Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 26, 1972 · Page 7
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August 26, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 7

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Alton Evening Telegraph Saturday, August 26, 1972 A-7 DM from NA7IOHAL WtATHt* U.S. 0*pt. of Pif urM Stow Uw T*mp4raturM Until Sunday Morning Pf«<!»lferi«« Nat Indicated- C«niwli U<«l ••racctt OPENSUNDAY, AUG. 27,11 T07P.M. Area weather Alton and vicinity — Partly cloudy today. Highs 75 to 80. Fair and cool tonight. Lows 55 to 60. Sunday mostly sunny. Highs around 80. Extended forecast Partly cloudy, not much change in temperature Monday through Wededsany. Chance of showers northeast sections about Tuesday. Lows upper 50s or lower 60s north, lower 60s south. Highs upper 70s or lower 80s. Bridge &. for today Rain and showers are forecast Saturday over much of the eastern half of the nation, while showers are expected in the Southwest. Generally warm weather is predicted for the East, with coolei air in the Midwest. (AP Wirephoto) Your car Noisemakers not easy to locate a further idea of the many things which might have to be checked out when troubleshooting strange By Eugene noises. By Oswald & James Jacoby NOBTH 4k»654 VA1094 4AQ + 1094 WEST 4KQJ973 V63 4KQ85 SOtTH KAST(D) 4k AID VQJ875 • 832 *763 VK3 • KJ109754 + AJ2 North-South vulnerable West North East Sooth Pass 3* 3* 4* 4* 5* Paw Paw Dbto Paw Paw Opening lead-* K North didn't approve of South's three-diamond opening. He said so with appropriate explanations that a normal opening you open with one. North also pointed out that if South had not rebid his preempt, North would have doubled and set West at four spades. South replied that there was nothing wrong with the five- diamond contract except that West had held both club honors to defeat South one trick and that four spades would only have been one down. Things were quieting down when a kibitzer caused real trouble by saying that South could have made his contract and should have done so after East Pinpointed the club holding for him. We never excuse a kibitzer for speaking. They should be seen and not heard, but his analysis was correct. East had won the spade lead with the ace and returned the seven of clubs. South stayed low and West was on lead with the queen. He led a heart. East's jack forced South's king and after playing a few rounds of trumps South had gone to dummy with the ace of hearts and lost a club finesse to West's king. South could have made the hand by a squeeze. Fie should have led a diamond to North's ace and ruffed a spade; repeated with a trump to the queen to ruff another spade just in case West only held five. Then he could have run the rest of the trumps leaving a spade, a club and the ace of hearts in dummy. A heart to the ace would now squeeze West out of either the high spade or protection for the club king. Milmoe FINDING THE NOISEMAKERS One of the most common car owner complaints is abnormal engine noise. .Sometimes it's fairly simple to diagnose, but more often it's not because there are so many possible causes involved. If the engine has seen a lot of mileage one or more worn loose parts may be the answer. Likely areas where this would occur are valve guides, rocker arms, flywheel, timing gear or bearings (main, connecting rod or camshaft). Or the noise couM be due to alternator engine mount or water pump wear. Poor oil circulation which fails to provide the cushion needed, particularly for bearings — spark knock caused by low-octane fuel or incorrect timing — loose belts or pulleys a loose manifold heat valve or a loosely held battery will give Q—The power steering on my car doesn't seem to be helping much lately and I also think it may be responsible for unusual noises which have developed under the hood.— E.G. A—First thing to check for is a low fluid level Q—After 19 months, believe it or not, I had my first flat last week. I put on the spare which is still brand-new and it keeps losing air. Should I demand a replacement from the dealer?—H.K. A—Tire rotation including the spare might have avoided this. It's recommended not only to keep wear even but, to prevent the spare from deteriorating due to lack of use. Q — I've always heard that engine oil filters can only screen out dirt and other solids. Now I read that a filter will also remove water from the oil. Is this so?—O.M. A—There is a certain type — original equipment on some cars — which is said to accomplish this. Soafk r Yon, South, bold: 48741 VZ •AK»43+7«2 What do you do now? A—Bid one spade only. We like thin action best, but we would not criticize either a pat* ei a two-spade bid. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner raises you to tm> wadca. What do you do? Autwer Monday AUGUST GARMENTS 2 PC. Suits count as one garment. FREE BOX STORAGE NOT APPLICABLE TO SPECIALS ONE HOUR SERVICE AT BOTH LOCATIONS UNTIL 3 P.M. 130T MILTON RD Open Mon. - Sat. 7:80 sun. - 6 p-ni. 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