Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 11, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 11, 1955
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DUI 1 PA-.MWCI iftr a WANT AD' Taker ^ EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, HP, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1955 >^ WA'Vv V' W ' erve Center, Leader To Attend Recruiting Party Lt Col Miner A Gleason, conv mandant of the Mlith Center, Baltimore, will attend recruiting party Frlduy in the 1 man Room of the Queen pity Brewing^ompany. -. i , Colonel Gleason, commandant of the Reserve Cen ter m May,'is expected to "in the area from eaily evening through Saturday Aing Captain Ernest J Fauss, Wcommander of Flight J, states that this is the first acceptance received for invitations that have been extended to the staffs of the Reserve Center in Baltimore, the Jltlth Air-Reserve Group in Baltimore aiid the 9511th Air Squadron in Ha^erstown The party, which is sponsored by Flights J and M of the 9511th Apr Reserve Squadron, 1 is being held in order that Veterans' of the Cumberland area might learn of the advantages of participating in the Air Forces Reserve, training program In addition to the men already assigned to the night Air Reserve many veterans have been contac the ed and invited to attend the part in the Her- which begins at 8 p. m Captain Fauw says that tbei are many veterans whose nanx who was named are not on the Flight's mailing lii "en but who may be qualified for trau be ing He states that these nwp at Friday welcome to be at the party A pn morn- gram has been planned, includin refreshments and brief talks b the guests and by personnel Flights J and M Flights J and M will meet toda. at 8 p m in the Naval Armory o MeKaig's Hill for their schedule classes in administration Add Reserve i, ona i information of important concerning the forthcoming n cruifmg party will be discussed s ~ i 5 " In\ the fiscal' year. 1955, < carj carried through the Panama Cam set a record of 40,646301 tons more than I 1 ,, million tons over th previous.year. Jane Parker DONUTS .Cinnamon-Sugared / Plain 2 fti 39c Domestic Swiss CHEESE Sliced-Piece 49c i b . lona Barllelt PEARS 3 No.2'/il 1.00 1 WINEOW ST. Anne Page PRESERVES Peach-Pineapple Cherry-Apricot A&P APPLESAUCE 2 N :' 03 23c NEW RE'CRUITER^-The newest Air Force recruiter to be assigned B&e is M-Sgt Hartan M Aston, a native of Columbia? Pa; In" the Air 'Force since 1940 he saw action in the South Pacific County, Board Given Report On Finances By resolution the Allegany County!Board of Commissioners has accepted a number of roads in an exchange with the State Roads Commission The board accepted 12 roads un conditionally, seven others were accepted conditionally and two others were rejected Under terms of the resolution the exchange of the roads will be conie effective July, 1,. 1956; .Rejected by.the county i commissioners for inclusion in tHe.cbimty roads system we're. 1.36 miles of Stole Route 657.from Lonaconing o the Garrett County line and 12 miles .'of. 1 State -Route .743A. from U. S. Route 40 : lo State Route 638 a U. S. 40 at Eckhart. i Citizens ol Eckhart. have requested -retention of tt)is" stretch in the state roads system. Included among the 13.22 miles of .road" accepted by the' county commissioners is 3.98 miles accepted under certain conditions. For instance. Stale . Route 731 south 61 Barton will be accepted for 1.35 miles south to State Route 36 provided the SRC will transfer to the county the Flat Hock Bridge and approach and place an open steel" deck on a second bridge at Morrison.. - -, • . : :. The county will' assume responsibility for .22 miles of State^Route 7M 1 from Barton to.State Route 36 provided'the SRC'raises.* drainage ilpe running .'under.' the.- highway, corrects a drainage condition al Berry's., print shop arid surface treats the road. '."• Also accepted, conditionally Is .34 Where's the smart place to put your savings? Today million 1 ! of Americans will tell you that" the smart place to save your money is an insured Savings and Loan Association. They'll give you three good reasons why this is so... 1. You're smart to put your money where it brings you excellent returns Insured Savings and Loan Associations can invest most of their funds in sound, steady-paying home mortgages They really make your money work hafd for you. 2. You're smart to put your money where you know it's safe. In these Associations, it's protected by good management and substantial reserves And the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation—an agency of the U. S Government—insures your savings up to $10,000. 3. You're smart to deal with/, lendl), experi- enced people People who really know then communities People who arc right on the spot when you need them . r So it's-hardly surprising that Americans are now putting more of their hard-earned savings account dollars Mo insured Sa\ ings and Loan Associations than they put anywhere else And here's another important point When you're thinking of buying a home, remember that these Associations are the nation's largest single source of home mortgage loans! They make liberal loans They see to u that you get the money quickly—and at moderate rijtes. Shouldn't you get to know an insured Sayings and Loan Association in jw/r community? You'll find it's ^mighty good place to do business! ° Cumberland's Own First Federal Savings & Loan Association <w t <^ / . I J S .1 141 BalHmort Str^t ,- < ' \ • s ' CAB PropoW Local 'Port Certification j Outcome Depends On Club Suit By OSWALD JACOBY WrlUei Itr NEA Scrrlee The club suit m today's hand should prove highly interesting to all good bridge players Some such position often occurs in actual play. - t West opened the deuce of spades, declarer finessed dummy's queen, and East won with the king. East returned the jack of spades to dummy: ace, and declarer promptly drew two rounds of trumps. KOBTB <D> *AQ5 II WEST 49761 ¥72 #AJ51 + AJ9 EAST AKJ10 *Q108 Nwtk INT Pass »QI087 *K853 SOUTH 4t>S43 VAKJ109S • 3 + 74] North-South vul Emit g»uth W«t Pass 4V Past Pass Opening lead— A 2 Everything now depended on the clubs South was sure to lose tuo spades in all, and he could therefore afford to lose only one club trick. The standard play in such cases is: to lead *a low '.dub'' from the South hand "with the intention of Finessing dummy's nine.:This will drive oiit a picture card if West Happens to have the ten of clubs. Later on South will finesse the jack of'clubs, losing only one trick the suit- if West happens to ve one or more of the picture cards .together with (Be ten of lubs. When' South led : the deuce:.of clubS'in this case, West-was ready for him Instead of following suit with a low club and allowing Jummy's nine to force out. the -ing, West played the 'queen of clubs! -- ..".•- . •'. •' ':• Declarer won in the dummy with ;he ace of clubs..cashed the:ace of diamonds, and riturned to 'his land by ruffing a diamond. He then led ariqtber'towards dummy.. '-'•/-''•.• .• '•'.'•,• . '. This..tirrie.:West played :his low club, and South' had to guess. He miles of State Route .729 from Mos; cow'Mills: to. State Route 3S if the SRC-repairs; decking oh a bridge located there : -. : and surface treats Jie road. Also to be-taken, over, by Jie.couhty : 'i;ls .65 ^miles-,of..Stati- Soule 6S«-from- one. point'on'State Route 36 at Lonaconing to another point provided improvements are made to a bridge and the road gels surface treatment. The county also will take over Slate Route 654 or . .9 miles from State Route 36 to 'rostburg provided the SRC corrects a drainage problem at the foot of Welsh Hill,. : The county also' agrees to • assume responsibility for State Route from Linden Street in Frost- rarg to the Community Park, a distance of .36 miles for further ex- change'with the Mayor and City Council of Frostburg. The county also will accept State Routes 734B and D, two sections between Allegany Grove and Eckhart totaling 57 miles, provided the SRC constructs appropriate 'barricade and erects a dead-end sign. ; • -•••«*:.:: IMpi^'Kl •; • •: Mr : ; .-A :.;.«j.j« Teacher Credit Union To Meet ^, •*> A meeting of tlw directors and connhltte* of the Allegany County Teachers Credit Union will be held Wednesday at 7 30 p m at Hill 8'icny Airlines in 21 cities and the ould slill play dummy't nine of lutM, Jut as though nothing unusual bad takerf place As It hap- «oed M 'however, South, was con- inced tint West had started with ye king-queen of clubs Hence eclarer pu,t up the jack of.clubs rom the dummy, thus losing the ame contract. West's deceptive play might not .ork against a very suspicious Hanson Credit Committee mem eclarer, but it Is a handy play to be s are Kathryn Louglm, Nellie se against the avrage player _. . . _ will work far' more often than ot <J_Tt» Wddinj his «>e«n Mwtk tut S«tK We«t 1 Heart JUT. Pass Pass ISpide ? Pass „._.._,...., P« rmanel " Street School in Fros;burg. Employes of the Allegany County Board of Education and their families are eligible i'i membership Directors of the union are John Isaacs; arid Grace England. Supervisory -committee .membeis . are Margaret King, James Preaskorn, and Calvin Rankin. Treating--tobacco plant.-;bcds in the fall is usually more successful than'ln ihe spring. for Alle for Aiie District" of-Columbia. In Maryland, the permanent certification would include Baltimore, Hagerstown and Salisbury The CAB also proposed tempo Payment Deferred) .HARTFORD, Cotm-W- didn't bellev James B Grimes, 35, WASHINGTON UP) - The Civil when he told them he couldn't Aeronautics Board has proposed find a clerk to pay for the f» 89 box of'cigars he took out of a drug store. They said Grimes had'only in his pocket. - Manley, Joseph Haugen Paul ™? two-year certificates covering Footen, Margaret Beck, Mildied Allegheny service in Cumberland Beck, Margaret Doak, and Huth antl E as ' on Cambridge "Oldat40.50.60?" — Man, You're Crazy orM our «M. T&OUMWU »r« peppy »t 70.! pplne up" with O*W«, ConUloa took , rundu w& du« wtelr to body • Iron which many inn and wprnn eau IT mem and women e Try Oftm Tonic Tablet* tat ymin( - — "-.« vary day. "O«*» lliudi ' SHAVE CREAM (of speriy sluvit. bo-nci 1 HA I.UU FORD'S ' DRUG STORES: Cumberlond and Frortbuij What do you do' A_Taia. 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