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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 5

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Wednesdjiy, .July 4, 1956 Jobs Plentiful For Girl 'Grcds 1 MJNN'KAI'OU'S • Ul 1 -•• If the ff\r\ ^ra'.iuati.' wishes, she can go I'ijjlit from college commencement to coiumeuec'niiMit of a career Ihi.i trimmer. Tile employment picture is at its rosiest, sve.conlinj; to on,- tlelailei! study of job opportunities for the graduating coed. The 2hst annual sui'vey of college placements, made by the Nortluvestci'ii Xational Lifu Insurance Co., Minneapolis, showed the h.imber of joa offers arenerally higher t'mn lasl year. And. Inst year was a good year. FFA, 4-H Forestry Camp Set To Be Held At Woodville Aug. 20-24 T.UFKl.X — (Sp.) -. A forestry camp will be? eonclueterl near YVooo"- ville, August 20-2-1 for FFA and •i-H Cluli boys. W. K. C'rute, president of the Texas Forestry assjoeia- tie.n ha.s annotince.fl. Tile camp v. r il! be .sponsored jointly by the Texas Forest Service uud the Texas Forestry association, with Hie asisislanee of garden dims ana' eivie uiiMS. The younij live farmers will re- reive pra.eti<'al forestry training that can be a')|)lied on their own farm woodlands. Tin- camp is de- ?it;ne<] to provkle buys who are interested in |'ore.-:i.i'y with first-hand know ledge <•>;' recommended method.^ of ^rowinp', improving, anfi utilix.iniv farm woori'lnn.is. All campers will take written tests over the instruction received. Pri/.es will be presented to the campers making- the highest Krades. Instnictors at the camp will inemlu'io graduate foresters from the Texas Forest Service and forest industries. R. It Rhodes of the IV-xas Forest Service will serve as Camp Director. Tii addition to the practical forestry training, camp activities wilj include a well ulanncd recreation program an i citizenship training to occupy the campers between instruction period's. Reinstatement of ;t forestry camp thi.s year for Texas youths is part of the greatly expanded program of the Texas Forestry association. DAILY CR ACROSS • 48. f- I. Hint f>. Xnt ruffled I./ 9. Showing 'J. A self- e por.wK>r T,. I 10. (Jut loud 4.1 12. Aquatic 1 mammal 5. 1 1 ?,. Rest f 1-S. Indian 0. / living 7. f in Utah 8. 15. Conjunction' 'J. "V I*,!. Clamor t 17. Rani; of ll.S a I'.rd 1 21. Neon (sym.) 15. ! 22. Thori'ii i iabbr.J ' i •.':.: I'rji::: 'S, I 2i. U::i!a uf 1'J.'. \vur,; 1 2G. Anir.'.al TH'!' 27. Capuchin monkey 2 v A \oicl ;:n. tiivolunt: contract! 1 ,-. 31. Cubic labbr.) r,.'I.T(,v.-ard :;•!. In.-.truct' 07. (>ld nvisuro .10. IndL-rinitu article 40. I 'art of n. .'.;.". IP rnlianr- ns water 4.">. An r-m. alonj- a r\ ver •Ifi. Part of a stair •17. -Stagger OSSWORD iimicked 20. Fruit DOWN 25. Smallest i fabric of feasure of the apacity United Employ States ;ver (abbr. ) poet i 26. Chinese ".land pre- ff Itr.iy feature P^pr"iS T PFl^ &OHjE»|u!NTTrsl Hi OPA|S|CIO|T[ O]SH|Y|.S|EIR| [5? (Clio It-ilE 1 ilOlAlsl [A " (sf T t bN M- "B uraTsSili i LI R M EBJMJOJT 0 RJ .A6sKo|8]ETSfe| tlolTBTlilDlEM LWing ' 27. Thus "?•* <0isy ' (L. ) y<;stcriliy'« Annwer on<lcrin{,' 28. Pilfer "oun;: vg p ar (_ O f 35. Artist's urKey a pen stand and ihuvs r,0. A shade 30. Notched, Kag.) of brown like a Jnit of ."1, Prodiifyl leafedpc '•sislanro cracks in 2$. Not C'.'ad Kli-c.l a ;;l,-ixi- 42. A litilo ,.-,, I;'- m ay d'uttcry) igolfl V.lf"! r.',? Tlr-Mler <!.",. Frip.r'.s title rspcct attendant -1-1. Tear ^ "^ rt '•' 7J. ^•'/ 75 •-'J •• l • v i 1 W '•' 3 A 1 1 % -'*• /// IK -* ^ li 2S JA ''/// *ii % .<) //' / // 25' J'J // ''/// % ID" % jo ^ '///, % ^ 10 14 /% 17 /^ aj -V, "B »> ^/ lu M % -^i 7 IK ^ IS % Jo .10 a 11 /-/// ii % I 1 % li. '/A 7- + Contract Bridge South dealer. North-South vvilnc The bidding: South West North East J NT Pass 2 NT Pass 3 NT Opening lead—queen of spades. Declarer could not afford to let East's kinp win the opcmn£ lead because of 'he threatening club situation. Besides, there nppe.ired to be ten IricUs hedging to he grabbed; four hearts, five diamonds and the spade. So South took the opening lead, led Un- king; of diamonds, and suddenly discovered there were only three diamond tricks where a moment before there had appeared to be five. South salvaged all he could by lakmg tour heart tricks, tiien the queen and ncc of diamonds. This brought him to eight trie:;-; rnd the end of the road. A. club h.id from dummy gave West the balance of the tricks. The hand illustrates how im- By Josephine Culbertson portant it is for the declarer to slnrl with a pessimistic view of his prospects. The assumption by South that he had five diamond trick?, was not borne out. by subsequent events. It was within the realm of possibility that one of the opponents might have al! four outstanding diamonds. If the diamonds divided in any other- way, ten tricks were a certainty. All of South's efforts, therefore, must be bent to playing the hand on the basis that one defender lias all the diamonds. This chc.in. of reasoning, if carried one step further, would have resulted in nine tricks. If the missing four diamonds are presumed to be in the West hand, they cannot be caught by any line of play. Since declarer eannot cope with this possibility, he dismisses it and turns to one he can deal with, namely, that there arc four diamonds in the East hand. These can be trapped by proper play. A diamond is played to the ace at trick two, and when West shows out, another is returned. South wins East's ten with the king, and reentcrs dummy with n heart for another diamond play. East's jack is caught, and South makes all four of his diamonds. These, together with the -four heart tricks and the spade nee, produce nine tricks. Dummy's lifth diamond, it is true, gets lost in the shuffle, but it is a minor tragedy. YOU'RE MWAYS WELCOME AT YOUR OlOSMOBILI DEALER-SI TOM CONDER OLDSMOEII-E, 512 W. T«xes Arc. PHO.VK finer, The company »uid lhat of V? ea~ edueaiional eoilege.s ansuv.-jij.; ;t.s iiuestionnaire, 41 reported job offers for the gals definitely more r.nnicrous. The remainde" roporte.; j thfl job situation about the same. The survey showed that women who majored in the sciences or j mat hematic.'; fire in heavy demand a;; engineering twsistant: 1 , physicists, even as well-spotters and man drafters. Women liberal arts majors are bciing inducted into resulav training elasses formerly limited to men. and into carter appointment;; in government. The. 1 company said women business majors are being courted by accounting firm.s and market research organizations. And. there is unusually heavy .jemand thus year for women gran's in the various social service organizations. Here are some typical comment from colleges and universities. The School of Business Administration of the University of Jtin- nosoUi reported: "... have five | or six jobs tor oath woman who grailuaU'fl." Boston University: "Demand is up 31! per cent over last year." Cornell University; Demand up li) per eent. with mcrcliamliiiiiif;. insurance, secretarial, social work j and teehnietil fields most active, Ruth Houghton director of placements for Barnard College in New York, said the large insurance companies, merchandising organizations and some smaller companies in general business and 1 manufacturing' hire women for executive training courses. She said some large New York stores are taking them into four to 12- month training courses at $65, mainly to train them as buyers. Northwestern National also asked the colleges what fields women were going into that heretofore had "been for men. Syracuse University said that for the first time recruiters were looking for technical assistants for engineers and as literature 1'fc- searehers. Baylor University listed junior engineers and teehr.U'a' writer.". And the University of California at Los Angeles said that for the first time it was getting demands for women for career appointments in government and for j various types of market research. • Here's Advice On Lawn Seed Blends From An Expert GENEVA, N. Y. -(IP)— Lawn seed mixtures suitable for permanent lawns generally aren't what they should be, according to an expert at. New York stale's agricultural experiment station here. Dr. B. E. Clark, head of the department of seed investigations. ha.5 some words of warning for those buying lawn seed mixtures. Analyses were made here of l.'iS samples representing TdS different brands of lawn seeding; mixtures purchased at random from lots offered for sale by retail outlets in the state. Dr. Clark noted that most mixtures were labeled accurately, but that very few met recommendations for seed for planting permanent lawns. He pointed out, for instance, that a lawn-seeding mixture: for use in a sunny spot with normal moisture supply should contain a.t lens't "u per cent Kentucky bluegrass of either the common or the 2Uerion varieties. The JOS brand:-' nnalyr.ftd, he said, contained an average of only M per cent Kentucky blucRTass—and fewer than five per cent contained' the de- b'ired amount. Dr. Clark noted that other "basic' 1 grasses desired in a good lawn mixture include red fes- eues, rough blucgrass and colonial bent-grass. These, along with Kentucky blucgras^, should make up SO per cent of the mixture, he said. Minister Not Potted - That Snake Real CHICAGO (UP)—The Rev. Chester Brzogowy thought the heat was getting him when ho saw looked like a fi-foot boa constrictor .slithering ils way across the church lawn. Then he took n closer look rind found it was :i boa, after all. Anti- Cnioit.y Sociolj- animal experts advanced the opinion the "t'line" boa was somebody's pet. and took it to the Lincoln Tark Zoo. MAKIM'X— Dresseil lor her role of Desdemoiui in Slutl»espenre,'s "Odirllo," Iriri.'i SJ.,v!,!si,v;: i- !J::?;s-:iV. Mr-riiyn ^Moiir«('. A tihu star, she S*'ls paid (lie equivalent of ¥1X7.,"if) a wer>U. She hopes to ho chosen in an international exchange of film Mars. (fnlrrnalional) ROEBUCK AND COl/: J_ L 1 Huge Selection, First Quality PERCALES REGULAR 39c yd yard Washfast prints, guaranteed color fast. Famous 80 square weave strength, dur- ability, serviceability. Start the sewing season with currently popular percales in floral, geometries, paisleys, small figure prints, kiddie patterns. For dresses, smocks, children's clothes, school dresses, play clothes, shirts, blouses. VISIT OUR PATTERN DEPARTMENi You'll have no trouble choosing the particular pattern you desire! 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