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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - October 25, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I'rl Ifv Oswald Si James .laniliy I! you uanl In tiMTliid us dii imi'-l il In luivc a with yum- (iVH'liHliliiin. Siiulli's HiriT niilniinp v.as really niitmiislir. There jnsl WiiMi'l any suit avallahli' 1" IIMIW .....me tricks. In any event lie hid H and WKST IsAST .1 fill t> (I 1'I7'> KID II i; in !iir.! 3 l4> "fi KHI :i I SIH.'Tll Is ii r, -i I It A K !l 2 NVillii'r vulncnihli. jWi-sl North Kasl South I'ilss I'HSS H N.T. I'liss I'u.ss If'j'.il A .iic three ill spades. Kast ruse with the ace and led the suit back West won with the jack and led a third spade which South took. II was nbvious to Siiiilh Ilia! Kasl held the kiiic of hearls and that an attack in that suit would leave Smith down one before he ever got around lo liikinj; tricks. Sn he decided to play his ace uf clubs to see what would happen. The inicen dropped and Smith's overbid was ready In pay off. lie led a club tn dummy's jack and cashed the ace and kiiin nf diamonds. Then he ran the rest of the clubs, stopping in his own hand. Finally he threw Kasl in with a spade. Kasl cashed two spade I ricks and then had to lead away from his king of hearts up In dummy's The biddiiiK has teen: West Pass Pass Pass North IV 2V ;1V Kasl Pass Pass Pass Pass South 5V You. South, hold: K 8-1 VK 2 Q 5 4 (J n -1 do you do nou'? A Hid six hearts. Vour partner is showing (he net1 of (lianumds ami willingness Tor you to hid seven. 11' your is very cousi'rvjitivc you might try (he slam bill we would lie salisl'icd'wilh the sure six. TODAY'S OUlsSTION Instead of bidding Ihree liearls your partner has jumped lo lour hearls over your two spades. What dn you do now'.' Answer Tomorrow Smiling Bandits Get Lost Lough In Bank Job MILAN'. Italy Two men smiled their way into a closely guarded bank vault and made off wilh 8455.1100. "II was like using a fork lo break inln Fort Knox." an em- barrassed Banco Kiiina of- ficial lold newsmen. "I'nfor- lunalely it worked." Police said Ihe Iwo men. ap- parently experienced gang- sters with excellcnl inside in- formation, walked casually in- to Ihe bank, mingled briefly tt'itli Ihe other cuslomers anil slrolled down the stairs leading lo the vault. Faced with an armored door operated by remote conlrol, Ihe duo flashed smiles al a lolevision screen The clerk monitoring Ihe screen, con- fused by their assurance, opened the dour. Next was another armored door opened direclb from in- side The two smiled again The clerk in charge, only half convinced that Ihcy we're nkav came mil to see w ha I they wanted. A gun .jabbed inln his ribs provided Ihe answer. The Iwo men walked mio Ihe held up Iwu oilier clerk-., hound and gagged them Thn filled .1 large leather hag uilh all the large lulls i-nuld, discanling smaller deniuimialion-., and pushed a supposedly secret billion to open Ihe vault's doors Then Ihev walked calmh mil ihe bank and vanished into MM eiowil in the '.Irei'l The Best Carpet Are At Garpefiand tf.S Men's Long Sleeved Ribbed Turtleneck Boy's Sleeveless Sweaters, of 100% Acs-yiit; REGULARLY 13.00 Fully cut turtle neck sweater is machin washable. Orion sweater comes in navy maize, cjreon, bone, white or bur gundy colors. Sizes small to extra large. jddiiion al smart savings. 3-20 nr Rapids: OownVrjwn Streul Ftoo onii Lindalcj Plntn City: Mail Shopping Center an Six cit Sycamore tji Rapids: Downtown SlrcfM Floor and Lindal? Plcua lown City: Mall Shopping Center on Six af Sycamore Boy's Wearm Winter shirts of 100% Cotton Flannel Men's Van Worth Two-Tone Oxfords 00% cotton flannel shirts come in popular plaids. Choose from a variety of colors. Vv'mhable shirh are available in sixes 8 lo 13. Save 1.61 now! Stylo Ihal's wbat this oxford has. Lcjalher uppor and a dres5-up hod. Long soles and heels. Black with tnn vamp or brown with tan. 7'6 thru 1 1-12. Cedar Rapids: Downtown Street Flo and Lindale Iowa City: Mali Shopping Cenlo on Six at Sycamore Downtown Third Floo and Lindale Plain Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore Boy's Famous Our Friendship Sale of Men's Toe Socks REGULARLV 8.00 The famous name sack that's known (o romfort, fif and long wcarinri Now, available to you al a savings Ihal's too to pass up. Take advantage of it! have curved front pockots ciiid back styling. Famous maker in regular or si.'os 8 lo 16. Coloi choic Cudnr Rupiils: Downtown StriM.'! Flo nnd lindnln Plma lown Cily: Cnntor on Six nt Sytcimorc I'nwmown urenn icor ,-rfa. nnd 4 lown City: Mnll Shoppinn Ccn- r f.arge Selection of Men's Lined and Unlined Gloves RCGULARLY 8.00 ciiil lilu.-l 01 unlini-'l '.ly1'- men's glnvi's. Vinyl gloves mi? nvnilnhlr. in block or brown. Glovns on: in ii'os s liougl) to UIKJIV
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