Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1955 · Page 8
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BIGHT UMKS, CUMiitiKLANU. MU., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1955 Dial FA-i-lOUU lor a WAiNT AD Taker Your llorost'€>|M' Lcnk in the section In which your birth, day comes, and find what your outlook is, according to the stars, •' For Thursd*) 1 . Dtccmbtr 8, 1H55 MARCH 21 to APRIL. 20 (Arics)-You may bt faced with a shortasc of various things, including time and equipment. But do the very best you csn, and you can improve situations, make advancement. APRIL, 21 to MAY !0 (Taurus)-Be tacliul, and be careful NOT to evade they truth. Don't cater to anyone who is unprincipled. Maintain Inner calm. •HAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—This is a-iJay for thinkins of all the sood and nice thitlRS about othcrs-not their faults. Short temper and high-handedness arc in the air! . „. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Oive where you can to aid another, and don't Mjret or recall "how much ingratitude" there 5s or aUow yourself to yield to over- icaeltiveness. JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Aim to reach solutions to problems that have honestly gone on for too Ions a period, slay out of the private affairs of others. Diplomacy! -AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)—It will be an easy day if you will read and heed suggestions in the Signs Cancer and Leo, for you are just as vulnerable to these errors today. Look at realtors from a truly objective viewpoint. "SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra)—There's no time like the present for making needed corrections, finishing in- completed tasks and getting better acquainted with your own self. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scor- pioj—Take cognizance of whether you are-wasting time and energies and still not accomplishing as you should. Don't ijtend when you could invest wisely instead. NQVKMHEK 23 to DECKMUKK 22 (Sagittarius)—Do not he misled by well- meaning but not too careful people, nor by flattery. Give the "other fellow" a chance to show his talents and responsibilities. Staunchly back fair play. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—Don't be sidetracked by objections or other obstacles to your plans. Keep the sense of duly and your ability to achieve foremost; sirlde forward. JANUARY M 10 FEBRUARY '20 (Aqua rius)—Take everything with a grain of salt now. But remember true values regardless ol trends or the pressure of others. First things first—and wilhoul anxiclv. Give details proper atlention. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 ll'isrcs) —Walk sturdily onward, with confidence and ambition. Don't let anyone's pcssi mism dampen your ardor, but be sure you are headed in the right direction. YOU BORN TODAY have many talents and characteristics thai spell high success and happiness, IK you use them dally, developing them along best lines and recognizing your faults as you go along. You are capable of seeing possible outcomes of transactions beforehand—a valuable aid in any field. You make friends easily, are loyal, jovial, noble and sagacious. Don't let your fine finalities be obscured by a biunl exterior; ncilher be too sensilive to slights. Birthdate of: Horace, famous poet. (King Features Syndicate, Inc.) For more than 50 years Canada has led all other countries in thr production of nickel. It's 1!!54 output amounted to more than four times tjiat of the rest of the free world combined. Slalc Tobacco Levy Opposed HAGICKSTOWN Ml — Gov. Me- Kcldin indicated before a Lions Club luncheon yesterday that he was opposed lo imposing a Slate tax on tobacco as a way of raising funds lo balance Ihe budget. ". . . there is a strong bloc in the Legislature which . . . remains unalterably opposed to the impo sition of such a tax. Can such a levy be enacted in view of this opposition?" he asked. He added that it must be remembered that "one of the big tobacco companies might someday consider locating one of its plants in our tobacco region." Jacoby Off iiriilyv Diamonds In This Play By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service South considered an opening bic of two diamonds in today's hand but decided against it since both of his suits were minors. He didn'1 want to push the bidding to the 11- trick level unless his partner could respond without being forced. Assessments Protested By La Vale Residents A protest against the higher assessments placed on property in Election District 29 in LaVale was made yesterday by nine property owners before the Allegany County Board of Commissioners. Commissioners William If. Lemmert and James Orr agreed to investigate the cases to see if the increases were justified. master gives in this beautiful NEW GIFT DECANTER Let the clever Melrose puppy remind you to give "the very best whiskey"—Melrose Rare, in the most elegant of aD Gift Decanter*. It's «o favorably priced, you'U want to remember, all of your very best friends! ^ \ Same rare quality SAME NEW M42 LOW PRICE! 14/5QT .NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DECANTER Jn Holiday Gift Box that eliminates wrapping. BLENDED WHISKEY. 86.8 PROOF. 40ft STRAIGHT WHISKIES 7 YEARS OLD. 60ft GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS. MELROSE DISTILLERS CO.. N. Y. NORTH ^ A8542 » A * Q765 *J532 WEST . EAST A QIC 6 3 AJ9 VKQJ874 V 10 96 5 3 »8 4K109 + 108 +9 6'4 SOUTH (D) * AK7 ¥2 * AJ432 *AKQ7 Neither side vul. South West North East 1 • IV 2 » Pass 6 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V K When North was able to muster up a free response. South changed bis attitude toward the hand. There would probably be a reasonable play for slam if North had practically nothing but strong diamond support. West opened the king of hearts, and dummy naturally won the first trick with the ace. Declarer quite properly led a low trump from dummy at the second trick and successfully finessed the jack. Incidentally, it's worth noticing that' it would have been a mistake to lead the queen of diamonds from the dummy for the finesse. This play would not help if East had three diamonds, since East would then cover with his king to make sure of a trump trick. The lead of the queen would be unnecessary if East had only two diamonds headed by the king. To lead the queen would be fatal if East had the singleton king, since singleton king in the East hand can be won with the ace, after which the jack and queen will draw the rest of the trumps without loss. All of this was quite academic, of course, since East actually had natural trump trick. South successfully finessed the jack of diamonds at the second trick and then hopefully led r the ace of diamonds. West discarded a heart, and it was clear that East was sound to win a trick* later on with lis .king of diamonds. Now South had to avoid the loss of a spade trick. The best chance was to catch East with a doubleton spade. With this object in mind, declarer cashed the ace and king of spades and then began to run his good clubs. East discarded a heart Dn the fourth round of clubs, but South then led a third trump, forcing East to win with his king. At this point. East had nothing left but hearts. When he led a heart, South discarded the seven of spades from his hand while trumping in the dummy. This forc- ed ruff and discard play gave de clarer his slam contract. Q—The bidding has been: South Wwt North 1 Diamond Pass 1 Heart Pass You, South, hold: AAJ73 VK85 •KQ106 +41 What do you do? A—Bid two heart*. Your haitf Isn't good enough to bid th« spftde* before raisin* the hearts. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding is the same as in the question just answered. You South, hold: 4J873 VAK5 »KQ1062 *< What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Health Officials To Attend Meeting The Allegany County Health De partment will be represented at th charter convention . of the Mary land Public Health Association to morrow in .Annapolis. Attending from here will be Dr Winter R. Frantz, health officer and several members of the healt department staff. The session will be opened i Carvel Hall at 10 a. m. by Dr William H. F. Warthen, chairma of organizations for the .state-wid public health association. Dr. Leonard A. Scheele, U. S surgeon general, will be the lunch eon speaker and will discus "Working Together for Tomorrow' Health." Business will include the election of officers, a panel discussion an the state's health problems an addresses on the role of publi health associations, mental healt and the teamwork approach chronic illness. A camel can drink 25 gallons o water in half an hour. Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache Nagging backache, headache, ormuscula aches and pains may come on with over-exer tion,emotional upseUor day to day stress an strain. 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The car says GO and the price won't stop you That long and lovely creation shown in action above—glamorous with smartly distinctive car-of-the-future styling and packed with all the terrific "go" suggested by its fleet and flowing lines—is actually a member of Pontiac's lowest-priced series, the value- setting 860 line. And here's what this information means to you! Whatever your new-car plans for '56— even if you're shopping at tlie bottom of the price scale—this big and beautiful mile- ehrinker can be yours! You can now look forward to luxuriating in the gracious comfort and solid readability made possible by a man-sized 122" wheel base —just about as long as they come! You can now expect to enjoy the finest, smoothest performance that ever set pulses racing—blazing Strato-Streak performance from the most modern and efficient V-8 engine that ever powered a car. You can plan on it, definitely, because there's not a thing to stop you—as the figure on the price tag plainly shows. For instance, your favorite body style in the 860 scries carries a price within a whisper of the cost of the smaller, lighter-powered lowest-priced cars! And that's just the start. We're trading right now to set an all-time record for December. When you've heard our deal you may very well discover that there's virtually no difference in price at all! Come in and confirm that the 860 is the easiest car to want and to buy that ever came your way. The proof is easy—just take the wheel and go as you've never gone before.! trs A Mcr-You CAN HAVE AU OF PONTIAC'S BIG-CAR GLAMOUR AND 60. FOR LESS THAN THE PRICE OF 44 MODELS OF THE "LOW-PRICED THREE." '56 STRATO-STREAK Fbntia SPOERL'S GARAGE SALES 205 N. Mechanic Street Cumberland SERVICE 28 N. George Street Allegany Hi-Y Mans Kettles On Saturday Allegany High School Hi-Y Club members will man Salvation Army Christmas kettles Saturday, Capt. Daniel Biggs, • commander of the SA Citadel here, announces. Members of the club, he said, will be on duty from 10 .a. m. to 4 p. m. at the two Salvation Army kettle houses and three old-fashioned tripod kettles located on Bal timore Street. The Fort Hill High School Hi-Y Club plans to make a similar collection during the week before Christmas. Total receipts from kettle collections and donations totaled $442.60 yesterday, Capt. Biggs reported. Some 60 families registered Mon* day and yesterday at the Salva tion Army Citadel for Christmas food baskets which will be financed by the Army's Christmas Cheer collections. Red Cross branch chairmen are cooperating with the Salvation Army by taking applications for food baskets in the Georges Creek area and in Keyser. x 'Treacherous Diamond Shoals, a ew miles off Cape Hattcras, is known as the "Graveyard of the Atlantic." ^____ • ALL YOUNG CKANTSVIUE BIRDS • THE FINEST IN THE LAND • WEIGHTS 7 to 25 IBS. 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