Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 7, 1965 · Page 9
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 9

Clovis, New Mexico
Issue Date:
Friday, May 7, 1965
Page 9
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• JACOBY ON BRIDGE Special Tactic For Suit Hand By JACOBY & SON Newspaper Enterprise assn. What do you do when you use intermediate jump overcalls and pick up a really strong one suit Economy On Firm Basis hand such as South's? You shouldn't double. Your partner just might happen to leave the double in and your hand is most unsuitable for defense against an adverse con- SANTA FE — State financial authorities have announced a temporary drag on the economy expected in April failed to materialize. As a result, State General Fund and Earmarked Fund receipts totaled more than $2 million above estimates as of April 30. Bill Giron, chief of the Financial Control Division of the State Department of Finance, said Wednesday in a report to Gov. Jack M. Campbell that it appears the earlier estimate of a $103 million general fund surplus by the end of this fiscal year will be surpassed. He made no estimate, however, on how much it will be exceeded. Giron's report to the governor showed General Fund and School Earmarked Fund receipts dur ing April totaled $15,418,247. These collections brought total receipts through 10 months of the 1964-65 fiscal year to $130,096,- R96. The revised estimate made in rarly March after the end of the third quarter of the year had projected receipts by this date of $128.083 million. The excess of actual receipts over projections amounted to 1.57 per cent Giron said he expected to he able to provide an informal projection of General Fund receipts shortly after the end of May. NORTH AQ108S42 IB • 102 4K8G2 WEST BAST 0>) 4A76 *KJ9 ¥1084 96 • Q0S3 4AK8M + Q73 4 J 10 94, SOOTH A3 VAKQJ9755 4 J7 No one vulnerable But South Wett North I • 4 * Pass Pas* Puss Opening lead—* 3. Foreign News Commentary One-Time Russian Ruler 'Man Who Never Was, MOSCOW (UPI) - Former Premier Nikit.a S. Khrushchev is suffering the strangest fate of any fallen Soviet leader. The one-time ruler of "all the Russians" has become the man that never was. He is the first complete "un- person" of that stature since the Russian Revolution. Khrushchev's name has been assiduously omitted from the press, and erased from new editions of history books in which it figured prominently in earlier editions published before his ouster last Oct. 15. Name Never Mentioned Khrushchev has been criticized obliquely by reference to some of his policies and style of government, but never "by name. The authorities have gone to Up A i tract. Or your opponents would 'have a chance to bid at a low level and find their way to a good contract of their own. An other possible bad result would ;occur if your partner happened to get into the act at a high level in a suit of his own. The best bid with today's South hand is an immediate four-heart overcall. You o n 1 \ have nine playing tricks and I may not get a trick from your partner. In that case you "will be down one. That might be a ,bad result and again it might not. For all you know if your partner has a really bad hand your opponents may be able to romp into four spades and make jit. If this wouldn't happen today, lit might some other time. Your partner has the spades and his king of clubs is a trick for you so you chalk up four 'hearts with 100 honors. i Would anything bad happen to you if you made a takeout dou b!o? Not necessarily, but you ran't tell. We^t mi^ht decide to try an immediate diamond raise and he and Hast tnicht then go to five diamonds. You could double and beat them two tricks if you defended properly but that would not make up for your loss of game. i Kven worse might happen if your partner got carried away with his six card spade suit and went to four spades. Then you would have to go down one at five hearts. O— The bidding hai been: North Kaat South West Alley? A LOST Ad Will Lead You Out! You. South, bold: KJI7« VQJ3 4K14 +5 « What do you do? A aVuyatid on* tpada. TOO to »ak» » further TODAY'S QUESTION Tour partner rtblds one no- trump. What do you do now? TYPKWRITKR ADDING MACHINE REPAIR GOODMAN Office Supply 1212 M»ln— Dial 7IES-5SH9 Z ALE'S for fine watc/ies LONGINES THE %i«l.ivs MOST HO.NOKID WATCH MUU4ANTLY FACETED M ARQIISE! Ttu* atarvciou* maiquj*c by lomioci it » dainty piece o/ bo* Kwclr> and » beautiful Umclccpcr too. Your chuK* of tokd UK yellow or wtuic gold with a briUiaai faceted crystal. The (aduoa tapucd tactic* i* fold-filled. S«l*c- At Z*k'i a tk* of Loa«MM the length of requesting owners of desk calendars to remove the page dated April 17 which carried a notation of Khrushchev's birthday. Stalin's birthday, Dec. 21, is, by contrast, still noted on desk calendars. Other Soviet leaders from Leon Trotsky to former Premier Vyacheslav M. Molotov and Defense Minister Marshal Georgi Zhukov have been disgraced and discredited. Some of ithem have been branded as '"criminals." But their names still occur in Soviet print occasionally even if only negatively. The young generation of Russians studying their national history may never learn that Trotsky was once founding father Lenin's right-hand man, that he was the first Soviet for- eign minister and defense commissar. But they know that he existed, that he was not a "good Bolshevik" and are told that he opposed the Communist party on many issues. Stalin may have become a fighting word in the Russian vocabulary. He is to some extent a forgotten though not a forgiven man but he has not been entirely eliminated from public print. Not so with Khrushchev. Mum is the word on him. This strange silence on Khrushchev may be only temporary. It is possible that his successors will maintain this blackout until a policy decision is made on exactly what role to ascribe to him in official Soviet history. Traintd fccmlt 'Fliej Tlit Coop 1 GHOST RANCH, N.M. 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