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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

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SWEETIE PIE ByNadlneSeltaw "I guess that tin foil Pop put in his hub caps didn't foul up your radar, huh?" © Jacoby on Suit Preference Has Pitf alls By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. From I time immemorial the play of an unnecessarily high card has either shown strength or at least asked partner to play * the suit, while the play of a low card has shown the opposite. Of late this has been complicated by the so-called suit preference signal, but my general advice to all players is to forget about suit preference unless the signal is obvious and concentrate on the old-fashioned meaning of the signal. East dropped the nine of diamonds on his partner's king. East wanted his partner to continue diamonds, but West had read all about suit preference signals and shifted to a heart. South won in his own hand with the king and promptly cashed the ace and king of spades. West showed out whereupon South went over to dummy with a club and took the proven finesse against East's jack of spades. Then he drew trumps and discarded one diamond on a club and one in a heart. Had West led a second diamond South would have had to ruff in dummy. Then he would have led a spade to his ace and almost surely played a second high spade. West, would have shown o u t and South would have known about the trump situation, but would have had no way to pick up East's jack. He could try some sort of coup, but if East refused to ruff in and discarded the right cards the coup would not develop. Bridge NORTH t *972 VAQ743 • « •AKQJ , WEST EAST 44 AJ85S V J 10 9 2 V65 • AKJ87 •Q942 *965 +1083 SOOTH (D) 4.AKQ106 VK8 • 1053 + 742 East and West vulnerable South West North East 14 24 3 4 5# Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass 2» 34 4N.T. 64 Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• K Engineers estimate that a single laser light ray could carry millions of telephone conversations or hundreds of television programs. Biiggsville Area Nurse Concludes Study Course BIGGSVILLE - Mrs. Thomas O'Leary, R.N., returned to her home north of Biggsville Saturday from Springfield, Ohio, where she had been attending an extensive one week c6urse in Wittenberg University's hospital management development pro gram.' The program, which is jointly sponsored by the Wittenberg and the Ohio Hospital Association, in eludes a series of conferences, presentations and discussions on the problems of techniques of hospital supervisors. Mrs. O'Leary, director of nurses at Monmouth Hospital, was one of 27 persons to receive her certificate at the graduation exercises Friday night. / Major league baseball attracted 21,375,433 fans in 1962, an increase of 2,480,915 over 1961. TIME Time saved can be worth cash, When you need fast advertising results, remember, the daily newspaper, Use it to clear slow* moving inventory, take advantage of a special purchase, or capitalize on a brief, seasonal opportunity. You can place an act fast.. .it reaches everybody fast.,, you get results fast. / Mori People Oo More Business Through Newspapers > Nostalgia Is Important to Human Beings Qalesburg RegiMe^Maij,Cblesburq III. Wednesday, July 3, 1963 19 By HAL BOYLfi N«!W YORK (AP)-One of ttte'i greatest pleasures is recalling the post, , Nostalgia begins very early. As a boy grows older and has more to recall, .nostalgia will play a larger role In his life. You're probably pretty much of a yore* dreamer yourself, if you -can turn back the clock of thought and re* member when*More people drank cream soda pop than any other flavor. Lon Chaney scared more film (aits than Boris Karloff and "King Kong" put together, Remember him In "Wtantom of the Opera" and Hunchback of Notre Ban*?" When you changed a nickel, two of the Aire pennies you got back would have Indian heads on them. fhe most widespread forms of gambling in America were pitching coins at a crack in the pavement—and playing marbles' for keeps. Half the kids in the land thought John Dillinger was a late-blooming Robin Mood, and the other half wanted to grow up and become a "G-man" under J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI, Every boy knew how to make a whistle out of all old cotton spool or a hollow swamp weed. Alt girts played tennis in skirts. Those ffold enough to show up in shorts were ruled off the courts. Families weren't afraid to sleep in public parks at night during heat waves, because mugging had not yet become the criminals' leading outdoor sport. Anybody who couldn't learn to repair a punctured inner tube in a jiffy had no business going motoring. At least 100 persons a year were killed in Fourth of July fireworks explosions—and uncounted kids lost fingers. r Women spent more time braiding their hair than fixing their faces. Only hoboes and people on picnics cooked meals outdoors in summer. Nobody wore sports jackets and slacks. Only a poor man wore coats and pants that didn't match. A girl who could make good fudge never lacked a beau. The Moslem warrior, Saladin, furnished ice to cool the tent of a fever-ridden enemy eight centuries before air-conditioning was invented by an American, Dr. Willis Carrier. Center Prairie Reception Set Cleric, Family CENTER PRAIRIE - There will be a dinner and reception and pantry shower for the pastor and family July 7, at 12:30 p.m. Services will be held in the afternoon and no morning services are planned. Rev. Phillip Snider, pastor, announced. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Wadhams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Saylor and family of Altona and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson held a picnic Sunday at Lake Storey in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Craig en­ tertained at dinner Sunday. Those present were Mr. and "Mrs, Dtiane Craig and daughtefi Con* nie and Carol and Jerry Kuster of LaFayette, Mr. and Mrs, Clar* idon Craig and sons John and Scott of Naples, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Craig, softs Paul and James and Mr. and ..Mrs, Charlie Meaker. Mrs. Vera Van Dran of Gales* burg visited Sunday at the homes of George Englund and Wallace Elbtirg. 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