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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: brl., Nov. 29, 1971 5 WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald Ii James Jaraby We aren’t going to try to settle the argument about whether North or South bid too much on the way to six hearts. Suffice to say that with West sticking in a club overcall, the bid figured to be a loser. West opened the jack of spades and East made the mistake of rising with the king. There was little purpose in that NORTH ♦ 7632 ¥ Q7 ♦ A KQ72 ♦ 52 WEST ♦ J 1085 ¥ 52 ♦ IO ♦ Ag J 107 4 SOUTH (D) ♦ A Q9 ¥ A K J 1096 ♦ 93 ♦ kb North-South vulnerable West North East 29 24 Pass Pass 24 5? Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 4.1 play. His partner had not underled the ace. If East had hung on to the king. South would have wound up one trick short of his slam. South grabbed that king with his ace and noted that his queen-nine were now established as the top tenace in that suit. He proceeded to run off ail six trumps while discarding two spades, a club and a diamond from dummy. Then he cashed dummy’s three top diamonds to discard his own eight of clubs. South was now left with the queen-nine of spades and king of clubs. West in back of him decided to hang on to two spades and a club. Now South led dummy’s club. West won the trick and had to lead a spade right into South’s tenace. Tile bidding has been West North Pass East South 14 Dble. I N T. Pass ? Y’ou. South, hold: 443 TAQ IO 86 ♦ K J 4 ♦ A Q 3 What do you do now? A—Bid three notrump. Your partner is show ing cards that in* elude at least one spade stopper. Bid the game w here the lead w ill come up to him. TODAY’S QUESTION Instead of bidding one notrump your partner has jumped to two notrump after your double What n do you do now'* Indiana Sighting Of Kangaroo RENSSELAER, Ind. (UPI) — Alfred Hentschel, a teetotaler, swears he saw a kangaroo hopping along a Rensselaer street. Apparently he’s the only one. "I hope someone else sees it or everybody will think I’m a nut,” said Hentschel, head carpenter at St. Joseph’s college, ‘it was a kangaroo. I know it was.” Hentschel said he spotted the animal on a street near his home not far from the college campus. When last seen, the kangaroo was hopping across a cornfield Christmas in Sierra Leone NEW YORK (UPI) - In Freetown, Sierra Leone, Africa, a city just eight degrees north of the equator, the Christmas season begins in early December with a community parade. A local department store Santa is led through the winding streets by a high school marching band and cheered by hundreds of children who race alongside. LAFF - A - DAY J* Killian’s Downtown and Lindale Plaza, Cedar Rapids and Mall Shopping Center, Iowa City OPEN SUNDAY 12:00 TO 5:00 PM Brushed with softness and boasting lots of warmth Women s Cozy Brushed Gowns REGULARLY 7.99 Long and lovely looks for cozy nights. Acetate and nylon gowns in an assortment of pastels such as pink, blue, peach, maize or white. Soft fabric gowns are trimmed in the most feminine manner with lace, embroidery or braid. Generously cut for comfort in sizes small through large. Cedar Rapids: Abie Bar, Downtown Stroef Floor Downstairs Budget Store and Lindale Budget Shop Iowa City: Mall Shopping Cantor on Six at Sycamore SATURDAY HOURS. CEDAR RAPIDS: KILLIAN S DOWNTOWN 9 30 AM TO 5:00 °M . LINDALE 10 OO AM TO S;30 PM MALL SHOPPING CENTER, IOWA CITT: 9:30 AM TO 5:30 PM Killian's presents: WAREHOUSE CARPET SALE! 6 HOURS ONLY! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM All Stock Reduced 20% Repeat of a success story! Doctor, lawyer, merchant, chief . . Good Grief! They were all there! Just like Killian's last Warehouse Sale, Saturday will be Everybody's day to save! Carpet lovers . . leave the office. Lock up the house and let someone else mind the store! ALL SALES FINAL! ii it "Do you always have to make such a big deal out of putting the CBI OUt?" LEE'S 100% Nylon Cut and Loop Shag LEE’S 100% Nylon Civilized Shag LEE’S 100% Nylon Super Shag 9.88 * 8.50s 7.49 Regularly I 2.98 Sq. Yd Regularly 10.50 Sq. Yd. Regularly 10.00 Sq. Yd. BIGELOW 100% Nylon Hi-Lo Loop texture JORGES Foam Back Nylon Multi-color ‘PHILADELPHIA” Embossed Nylon 4.99s 6.99s 2.99 Regularly 9.98 Sq. Yd. Regularly 10.98 Sq. Yd. Regularly 7.98 Sq. Yd. CABIN CRAFT 100% Nylon Luxury Plush 7.88 s Regularly 9 50 Sq. Yd. “ROYAL WEAVE” Heavy Shag Nylon LAURELCREST 100% Nylon Shag 5.49 s 5.99 Regularly 10.98 Sq. Yd. Regularly 10.98 Sq. Yd.
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