Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 20, 1975 · Page 3
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 3

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y 20, 1975 toy tfae atxe of spades. Rasi pacbced ^ Your Bridgework 1 By Jackie Wilcox East dealer. Both sides vulnerable. North * 9 8 7 5 ¥ A J83 K Q 7 the ace and returned his singleton diamond. West took the ace and gave his partner a diamond ruff. East exited with a club and declarer won the king. Next came a heart to the ace followed East did MA absolutely require the jack of spades to justify bos opening bid but a distributional count made the correct play obvious. West's high-low in clubs indicated he started with a doubietoo leaving East with four. East had also shown that he started with a singleton diamond. This left room for eight cards in the major suits. These must be divided four-four, otherwise he would have opened with a five-card major in preference to a four- card minor. Since East had started with four spades and only four were missing. West must be void and the nine would surely hold the trick. By using a little logic South was able to pick up the trump suit without a loss to score his game. LAST »CK*i JMH»».ltS ·JUQCCTTEQL.ua \. ArVi. Roj Uoffve aaJ tks. George Itoo 2 «ft:i De'- C»»-c tfu fl*e. nan? of Aji»» ttM 0. Aater aoe Mrs. K. H. riili Jaoo X-ei'gi AKiM'i. L. T SR.OW. a. AKMtOAY MMMT DUPLICATE CLW» TO j. G Miter AM Mri Cnartes Lemon 2 Mr and Mrs. Rote/1 aaJe/ 2 Mrs C E. Cro* aoo Mri. Aon Poilitt 3 Mrs 8. K. Kissinger *a! Mri. L T. Smoer. Jr. i G«W9« Fa-jiXes ano Harry WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE 0UPUCATE i Mrs Charles Lemon and Mri. Austin Milter 2.-3 Alma Perry and Bill Lonesome 2. -3. T. B Lej9 ano Coy White 4 F. E. Baker and J. R. Bird i Austin Miller and John Cayton EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH 1. Wlrs Austin Miller and Mrs. Charles Lemon 2. Mrs. B. N. Kissinger and Mrs. L. T. Snider, Jr. 3. Mrs. H. L Lemastersand Mrs. A. T. Walter EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. K. H. Hill and Mrs. W. L. Pyle 2.-3. Mrs. A. c. Rogers and Mrs. Carl Samples 2-3. Mrs. Russell Van Cleve and Mrs, James Olson «. O 1 Mr ««;MfS S Y rvli 2 M'S, J P. £09* aa= Mrs Joan 5o»es 3. Mrs. Arttoey SaL'xaw aod Mrs Gewg* Aoo 1 Mr aoo Mrs Harry At.sca EAST-WEST l. jas* A/an anc Lyle Satles 2 F. E. 3a«.?r anc M J. MCCbesne/ 3 Afcna Pecry av: Mrs. Larry LOjSXn «. Mr ane Mrs. £ .e'en Means BIO AND MADE 1 Jaoe Ay an and Robert Bauey 2 Mrs. J. P. Engle and Mrs. C. E Cro* 3. Mrs. Rooert Bailey ana Mrs. Harry Aelscn 4 Jackie WIIOM and 0. L. Olds 5. Ed Maier and Link Young IRIOCE CALENDAR Wttk of July H SUNDAY-Sunday Night Ouplicdte-7 p.m. Public Invited. Morris Harvey College Union. MONDAY - Bridgette duo - 10:30 a.m. - Home ot Mrs. Harry VYelsch. 901 Wilkie Drive. Public invited. Monday Night D u p l i c a t e -- 7 : 3 0 p.m. --Home of Mrs.Harrv Welsch Public invited. S.?. A«,t . Mis nVf /MS SCO PuO»uC iOii FR:DAV-7:3C p-ro -Morris V'A'' Game. SATyRDAY-s.oaoaMaa«-7.3?p m Mrs. Har/ Weisco PwOiic ia»t!ec Coneje Utum. Gasette-Mail £nt«f«i os second doss nvaner ot the Pest OHtct o' Charleston, W. Vo , under the act ot March 3. 1897. Independent newspaper published toch Sunday morning "y the Doily Cxiiette Compcny and Dorfy Moil PurjlisHing Co , o subsidiary of Cloy Communications. Inc.. in Charleston. W. Va. 25330. - .; Sunday Gazette-Mail is a member of The Associated Press. The Associated Press is entitle J to the use o* oH local ne^s for reproduction. Telephones. Classified Advertising 348-4848 Circulation Department 348-5151 All Other Departments 348-514C 4 8 2 West A f 10 9 6 2 · A J 10 8 6 5 4 4 9 4 East 4 K J42 VH K Q 7 4 4 2 4 A 6 5 3 South laidley at Virginia st. Phone 342-6151 for quality and value! V A Q 10 6 3 ¥ 5 · 9 3 * K Q J 10 7 The bidding: East South West North 1 club 1 spade 2 diamonds 4 spades pass pass pass There are several clues that can help a declarer locate missing high-cards held by the opponents. The most obvious way is if an opponent has opened the bidding and there are 13 high-card points missing, the opener should hold practically all of the outstanding points. At other times key cards can be located by a distributional count of the suits. A classic example of this method is outlined ia today's deal from Bols Bridge Tips, submitted by Bobby Wolff of the Dallas Aces. West opened the nine of clubs, East won New Books At Library These books were among the titles received last week at the Kanawha County Public Library: Adult nonliction - Aristoteles, Aristotle and Xenophon on democracy and oligarchy, Cook, Carson McCullers; Fishman, Jewish radicals; Fleming, Alcohol - The Delightful Poison; French, Working Communally; Patterns and Possibilities; Gainer, Folk Songs From The West Virginia Hills; Glubok, Dolls, Dolls, Dolls; Greenfield, Paul Robeson; Halter, Bill Bradley: One to Remember; Highwater, Fodor's Indian America; Holmes, How Can I Find You, God?; Kiley. Personal and Interpersonal Appraisal Techniques for Counselors, Teachers, Students; Myers, The Coming Collapse of the Post Office; Nattalin, grandma Rose's Book of Sinfully Delicious Cakes, Cookies, Pies, Cheesecakes, Cake Rolls and Pastries; Petras, TheU. S. and Chile: Imperialism and the Overthrow of the Allende Government; Redinger, George Eliot; Rle- mer, The Beginner's Kitchen Garden; Rusher, The Making ol the New Majority Party; Scheele, Elements of Radiation Protection; Seaver, Jeannette's Secrets of the Everyday Good Cooking; Snyder, This Is Henry Miller From Brooklyn; Sommer, A Patchwork Applique; and Quilting Primer. Reference - American Library Assn. Reference and Subscription Books Review Committee, Reference and Subscription Books Reviews, 1972-1974; Carter, Guide to Reference Sources in the Computer; Council of State Governments, State Local Government Purchasing; Dialogue on World Oil, Washington, 1974; Gainer, Folk Songs From the West Virginia Hills; W. Va. Library Commission. Reference Library, Charleston Newspaper Index. Juvenile fiction - Richardson, Sam Adams; Alderman, The Colony of Connecticut; Conklin, The Llamas of South America; Dickinson, The Colony of Massachusetts; Gibbs, Backpacking; Ginsburg How Wilka Wentto Sea; Green, Nantucket Summer; Griffiths, Abandoned; Grimm, Hans in Luck; Jacobs, Roger Williams; Johnston, Strangers Dark and Gold; Key, The Magic Meadow; Lively, The House in Norham Gardens; Morressy, The Humans of Ziax 11; Munsoa A Fistful of Sun; Naylor, Witch's Sister; Oakley, The Church Mice and the Moon; Paterson, Of Nightingales That Weep; Raskin, Guilty or Not Guilty?, Snyder, The Right to Be Let Alone; · ~ Snyder, Below the Root; Vaughan, The Colony of Georgia. Southmoor Will Take Applications Southmoor Apartments, a 248-unit housing development, will begin taking applications July 27, Robert Sweet, a marketing developer for Remanco of Chicago, property developers, said. Sweet said the development has one, two, three and four bedroom apartments in addition to townhouses. The development is located on 34 acres of land near Chestnut Street and Kanawha Turnpike in South Charleston. The apartments have wall-to-wall carpeting, individual air conditioning and playgrounds and the townhouses have private patios, Sweet said. It is art equal housing opportunity development. A one-bedroom|apartment will rent for $127.63 and a four-bedroom will rent for up to $194.70. Sweet said the development has been arranged to provide plenty of green and trees between the buildings. Mrs. Edith McCallister will be the resident manager. She may be reached by calling 768-9721 or by visiting the office at 4992C Richland Dr., South Charleston, Sweet said. Three Grants Awarded to WYU MORGANTOWN - Officials at West Virginia University have announced the receipt of these grants: *· $51,721 from the U.S. Administration on Aging to support a social work career training program on aging. f $15.026 from the U.S. Office of Education to develop an information, planning and evaluation system for community colleges. · $8.600 from the Research Corporation of New York City to support ion-molecule reaction research. Fayette Plans Bookmobile Stops FAYETTEVILLE-The Fayette County bookmobile will visit these communities this week. 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