Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 13, 1952 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, February 13, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1952 THREE School To Get New Facilities Banitary facilities at Corriganville School, which has an outside toilet J will soon be improved. . , ., , Architects drawings for the new $286,967.91 were withheld from the pay of school teachers, principals, supervisor* and other employes. Piano Teaching Discussed Here piano lessons were JaroliT On Bridge . room and toilet facilities arei^gy - g y gg completed and bids soon will beS Aden Lewis Jught on the improvement. Super- Utruction in intendent of Schools Charles L- schools Kopp told the AHegany County Board of Education at yesterday's Improved methods of teaching yester-j and of piano in- Allegany County but it is the play most likely to succeed if you cannot see the cards held by the defenders. Q—The bidding has been: • South Pass meeting. Kopp said that an advertisement for bids on the project will be prepared within a few days. He expects that bido will be received early in March. The Intention of the board Is that the work will be completed before the 1952-53 school year starts in September. Corriganville residents long have complained about the school's lack of indoor toilet facilities. The board discussed the State Senate's action In upholding Governor Theodore-R. McKeWln's veto of a $300 teacher pay raise bill but took no action, the superintendent' •tated. , Kopp told the board that during 19S1 federal income taxes totaling The discussion centered around a report on the Piano Education Conf erence held at West School last fall. Goals of Side piano Take Expert's Word For This Question BY OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service An interesting question Is sub- Xorih Eas* mitted by C. M. Smith, of Madison,) 1 Heart 1 Spade Wisconsin. "In today's hands" he!Double Pass asks, "what is the correct play at I You, South, hold: Spades 10-7- j the first trick, assuming that youj 3 -2. Hearts 9-4-2, Diamonds K-6.J can see only the South hand and!Clubs J-8-5-4. What do you do? the dummy?" | A—Bid two hearts. Your partner's As the hand is shown, the winning double shows a good hand and asks! West Pass; teaching were given chief emphasis. Methods of making piano classes interesting and the practice problem also were stressed in the meeting at ths Board of Education Building. New ways to teach piano also were considered. Some 400 pupils around the county receive classroom piano instruction. .. is *° Two ski tows, each 250 yards long, will be in operation for the first time in Scotland this year at Perthshire ski club. Total membership of all trad unions in Britain is now* about 9'/« million persons. Serving Coke serves hospitality n One thing most guests will welcome is ice-cold Coke. Easy to serve.., easy on the budget . . . and so welcome. 6 Bottle Carton 25* Kee P 8everal cartons OD hanA floi Deposit IOTTUD UNOCT AUTHOWTY Of THE COCA-COU COMPANY It CUMBERLAND COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ngh*r*j ln*lt-m*+. (g) 1952, THI COCA-COU COMPANY t up dummy's ace of gets to his hand with a club in order to lead a heart towards dummy. The defenders can take one heart and one spade in a hurry, but South then makes nine tricks without trouble. South loses his contract, as the hand is shown, if he finessed the queen of spades at the first trick. East wins with the king of spades and returns the suit. West, then gets the lead with the ace of hearts in time to set the contract with the rest of the spades. It should be noted that either play at the first trick succeeds if Eas' happens to hold ,the nine of; spades For example, suppose dummy wins the first trick with the ace of spades. South gets to his hand with a club to lead a heart. West now takes the ace of hearts and -resumes the spades. Even if West has the king and ten of spades, but not the nine he cannot run the entire suit South's eight will provide a second stopper. Look at the West hand as shown you to name your best suit. The! cluhs are hardly worth naming in! view of the fact that they are both' short and weak. The information! that you have some sort of fit for hearts is likely to be more valuable to .your partner. TODAY'S QUESTION The bidding Is the same as in NGfTH *AQ VKQ1072 • A84 13 WESTO)) VA8 4KQJ + 875 EAST *KS VJS3 • 9762 46432 SOUTH West 1* Pass Pass 48742 V964 • 1053 *AQ9 Neither side vul. North EMt South Double Pass 1N.T. 3 N. T. Pass Pass - Opening lead—4 J today. Conservative players don't open the bidding with so weak a hand. Hence if the actual West player is conservative and has bid one spade, you can assume that he las the king of spades as part of lis opening bid—in to the ace of hearts and the king-queen of diamonds. Even if West Is an aggressive jidder, there is no reason to as- ume that he has the sketchy open- ng bid actually shown today. It s true that an aggressive West would open the bidding with that land. It is also true that-the same play- r would be even happier to open slightly stronger hand, containing the king of spades. There are many more opening bids that, in- lude the king of spades than those hat do not include it. Hence the correct play Is to inesse dummy's queen of spades at he first trick. This would lose as he cards are shown in today's hand, just answered. You, Spades K-6, Hearts the question South, hold: 10-7-3-2, Diamonds 9-4-2, Clubs K-8-5-4. What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Use'Of 'ice MUk' Banned In State The Maryland State Department of Health has announced that the use of "ice milk" in milk shakes is prohibited. J. 3. Bowling, state sanitarian, said ice milk is often used in "jumbo milk shakes", "fluffy milk shakes" or "big milk shakes." Ice milk Is a frozen food which must contain three and one-halt per cent of butterfat as compared to the minimum of 12 per cent required for ice cream. The attorney general's .office recently ruled that It is unlawful to sell ice milk except In individual packages and merchants may not substitute the device of placing signs in their establishments that "Little David," perhaps the largest gun ever built was a TJ. S. Army siege mortar that could hurl a shell weighing nearly two tons to a target more than five miles away. Menhaden, a species of fish, yields oil widely used in' making soap, paint, linoleum, waterproofing compounds and in tempering steel. George Washington's Party Favors PICTURE FRAMINO Post Card 25 N. Centre St. ends scuffed up flows! Ordinary floor waxes arc sort —they mark up when ghoei scoff over them. Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo- Coat is super-bard—it stays bright and smooth so shoea don't leave a scuffed-up look! This radically different kind of floor polish was perfected in the Johnson's Wax laboratories! And it gives a sensational new kind of finish to all floors—linoleum, asphalt tile, rubber tile and finished wood! Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo-Coat dries super- bright and super-hard—so hard it won't scuff up under ordinary household traffic! Without rubbing or buffing, Hard Gloss Glo-Coat polishes floors with the brightest shine you've ever seen—the hardest shine you've ever walked on! Get Johnson's Hard Gloss Glo-Coat wherever waxes are sold. It wears so long you'll agree it's the real economy buy in floor polish! TV' See "Robert Montgomery Presents"— WJAC-TV, CHANNEL 13, 9:30 MONDAY NIGHTS RADIO • listen to "Johnson's Wax News" 4 tim«» e day on Mutual. GREEN BAND on -the new HarefGloss and "KsM Glen G/o-Coof ort trodsmorb. ANOTHER PRODUCT OF JOHNSON'S WAX RESEARCH Store Hours: 9:30-5 osenbaum's A TRI-STATE INSTITUTION SINCE 1841 Hurry In ... Phone 1635 ... or Write for Woven seersucker golfer ... suds-loving, easy-lo-fil-into dress in Misses', and Women's half sizes. Go-everywhere button-down dress with action back, action sleeves. You'll marvel at its freedom-loving versatility at home or in town. Brown, green, grey; sizes 12-20 and l4'/ 2 to 26 !/ 2 . THRIFT BALCONY Roscnhaum's, Cumberland. Maryland. Please send me the Better Half seersucker dress. Quantity Size | Color 2nd Color Choice I Name Address Citv COD CASH n CHARGE Md. Residents Add 2*4 Salts Tax milk shakes are made with ice milk. A milk shake mixture may, however, be placed In a Swedish-type freezer and partially frozen to the extent it may be drawn out with a straw and sold, "provided It is not called, nor does its ingredients represent, the names ol frown desserts" in Maryland's ice cream law. Frozen custard must contain at least 12 per cent butterfat, plus 1.74 per cent of egg yolk solids. British scientists have successfully completed a series of tests in which TV was used to help deep-sea divers. During 1952 a total of 10,350,000 proof gallons of Scotch whisky will be exported overseas, according to the Scottish Whisky Association. "Underwater Demolition" A form of "underwater demolition" was used in warfare as early as the 5th century, B. C. Grecian divers sawed down barriers, which had been built below the surface of the water to prevent Grecian war- ships from entering the harbor »f Syracuse. Some psychologists think that dreams are the disguised fulfillment of a repressed wish. Writt Your Own Checks At Yen Netd T'lem. Open A Special Checking Account YOU BUY 15 4 AA CHECKS FOR 1 lUII No Char;* for Depotiti Ha Minimum Bttlonct ReQUtred The Commercial Saving* Bank Gty Hall Sq. — Cumberland, Md. Member Fed. Deposit Iniuranct Corf. HUGE ALLOWANCES FOR YOUR OLD FURNISHINGS IN A TERRIFIC ONE WEEK ONLY! Beginning Tomorrow! Here's an opportunity you won't want to miss . . . not when you see the wonderful suites we're offering; on this sensational Trade-in Sale! You get the last possible value out of your old suite while you're refurnishing your home! And we have available during this sale, the brand new styles just shown at the recent Furniture Market! Hurry in today! YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE IS WORTH UP TO LOOK WHAT YOU SAVE! BEG. ?179 3-PC. MAPLE SUITE Less Full $50 Trade-in Allowance, YOU PAY ONLY REG. S279 3-PC. MODERN SUITE Less Full $50 Trade-In Allowance, YOU PAY ONLY REG. $299 SECTIONAL SUITE Less Full $50 Trade-In Allowance, YOU PAY ONLY $129 $229 $249 Innerspring MATTRESSES "29.50 ARE PRICED AS LOW AS 50-lb. Cotton Mattresses ARE PRICED AS LOW AS 5 PC. DINETTE SETS "89.50 ARE PRICED AS LOW AS YOUR OLD BEDROOM SUITE IS WORTH UP TO LOOK WHAT YOU SAVE! REG. S189 3-PC. MODERN SUITE Less Full $50 Trade-In Allowance, YOU PAY ONLY REG. 5249 3-pc. MAPLE BEDROOM Less Full 550 Trade-In Allowance, YOU PAY ONLY Reg. S299 French Provincial Set Less Full S50 Trade-In Allowance, YOU PAY ONLY $139 $199 $249 38 N. MECHANIC ST. PHONE 359

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