Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on November 10, 1957 · Page 77
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 77

Logansport, Indiana
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Sunday, November 10, 1957
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1957 THE PHAROS-TRIBUNE, and LOGANSPORT PRESS, LOGANSPORT, INDIANA PAGE TWENTY-ONE Contract Bridge WORK ON NEW SCHOOL By OSWALD JACOBY TAKE-OUT LEADS TO SLAUGHTER Written for NEA Service EAST looked at his collection! of trash and held his breath vr-henj his partner made a business dou-j ble of the two-heart contract. Fort-i unately, he held his breath longj enough to pass. West opened the king of trumps and continued with tlie queen. De- NORTH 11 A KQ963 y A75 4 J 103 • + AK WEST (D) EAST A A 5 * 10 8 4 2 VKQ.T10 V643 * A K 6 5 4 * Q 8 +J9 + 7632 SOUTH A J7 V 982 « 972 A Q 10 8 5 4 No one vulnerable West North East South 1 + Double Pass 1 V 1 N.T. 2 V Pass Pass Double Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V K clarer took that trick with the ace, cashed dummy's ace and king of clubs and led a spade to his pack. West grabbed the ace, played another trump and then led a low diamond. East played the queen and returned the suit, so that eventually South was down four tricks plus the hundred honors. Xorth and South blamed each other for the tragedy and have asked me to assess the blame. South contended that his one- heart response to the double was all right and that North should not have raised him with only three hearts. He also contended that Norrh should have run to two spades. North's contention was that South should bid two clubs in response to the take-out double and should have run to three clubs after the double of two hearts. I must assess the major blame to South. His partner had made a take-out double and South had a perfectly satisfactory two-club Workmen prepare to pour concrete for the foundation of the new addition to Washington grade school Standing on top of the wooden form is 3. C. FarreU, Lafayette, construction superintendent. Below, Bnford McDaniel, Kokomo, plumbing superintendent, front, and Holly Jones, Logansport, receive instnic- tions. About half the foundation has been poured and the remainder will be completed next week. Science May Soon Squeeze Sugar From Waste Paper MADISON, Wis. (UP)—Loggers and papermakers may soon supply "pine sugar" and sugar made trom waste paper and sawdust to sweeten foods.- The Sulphite Pulp Manufacturers' Research League at Aippleton, Wis., today announced a laboratory method to . extract edible sugars from spent sulphite liquor response. The weaker your. hand the more it is your duty to make your- normal response to a takeout double. However, I must also give North a little blame. North really did not have a heart raise and he should definitely have gotten off „ ... ,. , . the hook when West doubled. G ? ttmg ,"*. su f r fout( /> f _ -. c j. an( j on |_ o ^ g would -the waste product in the paper making industry. And the National Forest Products Laboratory here reported it has "nearly completed" experiments to make use of wood shavings at sawmills and plywood plants for sugar manufacture. There is a high sugar content in all trees, but from the time of the early settlers to the present, only the maple tree has been tapped commercially. now use the sulphite sugar as "djgeslor" to produce yeat. In Canada, the sugar is allowed"'to ferment and produce industria alcohol. Burnettsville B'XIRiNETTSVTLLE — Thos from Burnettsville attending th. Achievement Day at Monticelh Tuesday were Mesdames Faye Theodore Wisniewski, state san- j Lowring, Virginia Coffing, Gerald itary engineer, said that there areM ne Landis, Phyllis Hunt and about 2,000 gallons of spent sul-|J aM Barnes, Ruth Reiff, Helen ' "" phite for every ton of paper pulp produced. The sugar content is about 2 per cent, he said. . the Things would be just as bad at| Wate two hearts if South held a fourth baby heart, but two spades could j not be slaughtered r s Logaesport Folks.... Park your car on our lot 1 blocks south of Ayres Dep't. store at McCrea & Meridian Sts., or stay overnight with us at The Barnes Hotel opposite Union Station. Both under the management of problems. In the past, the liquor was dumped into the streams where the fermenting sugar used up .oxygen and killed fish. 1 Without the sugar, the liquor would be less deadly. The Appleton scientists said "Americans may be consuming special bakery goods, candies, dairy foods, canned goods and soft drinks that are sweetened I from trees cut in Wisconsin forests." Although the forest products lab has developed processes for extracting sugar from the sulphite for ir.duslrial purposes, the Appleton experiment is the first to get the sugar in edible form. Two plants in Wisconsin, Young, Florence Coble, Vivian Gardiner, Anna Tedford, Nellie Cass, Nora Personette, Lilli. Young and H. Louthain. Mr. and Mrs. Max Allen and son, Bill, of North Manchester were Sunday -afternoon guests o. C. M; Mertz. Mr. and Mrs. Galen Davidson and children were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Ima Davidson a Idaville. Carol Heiny, of Headlee, spen the weekend with her grandpar ents. Mr. and Mrs. William Me Leland. Mr. and Mrs. Larry McLelant are spending their honeymoon in Florida. Talmage Davis and niece, o Chicago, were guests of C. M Mertz recently. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Byrkett, o Sunday and Mrs. dinner Elmer Marion were guests of Mr. Byrkett. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hufford are residing south of Burnetts ville after their marriage Friday evening at the home of Rev. Vir den Graham. Mrs. Minnie Alexander has been spending a few days with Mrs Ethel Michaels of Logansport. Never refuel a tractor or other motor when it is running or ex- i tremely hot. FRANKLIN HILLIS Rhinelander Paper Co. and Charmin Paper Co. of Green Bay, MONDAY, NOV 11. We salute a day rededicated to peace and freedom All honor to those who answered our country's calls to arms! May all of us take inspiration from their devoted service and pledge ourselves to keep America strong and free. WE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY NOV 11TH THE SCHMIDT COAL CO. 923W. Broadway ROBERT D. SCHMIDT, Owner D4al4402 f your doctor prescribes a back suppor^-or any support for that matter — bring the j prescription to us.' One of our skilled technicians •will car fully select and personally fit the OTC PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT appropriate for your individual need. Filling prescriptions i> our business, you know . . . and that includes support ptieacriptiona. BUSJAHN'S DRUG STORE 308 Fourth COW TO JUMP MOON? Few Things Impossible In New Satellite Era By DOC QUIGG United Press Staff Correspondent NEW YORK (UP)—Reflections of a man who has never seen a lying saucer, purple cow, or pie n the sky but is braced for anyhing: "Fairy tales may come true—it could happen to you ..." Frank Sinatra never could have dreamed low right .the words were that opened his big hit song of a few r ears back. But now ... if a satellite cow doesn't jump over the moon, soon, while little dogs laugh in their or•its and flying dishes run away with flying spoons—if such things I don't happen, it seems, then there will be occasion for surprise. Herd 'Round World' The joke that blossomed right after Sputnik II went a>oU was that the Russians had plans to place a lot of small cows in a fleet of satellites circling the.earth and call'it "the herd shot 'round the world." This jape may someday turn out to hold as much truth as wordplay. Herds of cattle already have flown through the air, as matter of routine international commerce, and without missing a cud chew, on commercial airliners equipped as freight transports. If you had tried to sell that one as may- come-true story to anybody, tal this world 50 years' ago, you'dj have been classified as a fairy-' tale believer. And for that matter, 'who would have thought, when the first horseless carriage putt - putted down the cobblestones in Great. Grandpa's day that it would metamorphose by 1957 into a huge gleaming palace of trieta! and glass, with automatic transmission, air-cushion shock absorbers, "00-ho-rsepower motoz. 'snf a "'• tie box on the dashboard through which you could hear Elvis Presley 1,000 miles, away? Convertible Saucers? Never mind the auto? Take Elvis Presley alone. Chances are that if you had -asked Great Grandpa to envision''ne likes • him, the old gentlemen would have had a .cannip ''on on the sis". Anyhow, now that the spaceship is here, the auto soon should retire into history \vith the horse. But the spaceship industry cannot escape the Detroit law—new mad- els every year; Shut your eye* and see it now. Longer and lower satellites every year. Get your new space platform, with the push - button gravity-overcomer. Now! At your dealer's! Next year's spaceship— with photno propulsion! Now you can have your way, Dear, and never grow old—ju«t travel ? ''K speed of light in the new Comatose Mark XIV and time will stand still for you! They'll probably even have convertible models, wi h tops 'hat can be put up quickly for sudden showers—fo meteors, that is. HOME. LITE EXPECTANCY '•The. Federal Housing Administration estimates that homes in the $15,000 to $2S,000 price range should provide satisfactory living for at least two generations. The FHA estimate was based on normal upkeep and modernization. EARLY BIRD SHOPPERS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF A'Ps EARLY WEEK VALUES! A&P's Special Price for Early Week Shoppers This Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Only! A&P's FINEST QUALITY-"SUPER-RIGHT" CUBE SPECIAL MON. THRU WED. ONLY MADE FROM SIRLOIN or ROUND TIP er TOP ROUND MATURED BEEF You'll Save on the Early Week Steak Special Plus THESE PRICES EFFECTIVE ALL WEEK! Strawberry Preserves Kleenex ANN PAGE lOc OFF DEAL COLORED OR WHITE . . . 400 -LB. JAR COUNT 59c 25c v/ cheek the flavor! V check the price! A«P TEA ^ taste savings FLORIDA— IK SIZE Juice Oranges 3-79c DATS-FILLED Coffee Cake «» 29c Hersbcr listaal Cocoa Mix . Nabisco Potato Chippers CKACKSM Towi Howe Crackers . Smshiiw Krispy Crackers . Chicken 0' Sea Tuna Herb-Ox Bouillon Gibes Kretsehmer Wheat Sera Pnffin Biscuits .... Instant Fels Naptba LB. 1-LB. BOX 1-LB. BOX 46c 33e 33e CAN' . PKG. PKG GIANT BOX 2lo 77t dexo Shortening PURE VEGETABLE 3 * 77 € 47c Gerber Baby Food STAINED 6 JAR* 59c Swift Meats TOKMas . . «.CANS Heinz Ketchup .... 2 ^ 47c Dial Soap Heinz Cucumber Pickles ^K 25c Scotties . . . . . . 400co«*r25c Heinz Soups nnc Peak Dog Food 2cAN.33c Cut-Rite Wax Paper 125^ 25c ALL-PUBJOK ML tt. 43c 53c uper ({arkets

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