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Tuesday, July 3, 'l95G Sun Classified 66. Cards of Thanks >--\\> U!.-!l! to CM'- New fsofcrtfo/ifsf Doctrine Is Evident Thinking May One Day Reshape U. S. Foreign Policy 3f;nffmmt *'jt!t CURLEY KAYO By Sam Lef . uM' K;w M. ftv:uilly k'r:U''!ui !!!-,'!" 'Oil Ullll K«r Mrs. lUi.v M. Mis. llcii-n I'.nli ri-'y f:;ive us ill bt^ival huslj:uul ;\nil Mt:F;irl:ui<l. \\V life '.<> ihi- employees of r>lllNK Co. MOOKK— 1>< Rev. Clyde Foils ami :i!l olhi H.''c. Mi>iire'and Vr.mily'.' bo. uoage noiices CV-2_ 0 V— JW /v^ ^-'v ^> * •rr.B .,U..'lt Ki:KC<i July :'. the ru .i;u:k T. .1. HAYTOVrX SHRINE will lioht Its regular meptir.K r,ii Tuesday, i!'.',-i n; ?:iio p.m. in 1/mgiiriii^e. fc.-.'y. C.\ I.t.KU COM M I'N K'ATIO.V ^ Creek 1 & A.M.. .Hn.ll f«r tin 1 . 1'Urinisc to 1 uesday. I'.m. In . M. Mlntor, K. Waugli. Legal Notice SKAI.ED I-'IDS will iMcs.s orflee of the Giardello Kayos Baldoni in First NEW yni:K it.'Pi— Former iTud'.ru.'weifjht cimtender .lucy Oi- ardeiio m;iy have earned a trip buck to Madison Square (larden next month by his flashy, first- round knockout of Tony Baldoni in's TV fight at St. Nicholas Art-mi. Philadelphia Joey said today, "I'm ready io meet the ranking contenders ajM'm." IS.v KVI.K C. W United .Press Stuff Correspondent WASHINGTON (UP! — Putting- one and one together to make two, there is more than a touch of isolation in current American political trends. It is not the old time religion Isolationism o£ Die 1920s. Then the United States was spuming 1 t he League of Nations and trying to collect the war debts of 1917-18. But, the trend is evident. If it continues it will considerably reshape the foreign i»iicies of the United Slates ns they were developed during the Truman administration and carried on without amendment by President Eisenhower. A dispatch to the London (England) Daily Telegraph written by j( S C hicf Washington correspondent, Denys Smith, was printed under this headline: Smith is a veteran of 30 yeai-s Washington reporting. His paragraphs summed up what is hap- j pening 1 . as follows: "There is a somewhat disturbing common factor in the simultaneous congressional drives to reduce military foreign aid and to increase Air Force appropriations for long-range jet bombers. "It is that Congress is showing a preference for a reliance on the United States' own military strength, rather than on the West- Monroney Hits U.S. Agency's Policy WASHINGTON (UP) — S c n. Mike Monro'iey iD-0):la.) charged today liie Interior Department is supporting a policy which would lead to 'cxhorbitant and unjusti- i --o-d -i ' fic( '" ' nci ' eascs in niral electric. be'seen un J co-nperativc rates. j Monroni'V said an effort is 1)0' inj;' niade to force REA co-operatives 'to shoulder a major shari: of tlie total cost of constructing iViloral multiple purtxiso project 1 ; by raising power rates that would farmers KICA electric bills over ouc-half billion dollars over tlie next 20 years." The large aluminum corporations. Monroney sa.ii!. are contracting 1 for a large part of -the same power under non-adjustable contract's so that rate increases cannot be passed on to them. Monroney went before tlie House Interior committee in sup- I»rt of a bill he helped set through the Senate to prohibit the Interior Department from cany- ing; out the plan. ern Alliance for its security. It is in some respects evidence of a 'Go-It-Alone' spirit." Smith made the p-'int that after Gen. Curtis E. LoMay jolted Congress with his estimate that the Soviet Union was pi'OUucIng long-range bombers faster than was the United States, President Eisenhower had to make a basic decision. It was whether to shift all- out effort to home-based, long- range aircraft or to maintain a mixed air force of long-range craft at home and medium bombers based on foreign soil. Mr. Eisenhower chose the latter. That is the core of the dispute now raging between the White House and Congress over how much should be appropriated for foreign mill tan- aid and how much Contract Bridge South dealer. East-West vulnerable. V Q -T 10 9 72 4964 %• K 8 4 ^ AKJ 103 A A K Q 4 The bidding: South West Xorth East 1 ^ Poas 1 4 Pass 3 A Pass 6 A Pass k A. 110 5 » A6 >Q5 . J 862 N W E 4 K 9 8 6 ¥ 53 ^872 ^10953 By Josephine Culbertson were, whether in distributional or high card form, the seven bid appeared justified. Scuth took the heart lead in dummy and played the ace-king of clubs, learning that l*ist hud started with four trumps. The only loser South had was a heart. He led the ):inp oj hearts, and another heart which was trumped with dummy's eight, but, unfortunately, East overtrumped to defeat the grand slam. North called attention to a better line of play which was virtually foolproof. His plan was BO simple in conception that it is almost startling. South starts with twelve high card tricks. He attempted to make the thirteenth by ruffing a heart in dummy. In- hc should hnve trumped 7 A Opening lead— queen of hearts. stea(l The jump shift rebid of lhre< one of dummy s spades m his own clubs bv South indicates an cnor- llnnf ! for the crucial extra trick. mous hand of at least 20 points. , Aftcr drawing: two trumps, dolt often identifies a hand which clarcr sho " lti was originally just short of a two *" of s P adcs - ' llfl - v a " d to " s rhc , of ch '" s ls wi(l cashcd dummy is entered with the ° f diamonds. The jack of clu . ba _ dra *' s , lLllsls ' ast , ^ mp combined aml South s losinff heart. There ar< -' now thirteen tricks. bid. In view of this declaration of strength by South, North could casilv count on the slam which he tmi. There had to be al least 33 points in the ), an j s South's seven club bid is also North's suggested line of play approved From his view, North's correct. South had to get by could not have a six bid on a th ™e rounds of hearts, without trump holding that was at best East trumping, to make the hand. jack high, unless he also had two This wtts a ™s!<y procedure. aces. The play for all the tricks. North's method runs practically therefore, must range anywhere" 0 risl< - ll 'caves less to chance. from good to certain. Whatever^ t- 1 "-' ac « of spades survives, the the features of North's handk'rand slam is made. DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Spread IS. Medley I. Talk Krass to 21. To cut. 5 N fc T>. Flower ( ry use; in E t). Job S. 1 10. Dwarfed 6. C tl-JllRS x 12. DetfSt'-d 7. 1 13. Kind of a .scarf S. 1 14. Metallic t rock 0- f 15. Amount c taken in - s 16. Eskimo 11.? houses 15. ' IP. Belgian ' river t 20. -Sells t again I 22. Sea eagle r (Eur.) !"?• C ^T I^.' 1 u ( 'iiin <r 25. FVrrv b'oat (Var.) ?,S. American Indians 32. Kind of :M.To cxili: i;,">. liiishf.s .'{".Cravat ufe. Coat v.':t: tin-loail alloy '','.). Engine -11. 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The Democrats wore more solidly for the bip-tiine foreign aid prop ranis begun in the Truman adminislra- tion than the Republicans ever were. And now they 1'ogin to Italic. Iceland's vote to send the Americans home is contributing- its bit to the now isolationist sentiment in the United States. So does the i news from Great Britain that fense spending' is to bo ably reduced. And the seeminc inability of Frenchmen to govern themselves or to live with their colonies is a factor. Color In Hospital Rooms Is Urged To Perk Up Sick CHICAGO — UP — A doctor; says colored linens would help perk j up the spirits of hospital patients. ' especially the i:hr<mically ill. Dr. Samuel M. Kokhi'l. writinfr in the magazine Hospiiais. sauf color would minimize the monoto- i noii!» "sickroom" connotation of ; hospital white. Rcichel. formerly \vith tlie phv.s- ieal medicine <ind rehabilitation ; service of the Veterans Administration Hospital at Batavia. X. V.. .said in the article: "Where a. person is eoi'.tiiui'.msly confined to a limited area th" problem of an artifieally eolor environment hei-omes quite important. Moreover. roior-bchav- iorism studies seem to show thai sick persons tend to !.... more KITI- sitive to environment iliiin are t'ae well." Ht-ichel said the exposed surfeit ( a.iY;i of hospital spread's, sheets, pillow cones and towels in tin- average hospital room comprise about 30 square feet. Hi; added: "For psychological, physiological and aesthetic reasons while is an nndor.sira.ble color for patients' linens in a chronic disease hospital. "Psychologically, the excessive use of white, emphasizes the abnormal and .severe hospital atmosphere, along with Us di*usree<ihlr and depressing sickroom connotations anj previous association." He advocated the use of warm colors "to aim toward a goal of mild 1 stimulation and to avoid depression." KAYOE ROCKS PHIL O'DENDRON OM HIS KEELS WITH ANOTHER LEFT TO THE HEAD... 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