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4C--Sept. 3, 1972 *Sunday Gazette-Mail Ch«rT«»ton, WMt "Irjlnli MONTGOMERY Dr. Elias on Leave for School; Rotary Sponsoring Horse Show Barbara P. Nelson 442-3111 iWestern Class judge is i Welch of Barboursville. Don!cents per $100 of property. ~ , . ,,,. . . , . _. i Mayor Mike Kandel reports a Dr. Lewis Elias is taking an Tickets are available at theiletter from the CO Railway nolticia pavp nf srKPtirp fmm oato i :_:_- n_ _ · . . . ·" raising the price of the aban- unofficial leave of absence from gate. the Montgomery area to go to doned*ticket"offirp from Bal Harbour. Fla. He will be other community events will ,7 |foi r^ Tn mril h^i taking postgraduate classes at include the dua ' mini-concert Hprwl nurrh a s ino h» the University of Miami, where ^ "Patty Miller and Dande- forTarktae Dumosps his brother. Dr. Richard Elias, llo f w n?" P'"s "We The p G0 . lor P^'Mng purposes. is a professor of cardiology and lle '' . f !' om B l ° 9 p.m. Thursday,! The city of Montgomery *- ..« r- ; J i ~ r i L _ **; · Ollr Qlnf* Torm /"*ft»if *\« «.« 4 U n . . . J . . . . J ice, at 442-8591, or Mrs. Pat Kennedy, director, at 779-9157. The Montgomery Swimming Pool will be open through Monday. Woman Still Wants to DiejFlynn Retires After Suicide Try Fails At A ^ e of 80 In Wheeling SAN fRANCISCO W - A car told police that she said she woman who arranged her own funeral and then shol herself five times beneath the Golden Gate Bridge, clung to life Saturday, but her minister said she still wanted to die. was "very lonely, tired of being alone." A month earlier, Mrs. Clark who worked as a secretary for a bank, had gone to a mortuary I put down a $600 deposit on a The Rev. Harold Parsley O fi funera1 ' entered a walnut caskel Valley Baptist Church said he spent several hours by the hospital bedside of Juanita Clark, 43, who was reported in serious condition after police said she shot herself five times in the p re s id e n t of the Miami outside Heart Institute. Another broth-, ma11 - er. Albert, is active in the enter-; tainment field with TV specials such as the forthcoming one o n i w j i Martin Luther King and a musi- cs! film called World, Too". had ,, au Tech Center on the total receipts of $270,659.74 at the close of the fiscal year in ·,, , c committee of County Democrats at 7 June Ju ^ s " gross sales tax amount ---- [ chest with a .38-caliber pistol. A rummage sale will be held | " She 3^ me how many from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday I times she shot herself," Mr. through Saturday at the Mason- j Parsley said. ic Hall on Lee Street. Any donations will be gladly accepted. West Virginia Tech commuting students are urged to form ^ car pools for the next two weeks : " order to ease a parking prob "She said she was sorry she jhad failed." "It hurt, but it didn't killjjohnson confirming that all fu,, ·' M- D.,..,.! ,.j u._ .. neral arran g emen t s were corn - and arranged to have death notices .printed in the local newspapers. She also left instructions tha' Mr. Parsley was to conduc services. "She was very calm," recalled Charles R. Johnson, manager of the funeral home. "She simply explained that she was planning ahead." Police found on the car seal next to Mrs. Clark a letter from The Montgomery Rotary Club ville. At the last for the cochair- to balance of $42.606.35. leaving a Show to be held at 30 and ence Atha of Pillion, John 6 30 n m SaluSav it th' P F n Frisk of Oak TM- and Frank l ,, i temporarily due to construction on the road up to it. The Querry, Barton, Blake. | Castle, and Weaver family reunion will be held today at the 4-H ^·H^SffF 3£f££- ss^s^Jv^-. and night. "· More than 150 horses are ex- i? 1 ,, .- . pected for 33 different events. y ' u h i c h 51,175 in prizes will be awarded n .- , , , . in various categories The De- Democratlc headquarters will begin classes on Witt Peck Traveling Trophy will °P en T V esd , a y ' m the Montgom- will end at noon that day. be awarded this year in the C '' T lNallonal Bank Buildill 8- ' . , m honor of Camp in Beckwith. All family members and friends are invited. Bring picnic lunches. Jim Blackwell, one of 26 high j school students who compleled a n i n e - w e e k National Science biology honors pro- is summer, was honored at an awards banquet WainTM Hn,.~ dot TU f " i ^ '' Kud . v kindergarten at the lasl week with a certificate of nhvTfn TM S l a k r C n T h o t r P" i , There Was a spccial TMeting M o n t g o m e r y Presbyterian h 'g h distinction. Blackwell, phy s in memory of Dr. Peck, of the Montgomery City Council jChurch will begin classes Tues-! Gaule Y Brid S e Hi 8 h Sch ° o1 ser a community leader and princi- last week to further discuss and'dav. They will be held from 9l i o r this fal1 - is the Mn of Dr I..J. ...:,,.,, . . . , - . i _ _ _ , ,,... Blackwell. D r . lal r h S - rom C ° ndude with the police and f i r e l a - m - lo 12 noon five days w^ek- and Mrs ' l u d p nf .h r , ' , r a - m - o noon ve ays w Judge of the English classes protection ordinance, w h i c h ' l v . Mrs Dorothy Foster a ' is Blackwell is the dean of the I West me." Mr. Parsley quoted her as telling him. "So I had to do it again. It wouldn't work." » * *· SHE HAD DRIVEN her car ._ _ early Friday morning to a de-jcondition except to"say"it was serted parking lot beneath the I serious. Mr. Parsley said they Golden Gate Bridge and there!told him one bullet had shot off pleted. Doctors · where she declined to comment on her Letterman Hospital underwent surgery fired the shots, authorities said. Mr. Parsley said Mrs. Clark, who had been coming to his church for abo'it two years for private counseling sessions, was despondent over the breakup of tier second marriage. the lower lobe of her heart, another penetrated her kidney and a third lodged in her spine. "But she's amazingly strong considering what she went through," he said. "They told me she stands a good chance of School Bells in Jackson To Ring Tuesday Morning J/.?-4.-).ir) : living outside of Ravenswood to park their cars School bells will be ringing will be attending the morning;campus at Riple 1 Tuesday in Jackson County for session. ibecause of the construction'the years approximately 6.000 students. Sandyville: There will be one'work on the new junior high. I · " morning and one afternoon class This area includes all of School Dr. Myllan Smyers, head of the music department at West j Virginia Tech from 1946 to 1958,j I is retiring this month after 4] i years in education. j Srnyers, who has been an associate professor at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, has also been a music A couple who found her bleed- recovering if she develops a will ing and semiconscious in herjto live." A lleged Drug Kingpin Finally in U.S. Custody WASHINGTON-W--U. S. ag-j colics and two U.S. customs ag- i *·.. - t i j i i 1 · «-» . . . . . . . . . ° \ ANNOUNCEMENTS V 3--Lost and Found LOST--One credit card holder, containing drivers license, credit cards, etc. N«m»: G. B. Pace, M05 Tarpon Rosd, Naplw, Florida. $20. REWARD. If found call 744-3851. as a professor in music ° will be going off lo the school- with approximately 20 pupils. 'Street from thp Da'-inl Boone professor, and Rod Wilson, house somewhat reluctantly, Cottageville: There will be Restaurant to Ripley Elemental physics professor at West Vir- they may find comfort in the one class at Cottageville in the ry School, ginia Tech, have been on the fact that the excess school levy afternoon for approximately 20 . . . staff of the Tenth Annual Na- passed last year will provide students. Enrollment at Ravenswood i tional Youth Science Camp at free textbooks for grades one Kenna: There will be one High School this year is approx-i Tn °TM : °od, Pocahontas County, inrougn u, as well as many morning and one afternoon ses- imately 1,260, including the ju- D . r - Phillips was resident biolo- SUppllCS. SJ OH. W i t h a n n r n v i m a f n K f Oft r\nr»_ nirn* hirtli D i'nl-... il.'^u c _ i i 1 n i c t U T i h i l A VUilcrtfi n m » if,*;,-*·*.»«*· All students except Ripley Us each. High upperclassrnen and those ents finally took custody in Paraguay Saturday of Auguste Joseph Ricord, an alleged kingpin in international narcotics traffic- ing, and sped him north for trial in New York on heroin smuggling charges. Secretary of State William P. Rogers hailed the climax to the 15-month U.S. effort to extradite Ricord as "a major step forward in the administration's fight against illicit drug traffic." Paraguayan authorities handed the 61-year-old, French-born^ I Ricord over to two U.S. nar-; enls in the cabin of a watting chartered Pan American airliner at Asuncion Airport at 10:55 a. m. Saturday and the plane was airborne four minutes later, the State Department said. In New York, Ricord is under indictment by a federal grand jury for alleged involvement in smuggling 94 pounds of heroin into the United States in Octo-; WHEELING, W. Va.-(AP)One of the oldest active newspapermen in West Virginia Tom Flynn, is retiring from the Wheeling Intelligencer after a career spanning more than 60 years. Flynn ended his duties Satur day as editorial page editor p: the newspaper, although he wil" continue to write his "Persona Viewpoint" column which appears each Saturday. Flynn, 80, began his career in 1911 as a cub reporter for the long-since defunct Wheeling Telegraph, spending most of his years with newspapers in the chain founded by the late H. C Ogden. He advanced to editor of the Intelligencer, a posl which he relinquished in 1970 to write the newspaper's editorials and his weekly column. "Without Tom Flynn around, ;he Intelligencer will not seem :he same," said G. Ogden Nut ;ing, president of the O d g e n Newspapers, Inc. "We do not want him to retire, but after all -he years he has devoted to these newspapers and to serving this community, he is intitled to take it easy and do whatever he wishes." Flynn covered several session of the West Virginia Legisla ,ure for the Ogden newspapers, lie first in 1933 and the last in 1953. I will miss the office and its companionship," Flynn said in lis column Saturday. "But I will escape the tyranny of a daily deadline, yet still have the opportunity to express myself in print." Official's Forgery Case Continued LOST--Female black tan hound, marked like Manchester, brown over eyes and feet. Wednesday. Vicinity of Woodland Drive, Plea collar. M-6177. __ LOST--Labrador Retriever, four months old, yellow color, !» vicinity of Louden Heights, possibi/ near South Hills Shop- plng Center. REWARD. 343-20M. LOST: Lady's blue tr?]n case, near Highland Drive, St. Albans on Dry Ridge. Contain asthmatic REWARD! 727-3674. son's LOST: Part Beagle pup, black and white,' male. Vicinity Tyler Mountain area. Wearing flea collar and leather strip. _ REWARD, 744-4416. -Special Notice* BEAUTIFUL CUSTOM draperies. HOWE DECOR SERVICE. Mrs. Basham, 3430751. 342-8784. CONFIDENTIAL PRIVATE Investigator. · Domestic--Criminal--Accident Investiga"" tiers. 343-0700. _ · CONFIDENTIAL Private Investigator -Domestic, criminal, and accident inves-- tigalions. Day and nisht. 344-3740. COUPLE desires rentfree house In exchange tor conscientious care of prop-' Exeellfint references. 744-3597. CUSTOM Service. 346-7995. diessmaking. 1018 Bridge 'HOME Decor Road. 343-07S1, DAY CARE CENTER 7 A.M.-4 P.M.--Dun,, bar Presbyterian Church. Ages 3-10. Phone 768-2455. Oak Street, Dunbar, West Virginia. DEBTS--On and after this date. September 3, 1972 I will not be responsible for- any debts contracted by anyone other than myself, Monty R. Burdette, 5107 Dean Drive, Charleston, W. Va. i-c i a professional organist play for" your- wedding. Call between 9-5, 342-1341. NEW LOCATION-- Sissonville area-- Frank DiTuro, Jr. School of Music Dancing. Music, 984-9513. Dancing instructor, Fonda Craddock 727-4416. PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS EXPERIENCED-LICENSED-BONDED ' _ C. L. CROSON 343-1564 WILL TAKE CARE of eldtriy~"lT*eTT?L my home. 776_-1193. "" " "' _ TAKE care of" elderly "'ladies weekends or during your vacation in my home. 727-5531. _ _____ YOUR STORK Nursery rpresentative says "Order now for fall delivery". Call 722-2446. 5--Personal ABORTION ASSISTANCE" ~ Legal--Safe $150. CLINICAL REFERRALS, INC 34.-75S. Financing Available ABORTIONS FREE REFERRALS-- LEGAL-- SAFE _y_o].untary Referral Service-- 343-i9« For Private Detectives" or Qualified Investigators, Call NATIONAL SERVICE BUREAU, 343-007» Lowest Rales All Types Of Insurant* Cancelled Auto Insurance Revoked Drivers Licenses Reinstated .. SR22 Fillings-- Motorcycle Insurance HAGGERTY INSURANCE SERVICE __ Phpne_74^-2526 Day or Night _ Pregnant, need help? CALL US-C21S) 457-4139 NATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING ber 1970. NEW CUMBERLAND, W.Va. |(AP) -- A hearing for Martinsburg City Manager A. J. Rouse. sion. with approximately 20 pup- nior high. Ripley High School !S' sl - while Wilson was assistant grades nine through 12 will have director of the camp. Von Clem- 11 j - . ,, , , . , ,, , ,, ,, , , , approximately 990 students Eni m a n s - recent Tech graduate, enrolled m he early childhood All hot lunch programs in the ( rollment in Ravenswood Ele-'was counselor and phologra- program will report Tuesday. 1!) schools in Jackson County mentarv this vear is IktoriI « p h e r AH^shmen^iH^tend^the will be in operation from ui ^"Sth Vmlnta'ry 1 ha? 483 i' I ri ^ , f n l N Trond Sodol of Oslo, Norway, the Rotary Club exchange stu- opening session at Ripley High first, day of school: however students and snecial PduraHon School at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday. All some changes have been made. 30 students eaUCatl0n seniors, iiimrrs. mores will report 30 students. to the 'dent who just arrived in the ram groups of third grade w i l l report to "\onii All . area, has settled fivp VPar nlrlc nnK, lviul "-g«""=ly dltid, nab SeiUea n Th y iT 0 °f^ 0 " t r.;l Ti th his first host family, the *- "0 .-:Hin- Due to 8:30 a.m. prices, it has Wednesday. Opening exercises increase the price of meals will be conducted in the audito- served. Lunches served to stu- \ rium both days, and hot lunches dents in grades one through six will be served. will be 30 cents. The price for m - = The early childhood classes grades seven through 12 will be TM ; , '" g (kindergarten) will begin on 35 cents. Adults will pay 50 ! ri Fl Sept. n. Sept. 5-8 has been set cents per meal. Cl , ,,----'·' -- "---"--««^ m aside for teachers and teachers' Free and reduced meals will fiT . ^ n C TM , d -M ermi !! e aides inscrvice training and te served on the same basis as , , c se ncl.their children by ,.__ v preparation. Kindergarten class- last year. Parents unable to pay cnecKI "8 ine lists posted at the Black Lung Assn. which meets :ii i i i _ _ i . » » · » » ,, f ,, . _ i y two sf*nnnl*s r \ ( t U A 7 \ T n « t ^,-- ,, /^;j_. TT_ n n. _ Bert Buckbees, of Charlton Heights. Buckbee, head of the printing department at Tech., four children, two of them Pennsylvania Man Cited i ii /Vcdoent jacy involving illegal smuggling RAINNELE--A c h a r g e of|of narcotics into this country. THir TMnirTlUK-MT U^l-c U,-r,,l uu 'K W V maiiagci n. u. iwuoc. THE INDICTMENT inks him named in two indict ments also to other cases dating back charging forgery , has been c?n . tinued 1 until Sept. 12, at which time motions to quash the in- more than 500 pounds of heroin 7--Cemeteries-Monuments FOUR gravesltes. Cheap. Tyler Mountain __.Memory Gardens. SXOO. 3j;-36Ql. LEMPLQYMENT ] HELP WANTED ADS An additional charge of II is mad* an all ads mlng_ e Gazelle-Mall "Blind Bon". 8-- Miscellaneous Help VVtd._ "A. C.'E. EMPLOYMENT A'GE'NCY America's Center for Employment Local National InternationAl. Qusrrier SI. _ i?lo _ 344-984! CLOSED MONDAY - Wishing you a happy said to be worth $145 million at| dictnlents are to be considered . current street prices. | ^ hear'ne for Rouse former a ni- sflf ? Labor Da v weekend! _ Ricord himself was not allegedi city ma n a |er of Weirton, was' ACCOUNTANT to be physically in the United to have ^ held Friday Stales in such activities. The Hancock Circuit Court Judge however. is james McClure last month quashed an embezzlement in- i U. S. contention, ' that he was part of a driving left of center has been lodged against a 19-year-old Pennsylvania man in connection with an Aug. 26 accident in Rupert in Greenbrier County which killed one and injured three, state police said Satur- dav. An Argentine citizen now. dictment against Rouse on grounds it was faulty. He had been accused of em- Ricord has lived in Paraguay for bezzling $15,000 from the city of Lhe past few years. His business interests include owning rest- auranls in Argentina and Para- SENIOR with 3 to 5 years auditing experience for CPA firm in Charleston. A challenging opportunity with excellent salary benefits. All replies held in strict confidence. Our staff know of this ad. We are an eciual opportunity employer. Send resume to Box M-395, c/o Gazette-Mail. Weirton during his tenure. Hancock Pros. Atty. Edward Zagula has reportedly said hcj guay and a night club in Ven-jmay seek a rcindictment on ~ zue ' a . 'the embezzlement charge dur- Following the grand jury in- j n g the next term of the county : _i L ii T T _ ; A _ _ i n i _ i _ . i t * ' . . Cited was Steven Howard (dictment. the United States asked i grand Jury Aronson. His car spun out of j Paraguay for Ricord's extra-! control on U.S. 60 outside Ru-[dition in May, 1971. Ricord's de-| pert and slammed head-on into|f e nse attorneys succeeded in de. _ ' i i a o i u u i t_iinui Cll. t VVU Ul LilClIl . - - , - - - ^ » - » - . - --- ---wj w uw^-k.^^,viv.u i t j v**^ to Havens-: at home Sodo , wil] be a student ja station wagon driven by Masil, laying the extradition through Sycamore i n hin i nov ,,, To .,i, Coughlin of Rupert. ia series of leeal moves. i at Tech. es will not be held on Wednes- the full price of milk or meals days thoughout thp entire are asked lo apply for free or school term. reduced meals by contacting the Five centers have been p s t a h - p r i n c i p a l of thrT child's Kvia 1 . arca wi " begin at. 6:30 p.m. headquart lished in Jackson County for the Breakfast will be served free Mond ay at. Ripley Junior High ton St.. school year. These include: Ri- or at a reduced price of five School.. Late registration will be president! The Morris Harvey College first Saturday of each month, is extension class in the Ripley opening national c a m p a i g n ""'" ' ' at 6:30 p.m. headquarters at 1222 Washing- ~t.. Charleston. Miller is 3ntial candidate for the ! A passenger with Aronson, Arnold Miller, president of thej 19-year-old Elizabeth Juanita Hale, was taken to Charleston General Hospital following the accident. She was listed in critical condition there until she died at 5:15 p.m. last Tuesday. Aronson was taken to Appa- at the Montgomery City Hall the price ... ... ^. ploy. Ravcnswood North Ele- cents toI children who are'el'i'g'f- accc P ted until" Sept. 11. The UMW mentary, Sandyville. Cottage- ble. Children from higher in- class is Math 272, informal ge-i ville and Kenna. All students come families may purchase orne t r . v and structural algebra. 1 involved will ride on the regu- breakfast for the price of 10 p '" of - Dan Ferguson, instructor, larly scheduled bus routes. The cents per meal. has stated that the class will not;?, following programs have been The special milk program has meet Labor Da y but will announced for the centers: also changed this year. Free sume tlle following Monday. lachian Regional Hospital following the collision. After his re, r , _ , ,,, , I lease, and during the investiga-1 PWTT TPPT Montgomery Garden Club|t ion he was charged with driving U - » - - » left of center. He had returned! to Pennsylvania before Miss a series of legal moves. i A-B Given $150,000 Ford Grant Mental Health Center in City Gets Backing ATTENDANTS FULL TIME employment at Charleston General and McMillan Hospitals for male attendants to assist with patient care. SI.94 per hour, excellent fringe benefits. Apply in perton at Charleston General'! Personnel Office. No phone calls please. An Egual Opportunity Employer. BEST JOBS FOOD SALES, exp. in related field, CT. car. .$8,400 SALESMAN, consumer sales exp. SIO.OOO-)- INDUSTRIAL Engineering supervisor, BSIE, chemical facilities' exp. $14,500 PROJECT Engineer, BS chemical enqineer- inci--exp. in chemical industry $15,500 CHIEF ENGINEER-Civil Engineering De- heavy maintenance background. $17,000 QUALITY assurance-analvtical chemist--BS in chemistry 517,000 MINE Enqineerinq-rnine electricians J?0,OOQ ALL ABOVE-FEE PAID , HOLMES EMPLOYMENT I Room 307, Medical Art? Bldo. ;iO;3 Quarrier SI. 34J..1183-- Eve. -:- CAPITOL * SALES REP.-S9,-JIO,000~Fee paid. Call on retail and wholesale accounts with 1 of the Wpst Virginia! ""sumer sale? products. National com,,, - , ,, V i . , vlr S lnld i pany with lull pka. benefits B lus c»r Mental Health Assn. lias glVCnj and expenses. Potential to $14,000 first jits endorsement to the locationTOD r 'sALEs^i8,w l R l iu5-Fee 0 "aid n . v 'car of a proposed centra! mental 1 *"?"""':''? F ?° rt r " la|pd "^.K"TM""* i. ,j. r , C.., ,. ,, , i helolul. National company with fu i health facility in the Charleston! PQK. benefits. i CHIEF EN6INEER-$16,COO up, fee Bail*., degree plus related background to eon. area. at the Woman s Club Avenue, of Oak !'*· Hale died, police said. Hill, . Ripley: Three classes with ap- milk will be provided only to proximately 20 pupils per class those students eligible for free The Presbyterian Weekday state district director, will give the program. __ for the morning session. In addi- or reduced meals. Other chldren Nursery. Cedar Lakes Drive, is! The Laird Memorial Hospital tion, there will be two classes may purchase extra milk at the, now accepting registration for j Nurses Alumnae Assn will hold with 20 pupils per class in after- price of thee cents per half-pint 'the fall term in itipley The | a business meeting for its first noon session The children will carton. nursery school will meet from 9 : session of the season. The meet-' be taken home after eating The principals have the au- to 11 a.m. Monday. Tuesday ing will be at 7-50 p m Tuesday 1 I U v h l a . y ° v i d f e ° r re - Thuisd and Frida - Accord - a1 the Coal Valley Clinic i n No further charges are expected to be lodged against Aronson, troopers said, because West Virginia will not extradite for a misdemeanor. Colin-; lege here as one of 12 stitutions receiving grants der their "Venture Fund" pro- More than 20 related have now to select '"Iarea as the building site. It was pointed out that mental slruction materials and products pr* ferred. . P A R T S CLERK-To SJSO-Related experl- North Elementary: There will Sliced meals to any child on a n t i n g to the infiructnr Mrs Jack- be two classes with 20 pupilsjemergency basis regardless of ie'Bailey, tuition will be ?15 per each m the morning session a n d l f a m i l y income. imonth. Smithers. Valley Clinic in All members are urged to be present. Mrs. Annie Wahl is president. Your Bridge-work^^ o Mai1 Pleads Innocent In Theft Case HUNTINGTON, W. Va. C A P ) : w h i c h will receive suggestions -- Paul N. Hankish, 40, of i from faculty, students a n d j Wheeling, pleaded innocent in:alumni on ways to use the^ U.S. District Court here Satur-j grant. j day to a three-count indictment! Shearer said, "Primarily I' charging him with conspiracy, j a m concerned that the strong j theft, from interstate trans-!base in the arts and sciences in portation and interstate trans-;our educational programs here portation of'stolen property. ; and elsewhere be enhanced." Judge Sidney L. Christie set educational purpose related to the undergraduate programs of 1 the college," Ford officials told! AB President Richard Shearer, j Shearer has named three uni-j versity officials to serve with! him on an advisory committee,! REP.--SS.OnO plus--Outside sales experience or strong sales ability preferred. Will call on local business accounts in customer service. BSBA preferred. INSIDE S4LES-S5200 up - Supervisory ability plus some sales experienc« preferred. CALL 344-9fi64 308 Knight Bldg. 901 Quarrier St. By .lackip Uilrox North 7 5 4 3 V 9 A Q 9 K 5 3 West A K 9 V Q .1 in A Q Hi V K K ' * .1 7 li 2 » : * .! H i '2 J- (I !D Smith A A .1 K V A f, 4 * K ill 3 A A K 7 fi Thr bidding: South Wrst North 1 A pass I · 2 NT pass 3 NT Kast 6 6 2 West opened (he heart queen and on this particular hand it was unimportant, whether South won thp first trick or ducked. Using general good technique he held off until the t h i r d lead. After w i n n i n g the heart ace it was m a n d a t o r y to develop the d i a - mond suit in order to f u l f i l l his contract. 1. Stan Given and Larry togsdon 3. Mrs. Reuben Graham and Charles Gerwig MONDAY August 38 MONDAY NIGHT DUPLIC"TE 1. Roger Meadows and C a r l Crow 2. Jim Hahn and Harry Welsch W E D N E S D A Y August 23 WEST V I R G I N I A STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1 Bill Wick Jr. and D. L Olds 2 iVrs D L Olds and Reuben Graham 3. 'V.rv 8. Y. Hill and Mrs. D. B. 1 B Gumowski and Bill Wick Jr. 3. Jirn Morrison and Ed Maier Declarer led a diamond lo d u m m y ' s ace being careful to '.cad the len rather than the Toy which was the key play to; !he whole hand. If he had led East the three nothing bad would have pass happened on the first trick but a Huston P ass diamond back to the king would K p slf ^' rs the bad break and now i Mrs. EAST-WEST i -? Robert Raii^v ^nd Roger Meadows I-?. R. R. K.SPr and L. E Fra:ier 3-1 Gr-orqe Holler and F. E. Baker 3-4. r.-.rs. Reuben Graham and Mrs. EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH R D. Keiqhtley and Mrs. L. G. (trial for Hankish for Feb. 12 in ! T *f r» Charleston. Library Begins Hankish was arrested in 1969 j. Mrs. Larry Logsdon and Mr s . Amho-^in connection with an interstate nv soiomon au t 0 theft ring. EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. C. E. Crow and E. Y. Hill 2. Reuben Graham and Ed Hague 3,-4 Mrs. Reuben Graham and Tom! Moore 3-i J. R. Bird and F. E. Baker S A T U R D A Y August U BID AND MADE NORTH-SOUTH 1 Russ Henncn and Lyle Gillesoie 2, Jim Spence and Reuben Graham 3. Ruih Huston and Tom Lecfg EAST-WEST ' '.'rs. John Gatens and Mrs. Smilh 1. Hern Herring and David Pitts ] Robert Bailey and Roger Meadows pass pass Opening lead: Queen of hearts. rcveal The play ot today's hand is t n e tp n wf »ild h'oc'k the suit kill- 3 ' one ,. fairly simple but would find it easy to go wrong Since South was too strong for a one not.ruinp opening and weak to open t « o n o t r u m p . he o p e n e d o n e club. N'orth had a very m i n i m um response bill raise 'o :.:amo ill the f;i. e of Mrs. \Vilrov Smith's j u m p r c n i d . many of us ln S lhe dummy. A|len After leading the ten to the ^TI E I 1 | 5 ai'p. South, played a low diamond Atk-n S to the king. Fa.M pitching sparip. Now he was in a positio: to win five diamond tricks h' leading the three to finesse as ainst West's jack. . 'Morgan 1 A/'cConiMy i. V,rs D. The Kanawha County Public Library will begin its winter schedule on Tuesday. The mobilibrary will make 64 bimonthly visits to all parts of Charleston police are investi-!Kanawha County. Stops have gating the beating of a Newspa-'been added at the newly added per Agency Corp. employe who opened Jarrett Terrace. Or- was accosted by a group of chard Manor and Littlepage persons Friday night as he left Terrace. Children in grades one, a restaurant near the NAC through eight may participate in! building at Virginia and Met n e Noble Order of Bookworms! Farland streets. Reading Club. Children reading) i The 17-year-old employe was :ifi books during the school year; It-ken to Charleston General wili receive a certificate. \ BRIDGE CALENDAR Hospital where he was treated j Week of September 3 and released. I . T)| Sunday Night Duplicate-/, Police were notified and a milOCeilt rlca P.m. - Y W C A . Public inviled. patrol Mr wgs dispatcneJ to ^ Ho B m 3 e N T Y 7 Bridflelte Cluty ~ 1():30 s m S 9 ene - where an officer inter- JLjlterCCl | D ^dar'N,gw"1'ridae Club-7 p m ' ^ ' ' f HUNTINGTON, W. Va. (AP)j and M^ ciimon' H o m i of Mr; - H » rr v weisch. public !-A 22-year-old Huntingtoni '"«''»«· : f?,...,J^/«i. . c i m a n pleaded innocent Saturday! W E D N E S D A Y - . E «y A C E S - I O . X a m ^ / " f/O/ / ?/I '» $!*« in ul District C OUrt to 3 fed-1 aeni Kedem. cio s ea. ^ ( Pf, r lf fipdicatinn :Cral indictmcr 't charging himj .., ; ,u attempting to board an Ann Pollitt and Mrs. John! SUNDAY- C. Gall and Mrs. R. E Damel Ha" and '6* 'nre Yo-.mq anrj Lively and M,rv Eakle anr) Mrs, Tom Wcs' Virginia state College Duplicate- : with T H U R 5 D « Y August M NOVICE GAME R N. Ktsstn^er and Mrs. Torr L A S T W E E K ' S W I N N E R S SUNDAY Auqust 27 S U N D A Y NIGHT D U P L I C A T E NORTH.SOUTH ' ^ v '-. r^nri r-1 ' / ^ i A f 0 L ^iT, *rn Rrutv^ r.^harn ·' A . p,-.,.. , n rt Lv'» c «l!es E A 5 T - W E S T ,. -' '.'o-r '.on *^fi Bri^ A *vi 7:* n m New Dormitory, pubi.c invi.ed U. S. Sen. Jennings Randolph,, airliner" carrying 'a concealed i Novice Game-in M . m D ' W - Va -- w '" ^ the principal loaded pistol. n Mrs Harry weisch. Public speaker today at the dedication! U.S District Judge Sidney L ! john« n and vr, chaneJ'"ih^av ^nom D u D b c a t e ? ,,,, i o f t - h e Alum Creek Lions Park. Christie set trial for Richard The park project, sponsored Turner for Nov. 27. Turner re-i by the Alum Creek Lions Club,.mains free on $5,000 bond. i is located on Coal River Road He was arrested at Tri-Statei just off W Va. 14 at Alum Creek.'Airport last month when agents I """ festivities are scheduled to discovered a .32 caliber auto-| T H U R S D A Y NIGHT DUPLICATE ' '·'"' .' r .'.': CO' Arid Stan Given ? M ^ r - v \ V r X f K ^nrl AuJm MiMer - 1 V ' ard ·--, Oavl Fllit F R I D A Y August 35 KVBA V 0 9 T H 3 OUTH '·'. l.'n Pl'litt *r,r) lufa WvaM F R I D A Y - K V R A . - ; . is p m. Savnqs and Loan ' Charleston Buildirfc V r s H a r r y "*t* 7 we.sch. Public! begin at noon. malic pistol in his luggage RENTALS REAL ESTATE Housing purchases, rentals and leasing violations because of race, creed, color should be reported to the Charleston Human Rights Commission, phone 344-4862. 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