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Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Saturday, October 13, 1990 35 Hospitals HAZLETON-ST. JOSEPH Visiting Hours: General: Noon to 2, 5:30 to 8 p.m. Maternity: Fathers: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Others: 2 to 3:30, 7 to 8 p.m. Admissions Amanda Lee Knecht, 1005 Lincoln St., Hazleton. Donna Piccione, R.R. 2, Drums. Diane J. Polchin, 222 Lauder-burn Avenue, Weatherly. Discharges Rose C. Boris, 118 S. Laurel St., Hazleton. Samantha Boyer, 131 N. Broad. St., West Hazleton. Matthew Peter Peruchetti, R.R. l.Freeland. Darla Pfahler, 261 Main St., Fern Glen. Renee Catherine Sarley, 27 W. Third St., Hazleton. GOOD SAMARITAN Admissions Cody Fegley, R.D. 1, Box 430, Barnesville. Rose Frigoni, 113 John St., Girardville. Discharges Bette Becker, Water St., Mahanoy Plane. Anthony Vislusky, Shenandoah. ASHLAND STATE GENERAL Admission Mary Slotterback, Ashland. Discharge Jennie Wink, Lavelle. DISCHARGED David C. Goach, 949 Norman St., Weatherly, who was a surgical patient at Geisinger Medical Center, Danville, has been discharged and is recuperating at his home. Tho AOO "Guess if you can, choose if you dare." Pierre Corneille. South lost not only today's slam but also the post-mortem. He tried to justify his play by citing the probability tables, but he didn't win either battle. Lurking at his side was a kibitzer mathematician who knew more about probabilities than he did. South ruffed out East's club ace to establish a winner in dummy, but it was of no use. The key to success Ringtown Correspondent: Mae Klingerman, 5 E. Main St. Phone 889-3663 BAKE AND SOUP SALE The Pollyanna Class of the United Methodist church will hold a bake and soup sale on Saturday, Nov. 3, starting at 9 a.m. at the Senior Citizen building. Lunch will be available. There will be a white elephant table and some crafts. SKATING PARTY The Ringtown United Methodist Church will sponsor a skating party on Oct. 20 from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. at Skatetown, Bloomsburg. Tickets will be available at the door or from the pastor, the Rev. Cowan, 889-3605. Everyone is welcome. LUNCHEON There will be a super sandwich luncheon at the Mt. Zion Lutheran Church today from 3 to 7 p.m. sponsored by the women of the church. Proceeds will be matched by Lutheran Brotherhood 8650. The public is invited. HALLOWEEN PARADE A Halloween parade will be held Saturday, Oct. 27, sponsored by the Ringtown Area Lions Club. Participants will form at Wenco at 1 p.m. The parade will begin at 1:30 p.m. Prizes will be awarded for ages 0 to 3 years; age 4 to kindergarten; grades 1 and 2; grades 3 and 4; and grades 5 and 6 in the following categories: Prettiest, ugliest, ' scariest and most original. The parade will end at the i Ringtown Firehouse where I refreshments will be served. f TRIP DATE CHANGED ; The bus trip to New York City ; which was originally scheduled for ' Dec. 1 has been changed to Sunday, ' Nov. 18. ROSARY RECITATION The rosary will be recited at all Masses during the month of Oc-; tober. Leaders for October are Ruth Milosh, Anna Tait, Linda Lorah, Catherine Walters and Eleanore Milewski. 4" ALTAR GUILD MEETING ; St. John's Lutheran Church Altar Guild reorganizational meeting will be held Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. A plan-" ning meeting will be held at 7:30 ; p.m. for St. John's Sunday school leaders or helpers to plan the " Christmas program. TRICK OR TREAT NIGHT "Trick or Treat" night in 'J Ringtown borough was announced ' as Friday, Oct. 26, from 6 to 9 p.m. Residents desiring Halloweeners should have their porch lights on. ' Police and fire police will be on patrol. HAZLETON GENERAL Visiting Hours General: 1 to 8 p.m. Admissions Winifred M. Kolbush, 4 S. Butler St., McAdoo. Catherine Feussner, Freelan. Shirley Gaffney, R.R. 1, Hazleton. Agnes B. Dzuranin, 20 N. Manning St., McAdoo. Andrew Zubatch, 82 Back St., Jeddo. Discharge James F. Holloman, 102 E. Blaine St., McAdoo. COALDALE GENERAL Admissions Gladys Weaver, 224 W. Rowe St., Tamaqua. Clara McKinley, R.R. 2, Nes-quehoning. Discharges Kathryn Vacchiano, Lansford. William Wagner, Tamaqua. Births HAZLETON-ST. JOSEPH A son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Dino Deritis, 427 E. Chestnut St., Hazleton. The mother's maiden name is Donna Marie Milot. A son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Todd Truskey, R.R. 1, Nesquehoning. The mother's maiden name is Dorianne McGorry. A daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. James Polchin, 222 Lauderburn Avenue, Weatherly. The mother's maiden name is Diane Stump. A son bom to Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Piccione, R.R. 2, Drums. The mother's maiden name is Donna Postupack. By Bobby Wolff Syndicate rested with holding the trump suit to only one loser. At trick two, South crossed to dummy's spade king and led a low trump from dummy. East played low and South suffered before he played low, finessing against a possible Q-x. West won the queen; later East got his ace and the slam went one down. "It was a pure guess," alibied South. "It was just as likely for East to hold the queen as it was for West." Enter the kibitzing mathematician. "You're right about the odds being 50-50 on the queen," said the K.M. "But that applies only if trumps are 2-2. Since you had no second entry to dummy, your deep finesse would also lose to A-Q-x or Q-x-x with East. Therefore, it was right in this instance to play the king. The king wins 50 percent of the time when trumps are 2-2 (Q-x with West), and it also wins when West holds a singleton queen." NORTH K7 5 V643 J 10 9 K Q 7 5 WEST EAST 10 642 9 3 VQ A52 8432 4765 J 10 98 A6432 SOUTH AQ J8 K J 10 9 8 7 AKQ Vulnerable: Both Dealer: South The bidding: South West North East 2 V Pass 3 Pass 4 Pass 4 V Pass 4 Pass 5 4 Pass 6 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Club jack BID WITH THE ACES South holds: 493 A 5 2 765 A6432 North South IV 2 34 ? ANSWER: Four clubs. Partner's motives are unclear, but it's safe to cooperate with four clubs. This hand has great potential, with the ace in each of partner's suits. Send bridge questions to The Aces, P.O. Box 12363, Dallas, Texas 75225, with self-addressed, stamped envelope for reply. Hughes' estate finally settled WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) -Fourteen years after his death, the estate of billionaire recluse Howard R. Hughes Jr. has been settled. Records show that $1.13 billion, the bulk of Hughes' estate, was administered, through Chancery Court by his cousin, William R. Lummas. The court approved the final accounting of the Delaware administration of the estate Tuesday. The heart of Hughes empire was invested in Summa Corp., a personal holding company incorporated in Delaware. Hughes died in 1976 at the age of 72. Report of the market NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market pulled out of a steep three-session slide with a rally Friday aided by a decline in oil prices. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials climbed 32.92 points to 2,398.02, cutting its loss for the week to 112.62 points. Advancing issues outnumbered declines by nearly 3 to 2 in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed stocks, with 917 up, 640 down and 432 unchanged. Volume on the floor of the Big Board came to 187.49 million shares, up from 180.06 million in the previous session. Nationwide, consolidated volume in NYSE-listed issues, including trades in those stocks on regional exchanges and in the over-the-counter market, totaled 224.66 million shares. Oil prices dropped amid conjecture that chances might be improving for a break in the stalemate with Iraq in the Persian Gulf. Specifically, analysts cited a report attributed to Iraq's opposition party that President Saddam Hussein had been soliciting opinions on the possibility of withdrawing from Kuwait. Police get help from TV show with old case ROME, N.Y. (AP) - Police say they may be close to unraveling a 14-year-old murder publicized nationally this week on the television show "Unsolved Mysteries." On Wednesday night, the show featured a re-enactment of the murder of Stanley Gryziec. Gryziec was 59 when he was shot and killed Nov. 6, 1976, in his home in south Rome. His wife, Esther, was tied up in the kitchen while two men ransacked the house. She died two years later of natural causes. Rome Deputy Police Chief David Combs confirmed Friday that investigators had a strong suspect. "We think we know who did it, but we're not at liberty to talk about his whereabouts," Police Chief Edward Cretaro said Thursday. "That was the whole purpose of the show, to get more information, to button it up." The program generated about 150 telephone calls nationwide from people offering information on the crime, Cretaro said. However, Cretaro said his department did not have enough evidence to convict that suspect of a crime. "We have enough to indict, but probably not enough to convict," Cretaro said. "We don't want to indict without a conviction." Composite sketches of the two suspects were shown on the show, which revealed several pieces of information that had not been made public before. The program also suggested that police botched the investigation and hinted at a possible coverup, saying that some "crucial evidence" in the case is missing. Cretaro said he was not aware that any physical evidence was missing, but said "anything's possible." Initially, a pathologist attributed Gryziec's death to a stab wound. But Gryziec's son Martin found a spent .25-caliber shell casing in the dining room after police finished searching the house for evidence and turned it over to a detective. DNAtest casts doubt on suspect SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) - The first DNA test performed in a homicide case in Onondaga County history has raised the possibility that the defendant isn't guilty. The tests show conclusively that semen found on the body of the victim, Eugene Topolski Sr., was not that of the defendant, John Covich, Senior Assistant. District Attorney Patrick Quinn said Thursday. "It was bizarre as far as I was concerned," Quinn said of the test results. "It's unbelievable." The test raises the question of whether Covich committed the murder, according to his defense lawyer, Vincent Finocchio. The DNA tests, performed by the FBI, involved the comparing of the genetic makeup of the semen to a sample of Covich's blood. Quinn said that with this new information, he will ask state Supreme Court Justice Walter T. Gorman to dismiss a count of oral sodomy against Covich. However, other charges, including felony murder, will stand, Quinn said. Covich's trial is scheduled to begin Oct. 22. Covich, 24, of Syracuse, also faces a second murder count, accusing him of acting so recklessly that his conduct amounted to a depraved indifference to human life. He's also charged with first-and second-degree manslaughter and petit larceny. Topolski's body was found last Dec. 17 in a West Seneca Turnpike shop after his family reported him missing to police. Police originally thought Topolski died accidentally during sex, but an autopsy showed evidence of a violent sex act. But brokers also said the economic and financial news offered little evidence of lasting relief from the recession worries that have plagued the market for several months. The Labor Department reported that the wholesale price index of finished goods jumped 1.6 percent in September, propelled by surging energy prices. Negative news had been widely anticipated from the index, which provides a measure of inflationary pressures in the distribution pipelines of the economy. Still, brokers said, the figure served as a damper on whatever hopes existed for a relaxation of the Federal Reserve's credit policy any time soon. Chemical Banking fell 5fe to 125& on top of a Wa -point loss Thursday, when the bank holding company reported a $43.7 million loss for the third quarter and cut its quarterly dividend from 68 cents a share to 25 cents a share. Other money-center bank issues turned in a mixed showing. J.P. Morgan rose VA to 33V4; BankAmerica gained Yi to 183s; Citicorp was unchanged at 135s, and Manufacturers Hanover dropped 34 to 19V4. Auto stocks were mostly higher, aided by word that car sales paced a 1.1 percent rise reported by the Commerce Department in retail sales during September. General Motors rose 1V to 3634; Ford Motor gained 7a to 30V , and Chrysler was unchanged atlOVi. Among general-merchandise retailers, J.C. Penney added l'i to 393; K mart Vs to 247s, and Sears Roebuck Vi to 23. As measured by Wilshire Associates' index of more than 5,000 actively traded stocks, the market increased $34.41 billion, or 1.24 percent, in value. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks gained 2.22 to 164.42. Standard & Poor's industrial index rose 4.66 to 351.52, and S&P's 500-stock composite index was up 4.57 at 300.03. The NASDAQ composite index for the over-the-counter market gained 1.94 to 323.55. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index closed at 293.97, up .26. Philadelphia produce duii afict PUT A I API rtTsnAi Tradine on the Philadelphia produce market Friday was moderate and supplies were adequate. Cucumbei, green onions, peppers, squash, and strawberries were higher. Beans, broccoli, iceberg and romaine lettuce, and spinach were lower. Prices for other commodities were about unchanged Here is the preliminary report: Asparagus Chile 12-lb. carton bunched 12s iumbo: 18.00; Extra large: 20.00; Peru large: '20.00-22.00 Beans NJ. bushel crate round green type: 8.00-10.00; Va.: 7.00-8.00 Beets NJ. crate bunched 12s topped: 5 .50- 6.00 Blueberries Supplies insufficient to quote Broccoli Calif, carton bunched 14s: 13.00-16.00; Maine 18s: 14.00 Cabbage N.J. 1-3-4 bushel crate or carton medium green: 4.00-4.50; Pa.: 4.00-5.00; Pa. red: mostly 6.00; Canada: 6.00-7.00; Pa. savoy type: costly 6.00; Canada: 6.0O-7.OO; N.Y. 50-Ib. sacks large green: 3.00 Cantaloupes Calif. 1-2 carton 18s: 9.00 Carrots Calif. 48-1 lb. film bags medium-large: 8.00-9.50; Canada medium: 5.00; Calif. 50-lb. sacks loose jumbo: 5JO-7.O0; Wise.: 5.00; Mich.: 5.00 Cauliflower Calif, carton film wrapped 12s: 12.00-14.00; 16s: 11.00-12.00 Celery Calif, carton 1-1-2 doz.: 11.00; 2 dot: 11.00-12.00; 2-1-2 doz.: 11.00-12.00 Corn Fla. wirebound crate approximately 4-1-2 doz. yellow: 8.00; N.Y. white: 7.00-8.00; Fla.: 9.00-9.50 Cucumbers N.Y. 1-1-9 bushel carton waxed medium: 7.00-7.50; Fair quality: 4.00-4.50; Ga.: 7.00-7 JO; Fair quality: mostly 4.00 Eggplant NJ. 1-1-9 bushel carton medium including wrapped: 5.00-6.00; Ga. wrapped: 7.00 Endive NJ. 1-1-9 bushel crate 4 carton: 4.0O-5.00 Esctrole NJ. 1-1-9 bushel crate & carton: 4.00-5.00 Grapes 21 -lb. carton lug film bags Thompson seedless: 14.00-16.00; Large: 17.00-18.00; One label: 19.00-21.00; Eame seedless: 14.00-17.00 Greens Pa. crates A carton approx. 1-1-2 bushel bunched collards: 5 .50-6.00; Mustard: 6.00; Turnip tops, kale & rape: 5.50-6.00; NJ. collards, mustard, turnip tops & kale: 5.00-6.00; Dandelion A'Swiss chard: 7.00 Leeks NJ. crate bunched 12s: 7.00-8.00 Lettuce-iceberg Calif, carton 24s: 14.00-16.00; Film wrapped: 15.00-18.00; NJ.: 11.00 Lettuce -romaine Calif, carton 24s: 13.00-17.00; Crate: 19.00-20.00; NJ. carton 24s: 8.00 Lettuce -others Calif. Big Boston carton 24s few: 12.00; Bibb: Supplies insufficient to quote; Calif leaf carton 24s including red: 12.00-15.00 Mushrooms Pa. 4 -quart basket medium-large: 5.00-5.50; Small-medium: 4.0O-4.5O; 10-Ib. carton medium: 9.00-9.50; Large: 11.00-12.00; Packages 10-12 oz.: 9.00-9.50; 3-lb carton Shiitake: 17.00-18.00; Fair quality: 10.00-1100 Onions-dry Colo. 50-Ib. sacks yellow unless otheiwi&e stated jumbo: 6.30; Idaho-Oregon Spanish hybrid type jumbo: 6.50-7.00; N.Y. globe type medium: 3.00-5.00; 25-Ib. sacks medium: 4.00; Mich, globe type medium: 5.00; 25-lb. sacks red large: 5.50 Onions-green NJ. carton bunched 48s: 13.00-14.00 Parsley NJ. bunched 5 doz. curly crate & bushel baskets: mostly 8.00; Plain: 9.00-10.00 Peppers - NJ. 1-1-9 bushel carton Calif, wonder type green medium: 9.00; Calif, extra large: 13.00-14.00; Urge: 11.00-12.00; Pa. extra large-large: 10.00; Medium-Urge: 8.00; Small-medium: 6.00 . Potatoes - N.Y. Long Island 50-lb. sacks round whites: 5.25-5 JO; Large: 7.25-7.50; DeL: 5.00-5.25; Large: 7.00-7.25; Maine large: 7.00; Canada cd. 1 Prince Edward Isle: 5.25; Wise round reds: 8.00-8.50; Size B: 12.50-13.50; N.Y.: 7.00-8.00; Size B: 11.00; Minn.-N.D.: 8.00-9.00; Size B: 12.00-13.00; Idaho russets 50-lb. carton count including norkotah 70-80s: 12.00-13.50; 90s: 11.00-12.50; 100s: 9.00-1 l.OO; 120s: 9.50-10.00; Wise, norkotah 70-80s: 9.00-10.00; 90s: 8.00-9.00; 100s: 7.00-7.50 n c Radishes Ohio carton red 30-6 ounce film bags: 3.50-4.50; Minn.: 3.50-3.75 Spinach NJ. savoy type bushel basket: 5.00-6.00 Squash - Ga. 1-2 & 5-9 bushel crate 4 carton zucchini medium: 4.00-5.00; NJ. small-medium: 6.00-8.00; Medium: 4.00; N.C. yellow straightneck small-medium: 5.00-6.00; Fla. small-medium: 6.00-8.00 Strawberries - Calif. 12-1-pint trays medium via air 17.00-18.00; Preferred labels: 24.00-27.00 Sweet potatoes - N.C 40-lb. carton jewel type uncured: 7.00-8.00; NJ. 1-2 bushel carton uncured yellow jersey: 7.00-8.00 Tomatoes: Ohio 25-Ib. carton 85 percent of better U.S. 1 6 X 6s: 13.00-13.50; 6 1 7s: 11.00; Calif. 5 x 6s: 15.00; 6 x 6s: 13.00; NJ. no grade mark vine ripe large: 10.00; Medium: 6.00-7.00; Pa. no grade mark vine ripe large: 10.00-12.00; Plum type: Supplies insufficient to quote; Fla. A Calif, cherry type flats 12-1 pint trays: 13.00 Turnips - Pa. topped 25-lb. film bags small-medium: 5.00 , Watermelons - Fla. average weight per melon jubilee: 4.50-5.00; Texas carton all sweet 3s: 12JO New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK (AP) - Friday 4 p.m. nations) prices tor New York Sloe Exchange issues: PE Sales Last Chg. - A A -AMR 10 4323 43 2 ARX 6 55 2Vi ASA 3a 1062 435i- AbtUb S .04 19 5992 40V. 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Wynns .60 9 42 14 -X-Y-Z-Xerox 3 6 3579 3254 V ZenithE 1710 4 Vi Most active : N.Y. stocks NEW YORK (Af) - SM. p.- pre M net tfryl e 15 moat CM Von Saw Ex-' cMrgi smi , Xff rcr a Jv 11 . Nim Volume List Ckg. CtrtenorEn 7.6C2.3C0 II WHMirt I 4,032,300 21 H Citicorp 2,811,500 13 PNMor 2,(12,900 4 H IBM 2,301,100 100 - GirEW 1.847,600 53 1 Wu'.iMgt I 1.861 (CO JO. V. Oiirty 1.676.900 90 - CM-B 1.659100 12H - PtpiiCo I 1.658.200 23 1V Ann TIT 1,653,500 32 Vi AnExpr 1,616,700 19 ConpaqCpt I 1,373,500 36 -2Vi SirMotort 1,351,200 36 tlVi Enor, 1,338,500 46)4 What stocks did NEW YOUK 1 - Oct. 12 tm. Frtday r kfivM 91? 301 Declirae 60 1290 UrcMr-jM 432 " Total nsue 1969 2007 New tiigr-j 3 3 N low 23 375 Nonferrous metals NEW YORK (AP) - Spot nonferrous metal prices Friday. Aluminum - $1,860 per metric ton, London Metal Exchange. Copper - $1.3865 a pound, U.S. destinations. Copper - 127.75 cents per pound, NY Comex spot month Friday. Lead - 43-48 cents a pound. Zinc - .67:5-.7000 cents a pound, delivered. Tin $3.9912 (Metals Week composite price per lb.) Gold - $388.25 Handy & Harman (onlv daily quote). Gold - $387.50 per troy oz., NY Comex spot month Friday. Silver - $4,320 Handy & Harman (only daily quote). Silver - $4306 per troy oz., NY Comex spot month Friday. Mercury - $24O.OO-J25O.0O per 76 lb flask, New York. Platinum - $408.00-$422.00 troy oz N.Y. (contract). Platinum - $416.90 N.Y. Merc spot per troy oz. Friday. Local slocks 27 6 78 1222 4l5i H 1489 14'. - 0 - 507 6'4 3890 38'4- 2611 15V. '4 2373 35Vi 5774 225i Vi 7868 425i 1 2858 21)4 2233 1 '4 2762 13 '4 4952 33 '4- 158 11-16 '4 3821 39 1 6824 41'4 Courtesy Janney Montgomery Set PRICE .....44 ....44 .... 9 ...32H ..... 6 ..... 2 ....2414 ...,18Vi ....28 .... 8Vi ...2554 Ask 5' 1 14V. Air Products. Amencen Stores Amen Corp Cooper Industries... Fay's Drugs.., Hills Dept. Store K-Mart PNC Financial Temple Inland United Jersey Bank.. Wes Market (M E Environmental 5)4 Etc. 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