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March 9, 1978

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Bridge Tourney For To Be Played Town March 15 15th at the ANCEs All playing the same car- dhands at the same time, more than 25,000 players in the United States, Canada and overseas will try for high matchpoint scores. Prizes and master points will he awarded at all levels, from the world-wide best to six winning pairs in each unit game. ACBL-designated charities for 1978 are the Mental Health Association of the United States and Canada. The entire card fee of $1.75 will go to the ACBL Charity Foundation; expenses and refreshments will be donated by the Charles Town Club. In the Fall world-wide charity game last year, 506 unit games produced total donations of $46,199 for authorities research. The hands to be played on the 15th will be computer dealt and sealed, to be opened by the ACBL Director at game time, along with expert analyses of the hands for after the game. In duplicate bridge all North- South pairs play the same hands and all East-West plays the same opposing cards against them, as they move from table to table, thus eliminating the luck of the deal. The best in each direction gets a match-point top, the second best gets one match point less, and so on. In a 12-table game, the match points for eachhand would be 11 for a "cold top", 10 points for second best, and so on down to zero for a "cold bottom". For 24 hands perfect score would be 264 match points. Two-thirds of perfect, 176 points, would be considered a fine score. In the simultaneous charity game, after determining the unit winners, the Director will transpose the scores into per- centages and forward them to Memphis headquarters for comparison with the thousands of other pair scores. Winners last year world-wide were Mr. and Mrs. Michel Allard of Quebec with a remarkable 78.6 percent score. Winners in District 4, which includes Charles Town, were R. Buchanan, of Wilmington, DelaWare, and E. Woltz of ! Cambridge, Md. CLUB'S LOCAL CHARITIES When it comes to charity, Ginny Allen, treasurer, stated that hearts is the Club's long suit, announcing that donations to local charities from Sep- tember 1973 to January 1978 amounted to $2,683, as follows: Charles Town Library, $825; Locust Grove Nursing Home, $400; Old Opera House, .$350; Weston State Hospital, $275; Heart Fund, $153; Flowers for shut-ins, $140; Citizens Fire Co., $130; Independent Fire Co., $130;' Jefferson Memorial Hospital, $120; others, $160. PUBLIC SALE QF FARM EQUIPMENT Winners of the Charles Town weekly game last Wednesday were: North-South -- Sharland Trotter-Farley Whitley, lst; Jane and John Duffy, 2nd; Ginny AllenNin Catozella, 3rd. East- West -- Harriet Hayes-Fred zMayer, lst; Sandy Goodrich- Craig Dodson and Louise Ramey-John Allen, tied for 2rid and 3rd place. Games are Wednesday nights at 7:45 p.m. at the Civic Center, open to all players, and John Allen is the ACBL director. Lawrence E. Franklin Retires From Harpers Femj Park Service Lawrence E. Franklin, a well known resident of Berryville and Clarke County in nearby Virginia, recently retired from Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, after 23 years of federal service. Mr. Franklin's first project as a Park Service carpenter was assisting in the restoration of the [ Theatre Campaign Medal with historic Harper House, 1782. ] five Bronze Battle Stars. Following the completion of this [ Franklin spends much of his restoration he has been.involved I time, since retirement, helping in nearly all of the other I his friends and neighbors. At the buildings now restored at [ present he is donating much of Harpers Ferry. Ibis time to the repair and During World War II, he was Corp. Franklin in the Air Force 13th Troop Carrier Squadron, engaged in the battles of Guadalcanal, New Guinea, Northern Solomons, Western Pacific and others. Lawrence Franklin's military decorations include the Asiatic Pacific restoration of the Keystone Baptist Church which he is a member. Lawrence Franklin and his wife, the former Mary Car- peeler, reside in their home in Berryville. Future plans include a possibility of establishing a cabinet shop for him at their SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON Farmer's ADVOCATE 7 THURSDAY, MARCH 9,1978 house, contribute to deserving young D OM.dl Iffv,,, [people, please contact Michael ObUUL Ipl J Malone, District Executive for 11=L, ['-- II.'J..,...,.I the Boy Scouts of America at IIIdHR3 rm UllliUlm$1 7032-2551, or at home at 304- The Boy Scouts of Berkeley, 1263-7007. Jefferson and Morgan counties The Shenandoah Area Council, would like to thank Mr. and Mrs. I Boy Scouts of America, is a Melvin Dodson, Larry Pitt- snogle, John B. Keefer, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kibler, for their contributions of uniforms The Scouts are using the uniforms and they appreciate them greatly. If anyone else has Scout uniforms they would like to i participating agency of the United Fund of Winchester - Frederick County, the Front Royal - Warren County United Way, the United Way of Berkeley County, W. Va., Inc., and the United Givers Fund of Jefferson Countv. AJAX POWDER CLEANSER 4i88 c ROSE DAWN CONTROL TOP PANTY HOSE 88 c CHARLIE COLOGNE bY 280 STP CARBURETOR TAIL PiPE CLEARER DAHDARE 13 Ounce Can 3" X 42" roll R.u,er OOC ..ule. aa 1.49 go-- 1.39 O0 WE SELL MONEY Another Exlra Service Io YOU from your Peoples PharmaclSlea. PATIENT COUHSELIH6 The very best medication, if taken improperly, may not give you the full benefits thai your doctor intended. Our professionally seleqted, eye-catching, warning labels remind yov how to avoid possible reaction of your medi- cation with food, alcoholic beverages, or other drugs to avoid any discomforts or dangers Remember too, that our pharmacisls" are always available to discuss your medication with you personafly. VEHICLES, ETC. ,Da.iry Herd and leased my farm, I will sell TMMLL  ] $C0S /aU ',c Auction. Located 4 miles southwest of HiSS EDGER i TURF BUILDER i ,,., 2 miles west of Burch's Box Factory. Regular24.99 I Regular 16.99 i Ute 51 east to Middleway, follow signs. r.,"::,':,.;':: 88 -o o.U: 0 ta*e Route 51west to Middleway, follow [hl:Imotor' 10 I-... 14eei BEGINS AT 10:30 A.M. " ..... FA P'J'4 MACHINERY J tel, wide front, canopy; Ford 4000 Int. B Tractor with cult; Oliver 70; w-2 row corn head; Grass Head; 5/0" X 50 FOOT 2 J.D. No. 216 covered forage wagon; Int. 51 forage wagon; 3 no-till corn planter w-fert, and J. D. 4 row conventional nsport disk; 3 other disks; S. T. 6 months old; M.F. grain elevators; P.T.O. winpower spreader; horsewagon; tractor press; new Miller Arc welder; large lot glass pipeline; calf wChev. Feed truck with blower; Alleys jeep Pick-Up 4-Wheel Drive; Home. Kit. Elevation Checkmate D. Refrigerator; Wood and Coal Admiral T.V. and Stereo Comb.; ny Bed; Box Springs and Mat- 1 wringer washer, 1 auto. PEAT POTS Beg of 25 ,J, ,, - GARDEN HOSE 2 4 round pots " o, ., sa,. ' Nylon Reinforced hose. -=v ....... Regular 6.99 2188 c 5oo HI OiS CAN I ,s,:;to, i i ,,.3. I .':,"hg i i 2eo [ i" I FOR ANY ACCIDENTS ON FURNITURE, SMALL NOTHING nd Orndorff REMOVED UNTIL W. A. 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TAMPAX _ [: TAMPONS i '): Regular 1.99 m ) 2i2i WITH CHARGE YOUR PURCHASES WITH MAJOR CHARGE CARDS HILLoALE SHOPPING CENTER CHARLES TOWN, WeVA.