Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA-2-4 600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1955 FIVE Jacobfj On Bridge Weak Two-Bkl Has Pilf alls BY OSWALD JACOBY Written (or NBA Service One of the advantages of the "weak" two-bid is that it temp's even expert opponents to do foolish things. When today's hand was played in the national championships, a couple of months ago, West certainly knew enough to pass the hand out at two diamonds, but he yielded to th'e temptation to take action. From then on it was hard to stop East from acting. East passed the d_ouble of two diamonds, electing - to play for Beautiful Line PERSONALIZED Christmas Cards Make Your Selection Now! — THE — SIEGLER'S GAS AND OIL HEATERS WARM MORNING COAL HEATERS FOR CASH THE CHEAPEST . FOR CREDIT THE EASIEST PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE REINHART'S 17 BALTIMORE ST. penalties. Now Myron Field, whose team eventually won and will go to Paris in January to play for the world, championship, rescued himself in hearts. East doubled with satisfaction and waited for the slaughter to begin. NORTH (C) AJ63 ¥2 • AKJ1087 *873 WEST EAST 4K985 V83 • 53 + AQ1054 SOUTH AAQ VAJ7 49 6'4 2 *K962 410742 VKQ109654 Both sides vul. North East South West 2 • Pass Pass Double Pass Pass 2 V Pass Pass Double Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — • 5 West could actually have set the contract one trick (hardly a slaughter) by leading a spade. East would take two spades, enter the West hand with a club, discard on the king of spades, and Consult our . REALTY SERVICE: . Liberty St. 1st Floor DIAL PA 4-0880 •— ruff a fourth spade. The ace of trumps would be the setting trick. • West had no way of knowing what it would fake to set the contract. The bidding hinted that East had good diamonds, so West led the five of diamonds. Field won it in dummy and cashed another high diamond to discard the singleton club. He then led the trump from dummy and finessed the ten from his hand when East played low. The contract was now home, but Field was in the market for overtricks. He led the king r ot hearts to force out the ace, ruffed a club return, drew the last trump, and led a low spade. West played low, and Field played a low spade 'rom dummy. Tiiis fine play was based on sound reasoning. If the spades were 3-3, it didn't atter whether dummy played high or low. If the spades were 4-2, which was more probable, the best chance to bring in the ten of spades eventually was to play low from dummy in the hope that East had only two high spades. Declarer could give up two spades to East and use dummy's jack to force out West's high spade. There was just time enough to bring in the ten of spades as an overtrick, and South scored 990 points on a hand that the opponents could have passed at t\\ o diamonds. Q—The bidding has been: North But South West 1 Heart Pass 1 Spade Pass 1W.T. Pass t You, South, hold: »AKJ765 V32 4Q864 *J What do you do? A—Bid three spades. You expect to pl»y thit b*od at four spades but if roar partner «nex- pecUdlr bid» diamonds jvt. will riise to rxme in that suit. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You, South, hold: AAKJIMS VJ2 What do you do? — Answer Tomorrow Veterans' Day Celebration, Parade Plans Outlined Thomas F. Conlon Sr., general nairman, has outlined plans for ic observance of Veterans' Day ovember 11. , • At 11 a. m. the program will getj nder way with a memorial cere-j mony at the local Post Office. The morning ceremony will be eld on the lawn of the public lubber Worker Union lans Two Meetings The Executive Board of Local j 6, Rubber Workers Union (CIO), ill meet tomorrow at 7 p. m. in :e union hall. A regular membership meeting f the local is'scheduled Saturday t 7:30 p. m. in the union hall. Sizes Up To 50 Anniversary Savings To. show our appreciation for your patronage, FOOTERS offers you these low,. low prices for a limited time only. PANTS SKIRTS «••«• _ __ . 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More than twice as many twin: die before birth as single children PRESCRIPTIONS Delivered FREE HJBLIC SERYIC OOD MARKET 16 N GEORGE STREET AND CRESAPTQWN • Four Rtgi*t«r«d Pharmacist* • All Triplt v Checked Walsh & McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. CtHtrt St, Maryltnd't LtaJing t j*n Store building and alsn indoors where the names of those who paid the supreme sacrifice in past wars are on honor rolls.- The Gold Star Mothers will attend the ceremony, he said, adding that the public is invited. At 5 p. m. a joint retreat ceremony by members of Fort Cumberland Post 13, American Legion, and Henry Hart Post 1411. VFW, will be held or the .lawn in front of the veterans' organizations' homes along The first meeting of the City [the Queen City pavement. lecreation Adult Badminton Clubi Conlon said that R. Stanton Byer •ill be held today from 7:30 to 10 wiil be in charge of the firing . m. in Fort Hill High Schooljsquad and color guard during the ymnasium. Any adult resident of the city an enter the club. Rackets, birds nd instruction by L. E. VanSant .dull Badminton lass Opens Tonight re furnished by the Recreation )epartment. The class will contin-i e through the winter months. QL7.4LJTY Diamonds'. . . Rings Watches 103 Baltimore St. For Your COMPLETE Beauty Service At Lower Than Budget Prices Visit Our Modern Beauty Clinic 10:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. for appointment phone PA /-2J80 • • TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 Virginia Avenue Cumberland, Md. morning program, while Vernon: Crabb will take charge at the retreat ceremony that evening. A parade will be held in the downtown business section of the city beginning at 7:30 p. m. at the State Armory. South Centre Street .vith Conlon as marshal. The units will assemble at 7 p. m. and march off a half-hour later. The route of march will be from Centre Street to Union Street to George to Baltimore Street. The revue will continue down Baltimore Street to North .Centre Street and proceed to Market Street. The! units will march to North Mechanic Street to Baltimore Street) back to South George Street toward I the Armory, where it will disband.! About 20 units are expected toj participate and will include veter-j ans' organizations and bands.! "Open house" will be held at thej Legion and VFW hon.es after the' parade. ! Want To Sell Your Property? WE CAN SELL IT AND GET THE CASH FOR YOU QUICKLY f - SEE US TODAY Irving Millenson REAL ESTATE 108 S. liberty St. PA 4-SJ90 besTct/ufa... $438 4/i QT. The extra years enrich its great Bourbon flavor OLD HICKORY six mi$ on 86 PROOF ALSO AVAILABLE IN 100 PROOF BOTTLED IN BONO -OLD HICKORY CISTlLUNS CORPORATION • PHILADELPHIA, PA,' OCTOBER SUES MI-TIME RECORDS Biggest October in Mercury history starts the big move to THE BIG On September 29th THE BIG M-the new 1956 Mercury—was unveiled for the first time in' dealers' showrooms. 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