Yates City Residential Changes YATES CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rushing, who had been living in the rental place of Owen McKlnty in the Elba Center vicinity, moved to Elmwood Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Voris Lee Wells and son are moving to the McKlnty property. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ewalt and baby who had been living in the Louis Windish rental property northwest of Yates City, moved Saturday to the home they recently bought from Don Lopeman. The Lopemans are now located in their property thai had been rented to the Edward Cassidy family, who moved to Peoria. Yates City Briefs Mrs. Ralph Fairburn, who entered the Cottage Hospital Friday for observation and tests, returned home Sunday. Mrs. Voris Lee Wells was called to Peoria Sunday and Monday because of the illness of her grandmother, Mrs. Mae Shivley of Elmwood. Mrs. Shivley fell in her home Saturday and was injured. She was taken to St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Arthur Johnson, former Yates City resident, who recently moved to Nevada, Iowa, has been confined to the Story Hospital there the past few weeks. She is improving. Mrs. Donald Taylor has e- turned home from the Graham Hospital in Canton, where she spent a few days for treatment. Mrs. Louis Windish and granddaughter Sally McDonald spent Friday in Iowa City, where Sally received treatment. Ernest Strout, a patient in St. Francis Hospital in Peoria as result of an auto accident last week, is improving. Mrs. Doris Elliott, who underwent surgery in the C o 11 a g e Hospital recently, is still off duty at the Forney cafe in Elmwood. A potluck dinner was served in the home of Mrs. Richard Slayton Oct. 10 to honor Keith Slayton, who celebrated his fourth birthday Oct. 13. To spend the day were his grandmother, Mrs. Glenn Clark, Mrs. Jesse VanDusen, Al VanDusen, Mrs. Arzella Marchantand Mrs. Ralph Duley, Larry and Brian. FASTEST GUN IN Tl!E NAVY—In oWy four seconds, all the shells (887 of 'em) shown being loaded, left, could be fired from this Navy A-4 Skyhawk jet. The three pods under the plane are not fuel tanks but a new aerial weapon system developed by Hughes Aircraft. It consists of three 20-mm cannon capable of firing armor-piercing shells at a rate of 12,600 rounds a minute, making it the Navy's "fastest gun." Right, a tank is blasted during a test on the Mojave Desert ranges of the Naval Ordnance Test Station at China Lake, Calif. A burst as short as one second against a target equals the destructive force of a 4,000-pound object dropped from 1,000 feet. Black specks are expended shell casings, falling from the jet's cannon by the hundreds. JAC0BY ON BRIDGE Quotes From Today's News (Reg. U.S. Pat. Off.) By United Press International ALTADENA, Calif. - Mrs Mary Otero, after a 750 pound boulder loosened by a rainstorm rolled through the wail of her kitchen: "Just one of those days." BONN, Germany — Ludwig Erhard, West Germany's new chancellor, in a 1948 speech announcing the ,end of rationing "Turn the people and the money loose and they will make the country strong." What to Do And What Not By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. West's opening of the singleton diamond was a classic example of when to open a singleton. He held the ace of trumps as a sure quick entry. WASHINGTON - Pennsylvania Gov. William W. Scranton, announcing that he will block any movement to draft him as a 1964 Republican presidential candidate: "We're no longer in the Harding era where your friends surprise you with a draft. It can't be made without one's knowledge." TOKYO — A spokesman from the Japan International Good will Pigeon Race, when one of the 200 birds in the race showed up at the finish line: "We expected some of them to be intercepted by hawks, but this was the first time the whole flight got lost." Water to Dry Dora DORA, N.M. (AP)-The water supply for Dora's 150 residents has consisted of 23 individual wells which pumped from one pint to one gallon a minute. The schools have depended on 15,000 gallons of water hauled from nearby Lubbock, Tex., once a month by a milk hauler who filled up the empty milk cans with water. But now, with an $83,000 loan from the Farmer's Home Administration, Dora will have a large well three miles from Syracuse football coach Ben Schwartzwalder started the cur> rent football season with a 17- year record of 111 victories, 49 losses and two ties. READ THE WANT ADS! NORTH 11 4K1072 • 7 • A763 4»Q974 TOST EAST (D) *A63 *4 V 10853 J VKQJ94 • 9 • KJ102 48853 *A102 SOUTH 4QJ98J VA6 • Q854 + KJ Both vulnerable EMt* geatk West KorOi IV 14 SV 34 4 V 44 P*tt Paw Opening lead—49 His next play was an equally classic example of what not to do. South went right up with dummy's ace of diamonds and led a spade. West took his ace without a moment's hesitation and led a heart. His partner had bid hearts. He just had to hold the ace. At least this was what West thought. Had West bothered to duck one spade he would have given his partner a chance to signal and East would either have played the ten of clubs to show strength in that suit or the king of hearts. In this spot the king of hearts would have been a signal to show good hearts. One of the basic principles of a strength showing discard is that you signal with the highest card you can spare. Normally, West's bad play would have given South his contract but East managed to find a way to beat the hand in spite of his partner's error. South won the ace of hearts and played two more rounds of trumps on which East dropped two hearts. Then he led a club from dummy. East hopped up with the ace and forced dummy to use its last trump in order to ruff a heart. A diamond was led next and again East was ready to hop up with the king. He still had a lot of chances to go wrong, but East had everything framed out. He led back his deuce of clubs. South won with the jack, but had no way to get to dummy to discard his last low diamond- Plan Fish Fry NEW WINDSOR — The fish fry which was planned for ail paid up members of George Norris Post of the American Legion w$s attended by approximately 40 members Monday at the Legion Hall. READ THE WANT ADS! Oquawkans' Guests Return to Dakota OQUAWKA - Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Wilcox and their guests, Mrs. Lura Goodbla and Mrs. OUie Fox of Mitchell, S.D., went to Nauyoo Oct. 9. Mrs. Goodbla and Mrs. Fox left for their home Oct. 10 after spending sev eral days here with Mrs. Goodbla's brother, Wilcox and wife. Mrs. Vannie Parrish, who suffered a heart attack a few days ago, is receiving treatment in the Burlington Hospital. Denver is a new member of the Western Hockey League this season. Win Church Awards NEW WINDSOR - Attendance awards to some 50 children of the Calvary Lutheran Church Sunday school were presented Sunday by Mrs. Alden Johnson, superintendent. READ THE WANT ADS! CaflJesburfl Register»Mall, Golesburq, II). Thursday, Oef. 17, 1963 2T ^ . ^ I SIDE GLANCES By GUI Fax Proceeds From 1 Tea Go to Pi Phi Project The annual Settlement School tea and sate of Libbie Brooks Gaddis Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi was Saturday at the home of Mrs. Karl Rauschert in Bushnell. Women from Avon and Bushnell viewed the dlsptay of hand- woven articles and hand-made toys and candelabra of carved wood from the Settlement School sponsored by Pi Beta Phi in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Proceeds of the sale go for the support of the school and its students. Many took advantage 7 of the occasion to do Christmas shopping. Refreshments were served from a table attractively decorated in wine and blue, the fraternity colors. Sharing honors were Mrs. James Haynes, president of the club, and Mrs. Stanley Manning. A feature of the afternoon was a tour of the Rauscherts' home on Clover Lane. This home was designed by Rauschert, a university graduate in architecture, and has many unusual features both in form and decoration. The committee which planned the event included Mrs. Rauschert, Mrs. John Lawson and Mrs. Don Smith, all of Bushnell, assisted by members of the club: One member, Mrs. Talent Brown, was present from Galesburg, and had as her guest, Mrs. James McKee. Other out-of-town guests were Mrs. John Rhinehart, Dallas Center, Iowa, and Mrs. Percy Yard, of Macomb. The Giants top all National League clubs in the number of pennants won since the turn of the century with 16. 'Now don't inhale till I tell you to. Breath is bound to weigh something!" Altona Group Greets Guests ALTONA - The Rachel unit of Altona Luthe an Church Women met Oct. 8 in the Parish Hall. Three guests, Mrs. Ronald Moody, Mrs. Marion Swanson and Miss Judy Swanson were welcomed. Mrs. Glen Johnson announced the program. A vocal solo was sung by Judy Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swanson, and accompanied by Mrs. Leonard Johnson. Mrs. Duane Best gave devo tions and Mrs. Charles Nelson presented the Bible study topic, "The What and Why of the Let- ter-Philippians." The group decided to collect warm clothing for two Augus- tana Seminary families from Africa and Japan. Program booklets were distributed by Mrs. Irving Liindeen, faith and life chairman. Mrs. Julian Martinson and Mrs. Paul Haynes were hostesses during the social hour. The 1880 Chicago Cubs won 67 games while losing only 17. NEW FROM LIPTON 4 DELICIOUS ANSWERS TO YOUR MEAL-PLANNING PROBLEM! Goldeg^adle Beaf^Rice Espagnole Wonder of Wonders! Now, out of a box, a delicious family dinner that saves you worry and saves you work: NEW GOLDEN LADLE DINNERS complete with lots of chicken...or beef ...or even shrimp! All prepared so they're ready to simmer and serve in minutes. Man-size portions-Man-size flavor! TRY ALL 4! 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