The News from Frederick, Maryland on July 8, 1948 · Page 10
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July 8, 1948

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 10

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Tfct Item*. rnAvtek, M4.. Tkinto?. J«iy S. ItU i Guard Against Set With Safety Play *« VAJ19C 3 *f 54 N 1 * J I O f f ) W E S D*o(«r · K 9 5 4 A A K Q 7 * AS3 f · Lestoe Kand--Both vul. |5«lt* West Serth Cut = J A Pass 2* Pass j2N.T. Pass . 3* p«* s s * A Pass Pass j-- · Q United* Score Five Time* In One Inning Sewing five run* in the fifth i main* to break a $-5 deadlock. thfr Unitcds defeated the Ideal i Farms Dsiry nine. -iO to 8. in their ' first encounter of the second half of the Municipal Softball League m Baker Park Wednesday cven- JQf. Potomac Edison v.on the first $ame of the second-half Tuesday j ' evening by turning back C. P.. 9 to 3. Hicks and Martz hit: · homers, i The score: ' Uniteds Ideal Farms Knifings, Barber Baker and S C!cm The score' C i P Potomac Ed:yt"i Hill and Mallonee. MOJS. Represented Key Post R 10 H E 1J 3 S 12 4 and Ko'.b. * H Court News By WILLIAM E. McKENNEY Aaierica's Card Authority Written For XEA Service , I would like so predict that it w31 not be long before tournament! Georg* Howard bridge vvil! be p'^ed in Midland.' Audrey R Shaffer bill of com- fexas. Miss E^a Toad, formerly p!amt fo , an abso!u . c j :vorce . of Clevelanc O. nov. in Midland. HeicR N Hendrsckson vs Omcr games in j£ the country. Shaffer *nd it will no: be surprising if , ,!imonv and counsel fee sense of her plsvcrs compete and do Marriage Licenses ·n-ell in the big Texas tournaments. *ocn- Safety plas are a fsvonte topic 17. AdarrMown. Route 1 James F. Capsno. 22. 49 K »ireet l^ S iOr Goxcrnor and Mj ^ Grove Brunswick and Dons L " · - · · - - - -"·**'·»* W a ' a c e " ' and Ana Grove. left So right. An-,cric«n L«'gMn Auxiliary, at Mi" Bcouii w a ruiane'-up \: baJ- clected general clerk for ii? Chansb-r-s -Aas one of the e chosen So npp»ar vn a . , * C J " Anrr 'P c '^ recent!} raf!j ° program to explain she purposes of Girls Sf»t? or mine, and I rc.-ncmber discuss- ByrorJ L. Oberhr.!?er." ^'-'. Shadv phebu " "un^?!'or so s^c local ^ L Da-.^. C Burn* and w.fe to Gouker and husband. Robert H Routzahn and \vife '. Roy T Guv ton and \wfc. county. IHR one of th?rn \\:th Miss Todd Grove. Pz . and Helen when I jaw her last at Hollywood. -21. Grecncasllc. Pa FIs If you hola four trumps, and Propcrt\ Deeded a good, runnablc fn - e-card suit on Harvey the 5ide. it aocs not «cem that any , Nicie C. safety play i- required That is c * l v - S«0- not true, however With a four- card trtin-.p rust, you must ahva;. s suard against four '.rumps bc:ng $ in in one hand. ' In today's hard fnr example- i f ! "^'-MC AUGUST 7 declarer does not cuard asainst. Thc annu3t Picnic of !hc Locurt four trumps sn one hand Ea=t w i l l ! Va " e ' Church of God Sunday interrunt the runntnR of the club' schoo! - Rcv - la!rc Ebersolc. pa«=- suit The ittax:mum number of )°-'···'""c neld in Guy ton's tricky can be made bv winning the tv '° mltcs " orth Kram Mr«- MaryJatf! u*cd on ihe program o «ppe«rcd on Mr Re'fi radio pro- S Rodock. this cstv . prepared she bri"f hi:or% of LOOK TO YEAR'S PROGRAM , months, prosram co-nmittecs are While the main prosra.T.s of She v. ork.ng for iniiructixe and inier- Maryland State Society Daughte-s csl!n K Pfsranvs for next jear and of ,h. African Rc^u.,*,. and ^^^^ Tl^Srr^K tPo.-e of it-, thirlv-thrrc chapter* Nie'd. !=:ate regent. :s alrcadv plan- nro suspended during thr .v.muncr r.mg her calendar for-1943-1949. opening lead of the queen of dia- August it will an ail-day play he protect, Mr. o l .-n s X - I 5 "'"* 1 fOUr «'» be the evcmnc speaker Music trumps m one hano. but five. w l l l bc b , hc Rohrerw .,,, c Baad West will v.-m the spade trick ---- 1 --.______ ·with the nine-spot If he comes back with the sec of hearts, de- ' clarer wins the second heart trick with the king, ruff? another diamond in dummy, and now he can pick up the trump* and run the club 5uit Thus he makes cie\cr tricks. Conservation Law Changes Suggested Baltimore. July 7 lip,--The State Game and Inland Fish Commission today suggested several changes in Maryland's conservation laws. At a Legislative Council hearing, commission officials asked authority to put new regulations into effect "immediatclv upon publication" m event of ftrc hazard or "similar emergency." While the council--interim committee of the Legislature--reacted favorably to this proposal. Considerable opposition appeared to a companion proposal which would permit the commission to put other regulations into effect upon five days" notice, without a hearing. Garner Wood Denmead. chairman of the commission, said the present provision for 10 days* notice o£ a hearing plus ten days' subsequent notice before a regulation became effective hampered the commissions work in some cases. The commission also sought a law to require fur dealers, tanners and taxidermists to take out licenses It also ssked numerous minor amendments to existing regulations. B e e c h - N u t Foods for Babies · STRAINED · JUNIOR SPRANKLE'S NORTH END GROCERY 625 X. Market St Phone 1715 Goodness Knows . . . 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