Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 18, 1955 · Page 3
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Mil PA.2i<600 for *'' WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, ' Mb* < TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1955 THREE. Lewis Gets Building Permit '»' ;/v ' ;v; ''-' • •" • • '"'•'. Roy.L»wl«',;700 Montreal Avenue, wi« »r«Bted!i yiding; permit ... , IhV Engineering .'.Department yes terd«y'to : erect-'* 'combinatjoh of.-) fice and restaurant in: the area where 1 . the proposed Industrial ;• Boulevard is to be located. -• Hewevir/'ci'ty-Solicitor Thoma.- B. Finin-wrote 'a letter .to Lewis explaining that the city had stakei •ut that part of the property whic' was to be purchased by the Stal |> Roads :cdmriiissioh,'. that'the SR 1 had been notified of Lewis' plan t by build oh the lot, and that he wa risking future condemnation proceedings if he built the structure. Lewis earlier had told the Mayo end City Council he was satisfied with a property trade between him ielf-and the city but. that he dii jit think it was. (air that the city •hpuld hold up his permit to build ii property for which he is paying .ixes. •'.-'• from ... SHONTER'S Featuring Only The Besf In Coal and Gas Space Heaters "Warm Morning" Coal Heater "MOORE" Gas Heater SHONTER FURNITURE STORE 128-130 N. Centre St. Phone PA 2-7575 bsenbaum's Refinish your Floors like new in only 10 minutes 1.49 Piijt 149 Quorr 4.49 !/i Gallon 7.98 •Gallon SUPER-WIPE • repairs scratches and wear. • Reconditions the surface. • Restores original smooth- WOOD - LINOLELUM - ASPHALT TILE It's- new—different—not a wax or pqlish, but a •lustrous, beautiful FINISH for oil types of floors. Takes only 10'minutes to do on overage room. Free • handy applicator with every can. Clean- transparent coating dries in 4 hours for lustrous beauty and protection. ..- HOUSEWARES—FOURTH FLOOR Jacoby On Bridge As Trunips G,6 So Does Hand By'•• OSWALD 'l ACOBY Wrillen for NBA Service Toa°ay. we continue the series o :rump play with a hand that in :roduces an.- important principle It is dangerous to let the opponenl weaken your'trump suit., If you trump suit goes, the whole'ban usually goes with it. Let's • see' how this works ou with today's hand. Perhaps yo don't like the contract; 1 won argue with you about that, telh plays the hand at no-trump ic is sure to win at least 10 tricks Sven South can play ..the hand a no-trump and win nine tricks. Bu South plays the hand-at hearts I cash in on his honors. Let him wh ias never made a bold bid fo he sake of 100 honors voice th 'irst complaint.' - NORTH (D) '4>K53, . IS , . »AKJJ *A74 WIST. EAST *J 1096 * AQ8? V92 * 7 4 2 AQ1098 SOOTH .¥8754 « 8 5 *J82 • Q1096 ' -:+K53 East-West «L .North Eut Sooth Wot i 1 « Pass 1 V Pass 1 N.T. Pass 3 » Piss 3¥ Pass 4» PMS Pass Pass Opening lead-^4 3 Against the contract of fou hearts, West. leads the jack spades. The suit is continued, an South must decide whether or .0 ruff the third spade. South shouldn't ratf (hat thir spade. He" should simply discar one of the small clubs, that he iound to lose sooner or later. Th gives the opponents their clu :rick early instead of late, but costs South nothing at all. .What can the opponents do now [f they lead a fourth spade, dumm can safely ruff with the ten learts. South will still have h four top trumps -with which extract all the trumps held by th enemy. The rest of the hand w then play itself. South makes a great deal trouble for himself if he ruffs th third spade. If he then tries draw trumps, he will run out trumps while West still has; trump and a good spade. West w eventually take two more tricks defeating the contract. It's true that South might ma age to make the game contra even if he ruffed the third spad but he would have to break • th trumps 3-3 or. get some other luck break. He has no problem at a if he discards a club on the thir spade. The discard is only half of tl story. The other half of the sto is that dummy has a trump to slo the enemy's suit, thus relaxing K pressure on declarer's own trum holding. Q—T!» bidding his been: North Eut SonUv Wi 1 Heart Pass I Spade Pass . 1N.T. Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AQ98Z VJ4 «KJi +QJ What do you do? A—Bid three Bo-tnnv. ?«• have 14 paints ud Mrenfth In luiU, to you da not wUl for jr< ptrfcur IS- Md the finw whic JOB cut well bid Tounclf. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as i the question just answered. You South, hold: AAKJi>V74 4>KJIS What do you do? . Answcf T That's The Rub LOS ANGELES Ui-A massai parlor has this slogan posted ov its door: "We rub you the way." • Pay Your Bills the Convenient And Safe Way! OPEN A FIRST NATIONAL • REPUR ACCOUNTS (HEtKinC nuouiu • SPECIAL ACCOUNTS NATIONAL BANK Mtmbcr Ftdtral .Deposit Iniiiranct- Corp. : ~ Chiropractors To Open -• "• • •••• v ' ' '•* ' :••.-., ' '' ''• •••-. : '• •'.-,•• .-'• ,'r; . '"I ••••-' Convention On Satitirday Two thousand different (rinds of llfo, ranging from bacteria to fish,' have, been found on • hulls, and marine structures. The Maryland Chiropractic Association will hold its 36th semi' annual convention at the' Fort Cumberland Hotel Saturday ; and Sunday/ .• Lectures and technique by Dr'. A. -. Schultz of Mitchell, S. D., will cature morning and afternoon ses- court', sions. He is well known-for his work with athletic injuries and au- nor of'the book "Athletic and .Industrial Injuries of the Knee." He s director of .Schultz Chiropractic son. Clinic at Mitchell. All the area and tri-state athletic coaches have been invited-to attend a special lecture at 4 p. m. Sunday when Dr. Schultz will be narrator or a film on the technique for landiing athletic injuries and tap- ng. Registration will be at 9 'a. m.-, laturday followed by a board meeting at.9:30.and-Dr. Schultz' 'irst lecture at 11:05. : His second will be at 2 p. m. following eon. Officers" are to be elected at he business session in the afternoon. , . Dr..Roger L. Firey, Hagerstown, s to be toastmaster for the dinner at 6:30. J. Goodioe Jackson, member of (lie AUegahy County Board of Education and-secretary of the Grocers Association; and Rev. Jude Senieur, O.F.M. Cap., guardian at SS. Peter and Paul Monas- ery, will be speakers. Enter- ainment will be by the John Moyer Dance Troupe and the evening" will conclude with a dance with Marty Flynn's Society Ramblers playing. -Joseph Derry will play the dinner "music. Sunday the directors will meet, Three Divorce Decrees Issued v • Divorce decrees have been issu. ed in three cases before Circuit ourt. ... ... Bernctta V. Lease has obtained a divorce from George B. Lease and the right to resume use of her maiden name of Bernetta V. Wil- Retha E. Scarlett has been granted a divorce from John A. Scarlett. Doris Louise Dickel has obtained a .divorce from William Francis Dickel and the right to resume use of her former name of Doris Louise Dusch. Two equity suits have- also been filed. Virginia Sunderlin docketed a complaint against Burl Sunderlin and George Wellington Gallihcr against Irene Elizabeth Gallihcr. lunch- Texas:- Invitation CORPUS CHRISTIE! Tex., ut—A local Cadillac owner reported he was flagged down by a woman motorist, asked him to come to dinner with her in a pleading voice, learned he'd helped her win a bifi bet when he did. Turned out, she'd bet friends she could get a Texan in. a'big Cadillac to come'home and eat dinner with her. business session held and Dr. Schultz will speak again. Luncheon will be at 1:15 p. m. with the Ladies Auxiliary. Mrs. G. Frank Malin is president. Dr. Rita Drinker is chairman of the convention committee. Oldest operating / coal: mine In the United'States is an anthracite buoys mine at Lansford, Pa., which opened In 1792. Demand'for black ptppfrimonc^ U, S. cooks and chefs • pushed Cw imports of. this , popular iplct :tt about 35',i million pounds In.ISM.. LOOK FOR A FROM LIFE ' It'll bring you your only chance this year to get LIFE regularly at a special inoneysaving .rate! COMING TOMORROW ANNOUNCING THE NEW 1956 THE NEW FOIW/UD l<XX Push-Button Driving Is Here... Blazing New 255 Horsepower! The most exciting automotive news in a decade! Touch the button and you Go! No levers to get in your way. 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