Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada on March 23, 1964 · Page 3
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Reno Gazette-Journal from Reno, Nevada · Page 3

Reno, Nevada
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Monday, March 23, 1964
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JACOBY ON BRIDGE Distribution Tough Hurdle By OSWALD JACOBY Vic Huggins, chairman of the tournament committee for the Mid-South Regional which will be held in Durham, N.C., April f-12, writes : "We are going all NORTH AK10C3 VQ2 K AQJ653 21 WEST A None J1087J J9742 EAST AQJ52 965 AQ106I 7 SOUTH (D) AA9874 AK4 85 10 8 4 Worth and South vulnerable Srtfc West North East 16 Pass 3 Pass 14 Pass 4N.T. Pass SV Pass 6 4 Dble Pass Pass Pass Opening lead A3 eut to have one of the finest Re gional tournaments ever held." Judging from my previous experience in the Carolinas, nothing can be much finer than a tournament there. I am looking forward to a wonderful time. Vic also sent today's hand with these comments: "When Jennie Pedretti Last Rites Held Friends gathered at the Home Chapel of Ross-Burke Co. Friday morning, thence to Church of the Little Flower where Re quiem Mass was celebrated for Airs. Jennie Trosi Pedretti with Father Gerald Fanning cele brant. Burial followed in the cemetery at Vinton, Calif, where committal services were conducted by the Sierra Valley Grange. Officers participating were Elmer Roberti, master and Mrs. Ora Prater, chaplain. Mrs. Ora Prater sang. Casket bearers were Camill Solari, Ercole Corrico, Andrea Domiack, Mario Belli, August Farei and Attellio Avanzino. Arrangements were under the direction of Ross-Burke Co. SPECIAL Ik FI i-o TUB ENCLOSURES ONLY NEVER BEFORE OFFERED AT THIS PRICE! OUR 'DELUXE' UNIT NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR SAFETY GLASS FINEST QUALITY "DEALERS AND CONTRACTORS WELCOME" DO IT YOURSELF or LET OUR EXPERTS DO IT FOR YOU. IrigM polished aluminum ar maa,iitf thravghawt Nylon ball bearing rollon and Now ooy door llgnmonl. Coed for lifotimo. Bo rid af mossy howor curtains forovor. Step out on dry floor. SEE THEM NOW AT r.lARUIN SUPPLY We've Moved to 190 MOANA LANE FA 9-4786 RENO, NEV. mv partner took off for the stratosphere, I regretted my 11-point opening. When East dou bled the final contract of six spades, I regretted it still more. "West opened the deuce of clubs. He assumed that East had doubled for a club lead and would be able to ruff. I assumed the same and fi nessed. When my eight spot won the trick, I led a spade toward dummy. When west showed out. I rose with dum my's king, led three rounds of hearts in order to get rid of dummy's king of diamonds, and then led a low spade to dummy's ten. "East took that trick, but that was all." It was certainly quite a slam to bring home. When I get to Durham I am going to remember not to double Vic Huggins. CARD SENSE Q The bidding has been: East South West North IDia ? You, South, hold: S-AQ765 H-AK8 754 D-2 C-2 What do you do? A Bid one heart only. The bidding is not going to stop here. TODAY'S QUESTION West bids two diamonds and East three diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow BERRY'S WORLD LONDON (AP) Up wnn 134 pounds $630,375 and he's saa. "I must hp thp unhannipst man in Britain." said hachplor Charlie Cooper. "I don't want . . First the alarm clock goes on the blink, then the drier gives out, next the TV set quits, and now the car has broken down . . . Could this be some form of ESCALATION?" RENO EVENING GAZETTE MARCH 23, 1964-3 Bachelor Wins $630,000, Sorry It Was So Much Lunar Research Cooperation Held Possible WASHINGTON (AP) The White House's space adviser has raised the possibility of the united States cooperating with the Soviet Union on lunar research. Dr. Edward C. Welsh, execu tive secretary of ihe National Aeronautics and Space Council, said that while international co operation on the nation's man- on-the-moon project "remains to be seen, we must keep alert to its potential." i all this money. I was happy as I was with my mum in Bethnal Green (a poor section of London). The 46-year-old clerk had just come out of a bank where he held a two-hour conference with investment experts. "I feel depressed and really unhappy, but I should be the happiest man in Britain. I'm worth a quarter of a million BEAT THE RUSSIANS IN OUTER SPACE, INSTALL MORE WINDOWS. DESERT GLASS 310 N. Park St. FA 2-0695 Colfax Rites Funeral services for Harry Robeson will be conducted Tuesday from the Quinn Mortuary in Colfax, Calif. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Pauline Robeson of Colfax. O'Brien-Rogers Funeral Home, Reno, is in charge of the local arrangements. quid (pounds) and today the doctors gave me a final checkup on the hernia operation I had six weeks ago. And they passed me A-l. "If it had been 2,000 pounds or even 20.000 pounds I would have been happy. But this is too much for a man like me much too much." Charlie won the sum two days ago by picking draws correctly in the weekly soccer pools. He was the sole winner of the treble chance pool. Charlie lives with his 78-year-old mother in a basement flat in a 100-year-old tenement. He has three brothers and three sisters. The winnings are not subject to income tax. PRUNING TIME IS HERE!! Fruit Trees Shade Trees Rose Bushes REMOVALS , fsr first quality work call ACME TREE SURGERY FA 3-6739 Convenient Terms Air poisoned by smog, gas, dust and pollen aggravates recurring attacks of Bronchial Asthma and Bronchitis. At the first sign of difficult breathing, wheezing, coughing and mucus congestion from such cause, start taking MENDAOO to combat allergy, loosen and help remove choking phlegm, and thus promote freer breathing and more restful sleep. Most druggists keep and recommend MENDAOO. DAVID VIIAY, A.I.A. GEORGE M. FERRARI, A.I.A. announce the formation of a new partnership for the practice of architecture under the name of Vhay and Ferrari 50S DENSLOWE DRIVE, RENO formerly known as VIIAY, FERRARI AND WIDMER jHi ' " JJi 1 -aia.B Find out for yourself what this Chevy II can really do. If there are hills nearby, let it give them a good going-over. Then see how quickly it gives slow-moving trucks the run-around. With its new extra-cost V8 all you ever have to do is give the accelerator an inch, and this Chevy II Super Sport Coupe will take a mile. And this great highway performer looks the part it plays so well. A glance at its all-vinyl interior will tell you that. Those inviting bucket seats nrft mad a nf ultra-soft foam cushionine'. The door-to-door carnitine is so thick vou can feel it throuorh vour shoes. There's vour choice of either the floor-mounted Powerglide or Four-Speed Synchro-Mesh Chevy II Nova Super Sport wxih Bucket Seats transmission. Both are optional at extra cost, along with a Positraction rear axle, simulated wire wheel covers, AM-FM radio and a host of other accessories. And for all its new power, Chevy II rides so softly it seems to glide along the highway. That's because it has high-mounted independent coil springs in the front and Mono-Plate single-leaf springs in the rear. Its unitized well-insulated Body by Fisher shuts vibrations out and keeps road noise down to a whisper. With everything Chevy II Super Sport has going for it, it's no surprise your Chevrolet dealer is anxious to show you its price tag. Because that's the only thing about it that isn't super. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet Clievelle Chevy II Corvair Corvette See them at your Chevrolet Showroom nlliXJ 221 S. VIRGINIA ST. J 331 la llik L COMPANY RENO, NEVADA PH. FA 9-3481

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