Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1963 · Page 21
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 21

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 26, 1963
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22 GalesburQ fie9ister*Mai(, Gofesbura, 111, Wfdmsday, June 26,1963 ON Five Clubs Now Shows All Aces By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. As the years have gone by, experts have refined and improved the Blackwood convention to the point of absurdity in some cases. Other refinements have been so good that Easlcy Blackwood has adopted tJiem, if he didn't actually suggest them himself. The first such refinement is to use the five club response to a Blackwood four no-trump to show either no aces or four aces. The WEST NORTH (D) AAK32 ¥A8 • A4 + A97C5 EAST 26 *7 *J9 VQJ1065 V9743 • J972 410865 + 1032 + J84 SOUTH AQ108654 »K2 • KQ3 +KQ Both vulnerable North East South Wert 14b Pass 4* Pass 5 4k Pass 6 • Pass Pas* Pass Opening lead—V Q 14k Pass 4 N.T. Pass 5 N.T. Pass 7 N.T. Pass theory is that the Blackwood bidder" will always be able to tell which one it is and will be able to ask for kings if he wishes. If the five no-trump response is used to show four aces there is no way to do this. Of course, it is rare indeed when a player uses Blackwood with no aces and still needs to ask for kings after his partner shows four aces, but it does come up and it costs nothing to be prepared. North's jump to four spades may strike some of you as a trifle on the conservative side, but it made it very easy for South to get to the grand slam since he was able to mark North with all five important cards. It is worthy of note that South eventually bid seven no-trump. He could count 13 tricks in no- trump as well as in spades and there was no chance to have the opening lead ruffed at no-trtimp. For the Teen-Doll 579 WU(k NOTE: Send pattern order* direct to New York. Watch addreu below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Calesburg newspaper office. The newest knits lor the Teen- Doll—&U for tali tports and parties. Fun to I Fall knits for ll'/a inch teen model dolls. Pattern 57H: cireeuons, gown, pullover, slack;;, coat, hat wrap-around skirt, tkeveless sweater, bermudas. Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 15 cents lor each pattern for firi-t-class mailing and special handling. Send to Laura Wheeler,, care of Galefburg Register-Mail, 74, Ncedlecralt Drpt., P. O. Box 161, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11. N. V. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. NEWEST RAGE—SMOCKING accessories plus 208 exciting needlecraft designs in our new 19(33 Needlecraft Catalog—just out I Fashions, furnishings to crochet, knit, sew, weave, embroider, quilt. Plus free pattern. Send 25 cents now. Braulio Baezo won the Kentucky Derby in his third try when he scored with Chateaugay. He \»as ninth with Admiral's Voyage in 1962 and second with Crozier in 1961. His two previous mounts led after one mile. OAVIS STORES . Another Big Weekend of... • w syp<§ GROUND BEEF LEAN BONELESS LEAN BONELESS 3-1.00 BEEF STEW Pork Cutlets LB. LEAN MEATY SHORT 49c RIBS BEEF USDA GOOD CHUCK STEAK LB. COUNTRY STYLE COLUMBIA SPARE RIBS »s 39c BACON LEAN MEATY BOSTON STYLE PORK STEAK - 39c PORK ROAST US GOV'T INSPECTED WHOLE 9 ARMOUR STAR CANNED FRYING CHICKENS « 25c HAMS 5 & '3.19 MANOR HOUSE LB. CAN IDEAL SALAD LIFE 3 £ 59c SALAD DRESSING - 29c ICE CREAM % - 49c 2 Ron* 29c SUPREME VANILLA SANDWICH VA-lb. PKG. TALL CAN 3 -29c COOKIES 9c LB. BOX 19c SHORTENING GERBERS STRAINED BABY FOOD IT WHIPS MILNOT DIXIE BELLE CRACKERS RE-JOYCE FLOUR 5 a 39c RED RIPE WATERMELONS 49c E « h DEL MONTE CATSUP AUNT NELLIES - Orange Drink 4 1 Pork & Beans 5 - 1 FANCY HEAD PARK LANE JIFFY 39c WRAP IDEAL FRESH SWEET CORN 49c FANCY HEAD M FANCY r r w ~ wwwww LETTUCE 10 c PEACHES LB. GOLDEN RIPE CELLO BANANAS "10c CARROTS NEW LONG WHITE m ^ ^ POTATOES 10 39 10c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UMIT YOUR FRIENDLY HOME OWNED] QUANTITIES JACK O LANTERN W, K. A $4 AA ™NCELIA O <4 AA CORN OS .'l.OO PEAS 8 £ $ 1.00 DAVIS STORES jflpjPJPJPJP^PJPJPJPJpfl 1621 *4o Henderson St. ^^^^^ Krxpxvillfl Rd - Route 150 Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday

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