishow the ace of spades before ..fnmpins to five diamonds. At ·worst the slam will depend on a finesse. TODAY'S QUESTION You have the same hand. After vour two-diamond response, your partner has bid two spades. What 'io you do? . . . Answer airport survey to obtain information of federal-aid needs for 1he next four* .years. S t a t e ; Aeronautical Director Frank Wiley said 67 Montana communities would be contacted on the survey. The present federal aid air* port program terminates June 31, 1959, he said. \ .. : · ' ' . . "Another "report to the. commission said airport projects were being developed to serve Plentywood, Rock Creek, Lincoln, Fort Benton, White Sulphur Springs, Sweetgrass, Jordan, East Glacier Park and Miles City. . · . These projects vary in character, Wiley said, and- include projects which will be developed by use of federal funds, state funds and community funds. The United States uses 20 times ns much oil per capita as the peo- 5le of the rest of the \Vorld. Termaat's SKI COURSE Equipment for Sale new and Used Open Evenings Weekends 10 Miles East of Kalispell 1 Mi. So. of Lake Blaine Road Youngstown 66" CABINET SINK Includes: · DOUBLE BOWL · DOUBLE DRAIN BOARD · CHROME FAUCETS · CRUMB CUP ·STRAINER · V HANDLES ON DOORS Regular $199.95 Now at the Unheard of Price of SHOP! COMPARE! 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