Tyndall News have jomed together supS ^ an on-the-job training ?ro. n,^"""^™^*"' this new program E*. Lester Morley, Dean of Students at Gulf Coast a representative of the Ameri^ can Dental Association from Chicago, and the two instructors In the program will visit TyndaH March 12. Pinyose of tljis program Is to provide the on-the-job training necessary to obtain accreditation of the Gulf Coast Dental Assistant Program. During their visit, the officials will tour and receive briefings of the Dental Clinic at the USAF Hospital and have lunch in the hospital's dining room. Currently there are 17 girls participating in the course. They receive their lab training at the Tyndall Dental Oiiric on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. SUPPLY CITED The Air Defense Weapons Center's 4756th Supply Squadron represented the Aerospace Defense Command in the USAF Daedalian Supply Effectiveness Award for 1972. The ADC Award was recently presented to Lt. Col. Fleming A. Cheek, the squadron commander, by Ma]. Gen. Royal N. Baker, ADC vice commander, during a recent visit by the general to Tyndall. NOO WIVES MEET Members of the Noncommissioned Officers' Wives' Club will meet Wednesday for the Hail and Farewell Coffee. The social will begin at 9:30 a.m. at the NCO aub. The next business meeting of the group is scheduled March 7 at the Club starting at noon. A special evening Fashion Show is also on the agenda for March 2, sponsored by the Ways and Means committee. Gub members interested in participating in the show are requested to contact Mrs. Theda Fry. All wivts of noncommissioned officers at Tyndall, or retired in the Panama Oty iarea, are cordially invited to attend these meetings and Join the gronp. JOINS ELITE GROUP Another member of the Tyndall AFB Family Services volunteer program has joined the elite "1,000 Hour Club" denoting she has more than 1,000 hours of volunteer service with the organization. She is Mrs. George Palmer. Mrs. Palmer joined the Family Services program in July of 1969. Since that time she has served as chairman of the welcoming committee, PCS-TDY, Remote Wives, Publicity and it currently chairman of the Domestic Actions Program. In addition to her work with Family Services, she was the organizing chairman and past president for the Bay County Association for Retarded Children. She is also active In the Bay County Extension Homemakers organization. Hailing from Madison, VWsc, her husband is a senior master sergeant currently serving m Thailand. The Palmers have three children. Chicago Grain Market bean* substantially Wgner a*™"'"' uukZit u /ns off 7 to to ctnti; corn on ^ to^-^ahToH % 10 up V„ ond. .oytaans •"whi^'Snd corn decline, wor. attributed to prrt^t-taklno; primarily by commission "'o 'ats were featureless. Outsid* markets were lower Tighter Controls On Hospital Costs? NEV^S-HKRALD, Panani^ tlty, Fla., Saturday, February 24, 1973 Page 3A By MICHAEL J. CONLON WASHINGTON (UPI) - A research group has asked the government to clamp tighter controls on what hospitals charge, complaining tliat I some institutions last year made profits twice as high as the administration said were allowable. The Health Research Group, part of the Ralph Nader organization, asked the Cost of Living Council to abandon the present reporting procedure for hospital profits; put a 6 per cent increase lid on the prices hospitals can charge for each item of service, including per day rates; and reinstitute the requirement that doctors post for their patients thehr base prices —a rule that was dopped at the start of "Phase ni" of President Nixons economic controls. "In the face of mounting evidence of hospitals depositing millions of dollars in non- interest bearing bank accounts, hospital pathologists "earning $200,000 per year or more, and massive conflicts of interest in hospital purchasing —this blatant attempt to defraud consumers and further cripple their ability to afford health care must not go unchallenged," the group said It said daily hospital rates increased 11.6 per cent during 1972, "almost twice the 6.5 per cent goal established for Phase n." Consumers, it added, "were obliged to pay over $745.2 million unnecessarily because Price Commission reporting requirements failed to contain hospital price increases. Phase m continues these Ineffective controls at a substantial cost to consumers." BRIDGE ARCH Wins For Sy ent By Oswald fe James Jacoby South was one of those students of the game whD tried his best to apply his learning to every bid and play. In particular, he applied the code word ARCH to start the play of every dummy. He analyzed the lead as NORTH U «J93 VJIOS 4KS «A9754 WEST EAST 4kA872 *QViS VA85 VQ742 • 743 410952 •J103 *Q8 S013TH (D) • K84 • AQJ6 «K62 Bofhviilnerable Wett North Eut Soofli IN.T. FMs 3N.T. Fast Pass But Opening iMd-* 2 fourth best and saw that his best play from dummy would be the nine-spot. This would give him two stoppers in the suit it West had led from ace- 10 and East held the queen. Unfortunately the nine merely forced East's 10 and South could do no better than take his king at trick one. Review of the bidding told him nothing except that he rather wished that North had just bid two no-trump instead of three. Count of the winners and losers showed seven quick winners. There was a 50 per cent chance of getting two more out of the heart suit. All iie CHICAGO <UPI)-GroIn Futures Range WHEAT... ,,44% 2.54y4 J 41 2.41 2.26 2.26 '/4 2.34 2.28 '/4 2.35 Mor May Jly Sep Dec CORN , Mar 1-71 2.55 2.49 2.36 2.34 2.34 2.55 2.49 2.36 2.34 2.34 May Jly Sep Dec Mor ; 63/4 urn 1 .61'A 1.« it* M i« « .94 .95 .92 .94 '/4 .94 '/4 .92V4 .95 .95'A .92 .95 .95'/j .92V4 .96 .»5>A .92 .94Vs .95 .93 1.66 1.58 1.53 1.45 TATfVNew)- ^ OATl (OLD) Mar .W2 .» J.52 5.56 5.52 4.80',^ 4.86 4.7« JUi. ^ and'M<^-^« closed up the limit. SOYBEAN OIL^ „ 14.05 14.00 13.60 13.40 12.05 11.10 11.00 11.00 Moy JIV Aug Sep Nov jan Mar All 5.56 5:41 4.86 4.71 4.I7<A 4.12 4.25% 4.10 4.24y3 4.1^4 Mar May Jly Aug Sep Oct Dec jan Mar 14.11 14.25 14.10 13.97 13.70 12.50 11.20 11.05 1.05 14.50 14.55 14.55 14.20 14.05 12.70 11.55 11.30 11.11 14.15 14.20 14.12 13.75 13.50 12.25 11.35 11.15 13.95 14.05 13.90 13.75 13.50 12.25 n.05 10.80 U'.05A 10.75 May Jly S"c? Oct Dec Jon tui .... SOYBEAN MEAL Mar 219.00 219.00 219.00 JI9.00B 214.00 209.20 209.20 209.20 209.208 204.20 205.90 205.90 205.90 205.90B 200.90 208.80 203.80 203.80 203.80B 198.80 157.00 158.00 I57.0O 157.50B 153.00 157.00 158.00 157.00 157.5QB 153.0 139.00 141.90 13B.0O 141.00 135.70 on 138,00 138,80 137,00 138.00B 133,50 All months except Dec and Jan closed up the limit Bid. B-Bld. Who Works? LONDON (UPI) ~ Tugboat lallor Andrew Shute's fellow crewmen have refused to work <vlth him because he won't join their union. That should not bother him too much. A court ruled that his firm must continue to pay his salary even though he does no work. Walk, dance, bicycle, play handball, exercise in moderation every day. Use your legs to help your heart. You'll save money, too. Let your legs give life to'vour heart. Don't Knock Rock Dislike rock music? Don't knock it. Move with it. Regular physical activity can reduce your risk of heart attack. To learn other ways to save your heart, ask you Heait Association. had to do was find East with the queen. There was a better chance for getting two extra tricks in clubs. A suit breaks 3-2 some 68 per cent of the time. At first glance the club play looked best, but South went on to How can I make this hand and saw that the op ponents would collect three spades, one heart and one club if they were given a rluh trick. So South led to dummy 's king of diamonds and played the jack of hearts. East had the queen. The 50 per cent chance worked and the student triumphed. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) KATHY'SIEAUTY SALON t74W.11TH 7SS.0741 NU-LOOK LONG SHAG WIG •HUMAN HAIR. PART&CAPLESS 1YR. GUARANTEE 29.95 REG. 49.95 WITH PURCHASE OF WIG FREE SET OF SATM PHJ.OW CASES GUARANTEED TO KEEP WIG FROM LOSING SET. AFTER SOTH CUSTOMER DRAWING FOR COLOR TV. 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