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SIXTEEN, EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, '1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD T«k«r r M t M B E R , CUMBhRLAND RbAL ESTAT'E. BOARD „ When you ore BUYING , . . SELLING . .'. LEASING ... it poys to deal with a REALTOR. He is more than "just a broker." A- REALTOR is a member of a national association and is bound by a Code of Ethics. REALTOR means . . . fair dealing . . . experience . . . responsibility . , . integrity . . , protection; i Consult a REALTOR and be SAFE! • N A R E B Crossword Cookery Answer to Previous Puzzle Ideal buburban home, situated An Ore. $U ju*t t>[( Villey Road, 2 story frama, T rooms, bath, porches, full con- ci'cteibsscment* hot water coal fired forced: Furnace heat, sarajjc. Nice lot SO x 2*5. All in good condition. Price only $7,350, Immediate possession, 723 Maryland Ave-, 1 story Irame »nd Ui*rlhric dwelling, 6 rooms, no liath. porch. Nice lot 25 low ID tattle en cslale. x 100. Pi-iced 4*1 Fcyraour SI. — 2 itory frame cVeHinc having 6 rooms, baLn, porrhve. s'adonal Highway, LaVolc. irick, 6 rooms and bath. First loor — living room, dining room, tilehen, front and rear porch. Second floor — 3 bedrooms and bath, very large closets. Basement with garage, gos hot water heat. Price $11,500.00 544 N. Mechanic Street, 6 room """ levcl ''"• r ' icKl *>rick, ball). Gas hot water heat., Price 55750.00 D.C.GOODFELLOWAgency! GL£NN WATSON & SON J13 Virginia Av«. PA T4MQ, PA S-027 NO. .CUMBERLAND HOLLAND ST One oj the BKST BUILT i DESIGNED BRICK KANCII type home* in ihe *rca. i Eot. hall, comblnallon L en_,.-_ living., & dining ropm with, fireplace Vitchrri, 2 bedrooms* ceramic tile bath KuH basement with recreation, laundry vork A- furnace aro&i, Ijot " S^iown by appointment. 3 GOOD BUYS K. EMAU,WOOD ST MARYLAND AVE GREENE ST. .....S&.OOO TO INSPECT PHONE PA 40680 CARL F. SCHMUTZ Heal E»tal« 16 S. Liberty SL Insurance by hot water heat, coal fired furnace, concrete basement, balh in basement. Ona car 'sarace, Nice lot. InspccUon by appointment, lleasonable price. MAIN STREET — POTOMAC PARK fcjght rcxjm frame-asbestos thingle dwclUng -contains living room, dining room, kitchen, rien on first floor, four 57.000 bedrooms and bath on second floor, piped hot air heat, coal fired furnace. e landscaped lot. A clean i»rope-rty good condliion. Reasonable price. Inspection by appointment. BUSINESS PROPERTY AT SACRIFICE nwne r v. ill sacrifice t hi» property: Four-story brick building, electric freight elevator and (.team healing sys I em. This building contains approxi inalely 3,000 feet /loor space. Mai been u*ed as a wholesale business and ttor *pe. In addition Is another luo-itarj brirk ' building composed of, one Iwo- mom office fend three r-nimU apart- me cits. This proper! y fronts oo two Ftrreis end is located within one block ft Baltimore Street. HARRY B, SIMPSON Realtor—Insurance 113 Frederick Street Dial PA 2-5760 and PA 2-3723 £ NEAR CITY. cnESAPTOVVN'near ichool Bud atort. Frame \ rooms and bath, breakfast rook on 1st floor. 2 bedrooms, floor, den in ba5fimcnt. Hot air c fired, insulated. Garage. rhon« £or 3Vi»'°tDienl. OUT BEDFORD ROAD on Pea V!m Run Roari. New stone borne. 4 bed- xccms, living room, 17 x 13 kitch 13 x 12 sun room. Birch cabinets. Laundry anrt rccreatloa room and case- meat. Forced hot air tieati carport, =•* acre. Phone us to see, J. H. HOLZSHU CO IKSUHA.NCE REALTORS BONDING 11 S. CENTRE ST. PHONE PA £-6555 Ural Kit at* I-A VALE TEHHACE . brick bungalow nonlaln* five rooms und bath on the lir&t floor and an expandable ittlc. Modern kitchetx beautiful balh, garage in basement., Large lot 50 x 265 feet in Ibis beautiful 1 suburban &«clloa. Immediate possession. Price tl3,650.« CORniCANVJLLK BUNGALOW 1'hfi nice Iittte name .is only (hree years old and contains Jour good-siied rooms and bath. Basement under en tire house, forced hot air healing with. £as furnace. OaVc floors through oul. Located on Urge lot 100 x J25 tcfl overlooking the vaMey and Milage. Street lights, inspection by appoint- meal, Price 59,450.00 D. P. MILLER CO, INSURANCE AND HEALTORS 31 N. Centre SI. I'hone PA 4-2S93 Phone PA 4-J&3« No. 1 N. Liberty St. COMMERCIAL BUILDING J'OR BENT Tile and concrete block building ormorly occupied- by National Jet Company, located 115 Milton Place rear ot 321 North Centr. Street); con- airu 27W square Ico.t on each ol the wo floors,- £«! inert hpt water heal, uflicent parking s;>ace. Can be seen y appointment. ELLERSLIE, MD. Service Slatioa, £rocery" stor« and .ving quarters; (a live room and three room apartment), entire property In ood condition. Located on Main High •ay In North end of Ellerslie, Reasonable .price. JAMES W BEACHAM REALTOR—INSURANCE ]0 E. OLDTOWN ROAD Seven room brick sonil.bunBalow eon- aim \ivins room, dining room, tilchpn and bedroom on fjrst flcwr. three bedrooms and balh. on second floor, heated wood floors, coal fire steam heat. Nice HOWARD M. SPIKER JtEALTOIl — INSURANCE K. C'enlte St. Phone PA 2-21H ot, gcxxi location near schools. Siiit- ible as large family dwelling I Vis, lias good income. J ARK LANK. Very desirable brick lome. lit Fl— living whh fireplace, dining, Mod. kitchen. 2nd Fl—3 bedrooms, tito balh, stairs to attic. Full with Jtec. room, laundry, houer bain. Gas heat, storm windows doors, patio with fireplace. TO INSPECT CALL FROSTBURG 1489 MRS. KATOLLY or PA 4-ceeo. CARL F. SCHMUTZ !6 S. Liberty St. 87 AUBURN AVENUE sonry bungalow contains two bed rooms, bath, living room, kitchen, hardwood floor*, piped hot air heal — coal (ircd furnace, concrete basement. Situated on a nice stie lot, inspection by appointment. «S LKIPER STREET Five roam IDS iltjric ?lbric bungalow room bungalow contains living roon dining- room, kitchen, two bedroom. and hath, piped hot atr heat, coal fired uraace, concrete basement. 5hrt •oom bungalow contains kitchen, (w >edrrjoms and bath, hat air heal, coal ired furnace. Two car garage. Kit sue lot, Idspcclion by appointment, HOWARD M. SPIKER JIF.ALTOR — INSURANCE 20 S. Centre St. Phone PA M4 Situated along Valley Roa<J. 2 fclorj ariek, 7 rooms, bath, porches, ful basement, /orced warm air coal furnace heal, garage. Nice lot 40 x 160. All in Eocrf condition. Price only 55,500. Immediate possession. '02 F^nntgomery Ave,, Good S story irirJt.duplex dwelling having 4 rooms bath, porcJief, first IJoor, 3 rooms, bath second floor. Full concrete basement 'flrai-air coal furnace. Nice. lot. A ome and good paying investm Prica and Inspection by appointm GLENN WATSON & SON 213 Virginia Avt. PA 2-4040, PA 2-027B FROSTBURG, MD. :OLLEGE AVE, Large frame home u&i painted, 11 rooms, 3 baths, hard- SUBURBAN BUNGALOW WILLIAMS ROAD Four room frame bungalow situated on large lot fronting 222 eel on the Williams Road. Recently remodeled throughout, modern kitchen and bath, full concrete basement, new furnace, 'lenty of garden space and lawn or children. Situated near interaction o£ Williams and Christie . Price $6750.00 M. D. REINHART AGENCY PArkview 2-2111 Liberty Trust Bldff, NEW BUNGALOW, OLDTOWN ROAD About 2W miles from the City limits on ho Oldtown Road we have a nejv brick mngalow containing a large living room, j bedrooms, balh, kitchen and dining area and attached garage, "here are hardwood floors throughout with ultra modern kitchen and bath, t has a full concreted .basement, laun- !ry (rays, RUtamatte forced Warm air heal. The lot Is 75' x 2W. Immediate xcupancy, phont (or appointment. "see PERRIN about H" Pen-in Bids', on Pershlnjf St. PA 4-2360 Comer Broadway and. College Ave vfO star? frame bouse, 7 room*, aun jorcfa, pantry, full basement, steam heat, gas fired boiler, automatic bol •fater, 1 bslh, 1 powder room, hardwocK floora, Jarge do«t5> Insulated. Asbe shingle rooL B room frame bous« cant&Ialny 3 apartments, 4 rooms, bath ID eacb apartment, gai fired bot water heat, double garage. Well located »t 9! Broadway. Beall Insurance & Realty Co Pbooa Fbs. 3« —Ka Toll Charfi 9 WEST MAIN ST. FROSTB 0 S. Centre St. Phone PA 2-2000 950 MARYLAND AVENUE iubstautia] six room brick dwelling in rxcelltnl state ot repair. Hot water teat. Singh: garage. Price on applica- 10 n, 61B STHKET — UWALE Modern Ii4 stoiy dwellinir. First flc.. contains living; roopi, dining room iltchen, bedroom, bath and sun room Two bedrooms and balh on seconi toor. Full bascmrnt with two ;arage. Laundry and shower room lot water gas fired beat. Trie* ippllcallan. CAMP SITE •Huate J-ow«r Town Creek Road, three acres fronting VDO feet on water. Id«a ocatlon. - „ R Bailors Insuran ce Wiebel and Workmeister 123 Frederick Street I'hone PA 4-3380 41 Kindof (iroflt 42 Wipe up gravy SAmgator—- 4* Essential 5 - fish bcin 8 cakes 46 Pealed louder 49 Likeness S3 Armed forces' ACROSS 1 Broiled sherbet 13 Hodgepodge 14 Diminutive suffix 15 Dislikes 17 Masculine nickname 18 Deserve entertainment 54 Litlle by UUle SGNumljer 57 Russian mountains 58 Sea eagles jre vein 23 Ocean 24 Sweet spread 27 Immense 29 Kind of bomb 3 2 Ascended 34 Dress" ' 36 Lightest 37 Repair shoes 38 Masculine appellation 39 Consumes food point 60 Give ' • temporarily 6J Roman garment DOWN 1 __ chowder* 2 Honey source 3 Hebrew measure 4 Risk 5 Hawaiian food 6 Runs away 7 Aboriginal Japanese ,8 Flowers 0 Tea s I 10 Bread spread 11 Morning moistures 16 Cook ing needs 20 Mixes batter 22 Italian poet 24 Make fun 25 Nomad 26 Distance mark 28 Strawberry 38 PITTSBURGH PLATE CLASS EMPLOYEE!! Would you be Interested In owning a Sroom modest houte In B real bom«y and lovely country atmosphere, short distance from your work? WhUe there i coasiderabli land, much ol It Is in pods and same timber with a nice stream ol water through, part of the place. An additional 5-room log siding- covered coiy dwelling Is Included which will rent and help pay overhead. Good Electricity and telephone service. Cellar under both bouses. Price 30 Heraldic ' band . 31 Encounter 33 Spanish litre 35 Girl's nickname 40 Greek sea 43 Of. the ' Vatican 45 Ant 46 Evicts 4 7 Employs 48 Egyptian river 50 Air (prefix) 51 Rough crowd 52 Girl's name 55 Spanish hero ad Guess, Wrqng Lead By OSWALD JACOBV Written for NEA Service South had a close problem af- r his partner's single raise either a pass or a bid coulc criticized and South chose lo d. North's jump to four spades as cor-ect. The way Ihe cards y it took some help from the »fenso but West was obliging lough to give that help. West opened the three ot clubs )d East's king held the trick ast returned the eight of dia ¥3 10 50 Memoriol Day Answer to Previous Puzzle S3,500 locludei .e house mostly fur nlshed. Also some farming equipmeot. ROBERT W. YOUNG 107 S. Lee St. PA 4-560B or PA 2-3S28 ACROSS J Today we 33 Hebrew 7 Soldiers'—* are bedecked with flags 13 Olclc acid ester }4 We pause to 39 Finishes 40 Many localities have to their cemeteries. •43 Auricle M H -> A SE ranr T E M R 1 i O rV t£ 7f i r* i _ r V E 1 P A, O ;., A IN a S! T t. u •p & s H -ft A I U A D £ R O E T~ S S t= » 1 & 51 M e c. u t_ T 1 S I i° 0 tP L_ e o s 0 Wi =< E 3 is) AC MS G A NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNER3 Notice Is hereby given lhat at x meeting of the Mayor and City Council ol Cumberland, Maryland, to bo held in Ihe City Hall at 10:00 o'clock A.M., E.D.S.T., June 24, 1057, an onll- nsncc ivill be introduced providing fi the closing ot an unnamed sixteen fool Of}') alley running parallel with and one hundred ieet U00 1 } distant mea til red in a southerly direction irorn the southerly sirle oE Sanfoid Street ant extending easVwardly from thi caste. eidc o[ Gte a Km Street one hand: ieet (100*) to Us Intersection vrtth Unnamed alley (.hat run*.parallel wit •-Gleason Slrcct. . • The ordinance win also provide ft the appointment of Commissioners I award compensation to any person o persons owning properly on said PJI of said street which may ba closed am Who may ho affected thereby. WAYnn AND CITY COUNCIL OF CUMBERLAND Wallace C. U City CUrk Adv.—K-T-May ?2-39 Juno 5-12-13 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the Jbscriber hai obtained irom the Orp- lans' Court ot Allegany County, Maryand, letters Testemenlary on the slate ot Rebecca S. Dinning late of Mlegany County, Maryland, deceased. 11 persons having claims against the eceased are hereby warned to exhibit tie fame, with the vouchers thereof iuly authenticated, to the subscriber an or before the 2-fth, day o[ November, 1957. They may otherwise by law bi excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves idebtcd to said estate are lequestet to mak* immediate payment. Given under my hand this 2ith da> of Iii ay, IWi. XIHLMAN DINNING Executor. 296 Welsh Hill. Frcstburs, Md, Adv.—TNMay 25-June 5-12-19 Display Classified EASY RATtOBEST :ed Sales & 5ervfc« . PA 2-i let n Intolf ' HtOI RAILINGS WARNER'S ' 1201 Va. Av*. PA 4-0774 AD311N1STRATORS' NOTICE ! This Is (o give notice thai the fiib- rife e rt have »obtained from the 0 r- ians' Court of AHcgany County, Mary- nd. lutlcrs ot Administration on the fate of Bessie M. Rubinelte, late ot llcgany County, Maryland, deceased. 11 persons having claims against the creased are hereby warned to c bit the same, with the vouchci nereof duly authenticated, to the sii- irlbers on or before the 10th day oE ovembcr, 1957- They may otherwise y law be excluded Irom all benefit ol :aid estate. All person* knowing beinselves Indebted to said estate are , _, . . ._ payment ItHh day EARL E. MANGES, JIAHpLD E. NAUGHTOtf, AdmTnistralors, 120 S. Liberty St., Cumber] an a, Aid. >dv. T-May 35-22-29; Juhe 5 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE TIMS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. Thai the lUbscriber lias obtained from the Orp- ians* Court oE AHegany County. Wary and, letlers Testementarj- on estate of AIHtnn J. Phlllipr Jala Allcgany County, Maryland, deceased All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibj the tame,. with the vouchers thereo duly authenticated, to the subjcribei on or before the 21th day oL-Noveraber 1957. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the salt estate. All persons knowing themselve Indebted to said estate are requests lo make immediate payment, Given under its hand this 24lh tia o£ May, 1957, THE LIBERTY TRUST CO, o Cumberland, Md., Executor Uaftlmore St., Cumberland, Md. Adv.—T-May 29-Jutie 5-12-19 It's Fun—It's Economical DO-IT-YOURSEIF All STEEl GARAGES — COTTAGES UTILITY BUILDINGS Designed To Complement Any AsIowos?4.00PerWcek (IF You Prefer—W. Will Inltall) LIFEGUARP CONSTRUCTION CO. 4ii tiBEiinr Tfiusr BIOS. DIAL PA 2-3710 BEER POPULAR BRANDS Reg. Bottles . .. 2.59 Throwowoys .. . 2.99 Cans > 3.19 Gcrman : Export 2.99 FREE DELIVERY KLINE'S Liquor Store N, Mccb. PA 4-37-10 . ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, Thai th Jbscrit«r has obtained from llic Orp tians' Court of Allegany County, Mar> land, letters ot Administration on th lie of diaries A. WeBnlan lat Allcgany County, Maryland, di ceased. All persons .having claitr aftainst Ihe deceased are hereby wan -;d (o exhibit the came, with the vouch Ta thercol duly authenticated, to th subscriber on or before the 17th da November, 3957. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit c the said estate. All persons knowir IhemseJv-es indebted io said estate ai. requested to mate Immediate payment Given under my hand this 17lh day May, 1957. EARL E, MANGES, Administrator 120 S. Liberty Street Cumberland. Marylan Adv.—T-May 22-23-June S-12. AOMfMSTRATRrX C.T.A. KOTICC THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That th subscriber has obtained from the Orp haru' Court of Allecany County, M*r> land, letters of Adnnicmtratlbn c.l.a. o the estate ol Sophie SI, -Lammert tat of AHegany Ccuniy, M-aryI«ad, de- sed. AU persons havinp claim against the deceased are hereby warn ed lo exhibit the same, with Ihe v&uch ers thereof duly authenticated, lo th subscriber on or before the 17th day o Novc mber, 1937. They m ay otherwi by law be Deluded from all benefit ihe saTd estate. AH persons knowii themselves Indebted to said estate a_. queued to make immtdiate payment Given under my hand this 17lh day o May, IS57. ELIZABETH LAMMF.HT WOLFE Administratrix o.t.a. Xrostfcurp, Maryland .—r-.May ^2-23-Junc 5-12. KEEP Your Garden Growing with proven oWi from Smith Gardens 1120 Shoc.i lor, Play Safe While i You Drive! { to i ' Keep alert-cSew gam Avoid traffic jitters and driving drowsiness. Chewgumvrhileyou're behind th* wheel. .Chewing helps relieve strain and tension — erjucsled to make immediate payment Given under our hands thli ~~" ' ot -May, 1957. ORDERED this 14" day of* May. iy the Circui t Con rt lor All' ORDKR 1 __. Chicago Alsrkct Company vs Hames 'aulbec and William E. Duby. No 4827 Equity In the Circuit Court fo .llegany County, Maryland. 1957 County, that the sale mada "and re ported by William J. Gunter, Assignee 3e. and the same Is hereby ratifiei and confirmed, unless cause to thi ontrary be shown on or before Ihi 5" day of June, 1957; provided a :opy of this Order be published 1 Dine newspaper published in Allegan f~ ... Maryland, on ce a week fo iiicccssive weeks before the 8' day of June, 1957. The report state* tha amount' 0 ite to be J700.00. /s/ JOSEPH E. BODEN True copy| Test: Joseph E. Boden, clerk Adr.—T-May 15-22-23. Thus your thoughts revert to loy, who on the one hand, Eytn- olizes "anxiety .state," and on he other hand, "hero-ta-thee s c u e /' inasmuch as he nee asked to marry you. The rge to "call other old boy friends igmfies lack of friends at pre- ent; and a "flight" from here- nd-now, back to a more careless ime. before you were a wife anr mother. My advica isi broaden Ihe cape of your living. Cultivate eaV friendships in your locality, ;et a bobby (sayi flower grow- ng), attend church, if possible do church work, and by these means rise out of slagnan' anxiety. Thi£ kind of social maturing will do much lo help vour husband, job-wise, too.— M. H. LAW OFFICE OF W. EARLE COREY CUMBERLAND. MD. Peart n. MulliRan. 20 Orchard Street Cumberland, Maryland, Complainanl Jamc* JI. RidgcJcy, lliRan. S Blocher St Virginia, Hcsponricn( No. 24592 Equity In Ihe Circuit Cour r or Allegany County, Maryland. ORDER OF 1'UBLICATJON Tha object of this suit is to procur s decree divorcing Pearl R MulUEan .he Complainant, from James If. Mui] A. VINCULC Ran, the Respondent. MATRIMONI1. The Bill recites the marriage of th parlies in Cumberland, Allegany Coun y, Maryland, on July 28, 1922; tha ha Complainant has been a reslden of Allegany County, Maryland, To over 15 years: that th» Respondent 1s non-resident ol Maryland and nov siding at 3 Blochcr Street, Ridgeley West Virginia, that one child, who I now an adult residing In Johnstown 'ermsylvania, was bom to the pa ot this marriage: that although ... •onduct of the Complainant toward th Respondent has Always been kin. ilfcctlonate and above reproach, th laid Respondent without any jus •ausc or reason, abandoned and dc icrtcd the Complainant and declare its intention to liva will] her-ho Jong :r And that such Abaridonmcnt an iescrlion has continued uninfcruptcd] for at least eighteen months and deliberate and final and tha ecparalio 'f the parties beyond any ressonabl hop* or expectation of reconciliation Tt Is thereupon this 2lsl day ol Ma> 1957, by the Circuit Court ol Allc Counly, Maryland. Ordered that th wOmplainanl by'causing a copy of th Order to be published In some dai newspaper in Allc^any County, Mar [and, once ft week for four successv before the 22(1 day of June, 195 Riving notice to the absent Respondcn James If. Mulligan, of the o^irct substance of this ruit warning" hli be and ipptar in ihis Honorable Court person or by solicitor, on or befor the 8 day of July, 1957, lo show caus if any he may have, vrhy a dccre should not be passed as prayed. /s/ Joseph E, Bodeo Clert True Copy; Test: " .' E. Baden, Clerk Adv. T May S3 30-Jun« J-12 YOU SAVE money lo th« (one ru which Is fast another way of «ayin that Una Ionger jxiur ad ru nt th lower per day your rale become Order your ad to run untl] notifies and get Hie best rate obtainable (o tiambcr of limei* that It runs gum you like but chew while you drive. Naturally, we recommend refreshing, delicious fresh and alert for iGum-for lively, „..._ .srferdnwng. Tying flavornnd^al t-hew any brand of chewing enjoyment. MaWBfcSaKHfttmffiiffiBasBW&i&X lary Haworlh (Continued from Page 10) ou. So, being a childish sort of erson, unprepared as yet to ope steadfastly with life's prob- ems as they appear, you yearn the memories of departed ones animal 15 Petty prince 47 Boundarj 16 "Lily maid (comb, torm) o£ Astolat" 50 rYighlencd 17 Abstract being 52 Bird nconsciously for "'magic" erance from difficulties. deli- IS Sticky substance 20 Conducted 21 Softens in temper 23 Poker stake 26 Body ol water 27 Feminine appellation 31 Misplaced 32 Smell Mary Haworth counsel! (hrouph ncr column, nol by mall or personal interview. Wrile lo her in care of The Evening Times. (King feature i S>nujcale) 54 Legislative body 55 Rounded 56 Expunger 57 Traps DOWN t Stockings 2 Enthusiastic ardor 3 Soaks flax 4 Kowing toot 1 S-Hussian storehouse 6 Divisions of the calyx 7 Green S Rent anew 9 Hawaiian pepper 29 Crucifix 30 Crafts 36 Bartcrer 3TDinc 38 Experts 41 Rugged mountain IS Girl's 30 Face covering 43 Essential 11 C~-l n.1,.1.. L_t_ _ ' 11 Sea eagle, 12 Sow. 19 Observe 21 Snare anew 22 Tallies 23 Exclamation ol sorrow 24 Protuberance 25 Former Russian ruler 28 Norse god being 44 Maple gcrius 45 Genus ol „ leaping amphibians 47 Above 48 Ple.xus % 49 Angers SlShort-nappct fabric 53 Mouths 35 The quotation, "Peace, peace; where there Is no peace," occurs n the Bible in the sixth chapter of the "Book oC Jeremiah. ADMINISTRATOR C.T-A. NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, Tha he subscriber has obtained from the )rph a [is' Court of Alleff any County •la ryland, letters Of Administration c.t.a. on the estate of Charles E. Robf nclte late of Allegany County, Maryana. deceased, AH persona having claims against the deceased ar< hereby warned to exhibit the sam«, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, o the subscriber oo or before the 7th day ol November, 1957. They may itherwisc by law b« excluded from all f (he said estate. AH persons themselves Indebted to wid estate are requested; lo make immediate payment. Given under my hand Ibis 7th day of May, 1957. m GEORGE BOXELL, Administrator r.t.; Route ^4, Cumberland, Md, Adv.—T-May 6-15-23-29 NO 27 HZ 29 Polato chips are generous In protein, calcium, phosphorous, iron, thiamina and riboflavin, niaciii and ascorbic acid. Explosion of a hydrogen bom is as mild as the falling of feather compared to the enerj released by an exploding star. A diplomat Is tuppo&ed lo bring hom« the bacon without spilting the beore, *;,«» A fellow hosn't really got !A. Somnio until he can't sleep on Ihe J °k' ' ct.CJl» They'll Do It Every Time ••—». By Jimmy Hatlo On Bridge NORTH f AK9763 VJtO » 1073 *A52 WEST EAST 41084 AJ »Q7 *AQJ6 SOtrTH(O> AAQS2 V - r NoHh and South S«Xi . Vitft North »* East . Opening lead — 4 3 ilatned North bitterly and «atd. 'If you had In double wilh a n'ngleton club why did you ever •NOKTH T VAKQ9 4KQJ983 410 WEST <D) BAST 4AQ643 48S lV32 ' If J 104 « 10J 47.4 4AQ87 4KS54J1 SOUTH 4 K 10 7 2 V8754 * A65 4J6 Both vulnerable North 'tut Sootk Double Pass 1 N.T. 2 • Pass 2 N.T. » N.T. Pasj Pass t, VFtml 1 4 Pass Pass . Opening lead — 47 nonds. South played low and 'cst won with Ihe jack. At this point all West-"iiceded o do was lo lead a black card nd wait to. make his ace. a'nd uecn of diamonds but West de- ded that his partner had led a jubleton diamond and that he iculd give him a ruff. Accord- ngly, West played the ace and nother diamond. When East had lo follow to le third diamond declarer reathed a sigh of relief, pulled he adverse trumps and claimed is contract. West's continuation of the dia lond suit had been extremely ad play. If he had stopped to link matters out logically he hould have counted South's hand s four spades, four hearts, three iamonds and two clubs. In the event that South held our diamonds and only three carts South would surely have one up on the first club lead in rder to pull trumps before Easl ot a chance to lead through the ing of diamonds. Q*-Th« bidding has been: S'orih Eist Sooth W«l raise me lo three no.lrump? When 1 bid two no-trump couldn't you have bid three hearts? I would have raised you to four and we would have made our game?" North was not as vociferous as South but he felt lhat South was at fault and appealed to me to assess the blame. My answer is that South is entirely at fault. South's inilial response lo the double was reasonable but he had absolutely no excuse for his second bid. Over two diamonds South should have bid two hearts, not two no-trump. his would show exactly whai he ad. A Tair hand with four litlle carts. North would have jumped to our hearls unless West came » 3* 4« 5* 1 3 » Pass * Pass 4 Pass » Pass Yon, South, hold: 4816 VKJ8S «K951 *A3 \Vhat do joa do? i, Bid foor DO-tmmp. Too bid six diamonds U Ton er abowc two tea UK! pan If be ibowi one. If be ibowi no «s roa need sv new ptrtne*./'* ' ^TODAY'S QUESTION 1^ Jl b the same hand. Your partner bids five spades over your our no-trump. What do you do? AMWCT Tomorrow South Talked Once" Too Of leu West was mighty unkind. H opened the seven of clubs agains he threc-no-trump contract. Eas and West made six club trick and two spades and packed u 400 charity points. South was indignant. p, with the lead oE a low club oulh would have made five odd. Q—The Mddmg has been: Eui Pass Pass Pass Pass South West 1 ¥ Pasi 3 * Pass 4 N.I- Pass "You, South, hoi* What do you do? A—Bid five DO-tramp. If yocr partner >hmn both khin yo« will Wd K7tn dUtnomU; other- wite roe eaa stop xi ibc. TODATS QUESTION The bidding has been; i North «; E»st South I 1 « -f Pass ? You, South, hold: West , 4K9S 4A101 +KJ8S1 What do you doj A»wer Tomorrow Finally. South's analysis was ust about as bad as his bidding. f North had become declarer at learts East would have opened he eight of spades. West would lave cashed two spade tricks and he ace of clubs and led a third spade. This would eslablish a rump for East and beat the land one trick. Rare Whooping Crane Housed In Texas Zoo SAN ANTONIA, Texns «v-The San Antonio zoo has acquired a rare whooping crane captured on a ranch near Lometa. Texas. They named it Rosie. Zoo Director Fred Stark hopes h» can get a mate for Rosie from the Auslwell refuge on the Texas Gulf where crippled males are sometimes spotted. Less than 30 of the 6-foot white birds, once plentiful in North America, returned from their winter nesting grounds in Canada. They were within 15 birds ot extinction at one time in recent years. 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