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20 East deal. Bridge By Goren Vol vulnerable. South ! NORTH 41 CAM JH ' QJIIt . WEST CAST AQMtlt A A Jit VJM Oil 6 A t) I I OtISt eKS 1M SOUTH KI t?KQlsI 0 K( AH1 The Mooing: Seat West North East -19 1 S? rw 9 ' Pass PBS PaS Opening lead: Jack of 9 Neither defender was sufficiently alert and South, the declarer, was able (o walk off with an easy triumph in his! four heart contract Watt chose to adopt a neu tral court, and he opened the jack of hearts. South won tha trick with the king and lad over to North' ace. When .the trumps divided evenly, dummy six of hearts became establish ed aa a late entry; - Tha oueea of clubs was led and declarer unblocked by play- big tha I from his hand. West , was la with the king and, since tha dummy's long suit could obviously provide South with . several discards. It became an - urgent matter to cash what ' aver tricks were available. . West was confronted with a " choice of plays. If. for example. ht decided that East held the king of diamonds, an Immediate shift to that suit would be tha Indicated procedure. If, bow- ever, be chose to play h I s partner for the ace of spades, then a spade shift could put ne latter .In in time to lead a diamond through d e e I a rat's king. Wast decided at length to make ' the spade play and he lad the three of that suit. East put op the ace; however, he returned the suit and South was In full charge of tha situation. Tha club suit was. run and de clarer disposed of hit two dia-monda to score, an overtrick. West was highly critical of his partner. His contention was that unless be had the ace of diamonds, there would not be time to cash four tricks with ' the dummy's club suit established.. In other words, sine one mora spade trick will only complete tha defensive book, East might hist as-Wet! mitt to a diamond whan ha la m an the chance that K might kelp partner. ' "I' 'I?.- ' While West's reasoning Is m-l dispatabty correct, and East was. admittedly, guilty 'of a slipshod performance on the , deal. Wast must assume - part of tha blame for failure to da- feat tha contract- Since his own tad at trick four was o tha hope that East could get in to make n diamond play. Wast should have lad a high apada either the II or tha nine as lad teats a lack of Interest In that suit. The conclusion must now become Inescapable to East that the dia mond shift offers tha only chance tn score the -setting trick. Thompson Denies Christian Action, Group Link : f ED DEER, AttaT (CP) Social Credit Leader Robert Thompson said Wad a a s 4 a y tight the Social Credit Association of Canada has "nothing to do with the Christian Action Movement and attempt to associate me with the group are amear attempts,", . . v Mr. Thompson waa commenl-mg on a Toronto Globe and Mail dispatch from Ottawa that tha Social Credit leader supports the principle advocated by tha moemaut but does not adhere to tha group because of fts leadership. Mr. Thompson said fat en Interview reports ahat be ft associated with tha movement ort-gmatad with George Dreidiger, president of tha British Columbia Social Credit League. . ; "Ha (Mr. Dreidiger) la trying to associate me with she Christian Action Movement for reason which 1 do not ctand." ' - CtT A NEW PAIR . RXI if VJ'" V- yew 7 7 phano m-rowj " -t FOR .". , FcirJItre V2$ - SIVEDLOVE : rinuTtjK CO. tTD. S74 : 32S sUdaasJ St. Syracuse Time of Your Life' A Promise at Big E "For the time of your life, September time is Expo time in Syracuse. l The "Big E." the New York Stale Exposition il open for the 118th time next .Tuesday. Sept. I. and continue through Labor Day, Monday. Sept, 7, seven daya and sevea nights, with all building open from II a.m. to II p.m. The "time of your life" theme will be la evidence-throughout the "Expo as it foetuses Its giant spotlight on '' agriculture time, industry time, youth time, women's time, education time. sports time, and entertainment time in a giant, colorful show designed for family-fun. time. Of the total SIM.OM In premiums, more than $135.00 will be awarded to winners of agricultural events. I Top oa the agricultural agen da will again be the: txpos Cattle Show, one of the largest in the Northeast, wth the linesl Holstein - Friesian division in the country. Breeders of dairy end beef cattle will be competing for more than 121.00 in premiums. ' , Related to the cattle and other livestock shows will be the Qual ity Meat Contests offering $1,- 835" In premiums. Public auction of all grand champions in this division which Includes beef, lamb and pork will be held et p.m. on Thursday, Sept. J. Competition will also be high in the sheep, swine and dairy goats departments, with more than $11,000 in premiums and the poultry department which is T 3swasswnssasssssswps.sssssss , ' " 11 9 11 - K. I: eeO South aUsllrta 8t Phonal OftO-eBTt at Ws Must o i Wkand Spclal Any Reeai Up le J gftj Nr 4 Ottspssn aiswaiaTaF rate ISOCMvMloeaw Faiam'ntii il t am - w Cacsswltomte 1 welcomes you to ; : V SYRACUSE ''dunng the""; NatVrK -I Oetdeus NewOtotan toast if ; NEW YORK STATE EXPOSITION "CROSS OVER THE BRIDGE" .:..'.,"..-"' .':-.'''";'-.::'"., . ' ."":'; i ' - . - . fa tha fnandlt city SYRACUSE Enjoy EXfOSmON Tim . . . A nearly invitarion to all oir Ottawa ' Btif,hbors .ta spntl , ; soma Urn with ys. I,.' ? t. -,T .". 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Aug. 30 and Monday,' Aug.' 31, ttte two oays prior to the fcxpo opening. ' ; In addition to the horse show, there will be two days of racing on the exposition track. Quarter horse and Appakmsa events will be held on Wednesday, Sept'. 2. aad harness racing will return on Thursday.! Sept.' 1. after-an absence of 13 years. . .. . The harness facing program will offer $12,000 in purses and s being sponsored by the New York Stete Harness Breeders Association. There will be six races on the program, stake races for two- and three-year-olds, aa well as overnights lor' aged horse. The Industrial Exposition will lesture an exhibit of the Gemini two-man space capsule in addition to other outstanding indus trial displays, while the Poultry Foods Festival will be Omoni the highlights in the All-Foods Exposition which is devoted en tirely to foods and relat a d , items. I The Expo's entertainment pro-! gram will be the biggest ever.: Top name entertainers will be, hlllboarded in-free Empire Court shows with the irand-etandjserved for an auto thrill, show, stock car racing, and a demolition derby. Featured on opening day in Empire Court will ' be Oscar Brand, "the folksinger's folk-Inger." Jon Gaines, the Shanty Boys with' Roger Sprung, and the Newport Jaxf Festival AIM Stars featuring Ruby Braff, Pee Wee Russell, Bud Freeman and Carol Sloan. In fouf two-hour shows. II. a m., 3. 5 and I p.m. cade will provide thrills, chills Starring on Wednesday in 'and spills as the nation's fore- three shows will be Bobby Ry dell, teenage singing idol, while on Thursday and Friday, also in three show daily, the spotlight will be turned over to the "China Doll," Ginny Tin and her brother and sisters, "The Hsppy Little Tius." i. . Hank Williams, Jr.. following m - the footsteps of his late, great father, one of the finest country and western singers the country ha ever known, will appear la three shows on Saturrlw inner, will be held at 1.M day. - On Sunday and Monday the Expo will present Italian tenor' Sergio Franchi, the talented performer who Kas.taken this coun try by storm the past two years. In recent months, Franchi has appeared on television show with such fine personalities a Victor Borge. Bob Hope and Meredith Wilson. Franchi will also do three .free show daily. , : From Wednesday through Monday.- the 'M Fun-E-Revue. with leading vaudeville acts. will also be staged at Empire Court, in addition to daily con certs by, the 'New York State Pops Concert Orchestra with Carl Silfer. Featured from Tuesday through Sunday in free shows at the Grandstand will be Swen-aon's Thrillcade, returning to the Exposition after a successful run last. year. Tha Thrill- t r s most drivers risk their lives- in unbelievable stunts. . The annual New York Stale Championship Stock Cat. race will be held starting at I p.m. Labor Day, with the State's top drivers competing for honors in elimination' beats and. the 23-mile main event. V'." .; The Demolition Darby, in which the object is to make the other drivers cars inoperable with the last car running the p.m. on Labor Day. The races and. derby are the only pay shows at the Grandstand. - Among the thousands of other interesting and educational exhibits which are "musts" for Exio visitors are: . Indian Village with it color ful ritual dance nd "Blood Brother", ceremony; marching high school band at the Grandstand on opening day; high schoool science exhibits In the State Building: the Historic Auto Show and Concourse d'Elegance: 'the Square Dance Festival and' Contest In the Coliseum: thrilling m I c r o d races; the Sports Car Gymkhana on Saturday at tha Grandstand:' the James E. Strates Midway, and Funlend, a mid-J way especially for the children. All this and mora, tots more, and all designed, to help you and your family have "the time of your life." f:. . . ')..., - i. Cauatsa Par - HOTEL SYRACUSE ANNOUNCES NEW SUMMER RATES r JUNE1. JS-thru. SEPTEMBER 7 Enjoy 11 the convenience of downtown lodging in one of the nation's loading hotel at the low Sumrner rate. Swimming for Hotel Syracuse guests at our COUNTRY HOUSE pool, ust minutes away. Guests welcome in -casual travel attire. Wrrte or phone for raaarvations. cosm.mtT am cowomosue rsstiiv run rati aaawM HOTEL SYRACUSE SYRACUSE. NEW YORK ,HA 2-SI11 t asjssaalHgasYamBmnmBam ' ' Jew Yorh State Exposition ' ft WELCOME YOU : TO THE Be Sure to Visit '1 t EDWARDS in Syracuse """a parklai a-Utt4 a-fml parwrng ' . - mas ts larata rtikl kkne th asum Mara! W invtti gov to visit thfnsw EDWARDS Th-a and Automotiva Contra ' "Everything for Yonr Car" U 1543 S. SAIINA ST. George Washington was 57 when he became President. if . i&mBmmmi n; offrig upwards of $11,000 lor the best of show. Agriculture will also be fea tured prominently in the Youth Department, where thousands of farm boys and girls from New York Stale will be Clhibit- ing their prite livestock, vegetables, fruit crops, and homemade clothing and furniture. The farmers of tomorrow will be competing for almost' $39,-000 !n premiums. . . The . Expo's International Horse how. largest of ha kind in the. country, this year will offer approximately SJA.POQ ia awards. Due to the large num- HERE'S WHERE THE FUN IS This is an mrrial view ml pari oAr Au 1'arA- Stale Exposition tronnis. The ample parking spare an, and adjacent tn, ike groaads cam he clearly seen. INDOOR HEATED SWIMMING. P001 . free to guests a. i DINING ROOM COFFEE SHOP ; r COCKTAIL LOUNCEV; ,;? CcHitanirat t Uwatn sad .downtown shopping- diitrtrt . ROT DOM TO SHOPPERS FAIR AND SHOPPMCTOWR Erie Blvd. East, Routes S and 2, SYRACUSE. N.Y. nm 6li$w I J300 Moll Addrtss. Ust SrrKtM. I-T. Cuba is the largest island of the Weil Indies, . 9 i ' . DEWITT RANCH MOTEL i. Bring y6ur swimming suits ' ", -' Syraeuat iamily mmti DamiPDXBQDs. ' DOWNTOWN EASTWOOD NORTHERN LIGHTS y- i welcomes .' . -' X' " our ; ! ends'; 1 during ih. wa mm It is our wish that your visit to Syracust will b a pleasant ont and that you will comt back of rtn. L.-. ; ; You don't have to be Chinese; to have the time of your life at .the Expo. Just tee The Ginny Tiu Show with all the little Tius ; and the other free family shows in Empire Court Oscar Brand and the Newport Jazz Festival ; Alt-Siart, Bobby Rydett, Hank WiUigms,' hH ,5 Sergio Franchi, the Fun-E-Revue. Hear the :7' . New York Sute POPS CONCERT Orchestrt. At th ra grandstand shows watch Aut Swemon's ; THRILLCADE with aerial and auto daredevils. 5r , Harness Racing the Antique Autos, Sport Car Gym- -khana, CatUe Show, Industrial Building, Halt of Health, Square Dance Festival, Photography "64 Show by famous' ' Eastman House, Spelling Bee, Indian Village, All-Foods-r-Buildtng, State Exhibiu, Creative Cooking Contest, 1964 J - ; Model Home, the Midway Mile. U St It alt when you f?3 1 fsss. gwak . U LT NEW YORK STATE EXPOSITION Sopt. 1 thru Labor Day 10.m.10 p.m. - - - rHfu. -4".- "V,- '. 'A , TTIrt ' 4s '! svs e ea e fcaamisfc asm 0. a aSW4a 4 at nP n i

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