Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 12, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
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Mil PA-2-4MO f«r a WANT AD' Tmktr EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD- WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1955 THREE Jacoby On . Bridge Cumberland Collects 31 Per Cent Of Annual U'vy Stubborn Bids Can Be Costly BY OSWALD JACOBY Wriltet for NBA Service When an opponent is determined to make a sacnfice bid against < J, it doesnt always paj to be ibborn about going oli with your n bidding In today & hand fyr example, West could have been doubled at five diamonds and set three tricks less .'the Honors. This Mould have given South a suie profit of 400 points whereas his actual bid of five spades put.him in a very shaky contract. When. the hand-was actually played, howevei South was not the cautious type He wasn't sat isficd to collect a small but sure penalty from West and perhaps the tesult justified his obstinacy .West ripened; the -.king of diamonds, and-South woii with the ace. 7 South drew four rounds of trumps, discarding ..<•. club and two hearts from the dummy, and then led the king of clubs. West took the-ace of clubs,;cash td the queen of diamonds and Ihen led the jack of diamonds: This nude it obvivui that he felt It He couldn't; afford to discard club, and he reluctantly discarded he jack of hearts, coming :o the lone king of hearts, Tins discard made the clear to South, so he led-the low leart to dummy's 'ace,; dropping Sasls king Now the queen of icarlb was set up for South's eleventh ..trick. NOBTH 13 *2 ¥A7J3 • 982 '4 Q 973 2. WEST EAST AS 410754 *10«4 VKJ82 • KQJJ0543 06 *A5 AJ8C4 SOUTH (O) *AKQJ983 WQ8 , « AT *MO North-South vul. 8nth' West : Ncrtk Cut 1*. 2*,, Pass 'Pass 4 * .: 5 #. .i.Pass . Pass 5» Pass: Pass Pass Opening lead—» K City Auditors Arthur B. Gibcon in h!& first quarterly report for this fiscal year announces the city has collected 31 per cent of the a levy set in August. The report on the condition o down the levy on September 30 showed total collections of $493 286 14, or Situation jo 9 per cent of the * 1,585 030 lei) "'" '"'•' Tax collections, far ahead o schedule, totajcd $281,877 51, 01 23 '. vital P" cent 0( t h « $1.128,500 tax le\y flie rosy report on tax collections Q—The bidding.has been: Ntrth Eirt South Wot 1 Heart Pass 1 Spade Pass INT Pass ' You, South, hold: •A«»»5 »J7«1 «J1«J +Z What do you'do7 A—Bid two heirU. I'M mmke this bid (* improve the c»ntri«t. Y«i da riot expect;. t» nike a game in view «J y»nr p»rtner'« minimum rabid. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as In fhe question just answered. You, South, hold: •AJ1M3Z VCJ.f-JUS +52 What do you do? Aamrr T reflected the fact that workers, in :he city finance derailment had lax bills out almost a week ahead of schedule. lax collections aie expected to >e in the vicinity of 85 per cent by October 24, .the last day taxes may xj paid at par The various departments of the Handiest ^ Locations in PITTSBURGH! ;vas a poor 'maneuver, for a shift to hearts would 'have giveiT.South quite a good deal to think about; As it was, Soiitli ruffed the' Ihird round of diamonds and led another (rump,' discarding- dummy's last low liearl.'South ;cx- pec(ed;'to lead : his club to. dum-^ my's queen, arid ruff a club in. the hope of dropping the jack, but he saw no harm in applying pressure with his ncxt-lo-Iast trump. Poor East felt tlie pressure and Talk On Plastic Feature Qiniicr Here A talk on plastics will be given at the Cumberland -Optimist Club lintier at 6:15 p. m. at Central MCA. . /•-.-•/ .', ... •-.'•.•;' v Arthur C.'Morgan, .president, ' and CharlesS.-KoJb.-general manager of the Artihor Plastics Corporation, Oldtowii Road;..will discuss the.products'they produce.. Extra Savings In lot fttpirln ROM Po»ibU F«l better fust—g« ettrn economy, loo. Buy St. Joseph Aspirin in giant 200 tablet bottle for only 79f-lcss than %i a tablet—and you're sure to have it handy.when you need iti fast help. Buy St. Joseph Aspirin today. . . . . Advertisement ,ln In* httirt of the Golden Triahg!*'* •400 outsido rooms * bdth • televiiion • Air Conditioning • A Tianttc 1-6970 Not*) PHtibyrffetr MOTEL Oppoilt* Gtttltr Pittsburgh Airport •S6aU-'cor,dii:on*d roorni * til* balh • televiiion • private phon* 'Courttiy CJT to and horn mottl >Mi I 4 5152 V JOS.f DUDOy GEN ><Clt. 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