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_W«h»«lUy. October* • TheHarea-Trlhunt. Lo»mpoft. Ind.-4 NORTH (0) *976 V2 « AK85 WEST *A832 V A » 6 • 10943 *5< EAST SOUTH V J10 3 »QJ76 *J2 VKQS754 • 2 * A 10 « e Both vulnerable Wen Nertk EMI Smith >* P»is IV PMS 2* Pau 3V P*u Pan Pass Opening lead - W» '" By OvwaU * Jamei Jacotiy >• Back in the days of Culbert«on a certain soap was first advertised as 99.44 per cent . pure. Ely didn't like to have .too many forcing bids. At the : • same time, he described some Culbertson system bids as :. -J9.44 per cent forcing. - . Apparently South's jump to ..three hearts was one of those -almost forcing bids. In any ., event, North did pass. A spade -Jead would have held South to ... -his contract but West opened a diamond. South got to discard one ipade on a high diamond and with trumps breaking 3-3 wound up with an overtrick and a top score of plus 170. At all other tables in the game, South chose to raise clubs as his second bid. Some North players got all the way to five. Others stopped short of game. West had a natural spade lead. The club bidders made 10 tricks for either plus 130 or minus 100 depending on how they had bid. This hand is another example of duplicate luck. That jump to three hearts ranges an absolute force with some experts all the way down to a mere invitation to partner to bid again. A Nevada reader wants to know if notrump has always been scored at 40 for the first trick and 30 for each subsequent trick. No, it hasn't. In Vanderbilt's original scoring it counted 35 a trick. It was changed to eliminate five point scores. (For a copy ol JACOBY MODERN, stnd tl to: "Win at Brldgt," c/o this nt*sptp»r, P.O. Box 489, Rtdlo City Station, Ntw York, N.Y. 10019) West German American Legion Posts May Lose Income From Slot Machines FKANKFURT. Wcsl Germany lUPIi — Posts operated by the American Legion in West Germany may lose the slot machines which subsidize both Wagoner Book Printing Scheduled ROCHESTER - The Fulton County Historical Society will reprint a book on the history of the Wagoner family. Originally printed in ISHI by Clark R. Wagner. Arlington, Ohio, the J>ook traces the Wagoner f also spelled Waggoner and Wagneri family, from John Waggoner who migrated -in the !700's from France to America. According to historical society officials, (here are many Wagoners and related persons in Indiana and throughout .the Midwest. Demand for this history has been great, officials stated. Information on ordering may. be obtained through the Fulton County Historical Society. " Seventh and Pontiac streets, Rochester, 46975, their club operations and (heir ^patriotic and charitable activities. One post also is in trouble, for non-payment of taxes, while the post in West' Berlin has been ordered to hold a new election in the wake of a management dispute. William "Bo" R. Williams. ;m Army K-7 (sergeant first class i who,., is . Commander of (he Legion's Department of France, which includes all of the-Legion's posts in Europe, agrees some of them are in difficulty. "There are problems," Williams said in an interview. "We're .aware of, them.. And we're going to take posiiivc action. Some action we're . 'taking today. Some things are programmed. But it is no! that we're • sitting here with the shutters pulled or that we cannot see the trees for the forest. We know the problem. we have identified the problem. atid action is to be taken. It i.s planned action." About Mofthel!) Legion posts in West Germany and ' West Berlin,, support .their club, patriotic and 'charitable ac- 'tivities in part from the proceeds of American-made "one-armed bandit" slot machines. But the Interior Ministry of the State of Hesse, in which a large par , of lne American Army in Germany is stationed and where, u number of the Legion's posts arc located, curlier, this year declared the slot- machines illegal and ordered police to remove them by July 15. -'•.': Concessionaires who operate, restaurant, bar and slor machine facilities in the Legion clubs appealed the decision. " Franz Nowak. the responsible official in the Hessian State Ministry of Interior, says he instructed police to return slot machines to ihe clubs from which they had been removed and allow them to continue in use (here pending outcome of the concessionaires' appeal. "We have taken, due process." says Williams. "What we did was to stay the order. Bui if they say take them out. wetakethcmout." Henry Slacewicz. concessionaire at Rhein Main Post No. n located in a huge lodge south of Frankfurt's llhein Main civilian airport and U.S. Air Force base, confirmed that "we have a stay of execution, our basis being that we are, a private club, we are not open (o the German public, and thai therefore the (German i public safely regulations don't realty bind n Legion post home. " Nowak counters - that the Legion is subject to all West German laws and that the law- forbidding "high win-high loss automatic gambling devices" applies to private clubs. tooT The outcome of the dispute will affect the.Legion's future in Germany because income from the slot machines allows post "home" concessionaires (o offer food and drink at prices below those -charged by military clubs on U.S. military bases or by German cluhs .and helps to pay (he costs of the Legion's many patriotic and charitable activities. Founded in l'J19. the American Legion is the oldest and. with 2.8 million members. Ihe largest U.S. veterans organization. Membership is open to soldiers, present and former, who served during World Wars I or II, or during the Korean or Vietnam conflicts. The Department of France comprises all of the Legion's 2-4 posts in Europe - 1.4 of them in W r est Germany and Wcsl Berlin. Williams, assigned (o the 32nd Army Air Defense Command in Darmstadt, 'became Department Commander on June 26. to serve tor one year. In addition (o the possibility of losing the slot machines now in the'clubs. Williams is coping with a lax problem that developed in Bitburg. with' a • management dispute in West Berlin, and with a membership problem in Hanau. Bitburg Past No. 20. located in the middle of a complex of U.S. military bases in the Eifel Mountains, is the largest postjn- the department, with 2.200 members. Early in 197;(. (he Bilburg Post decided to install slot machines. not nor did they ever consider registerinc themselves to pay taxes,"' Winkler said in an interview. '"They were not ever told a! any lime that while they were domiciled on the <Gor- manrcconomy. that they had to pay German (axes. "About 197-), when I was in my life insurance office in Bitburg. a gentleman came up to me and said he wanted to talk- to me about the Legion's tax- situation arid 1 said we didn't pay any. He said, 'don't you think it's a bit late?' He then started throwing out figures like 110,000 • marks. 200,000 marks, 280.000 marks, that was the highest figure he gave me." Robert H. Winkler. com- •mander of the Bitburg Post, says that because the post could not afford them, "several individuals- went together to purchase slot machines, and our Legion benefits to the tune of about $3.000 to $4.000 a month from them." Winkler became involved in legion affairs in Bitburg in 1971. nine years after the post was formed. "The regime at that lime (in l!*>2t. through ignorance, did The argument with the tax office has raged since then. Winkler says the Bitburg post now withholds wage taxes from its employees' pay and in addition pays business lax and turnover tax. At the same lime, it is depositing a sum of money toward whatever delinquent tax payment will have to be made. The German tax authorities: wiped out the period from 1962 through 1972 and arc talking only about taxes due from Jan. 1. 197:). which may amount to about Ki.ooo marks ($3f».GOO). Winkler said. logon/one/ Youth And Servicemen ; Navy Master Chief Boiler Technician Harold D. Rice, son of Homer Rice, of Rt. 2, "Logansport, is participating in 'exercise "Varsity Sprint" off "the Southern California coast. -" He is serving as a ' crewmember aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Gridley, Jwmeported In San Diego, Calif. •He joined the Navy in August "1950. School. His wife, Bonnie, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Zehnerof Monlerev. 401 E. MOAOWAV "•• Navy Seaman Recruit Gerry •D. Lyke, son of Mr. and Mrs. " Herman T. Brown, 217 Jackson j Ave.. Peru, has completed "recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111, A 1977 graduate of Peru High .School, he joined the Naw in Private Paul M. Cattorn, son of Phylliss Marks, Peru, recently received a Parachutist Badge upon completion of the ' three-week airborne course at the U.S. Army Infantry School, ' Ft. Benning, Ga. • - He entered the Army last ' March. ' • Specialist Four Richard L. Ray, whose wife, Nancy, lives at 1219 Spear St., Logansport, ••recently was graduated from ,the Eighth Army's Wightman -Noncommissioned Officer Academy in Korea. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Basil . I. Ray, 129 E. Linden Ave., he is £ 1972 graduate of Logansport ,"«igh School. He entered the Army in 1973. -' Army Private First Class Thomas Childres, son of Mr. ,'and Mrs. Marion Childres, 473 E. Second St., Peru, recently fired expert with the M-16 rifle at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. The expert rating is the highest mark a soldier can achieve on his weapons qualification test. . He entered the Army in Oc' tober, 1976. Navy Hull Maintenance Technician Second Class Michael H. Ballard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E, Ballard, Rt. 2. Peru, is participating in the major NATO exercise "Display Determination." He Is serving as a crewmember aboard the frigate USS Connote, homeported in Norfolk, Va. His ship is deployed to the Mediterranean Sea as a unit of the U.S. Sixth Fleet. He joined the Navy in March. 1973. + + + Airman Gleti R. Fox. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Fox, Rt. 5, Rochester, has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the U.S. Air Force technical training course for aircraft maintenance specialists. ++.7}-' Navy Electronic Warfare Technician Second Class Michael J. Hilcman. whose wife, Kathryn, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Galbralth. Rt. 3, Peru, has departed for an extended deployment in the Mediterranean Sea. He is serving as a crewmember aboard the assault ship USS Guadalcanal, homeported in Norfolk, Va. While deployed, his ship will operate as a unit of the U S. Sixth Fleet. He joined the Navy in February 1975. Jim Richer! has been named to the dean's honor list at the University of Notre Dame. Dean's list students have achieved a semester average of 3,4 or higher. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Richerl, Winamac. Sharla Hazletl, Doug Hively. Allen Kruger, Mary Kuhn. Nona Maclchow. Qhristiri Simonin. Sleven Smidlcr, Edward Topp and Robert Truebloocl. HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US!! Marine Corporal Joseph A. Birner, son of Mr, and Mrs Sammy J. Birner. W> Jefferson Ave.. Peru, has been promoted to his present rank while serving with the First Marine Division, Marine Corps Base Camp Ptjndieton, Calif. His wife, Debra, is the daughter of Betty M. Haines of 25 E. Franklin St., Peru, A 1976 graduate of Peru High School. he joined the Marine Corps in May, 1976. Navy Boiler Technician Second Class William L. Abbott Jr., son of William L. Abbott. Sr. of .Main SI,. .Rochester,- is £ participating in the ni;ijor NATO exercise "Display Determination." He joined the Navy j n February. 1971. Stanley A. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kichard J. Martin, Walton, received the Bachelor of Science degree in Architecture from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. 59. ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECTACULAR SAVINGS ON NEW FALL FASHION APPAREL! MONDAY, OCT. 3rd Thru SATURDAY, OCT. 8th John Myers, son of Mr. and Mrs. John G, Myers. Logansport. is a freshman at Wabash College, A Lilly scholar, he is a pledge. of Beta Theta Pi Social Fraternity and plans on majoring in history in a pro-law program,- ' Coast Guard Subsistence Specialist Second Class Lawrence D. Glassburn, son of Mr; and .Mrs. George Glassburn. of 85 E. Warren St.. Peru, recently completed a deployment;, in the Arctic Ocean. A 1975 graduate of Peru High School, he'joined the Coast Guard in June, 1975, Private Richard W. Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin G. Page, Rl. 2, Brookslon. recently received a Parachutist Badge upon completion of the three- week airborne course at the U.S. Army Infantry School. Ft. Benning, Ga, He entered the Army in April, Seventeen West Central High school graduates have qualified as State Scholarship winners. They arc Pairicia Busch, Valerie Busch, Connie Cervenka. Vincent Doyle, Todd Erb, Cathy Gaslineau, Kim-: berly Gutwein, Darla Haring, £ '. Summer graduate a( Indiana University Bloomington include June Lillic Fry. Cutler, B.S. in physical education, and Jeffrey Brent Goodwin. 503 E. Franklin, Delphi. B.A. ^.Graduates from Logansport included Heidi Lee Detriek, 90] Whcatland, B.A.: Donald John Eder. 700 Wheatland, Doctor or Education: Lyrine D. McCaffry, 105 Nottingham Way. Master of Library Science;.- and Terra Newton; 131 W. Linden. Master of Library Science;,; '. ' Also'graduating were Linda • Kay Moore, Rt. 2. B.S. .in Physical Education and William Joseph Roberts, B.A., | both ot Galveston. Mary Elizabeth -Peterson Zundo, Rt, 2. Star City.-received a B.S. degree in Education, while Susan Hansel!.-..- Rl. 1, Chalmers received : a 8.A: degree, .,- . . Michael Joseph Radcliffe, 204" N. FourthAve., Wolcolt, earned . | a B.A. degree. . • SWEATERS Over 500 To Select From I Cowlnecks • Bulkies • Pullovers • Cardigans WINTER COATS Many Now Super Styles HUGE SELECTION!! UPTO 1/3 FINE ASSORTED STYLES-EARTHTONES SIZES 8-18 OFF REG. $160.00 $139.90 $129.90 JUNIOR 5-13 ICAMC PANTS JtANS POLYESTERS SPECIAL GROUP LEATHERS REG. $22 17 90 !fl3 90 RIG. $280.00 199*1 ''., Air Force Reserve Airman i Joanne L. Conkright, daughter of Mrs. John L. Heuer of Ht. 5, Peru, has graduated at . Lackland AFB, Tex., from Air force basic training. \ She is a 1977 graduate of Maconaquan High School. : .• Selected for Instruction in the communications electronics field at Kecslcr AFB. Miss., -latter completing basic training "at Lackland AFB, Tex,, is Airman Dawn L. Hatter, "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hatter, 1203 N. . Alain, Monticello. She is a 1977 graduate of Twin ' Lakes High School. . The Air Force has promoled" Richard A. Neff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. Neff of.Rt. 2, Winamac, to the rank of staff sergeant. ' He is serving at Tinker AFB, , Okla., as .' an administrative specialist. He is a 1971 graduate ef Winamac -Community High EltTER First and Third MONDAY EVERY MONTH I.I.M. OPTION WnVO 99 'k^BBIW ••* ^^^Wfw mOMOIUSIMBS CdllCf • btMM M.49MMI The*2 4l) Lunch Smofgnsbonl All you can eatl Thick 'n Chewy" 1 pizza or Thm,'n : Crispy* pizza.. with your choice of delicious toppings. Cavatini; deep-dish pasta, garlic bread, and crisp garden fresh salad from our new salad bar. Everything you want for lunch and more. The $2.49 Lunch Smorgasbord. At participating Pizza Hut' restaurants. SHIRTS AND BLOUSES PL AIDS & SOLIDS Reg. to $22 MISSES 8 to 18 PANTS YOUR FAVORITE PULLONS FALL PANT COATS WARM WOOL BLENDS 56*,. 69" RABBITTRIMS REAL FUR ON LONG COATS •Hut Our Reg. 7.90 5 99 REG. $130.00 3255 U.S. Highway 24 East Logansport, Indiana 753-8412 Mon. through Frl. 11.30am to 1:30 pm .COORDINATES JACKETS-PANTS-TOPS FALL SLEEPWEAR SELECT GROUPS AND STYLES Ibtfllloieus forhinch. UPTO 1/3 OFF UPTO 1/3 OFF DONT DELAY THIS IS OUR MOST FANTASTIC SAU EVENT EVER!! 1 WEEK ONLY! 4MI.MOADWAY DOWNTOWN

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