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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, December 04, 1929, Image 12

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rWOM9*NSf P.5*f (. Io WOMAN ’ S NEWS DAILY + Sound 4 Auction Bridge FASHION A GOOD EXAMPLE OF DIRECT QUANTITATIVE BIDDING TO AMOVE AT A SMALL SLAM ThePUy n. the Queea ef Club*. Spidci. no Hurti, no it ona Diamond, with ■ ' losing no Diamonda. . altar winning with tha 1 at Rd. Pa «a 2 A Par* 4 A WITTYKITTY ping tha Quaan. or, at laaat, of obtaining aoraa indication aa to whether or not to take tha fineaaa on the aecond round. Failing any auch indication, ha enters tbs Dum- my with a Spade and flneeaea tha k which loaea to North's Quean, ia ia tha only ‘ rick Waat can lore aa ha hae atill another Spado'In Dum ­ my •> raft hie lasing Diamond if necessary. a ’ Aaeume partner to have opened the bidding with a pre-emptive bid of four Hearts. What would you do if holding the following: A A 6 4 V K 6 2 ♦ A K 9 6 2 A A Q PROBABLE TRICKS (two mor. than ahown by hi. original bid) still mtTa ’ ct ;. e r„ r TWEi^ GIRLIGAU^ ifactoflc In my present collection are many sports ensembles, bat none that I And more generally flattering and effective than this. The jumper Is of light blue kasha, with Incrusta ­ tions in two shades of blue and an embroidered motif In the same: the skirt Is of navy blue crepe de Chine with Incrustations. Blue Is neither more nor less popular than usual. No colour la out of style this season which meets with the Uklng of the have injurious effect on the occu ­ pants nf the dwelling and on the neighbors.'* Now something is bound to be done about noise when It cornea to a matter of money or damages, be ­ cause this will bring about a lessen ­ ing of the noise quicker than any ­ thing. else. Damage claims against factories, sgalnst street rallwsys or bus lines, or even dwelling houses, because of noises, are now an every-day occur ­ rence. not because they \annoy.\ but because they Injure the health. Service Club Arranges Special Program of Wel ­ come; Promise Suprisc* This week's luncheon meeting of the Lions' Club tomorrow noon at the White Plains Belmont Hotel, Is to be known as a “ New Members' Meeting.\ The program Is com ­ pletely In charge of these members, who are disclosing none of Its de ­ tails. but have promised an unusual speaker and a number of surprises. It has been announced that sev ­ eral violin solos will be rendered by tha Rev. Mr. Evald B. Lawson, pastor of the Trinity Lutheran Church of this dly. ew what actually happens happen to that body of yo from tbe effects of noise? In even normal healthy persons It may cause an Increased pulse rale. Irregularity and palpitation of the heart, headache, excitability, ear noises, depression of spirits, and the tenseness that noise causes to your body and mind brings on fatigue much sooner. So you'll agree It is now up to us all US do what we can to prevent HIGH LIGHTS OF HISTORY — Andrew Jsckson \HE SHOWKU THE WHITE FEATHER\ To say of anybody that be showed the white feather le to brand him with tbe mark sinister. For the white feather has come to signify the badge of cowardice. c« fear; the antithesis of courage 1 ime Lost m Work

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