Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 25, 1945 · Page 20
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Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Sunday, February 25, 1945
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KOUR Large Majority Of Public Favor Postwar Military Training Plan, Poll Shows Virtually ' Sf-vrn Out of examined, they ore found to bo In nr>«-ll V/lll "V. . _ .. „,».._» rrrH rnrv trn n- Every Ten For Compulsory Triiinin.t! of Nation'sYoulli r^i i".uiuiru, v*»i-^ 1*1« ifavor of a peacetime.nrtiitary train- : . (.-. ,. *,1l.-.t»f t n lot-trap tralnlng law should he pa.ised now, or should this wait un" 1 after the warV" ; im<; replicJs: F»vnr Passing Niw .. . ..... 37'i Favor Walling Until After War ... ................. Z5 Undecided ---- . ........... ' Total By GEORGE GALLUP Director, American ln.--.Ui.ute of ; . Public Opinion . |ln« program by .a slightly larger m.ijorlty than men./ t People who say they voted Roosevelt: Sri the last election in li-.yor of the profliam *»' "V majority than Is the cuse among for are , follows: ui.tjvi »*-J I..IIA*. tj ---r - who say .they votetl for.Dcwey - majorities-aniorMj both Etoup.-! fnvor peace-tune' militury iralnlnp. Pi-lncc.ton, N. J-,'•?&>. 'J4—A Inr«e lKlW(:ver . iiiLi Is rfiown a maJorlLy of tl)i!' : Atn«ri<:uii jjeoplc— Vote Uy rurtlcs virlv.flUy'• Pi-voii ovit of every ton -~[ . •. PKI) continue'; on liio-Mde o( ihose;iir?u- '— In favor of iiuUwiy! In line with their thinking about; the iifit-cl for a peacetime military! unlnin? progrni". the public hasij nlso shown Its determination not to;l be caught unprepared again In the;I event of war by : favoring a much;! larger peace-time'-army and navy;! thim existed during the period be- I twwn World War 1 and World War ' (rnlnlus for the rmUon's ymitli. ArRUinent over th« Issue has waxed hot clurliiK Hie weeka since .. Preside n I Roobiwlt Y« Nn Opitiinn 8 ncwey Voters . fil'i 30 fi When nsked what size army and navy we should have after the war In" a recent Kiirvey, voters, on the average, culled for ti peacetime army of "nbouI 2.000,000 men and a peace- 'timr! navy of about 1,000,000 men. | Thla represents (in army four 'Limes greater th'nn we had In 1938. I counting not only the regular army There Is some difference of opln-l buL n i« o 'national: guardsmen nndi ion among rwoplc favoring such a lrcS Drvlsts! It represents a imvy live j . s ^rtater than in 1338, count.-1| oniccrs and enlisted men In '*"••« 1>II I [inu'ns i/*-"i'» v - » • - ----- -* - prt«rnm ns to whi'-n a law providing for it should tx- piU*«J. . Tills is or . . shown when these people nre naked: of a bill to -set up such n rj'rosram . for Uif post-war. r>r period, in MJI a'ummi Coi)(;re-s-s. '•.-..'. . I . Educational' lenders .have Uikcn | the k-ftrt on behalf of Ihe Mil and! In opposition to it. In an oprn letter to the ProslcU'ni- 12 e'oUeicp am! tmlvcrMly he;ul;: . questioned the nml for .Mich a bill: and provxisMi':p<istprineinont of any*. nction on It, at Icitsl until Germany i has been defeated Fo-.irUfn other rolle^e and nnl- versliy pwi<!ent.s lako Uie oppi*itc- view, urging upon, the Pres!<li-»'. prompt (k-cls!on iih tin? Issues. Tho question: ns put to. n irross- uection of the nriult population: rnl(!t;iry MK occrs Navy as well as members of naval; militJn state "After this 'war you think ftver.v Is over, do . nhle-bndifil man xlimitd 1« r«|iilrril to Uke military nr naval traln- Insr for nne The replies : Flowers Weddings : Birthdays ./':•. Anniversaries To Better Express Your Sympathy /Of Sympathy Shut-ins Births; Whin Hie vote of aroincn Hen Who Get Up nights Often Lose Their Pep If roo how to Krt IP 3 or roors UIEW » niilrt. your tMt to broken unit IVI no wonarr a TWI tffi old r»i«t rim-dinm irfor* TOUT Oni. So U jtia Uct Up OTitJiw or wiler frotn UliuSdrr WcalineM. yt>ln:ul'Pnss»g<-3. Bur*- nche. Lev I>rjttw, M«TTo«.inr«. Hluumlitle p&lnc^ of Swollen Ankles, auo to norv-^rK^^lc »nd non-ostcmlc Kldwy »hd BUUtfrr Trou- Wes, yoii should iff Cyilcx '» physicians urrjcrlpilor,). Osuafly, th» nnAnfaofeat i hi TV If. Lt m PI ry b< in b\ m Rl til : Fl fr Ft h. 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PHONE 2432 pring's smartest suits coats... Soft In Line ,,, Color,,, and Detailing! Priced Irresistably Low! Feature Values! 1998 2998 3998 Comes Springtime . . . and it's first to the Cumberland Cloak and Suit Store to see the exciting new fashions in suits and coats! .;;• -... •;, • •• •• Color hits a'new high with everything from pastels to vivid hues . . . suits ore softer, definitely individual . . . coats go to all extremes—from the flared^tunic to the dashing shortie! And together, you have a beautiful balanced wardrobe in itself. Now is the time to catch • this wonderful preview of Spring . . . you'll find fashions In full bloom! For juniors, misses, women and larger women. " : A SMALL DEPOSIT \VH.l, HOLD YOUR SEI.KCT1ON ON OUR LAY-AWAV I'LAN VICTORIANA SAILORS 5.98 Shades of the gay 90's! These pretty sailors will top the smartest Easter ensembles. No. 1 choice for the dressiest spring in years. Black, navy and 1 bright colors. : Other Bright New Hars for Spring. .... .2.98 to 10.00 SO MANY NEW BLOUSES! 1.98 TO 5.98 THE PRETTIEST SPRING DRESSES YOU VE SEEN 5.98 9.98 16.98 Name your style and color, and you're almost certain to find it among this brilliant all inclusive selection of fresh new blouses!. Blues that'll double the versatile suit and skirt wardrobe . . . and at surprisingly little cost. So bright : so cheerful ... so downright becoming, you'll want to go through every group and buy them by the armful! . . . Prints that rival a garden in full bloom . . . pastels, soft and delicate . . . vivid hues and combinations that fairly sparkle and shout "It's spring!" .. . One and two piece dresses . ...;styles for your most important spring and Easter o.ffoirsv. . smart casJals, you'll wear the year 'round and each and every one priced in keeping with hard-working wartime budgets. For juniors, misses, women and larger women. RATION FREE! DRESSY PATENTS and GABARDINES COLORFUL NEW BAGS 1.98 TO 393 Pretty complnmcnU , for your'new •prlrig suit, coat nnd dresses I Dressy new Kabnrdlnes ,'. . nnd sleek, shiny pntents in ft host of new spring styles. High,-lov..nnd. cubfin heels. Those wimtecl colors: hlnck, brown, bo.lgc. red and green! All sixes. Note: No Ratlon-stnmp Is. needed. ' : *timnlated 6,98 Perfect complements for your new spring coat or suit. Sleek simulated patents and leather, as well as a grand collection of fine fabrics. Black, navy and all spring shades. Metal and plastic frames. Nicely lined and fitted. CUMBERIAND CLOAK 48 TO 58 BfiLTtMORE ST. CUMBERLAND. M&RYLA.N& i

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