Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 12
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Dial PA-2-4600 for... a. WANT AD EVENING 'TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MJ>, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 ELEVEN- Oil Bridge *,V -.-.- . .- • : :'•••. ^^ , . Civil Aeronautics Bcrard, AUegheny ^tiriines Disagree On Permits For ' W . J " . . - .. C7 • . .. -••••:•• -.•'•'•• Defense Skill Pays Dividend^ / By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA-Service When the American team goes to Paris next Jaunary to play for the world championship,-we can expect Miem to put up some • first-class ^defenses. ''All of the Americans are experts of .long experience; a"nd their.skUl at:the'difficult"art bf"de : fending may be_ judged from -the hand shown today. • Dick Kahn and Sam Stayman, both of New York, had the job of defending today's hand in the recent national championships. Kahn opened the^ten of diamonds, normally enough, and Stayman won the first trick with the queen. WASHINGTON OB-William F. Cusick, Civil Aeronautics Board Examiner, yesterday recommended that Allegheny Airlines be granted permanent authority to serve 27 cities on its system, and temporary, authority for seven. Cusick recommended one change from the CAB's Oct. 10 proposal which: would have made 28 point permament and six temporary. .. JCusick said Georgetown-Reno- both Beach, Del., which is served on a; summer seasonal basis, should be among the temporary points rather than on the permanent list as proposed by the board. : His "initial decision," which will become effective for the CAB un less objections are filed within 10 ieny days,' would give Allegheny a per.-IN. J.; Cape May, N." J., on a sea : manent certificate to, serve Washington, D; C.: Baltimore, Hagerstown and Salisbury, Md.: Altoona. Johnstown, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Scranton-Wilkes-Barre, Lancaster, Oil City-Franklin, .Bradford, Clearfield-Dubois-Philipsburg, Bellefonte State College, Williarnsport and Erie, Pa., Philadelphia - Camden. sonal basis; Atlantic City and Newark, N. J;; New York City, Jamestown and Buffalo, N. Y.; Wheeling. Parkersburg and Huntington, W. Va.,;and Cleveland,-Ohio. The examiner proposed certification for three years at Georgetown-Rehoboth Beach. Dover and Wilmington, Del.; Cumberland and Easton - Cambridge, Mdi; L oc k June 30, Cumberland generated on Haven, Pa., arid Asbury Park-Longj Branch-Monmouth Beach, N. J. Allegheny objected to the temporary: certifications proposed by the CBA, pointing out that it plans to seek permission to suspend service to some of them. The airline pointed out that in j the 12 month period ending last B r a n c h-Monmouth Wilmington 3.23, and ly 1.84 passengers a day,. Easton- Cambridge 3.S7, Dover 4.73, Asbury Park-Long ~ Beach 2.57, Lock Haven 2.62. Allegheny said it would be "somewhat anomalous", if the CAB were to issue authorization for three to six months : or less .the airline would feel obliged'to request suf- pension of service because of .the scarcity ..of traffic.. . ';" .. • Consumer cooperatives.. account foi 25 per cent of retail food sales i.i Sweden...-..' . :. •..Silk culture was first introduced into the United States about 1737. NORTH * Q 6 2 VA5 4kK54 VK986 • 104 + 8732 s/S ' / f 17 + AKJ104 EAST (D) *J9?' V J104 - *AQ9765 *Q SOUTH ' 4A1083 VQ732 . + 965 „ North-Sout|» Bast South W«* North Pass Pass 1* I A Pas' *•* Pass Pass ' . Opening lead— • 10 ' Pass Stayman saw no great point in continuing diamonds, so he shifted to the jack of hearts. South and West played low, and dummy won with the ace. . - v™-v: declarer-led.-a small trump; from the; dummy and put in the ten" from his hand.. Without'hesitation, KaHn i played a low trump instead of^winj ning the trick. There seemed ', to be no future'in clarifying the trump situation, for declarer, and Kahn hoped that South-would find a; .way fo hang himself if he were given enough rope. • !. South found the way.. He led a low club from his hand and finessr ed jdummy's ten. East won-with the.queen, of course, and returned the'ten of hearts. When this held, he. continued with another .heart, forcing 'dummy, to,{ruff, v •> Declarer,,now'led the qiieen oi spades from dummy and. hopefully let it ride for' a finesse. Kahn took the:king of:spades this tirne ; , and cashed the king of hearts, ahd noted that .his partner -discarded a diamond.. . Obviously East • would have discarded a club if possible, sor it was clear that East -held no :lubs. Kahn therefore led: ; a club o give his partner,a ruff, -the ace of diamonds completed the rout, and South-was down two at a contract that would have been made very easily against routine defense. Q—The bidding has been: South West NorH» E«st 1 Heart Pass 2 Hearts Pass - ? -..-• -.'••". •* ' •-• ': You, South^ hbfd: +A3 VAQ1053 4AJ4J +85 What do you do? A—Bid three diamonds. Tbic kind of rame tnr atk* partner ttf Md opttndittMJIy if he can help ibe new wit. TODATS QUESTION The bidding is th« same as in th* question ju*t answered. You, SSouth; hold:-. ; ^"--'.. -'••:' ;- ; v' i+KS VAQ 1*4 *A J«S *852 1 Wbftt do jiwi;dpT -• N Aaawet '' Busy Mother , - i^ OMAHA-^-Mrs. Sewird Hart wai a great help to the t PTA; sponsoring the Franklin. School- carnival. . ' -•'••. .-;. Mother of three youngsters and home room mother for the kindergarten, class, Mrs. Hart accepted the chore, of .calling other mothers for help-on'the carnival.- She got half, her calls completed one morning..'Then she left for the hospital. and- gave'-birth to her fourth son. The next 'morning, .with a telephone by her'bedside, 'she resumed her : PTA duties, arid finished calling the list. - ' . 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