Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 30, 1955 · Page 9
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Tak«r EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1955 Trial Authorized In Garrett County The building; of a trail from U. S. 219 to Hoye Crest, 'a peak bn Backbone Mountain in Garrett County, has been authorized by the Maryland Commission on Forests and Parks. The Garrett County Historical Society has agreed to erect a monument there honoring Capt. Charles E.' Hoye, founder of the organization. • ^ The peak reaches an altitude of Jacobfj On it ridge Opening Lead Assures Slam 3,360 feet, Maryland. the highesl point in The commission also made preliminary plans for participating in the observance of the golden anniversary of forestry in Maryland. It will be in conjunction with next spring's celebration of the 200th anniversary of Fort Frederick; being sponsored by the Washington County Historical-Society;'. * Most fish .liye in 'areas which have a fairly narrow limit of water temperatures favorable to particular kinds of fish. By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service There is very little excuse for "getting to six spades in the hand shown today, and this over-ambitious contract should normally be defeated with ease. South should ae content with a contract of four spades since he has a somewhat stretched two-bid and his partner could not make a positive response. With' the opening lead of the jack of spades, South's problems are miraculously solved. South wins the first trick with Kit 1 ace of spades, cashes the ace ghd king of hearts, and ruffs a heart. Declarer gets back to dummy with the ten of spades, drawing the outstanding trumps. Now dummy's . 21 SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS! two good hearts.can be cashed, ami South gets rid of two losing cards. The slam is now home. NORTH -4106 VK9654 30 WEST 4 109 74 EAST 497 ¥J82 VQ107 • KJ864 4732 *AJ3 +Q8652 SOUTH (D) AAKQ8S42 V A 3 f • A 10 9 Neither side vul. South Wett North Etst 2 A . Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 A Pass, 4 V Pass 6 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 4k J PPG Access JState Unit For Economic Development Supported Work• on the .approach -road to Pittsburgh'.Plate Glass Company at North'Branch is und|r,way, G. Bates-Chaires, district engineer of BALTIMORE tn — A special,land, one from Prince Georges and n committee last night urged .Mary-|Montgomery counties and one the'State Roads Commission, an-' lan d's Legislative Council to sup-jfrom Howard and Harford coun- nouncps " ' iP 01 '*- legislation establishing a Stateities. . Work-as started ^.™f£S^**' m EC °«°™ ^ibS S en^!hout^S°a jiiig, ne sam, wnen crews m me Th composed of Del. J.isalaried director who would be iS-cSanS-SaS'Sf-^^,^ ™ "»*$?.* n,m »*•>» to $1 5,0<X> per !fw,^ fv,« -;„>,*AF ,>ov •'• :former Maryland Atty. Gen. \\il-.year. itrom.tne n 0 m ot wa>. r ? •- ; - Ham c; Wals)j an£} George d < The director would be appointed _ The.work force, now small. will, Smith- urged thnt thc 1956 Legis-.by the commission for a four-year increase as the-project gets under| lalure estab i ish such a commis-'term. Offices for the body would way - . •'; isiori. be in Baltimore. The $444,000 project will link with; The committee said Maryland; The annual department budge; Route 51. just below tffe- N T orthj ra ust take that step if it is "to;was put at $92.500. Branch underpass-, and extend for;successfully meet the competition! — : j092 of a mile to the plant site,[throughout the United States in se- : Fossils nave been one of the with an overhead bridge across the j cur jng. new industrial plants." : l 1 "? 8 .* ira P° rtant factors in deter.-. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad! Changes have already been pro-; mm , l " s &e . tracks. j posed in an unpassed bin Raley ; ear P s . rocks Steel for the bridge .ias been!drew up which would: '• : ~~ ordered, but is in short supply and' Put the department under a: officials said it -might be a while-commission of seven members —: before shipments begin to arrive, two from Baltimore, one from the; ., ages of the 9 • •."••• .•:.-.. '• ' •' •;. ' ".. : ' : - - '•' ' •' : \ Shop with Confidence In r Cumberland's Smartest Jewelery Store . . . When this hand was actually played, in the summer of 1954 in a match between England and Italy, the bidding was even worse than the sequence that is shown K | in the diagram. The Italian play- Hi ers' were using a very artificial ~ system, and as the result of a misunderstanding North wound up as the declarer at six spades! i Some of 'the English spectators relaxed when this took place, since East could net make a fatal opening lead. It didn't matter what East chose-to open, the contract was practically certain to go down. The only really fatal opening lead was the jack of spades, and thatj card was in the West hand. What could be safer, from the'English! jSipoint of view? • , j L<5J Perhaps to prove 'that there is i 'gSno'such thing as safety, West un- ' jexpectedly led'out of turn." This was bad enough: but as you "probably guessed, West chose to lead the jack of spades. North, the declarer, had the right to accept this lead if he chose to do'so. After some thought, he.did decide to accept the lead and therefore made this "impossible"- slam. The three-span bridge will be 214 feet long and .have a 28-foot roadway. The contract calls for the work to be completed in 280 working days. Eastern' Shore, one from Southern! 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