Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 6, 1975 · Page 18
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July 6, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 18

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July 6,1975 ,'* Your Bridgework 'f- Bv Jackie Wilcox Coal, Bank, Oil Promotions Listed North dealer. North-South vulnerable. North V K 9 6 4 · A K Q 5 4 + K 7 three hearts, three diamonds, one spade and the queen-eight of clubs. An original club lead would give South trouble if East could guess to bare the king of spades by discarding his low spade on the queen of diamonds. But who can blame West for leading from his strong six-card suit? West + A 10 9 6 3 2 f 105 · J 983 East 4 K 4 ¥ J 832 · 102 4 A J 10 9 3 South ; Y A Q ? * 7 6 + Q 8 5 4 2 Robert Bailey The bidding: North East South West 1. diamond 2 clubs double pass 2 hearts pass 3 nt pass pass pass -Opening lead: Six of spades. ; Today's hand is from a local duplicate game. Although North-South had the required points for a game, the contract proved to be a rather shaky one. Over one diamond! two clubs South's double was negative asking his partner to bid a major suit. When North responded in hearts Bailey decided to try for nine tricks at notrump rather than contract for a heart game with a four-three trump fit. . East won the spade lead with the king and returned a spade, covered by the queen and ace. West continued spades, a club was discarded from dummy, East pitched a club and South won the queen. Bailey led a diamond to the ace followed by the king and queen. On the third diamond East discarded another club to keep the jack of hearts protected. Declarer also pitched a club. Next came the king of clubs, East won the ace and played the jack which was ducked around. Bailey now had nine tricks in the bag - LAST WEEK'S WINNERS UNIT CAME 1. Mr. and Mrs. B. Y. Hill 2. Jackie Wilcox and Stan Given 3. Mrs. L. G. Huston and Bob Allen 4.-5 Hal Maine and W. J. Sentman 4-5. Mrs. Austin Miller and Lyle Sattes BRIDCETTECLUB 1. Mrs. John Kester and Mrs. L. Olsen 2. Mae Wethered and Scott Scotell 3 Mrs J G. Miller and Mrs. Clarence Young 4 -5 Mrs. Russell Van Cleve and Mrs. George Woo 4-5 Mrs. K H. Hill and Mrs. Charles Lemon MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Coghill 2 Mrs. John Kester and Tom Moore 3 Mrs. Reuben Graham and Coy White WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE 1-2 Mrs. J. A. Gatens and Mrs. D. D. Smith 1-2 Coy White and Austin Miller 3. Dave Snyder and J. C. Harlan 4 John Caylon and Bill Lonesome EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH 1 Mrs. A. C. Rogers and Mrs. L. G. Huston 2. Mrs. Robb Gover and Mrs. Carl Samples 3. Mrs. George Woo and Mrs. L T. Snider, Jr. EAST-WEST 1 Mrs. J. G. Wells and Mrs. L. G. Carney 2 Mrs Harold Matheand Mrs. W. D. Roll 3. Mrs. H. L. Uemastersand Mrs. W. L. Pyle KVBA NORTH-SOUTH 1. Jade Wyatt and Tom Chambers 2. John Cayton and Coy White 3 -4 Ann Pollitt and Mrs. John Bowes 3-4. Mrs. B. N. Kissinger and Mrs. Russell Van Cleve EAST-WEST I.Mr, and Mrs. B. Y. Hill 2. Mrs. J. P. Engle and Mrs. Tom Moore 3 Ed Hague and Reuben Graham BID AND MADE 1. Mrs. L. G. "uslon and Lyle Glllispie 2. Mrs. Tom Moore and C. E. Crow 3. Alma Perry and Harry Welsch 4 Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Coghill BRIDGE CALENDAR WMk of July 6 SUNDAY - Sunday Night Duplicate - 7 p.m. Public Invited Morris Harvey College Union. MONDAY - Bridgette Club - 10:30 a.m. -- Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch, 901 Wilkie Drive. Public invited. Monday Night Duplicate -- 7:30 p.m. home of Mrs. Harry Welsch -- Public invited. TUESDAY - Tuesday Night Duplicate - 7:30 p.m. -Public invited. Home ot Austin Miller WEDNESDAY - Easy Aces - 10:30 a.m. - 214 D. Street, So. Charleston. Closed. West Virginia State College Duplicate - 7:30 p.m. New Dormitory Public invited. THURSDAY - Novice Game- 10:30a.m. -Homeof Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. FRIDAY - K V B A - 7 : 3 0 p.m. Morris Harvey College Union. Closed. SATURDAY - Bid and Made -- 7 : 3 0 p.m. - Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. Eastern Associated Coal Corp. has named C. A. Stefl, formerly senior vice president of administration, the company's new executive vice president. "The company also promoted chief engineer D. F. Criste to vice president and appointed D. B. Shupe to the newly created position of vice president in charge of corporate development. Sattes Group Schedules July Reunion Kaaawha Valley Rank has appointed two new officers in the back's data processing department. They are Stephen K. Snodgrass, named assistant manager of data processing operations, and Mrs. Suzanne B. Locke, pro- granuning analyst officer. Mrs. Locke has bee* with the bank since 1971, and Snodgrass since 1964. A new director of Marathon QU Co. is William EL Swafes, vke president of production, who is a graduate of West Virginia University. He began his career with Marathon as" a geologist in 1954. In 1970, Swales was named executive vice president of Oasis Oil Co. of Libya, a Marathon affiliate, and in 1972. ne was made president of Oasis. SMdgnss Mrs. Locke New Books at Library In observance of America's Bicentennial celebration, a group of former residents of Sattes, which now is a part of Nitro, have formed a committee for a Sattes Old- timers Reunion Spree. Mrs. Irene Runnion, acting chairman, said an all-day picnic and celebration is planned for July 19 at the Nitro City Park. A program featuring speakers, singing and awards will begin at 11 a.m. 2 Sharks Seen At'Jaws 9 Site OAK BLUFFS, Mass. - UP) - Police on Martha's Vineyard posted shark warnings along the island's beaches after at least two sightings of blue and white fin sharks. The island was the location for the filming of the movie "Jaws," a story of a killer shark which terrorized the community. Police here said the warnings were posted Thursday after the first shark sighting by a fishing boat. A young man in a row boat reported sighting a shark off Vineyard Haven Friday morning. Police said lifeguards along area beaches have been alerted, but as yet are not prohibiting swimming. Coast Guard officials said the fishing boat, which reported sighting two sharks, said one was a blue fin and one a white, and each weighed 200 to 300 pounds. Both sightings were close to shore, police said, adding that exceptionally warm water in the area could account for the unusual shark activity. SOPHISTICATED PERSONS WANT MORE (Than a Handful of Prizes) REAL GROWTH, CONVENIENCE AND SAVER ORENTED PROGRAMS AVAILABLE AT FIRST FEDERAL SAVMGS MCLUDMG: 734%-6YEAR SAVMGSCERTfKATES MINIUMS-'1000 OTHER ACCOUNTS Account Name Annual Yield Minimum Annual Deposit Rate Regular Passbook. $5 5.25% 5.39% Golden 90 Passbook $100 5.75% " 5.92% One year certificate, $1000 6.50% 6.72% 30 Month Certificate $1000 6.75% - · · 6.98% 4 Yr Certificate $1000 7.50% 7.79% Rate schedules and save-by mail information available on request. Interest Compounded Daily Substantial interest forfeiture for early withdrawal of certificates VIP ·KEOGH Among the titles received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Adult fiction - Daley, Strong Wine, Red as Blood; Kennedy, Legs; Nin, Cities of the Interior; Thomas, The Money Harvest; Torday, People in Glass Houses; Wil- helrn, The Intinity Box. · Adult Nonfiction - Awoonor, The Breast of the Earth; Bench, Catching and Power Hitting; Bloomgarden, The Gun; Borella, The Home-Canning Handbook; Bovee, Techniques of Writing Business Letters, Memos, and Reports; Brawner, Indy 500 Mechanic; Browder, The American Biking Atlas 8. Touring Guide; Collins, The Fourteenth Amendment and the States; Congressional Quarterly, Inflation and Unemployment; Derbyshire, The Arco Book of Dried and Pressed Flowers; Erlich, What Jan Is All About; Freeman, The Politics of Women's Liberation; Fried, The Vitamin Conspiracy; Graham-white, The Drama of Black Africa; Hamburger, The Peking Bomb; Haskins, Fighting Shirley Chisholm; Higham, Send These to Me; Holliday, Motorcycle Panorama; Janus, The Search for Peking Man; Johnson, Through Indian Eyes; Knap, Where to Fish and Hunt in North America, Including Mexico and the Caribbean; LaVelle, Red, White and Blue-Collar Views; Lorn, Col- .lege; Louden, The Effective Director in Action, With a Cabell'Wayne Data Given To Marshall HUNTINGTON-The Cabell-Wayne His-- torical Society has placed its collection of historical documents and photographs on permanent loan to the Marshall University library. ; Dr. Kenneth Slack, library director, said the estimated 60 cubic feet of materials ".can be the nucleus around which we can build a definitive collection of primary resource material on Cabell and Wayne counties." Supplement, Public Agency Boards; Mair, African Societies; Margolin, The Earth Manual; Marsh, The Rebel King; Massie, Journey; McKnight, The Terrorist Mind; Minear, Through Japanese Eyes; Morgan, A Point in History, the Battle of Point Pleasant; Morpurgo, Treason at West Point; Nouwen, Reaching Out; Parsson, Dying of Money; Philbrick, The Bug Book; Plummer, Fragrance; Priest; The Effective Educational Secretary; Roberts, Witches U. S. A.; Sanders, Life as I Have Known it Has Been Finger Lickin' Good; Seybolt, Through Chinese Eyes; Shipman, Everlasting Flower- craft; Taylor, Small Engines Maintenance and Repair; Taylor, Coretta Scott-King, A Woman of Peace; Villacorta, Step by Step to Ballroom Dancing; Yeck, Building Your Own Home; Zee, Sophia; Zwinger, Run, River, Run. Reference - Bovee, Techniques of Writing Business Letters, Memos, and Reports; Freidel, Harvard Guide fo American History; Herman, Corpus Delicti of Mystery Fiction; Knap, Where to Fish and Hunt in North America, Including Mexico and the Caribbean; LauriWtrvTne Early Homosexual Rights Movement (18M-1M5); Marquis, A Guide to America's Indians; Morgan, A Point in History, the Battle of Point Pleasant. Juvenile Fiction -- Clymer, Leave Horatio Alone. Juvenile Nonfiction - Airey, New Ideas in Card and Paper Crafts; Cooper, Many Hands Cooking; FInlayson, Maryland; Hendry, Vintage and Veteran Cars; Jacobs, Olga Korbut, Tears and Triumph; Jacobs, Shane Gould, Olympic Swimmer; Lawson, The American Revolution; Meltzer, Rember the Days; Perl, America Goes to the Fair; Vance, The Everything Book. Jackson County Junior Fair Set COTTAGEV1LLE - A tobacco spitting contest will be one of the events of the 1975 Jackson County Junior Fair which will be held here July 29 through Aug. 2. Other events include a tractor pulling contest at 6:30 p.m. July 30 and a draft horse pulling competition at 7 p. m. July 31. The spitting contest will begin at 11 a.m. Aug. 2. Former Gestapo Chief Gets Life HAMBURG, West Germany (AP)-Ludwig Hahn, the Gestapo chief of Nazi-occupied Warsaw, has been sentenced to life imprisonment for helping kill at least 230,000 Polish Jews during World ^War II. The 66-year-old Hahn, who became an insurance salesman after the war, was. convicted Friday of arranging the "resettlement" of Jews from the Warsaw ghetto to Treblinka II death camp. i l * In 1973, Hahn was convicted of assisting in other Nazi killings and sentenced to. 12 years in prison. ': . . IRA and KEOCH plans for retirement AVAILABLE NOW By appointment only--Call Mr. Johnson at 343-5505 MEMBER FSUC AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF CHARLESTON 231 HALE ST. CHARLESTON, W. VA. 25332 TELEPHONE 343-5505 QL OPENING SOON J ·fr CORRECTION In our ad of July 4TM, we listed p 350 Ib. upright freezer at $119 90 The price should have read S 199 90 Also, the 100,000 BTU Air Conditioner should have read 10,000 BTU, 115 volt, S 259 90 Light/\n|eric 20%Off§alc! , .... ·' VX Ml , Authentic Reproductions by LIGHTING IN THE AMERICAN TRADITION APPLIANCE Charleston Store p 811Va.St.,W. COMMY DORSET ORCHESTRA ONE SHOW ONLY JULY 9,1975 9:00-1:00 MOUNTAINEER ROOM Belle, W. Va. 949-1061--949-4147 Reservations Only · H Hanging Lamp only* |49*J Blue Lace Collection Table Lamp only Beautiful, Delicate Blue Rose Decoration. Glass is Hand-Blown in the Finest Tradition oi American Craftsmanship. Antique Brass Finish. Table Lamp only Table Lamp only $29*5 H I . ' I 1 ' - r u ' i ' i r v ~^^^~v-vo'j' Table Lamp \ - X--only 154*1 Dogwood-Pewter Collection Pewter Finish. The Dogwood Blossom and Branch Design is Hand-Painted on Hand-Blown Glass. Exclusively Quowel! OPEN MONDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9 P. M. Dahlia Collection R;ch. Full Carmine Floral Design is Hand Pointed on Genuine hV.nd-Blown Glass which Reflect the Beauty and Warmth of Early America. Aniiauc Brass Finish. Hanging Lamp only'fl" 615 TENNESSEE AVE. 346-0539 THE PRICES SHOWN ARE THE SALE PRICES

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