Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 11, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. -MD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1955 SEVEN... Bid ForDouble . By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NEA Service Earlier this week I discussed briefly an -unusual bid of* two no-trump that: didn't mean what > it seemed to mean.. Today's hand gives me the chance to go into this matter more fully. WEST NORTH (D) 4 J 84 - •-. V None '' ' * K Q 10 5 4 .;4 A 9 7 6 4 ^. 'EAST 11 ,,. * 10765 ; 2 » J762 4102 : VAKJ 4983 *K8 SOUTH • A *QJ53 Neither '"•; -vul.-. North East S^uth West' Pass 1 4 • Pass Pass 2 N.T. Pass 4 4 Pass 5 * Pass Pass Pass Openihg lead—45 ••>.-;.;i ') What should .North-;dd; when -ihe opening bid of 'one: spade is passed kround to ^'^m.fe;Certainly.-.. he Shouldn't sell?put:"tb""East by- passing. . 'iiS-^^i > ; '• If North doubi|s! : for;;a takelbut, South is almost sure, hearts. At best, this may cause;confusion; and it may cause a disaster if South gets his teeth into the bid- fling. "": •'"•'": j Should North of. his minor suits? 'iWh.ich-'. one? After all, he may get"only one chance. If he-picks the wrong one, he may run into a loss instead of producing k profit. . . . ....J A I The unusual overcall / of : : two no-trump-solves the problem when your ; partner, is an He knows th'atVyour"bid asks him to choose one''-of-the minor suits; He also knows^thatayour 'bid asks him Jto choose one of the minor suits. He also knows that you have a iood enough .hand to;feel reasonably safe at three clubs or three diamonds. > , .• •" .J ; In today's, hand;.South read the message .accurately/" Since .South had quite a gooH hand, .he responded with a" jump''bid in his better minor suit. This led to-.the excellent contract of five clubs. '' There wasn't much to the play. South won the opening'spade'lead with the ace, cashed the ace of diamonds, and entered 'dummy Tree Crasher ' PAHOKEE, Fla.—(INS).—Picture rubber .tires so- large they make ordinary^ truck tires seem like doughnuts in. size comparison. Such • tire's,-., costing more than $5,000|;each • and said to be the largest••-in"'-;the>;.world. are used by a rhonstfoui5'';. ; jurigle-destroyer pur- chas^;y : recently. .by a Pahokee with the ace of clubs to discard his losing spades on top diamonds. West'' ruffed, and East later got the king 1 of clubs, but the game contract was safe. . Q—The bidding has been: South West North Easl 1 Heart Pass 2 Hearts Pass ?••-.-. You, South, hold: A3 VAJ875 4AKJ642 *7 UTiat do you do? A—Bid four hearts. Almost any dummy with good heart support will (ive you » fine pi&jr for game. . TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You, South; hold: 43 VAKJ642 4J8753 *A What do you do? Answer Tomorrow OUT OW WAY Iv R. J. Williomi \WHV, I'M I.IA8UE TO WRECK TH'JOB OWTHI&THIWC?.' EVERYTHIMS IS LOOSE, WORM OUT; LOOK AT TH' WOBBLE IM FRUIT AM' FLOWERS - OVER. TO TH' HOSPITAL.' TO<=ETPAM OVER. HI& OLP DAN KEEPS A BOX FULL OF TIN WEC-GESAM 1 STUFF TD KEEP THIS MACHINE • RUNMIKl'AN'HE ' TAXES IT WITH HIM WHEN HE'S OFF TO KEEP SOMEBODY ELSE HIS-TO9--ANEW MACH1WE LIKE THIS WOULD JOS IMSURANCE . ». «t ^«. S. S. PM o*. (4^ IM&ht MUS align the church with another h'av- terson. ng opposing views. They contend - the" trustees col- aborated with -the Rev. J. C. launders, the pastor, in' an • at- empt to affiliate Zion Free Bap- ist with the United ' Missionary Baptist Church of Baltimore. The complainants said a corner stone had been removed from the lagerstown church building and 40 Per Cent Of Cigars CHICAGO—(INS)—The way wo-j men are buying cigars, you'd think the distaff side had changed its; smoking, habits. Studies show that! 40 percent of all cigars moving off j Purchased By Women construction company. It will be used for clearing land along the Georgia-Florida line. a: .;' the shelves and counters of super markets are bought by women. Bui A. E. Murphy, executive secretary of the Folding Paper Box Associa tion explained that, "Women are just doing the cigar buying for men now, as the result of a major marketing change — self-service shopping." '. . . Do You Have the"Magic Touch?' 7 ... mn a new Dodge every year Jbr the rest of my Ij/e ^ Enter now at GURLEY'S, INC. 123 South Liberty St. Cumberland/ Md. (I WHILE yeit -AR ILING A ST ,n* B i u E R i B B o BROWN n' SERVE RO i •• BROUGHT TO'YOU BY THE BAKERS OF BLUE RIBBON BREAD Court Gets Church Case .HAGERSTOWN (tfi -Trustees of :he Zion Free Baptist Church have >een given until Dec. 2 to explain n Washington County Circuit 3ourt why they should not be en- ioined from affiliating the church vith a Baltimore church. Zion Free Baptist is one of Hagerstown's oldest Negro churches. 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