Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 24, 1957 · Page 22
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 22

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 24, 1957
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TWENTY-TWO Jacob y On Bridge EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1957 Freak'Hand Makes Five By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service Arthur Mackenzie of Brooklyn \vanls to know how you can transfer to diamond!; when using both Stayman and the transfer bid. You do it in twr bids, not one. North's two-club response was Stayinan and South's rebid of two hearts correctly showed thai he iieid four cards in (hat suit. North's second bid of three clubs said, "Forget about Stayman. My two-club bid was the start of a transfer to my suit, diamonds." South's second rebid of three diamonds was the compulsory re sponse to the transfer. North raised to four diamonds. He only held three points in high cards but he still wanted to be in five diamonds if South's no-lrump included the right cards for him. South went on to five diamonds. He knew that North would show up with a freak hand of some sort and that his aces and kings would be helpful. If his notrump NORTH 24 4 4 V None ' * 10987G53 * O J 1Q8G WEST. EAST 4KJ9S A Q 8 7 3 2 V J086Z v A974J * Q • - * A J *K972 4.1 SOUTH (D) * A 106 . V K Q J 5 * K4 2. + ASS Bolh vulnerable South West Norlh. East < « N,T. Pass ; 2 V Pass 3 * Pass 5 * J^ss Opening lead 2* 3* •I * Puss —¥2 Pass Pass Pass Pass had been principally in queens and jacks lie would have passed. South had no (rouble making five diamonds. He lost one trump and one club. II is interesting ID note that if North and South had not been using .the transfer bid North might well have gone down at five diamonds. Easl would have opened his singleton club and North would have had to make a crucial decision at trick one. If he guessed right and went up with dummy's 1 ace he would make his contract! but if he had finessed, a club return would have set him. Q— T *>e bidding has been* North East South Wesl * V PaSS J V > TJa, c 2N.T. Pa SS , l * ass You, South, hold:' «K. - w nal do you do? A^Bid thre* diamonds. Yi» have H pofnls and your partner ( 19 or 20. There should be » slam n your diamond fit hrfps your Partner materially. TODAY'S QUESTION You hold the same hand. Over your three-diamond bid your j ^,1 ^ roblds to £our diamonds what do you do? _ Answer Tomorrow EARL EI>MUSn MAN'GES IM S. Uberlj SI. TRUSTEE'S SALE \ OF VALUABLE REAL KSTATE KNOWN AS Xos. 103 and 110 West Third Sliect, in the Cily o/ Cumberland, Maryland, By %-lrtue of a derree o| the Circuit Court tor Allcsany County, Maryland, the undersigned Trustee will sell at public sale beside the Scconrt National Rsnk of Cumberland, on South Liberty Slrcrl, Cumberland, .Maryland, at 10:03 A. M., SATURDAY, MAY ™J. :»S7 ALL the hereinafter described jpal estaic l>ing and beinc in tht City of Cumberland, Maryland, and fully de- fcnbcd in a deed dated, the 30th day of August. 19-U, (ram Joseph A. Schrivcr, el al. lo Clara V, Kenncy and recorded In Liber No, 197, folio 303, amon? the Land Records of AUegany County, Maryland, and described as follows-. All thai lot or parcel of ground *ili/aled in Henry Schrivei's Addition to Cumberland, AllcRany County, State of Maryland, and beinj* most of I^ot No- 49 of said Addition and more particularly described as follows, to-wil: BEG l\N IN G for t he same at a •take standing on the v.csl division line of Lot No. 43 of said Addition, said xtakc also stanris at the end of the tbird line of parcel of ground conveyed b_v Joseph S. Schrivcr cl ux. lo Mary Kllcn Snydcc by deed dated th« 3Is day of .January, 19J5, and recorded i T.ibcr No. 172, (olio 250, one «f th iJnd Records of AUccany County, and Jinc of said Snydpr decii <magneti bcarinjc.* reduced as ol June 3rd, 19-U, and horizonlal measurements) North degrees and 43 minutes West 30 l lo a staVc, Ihoncc Nurtn 20 degrees and 45 minutes Kajt 3 fed to a stake thence North 69 decrees *nd -4^ - utes West 2<) feet to a stake. Manding on the wcsi line cxtrnded r>t ls>i •*3, thrncc with said line. It bc also the frcond line of a parcel of ground conveyed by Henry I^i, >-7E«cutor, to Joseph S. Sen river, by deed dated thr 9lfi day of January, 1923, and recorded in Liber No. l«, foho 2fi3, &/;« of Ihc I-anrt Record and 45 rmnmes \\osl 93-3/10 (eel lo a .<aVc standing on the North si<Tc Thiid Strrei, Ihcncc with Third Slrcei at now locatcil South 63 dcfjtrcs and 49 minutes Hast SO (cct lo a staVo IJicnfr with an old line of Icncf, North 2ft dr-nirci and 43 tninulf 5 Kast 37 Ifrl (o tho beginning, containing 4 square fc^t more or less. The af ore* a id property Is the samr property which was convesed by dcrd dated the 3iith day of August, ) Joseph A- Srhri\rr, r{ al, (o Clara V. Krnncy. ar.d which s-itl <Tccd is duly rccoxtJed amorjje Ihc IJiud Hccorrfs of Atlcsany Counly, Maryland, in Liber No 1&7. lolio 303. The above describe*! property f, proved by a do;ib!c frame hcu/e, coi ft w;fh composition siding, containing » total of nir.c rooms and bath and garap*, running wale/, jas, and *]ec- trir. TERMS OF SAUK: Trn per ernt cuti upon day of sate, balance on ratification of sale and delivery of deed. The Trustee reserve s the right to re iecl any and all bids and to withdraw the fnytrty from sale according to lri* *«:rrtion. Taxc.s and water hills ad' Jorted at of the dav of sale. KARl E. MAXGES. Trustee. Xo. 2K67 Equity Atfr—T-.May 3-IO-I7-2* I Cumberland Cloak & Suit Wa! TA 2-4600 for * WANT AD Taker an eye-catching, brilliant collection Swim to When H comes In beguiling beach fashions ...we've got 'em Ihis year... In fact, it's mir biggest fashion splash ever . . . Scores of darling, daring styles from cotton prinis to miracle fabrics . . . from slim skirted beau- lies to sleek, form filling Jaslex suits . . . See them today! Sizes 32 to 38 ... Swim Suits in Larger Sizes 38 to 44 an(t a.9» oliiliiy Ahead Siiii...fiiti...iniil xtritn toy* lor Duco ration May and atlSunnnvr cool savings Coo/, Summer Tops liiiit Jerseys and it louse* sjoo A bevy of bright new fashion tricks in bright cotton knit jerseys and broadclolli blouses . . . Broad, bold stripes . . . Pastels ... Prints... Perfect with your shorts, slacks and summer skirts ... So inexpensive you can really "load" up! Slim . , . Chic . . . and Coforfutf Bermuda Shorts soap and water fashions . . . specially priced • == 298 Just unpacked ... shown for the first time today ... Your favorite Bermuda shorts m a bevy of bright new fabrics and colors.. Ivv League stripes Summer's newest rage: Jet Black and Natural Chinos ... Colorful Tartans and baby cords ... Sizes 10 to 13. Tremendous New Selecfion I'ciltllc Pushers.. Shorts, Blouses Big news for active little torn-boys! Rugged, washable poplins, chinos, cords, gabs and cottons in 3 (re- rnendous selection of styles and colors. Sizes 1 to 14. for uclivu Giant features in tiny garments! Every stilcii made to save you work! Just look: Zip front lielps child lo dress himself. Lang buckle suspenders adjust to growing lots. Sure filling elaslic back ivaists keep child neat and comfortable. All guaranteed washable and sanforized. Many adorable styles in solids and stripes with latest trims. Sizes 2-6. Really Exceptional Values in Stui Suits $100 <„ Turn 'em out in Ihc sun and let them brown to a healthy tan! Cool, rugged and washable cottons ... plisse and nylons in a host of slyles for bo.vs and girls. Sizes 6 to 24 raonlhs .. ."and 1 lo 4 years. For Trie Junior Sef . . . Swim to Pretty and practical swim fashions for the splash and paddle set ... Bright colton prints and laslex in prints, slripes and solids. Sizes 1 to 14. Cumberland Cloak & Suit Store Bolero Cover-Up Summer Spectacular 598 . . . ready for the unexpected with o sleek bolero cover-up without, it's a figure-moving sophisticate. Bolh jacket and dress ore hi-lited with 4 rows of foggotted white pique . . . se |f material bands Dress boosts adorable peg pocket skirt . . . button trim bod.ce self belt. Washable gingham . . . pr.-shrunk. Black, Brown or Blue . . . Sizes 12 io 20 HJA to z4Vi. Smart . , , flattering frosty cool White Pumps plain ond iweoter Jt and For graduation...r or par(y ar(J _ their Jim r"^ fC v r ° Sty While pumps arc slun «i"g «« heds AA ' "' r '' lligh ' mCdi neels... AA to C. sizes 4 to 9. • Use Your l,f Noffonol Charge Account Repeat Sale! Famous Cannon . . .and Fieldcrest . . . Washable Bed twin or full size Be here Salurday early, for this spcclacular sale of woven jacquard spreads... Dramatic values each and every one ... And your choice of two famous labels ... in a wide and varied selection of choice patterns and colors... Some are number 1 seconds.

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