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Thursday, September 6, 1962
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gdftertef TOUGH TALK HAS SUPPORT OF This is what the American people would have the President Say. If anything, we would have it said in a tcwghar tone, and with « show of impending action. The stimulus to the spirit of the people here when the President warned the Soviet and Diba this week must have been felt equally among all other peoples, free or not, who want to control their own destinies. It was the pledge of aggressive foreign policy, more than all other campaign points, that elected President Kennedy. He was put into office with the hope of bold new action that would stem tha Red tide that all predecessors had failed to halt. If his popularity should wane, it will not be because he asked for, or failed to get, medicare, federal aid to education, or other controversial programs. It will be because he failed to change the trend marked by Laos, the Bay of Pigs and the Berlin wall. The response to the Presiflent's Tuesday warning indicates that any action that might follow, to the point of a blockade or actual military invasion of Cuba, would be overwhelmingly supported by the American people, and would lose us no real friends. Physically, there is very little difference in the Soviet buildup ol arms and military training in Cuba, and the American military help to Thailand and Formosa. But decades of experience has shown a fundamental difference in basic purpose. America has sent military equipment, military "advisers" and even organized troops into other nations, just as the Soviet is doing In Cuba. The difference is that the Soviet has repeatedly used its military aid as a means of maintaining in power a regime adverse to the wishes of the people ruled by that regime. This is ilhtstrated in tha case of Hungary, Poland and East Germany. Moreover, the Soviet in this case is aiding a regime that already Indicated that it has aggressive intentions toward other nations in the western hemisphere. The presence from the beginning of Russian arms support would serve to disqualify any contention by the Castro regime that it is constituted according to the wisnes of the Cuban people. Intervention that would free the Cuban people tc establish their government by an orderly process would therefore not be a matter of meddling in the in ternal affairs of another nation on the part of the United States. If the President as commander-in-chief were to undertake an action that would rid the hemisphere of an arm of the Soviet, the United States would be roundly denounced but thoroughly respectet throughout the hemisphere. THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS EDITORIAL PAGE PAftl 4 BRAZOSPORT AND BftAZORIACOUNTY.TEXA5JTHURS.. SEPTEMBER ». 1942 OUT, WHERE THE TALL CORN GROWS! THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS KTAIL1SHID 1712 Publbned dolly ami Sunday except Saturday by Review Fnblhlien, IM* 307 I. Perk An., Free-port, Teias. Jane* J. Naben, t-nildrnt. JAMIS $. NABORS PUBLISHER «LENH HIATH „ _ „ _ _ EDITOS aionai L WACOM D ADV. DIRECTOR IRNIE E, ZIESCHAN* Advertising Manager MORRIS FREEMAN Mechanical Superintend**! E. E. HENDRIX Circulation Manager PEARL GLOVER Claaifltd Manager ROBERTA OANSBY Managing Editor LEROT BYRD Women's Editor 8EORGE FERGUSON Sperh Editor NANELLE H. MALLORY Office Manager World wWe MWI toveraa* by The Associated Press. Member af Texas Dally Newspaper Association, Tens Press Association. SUBSCRIPTION RATES By carrier, dally and Sunday, $1.50 per month plus rex. Mall rates Jim Bishop, Reporter ly JIM IISHOP T here's A Story Behind The Star MADRID, Spain —The only real rcrson was the Spanish doctor The others were actors. The doc or squinted under the lights. Me vas there to show Paul Uikas low to handle surgical instru - menls in a hospital scene. The soldiers who had been ounded in this movie — "55 Days n Peking" — were in the beds, siting. Lukas listened politely to the doctor. He is a considerate man. I watched closely because 1 know the story behind the story. In 1949, Paul Lukas was playing summer stock. He was in Westport, Conn., in "Accent on Youth" when he noticed that nts voice was becoming hoarse. He did nothing. An actor has commitments. He was contracted to star in a Studio One drama, "The Great Gabbo,' and he had contracted to appear in Atlanta late in October. The old Hungarian star kept clearing his throat, but it would remain clear. At last, he went to a Dr. Kempfner in Manhattan and had his throat examined. The doctor used a bronco scope and detected a polyp — a '•'•"• onlo the larynx. It would have to come «. Lukas began to worry. He was 58. A few days later, the doctor skirted Novacain down his throat and — snip, snip — removed the polyp. "Paul," he said, "I have to send this to the laboratory. We cannot take a chance." Now the fear was in the open. It had been uttered. Lukas tried to speak. A wheeze of air came out. The World Todov IF AID AGGRESSIVE, WATCH OUT! The doctor said not to worry. There would be an answer in a few days. The hazel eyes, the dark face turned an agonized appeal to Kempfner. He could give no assurance. "A few days." How long is a few days? Two days come to 48 hours, slow - motion seconds. The eter- ing, the waiting, the white pillow, The end. In the morning, the phone rang. It wasn't Kempfner. It was a theatre manager in Atlanta. "What are you whispering for, Paul? I can hardly hear youT What? Oh, no. You must come. You're the third slar I promised. The other two didn't show up. Now look, Paul. . ." He went. He flew to Atlanta, e would make his appearance and the manager would explain to the ticket holders that Paul -.ukas, the famous movie star, had a very sore throat. Lukas was alone in a hotel. He vrote a note to the manager. "If need anything," it said, "I will >ick up the phon* and whistle. I ind that I can whistle. When the operator hears me, please send a lellboy to my room at once." Lukas made the appearance. He heard the thunder oil applause once more. He grinned foolishly and pointed to his throat. The Georgians understood. They forgave him. He shuffled into the wings and the grin died. The hotel was no solace. He walked the! room. First straight up and down. Then in a small circle. He prayed some more. He whistled Into the ; phone. The bellboy knocked and Lukas didn't know what to say. Or how to say it The next morning came and the actor was out of bed at dawn. This would be the morning. He tried saying "Ye-e-s" for when the phone might ring. He could hear it. The word was faint and hoarse, but his ears could detect it. The phone did not ring. It was as silent as he. The perspiration started again and Lukas felt weak. He could not stand any! more ticks of the clock. There was a knock on the door. He lurried to open it and tried hard to look casual. It was a bellboy I with a telegram. CspUlri Bob ^ Show _ Xrnwlr-«n Bnnrlstnnd Mnhnlla Jacks-cm Wck_Tracy JCojor) __ Eiwly Show: "Y'>i;nP and Dangerous." Mill Gentle, MnrkTJamnn B M.-G.-M. Theatre: "A Royal Scandal." Tallulah Bahkhcnd, Charles Co- hum R«y Connway. SPMI.V Guy Ssvuit*. WrnU-.ct- Evsns (D Nrw« Nick Omrhnrt Wfdthw: Sid T^shrr O frontiers of Science ••Did «n« Weight a n l Irol, Part 1" 0 10 O'clock Hound™ NOWJ, Weather, Mann Abimt _ 10:30 • Hound Tb156" I Whlrlybirds I The World Traveler •8:40 8:45 ^ Americans at Work Himlley - Brink ley _ UW5~JD I-*'* Show "Tn'oTir Time." Ida lAipmo, runt Henrcld. M*T nolnml IB ABC: frlnill Report ff) Hong KODR: "Tnt'S Empress." Glenn Evnm helps tho daughter of q famous,' deceased, Amm, can medical mfsslonarj claim « •vnluaMc .<:•,'• I Slim Off Tonight Show (Coli . Report nSTNcws: Hay Conaway. : _ Weather: Tom Evans, JI-JQ m Follow Via Mnn; Sports: Guy Savage^ _^ "Bay "' I News: —• • ~ Man" .6:16 0) ABC Evening Heport '.2:25 Q S'lgn OK m kite News: 8:M Channel 3 Newsrfel. 6:00 IB Operation Lift: By JAMES MARLOW j— like Soviet bases in Cuba— or| In recent days, as news ac- mty began at that moment, as it Associated Press News Analyst ! " Cast ro™ ved "Sainst his neigh WASHINGTON (AP.-President *«*« «»« """ help fcr about ^viet military ! has <° r *° man y More Paul the Soviet tit-for-tat switch in the cold Actually ' 1 *" military 'h^e of Communist bloc military in Am " i ca back technicians, a number of senators and as it will for so many who have never felt a glacial squeeze around the heart. Paul Lukas went home and be- upon request. All mall subscriptions payable In advance. Entered a* second class matter March 21. 1JS2, at fte Freeporr. Ttroi. Post Office, under Hie Act of Conqrexs of Merest, 1*70. ove -or-ta swtc in the cold, I% , , ---------- -----------Iwar-boiled down to telling them'??. ' Soviets are domg to ^ I complained Kennedy wasn't tough's 8 " to pray. He had no voice, just ™ States *"• """" aras P ofa file over an accent. not to get aggressive notions. this country i enouEh 'has been doing to the Communist 1 evenls .world for years. For example: the military help, i a rasp of a file over an accent. "Dear God," he croaked. ''Do not Try and Stop Me By BENNETT CERF _, _ J l^vrtl VJUU, tltr uuatltaj. JL Strom "Thurmond. l, et me have „„,„,,.. DO not invasion of: mit it . j fmmise you solemnly I It was the climax of building up for weeks. lif^nM St ^! nt Tu( f ay ^ ht and"Wer7"a¥anc^.'mrc^n't^l? 1 ^: Another Homer Capehart, j "£\ be a good man from now on. Kennedy didn t complain about jhas provided for countries around i R ' Ind " s&a about <* much. Still This j promise , ^ even do Ithe kind of military help the the Communist perimeter in Eu-!?™ ther fr ""~ fl1 ° v ~^~ " P Soviets have given, and are giv- rope; the aid to Chiang Kai-shek I £ A " cr ™ r-j.1 ^..._ -PL. ,.=_. .,. *•.. ,.,„*„„, D~J Kennedy': a/TAKITANS, insists MlVe Connolly, can get jealous, tc 111 He gives as an example the pin-point-headed Marti who kicked an IBM machine and snarled, "If I can't ha yoo, nobody wHT—and pulled eat tfat prug. Bob Sylvester •n actor who played Josef BtaBn in three tuxtaefre notion pictures. "My boy looks BO much like Stalin," boasted his agent, "that twice in the past month while ht< vaa Bleeping •omebody moved his body." Herb Stein say» Qie BoDywood definition of toughtog it fe to. turn the electric blanket down to medium. He also heard a Fide! Castro. The kind the on Formosa near the coast of Red I could fensi' listed as going to Cuba'china; military aid in Korea «,*,, d be considered sinctly de-;South Viet Nam and. recently,! "C- , trrwiftc? in TVi^ilnrvl TV« TTi-iit™4 <' ' s "<i°-nothing" attihide. have brushed __. JJP aside. Other sen- troops in Thailand. The Unitedi ators on other subjects have had The terror mounted steadily, in-1 local throat specialist, Dr. Mur- exorably. No newspaper could jdoch Equem. Lukas could not be- But he said plainly enough that States has approximately 8,000 i '- 5 - But %vhat brought the , if the buildup was of the kind : military advisers In Communist- w ™'e ^business to a head was thatjiould be used for aggression threatened South Viet Nam. Business Mirror Outlook For Jobless Brighter This Month what happened Sunday. In Moscow there was joint Soviet-Cuban announcement which promised Russian help to Castro in building steel mills and in farming. Then it said they discussed threats of aggression from "imperialist quarters." It didn't mention the United (States. But it added: because profits would come from: higher!Cuba asked military help to pro- 1 prices, lower production costs, jtect itself, Russia would give it 'lower taxes, or greater efficiency. I "armaments and technical sne- NEW YORK (AP)-Jobs. or lack,None of the four is easy to cialists for training Cuban serv- of them, one of the nation's sticki- • achieve, al! admit 'icemen." est problems, could look a bit bet- ! Organized labor, saying it is The announcement didn't list ter this month. 'tired of waiting, is now plugging|the kind of armaments but Iti LM Part of the better look will be lor a cut in the standard work carefully avoided savin? the mill i ft Of Sffl patient ten his analyst "My wife and I are slowly drifting apart,! quite real. Auto production is due week to 35 hours from «. It con-!tary heln wouH IrSe <J£i.t Doctor. Can you suggest anything to speed it up T- to rise sharply thLs month. Thus, tends this would create more jobs,j troops. By SAM DAWSOS AP Business News Analyst everything 1 can to help people." The head bowed beside the bed. "Only please. Weather: .Wisslcgcr 6:30 Q) O? and Harriet: "The Student Nurse." Repeat 0} Accent:- "Pearl Harbor: TJnfoTgotten." Host John Ciardl visits th« site of the Jtpanesa attack on Dec. 7, 1841 Q The Friendly Olsnl: "Upside Down Book" O Outlaws: "A Bit of Glory." Repeat 6:45 Q Industry on Parade ^ 7:00 Course teaching peoplo to read, wrlta 6:30 O) Cadet Don 6:55 I SIgn On Morning Devotional 7:00 i I Morning Report Today 7;1S Of Mr. Caboose) 7:30 (B Morning KdlHon News 8:00 i ! Cadet Don Captain Kangaroo Q) Frontier Oteus: "Incident at Pawnee Gun." Repeat O Achievement 8:00 i ) Jack I* If»nn» i Calendar i Say Wheft 7:30 (D The Real McCoyi: '"How to Win Friends." Repeat Grandpa tries to instill reU-confidence la Luke 9:30 Q Morning Movie: Tly. ing Down to Rio." Fred Astalre, Ginger Bogeo ,ove>Lucr V Your Hunch O The Constitution ind tn-nn Human Rights: "Ti*f- Lukas couldn't God: Please. . . wait. "Dear "Please?" He fumbled to open the message. It read: "It is benign. Nothing to worry about. Take it easy. Kempfner." The brain refused to compre icnd. Paul Lukas backed up to the bed and read it, again. And again. Then he put it away and :ook it out and read it Then he >egan to breathe. And smile. Men get no joy from tears. They despise themselves with each shuddering sob. But when they come, they come with speed, n the morning, Lukas visited a dom to Travel" O Dr. Klldare: Dr. K1I- 10=30 dare risks his career to | The Verdict la Tovrrt ) Price Is Right I The Brighter Day Concentration convince a young mother '0:55 CD Harry Reasoner News that surgery could help ,, ;00 Q) Tennessee ErnleloRl m Love of Lite O Your First Iropr?- sion her deaf son. Repeat 6:00 O My Three Sons: "Blind Date." Repeat velops an irregularity f inis New House: "Of n § Search for Tomon Truth or Cons lines and Mills" qucnces 8:30 The Man and the 11:45 ffl ® Challenge: "Experiments 11:55 Q News Report erase it. No radio music could dull the dread. The normal courage a man hoards was spent in sweat. Down he went. Cancer. Cancer for sure. Cancer beyond doubt First a laryngectomy. Then the eternal silence. Then the wast- lieve his good luck. And he was right. Dr. Equem said: "You have another white spot on the larynx. We'll have to do a biopsy, I'm sorry.". . . (Part twoo f this dory will appear In a few day*) Washington Scene By GEORGE DIXON No Handout For i of wretched weather, an ] Iwho wouldn't sign his name) dashed off this rhymed lament: Oh, what a blamed uncertain thing This pesky weather is: It blew and anew and then it thew And now by jing it friz! one of the key industries will be ; 'f the present production pace is doing its bit. Steel production is: to he maintained. And with (troops. In a statement Tuesday night also due to rise a trifle . DAILY CROSSWORD ACBOS3 1. Outspoken B. Surveyor's measure 11. Ship-to- shore com- munlcation II. Wake 13. On the top of 14. Heavy, wooden mallet 15. Your: dialect 16. Scotch river 17. Over: poet 18. Astray 21. Silver coins: 19. Fails: 3. Charming: colloq. 4. Pinch 5. Knockout: abbr. 6. Fisherman's ZZMexl- baaket T. Garden tool S.A car: colloq. S.LltUe Island 10. Never: poet 14. Honey, producing insects 16. Assembly basic : n e w jobs would increased ticked off ' kind of ' industry will look healthier any- purchasing power, and presuma-!g O t from Russia' 3 1 equipment he said he knows Cuba -! way, even if it doesn't swell employment rolls much. and services, and thus a Part of the better look in unem- ure °' economic growth. «_ greater demand for goods; Defensive missiles, but not of- meas - fensive ones, and equipment to WASHINGTON — King Saud of .who is helping emerging nations Saudi Arabia took time out from | set up postal systems. Mr. Aiken in Terror," On three j separate occasions, Bat-' ton finds himself involved in "accidents" fl) Zane Grey Theatte: '^Decision at Wilson'r Creek." Repeat t KUHT Travel Club: ew Tlngland Portrait" B The Lively! Ones (Color) Guests Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillesple and Mamako 9:00 (D The Untouchables: . •'The Contract" Repeat Trail leads' to gambling ship as Ness and hoodlums pursue the same quarry 01 CBS Reports: "The Year of the Polaris." Repeat The life story of the nuclear - submarine- launched If-bomb-tlpr' 1 "' Polaris missile Q Folksay O Sing Along with Witch (Color) Italian songi, songs to the beauty of bridges and a salute to United States cities Jane Wyman Pre- •>' News at Noon Susie 12:15 0J The Le* Slu-p, i Show i2:30 CB Camouflage Q) As The World Tun O Highway Patrol .2:55 B ABC Midday Reini i 1:00 Q) Home Edition N-wi Q) Password Q Jan Murray (Co! >r) '1:25 Q NBC News 1:30 Oragnet House Parly Loretta Yomiff Z:UO Q) Day in Court S Millionaire _ __ Young Dr. Malcme 2:30 m Seven Keys . (D To Tell the Tmlh Q Our Five Daughter* 2:55 fl) Doug Edwards Keio 3:00 (0 Queen for a Day fl) Secret Slorm O Maka Room (or Daddy the ever - increasing responsibilities of fatherhood the other day to denounce his four brothers for giving up their harems. He should have them cited by the Un-Isla- use it, some Soviet-made torpedo mic Activities Committee. - , , ... . i-.«— ... tr^it Jtl-lllduc \UI u*ruu ployment will be seasonal and Labor also joined with niany: 1,03,5 with snip . tt> . shj jded mjs . largely a matter of satisfies. A: busmi? ss organizations in urging a; s j]es navjng a ran 0 , 15 mi , es (lot of students, and professors, j' a * cut this year. This the ad- • and perhaps a total of 3 500 Soviet 'will go back to school. This will j ministration decided against. It j technicians for setting up and cut employment totals insofar as ialso opposes a 35-hour week, say-1 teaching the Cubans to use the • ;they held seasonal jobs. It wiU| m K wha * <"« economy needs is . electronic equipment Castro got rt 'also cut unemployment totals, in-! more production, not less—more But he noted there was no sign sofar as those who didn't find such'economical production, not more O f Soviet bases or Soviet combat Soviet Union 23,Seml- predoos stone ST. Apportion 38. Nimble 28. Cry 80. Invented •L Pelted, with rocks »«.L*ck ML Fart of "tobe" 17. Legendary British king 40. Fortunate (2 wds.) 42. Terrible 43. Sheer 44. Boor Joint 4fi. One cent 4& Wrath DOWN L Become colloq. 28. First-rata 30. Irish city 32. Shabby: colloq. 33. Speak imperfectly 34. Poker itake Yesterday'* AAIWC* 35. Scheme 38. Impel 39. An tiered animal 41. Footed- vaae 42. Clamor 44. Exclamation (jobs get out of the ranks of ^_ ... „„_ „. „, I unemployed and out of the labor i Even - a faster rate of econ&rnicKVignairant^canabiiity'^'iere" j force. j growth will still leave some of the Cuban or Soviet But any such improvement in j unemployed out of the new pros-, j{ the statistics—in the totals and in,'P er 'ty. These are the untrained— ^jj the percentages—is unlikely to sat-i and ^ e trend now is all toward.'..H.. : troops in Cuba, or any other in rubbing 19 lfc> ^ 8 10 39 M showed he "gravest issues" wotjd If he doesn't have an Un.Isla- mic Activities Committee, his duty Is crystal clear. He should create one. An Un-Islamic Activities Committee, dedicated to blacklisting the King's kin because they freed their slaves and concubines, would be as praise - has just returned from a survey, of many Arab states, and has| found Saudi Arabia, despite Its! fabulous wealth, incredibly back-! ward. j It is based on the fanatical) Wahhabi sect of Islam. Slavery i is common and accepted. Feuds] and fratricides are common. Thus It redounds to the credit of King Saud that he continues to be such a homebody, because he has many other distractions. One that would take a lesser man '* «V» CONTRACT BRIDGE By B. Jay Becker (Tap Kecanmolder In Mottera' Individual CtwmptouUsi Hoy) worthy as our Un-American Activ-ifrom the harem these days is his isfy those who are fighting the! more sailed labor. In fact, there; basic problem. There will still bei are shortages right now in some ( too many unemployed, too large i fielda of highly skilled work, a percentage of the total labor ' And then there is the number of Hies Committee. The King cut off his brothers' allowances, and is threatening to strip them of their titles, in the name of anti-Islamism. lle'i just of the events in|g 0 t to have an ties Committee to back him. On Aug. I'D, U.S. officials re- A , nis A a twlferenr . e a percentage 01 me total labor "" u>e " ™ ere '»™ numtrjer ,°' ported 15 Soviet vessels .including force, and too many with seeming-, ikllled workers whose particular lfive Dltssen! , er shiDS arrivcd („ ly slim chances of finding work.j s ' t '" s have been passed by in the. The battle lines are sharply! rus ' 1 to ne ' v technological heights.. joined now. jRetraining programs have helped; The administration all along hasi" 1 6Ome instances. More is going Ke ],' n ^y [plugged for a laster rate of eco- !to te trieri "" ^is line. hari h * nomic growth. That means more ! But the ^asonal ups and downs {expansion, more production, morel'" the c-un ' e °' employment and 1 i consumption. Its ideas of achiev- i unem Ployment won't hide the ba- ; , ,ing this have covered a wide isi(: Problem—nor quiet the battle; ; range, from faster depreciation al- • ovef which solution should be ilowances for tax purposes to en-' lriedl ; s;iid lie knew supplies i e e n landed but he didn't that any troops were. Havana hotel. They admitted j courage corporations to modernize plants and build new ones to tax cuts next year for both business i and consumers so that each will I have more to spend. On Aug. 'J7 Capchart voiced 'c PparP * iCdLB his complaint. At his news conference last Wednesday, Kennedy said he still .TOKYO ,AP, - Japan plans to i Many businessmen and their or-,*"" its own version of U.S. KMlzatiom have seen greater !»*« Kennedy's Pe^e Corps pro- troops in Cuba. As for April. Oflice sources said s as the solution. Pr<jspects! ^ ram jof good profits would induce in-; r'oicign jvestors to put capital into new ventures. Fatter profits on current business would furnish cash ior expansion or modernization and would make lenders willing to ti-iSan Juan, Puerto Rico, Oct. nance such projects. The greater 110-12. King Saud could keep his Un- new friendship pact with King Hussein of Jordan. I was not surprised at Saud entering into an agreement to merge military forces and co-ordinate economic policies, but I wondered about Hussein. His father, Abdullah, ruled most of Booth dealer. Both sides vulnerable. KOBTH 4J75J ¥96 4Q70S + J108 WIST EAST *>A43 49 »AQJ84 VK1083 ft 3 .. 4J1088 *A5J +Q976 SOUTH 4KQ1088 FAMOUS HANDS queen, king and ace. West returned th» five of club*. Declarer went up with the tea and cashed another tramp to produc* this poaUloat Xorih OQT6I IslamYc Activities Committee a| the sreat desert oil empire which! sort of personal affair. The monarch could pack It with those of his relatives who haven't yet been corrupted by the poisonous spread of fair play. Saud has & plentiful supply of relatives. It is re-! said '"'V ""d abolished all plenished virtually every day. jstrictions on free movement of now brings Saud $30,000,000 in royalties each year, but Saud's father, Ibn Saud, threw Hussein's pappy out Ibn'* boy and Abdullah's boy re- • AK» *K4J Tha Udduur: South West North 1 • Dble 2 ^ z * «» ««> Pass Dble Bast 3» Pass in one single day recently six of his 94 concubines gave birth to five boy« and one girl. The Un-American Activities Commit tee has no comparable reserves to fall back upon. Before the arrival of the one- day six, his majesty already liatl 38 sons by his four wives and an people and capital between Ilitir Opening- lead— ace of hearts. This is a tala about Uie deuce countries. But even with this new- of clubs, found opportunity to spread out, | The hand was pluyed in the Saud's brothers abolished their Italy-United States match during the World Olympiad in Turin in 1MO. At the flrst table, the Italian pair (Avarelll harems. 1 have never been required to give the matter too close con. sideration, but my first reaction i anij Belladonna) arrived at four was that a man who dewrls his Tuesday the Japanese plan will be introduced at the international conference on the Pe-ce Corps; program called by Kennedy for such bad shape it needed help. Last Thursday two vessels, be- is sons at the time of his "death! lieved lo be Cuban, lired on an I We are given to somewhat small- slimaleil 100 offspring, not count- "^em *>" ***' Investigation. Afing girls, by his concubines. Hisl l€T »"• " " man flee8 h '» respon- father, who founded the dynastyjsibiliUes---. al the turn of the century, hadj " American Navy training plane near Cuba. Senators Keating and Thurmond had their say Sunday, and on that same day the Russian-Cuban announcement came. er dynasties in this country. I would not have had so much information on Saudi Arabia except (or former Assistant Post- mailer General Paul C. Aiken. Pick up for two The Litterbug and you spades doubled In the manner shown, West led the ace and another heart, Bust taking tho king and returning a tnunp. Tho American West ducked the kinf, but then played the aco and another spade when Belladonna contln- tied with a tnunp. Belladonna took the return with the Jack and led the Jack Of clubs. This brought forth the Vfttt *' <O UOb Xlzf JTwtUrts apuilcite. *AK» 4.4 DecUnr now led his test trump, discarding dummy's club. East was squaemd. Ho could not spare a diamond, wo ha discarded tha nine of clubs. Bella- f donna thereupon cashed the four to hold, the loss to down one—200 points. At tha second table, ttu American North-South pair also got to four spiults doubled. The play followed exactly the name pattern up to trick seven. At that point the Italian West returned Uie two of clubs, not Uie Ave. It was a Una choice) of plays, j The American declarer also took the ten and cashed two trumps, trying for a aquee*e, but it was no soap. East discarded the nine of clubs anil South had to go down two — 500 points. West's thoughtful return of tha doucs perraltteJ his five to stand guard over tb< four, and tha squeeso old not work.

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