Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 34
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MO TttJS PAMPA DA1LV NJJW4 SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1959 51st Yea? RUSSIANS AT WORK—These five domes are located at Pulkovo Astronomical Observatory of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences, near Leningrad. Here Russian scientists are compiling star catalogues. A now television device for astronomical research is expected to facilitate examination of the moon, Mars..Jupiter and its satellites in other work at the observatory. Cameras Kibitz At ie Tournament By PATRICIA MCCORMACK United Press International NEW YORK (UPI)—The kibitzer — that much maligned individual who always knows the card you should have played—is about to get a new lease on life. "He's about to change his status from gazing pest to paying guest," said John B. Powers, executive secretary of the Assn. of American playing Card Manufacturers. "And it's all due to the modern magic of the television camera, which has just proved that bridge and other card games can be exciting spectator sports. 1 ' The proof, according to Powers, came last week end when a New York television station poked its kibitzing cameras over the shoulders of U.S..and Italian bridge experts playing in the final rounds of the International Bridge Tournament. Could View Hands , The hands they were playing *£ wpr* shown on a nine-foot-souare S ets • JACOBY ON BRIDGE By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service There Is an old Wall Street adage shown on a nine-foot-square j j electronic board called a "bridge- The players, of course, Hoggishness caused South to throw away a lay down small i arama. had to sweat it out without the , help of electronic, They couldn't --in ^eff ortto score 30 points see the board. ^ ^ H<j won ^ openln{f ^ &rt ^ blinked behind j with his ace and lcd tne deuce of i ,, . . . fu ., „ idubs to riummv s queen. Now ^* P = a IneT ve°nt ^rS^ cashed-dump's ace of j the trick was completed. fP ades ' re , tu " led » hls h / nd wlt , h / "Just like spectators at any "? e ace °/ Amends and ran off, other sports event the kibHzersjh'^hree^p spades , ,were free to cheer boo and shout J discarded from5durnmy and , when they felt like it,' Powers ; tv _ ,__ k , u _ t , u _ J-% _.j; JtJ said. Behind Glass "But this was one time when the kibitzers could not bother the players with their free advice. The players were safely quarantined behind soundproof glass walls like so many people-sized Kibitzers are named after a German bird, the kiebitz. The bird is noted for both its curiosity its eggs. crowded the room in a New York (WANTS OUT-Sultry Cuban I dancer Chelo Alonzo wants to )break , her«contract with the iFoUies Bergere of Paris. The 22-year<-cld says she'll go to court, l| necessary, to become frtt to make an Italian movie. the fact that the spade suit did not break failed to disturb South in the slightest. East would not! NORTH 26 the face of an egg-hunter, annoying him greatly. Powers said the Germans coined the word "kiblt-'j zer" years ago when it became' apparent that the buttinsky sort! of cardplayer or spectator and the j kiebitz were act-alikes. J It takes a lot of people to keep the kibitzers at bay the electronic way. Not counting television crews, It specialists pitched in at the international championship tourney. VKQ7 • 10853 4AQ1083 EAST 4109752 V83 •J9764 WEST 443 V J 109 8 2 • K2 + K964 45 SOUTH(D) 4KQJ8S V A54 • AQ * J72 No one vulnerable South West North East 1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 3 N.T. Pass 6 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V J Business Views United Press International The total income of all Ameri- West's be mean enough to fail to win the queen o£ clubs if he had held the king so the club finesse was proven. South was right about that. He led the jack of clubs and West covered with the king but East showed out. Now South was .stuck in dummy with no means I of avoiding the loss of a trick to nine of clubs, and once cans jumped to an all-time high last month the Commerce Depart- West got in held the king ment reported. The department set the hand, said personal Income last month South's with that card he of diamonds to initial club play had reached an annual rate of $362,-j been fine but once the queen of 300,000,000. The only portion of the clubs held he should have played total to show a decline, was farm i the aca of spades and then the income. ja° e of clubs. He still would have made seven if the king of clubs National Steel Corp. announced had fallen under the ace but in plans to build a new steel finish-; any event he would have made ing miil on Lake Michigan east ( his six by giving up a club trick. of Chicago. The project will be i part of a 300-million-dollar con-j Authorship of the Old Testament struction program which also in- i Book of Ruth never has been ea- cludes a new steel strip mill andj tablished. 500,000 tons of steelmaking capac ity at National's Detroit subsidi ary, Great Lakes Steel Corp. Plate Glass Co. strike. The auto company said it is recalling 14,80 idle employees and plans to restore full operations by the mid- There's a chance steel produc tfon late in the second quarter;die of next week, may hit 100 per cent of capacity, Iron Age said. The trade maga zine said fears summer of a steel strike Ford Motor Co. will market a small Ford this fall for less thani $2,000, the New York Times said. this summer and the upturn in business have created a situation In addition, the company will put that is putting a strain on every- j out a second slightly larger car in 1960 under the Edsel name,I the Times said. A letter to Edsel j dealers says the Edsel name will 1 step up car assemblies follow- j survive even if the present full- ing settlement of the Pittsburgh j sized Edsels are discontinued. | one in the business. Chrysler Corp. announced It We Salute All Emp/oyees with SHERWIN- WIUIAMS PAINTS * § Ulterior-Exterior f Maswwy f Varni»b«« f Imperial WALLPAPER Ww4»viJLl*, Mf r. Bob SHERWIH-WIUIAMS PAINT CO. 119 S. MO M92I MEET THE FOLKS Who Look Out For Your Future At SECURITY FEDERAL Savings Loan Ass'n AUBREY L. STEELE Executive Vice-Pres. Secretary ROY C. SPARKMAN Assistant Secretary IRENE S COX Assistant Secretary JL. RUBY CROCKER Teller ETHEL MAE STILLWELL Teller C. R. HOWARD Bookkeeper L... JEAN FLORENCE Receptionist 1'KUUY UYMH Bookkeeper .MONICA A1ARAK Teller CURRENT DIVIDEND PER ANNUM y/2% Dedicated to Thrift and Home Ownership You can face the years before you with more confidence when you've got some money behind you! Best way to accomplish this is to save a pre-determjned amount every payday. Best" place for your savings is here ... where they keep on earning more money for you. aU the time. Best Time To Open Your Savings Account Is NOW! SECURITY FEDERAL Savings & Loan Ass'n West Francis and Gray St,

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