Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1964 · Page 36
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. 21, 1M4 G!ob«.Gaz«tt«, Mason City, la. Surplus farm products held by government at low level WASHINGTON (AP) — The government's investment in surplus farm products has declined to the lowest level in many years, reflecting mainly cutbacks in production under land diversion programs and heavy disposal of surpluses to the needy at home and abroad. The Commodity Credit Corp., the Agriculture Department agency which finances most of the surplus handling and disposal programs, reported recently it had $6,998,000,000 invested in surplus commodities on Nov. 1, compared with $7,411,000,000 a year earlier. In the early 1960s, the CCC investment was close to $10 billion. But the reduction in surplus stocks has heen offset by an in- crease in government payments to farmers for reducing plantings of surplus crops, such as wheat, feed grains and cotton Most of the payments are fi nanced by the CCC. Payments are running much heavier now than ever before For the July-October period this year, they totaled about $950 million compared with about $770 million in the like period a year earlier. The CCC reported its losses during the July-October period at $1,437,000,000 compared with $1,100,000,000 a year earlier. Included in the losses were the payments to producers, as well as losses incurred by sale of surpluses for less than cost un der price support programs. Contract Bridge | A Merry Christmas From i KROPMAN'S 9th N. E. We Will Be Open Phone 423-7473 South cieaier. Both sides vulnerable. NORTH 4863 WEST *52 •JKJ10987 EAST AA97 *6 4A1093 +107.643 SOUTH 4KQJ104 V A542 4K75 + Q The bidding: South West 1 4 PHHS 2 e; Dble. 4 4 Pa.s.4 North 2* i We Deliver Christmas Eve. and Day Open Sundays i GROUND BEEF 2 Lbs. Decker's lowana CANNED HAMS BANANAS -iri pound AUC Whole or Cut-Up FRYERS 3 Lb. Avg. nn pound OOC 89c $2.49 Borden's Glacier Club ICE CREAM '/a Gallon . Fresh Crisp RADISHES SnoBoy n CARROTS « EGGS Extra Large Opening lead—nine of clubs. The setting for this remarkable hand was the regular Friday night duplicate game at the Wcllcsley Club in London, England. Declarer at four spades was John Colling*, playing with Harold Franklin. Both are well- known British experts. By i. JAY BECKER Top r«cord-hol<l«r in matter*' individual championship play FAMOUS HANDS / West had doubled two hearts —and meant it—and East had doubled four spades—with per haps less exuberance. West opened a club. It was not an easy hand to play. There appeared to. be enough tricks to make the con tract—except for the details. Collings took the club with the queen and led the king ol spades. East won the ace and returned a heart. There was no doubt in Coll ings' mind that the heart lead was a singleton. West's double of two hearts plus (he lead of the six, presumably East's high cst heart, made the situation all loo clear. To duck the heart would bring immediate defeat, since West would take his king and return a heart which East would ruff. The ace of diamonds would then provide the sotting trick. So Collings wont up with the ace of hearts and cashed the queen of spades, both opponents following suit. And then Collings made a strange play He led the four of spades! East was astonished to find himself the winner of a second Kant Paaa Pass Pass Dble. tt FOOD For Thought— For Holiday Parlies and Gifts For Wonderful Menu Vuricly and Real Time Savers, loo, Feature TASTE TEMPTING • Corned Beef • Pastrami • Salami • Beef Tongue, etc. • Kosher Pickles * Cheese • Assorted Smoked Fish • Yes, We Have Lox and Bagels Mmmm ,, . Delicious When Served A* Sandwiches, Salads or Side Dishes Be Sure And Place Your Order For Chrisima* Now TOPPY'S trump trick—this time with the nine. It w»i an unexpected windfall. But hi* satisfaction was shortlived—he had to lead something back. There was no escape for East. If be returned a club, declarer would discard three hearts and diamond on dummy's clubs. He would then come to ten tricks after conceding the ace of diamonds. If East chose to return a diamond instead, the play of the ace would end matters very qOickly. With a low diamond return South would win in dummy, discard three hearts, and then lead a diamond towards his king. This-would bring the de fense to the same unhappy end. The deliberate sacrifice of a trump trick by Ceilings made East's position untenable. HOME FOR CHRISTMAS BRITT - Pvt. Jim Jacobsen arrived by plane to spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobsen. Pvt. Jacobsen is stationed at Fort Polk, La., with the U.S. Army and is with the 168th Engineering Battalion. PAST NOBLE GRANDS NASHUA — Officers of the Past Noble Grand Club of Nashua are Mrs. Glenn Van Klecck, president; Mrs. Jack Knapp, vice president; Miss Goldie Cagley, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. Roy Banwell, card chairman. Segal one actor who admits money con buy happiness By BOB THOMAS AP Movi«-Ttl*vislon Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — "Money buys happiness," George Segal says with refreshing candor as he surveys the most important year of his lite. After years of listening to deadly serious actors proclaim "money isn't everything," I was delighted to hear Segal confirm what most of us common folks believe. 'Of course morwy makts • difference," said the actor, who spent years in off-Broadway plays at $45 a week. "Now my wife and I can afford a girl to watch the baby. We can go out every night of the week if we want to — and sometimes we do. 'And when we're in New York, it's not a matter of whether we can afford to go to Sardi's, but whether we want to go." George Segal is a happy actor, and no wonder. His 30th : year has brought him the kind of success an actor's dreams are made of. He has appeared in "Invitation to a Gunfighter" and "The New Interns." He joined the international cast.of "Ship of Fools" and is now finishing the title role in "King Rat" as the only American amid a flock of Britishers. How did if *!! happen? "I'm not sure," said George. "I guess I had to wait for certain things to happen." What happened was a series of events, any one of which! might have broken the chain if' it hadn't occurred. If George hadn't had an old-style, hard- sell agent, who fell to his knees to plead for a role for his boy in "Invitation to a Gunfighter" ...If George hadn't been at a party where he met, Robert Cohn, producer of "The New in terns"...If "Ship of Fools" pro ducer-director Stanley Kramer hadn't also produced "Invitation to a Gunfighter" etc., etc. Anyway, it did happen, and Geo'rge Segal is being hailed as the new dramatic star for 1965. About George: he is reddish- haired, blue-eyed with a medium huild and medium good looks. He is an amiable fellow in conversation, but before the camera he comes on strong. 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