Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 23, 1955 · Page 10
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;I-EN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, AID. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD taker Fort Hill Players To Present Musical Rehearsals are underway for "Girl Crazy," the popular musical comedy which'will be presented by the Fort Hill Players Friday, December 9, at 8:15 p. m. in the school auditorium. - .''•- . 1 Miss Helen Smith is directing th< revived production. The Georg> Most Meats To Be Lower In Markets This Weekend and Ira Gershwin • tunes, "Em braceable You," "I've Go Rhythm," "Bidia 1 My Time." anc ''But Not for Me" will be playec before curtain,time. .."... 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.. . By The Associated Press When the last piece of Thanksgiving turkey is gone, you'l find. a good range of attractive buys in other meats in food stores this weekend. That turkey may have cost you four cents a pound more than the bird you bought a year earlier, but most other meats are cheaper now ;han then. As the meat packers lave.been telling you, pork is a ine buy, and beef has Come down bit, too; "The best buy is loin of pork," one meat retailer said. "We'll have oins on sale next week at six to eight cents a pound below prices of a year ago. Smoked hams are now idling at .eight .cents a pound iheaper than in.November, 1954." Below Last Year's Prices' The American Meat Institute took i survey in the Chicago area last veek and reported that the aver- :ge of all meat prices in retail tores was down 12 per cent from a,, year earlier. Beef items were yout down seven to 15 per cent, smoked picnics 15 per cent, .other, pork items 14 to 25 per cent and legs of lamb three per cent. Aside from pork, weekend sho: pers will find good buys in steak prime ribs, chuck roast and. of lamb. Some stores are knockin four cents a pound off the price fryers. Egg prices will be two to fou cents a dozen higher than a wee ago in many areas..There's bee a big .demand for eggs.- Howeye production is rising, so prices'ma come down soon. The price of many vegetable moved higher at the; .wholesa! evel this week; but there "is-sti a good variety available at reason able prices. Wide Range In Iceberg Lettuce Produce, men favor potatber onions, turnips and greens such a Give THANKS . . . not only for our bountiful Thanksgiving feasts, but for all the advantages we, as Americans, have! The security, opportunities and freedom that are ours alone in America should make every day a day of joy—every day a day of Thanksgiving. Let us pause for a few minutes on this American holiday and count our blessings. Jaeoby Oil Bridge vale, collard and turnip greens. A 50 recommended: Cabbage beans >eets, escarole, endive, iceberg lei uce, artichokes,: cucumbers, pep ipers,-pascal celery and eggplani IThe produce specialists'note tha there is a wide: range in price am quality in iceberg lettuce and tha smaller, size peppers .are more rea sonable than the larger ones. "Moderately-priced" vegetable include 'carrots, broccoli, corn peas, tomatoes, squash, eauliflow er, spinach, and yams. Dry type sweet potatoes area cheaper than the yams. .'..- •:•. y Worthwhile buys in fruit includ limes, apples, oranges and grape fruit, avocadoes and red emperor grapes: ' \, - Chesnuts .-are more reasonabL than they have been • in the past but nuts generally are on the higl side. 35 Cast Ballots In ASC filection Only four per cent of the,. 860 Allegany County farmers • who were mailed ballots in the currenl Agricultural Stabilization and'Con- servation Committee election re ; turned their ballots. Miss Elizabeth A;' Hoover, manager of the ASC office,"reported yesterday that only 35 of the.-860 ballots have been marked and reamed; More are expected "before Monday, November 28, the voting deadline, she said. '-.-:-•, . j' : Five-member ASC committees will be elected in five different communities -in the county. The five community ASC chairmen will meet December -5 to elect a new county ASC committee. There are 10 nominees in. communities..- each of the five At.. 68, William Henry Harrison was the oldest U. S. President. HANKSGlVlNG 1955 JDECAUSE we have more, to be thankful for than any other peoples in the world, our responsibilities are greater, and not lesser. • '..-'' UR privileges ps citizens, to speak our minds and live our lives freely, to/worship in our own traditions, to enjoy the abundance of our way. of life is not to be taken for granted. ' It makes bur responsibilities greater. "''• '. • ':'.'• ' ' '-• / \J/UR democratic right to choose the leaders who will continue this way of life carries with it our responsibility of voting and making our voices heard, in which it is our-individual responsibility to take due deliberation. Recklessness of thought or. speech can destroy our privileges of freedom. REEDOM 'of worship, ;in the way of our peoples — all God- fearing — -who came to these shores to worship in the way of their fathers and build a great nation together — •!$ jeopardized, if our. wisdom .and judgment does not hove the fundamental love of justice for all mankind. .' JT REEDOM:. is Democracy — upon which the Pilgrims. • -^ '. ; .- ' : ' * : ' ' . . '.-'*• fathered this great nation and in their, .tradition — a -'great :. pattern • -for.- all peoples; we set aidse this • Thanksgiving Day. . In this modern age . . . more than' ever before .. . realizing our responsibility as citizens of a great and privileged nation we ask for God's guidance and bow our heads in Thanksgiving for the many/ many blessings He has bestowed. upon us. ••'."'• Clue To Cards Was Unnoticed By OSWALD JACOB Y Written for NEA Service When today's hand was played, South lost his contract before h'e had begun to think. .The chances are that most bridge players would have made his mistake. West led the queen of clubs, and declarer hopefully put up dummy's king. East, won with the ace of clubs ..and returned his low club. West won the sedorid. trick and led a third club, allowing East to ruff the dummy. WEST • NORTH 452- •'• • VAJ94 ' 4>K 10973 + K 8 •••:-'• .'.'.'.''.EAST-.' 23 ;* QJ65 ,- " 4QJ10373 ' V 107 632 4843 ' *A2 SOUTH (D) ¥KQ8 A-' •:-.:. - -: ; Neither side vul. South West :Nortii JEwt 2* ;'2>: .Pass Pass :3¥ : Pass Pass : Pass Pass Opening lead—* Q 2 A By this time the-defenders had gathered • in -three tricks^.-.South jlayed the res't of :the hand with lerspiring care, but it was too late. Vest. was. sure to-get the king of pades, defeating the contract. South Jinade 'his 'mistake when he wt up the king of clubs at the first rick. It was unthinkable.".that i¥est,,an experienced player, would ie leading the queen of-clubs if he iad held the ace 'of that suit In ther words, South'; should : have :hown that: the 'ace: of clubs 'was eld by East. This being so, there /as no point in playing dummy's ing- : ''';?.."\'":'. ' : -- : '•:•' : . ' - : ; South-is pretty sure to make is contract if he does not play ie king of clubs from the dummy t the first trick.- West continued ith the jack of clubs, and East ins the second trick with the ace. If East now returns a trump (the est defense) South must step right p with .the - ace. Declarer cashes ie ace of diamonds, enters dummy with the ace of hearts in order discard a' club on the. king of iamonds, and then leads another rump. The rest is, of course, easy. Q—The bidding has been: South West North E»it' 1 Heart Pass ZHearU Pass You, South, hold:.- ; 4>K3 VAQJ53 «AJ4 4K85 What do you do? A—Bid three no-trump. This jump show* » hand that was too itronr for *n opening bid of one no'trump. •;-.•' TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as'In he question just answered. You, South, hold: Revised Baby Sitter List Available For Residents The City Recreation Department has available new and revised^ baby .sister lists. . Each person applying to the. Recreation Department to have her name added to the list as a baby sitter is checked through the Police Department, the Juvenile Court, and if'still attending school, the Board of Education and each school, arid if any of these authorities or organizations consider the pa-son to be in any way unfitted for baby sitting, her name is not added to the list. : : This year there;-are 51 baby sitters listed, about 10 per cent of these adult 'women, according to Robert E. Pence, recreation director. ' On the list,-the "sitters" are divided according to the section in which they live, and their name, address, telephone number, and times they-are available are listed. Lists can be obtained at the' Recreation Department office. Each person personally contacts the desired sitter, and all arrangements are made between the" par- ent'and'the' sitter. - • : . : As the baby, sitter's organization is not formally organized in Cumberland, there are no set rules, but on the list the Recreation Department has included , several "Suggested Baby Sitter's .Regulations For The Parents," based on rules arid regulations of baby sitting groups in other cities. Local Bank Featured On Magazine Cover The Second Nationl Bank is featured on the front coyer, of, this month's issue of ^Banking-News. The magazine is .published by the Maryland Bankers'Association in Baltimore: Also mentioned in a column "Bankers At Home," is a story of the family dinner-party and inspection of the.bank which was held last week." j.-' r -.-y'.,., The announcement'by Joseph M. Naughton, president, of the planned branch bank in Cresaptown is also mentioned in the article. 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