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IT PAYS TO READ THE CLASSIFIER ADS garian Communist party, is the new president of Bulgaria. Radio Sofia, announced bis elec- member of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist party since 1931 and has served as ambassador to Budapest and to Prague. ARCHII MY FAVOBlTE PROGRAM....' "HIDDEN CAMERA"/ THESE THINGS *J ARE ALL REHEARSER' ITS 9ILty.» HOW COULO „ -w_ THEY HIDE A *--^ Tv CAMERA? JUDD SAXON-By Ktn Bald and Jerry Brondfleld MORTY MEEKLE VOU'RENOTTHE MAN WHO USUALLY FIXES OUR SET TIME'S SICK. CQN'T AUSTIN (Minn,) HPffAtD | | Monday Dec. t, 1958 I I [SHORT RIBS") I SUPPOSE YOU MEAN PES&Y MENT TO CLINT POTTER. WHAT'VE YOU SOT IN MINP? PO HIM SOOt? TO SET AWAY FOR A COUPLE OF WXYS... THINGS ARE RUNNINS SMOOTHLY THERE, BEN. HE ISN'T USED TO SUCH A TROUBLE-FREE ATMOSPHERE.' BUT SO AHEAP. LET HIM SNIFF A SPAC6 BISCUIT.../ IN THE EXECUTIVE OFFICES OF BOSWORTH ENTERPRISES, BEN HUTCHINS POSES A PROBLEM... f»ULA, WE'VE SOT TO PUT A BIT OF LIFT IN JUOP SAXON'S LIFE... NOTHING, REALLY, BUT I'M TAKIN& HIM WITH ME ON AN INSPECTION TOUR OF OUR RESEARCH LASS. / I PRACTICALLY INVENTED TELEVI6ION, FRIEND. I CAN FIX A TV SET WITH BOTH i HANDS TIEP BEHIND ME/ N. JUST LEAD ME TO IT SEEMS TO BE AN EXPERT AT FIXING TV sere THE TROUBLE? OKAY-fM EXPECT1NG.MOU BOV3 TBRING 'IM BACK WHERE HE BELONGS.. I PUMNO, YOUR. HIGHNESS, IF WE CAM-BUrVMlGHT IF SUZ IS ANYWHERE AROUND, WE'LL FINP 'IM 6TART UXXIN' FOR ANOTHER MAN WASH TUBBS ... THINAf IJUSTPONTWYV0UR SHE BVER HAD TO 150& STOW OP A CKUB. LOOK FORWARD TO! \UWCUS ABUSWfl HBRi NOW SHE'LL REALIZB HOW WDlFf ERENT VOU IT9 ME...THB WOENUB IN A , ROAD COMPANY OP "SKYLARK" A YEW* BEFORE ELLEN WAS BORN. WHILE SHE WAS A BABY' £ LEFT HER PWHEK. ICOULPNT SUPPORT 'EM BOTH! IT* TOUGHEST ON tULBN! BUT IK] SPITE OP tO\)K MBSLBCTi 5HB3 ALWAY5 FELT VDU MIAMT TO TAKB HER. ASK HiY«.THI5 LOOKS LIKE ELLEN!/ GALAHAP! I CAN'T QUITJUSTBBCAUSft TH6 GOING 15 TOUSH NOW! BUGS BUNNY AYE! HOWEVER. I SHALL BE SM**Y TO WASH WSHES... IN YOUR WASHED KITCHiW. IN i HAT CASE I SHALL BE ON NO YA DON'T, BUM! THERE'S SOMETHIN 1 tire YA C'N POi AN EXCELLENT REPAST, SIRE 1 ONLY RBSRET I AM UNABLE TO RW FOR IT! FRECKLES THE WORLD CJP MATM- iMATic^ is soee- UTTLE CX B, MR. ITS REAU-X QUIT? EASY ONCE YOU KNOW WHXT -foo'RE DdMO/ALLOW ME 1C ASSIST HtHJCW THAT fftO0U»Ai MISS SHUT UP, STUPID/ 0AM ClANO CUNft OtANfl 30ST WHERE DO SOD TWNK VOUPE TO SM6AK .. _ JACOBY S BRIDGE By OSWALD JACOBT Written for NE/V Service . " There la a time and place for everything—even trumping your partner's trlok. East's three diamond overcall was a nuisance bid designed to upset the enemy's communication. This time the bid had no effect as South was able to bid three hearts, and North had a sound raise to four. .: West opened hla singleton diamond. The way the cards lay a trump open- Ing would have been better but West was not clairvoyant. South won the first • diamond, led •> club to dummy's ace and a spadi NORTH 1 474 VAK98 • 43 *AJ9«2 WEST (D) EAST 4AJ98 4Q103 V 5 4 2 V 3 • 2 •KQJ10976 + K10854 *Q7 SOUTH AK652 ¥QJ1076 • A85 *3 North and South vulnerable We»t North East South Pass 1 * 3 » 3V Paw 4V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—» 2 from dummy. East played the thrtfe and South went up with the king only to see it lose to West's ace. • Now West led a trump and Soutp won in dummy. A second spade lost tP East's queen and East led the king off diamonds, .• At this point West decided it was •bout time for him to trump his partner's trick. Obviously South was getting ready for a cross-ruff and » •econd trump lead would take away one ruffing trick. ' Suiting the action to the though]. West ruffed and led his last trump. Now South had two trumps left in dummy but three losing cards in his own hand. He had to lose on trlok and the contract. 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