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IF ONLY l \ |FROM THE WOMAN WHO SET OUT TO 5Ta > rM?X TO PA T BEFORE THEY U- WHENEVER A MAN \ W AS THAT.' 1 P MBH * M SLfLIFSB** HER FIANCE- FIRST SHE olr-t 0 ? lM<y OUR ACCOUNTS- //m. =or \ KNOWS HE'S WRON6- / DON'T YOU l 1 TO UP SMOKINCr-THEN^ 6& ’ A £ONDER YOO CAN'T TgOODNESM HE STARTS TO SHOUT- / EVER <xET TIRED \J. \ RIK|KIM6 '~ CHEWINCr § ; PThER caivc _ \ ip ONIY YOU WERE ((OF L.ECTURIN6r AAP? \l~j f—) Si \ TOBACCO AND CrAMBLINCx—AND 0k / moRE UKE UMCLE- A /H / / SHE COT RNISHED HENDERSON, (N. C.) DAILY DISPATCH, WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 27, 1935, THE OLD HOME TOWN KPpmtrpa v. 5. Patent Office By STANLEY - i _ * tev the . •• ' 1 T] 7^?/■ „ IN @1 - N *y*nc*r I /«?# i r tom wattles was a few minutes tt" f f x LATE OUT HIS SNOW ''*S '/ -</ / SHOVEL, BUT PLENTY EARLY T Tv^V ENOUGH "TO (SET A BAWL OUT. „AL< / FIS.QIM THIS MAYOR ,-. CROSS WORD PUZZLE 11 34 5 |pp "■? 1 i” TT** TT |pj is ~ |pj lS , 7 “" zip - “ SO~ 3I “ “ “ 32“ ““ ™~ _il_ _iL 37 3a - ““ , ACROSS I—Reject 6 —Artificial manners 10— Efrs shapes 11 — Assault 1- A South American country 13 East Indian money of' account It—A fruit lti— Split pulse (East India) 19 —A playing- card 20— Exude 21— A bird 23 Tapestry 24 A dwarf 25 Affirmative wide 26 Even (poetic) 27 Embers 30—Children’s nurse (East India) 32 —Drive out 34—Doorkeeper (Mason's) 36 Accede. 37 The Orient 38 Purchasing' agents DOWN 1 — Stout twisted cor: 2 Adam’s wife 3 A card game 4 Howling; 5 Steamship (ahhr.l 6 Pismire 7 Boy's name 8— Counter (prefix) CONTRACT BRIDGE f WWfTiN FOft CENTRAL PRESS ♦ I By t V/SHEPARD j y FAMOUS anting tFArnitO A »’> -N'T'.tRESTING HANDS ftt 13 RARE for 'die same player j nas t a top or. one iiand in a dn f i oTts same, and to split a top in t o ns*:i hand, as Mr. John B. Tomes A ih the two hands shown today. Onl' North and South were vulner i'. & cc. fi?e first hand. Both sides ivera vulnerable on the second hand ♦Q7 3 2 VJ 9 3 ♦K J 6 AA J 6 ♦ JHS 4 A K 10 4 A 8 4 2 iV. 84 ♦A 9 5 £ CtJ VKIO 7 A 10 2 £ 6 5 ♦ 7 A 9 8 4 None FQ ♦ Q 10 8 4 3 L 4KQ7 5 4 3 Bidding went: North, Pass; East, i-Spade' South, 2-Diamonds; West, 3-Spades; East, 4-Spades, which con tract was readily fulfilled,at another table, but Mr. Thornes refused to be shut out that way and bid 6-Clubs, North shifted to y-Diamonds. SVest” doubled on liis 2 Aces, with $n opejiing bid made by his partner, v South ruffed the opening lead of a jpade. West made good his Ace of trumps and a single heart, allowing the declarer to fuifill his contract, doubted and vulnerable. One other South player made a similar score. The x.iccesa r«.° t.ha conirae! em WILENTZ SEES FLORIDA NIGHT LIFE t H ’ 1 >. Mr. atid Mr*. David T. Wilcnt* J)avid Wilentz, New Jersey’s dap per attorney general who prose cuted Bruno Hauptmann, get* a lmU oi night life at Paint Beach, PAGE SEVEN 9 —Steps over a fence 11 —A number 13—Rosary bead 15—Frozen water 17— Mohammedan call to prayer 18— Real 20— Science of the mountain* - 21 — Produce 22 Historical records 23 A macaw 25 Exclamation of contempt 27 A vehicle 28— Certain 29 Western IT. S. Indian* 31 But 33-A weight of India 35 A state of the U. S. (abbr.)* 36—Aurum (symbol) Answer to previous putitlt cl lo Imlt|£TmlpllTlpJt]el " A.juJ “EH i*2. TI A _o T 1 iHa R.e s o t-4 |?§jz. §| t «, Ho * T (\ cjj -r gjrAQD e s_ H H F K R_]r_ e N S H C G? us 6 R-EKSTP i-AT£ | pha.sizcs an important fact. Tt IsJ ’dangerous io double a powerful two -1 suiter, unless the doubler counts in his own hand and in the two adversft ily hid niis?. within a single trick ot ! the number required to defeat tb* j contract It is particularly danger ous to double when holding 4 of th* i suit bid by partner, as West did. In ! stead of counting the opening bidder for 2 defensive tricks, as usually mAY be done against a single suiter, never count him for more than a slngla trick against an adverse 2-suiter. At one table East lost 100 point* playing a contract of 5-Hearts. The East and West hands are difficult t* play for 5 odd, either at hearts or spades. Look over the next hand. North made u quite proper opening bid of 1-Heart fat duplicate). Before to morrow think over what feat North and South could have performed to be the only pair to go game and w?p top score on their holdings, 4 J 10 9 S VJ 9 6 3 2 ♦A 8 } 4aj; \ 4aQBG 4 5 2. 4 77.1 FA 10; ¥Q 6 >• Uj FKJ M -4432 * - 6 * 4K984 10 ? M ♦ K 7 r - j c ¥ K 8 7 4 ' ‘ ♦ Q 10 5 : 406 4 2 : Fla., win i7' lie has been vacation ing with Mi VVih ntz. They ar« shown at the Colony elith durinfc- I a benefit ball.