Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 10
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rTEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955 Din! PA-2-160P for a WANT 'AD On Britlge Punimy Trumps Need Guarding -•Thus far in the scries ot hands on. trump management, we have seen several cases in which it is iniportant to protect your own trump suit. Today I present an example of protecting dummy's trump holding. NORTH *Q6 r 7543 . « K1062 + A84 21 WEST AAKJ732 • «9J 4Q1052 South IV 4 V EAST 495 ¥986 4QJ843 #J97 SOUTH (D) * 1084 V AKQJ10 . * A7 + K.63 Both sides vul. West North E»s< 1 A 2 If Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 4 K West leads the king of spades, and East signals with the nine. West continues with.the 'ace of s*pades, and East completes his signal with the five of spades. This '.'high-low" in spades indicates that East wants the suit, led again. ...West obediently continues witli the jack of spades, and South musl do some thinking. Why docs East want spades continued? Obviously because he has a doubleton. Equally obviously, East must be able to overruff the dummy. (It would be very strange if he couldn't.) I ( What can you do about it? ."•Tlie 'optimist ruffs with the seven Of, hearts, hoping that East cannot .op this card. This 'gets our opti- iiislic" friend nowhere, for East Joes ovorruff. Tlic dcfeiidcrs n-cntually get a club trick, and the .imlract is tlicrefore defeated. The better play is to discard a club from the dummy instead of •uffing (lie third spade. East like, wise discards a club/and West wins the third 'trick.. Now the defenders are helpless. No matter what West docs, you can vin, draw three rounds of trumps, ake the top clubs, and ruff your nst club in the dummy. The club discard from the dummy prepared you for an eventual club ruff. It gave the .defenders he spade trick that was always bound to be theirs, but it deprived .hem of the club trick that they ivould otherwise win at the end. <a-The bidding has been: North E«t South W«f 1 Heart Pass 1 Spade Pass 1 N.T. Pass ? ' You, South, hold: 4Q10753 ¥11 4KJ9S2 AS What do you do? A—Bid two diamonds. Too hope to play the hand at i low- lull contract ud expect to put your pirtner's next bid. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as tn the question just answered. You, South, hold: AAJ753, V74 4KQ96J +5 What do you do? Arum-tr Tomorrow Sales .Manager Named For Remington Rand Remington Rand has named Raymond P. Kenney, 214 Saratoga Street, as sales manager for it: Cumberland office, which covers Allegany and.Garrett counties ant it seven West Virginia counties. Kenney, a native of Frostburg and a brother 'of Francis A. Ken ney, manager of the Cumbcrlanc office of the Department of Em ployment Security, has been em ployed in Chicago prior to return ing to Cumberland and accepting the Remington.Hand post. ~day both (Virpo)-- SrSS* 23 to SEPTEMBER ur Mercury's aspect^ I care In .all "ring* observation, analysis and judt ncnl Otherwise day favors vholesorm "IEPT'EMBER "« "i" "OCTOBER^: aSilildly favorable • Venus rayi yesterday and bencfic Moon anc uctivf^v r^^BWSW i"oBE PBea "<" 1 rioVEM?™ " CHILDREN'S APPAREL IS OUR SPECIALTY . . IN STYLE, QUALITY AND VALUE. the Sun and your Saturn are e NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH AW LB CHARGE ACCOUNT They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hado ^mORlcM^BACKj,' M4 IS FOREVER MERE/ WtJV DIDN'T YOU \ FOLCJNlS POP 'PUT OM/KUMM SHIRT? \ AND jUrtoRTO DIDYOU CH4MSE YOUR _ c- B -JIT -nipy SOILED CLOTHES / S££W 5 RU MlNe •SBSSS JiSS&ES^ SSr/fe^^^ UNDERSTAND ) NEVER AW LSt-UP! tlNDERWE4R?yOlJRSQX? 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Con'eentrate |E*2I*to JULY M (ClbMrt-Vou have found yourself pressed time, m'aV "have h»d , many d "de upon you In the recent _P« t for. private interests, for industry, ades, • mining, handling machinery: ullding and generally useful projects. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 2t Aquarius)—Do" not make sudden de sions or shift from well-running mnt to something untried, Bui the day lie whole, should spur j'ou on tc chievcmcnt. FEBRUARY 21 to.MARCH 20 (Pisces! —A .goad, period in which to advance in our usual nccup.itIon, to seek advice ew matters that could result it rofit now or later. Don't question youi bilily; Rive it full scope: YOU ' BORN TODAY are intuitive to hijjh degree, possess'miraerous talents ould be * leader or work as efficiently r ' authority. You have inhei bility for mechanics, carpentry, manag ng groups of people, caring for children r those hospitalized. These are a par F your finer'Side. Faults? 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Johnson :yestcrday : at meeting .of the 'Cuivibbrlatid waiiis 'Club to 1 Central YMCA. • Johnson ciled the efforts to stress wise use of tlie land as emphasized :ach year during Maryland'Land iVcek. He cautioned that since the discovery of America by Colunv jus^about one-third ot the.soil In his'country has disappeared. Primary ; reasons for ' this loss are the apparent abundance • of natural resources and ignorance of the people concerning conserve tioh measures. Today there is an awarcncs? of. the' need of conscr^ vation and plenty of material is available for • those.' seeking advice oh such matters. Tlie district forester observed .hat the idea'for Maryland Land Week was originated by John Clark of Bel Air-at a'time: when Johhson:was stationed in that Har= ford County'community. , Nominated'for the Kiwanis Crab'Fccil Tonight... 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