Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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Dill PA-2-4600 for i WANT AD Taker EVENING .TIMES; CUMBERLAND, ,MD., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 FIVE,-: In National Park:. : >; , W. Va.;Hunt 9 ; Fisliing^etup Called Ideal "'• By FKANK TAYI.OR .WASHINGTON on - A federal- slate cooperative program Is'as- suring'. West Virginians continued good..hunting and fishing in the Monongahela National Forest. ; A Forest Service official saic West Virginia has a model program' and—except for Virginia—is the only state to provide special wildlife development funds for national forests through a stamp act. a-- often as possible in Hie dummj West opens a • trump, suspeclih that declarer is relying, on ruffin values. A trump Jead is often bes in such a situation. • ..This stamp law provides a dollar' fee each for hunting for fishing in the national'forest. • ,l.loyd W, Swift, .chief of the Forest Service's wildlife management, sjid that deer, for-instance, have made a big recent years in "the forest.' >ln 1845, only 695 deer were killed by hunters in Mohongahlea Na- lion'Forest compared to 4,900 last fear. '•West Virginia, in cooperation with the Forest' Service, is conducting a long range program to improve hunting and fishing in .the W3.319 ' acres of national forest lands; ^This program includes, Swift said, such work as: il. Providing food and cover for wildlife. (2. Clearing springs and developing water holes. 3. Releasing fruit . and mast Irecs. 4. Building ponds for fish. • 5. .Releasing wildlife stock's. •"In recent years, Swift said, other wildlife, including turkeys, have increased materially in the national of the cooperative forest. '"Because plan," he added,, "the .prospects are good for excellent hunting and fishing in Monongahela National Forest for years to come." Get A Horse! , /ROCk .ISLAND, 111. Ul - Milk, man }!. A. (Die) Pahngren. who retired alter delivering milk'on the same route for 29 years, says wagons drawn by horses were best. "The horses were easier to handle," he said. "They knew the route and I didn't have to do any driving." . ] .1 •"' • ' • • ' ' Jacoby Oililridge Long Suit Set Up By Ruffing By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service In today's hand we carry th principle of ruffing a bit furthc than we have in other articles I this series. South must establis his long diamond suit by ruffin; ^ NORTH M AKJ4Z V K « 4 3 «7 *J«32 WEST EAST 41097 AAQ865 ¥ 1087 »» »K84 »Q106S + K97S . +Q105 SOOTH (D) *3 '' "• VAQJ52 * AJ932 *,A4 East-West vuL Sonth W»t North Bast !¥• Pass 2» Pass 4 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 7 South' wins, with the hearts and should lead jack o spadi at once instead of beginning on .he diamonds. Before we discuss he success of the spade play, let's see what would happen if Soutl jegan instead with the diamonds He would cash the ace of ,'d'ia monds, ruff a diamond in'the dum . my, return to his hand with the ^ ace of clubs, and ruff another dia mbnd in the dummy. There woult .hen be no convenient way to. ge out of dummy, so the defenders would get their chance lo lead a GOOD-BYE CORNS Enjoy quick relief •ml •ptcdily feronv* •ckinf. corn* with Uiln, cuahion- loi Dr. Scholl'i Z pudf-CoKt but • triBc. second trump eventually no mat ter what South did. | South leads a spade to begin with partly in the hope of cstab lishing a trick in the suit and part ly to provide a way of getting back (o his hand later on —.by way o rulfing spades. West plays a low spade, and South agonizes abou whether to play the jack or the king from dummy. As it happens South cannot possibly guess right- ind East wins the trick. East re turns a club, and South takes the ace of clubs at once. He then cash -cs the ace of diamonds, ruffs a jdiamond In dummy, ruffs a spade your home... or old rrfaeserves the newest of kitchens! ...individually designed ma skillfully installed by • Custom Kitchen specialist! In styling, in features, in quolily and variety of unih . . . 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In the case of Christmas cards, holiday delivery can be reasonably assured for mailings as late as December 1, provided Air Mail is designated. The post office department urges, "make it a Merry Christmas for overseas personnel by mailing gifts in time." Vacation Job LAS CRUCES, N.M. Ul - Chief of Police Santos Armires was enjoying his vacation — until tome- one stole all four of the hubcaps off his personal car. Four employes at-.the plant of Celanese Corporation America have been honored completing 25 years', service the firm. They are: Allen J. Mace, Fairgo; Gorman W. Mosser,;. 474 Barnes Street, Keyscr; Edwin Poling, Ridgcloy, and Michael Raso, Bedford Road, R. Finley Thompson, plant- rhari- •, presented each a gold watch engraved to mark the quarter- not century event. All are Extrusion Department it employes. Mace works in the bob' bin stores section and the olhei three are spinners. All four started to work in their teens in mid| n October 1930. . . Mace is married and has one in his hand, and ruffs another diamond in dummy. ... By this time South .knows that the diamonds are breaking 4-3. He can afford to overtake the king of hearts with the ace, draw the last trump with the queen, and ;ive up. one diamond. South's last rump gets the Jead back for him so that he can cash the last diamond as his tenth trick. . Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 1 Diamond Pass 1 Spade Pass 2 Clubs Pass. . ? You, South, hold: 4K10985 ¥843 «42 * A 7 6 What do you do? A—P*a* You should not make » tecond response with such > weak hand unless jour partner makes a forclnr bid. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You, South, hold; +K.I09S5 9843 4A42 476 What do you do? Answer Tomorrow FourMoiiored AtAmcelle •Amcelle son. During World War II ho scr- o'f ved In the Army Medical Depart- on mcnt for more than two and a half with years.' He . Is a member of the Cvesoptown Vohintccr Five Department. 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