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Wilion Manors Council s-c FT. LAUDERDALE SUNDAY NEWS, August It. 1958 ( filcuf Plinkk lm v ' JZ FRAN1 FRANK ROSE 0 A A reader haa asked whether a bishop and knight art of fjual value. The answer is not iraple, since the valuation depends upon each Individual position. The bishop with its long-striking range has greater mobility than the knight. However, it is confined to squares of on color. The knight can rech every square on the board, but it is a slow-stepping erature compared to the gliding bishop. Generally speaking, in open positions where the pieces bare freedom, the bishop is of more value than a knight. In Hose positions where there is Utile mobility, the knight is better weapon. Most experts agree that the bishop is worth slightly more jlhan the knight. Exchanging a i knight for a bishop is called "winning the minor exchange." Two bishops, because they tan cover all the squares, are worth more than two knights or a knight and a bishop. Everything else being equal, possession of the two bishops xhould confer a winning ad-Vantage. WEEKLY PROBLEM In Position 230 White must reserve his pawn advance P-Q51 until it gives him the opposition. Thus: K-B3, K-Q2; K-N4, K-B3; K-R5, K-N2; K-N5, K-B2; K-R6. K-B3; P-Q5 ch., K-B2; K-R7, K-B; K-N6, K-Q2; K-N7 and White wins. A number of solvers tried K-B4 for the first move. But this permits Black to draw: K-B4, P-Q4 ch.: PxP, K-Q3, K moves, KxP and draws. Position 231 Block 10 Men New License Setup Studied For four points on the Solv er's Ladder give White' best move and the reason for your choice. F o r s y t h notation: 2r3kl pplrlpbl 6bB 3Pp3 3q4 1PPQ4 IK4RR . U. S. OPEN The annual scramble for the title of U.S. Open, Chess Champion ia taking place Aug. 4-18 in Rochester, Minn. The event is being sponsored by the United States Chess Fed eration and International Busi ness Machines. The playing site is IBM's spacious cafeteria where a free luncheon will be provided for all parti cipants on the final day. A prize fund of $3,250 and ten trophies should attract the nation's top chess talent. Bobby Fischer, present champion. Is bowling them over in Europe and will not defend his title. IBM deserves a lot of credit not only for their fine work in promoting chess, but also for their pioneering research in the field of chess machines. The IBM digital computer 704 plays a good game of amateur chess, and it is believed that with more elaborate programming the machine may be able to work out a table of criteria which can serve as a guide for truly competent chess play. CARO-KAXN DEFENSE Many a queen has been trapped because of indiscriminate ' pawn-grabbing in the opening. Don't let the following happen to you. By PAUL TVHITEHOTJSE Sunday News Staff Reporter WILTON' MANORS City Councilman Vernon W. Bur-nell spearheading a movement, which if adopted would double present occupational license revenues, claims his plan will spread the tax load over every conceivable occupation which might come into Wilton Manors. Under the present licensing plan, which Burnell calls "Inequitable and outmoded, the ordinance enumerates a general list of occupations in spotty fashion. The new amendment will spell out Individual categories and list the proposed fees to be charged. The rity has a minimum license fee of $10, and most businesses in operation come under this scale, regardless of size of inventory or amount of business transacted. Under the new structure, the large business houses would be charged a price relative to their inventory, and using this method of levy would give the small businessman the chance to pay only his proportionate share. Burnell has been vitally concerned with the tax structure for some time. He said Saturday, "It is not the intention of the city to place a burden on anyone by upping fees. In fact, under the new amendment, many licensees will be lowered. "But by the same token, many will be raised to a level which makes some sense. After all, it is the business places which makes it mandatory for us to continually keep increasing the size of our police force to protect them. And the money for this increase must come from those who demand this protection." Burnell also pointed out that it will soon become necessary Insurance Refunds Paid WASHINGTON. LV A total of 17,276 Florida automobile insurance policy holders have been paid an average of $24 apiece. The money represents $431,-742 worth of overcharge re funds made in Florida by auto collision insurance companies. Kenneth Barnard, president of the Chicago Better Business Bureau, gave the Florida fig ures to a Senate automobile marketing practices subcommittee in reporting about 16 million dollars still is owed by the insurance firms in the nation as a whole. There was no breakdown of the sum still owed in Florida. 4 m White 10 Men ADAMS KRAMER 1. P-K4 1. P-QB3 2. P-Q4 2. P-Q4 3. P-K5 3. B-B4 4. B-Q3 4. BxB 5. QxB 5. P-K3 8. N-K2 8. P-QB4 7. P-QB3 7. N-K2 8. Q-N5 ch.? 8. Q-Q2 9. QxBP? 9. N-B4 10. Resigns White's queen has only one move; Q-R5 and then P-QN3 springs the trap shut. Princess Arrives In Nova Scotia YARMOUTH, Nova Scotia, Aug. 9. (J) A smiling Princess Margaret stepped down from her plane under bright skies today and touched Nova Scotia soil for the first time. A quiet crowd of about 700 watched the princess receive an official welcome. The princess, on the last leg of her Canadian tour, later was due for a helicopter flight to Church Point and Digby for celebrations there. to employ paid firemen for the same business protection, and this cannot be done without either raising ad valorem taxes or adopting the Increases and readjustments made possible under the revised occupational fees. Under the new rates, Burnell said, Wilton Manors license holders would still only be pay ing 40 to 50 per cent of the fees charged In comparable-sized cities In the state. The new amendment price scale is on display at City Hall for inspection, and after further study by Burnell and Councilman Carl Beimly, it will be presented to the Coun cil on Aug. 19. The other three members of Council will be invited by Bur nell-and Beimly to sit in on the study sessions. 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