Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 9, 1965 · Page 8
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May 9, 1965

Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 8

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€ JACOB Y ON BRIDGE South Has Zero. North Powerful JACOBY & SON Enterprise Assn. The tflReMt double should Shew good support for the highest unhid suit and it is silly NORTH AK7 VAK83 4 J32 + AKQ8 17 EAST 4Q963 4AJ f Q7 4AKQ84 41063 * J 4 3 2 41087 SOOTH A 108542 ~ V 10964 497 495 Both vulnerable West North K«st Sooth 14 Dble. Pass 1A Pass 2 4 Pass 2 V Pass 3 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 K. , indeed to make a weak takeout double of a spade opening without four hearts or of any other suit opening with out four spades, but you can't have everything. Sometimes your hand is so powerful that you have to double on high cards alone and hope for the best. North has one of those hands. He holds half the high cards in the deck including two aces and three kings. He can't bid no-trump without a diam o n d stopper, his hand is too good for a four card suit overcall and a pass is unthinkable. He must double. South looks at his collection of leftovers and responds one spade. •North's two diamond call would be dangerous in many places. Once upon a time people used to double and then bid their opponent's suit to show that they held it. Today the bid shows a strong double and begs partner to show another suit if he possibly can. South's two heart bid also represented the bottom of the barrel but North persisted to three hearts. He wanted to go all the way to game, but he knew that he had forced both bids from his partner. It was well that North restrained himself. There was no- play at all for four hearts but South had very little trouble making three. He ruffed the third diamond and led a spade toward dummy. West rose with the ace and led back the jack whereup o n declarer cashed the ace and king of trumps and ruffed out dummy's fourth club bef o r e conceding a trick to East's [jack of hearts. Local Names In News Commenting on the $6,818,216 budget for 1965-66 for Clovis Schools, Superintendent Vernon Mills said, "This is a good budget, 1 believe We can operate within," * * * * Clovis High School golf coach, Gracy Capps, said of his team this year, "We have seven lettermen that have carried up this season and they have done a real fine job." * * * if "Just because a dog has a lag is'no reason he can run loose," said Police Chief Lawrence Rhodes, commenting on a crackdown on dogs running at large over the city. * * * * Carroll Graham, CHS baseball coach, commenting on a victory over the Portales Rams said, "The boys a "d we are glad to win this one." Airline Flight To D.C. Canceled For 'Railbird' Q—The bidding has been: North East South West IV Pass 14 F &** 1N.T. Pass ? You, South, hold: 4KJ876 VQJ3 «K74 *S4 What do you do now? A—Bid two hearts. Yon prefer this to one no-tramp and if your partner makes a further bid yon won't object. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding one no- trump, your partner raises you to two spades. What do you do DOW? Answer Monday " i HOBBS — They're going to have to cancel flight reservations that had been made for a bird fly from her to Washington, D. C. The National Wildlife Service said the bird, a Virginia rail, would have to be released in the Bitter Lakes Wildlife Refuge near Roswell. The director of the refuge, Roger E. Johnson, said he would be more than happy to receive the bird, which he said will be kept under observation for a few days and then released. Johnson said the refuge contains all foods needed for the Virginia Rail, only four official sightings of which have been reported in the state. The bird was found earlier this week entagled in a tennis net at a Hobbs school. The students had hoped to get the bird to the East where they felt it would have a better chance to survive. But the Wildlife Service said the bird would be just as likely to live at the New Mexico refuge as anywhere else. So instead of getting a flight to Washington, arrangements were being made to fly the bird to Roswell. YMCA Men's Club To Stage Play Day The local Y's Men's Club will,Circle Drive. stage a YMCA Play Day Saturday at 9 a.m. at the Marshall Junior High track. A variety of dashes, relays and field events will be conducted for all 5th and 6th grade boys of the city caring to enter. First, SATURDAY 9 a.m. to Noon. YMCA Adventures For Youth, Gattls, Marshall, and La Casita Gyms. 10:15 a.m. Baton Twirling. Marshall Disability Hike Eyed For Veterans WASHINGTON - New Mexico veterans now receiving disability benefits stand to get an $790.000 if Congress second and third place ribbons i 7:30 p.m. "Y Square" Dance will be awarded in each event. The YMCA schedule for this week is as follows: MONDAY 6:30 a.m. Y's Men's Club, Home Cafe 5:45 p.m. Ladies Slimnastics, Youth Center, Sycamore at 7th. 7 p.m. Tejas Father and Son "Y" Indian Guide Tribe, 2025 Hull Club, Marshall Cafeteria. State Youths Take Science Fair Honors approves pending legislation. The legislation, backed VA Administrator William by J. Driver and supported by Olin E. Tcague, D-Tcx.. chairm a n of the House Veterans Affairs Committee, would affect approximately 12,000 veterans living in New Mexico, said Donald E. Crow, regional VA director. Sandia 7:30 p.m. Y.M.C.A. Minus One Club, 221 West Yucca TUESDAY 9:15 a.m. Ladies UNM Needs Summer Housing 1 ALBUQUERQUE - Sum- |mer housing is needed at the | University of New Mexico as officials look forward to thousands enrolling for the 1965 session from June 21 to Aug. 13. Dr. E. Hames Smith, director of housing with offices located in Mesa Vista Resident Hall, said that a half-dozen institutes will bring many families to this area. Most housing will be needed for the period from June 15 to Aug. 15, he added. , The measure, explained Crow ST. LOUIS (UPI) — Miss! cal j s for a $600 compensation 7 p.m. Comanche Father and Johnna Russell of Albuquerque;increase for veterans with 100 Son "Y" Indian Guide Tribe, 605 , and i°, hn Shearman of Lovlng-',, er cent disability. There are ton Thursday won American 650 such veterans in the state Medical Assn. honors at the Na-, an( j W ould involve added com- tional Science Fair at St. Louis. pcnsalion of $90,000. Mo. f Miss Russell, Of Sandia High,' A comparable increase has took one O f t wo fj rsl places been proposed for veterans re- Youth Center, Sycamore at 7thj w jt n her exhibit isolating cell reiving compensation for d i s- 1 p.m. Great Decisions Study j ac j d f rom a common germ ability ranging from 10 tr» !>0 (Group Planning Session for 1968,j shearman took nonorable mcn . per cent. This eatery involves Commumtv Room of the F,rst !tion w|lh an cxhibu showi n.350 veterans .n the state ami National Bank of Curry County.Jhormone control over certain wml!d :im(Hint to ahout $260.000 5:45 pm Business Men's, bodv func t ions . j n compensation Physical Fitness Class, Marshall jJunior High School track 1 WEDNESDAY J 5:45 p.m. Ladies Slimnastics, t Youth Center, Sycamore at 7th; | THURSDAY ; 7:30 a.m. YMCA Executive ^Committee. 2401 Main i 9:15 a.m. Ladies Slimnastics j .Youth Center, Sycamore at 7th | i 5:45 p.m. Business Men's Physical Fitness Class, Marshall' !Junior High School track. j ! 7:30 p.m. Navajo Father and, jSon "Y" Indian Guide Tribe. 404! Traffic Statistics CLOVIS CITY LIMITS Traffic Arclilrnts In IfMJt Traffic Arrldc.nl* In 196,"> Traffic Fntalltim In 19ft» Traffic Fntnlltlr* In IW.5 Persons Injurocl In UN;I Pornoni Injured In IMS Accident* Ij»M Week .... Traffic Fiitalillr-t Ij,* Persona Injured Lout Work S.-MI 0 'J '.'li III II n i Job Corps Project Lacks $$ WEST LAS VEGAS (UPI)-A West Las Vegas schools sponsored Neighborhood Youth Corps project staled to begin April l£ has been unable to begin operations because of lack of necessary federal funds. The program, to encompass selected training for 65 boys and girls will cost a total $32.100. all but $9.100 of which was to be in federal funds. i Superintendent Ray L e g e r said he telephoned the Office of Economic Opportunity in Washington Monday but was apparently unsuccessful in expediting receipt of the federal monies. Lrger said he talked with the neighborhood youth corps regional director who said he would call back later this week. Several weeks ago, a spokesman for Hie West Las Vegas school district called Washington regarding thn district's application in project Operation Head Start, a pro-schooling program. After lu'ini: routed through several federal agencies, the •.;n>kcM»;in said ho finally ':reached the Office of Economic (i|i|i(irtiini'y hn! NO one, he add- 'i-d. had much information about New Mexico s <>EO programs. SASSER Western Wear Hi \V PKKSS VUSIT.KN PANTS MAIN ':*> lust one way to bake bread., ELECTRICALLY!" says Mrs. DON L HANDLIN 2011 71st ST., LUBBOCK, TEXAS This attractive, energetic young homemaker and toother of two youn » sons has cooked electrically for nine years. **J wouldn't cook any other way," says Mrs. Handlin. "It's so simple to have the exact temperature you want and this is especially important in baking. Home-baked bread is just one of the many treats my family enjoys from our electric range." 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