Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker sound. North's bidding pretty clearly shows four-card support for hearts and good three-card support for spades. If dummy turns up with a losing club or two, j South should expect to discard 'such clubs on his own long spades. "Today's hand wouldn't interest; The actual dummy was very jjou particularly in an ordinaryistrong, and the hand would be game of rubber" bridge, except for : spread very quickly at rubber the bidding. South's jump to slam | bridge. Since the hand was played looks bold, but it's actually quite j in a tournament, the overtrick was Qlever Playing Nets Over inch r By OSWALD JACOBV '. Written for NEA Service JOB RIGHT! STOP WATER IN YOUR BASEMENT WITH BONDEX HEAVY DUTY important, and Dick Freeman, the youthful Washington bridge star, found an ingenious way to earn it. NORTH ! A A J 10 " V J732 4 A84 + Q52 WEST EAST 4854 463 V 1098 V64 4KJ76 4Q109532 + 1097 +KJ8 SOUTH (D) AKQ972 V A K Q 5 4 None * A 6 4 3 North-South vul. South West North East 1 A Pass 2 A Pass 3 V, Pass 4 V Pass 6 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 10 Rec Equipment Has To Be Stored Space is needed to store the larger playground equipment, Robert E. Pence, city recreation director, announces. Small equipment has been stored in the Street Department warehouse on Valley Street. All available space in the warehouse, he said, is being used for smaller playground equipment. Space will have to be found elsewhere, he said, for bulky pieces such as sliding boards and picnic tables. The storage quarters, he added, will have • to be large enough to allow workers to repair and paint the equipment over the winter. He said the swings and tables will be taken from the playgrounds Tnc"ksi as > soon as space is secured. Governor To Urge Hike In Payments To Hospitals EASTON. Md. tf) — Gov. Me-; Keldin said today that because of rising costs lie will ask the Legislature to increase State payments lo general hospitals by more than a quarter of a million dollars next year. The proposed increase, which _ , r .. McKeldin said he approved at aj unl y Indian • As a larger hospital, it will give even better service, he said. "The profit of a hospital is in the good that it brings to a community," McKeldin said. "Its value is in the better health it helps to maintain." The only cement paint with the double waterproofed formula. with READY-MIXED PRAMEX Just one coat of DRAMEX corrects cracked plaster as it paints. In your choice of 12 decorator shades and white. '••..' North Centre at Polk Street THIS WEEK SURT ENJOYING THIS GORGEOUS NEW j Dick won the first two iwith the ace and king of hearts,! j making sure that trumps' would.'AWOL Sailor Nabbed ! break 3-2. • Then he got to dummy iwith a spade to ruff a low dia- A/local serviceman, Donald W. i mond. He entered dummy with a .Moore, 34 Howard Street, was arrested yesterday afternoon by Lt. Raymond Johnston and Officer Carl Stouffer and is lodged in the City Jail for be AWOL from the second spade to ruff a second low i diamond with Finally he led wards dummy. his last trump, a third' spade to- Fortunately, (he player with the PAY NO MONEY DOWN |r«^n make qmqzihgly small £/•''i'- .monthly payments Why continue lo wear yourself out in an oW- fashioncd, inconvenient kitchen? You can start enjoying the gorgeous, glcuming-ennmclcd steel beauty anil work-.s;iving convenience of a new Diana- stvle Youngslown Kitchen thix week! These new Diann-stylo beauties increase kitchen planning possibilities and have the built-in look that makes your Youni^lown Kitchen appear to be designed crditfirelt/ for your home. Pwtf Iri 3 § Take advantage of our Fra« Kttch«« Planning I 6%5>Ebe Service that will help you lavatirrra—work- steps—all the rost of your life. Get all fh« tloroy* »poc»— the big work-counter space—you nood—in (hit stylo Youngstown Kitchan. Conic in—totlay. Learn for how little per month you can have this dream kitchen in #our home. You'll be am a ml I "A FRSEND OF THE BOY!" i This Is Optimist Week "Every Boy Needs A Man's Helping Hand" I •last outstanding.trump also had toj follow to the third round o£ spades. (Otherwise, the ruff would stop the over'trick but could not defeat the slam.) Hence Dick got to dummy safely to draw West's last trump with the jack of hearts. Since Dick had no trumps left, he could discard a club. Now dummy led the .seven of trumps, and Dick discarded a second low club from his hand. Dummy continued with the acei of diamonds, and Dick discarded the third low club from his hand.j It was then a simple matter to! claim the last three tricks with the' ace of clubs and the last two! spades. .1 Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 1 Heart Pass 2"Hearts Pass ?"'•'' You, South, hold: 483 VAKJ62 *AJ75 *7 4 What do you do? A—Pass. You have a minimum opening bid, and your partner has made a minimum response. Game is not completely oat of the question, but it is far too unlikely to be worth trying for. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered:'You, South, hold: 43 VAKJ62 4AJ873 *7 4 What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Navy. budget session last week, would boost the State contribution for needy patients from S12 to $13 per patient day. It would bring the overall fund for this purpose to| $3,200,000. He discussed the proposal briefly in a speech prepared for a dinner here which launched a drive to raise $44,000 for additional operating funds for the Easton Memorial Hospital. "Hospital expenses . . . are going up all over the state," the governor told his audience. Noting that the people of the Easlon area had earlier subscribed more than a million dollars to a building fund for the hospital, he predicted that the investment would be a good one and commended them for using their own initiative to expand facilities. Only statue of an Indian in Statuary Hall,,in the Capitol at Washington, D. C., is that of Sequoia, representing the state of Oklahoma. 5th ANNUAL SOROPTOMISTS BENEFIT DANCE Friday, Nov. 18th 9 until 1 Music by the Midnighters ALI GHAN SHRINE COUNTRY CLUB Inttrmission Floor Show from Sttckman Dane* Studio TICKETS FROM ANY SOROPTOMIST LET'S GO! 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