Independent from Long Beach, California on November 23, 1967 · Page 54
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 54

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Thanksgiving dinner will honor the newlywed David F. Johnsons David F. Johnson and his bride, the former Mary D. Kurthy, will be guests of honor during the traditional family Thanksgiving festivity in the Huntington Dcach home of the biido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James P. Kurthy, formerly of Long Beach. The newlyweds, who repeated marriage vows in Las Vegas Oct. 28, established residence in Oxnard following a short wedding trip. The bride was graduated from St. Anthony's High School and California Stale College, Long Guach. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Johnson, Yuma, Ariz., was graduated from Arizona Western College. He is affiliated with the American Physics Association. /( fine miGcn crc/e Inch Marsce Atlantic Avc., Bixby Knolls Phone 428-4605 it from this mir.ule on thru e y occasion: in H«cl. fllKion pink ld green W beig«. Sim 4 to I* JACOBY This game hard one for bidding One of the unanswerable questions that hits us from I time to time is: "Which is more important -- the bidding or the play?" H is about equivalent to: "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" Some hands are easy to bid and hard to play, others the reverse. On good days, hands arc easy both ways. On bad days, we have trouble with both parts of the game. Grand slam hands are always hard to bid. There is no trouble making seven d i a m o n d s with today's North-South cards. There is plenty of trouble bidding it. We recommend the bidding in the box and will try to analyze it. To start, we refer a one-heart opening with the very powerful South hand. H is strong enough for a two bid, but there is p r a c t i c a I I y no chance that a one-heart opener will find himself playing that contract The next important call is North's .three-spade bid. His one no-trump denied a real spade suit. Hence, North is telling his partner that he has the ace of NORTH » * AJ 7 V 1 » Q J M 3 + J 106 S WEST EAST 4 8 6 3 2 A K 1 0 9 5 V . T 8 7 5 V 8 3 « 5 4 tO 2 + K 9 7 2 + A Q 8 4 3 SOUTH D ACM V A K Q 1 0 6 2 « A K 9 7 6 * Void Both vulnerable West North E«sl South I V 3 » 4 » 6 + Pass 1N. T. 3* 5* 7 » Pass Pass Pass Pass IViss Opening lead--A 2 Pass Pass Pass Pass Sherilyn Bach to wed Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Hach, Seal Bench, have announced the engagement nf their daughter, Sherilyn A., to Michael T. Winford. son of Mr. and Mrs. John T, Winfnrd, Their wedding is scheduled Feb. IB. Miss Bach was graduated from Georpc Washington High School in Los Angeles and attended Long Beach City College. She is a member of the Lonp Ucach Bachclorctlcs Her fiance was graduated from Mayfair High School and attended LBCC, where he was a member nf the band. Me recently returned from his second tour ot dut ywilh the U.S. Navy in Vietnam INDEPENDENT (AMI PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM-B-I7 C«i« BllOi, tllll., Thurtd«r.Ht«.U»llg New assistant Rexford Stead has been appointed special assistant to the director of Los Angeles County Museum ot Art, K e n n e t h Donahue. Stead has been director of the Museum of Pint Arts in St. Petersburg, Fla., »lnc» 1962. spades and slam interest after the t h r e e - d i a m o n d jump. South merely rebids to four diamonds. He wants to show that he has a good diamond suit. North thinks there is a slam, but North can't be sure that his .partner doesn't have two club losers, so he merely raises to five. South knows that North has suggested a slam but Is also worried about clubs. South is going th a slam but he wants to invite seven, so he bids six clubs to show first-round control, whereupon North jumps to the grand slam. The play is easy. South goes right up with dummy's ace of s p a d e s , draws trumps, sets up his hearts a n d eventually discards dummy's spade losers. DUPLICATE BRIDGE Master point games paired on Sunday '..ladies fi.rre oppprel .=.- ·· Beverly Hills./wi[shjre/X6s'^(!eles/Lgiig,Beach'' .. Two master point games are planned Sunday at the Bridge Studio, 1604 Cherry Ave. Afternoon session is at 1:30 p.m., evening game at 1 p.m. Results at Temple Israel: M o n d a y afternoon, N-S, B l a n c h e Levine-Virginia Firestone. E-W, Kirsten Lange-Chester Lebcher. Winners at Edgewater Inn: Saturday evening, N-S, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brian. E-W, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whitehouse. High scorers at Pacific Coast Club: Sunday afternoon, N-S, Mrs. J. R. Peyton-William Metzler. E-W, M a x i n e Reed-Jerry Amburn. Wednesday evening, N-S, Mrs. J.' R.-Peyton-William Metzler. E-W, Carol Johnson-Lyn Brian. Results at Jewish Community Center: Tuesday afternoon, N-S, Nell Fogg-Ardis Weiser. W-W, Carol J o h n s o n-Lyn Brian. Wednesday afternoon, N-S, L i l l i a n Jameson-Fanny Connolly. E-W, Fanchon Reid-Ruby Fritz. Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Harris. Friday afternoon, N S, Janice Siegel-Mary Ross. E-W, N e l l Fogg-Millie Mills. Winners at the Bridge Studio: Sunday afternoon N-S, Norm Levin-Steve Pace. E-W, Betty Ward Earl Lindley. Sunday evening, N-S, Charles Thomas Bob Hopkins. E-W, Bo F i e l d s-Mike Vandervord Monday e v e n i n g , Mik Nash-R o g e r Patterson Tuesday evening, Haroh L a n s i n g-R. Edward Wednesday evening, N-S, Helen Otti-J. F. Morrison. E-W, Betty Ward, Earl Lindley. Thursday evening, NS, Frieda Kenigson-R. Edwards. W-W, Muriel Falknor-Howard Nielson. Friday evening, N-S, Grace Ness-Mike Vandervord. EW, L u c i l l e Lower-Ralph Lymbumer. Saturday afternoon, Fay Thompson-Steve P a c e . Saturday evening, Ruby Fritz-Ned Guelpa. COVER GIRL COVER GIRL COLORS THEM BRIGHT AND SHINY . . . to be in stc.p with the gay holidays coming up. Corr.e see our new on- the-scene Cover Girl collection abounding with young ideas. They're all bnght and shiny" for your wardrobe, "light and comfortable" for your feet, (lefi) Orange, Yellow, Green or Black Patent, (right) Blue, Bone or Black Patent. Either style 1- Innes S H O E S . . . FITS THE FAMILY BEST BUENA PARK SHOPPING CENTER PENINSULA CENTER, PALOS VERDES LAKEWOOD CENTER ALL STORES OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS THE KNIT COAT DRESS . . . ITALIAN STYLE. LEADISG A DOUBLE LIFE .. . FJRST AS A MARVELOUS LITTLE DRESS, THEN' AS AN OUTSTANDING FLIGHT-WEIGHT COAT. MADE EXPRESSLY FOR BUFFOMS* OF DOUBLE KMT WOOL tV/TH HORIZONTAL WELT SEAM/iVG. YELLOW, BLUE OR ViUlTE WITH CONTRASTING LEATHER BELT; 8 TO 16, 50.00 COAT A.VD SUIT SHOP, ALL SEVEN' STORES LONG BEACH S A N T A AHA POMONA P A L O S V E R D E S . M A R I N A L A X E W O O D N E W \

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