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Henderson daily dispatch. (Henderson, N.C.) 1914-1995, January 31, 1935, Image 7

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[SUY i S SCRAPBOOK -_ - By R. J. Scoff ]
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The worlds largest pipe- j
PAJL. SHIPWRECKED a section of the 30-foot pipe used 5
t. T r •■■■■>■ \> Inc 1-31 lM THE BOIiLPF! D* S* PROJECT (
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THIMBLE THEATRE Starring POPEYE A Hos pitable Soul By E. C. Segar
BIG SISTER For Lack ot Testimony By LBS FORGRAYE
Great Ciuns' ns/matts wrom6 1 that's all ~ wwa:rl! he's meams — N jtvi vislw of- the. e.vide.nice
s ~ ro L-ET WOMOR! we REST J / \ PRACTICALLY JUST OME THIMG, j OFFERED X HAVE NIO AL.TEP.MATIVF
GET AW AY ~ ; r C3LJFR CASE • . l TWROWM UP HE KNOWS HE BUT TO AWARD THE TREASURE
JW'THTMEVB. STORVj WWyJ.ISNT V
j THAT TREY FOUND [ HE COINS TO // jJ&I pK] V. 7/ STORY! ry* MR. STOKES. CALL f* £=;
THE r P.EA&URE \ CALL Otvl US TO " f (~) // V ' 7j ■■ ' .THE NEYT CA.Se! ) I =1 '
11 I \ Ki l l' Miss Independence By PAUL ROBINSO -^
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- "'1 LUO our sj VJONT ret AnSGOCN go HUMGG2N (✓■l TORRES DATES A VIEEIC —iHAfIL ! I ONDfc UNION 00M w m
I The gumps-mother —we will miss you ~~~
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HoS| HOT-MOUSE FLOWER HAS NNmSF A MARVELOUS 3 r
7' OUT A6AIN—FOR A CREATION.' THE MOST PERFECT)
is MAS HAD HER HEART SET fcrr~ I'VE EVER MAO- 7 . INC , D
I u T«SAWrMIF|CENIT DIPLOMATS BEAUTIFUL OH, OEAR- 1
'WE Mo!>| WP(> I>RESS OOWN l e V^vY^2? E ~ r ' ITS GETTINGr WORSE - (
EVE WOULD BE HERE I C q l BLACKER J
HENDERSON (N. C.)' DAILY DTSPATCIL THURSDAY. JANUARY 31, 1935
THE OLD HOME TO WN -* - ,u Bv STANLEY !
I~EE!EEE=EEr WMOA 1 ~JENK>Y»* ~~~ -P~P 1 L.S y L£ i
HPiS* STOP THAT sale! J^ E TAL - K ~ V P E ' L " L ‘ ;
~rEs= : ''!W rMY SUIT SACK YOLi 0! “ D ~ r L <5;H I "'WAD, ) - j
- -««N
/CULD SELL THE: tf==A *< „ ° r Yll§ I
' f !'■ N i CLOTHES !SIC=HT OFF/i^fgpl^™
|| HE«?B FUNTLock DISCOVERED THIS- j-
H MORNJNCt THAT HIS WIFE HAP sent j
% His (=jOoo Sunday suit to the
?4 RUMMAGE sale last week. N -> _ sr*nasp~
pg J / 'Vx ,
— lg;s?3- LEB CCSTCAt. HSSSS l-31-^g
! CROSS WORD PUZZLE I
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9 to pp “ "
ii ’ 14- "
IT is ~ “"
555? 21 22 “
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ZB Z 4
:Ss?ss ~~ 27 " ~~ z&
Up ~3Z ”
3B“ ““ ~ 34 35 “
- jFp? 37 3,3 39
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ACROSS
I—Unit of weight (abbr.)
3—A wind instrument
7—Tone of the diatonic scale
9—To anoint
11 — Fish eggs
12— Able
13 — A nut 01 the oak
15—Combustion remains
17— An alley way
19— A story
20— A huge ice body
23—Deceived
2-t—A fruit of tbe palm
20—An immature frog
29 To be added
31—A city in New York state
(IT. S.)
33 -Assistant officers to a superior
35- -Molts
30- -Wrath
37—A kind of vegetable
39 A small speck
40— A continent (abbr.)
41— A woodland fairy
12—Right side (abbr.)
DOWN
i i Finishing bounds
j 2—lsinglass
-I -A vase
.5- —Depart
j 6- A meadow
; . 7-—Chinese money .... account
I
| CONTRACT BRIDGE "'
| WRITTEN FOR CENTRAL PRESS «*
By L V/SHEPARD
j£ FAMOUS BRIDGE TEACHER |
DETERMINING DISTRIBUTION
PARTNER’S confidence in one’s
ability to make slams with two
finesses to consider may be flatter-'
ing. but often it ends unpleasantly
for iyoth. Just why my partner ven -
tured a grand slrm on the following
seal is hard to understand.
♦ Q 10 S
VA 8 2
♦ 10
4* K J 10 9 7 4
*9732 ♦ J 6 4
fQ6 4 3 N. . V 7 5
♦K 8 3f 41 tQ 97 6
A 6 3 2 S. 4 :i
*Q 8
♦A K 5
V K J 10 9
♦AJ 5 2
A A 5
Bidding went: South. 1-Heart;
North, 2-Clubs; South, 2-Diamonds;
North, 2-Hearts; South. 2-No
Trumps; North, 3-Glubs; South. 3-
Diamonds; North. 3-Hearts: South.
’T-Clubs. out of a clear sky. West
doubled, probably on ge-nerai prin
ciples.
'.The opening lead was the f. of dia
monds. showing 2 higher cards ol
that suit in .West’s hand. Os course
replayed the AO®, then 1 looked-over
holdings, wondering which op
pdheni .held the missing Queens of
yhesiits: mid trumps.
..•Dummy’s Ace of clubs dropped the
t at my right and the 8 at mv left.
EaSt had no reason to false-eard
Probing Death of 28 Long Foe in Toils
rW - <♦ '
= J 7 lh&
? / ; SK|i
William S. Murray, director of Col
gate University laboratories, exam
ining contents of the stomachs <,
some of the 28 victims of poisonct
liquor in Utica, N. Y.. in effort *
identify the poison and its soittk
Widely distributed bootleg hooc <
continuing to claim victims.
(Central Frees^
PAGE SEVEN
B—To insert
tO—Distance east and west
12—Hired for exclusive use
14 —To set free
10—Secret procedure
18 —Location capital of U fib
(abbr.)
21— To sum up
22 — Artificial international lar»*
guage (1907)
25—A European country
27 An Italian river
28— M e mbra nebu s sacs
30 —Italian monetary uniJ
32—A scent
34 To watch secretly
35 — Plant fluid
38—l’rinter measure
Answer to previous puzzle •
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OB l E l O N
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S U P E L fxNS'
l jsfF Ije Se. d ||p
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o~jllo]p e"TIE N
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Either ne ueid the tone Q or m
i more trumps If (he latter; were
true. I musi lose a trump trick or’
' work j grand coup The odds were
; (IS to 32 that East held the lone Q.
, mid l led dummy’s last trump, pm
up my K and picked up the Q at
l hoped The J picked up the lasi
; missing club. East discarded & dia
j mond. Dummy let go the 9of hearts
' The s of spades was overtaken
.with dummy’s K. I Ed a low dta
: mond. West's bare K fell and J 1
ruffed. Well. 1 knew a little mor*
I about the adverse holdings thAtt 1
had at fir-t East originally held 4
'diamonds and 2 clubs, giving him &
major suit cards. Probabilities s**
| only straws to show which way m
wind blows but the most normal ($-
visions of ti missing hearts and ; 7
missing spades were, the former suit
a 1-2 division and the latter suit a
1-3 division. All J was interested it
was the way hearts were divided. To
determine this I led tho Q of spa<J6k.
I East played tho fi and West the l.
■ My last spade brought out East'* .Y,
showing that he held 2 hearts only,
as I had surmised might be the
That meant that the odds were 2 to 2
in favor of the Q lying in West>
hand. I led the 2 .of hearts, i East
played the 5. 'Dummy's I? Th*
.) was led back. West playe a. the 4.
but 1 stuck to my guns gntj.-leL* the
.1 ride. East's 5 fell. I mad*
ray grand slam, as the tafijs. fcfeaif
trick musl go to my Ace, wtthjthe
rest of rm hand a spread. 431 the
faint dues followed had .been jtead
j correct 1\ 1 may add that the chance*
; for the. 3 dues to all be read atwht
t were less than 31 in 300. >.
James E. Mehaffey
FTe is one of the officers of th*
Square Deal Association arrested ij*
the demon s’, ration in Baton Fotlge
against Huey Long, vrho was ar
rested and charged by Long cohorfe
with plotting ’"he life of Louisiana's
red-haired “Kingfish.’’ ,
(Central Prem}

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