Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on February 22, 1968 · Page 13
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staffed with two tfteks. Bad Thinking Loses Hond B OiwaM end lames Jaeoby « wouldn't make NORTH (t» 42 AAQ102 V K1 • Q5 AAK953 A98 So JjI Ji06 »A964 SOtiftt * AK8V6 *Q4 Norlh*South vulnerable West North East South 1* Pass 1* Pass 4* Pass 54 pass 6 4k Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— V Q were declarer. As e defense can't lake ftrst twa if leks North and Sauth have a cinch to make si* spades and might even make seven if they played for Of course, South could not visualize the final result when he did respond one spade. However he might have ooked ahead a trifle and said to himself, "If this hand does play in spades, 1 would ore- fer to be dummy. It shouldn't be a tough hand to play and the only lead that can realty hurt us will be a heart lead through some honor combination in my partner's hand." That is good bridge thinking but the hog is not a good bridge thinker. If he were, he wouldn't be a hog. MPffM iTAl *Nftti» Milt Club Holds Banquet 1 rift TnfrtMR The bear gets a little, the bull gets a little and the hog gets nothing at all. At least that's an old Wall Street saying. It doesn't always apply at bridge. Sometimes the hog conies out on top but year in and year out it is an expensive habit to be a hog. South's one spade response Is a typical hog's bid. When your partner opens the bid* ding and you nave a sound opening bid of ,your own you should bid as normally as possible and the normal response with the South hand is one diamond. Most of the time the choice of one spade won't hurt since the hand will play at three no- trump, or if it does play in spades, it won't make any difference which hand is declarer. This time our hog was really punished. They reached a spade slam. West had a normal opening lead of the queen of hearts and the de- 22 Q— The bidding has been: West North East South 1* Pass Pass 1 • 2 * Pass 4 4 Pass 1 You, South, hold: What do you do now? A—We don't know! A pass Is too conservative — a slani bid too optimistic and there Is little or no chance that you can Invite your partner to bid a slam and jet him to accept the Invitation. We would probably bid six spades and hope for the best. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of passing over your two spades West bids; three diamonds. North and East pass. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow L'Enfant's Grave When Pierre Charles L'Enfant, the architect who planned Washington, D.C., died in 1825, he was buried in Maryland. In 1909, his body was disinterred and was buried in Arlington National- Cemetery. Political Candidates The Star Is authorized to announce that the following are candidates for public office subject to action of the Democratic Primary. For County Judge FINIS ODOM For Tax Assessor CARTER BUTTON For Sheriff 4 Collector JIMMIE GRIFFIN For Prosecuting Attorney BILL DENMAN, JR. For Circuit Clerk JIM COLE StfKI Mellorine I 3 iGAL -l.UU FOLGERS Coffee -79* RUBING Grape - Orange & Pineapple -Grape Alcohol ,HQt IS PINT BOTTLES HUNTS Fireside Crackers BOXES DEL MONTE « CANS Fruit 3 as- E«W*,S.^V 4 A A rinks 1.00 Bread Milk 6 SB* 1.00 BETTY CROCKER Cake Mix 3 oo BOXES Tuna 3 o-1.00 i snowdrift Fab GIANT BOX Potatoes 10 LB, 39 CAN* PELSEY Tissue Death Caused From I x pet lire PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Pine Bluff Police Chief William Howard said Wednesday night there were no new developments in the discovery of the body of a newborn baby girl here Tuesday. Howard said an investigation is continuing and that all releases to the press would have to be made through him. The baby was found clothed only In an old curtain near the Community Singing Center here. Detectives said the baby, a Negro, apparently was born Monday night and was abandoned shortly afterward. Coroner Pr. E. Frank Reed Jr. listed cause of death as exposure. Hope Star Star of Hope 1899; Press 1927 Consolidated January 18, 1929 Published every Weekday Afternoon at the Star Building STAR PUBLISHING CO. Mrs. C. E. Palmer, President'^ Alex H. Washburn, S«c. - Treas.* 212-14 South Walnut/Street Hope, Arkansas 71801 Alex. H. Washburn Editor & Publisher Paul H. Jones, Managing Editor Ponai Parker, Advertising Mgr. C. M. (Pod) Rogers, Jr. Circulation Manager Billy Pan Jones Mechanical Superintendent Second-class postage paid at Hope, Arkansas Congressmen May End Trips to Bermuda WASHINGTON (AP) - A scheduled visit to Bermuda by several Senate and House members for a four-day U.S.-Brttish parliamentary conference may mark the last such session on that sunny island. Rep. Wayne Hays, P-Ohlo, said the site of future British- ROLL PACK FRESH SHIPMENT Fig Bars Member of the Audit Bureau American conferences may be shifted "to get away from the criticism the word 'Bermuda' Associated seems to promote." The conference, which is to begin Sunday and continue The Associated Press Is en- through next Thursday, Is the titled exclusively to th* use for eighth British-American parlia- republication of all the local mentary meeting. • " ' is at of Circulations Member of the Press LB. PACKAGE' news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP news patches. Single Copy lOc .Subscription Rates (Payable In advance) By Carrier In Hope and American attendance dls- this point uncertain. Four members of the House and four from the Senate normally have met at Bermuda with a like number of members of Britain's Parliament. "It's a good conference," said ^.^ ^^^_ ^ ^^^u, Moore Bros. Yeu Sfitci 7-44J1 — Wt Fresh Dressed Fryers Pully Cooked rwny WWWINWM ^^^. Picnic Hams tf Moore Bros. Large White Eggs Heavy Smoked Slab Bacon Butter Milk ^ ^^ ^ |||| Biscuits!^ 1 200 SIZE LARGE BOX neighboring Towns — Per week , . . , 35 Hays, who Is uncertain about at Per Year, Office only . . 18.20 tending this year. "There's a lot By mail In Hempstead, Ne- of give and take." vada, Lafayette, Howard, Pike, An official at the British Em- Lettuce LG, HEAP 19 GOOP & LEAN Ground Beef *W ^ CFtl Goqp Stew Meat Bananas SLAP*SLICED Bacon 1" HHIIMMHHIVi Eggs LARGE Her WHOLE HOG Sausage ti M. Jl a» RUBY REP SEEPLESS Grapefruit *j FRESH SLICED Calf Liver CENTER CUT Pork Chops .69' BABY BEEF LEAW Chuck Roast .49' and Clark Counties One Month ,.,... Three Months ... Six Months One Year All other Mail In One Month Three Months , , , One Year bassy said the topic of the meet- 1.20 ing will be monetary policy, 2.90 "The meetings will be conflden- 5.25 tial," he said. 10.00 Hays said conference organ!Arkansas zers are discussing having fu- 1.10 Jure meetings held alternately 3.90 in Great Britain and in the Unit- 12.00 ed States. He said Criticism of a winter conference in Berm<#ia All Other Mail is one reason for the possible Outside Arkansas shift. One Month , ., , 1.30 The conference schedule lists Three Mouths ,,,,... 3.90 daily conference meetings at 10 One Year e 15.60 a,m,, with a reception each College Student Bargain Offer evening, and a Monday blacMJe Nine Months • 6.75 dinjjer for delegates and wives. Nat'l Advertising It carries this footnote: Representatives: "The social activities schedule, is tentative. A final schedule Pajlies, Inc., 3387 w|Jl be received on arrival in Av., Memphis, Tenn., Bermuda." 960 Hartford Bldg., Seventeen students were formally Intlated Into the Hope High School Spanish Club at the annual initiation banquet, February 20, at the Diamond Cafo. President, Mary Ellen Holder presented the following Initiates with a rose, the official flower of the club; Lanette Arrlngton, Bonnie Bobo, Sherry Crank, Ashley Hoggard, Becky Huff, Kathy Keller, Jeanle Koen, Melissa Hohon, Mary Muld rew, Thomas Norvell, Valene Pearson, Nancy Porter, Ricky Renshaw, Jennifer Rhodes, Steve Tolleson, Pebble Watson, and Eddie White. Following the Invocation In Spanish by Butch Reeves, the President Introduced special guests, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Collier, Mrs. Eloise Andrews, and Mrs. Frances Reynorson. The club sang "Happy Birthday" to Mr. Collier In Spanish. He presented the 71 club members with complimentary pen sets. An informative program on Spain was given by Mr. Collier. He showed films highlighting his trip to that country. He then presented Mrs. Eloise Andrews, who told of her experiences living in Spain. She illustrated her talk with souvenirs. Planning and program committee for the banquet consisted of Mary Nell Williams, Cathy Felld, Brenda Lester, and Mary Beth Levins. Mrs. W. A. Williams is adviser. Legislature Was Stormier LITTLE ROCK (AP) - U, COY, Maurice Brltt said Wednesday he felt the special session of the legislature was a "little stormier" than the 1967 Regular session. "I think most of the oratory that took place on the floor and most of the fireworks can be fact that a Ill- involved and some of this oratory was meant for the public," Britt said, "To Cured Hams Fresh Meaty ff* ^ A A Pork Ribs tf/1 • Purex Semi-Boneless i Pork Roast 3 3 Big Fat • Hens Extra Large Jumbo Large Loaves A uur <jc U.VJT* j White cr | oo t Bread ***<"*• Good Lean Pork Chops Popular don't think so." Large Cans ft Pet Milk 1°° » Pound Pail -a| A A Pure Lard 1 Pallas ?, Texas; 360 N. Mich? igan Aye., Chicago 1, 111.; 40 E, 4?wj St., New York 17, N.Y.; }??§ Penobscot Bldg., Petroit g, Mjch,; 683 Shrivll Tower, Oklahoma. City, Okla. §ot rest at clings to a , rfnijig i Jiving ropg W ith their tens of of bodies. Hanging vine or log to the . the mass of bodies a snug, Vife camp to $helter the % We wish to take this mtthod of expressing our appreciation for the kindness and assistance given to us by the Junior Auxiliary, neighbors, frtends and the Hope Fire Department when our home was destroyed by fire recently. Annie and McKinJey Cooper and Family Po,und Sack otatoes 33 ound a^ «g Flour I

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