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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

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12 Galesburg Regisfer-Mdil, Golesburq, III. MendQy / June ,.2,4 l J163 TSetm Notes Of Elmwood ELMWOOD — A family dinner was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kratzer of Oak Hill Father's Day. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John B. Grover of Freeport; Mr., and Mrs. Larry Grover of Michigan Robert Grover of Albion and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sim- US Spacemen Have Fun as They Train By ALVIN B. WEBB Jr. CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI) — The Russians are beating (be United States in manned conquest of space—but it's a safe bet they aren't having half as much fun a! it. America's No. 1 spaceport at. Cape Canaveral is tension laced with tomfoolery—a strange place where strange tilings might be expected to happen. They do. Like (be time a Mercury astronaut spiced up an otherwise boring "dry run" by suddenly clutching at a gantry elevator and yelling: "No! I don't want to go!" The nation's press was on hand for that one. . Or the evening the U.S. Navy managed to lose a boatload of newsmen at sea for an hour when four olficers were unable to find the port from five miles offshore. But none of it quite matched the recent evening when the Fenwick Aeronautics' and Space Administration (FASA) came to town, recruited virtually everyone from U.S. astronaut L. Gordon Cooper Jr. on down, and laid claims to beating both Russia and America to the moon. The slightly touched-up "documentary evidence" was a movie, "Mouse on the Moon," which related the story ol how the linv, mythical Duchy oi Grand Fenwick started out to seek U.S. financial aid for plumbing and ended up by landing the first astronauts on the moon. Grand Fenwick may also be remembered as the 24-square- mile country that, in an earlier movie, decided that the best way In cci U.K foreign ard was to go to war with and get beaten by America. The movie may never win an Academv Award. But from Cooper on down, those spaceporlers whose lives are wrapped in and around missiles, rockets and space travel found it a delightful spoof of their daily headaches and heartaches. It was perhaps the type of fun that "outsiders" might find hard to comprehend, especially amid the scientific fame and fortune that is Cape Canaveral. But the Cape isn't a place you would want to live just for fun. After the initial glamour wears off—and it invariably does—it takes a high degree of dedication to keep a top-grade scientist or technician or missile worker here to put men and machines into space. SENTRY AUTO POLICY NEW DRIVING PROTECTION AT NEW LOW COST JACOBY ON BRIDGE Exceptions to Blackwood Bid By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. My columns on the Blackwood convention have resulted in a great many requests to discuss it again. In case anyone does not know, the Blackwood convention provides, in its simplest form, that a bid of four no-tilimp is a demand to partner to tell how many aces he holds. He responds five clubs with no ace; five diamonds with mons and Danny and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dailey, Diane, Ed, Ernie and Nancy of Elmwood. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Daum and family of West Jersey spent Friday in the Guy Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bane and family of Delavan, Wis., were recent visitors with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lopeman. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Fryer and children were Sunday callers in Guy Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Lopeman and family were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lopeman. Larry Cox and Larry Bayer left for two weeks' training with the Army Reserves in Alabama. From Florida Mrs. Bella Winchester of Jack' sonville, Fla.; Mrs. Anna Powers of Williarnsfield and Mrs. Marie Chamberlain of Laura visited Tuesday with Mrs. Ada Storgel and Mrs. Florence Reed at Elm- haven. , Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nelson spent Sunday in the James Nelson home at Smithfield and the James May home in Canton. Mrs; Florence Reed of Elmhav- en Visited Wednesday with Mrs. Blanche Kemp.' Mr. and Mrs. Wilburn Smith of May field, Ky., spent a week with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brownie Smith. They are now spending two weeks at Savannah with other members of their family, later, returning to. the Smith home for another week be­ fore returning to Mayfield. Mrs. Norma Seeley of Kansas City, Mo., spent a few days with relatives, Mrs. Lois Ekstrand, Margaret and Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lewis returned home Sunday, having spent a week at Red Cedar Lake, Wis., on a fishing trip. Wash crystal and cut glass in ammonia water. 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This is simple indeed, but (he experts have found many cases where they want to use four no-trump as normal bid — not an artificial one. For instance, here is a band from the recent tournament at Columbia, S. C. South can make four no-trump and East will go down one at four spades. The bidding at all tables started with one heart by South, two clubs by North and seme number of spades by East. When East chose to bid four spades South would double and North would have no choice, but to leave it in and the North-South score of plus 100 would turn out to be a poor one. At a few tables the bidding went as shown hi the box. On this sequence North could afford to bid four no-trump after his partner's double of four spades. There would be no way for South to read the four no-trump bid as anything but a desire to play that contract since North had previously been satisfied to bid only three no-trump after his partner bid two. Chestnut Club Slates Tour MAQUON — The meeting of the Chestnut Hot Shots 4-11 Club was held by the lake at the home of Mark Meyers. President John Kidwcll appointed a committee to plan the 4-H tour. Tlic committee consists of Mark Meyers, Rick Snyder, Dale Tesser and John Kidwcll. The projects for the coming year were outlined by Mrs. Kidwell. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert l'umphery, Kay Pumphery, Walter Pumphcry and Calvin Cook. The next meeting will be held at Rick Snyder's June 27. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS WHAT DOES BETTER UVING mean to you? ... Peace of mind from bill* and debts? ... Home improvements or new hrnhhings? ,.,Ability to twy when you need something? THE KEY TO BETTER LIVING lies in the wise use of your credit. PLANNING AHEAD for the things you want and the use of your credit to acquire them is a way of life in America. OUR COMPLETE CREDIT SERVICES are yours for the asking. Phone or stop in our oftke today. J L I I C K OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 7:30 351 E. Main S). 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