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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 20, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Fri., Dec. 20, 1974 WIN AT BRIDGE By Oswald James Jacohy "I really have luut-h Kroaned Smith. "Not roared North. "Thai riutteriiiK sound at trick one was made by your con- tract as it flew out the win- dow." South had let the first dia- mond run In his hand. Then he had led the three of clubs to dummy's kitiK. East had taken his ace anil led the nine NOHTII 4 A K 8 8 2 V 542 K 5 -I WEST T K J 10 4J10973 52 EAST V 9 8 7 A Q 8 4 SOUTH AQ6 AQ6 4 J II) 763 North-South vulnerable West North East South Pass 11 Pass 3> Pass Opening Pass Pass INT. Pass of hearts. South's queen had lost to West's king and hearts were continued. South won the third lead and finally stopped to think. Then he led his jack of clubs. East won and led a spade to West's queen and dummy's king. The clubs [ailed to break. South wound up down two. South should have done his thinking before playing from dummy at trick one. Then he would have gone up with dum- my's king of diamonds and led the king of clubs. After that start there would be nn way for the defense to keep South from scoring three clubs, three diamonds, two spades and a heart. Actually South had been lucky. A spade opening would have beaten him irrespective of what he did. The bidding lias been: 20 Wes! Norih East South 1 l.N.T. Pass You. South, hold: What do you do now? lliree hearts. Your partner just might lie to raise you to gume. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid three hearts anil your partner bids four clubs. What dn you do now? Writer Bellow Says U.N. Should Move to Uganda JERUSALEM (AP) "The United Nations should move to Uganda. That way many of the so-called Third World del- egates would not have so far to travel and would he de- prived of the life in New York which they adore." The speaker was American novelist Saul Bellow, one of three internationally known authors in Jerusalem for a writers' congress who strongly criticized the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization for its recent sanctions against Is- rael. The African-Asian majority in the UNESCO assembly re- cently voted to suspend aid to Israel and denied it member- ship in UNESCO's European regional group on the grounds that Israeli construction work in Jerusalem was destroying archeological monuments. Bellow told a news confer- ence the action was "stupid, partisan, unworthy of a cultural organization." He said the U.S. should withhold financial support from the or- ganization. West German Novelist llein- rich Boll, winner of the 1972 Nobel prize for literature, said UNSESCO "had no business adopting this kind of action against a country that could teach it a lot more culture and learning than it appears to have." French playwright Kugene lonesco said the resolution was espe- cially against a country that has done so much for culture and knowledge and could do so much more for the benefit nf the enlire world." ON THIS DATK in 1973, Spain's President I-nis Carrero Blanco was killed when assas- sins bombed his car in Madrid. KILLIAN'S, LINDALE PLAZA OPEN 'TIL PM SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21 ALL THREE KILLIAN STORES OPEN SUNDAY Choose one of these novelty items for Christmas gifting Shelfmaker's Fantastic New and Versatile Planter Pole Now, you can put hanging plants just about any- where with the pole that fits up to 9'4" ceilings. Chrome or brass pole with 8" arms that swivel and con be positioned as you like. 9.98 12.98 Just what every man needs a versatile turtleneck at a 3.00 savings! Men's Acrylic Turtleneck Sweaters REGULARLY 7.99 It's the topper that does the most for any man's wardrobe! Long sleeved ribbed sweater is available in solid navy, red, green or gold. Basics to mix or match with what you have! And, this is a great way to give gifts at a savings! 100% acrylic sweaters are easy care washable. Sizes are small to extra large. Cedar Rapids: Aiilo Bar, Downtown Street Floor Downitalrs Budget Store Llndale Budget Shop Iowa Cltyt Mall Shopping Center on Six at Sycamore Chrome Brass Stationery Items on Sale! 2 for Regularly 3.00 and 4.00 Choose from photo cubes that are musical, metal flower stands with a clear plastic pot and a small sprayer for indoor plants. Downtown Street Floor Only HI Killian's Brings Back an Old Fashioned. We have a notion you'll pick up a bargain here to moke your Christmas merrier! SATURDAY HOURS, CEDAR RAPIDS: KILLIAN'S DOWNTOWN AM to PM., LfNDALE AM to PM MALL SHOPPING CENTER, IOWA CITY: AM TO PM Handy Closet Accessories Designed by Lee Rowan A. Mini Trouser Hangers of lacquered hardwood come in a set of 3. Hangers have spring open action. Saves closet space, too B. Gold Swirled Designed Guest Hangers in a set of 4. Form fitting neck and slender contour. Plastic tips prevent slipping....................... 9.00 C. French Collar Combination Hanger of lacquered hardwood with steel roller lock. Coat hanger with trouser Danger, each 4.25 D. Automatic Tie Rack is handsomely brass plated with a walnut finish. Holds up to 24 ties and keeps them wrinkle free, each ....................5.75 Comfortable Angel Treads the softest thing on two feet. E. Barry Polished Cotton Moccasin has an elastic instep and a soft sole. Blue, pink or yellow sizes small to extra large......................... 3.50 F. Pile Bootee with the bubble sole comes in cerise, emerald, gold, pink or white. Sizes are small through extra large....................4.00 G. Velour Ballerina styled tread with a bubble sole. Choice of cerise, gold, peacock or avocado. Sizes small to extra large...................4.00 H. Embroidered Velour Scuff has bubble sole. 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