Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 15, 1955 · Page 9
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Oial FA-i-4600 for a VVAiM A1J Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. Ml)., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1955 NINE Jury Looks Into Need For Police, Special Training HAGERSTOWN (ffl — Circuit . Judge D. K. McLaughlin today asked the Washington County grand jury to make recommenda- . lions, on whether additional patrolmen or special police training is needed' in Hagerstown and the county. "The court," he said, "is con cerned with the increasing number oi breaking and enterings and burglaries." Judge McLaughlin estimated that .70 per cent of the cases have not been solved. "Many feel pur rapidly growing community needs additional patrolmen and a county police force," he said..."Others are of the'opinion that additional funds should be provided for the special training of personnel in . criminal investigation." • He told the jurors, "It is my hope your contributions 1 can' be put into effect by the city and county governing bodies, and bring improvement to our percentages of: arrests.". :'• ; Speed Demons Taking Chances BY OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service Many.bridge players consider it a point of pride, for' some obscure reason, to play each hand AFL To Meet toniglit . The Building and. •Construction •Trades Council will meet-today at 7:30 p.m. in the AFL Labor •Terri- Jacobfj On ttridge 15 WEST AK852 ¥93 • J 975 4653 NORTH (D) A A 1076 ¥ A K 4 «KQ6 + 'J 4 2 EAST »Q43 ¥6 . ' .• # A8432 . *Q1098 SOUTH A J 9 ¥QJ108752 ' North 3 N.T. 4 ¥ 5 ¥ Pass + A K 7 North-South vu East South Fess 3¥ Pass 4 N.T. Pass . 6 ¥ Pass lead— -4 5 West Pass Pass Pass I am the fastest bridge player on land or sea (I have never played much on airplanes or in sutmar- iness. If you watch any fast expert, however, you'll notice that f he ICG Proposes Four Area Truck Firms, Added Brake \Union Sign, New Contracts Device System A proposal for.. an additional safety device in' braking systems of interstate trucks to avoid highway ' "runaway" accidents has Four area firms and Local. 453, Teamsters Union. AFL. have reached new contracts calling for wage increases from 15 to 58 cents an hour and health and pension programs. 10 cent boosts fir tank truck haulers. Another 11 cents goes for fringe benefits, including $9-75 this year for health and welfare and $8.67 a month, beginning next year, for C. E. Stutzman, business agentia joint pension fund to be set up looks the entire hand over for' an been made by the Interstate Com-!f or the union. said_the agreements;here. instant or two before he plays to| merce Commission, the first trick. After that he may! The plan would involve a multi- play pretty quickly, but he has given himself the chance to consider the hand as a whole. . When today's hand was played, [South was au. inexpert speed demon. West opened the five of diamonds, and North made the mis- :ake of putting down his diamonds Defore he put down the rest of the dummy. South immediately called for the king of diamonds from the dummy and then North million-dollar conversion job for the existing- fleet of "combination" put the rest of the hand down. East naturally captured the king of diamonds with the ace. After this trick, South huffed and puffed,** but still couldn't make 12 tricks. ,_ If South had seen the whole with great speed. It may seem strange for me to criticize this custom, since according to rumor Order Your Thanksgiving Turkey at the TASTE GOOD CHEESE PURE BLACK PEPPER Ib., can WAX PAPER 100 Feet Rolls 39c FftHCY CATSUP 2^ 39c APPLES SAUCE WHITE HOMINY 29c SKINLESS FRANKS 37ft«, SMOKED SAUSAGE i» 35c PAN LIVER PUDDING It 29c trucks which would be affected. The ICC would not estimate how many of the 10'inilHon trucks now, on the road would be brought into! ag ^ ement ' will cover about 75 workers of the; Drivers and plan* men will work Sanders Motor Freight Inc., Oak-!a 40-hour five day week and tank land; the Menzie and Walkerjtruck haulers.a 44 hour week, in- Dairies in Somerset. Pa., and the!stead of the present 48 hours. A Highway Express Company, Win-jthird week of vacation is provided Chester" . i after 20 years of service.^ The Sanders Motor Freight! J.he Highway, Express firm, he said will provide!" llic ' 1 operates between \\mchest- th. nrn^n, i^""" wage .incre'ases for ci t y! er and Keyser, and the union have the program. platform workers and peddle runs.j a S r f d °" a 3 -- vear P act Providing The projected new safety gadget| ttith the presen t 48-hour work cut! a 2 °-\ 4 and u wage package and is designed to limit brake failuresi to 45,,44 and'"42 hours over the! the standard fringe benefits, and to a single axle, leaving the driver in control of the air. or hydraulic brakes on all other axles. The de- three years. ; three weeks vacation after 14 vice would be required only on vehicles operating in combination —such as tractor-trailer, tractor- Over the road drivers will getp' e1 ? rs - 8V. cents a mile this year and! Two men are employed on the next^up .bout fc cent) and nine!™. The pact is effective as of cents the third year. seen dummy before be played to the first trick he might have made the correct play. Obviously West was not likely to be leading away from the ace of diamonds. It could cost nothing to play the low diamond from dummy. If East had to play the ace, the.slam would be home. Even if West could win the first trick with the jack of diamonds, dummy could later lead the king through i.i order for South to ruff out the ace. In short, South could lose nothing as long as East had the ace of diamonds. After this hand North made a wise decision. When, playing' with the speed demon, North resolved he would be slow about putting down .the dummy and would be Sure to put down the suit of the opening'lead last (5— The bidding has been: South West North E«t 1 Heart Pass 2 Heart* Pass, ••?..•• You, South, hold: <MC3¥AJ105S «AK64*85. What do you do? A— Bid three hearts. With 15; points in hiyh cardt and food distribution you can afford to try semitrailer not trucks. The commission estimated the and truck-tows- and extend to single-unit new device would add about $50 :o the cost of new vehicles and could be installed on trucks now in use at somewhere between $50 and $100 per vehicle: * According to the plan, all new combination vehicles produced after Sept. 30, 1956, would have to include the hew safeguard. Trucks already operating would be required to have it installed by March 31; 1957. ' . Sew-Thrifty jSeptember l. to A N s . UP TO $1500 -* I I I \ CoiK You 20 MonAly (•<•!>• Poyiwiti $100.00 200.00 300.00 $ 4.72 13.44 20.14 Cath You It AUnthly ««tiv. PayM.Hi $ JOI.OO 740.32 1035.00 $25.00 36.00 50.00 ofcot •>>•<> c.ili *f Iwn If Owrjw »n l«u «*•»• J300 tm4tr th. Industrial FInan<* L«r. il I ' for your money today FA MILY TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You, .South', hold; . '„•.' ..... 4 AK 6 4 ¥A J 10 5 3.>E S'+8 5 AVhat do.you do? - . • ; Answer Torowrrwr Strand Patrons Will Vote On Movie'Talent ••_• Patrons of . the Strand Theater will tak"e part in a National Audience., Awards'elections to select the most promising new ;male and female screen personalities during November. .17. .through November 27. ". . . , : . The program is designed to" discover the public's choice of new talent. , . L. Payments of $9.75 a month for} health and welfare during the pact,' San Marine in Europe claims to; and $8.67 next year for a pension;be-the oldest republic, program are included. )• — •• The contract is retroactive toil September l and covers about 21j| men, Stutzman said. j The pact with. Menzie's Dairy,; Somerset, is retroactive to Septem-j ber 7 and provides 10-5-5 cent wages increases for about 15 workers. Employes of the milk plant will; work a five-day work week, with no Sunday deliveries, and the third week of vacation after 18 years, plus pension. payments. The company has its own health and welfare plan. Stutzms*! said. Following a private election, which the union won 23-12, Local 453 negotiated a three-year contract with Walker'* Dairy in Somerset, he said. : The agreement is retroactive to September 7 and covers about 35, workers of the ice cream and milk i processing plant. . It will provide 10-2'i and 2',j wage boosts for plant workers and ice cream drivers and 20-10 and! FINANCE CORPORATION 40 North Mechanic Street - telephone: PA 4-360! SPRUCE UP FOR THE HOLIDAYS WITHl JETCLEANIN • • , • ~ Coughs Due To Colds Cause Loss Of Sleep You Get Prompt Relief With Father John's Medicine Don't let coughs resulting from colds ca-ise loss of normal sleep. Father John's Medicine gives quick relief from such coughs by soothing the throat. 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