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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 4, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                 The Cedar Rapids Gazelle:    Tri.,    .fan    4,    1971  Argentine Terrorists Grab American Pepsi Cola Exec  Costlier Fuel Forces Hike in Shipping Rates  BUENOS AIRES, Argentina armed men in two ears (AP) _ Kidnapers struck for blocked the path of Roberts'  the second time in the new year  Increasing fuel costs have caused another increase in shipping costs.  Dick Petska, Chamber of I IC o rn rn e r c e transportation I I bureau manager, reported in- ‘ creases of:  1.5 percent by the Middlewest Motor Freight bureau and the East Central Motor Freight bureau, both effective last Tuesday.  ,    ..    ,    I    Police,    as    has    been    usual    in    .7 percent bv all railroads, ef-  ave officer and a director of the  su( . h c#ses< sa|d offipja|ly thpv fePth  P  p  ^  had no    information    on    a kidnap-    5 percent bv all trucking  ing.    firms    in Iowa, effective Dec 24  Roberts would be the second    Ruling  vehicle near his suburban  _ .,    ,    ,    ... 1    home    in Martinez, about III  Friday    and    seized    an    Anglo-Ar-     mj|ps    #f  , b(   gentine    executive    of    Pepsi Cola    They    forced Roberts into one  of (he ears and the other was found    abandoned with about  25 rounds of ammunition inside.  as he was driving to work, po- i lice sources said.  The victim was identified as Douglas Gordon Roberts, about 42, who is general administra-  Argentine subsidiary of Pepsi.  Pepsi Cola declined to confirm the kidnaping but company sources said Roberts did not  Women's Labor Hiawatha Delays Truck ;  To Talk with C.R., County  Group Elects 1974 Officers  Shirley Wilson of local 1.162, International Brotherhood of  IRA Threatens To Kill British Administrator  Action on a petition asking ginner; Clinton Mover, city at- BEDFAST (AP) Security that truck traffic be banned on torney; Bob Konehar and Mike  men  tightened their guard I'ii Blairs Ferry road in Hiawatha Donahue mew appointment), day around Francis Pym, Bn  tain’s administrator in Northern Ireland, after the Irish Republi can Army threatened to kill to serve in the him.  ion iii order to discuss the event the mayor is absent.    The IRA’s liondonderry brr  problem with Cedar Rapids and Mayor Dale Guthridge also gade said it sentenced Pym to ann county officials because appointed councilmen to the lob death because he ordered the  The r a i I r 0 a d and motor  come to work Friday, indicating! judnap victim of the new year j  he had been expected but did|“ A'f"'presumed    freight    increases    come    in    light  seized Jose Ludvig, the «l-year-! of a  December Interstate Com old Yugoslav-born general man-1 mer ^ e  Commission ruling that, ager of the Schconik paper plant ,carrlers could increase rates 0,1   not show up.  The police sources said four  JOHN L. DONNELLY ★ ★ ★  Executives Assn. Installs Officers  Electrical Workers, has been  was  delayed for a month by the'asisistant city attorneys; Mall elected president of the Hawk Hiawatha city council Thursday Sheets, civil delense represent-eve Labor Council, AFL CIO night.    jative, and Jerry Seifried, mayor  Miscellaneous Women s auxilia Council members deferred ac* pro-tempore  ry.  Doris Ann Peick, also of I BEW  1362, was named vice-president;     mu(<b 0 ,  the truck     traffic    enters    lowing cit\ commissions:    internment    without trial of    an  Elsie Cummings, American Fed-     B j a j rs  p erry road    from     Edge-    Parks, recreation and    library    IRA    man    in Londonderry    on  eration of Grain Millers IOO.  wood road  ‘    commission: Gene VanderLin- Christmas day. The British  secretary, and Bernice Bell,  Th(l petition  presented to the den, chairman and Carl Ander army denied anyone was arrest-Hotel, Restaurant Employes and  council was signed bv  140 per son.    od in the city that day.  Bartenders local 497. treasurer.  s0|)s who |lV( ,  wj(hin 200 fppt nf uumjps al „|  sll „itatU.n: .lark Pym, who succeeded William Diane Bailey of the Detail.  B ,. drs p  ,. oaf) jn  Hiawatha. Wyrick chairman, and .terry Whitelaw as the British govern-Wholesale and Department „  askpd (hat |hp counc „  hiin >Seifrjpd     merit's representative in Norlh-  Store Workers local HO,  w « s      a || truck traffic on    Blairs    Ferry    Public Safety: Marlin    Bruns,    em    Ireland    on Dee 2, was    l ie  named to the executive board.     road PXCep t those    trucks    mak- !     chairman and Wyrick.    first    British politician lo    be  deliveries in the arca or Streets:    Seifried, chairman, marked for death y nam< \  Alabama Man Is Accused of Robbery in C. R.  All Alabama man has been ,    .    .    ,    \r’’>ntin;i    "iud    h'l’ 1      rr---r>      1    nun    uvvuiuva    ca*uuiviu    uurviut.  charged with robbery following i““. s      r ‘JI,; j was actually delayed from simi-j Peter  Aldershof conducted the  a holdup Thursday of a 63-ycar- ™^ (  ^p^ ^ a p^ ed  ^^ ^” s  * a  daHncrMSffijn^August in other j installation.  Trustees are Pat Marshall,    ...    ,„r «*.v.     ~.........  IBEW 1362, and Marcella Sim-  bav j ng  terminals within Ilia- and VandcrLinden.    '* ie    m dl( '  and a ba '|  John L. Donnelly. 2327 C ave- mons. Amalgamated Meal Cut-  wa(ha     (Jenera!:    Anderson, chairman, years of communal warfare in  a ten-day notice rather than 30 nue NE, was installed as pres- ’ors & Butcher Workmen I -.1.    m„r,,, l.    and Bruns.  Ha vs’ notice if a nrnfit increase iHnnt M tho fnHar Ranirk Ev»»r- Committee will be named at t bt    ; r    -  The number of trucks using    Bus    Service  Blairs Ferry has been increas- Co unci I man VanderLind  in suburban Hurlingham.      ,  .....    ,,    .    ,    ..    days notice if a profit increase ident of the Cedar Rapids Exec-  Pepsi has been I hi cairned ft*. .     jnvo|vpd     Assn.    during a breakfast,    t meting a. Peoples bank  quently during the last year and  Fup ,  posts wprp ci|pd M thp     Thursday    a.    the    Boose-    east.  was on the verge of pulling Us     ( lh#so  increases, Pets- veil hotel    '     ;   entire operation out of Argen- .    ^     11   tina. A company official who  Northern Ireland.  He succeeds Wilmer L. Ross The truck shipping increase  jWbo  becomes ex-officio director.  $6  Got Objections  At that time, the Iowa com  dt her new officers are: James E. Crumrine. first vicepresident; Ed C. Rudin, secre*|. tary; Wilmer L. Ross, treasur  , v*11uui DUWCIO,    "r    ,    ..    mnrrp    rnrmnissinn    hid    received  Iar '- Wilmer U. NOSS, treasur- ------ -     1       —- -----    °  :enue SE. told po-were for a » million deficit merre coimmtss OT l^.id .tee    -     A    E .    Morehouse.    Ralph    mg    Co.    has    been transferred to pointmen!* for tho coming year: ,  rocked down in the The losses, he said came ^j^^J2^^ ln K a teiW«sik and Kenneth King. di.ee-Cedar Rapids federal court.    Jean    Biederman,    city    clerk;     t   tors.  old man in a downtown bar.     in _ 0     ,,    ...    .    .  Charged is Jessie Jones. 34,1  for „. ,9/3 would ,0,al ab ° l "  Dothan Ala.    | m,lllon '  The victim. Wilbur Bowers,I He said projections for !S74  1029 Third av  lice he was knocked uu«n m mc *    *    -    --    ,- p._ ,l. - co  l_,  rest room of the Taft Tap, 4031 cause of a price freeze imposed |     the ratse b> ,ntra * sta   Second avenue SE bv a man bv the government since last    .    .    ,    .    _  aetona avenue oc., ay d niau    n     Thp    commisslon K  go-ahead--  who took his wallet containing June-    was not given until December Tj m _ fnnsirlprs  o',-    tai    .     C| '' k,° 'n' 3  J?'     11 1 following further investigation.  Police arrested Jones at 'he company might sell out Us oper-,  Pp|ska  K   sajd fup| costs arp t0   Holiday ten. 2501 Williams boti- altus here if there was a k.d-, M    f thi ,     incrpasp ,  abo ,  a8   levard SW, after detectives dis- naping of an executive and a L jese j  fue ,  ices    c j inib   covered a man fitting the sus-ihigh ransom was paid.     ‘  pect’s description had tele-j Meanwhile, kidnapers con-  phoned for a cab from a down-' tinucd to hold two Americans, a  town bar.    Dane, and a Frenchman, the  Jones was being held in the highest number of foreigners  Linn county jail Friday in lieu  he | d 5y  k ldnap ers at one time in  of $5,000 bond.    i    the last year, when 29 foreign-  $250,000 Action Transferred +o Federal Court  A $250,000 suit originally filed  „„ Drop Charges in Firemen's Strike  R  evivmg  Life  mg recently, according to city will look    into the feasibility of  Clerk Joan Biederman.    operating    a bus from Hiawatha  The property owners along to Collins    Radio Co. to help city    NEW YORK (AP) — Neglect  Blairs Ferry road were assessed residents conserve gasoline. of duty charges against 10,900  for paving (he road, which was M any Hiawatha residents firemen who went on strike tor  not designed for heavy truck work at Collins Radio Co.    5*2 hours last election day will  traffic, she added.    The council also agreed to be dropped for the sake of unity  In other business, the    council    hire Dec, Gosling    and    Co. of    in the department,    Commis-  ! in state court by Dubuque    Pack-approved the following    re-ap-    Cedar Rapids to    conduct the    sioner John O’Hagan    says.    He  audit of the city’s books for 1973 expressed dislike for “the dis-  at an estimated cost of $1,100 to sension, animosity, loss of dis-  j Made Be ii  C i t y treasurer: La- $1,350.    hipline and respect” that fob  The packing    company    fib     Vernp  wheeler.  wa ( er     board    ---- lowed the strike over    a    new    con-  the suit Dec    5 in Dubuqu    trustee; Archie Conklin, city en-    GAZETTE WANT ADS    PAY    tract.  County district court against in-    -  gersoll -Rand Cc . Woodclifl  For Better Health  ICC Disallows General Phone Rate Increase  Lake. New Jersey.  A kl ALI Dubuque packing claims an As a Monthly ammonia compressor purchased i    ,n- I Oct. 28. 1971, at a cost of $86,658  NEU VORK (LPL — lime  was no t adequate for the pur-  Bowers, victim of the robbery, had cashed a pension check earlier in the day, police said.  Police recovered $107 of the original amount when they arrested Jones two hours after the holdup.  Inc., spurred by the success of a special issue of Life honoring the 25th anniversary of the state of Israel and a hardcover review. “The Best of Life”, is coo  ers were seized.  Add Bostonian To President's  Youth Is Being Questioned in Store Robbery  A youth about 17 years old  pose for which it was warranted.  A n additional $163.(HK) is sought for shipping, attempted Bv Dr. S. L. Andelman repair, installation, business “What kind of disease is jaun-interruption and other expenses. |di ce ?” a reader writes. “In the Ingersoll-Rand filed for the | ad seV eral weeks my skin has  Jaundice Is Not a Disease,  But Symptom of a Disorder  DES MOINES (AP) - General sidering plans to revive the Telephone Co. of Grinnell was magazine as a monthly.  ordered by the Iowa commerce! At a special staff reception I transfer, on the grounds more I Jaken'on a yellow tinge and my commission Friday to refund to Thursday night honoring the up-| tban  $10,000 is sought and the  doctor it is  j aund j ce . What its customers nearly $3 million    coming publication ’’Life    Spe-    controversy is between    citizens „ an  ,  it ha? collected under a    rate    cial Report. The Year in    Pie-     0 f differentStates.  increase since 1972.    tores”, Hedley Donovan, editor- ________  The commission in a 2-1 deci- ( in-chief, indicated there was a A nrp  T n  RpsumC sion disallowed the entire    rate    lively interest in bringing    back    ^9'O  held his hand in his pocket as if  incrca se which it said    was    the magazine, whose last    week- Vipf PO^V    SwciD  he had a gun and robbed a clerk “unreasonable and unjust." ly issue appeared on the stands    '  can I do?  Actually jaundice is not a disease but a symptom of other disorders. Most often it is associated with disorders of the liver or gallbladder. Chances  Dr.  S. L Andelman  Lawyer Battery se  of $220 Thursday at the Dons The company had posted a Dec. 29. 1972    SAIGON    (AP) — The South  ar ® hip' fnr'Jhe ^rause of f  her  Dairy store, 1055 Third avenue     assure     { be    re fund of any However, Donald Wilson, Vietnamese government and the j  as a result of eating too many foods containing carotenes, or yellow pigments.  Such foods include carrot?, squash, pumpkins, oranges, egg yolks and sweet potatoes as well as green leafy vegetables. You can easily distinguish caro-tcnemia from jaundice because the eyes don’t turn yellow and there is no itching.  SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. (AP)  year 0 ] d vvbo uas  surrendered A Boston lawyer, James St. [ 0  authorities by his parents at  However, Donald Wilson, portion of the increase which vice-president for public affairs, Police are questioning a it the commission did not allow.    cautioned Friday that a report  The commission said the com- that Time had already commit-total  of ted itself to reissuing Life was ers before the Tet celebration of  Clair, has joined President Nix-j    ‘’rpni'.r^t~ affpr a witness  pany c0,lc cted  on’s growing legal staff and is identified him    $2,737,192 in excess revenues be- exaggerated.  slated to become "a senior  1   Thp monpv has no , ^  rpco .|»een Aug. 9. 1972 and Dec. 31 "We just haven’t made up our  ,    .■    1973. It ordered refund of that  cause. If jaundice occurs, a doc-    *    *    *  tor should always be consulted l^ r * Andelman welcomes let-   ......“''"    'Tlj.M.jif.    without    telline    her    promptly for diagnosis and ters outlining problems he may  Viet Cong agreed in principle J    .    treatment.    discuss    in future columns. He  Friday to resume the exchange    a n#rson is said to have iaun- Don’t confuse jaundice with regret*, however, he cannot per-  of civilian and military prison-     P  wh thp '; kin and wh j te of  carotenemia. a condition in anally answer mail. Write to  partner” handling key phases of  vprpd po|icp said  the Watergate defense, White T be ' derk Delores J.  Patter-  amount - together with 6 percent Donovan had told the staff that  mind yet,” Wilson said. He said meeting of the joint military  House sources say.     son<     told    police    the    robber    never    I    Merest.    there    was    a    possibility    of    a    Life  There were reports St. Clair displayed' a gun when he held!  The decision he * d  General revival, “perhaps in 1975,” but! tin ue to work out details of the would replace J Fred Buzhardt un    the    store at 8 25 pm    Telephone affiliates have rea-    that    no definite plans    had yet    exchange including the number  as Nixon’s top Watergate legal  P     ______    Hzed $782,544 in excess profits    been    made.     tobe t  t  raded : J   adviser. But the sources said     r .     on sale s of equipment and sup-     At     the reception.    Donovan     ,he ,uo  ? ,des apreod earl,er   late Thursday that they could Oil Firm Dumps mi« in-       this    year    to  the lunar new year on Jan. 23.1 th '    ^he    color    which    the    akin    appear*    yellow    him    in    care    of    The    Gazette.  The decision was reached al a  ran *«  tr0 " 1 br,Rhl le ,'"°"  yellow to dark olive green. Itch-;  ing may also occur, especially,  in cases of long duration. This is  due to retention of bile salts.  commission in Saigon. Spokesmen said meetings would con-  Bile  Bile. which is greenish-yellow in color, is produced chiefly by  r I *  a  11 .ar °*uerea mar amount segre-  rev j V ed. would probably appear rue! in V^eiia. gated into an “adjustment ac-  as a  monthly with a bigger page  SOUTH PORTLAND. Maine . .    .     tc   ,    it r\ t r'r,    Period    of    15    years as a  AP) — Union Oil Co. dumped..    ,    -  ■ operating charge.  not confirm this and that they had no indication Buzhardt was leaving the staff One aide said that because of  t  the growing complexity and     ||ons    pf hpat    fup| on   scope of the Watergate inves- * „     (| of a vatan ,  t,gation.s - including the house     an(J    b|ampd j(  ,    r -    ,  judiciary committee impeach-     f    and     ^  thp(( 0(     Atkins Cervices Set  ment probe - the White House >    For    Elmer Keiper, 67  legal staff was being bolstered  u  . ,    , *L,t a ,, oc Qr .  with such additions as St. Clair. Officials said thieves ap- ATKINS — Elmer H. Keiper.  This official said he expected P aren,| y  made off .  with thr f;1  67. a lifelong resident of Atkins the^hbe HoiLe counseLs office tank, furnace, heatmg ducts an  and vicinity .  dlcd in a (>dar   reception.    ...    .    .     —    r---------.  plies to the company.     said fbe  magazine, if it were  ] ‘ s  . y ^ ar    an  ™ c f anp( : ,‘ n  the liver, spleen and the bone  It ordered that amount segre- revived, would probably appear! ..V.  hais °n \ vas la . free 4 > 331  marrow It is removed from the  BRIDGE  blood bv the liver and dis-  By Oswald & James Jacoby  Another modern play develop-  civilians and 33 military men  count" to be amortized over a  and a high „  prlce  in'o^ Lf^"M^bTthT^.' !     ^    ' be     ™™t is the lead through declar-  non- ease somewhat the need for ad-  c Th h     '    “ e     much    of    it    is    temporarily    stored     #f    a    pard    |us ,     h ,     hp ,.    , han    nnp   jver. sing revenue The new I ,fe |  ^  jn  ’  s   R  " jU* and concentrated rn the gall-  ]n       named  would concentrate more on edu- f_..    -    ,    .    .    bladder  cational and cultural material than on hard news, be said.  few hundred were released bv both sides in July.  in dummy. No one has named ■ his play as yet so we are going  Services Set for    jSfiSolin©    Truck  Edward Kent of Ely Hijacked in NYC  Excess production of bile. or,, 0 ca| ,  j( the  "Braeket” play as any damage to the liver or bile - y 0U  place the dummv’s card in duct? which affects the normal jackets excretion of bile pigments, may  East wins thc first trick witb  result in a jaundiced appear-j b j s k j ng 0 f hearts. He looks ance. Jaundice may be the mostj over  dummy and sees that his noticeable symptom in hepatize will need two club tricks to tis. a virus infection of the liver, beat four spades. A club lead is a truck carrying 3.000 Mononucleosis, another virus in- clearly indicated. Twenty-five ine was kid- fection. may also affect the I years ago East would lead the  NORTH (D)  ♦ KQ64  ♦ A Q J 8 2 *973  WEST A 8  V J 9 7 4 2  ♦ 9 7 fi 5  * K54  SOUTH A A J 10 9 ¥ y5  ♦ 10 3 + A J 6  EAST  A 5 3  V A K IO 8 6  ♦ K 4  * Q IO 8 2  Bolh vulnerable  The  would operate much like a large I “ m . e  °{  the house ' s plumbing  Rapids hospital Friday, follow! ELY -Edward J. Kent. 65, of NEW YORK (AP)  law firm, with several senior  W l n6sda L,„ 11( . r  „ iUI nnlp   ln «  a lon f!  illn ' ss     |Sij  waa ,oubd dcad  «    j    driver of  Dartners assigned lo major "Our computer failed In noie He was born Aug 25. 1996 in Wednesday. He was born in No-  asDects of Ihe defense    that delivery was lo be     coun (y     and    waa     married    'ember of 1907 There are no    ,    ,    a    a  sT Clair 53 is a member  0 f    stopped.’    .said a company  FrancPS  schueler on Nov is, immediate survivors.    naped and his truck hijacked.     llVfT and causf a  ) a " n dieed ap  the Boston law firm of Hale and    sp° kesman of    ,he  "Ti 3 ”!  d<  1926 al Atkins. She died in 1968 Services will be in    Turner    police reported.     pe ' ranc '    . _  Dorr He has taught trial prac-  vcrv on Thu r sda y-.  We 1 havc  Mr. Keiper was an employe of chapel east at 9 a rn Saturday; a c c o r d i n g to police the ,    *    ' I ",    ,     lh   to fo the iLt 15 years at Har- to absorb the loss. obvoueJy  the Quaker 0ats  Co for many by the Rev. Howard Mace of the  drivpr W||||am  R   Wp  P  bp  ^ “• , tn ' ctlons of  ' h *  f0r     •““* — * , -' d  ears and rn later years was an Federated church in Lisbon.  makn de ,^    duct* or galhladder may ob-  pesterer a, Atkins    Burial will be the M. Vernon  niRht to  /JtTalioL" iMh^ ^    "  Surviving are two daughters, cemetery. The casket will not R ronx wbpn a  iumnpd in Mrs. Arthur Rmdcrknecht of be opened at any lime    front of the truS foid^f him    /ar.ous disorders or diseases  Private Golf Course Atkins; Mr. Joe Sucliffe of .    —    -    to ,he side of Inroad  8 ,ha '  dcs,roy rcd blood may   \w  2f  Pass  Nor lh  ie  24  Pass  East I A  Pas*  Pass  South  14  44  Opening lead-2*  gallstones.  V+CHRDJ3?/**?44  yard law school, where he re ceived his. degree in 1947  for <  davs.  Second Success  By     The bidding has been.    4      West    North  I*    East  Pas*    South 2 ♦      Pass    2*    Pass    24      Pass    4*    Pass    n     Mountaineers cleared by Army: GAO SIS' .     Law    and     Order    Tilt     Thp    assa|lant    pu||pd   also cause the skin to turn yel-...    . a gun, low. as in different forms of  For Spanish Cabinet police said, then ordered Weber anemia Malaria, pneumonia'  out of the truck and blindfolded and chemical poisoning may  also cause jaundice.  I Keiper of Atkins; four grand-On    Teton    WASHINGTON 'AP)    Sena    children    and one    great-grand-  tor William Proxmire    (D-Wis.)    child; a    brother,    Henry; four    MADRID (AP) A new team  GRAND TETON PARK, Wyo.  sa j d  Thursday the Genera! Ac-^isters, Mrs. Alma Koehn, Mrs.ltook over the Spanish govern-(UPI) — Mountaineers from the  courd j n g Office has confirmed    Hulda Koehn. Mrs. Hattie Dye    ment    Friday with most signs in-    . * lrp said wa * ^en forced  Paul Petzoldt Grand Teton ex- t ba j u s. army troops and    and Mr? P. J. McGivern all of    dicating the swing back to the     m, °  a ( ar and  driven around the  pedition    trekked    down    the 13,-    equipment  WC re used    to clear    Atkins.    right was being accelerated and  arca fnr hours  hefore being  760 foot    mountai    n    Friday,    j an( j for a private golf course Services Monday    at 1:30 at St    law and order would be empha-  buoyed by    two    successful as-    near Bar    Muenster West    Ger-    Stephen’s Lutheran church at    sized    harmed.  saults this    year    on the frigid,    many    Atkins.    Burial: St. Stephen * \ai More    than half of the 19-    Police    said    initial efforts    to  wind-swept summit.    Proxmire    said    he    had    infor-    theran cemetery. Friends may member cabinet named Thurs- locate the truck were fruitless.  Climbers    from    the 65-year-old, mation from other    sources    that    call at    Iurner west until 9 p m    day by    Premier Carlos Ar’as---  Pctzoldt’s    expedition reached    an army    captain    received    the    Sunday    and at thc church from    Navarro    are closely allied with    SO YEARS    AGO    Czech  the summit for the second time equivalent of $7,234 in German     10 a m  to  1:25  p oi Monday,    the    Movement, Spain’s only    Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk  in as many days Thursday, and currency from the German land     f he casket will not be opened    j e g y |    political party and the sue-    predicted Hitler would not live  with them was probably the I owner for designing the course  aPer  *he service    cessor to the blue-shirted Fa- long enough to be tried as a war  Symptom  Since jaundice is a symptom  un  of other disorders, treatment is directed toward the underlying  You, South, hold 4 K J 6 5 ?2 ♦ A Q IO 6 5 4K 4 3 What do von do'*  A — I'abs. You should he delighted with thin contract.  TODAY’S QUESTION Instead of bidding four hearts your partner has jumped lo four spades over your two spades. What do you do now?  Answer Sunday  deuce. South would play his six spot. West would win with the king but that would be the only club trick the defense could take.  Most players would make that same deuce lead today, but the good players would lead the IO spot and bracket dummy’s  nine.  After this play there is no way for declarer to avoid the loss of two club tricks. His best play is t > cover with the jack but West wins with the king and leads the suit back.  Now. East’s queen-eight surround dummy ’s nine and since the diamond finesse is going to lose South’s contract is doomed.  first woman to make a success- and obtaining thc services of ful winter climb of the Grand the 12th engineering battalion Teton. Four made it Wednes- of the 8th infantry division day, and seven more made it Proxmire said 50(1 to 600 ,sol-Thursday.    diers spent five days in Janu-  “As we know, Helen Higby is «* r y 1972. clearing the forest the first woman ever to climb I ar) d and that the operation in the Grand Teton in the winter,” . volved 137 army vehicles, m-  lange that supported Generalise criminal; he’d either be taken simo Francisco F ranco after the care of by the military or com-C'ivil war.    mil suicide.  said Haven Hoisapple in a crackling radio message received at Grand Teton national park headquarters in Moose, Wyo. 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