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   Appleton Post-Crescent (Newspaper) - November 2, 1959, Appleton, Wisconsin                               Sheinwold on Bridge Monday, November 2, 1959 Appleton Port-Crescent XI3' In Cards, Says Expert _ BT ALFRED SHE1NWOLD V. Team Champion .If you're iuied .to the old copybook you'll, get a jolt' out of one of the say- ings in0 Poor Alfred's Alma- nac: "Three-quarters of a loaf is- better than half. It isn't greedy but -just sensible to see that you get what you're entitled to. ,s dealer. North-South vulnerable. "NORTH S-Q J 6 A Q 9 Dr-Q J 7 A 985 r WEST 3 10 752 A 862' C-K74 North INT 3NT EAST' 9 5 K J 8 4 3 K 9 5 C-Q62 '--SOUTH A K 9 8 4 2 6 10 43 s East South Pass Pass 3 S 4 S West Pass All pass Opening 2 When this hand was played, recently, South unwisely fi- nessed dummy's queen of hearts at the first trick. If the finesse won. South would have 10 sure tricks; if it lost, he planned to discard a club on dummy's ace of hearts. As it happened, the finesse lost. South managed to dis- card a club but still had to lose a club trick. He gave up a heart, a club, and two dia- MODREN BEAUTY SALON T18 E. College Ave. Dial 3-2223 If You Need a New Hair Style Permanent Come in and see us and we guarantee yon satisfaction when inorids one trick more than he could afford. "That was a poor the dummy remarked the. hand was finished., have to; be crazy, to finesse with a South' did make a crazy play, but his singleton heart had nothing to do with it. If South had three very small clubs, the heart finesse at the first trick would be the cor- rect play. A finesse succeeds about half of the time, and South has no other reason- able play for the contract if his v clubs are worthless. Half a loaf is better than none. Strong Clubs Declarer's strong clubs change the situation. He should take the ace of hearts, draw trumps, and lead the jack of clubs for a finesse. If the finesse loses to the queen of clubs, South can later lead the 10 of clubs for a second fi- nesse. South can keep the club loss down to one trick if West has the king of clubs, the queen of clubs, or both. He loses two club tricks only if East has both the king and queen. The odds arc 3 to 1 in declarer's favor. To put it another way, South will succeed three- quar'ers of the time if he tries two club finesses. Just stick to Poor Alfred to get rich: Three-quarters of a loaf is better than half. Daily Question Partner opens the bidding with one spade, and the next player passes. You hold: 10 5, J 8 4 3, 9 5, 6 2. What do you say? Answer: Bid one no trump. The hand isn't strong enough for a-response of two hearts, and the spades aren't good enough for a raise to two spades. The response of one no trurnp is the only remain- ing possibility. (Copyright 1959) Fire Burns Out Rural Residence CJintonville Fire of un- determined origin burned out the second floor of the Matt- hew Prince residence Sunday morning. The Clintonville Ru- ral Volunteer Fire depart- Golf Course Fence Turned Down Budget Committee Unanimous Against 'Doc' Wonser Plea The city council's 1960 bud- get committee unanimously has refused to recommend furnishing to erect a fence along the western boundary of Reid Municipal Golf course. Action came immediately after the committee listened to an impassioned plea in favor of the fence by Laymon Wonser. Why Not Parks? The Appleton Golf associa- tion leader said he could stand the damage to the course by vandals and the de- bris which school children and others scatter over it, but he couldn't stand by and let chil- dren be hurt by flying balls because they were permitted to wander into playing areas. Aid. Kenneth Priebe told the committee he checked all re- sidents of street abutting the west boundary and found only two who favored the fence. Principal objection, he said, is that it will lower property values. "If you put the fence up here, why not around all the city parks, he asked. Wants To See Pictures One committeeman said he has pictures showing the fence around the rest of tl course is not maintained 1 course-employes. It collects litter and weeds are permit- ted to grow tall, he said. Wonser said he plays near- ly every day and never saw the fence in-the condition de- scribed. ment answered the call a.m. The residence is at on County Trunk 0 about six miles southwest of here. Prince, a bachelor, was awakened by the barking of his dog "and discovered the fire. He went to' a neighbor's house to call firemen. Confidentially, iteosts very little... The word is getting around! More and more smart people ore finding out that our superior laundry services are surprisingly thrifty! Welcome news, too the way we give all your wash that greatly prized spic V span "like new" look! Park Budget Set Levy Is The city council's 1960 budget committee 'has ap- proved for spend- ing next year by the 'park board. The amount includes 546 in regular annual costs, for improvement of new parks and to in- augurate a tree control pro- gram. Park board revenues are expected to amount to putting the tax levy demand at an increase of over this year. The park board operated this year on a budg- et, and estimated costs through Dec. 31 as The bulk of costs is from employes' salaries, and other benefits, Express Agency Asks Hearing 6 Communities May Lose Service if PSC Approves Move Kaukauna Public hear- ings on application of Rail- way Express Agency. Inc., for authority to withdraw ser- vice and close its office six Fox Cities area communi- ties begin Dec. 3 at city hall here by the Public Service commission. Included the request are Reedsville and Whitelaw, Manitowoc county; Brillion. Calumet county; Hortonville, Kaukauna and Kimberly, Ou- tagamie county. Applications to the PSC for the bearings state that after Nov. .15 the Chicago and North Western Railway com- pany will not provide service for express shipments in these communities. Brillion, Hortonville, Kau- kauna and Kimberly truck X- Shirts, party dresses, sport and work togs, fine" linens our gentle yet thorough methods work wonders with them all. We chase every spot and stain, bring back sparkling freshness. And while we do the work, you haye more time for fun. Fluff-Dry Service Flat Work Service A Complete Wash and Dry Fold Bundle Sheets Pillow Slips. Etc. 8 Ibs. for 99c 8 Ibs. for Thirfty Service Bed linens, table linens, napkins, hand towels, kit- chen towels, completely ironed, all wearing ap- parel, tumble dried and folded. SHIRTS, Beautifully Finished With Above Family Laundry Each 20c Daily Pick-Up and Delivery For Appleton, Kimberly, Combined Locks, Little Chute and Kaukauna PHONE RE 3-4428 service out of Appleton will be considered by the PSC. Over Children at City Parties More than children at- tended the Appleton Recrea- tion department Halloween parties at six schools Friday night. Attendance at the schools was Foster, 650; Rich- mond, 500; Morgan, 501; Wil- son, 450; Roosevelt, 800, and Jefferson, 480. Costume contest winners at the schools were: Foster, boys, Tom Sweet- burg; girls, Christine Groves; tramp, Mark Smith; witch, Eileen Balke; weirdest, Steve Radomski. Richmond, boys, Steve Met- ko; girls, Sue Ulmen; tramp, Connie Stien; witch, Jeanie D e s e n s; weirdest, Terry Lynch. Morgan, boys, Timmy Rei- land; girls, Carlene Schmidt; tramp, Paula Staedt; witch, Lynn Frost; weirdest, Kathy Rigdon. Wilson Jr. high, boys, Ricky Bichel; girls, Patty Peotter; tramp, Tom Barry; witch, Kurby Buck; weirdest, Vicki Hofstad. Roosevelt Jr. high, boys, Jim .LaFeure; girls, Wendy Wilson; tramp, Richard Wal- ter; witch, Pamela Schultz; wierdest, Billy Rousseau. Jefferson, boys, Tim Han- na; girls, Barbara 'Wilms; 1 tramp, Mary Lou Fisher; witch, Jane Burch; weirdest, Lise Rau. Lutheran School Faculty to Attend Milwaukee Conference Kaukauna Five members of the faculty of Trinity Lu- theran school will attend the Wisconsin State Teachers con- ference of Lutheran Parochial j school instructors at Milwau- kee Thursday and Friday. There will be -no classes at the school on those sdays. Faculty members attending; will include Fredrick Muel-' "jf'jler, Wilbert Luehring. Arnold! S Breitung, Miss Elizabeth Buss! and Mrs. Calvin Spice. Arab Republic, Sudan Settle Nile Dispute Cairo, Unit-; ed Arab Republic and Sudan, have settled their long over sharing Nile waters, Cairo newspapers said today.' President Nasser took a per- sonal hand in the negotiations between U. A. R. and Sudan-j cse delegations Sunday and got them to agree on a com-i promise, the newspapers said. >Thc only issue remaining to be settled is the compensation Sudan will get when the pro- posed Aswan high dam on the! Nile floods Sudan's frontier] region of Haifa, said the news- paper Al Ahram. Peerless Laundry Dry Cleaners 307 E. College Ave. Appleton Send Your Dry Cleaning With Your Laundry PEOPLE OF THE FOX CITIES SAVE MORE WITH CASH VALUE tBMIUS EAGLE STAMPCO FRESH PICNIC LOW-LOW LB. PRICE APPLE BAY Wisconsin Home Style BEEF LIVE LOW, LOW PRICE HICKORY SMOKED 3 cl 90f v BnM Large Grade A" Fresh Doz. LOW, LOW PRICE Betty Natco See the Money Refunded Free Trial Offer 16 oz. on the Label.......Bottle LOW, LOW PRICE Holsum Tartar Sauce HALIBUT STEAK Finest Quality 8-oz. 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