TWENTY-TWO EVENING TIMErf, CUMBERLAND, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Jet Engines Hot Stuff COLUMBUS, 'Ohio, — ( INS) — If you think boling water is hot, just place your hand on an operating jet engine. Dr. Clyde Williams, director of Battelle Institute in Columbus, says i today's Jet engine, which would not thoughts Jaeobj On Bridge Real Skill Shoivn In Bridge Playing [a club, giving her the last two tricks lor her game contract have been possible without the metallurgical discoveries of the past ten years, operates at about 1600 degrees Fahrenheit. Dr. Williams, who is predicting the development of construction materials capable of resisting temperatures up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit, claims: "Most people don't realize just how hot this is. Water boils at 212 degrees Fahrenheit and even that's more than your finger can stand." The Battelle spokesman predicts that materials will be developed that will enable still higher levels of achievement for the jet engine, rocket motor, gas turbine and other high-temperature operating engines. ' "We've already found that molybdenum can resist temperatures up to 400 degrees .Fahrenheit above those of the present jet engine." he has asserted, "and this is possible of course only when 'm-oly' is encased in another metal, such as nickel, lor protection against the damaging effects of extreme heat." "Moly" leads the metal list at present because it is the only high- melting-point metal available in sufficient quantities in the ,TJ. S. to meet expected demands for high- .temperature engines. Dr. Williams has said molybdenum melts at 4760 degrees Fahrenheit while common iron metals at about 2800 degrees. Titanium, he - says, is another metal coming into prominence for high temperature use although its melting point (3137 degrees Fahrenheit) is considerably less than that of molybdenum. Titanium, he 'contends, gets the nod where strength at very high temperatures is not the predominant need and where a property like lightness is vital. ... Aluminum, used by plane builders because of its lightness and strength, melts at 1200 degrees. Other high-melting-point materials being studied for a .leading role In the power engine ol tomorrow, the Battelle researcher maintains, It would do no good to lead hearts, for East would take the ace and lead a spade through the queen. It would do no good to try the club finesse, for West would win with the king of clubs and lead a heart in order to get a spade return from his partner. Mrs. Wainwright found a way out of this difficulty by cashing six rounds of diamonds at once. She could afford to discard two low ™, . e . ,. , L, j hearts and a low club from her hJ ™ w P f VT P hand - but by John Wesley Hyatt, a. young American printer, in 1863, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. • are carbon, silicon ceramic mixtures. and metal- Developed Plastics By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service Since I am of the male sex my on St. Valentine's Day naturally wander to all of the lovely ladies who play bridge. There must be about fifteen million of them in this country alone, and on the average they play better bridge than their boy friends. On this day it is appropriate to show a hand played with great skill and gusto by one of those fifteen million ladies. Declarer in today's hand was Mrs. Stuyvesant Wain wright, New York socialite and also one of the finest bridge players in the country. West opened the six of spades, and dummy wun with the king. Mrs. Wainwright could see one spade trick, six diamonds, and a club for a total of eight tricks. Where was the ninth trick? WEST (D) AAJ863 ¥85 4 2 NORTH AK5 VJ • AKQ1096 + Q872 14 EAST A1072 V A 10 9 6 485 410943 SOUTH VKQ73 • J42 *AJ5 Both sides vul. North East South 1 * Pass 1 V 2 * t Pass 2 N.T. 3 N.T. Pass Pass West Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—* 6 Janssen Pianos Gibson Refrigerators Gibson Electric Ranges Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges For Cash the Cheapest For Credit tJte Easiest PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE RE.'NHARTS 17 Baltimore St. finding safe discards. West began blithely enough by discarding three low hearts, but then his last discard stumped him. If he discarded a spade, South could afford to set up a heart trick since then she would lose only three spades and a heart. If he discarded a club, declarer might guess that he had blanked his king. West therefore discarded his last heart. West's anguish in discarding had been so obvious that Mrs. Wainwright had no difficulty in guessing what had taken place. Obviously West had parted with his last heart and had kept only spades and clubs. She therefore led a spade from dummy and let West take the rest of his suit. West then had to lead Q—The bidding has been: North East Sooth West 1 Heart 1 Spade Pass Pass Double Pass ? You, South, hold: Spades K-6, Hearts 10-7-3-2, Diamonds 9-4-2, Clubs K-8-5-4. What do you do? A—Bid three hearts. Your partner cannot rely on you for great strength since he knows that you did not bid over one spade. Your jump merely indicates that you have at least four hearts and a hand that was very nearly worth a free raise to two hearts. If that is enough for game, he will go on; if not, three hearts should be a safe contract. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You, South, hold: Spades K-J-6, Hearts 9-4-2, Diamonds Q-10-7, Clubs j-8-5-4. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Union Leases Meeting Place Jack P. Moore, president of Local 924, AFL Dairy Workers Union, has leased the first floor of a building at 501 North Centre Street for use as a union hall. The dairy workers have acquired the quarters under a one-year lease from the owner, Daniel A. Langer. The premises were occupied until about a year ago by the Acme Heating Company. The large front room will be used as a combination office and meeting hall, with either benches or folding chairs. The second room will be outfitted for a kitchen and pantry where refreshments can be prepared readily on meeting nights. Local S24 has never before had its own union hall, Moore said. In the past meetings have been held at various lodge halls and rooms and often at inconvenient hours. First regular meeting in the new building will be Thursday, March 6. A lot in the rear of the building is expected to provide adequate parking facilities for the approximately 110 members, employed by six local dairies. 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