Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1948 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 7, 1948
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Phone 4BOO for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 19-IS NINE P-E Sells Trust, .Bonds la'-scy. Stuart and Company, /it the same Lime. W. C. Laiifjlcyi Tin. 1 directors aba nutliorixcJ Hi I'k, at. .1 price of J01.8C8. land Company. Alexander Brown sale of ?1.500.01)0 in common stod- loncy Is to be used Jor liirisc r.ncl Son sincl others were the sue-i I'l-pi-CKCnlinj; 75.000 Chares, to l,h sole] lo Ha |Neiv York j The money usuiile capital improvement over tin: i'w>pci::ur uf tomorrow us the ira- .taordins to Dr. F. C. Snycicr, a.s- ncisce UmverMiy, radioactive iso- 1 knowledge about hidden ore de- 'tionnl pick, .-.liovcl. !»:id sluice box. sistnut professor of geology at Ten-hopes may provide the keys to posits. Compan. terday that $5,500,000 In first mortgage and collateral trust bonds were bidders on 30,0,0(1 shares nfWrsl. PCMII Elcclric Conipiiny. .r,rctL-i-|'cri stock cai'ryinc a dlvldcn-l of i rate of 4.7 c ir.i-! It is Directors of the Potomac Edison l../.^"^^^^^^^^^^^.^^-.^^)!-!.^ ui ^.,^^^.^- to th[i ijub;j( , Ls(!lo[)ii: Gold I'aiiui.i^ ompany. Frederick, announced yes- !,°, 0 ' un ^ ,j™ t "thc^omls'tt-n"'^ 'of-! at S'-OO a share. Compensation for, KNOVVJLLE. |INS> — A fercd to the public each $200 bond. at 102.4G for'ha'.idlina the issue is S3.20, netting couiucr fnr mcasurir.R radioactivity 'the utility S9C.80 a shnrc. :nv.iy liccomc as ussciv.ia: to the is more than "skin-deep -cp?gi? The modern design for 49 Th» New Hudson—the first ond only cor you »tep down Into—achloves true itreamlinlng and todoy'i lowojt jll- houette ai the natural result of a basically new design principle available in no other type of automobile! Every time your eyes linper on a New Hudson, you arc ndroirinp beauty as genuine as nature at her j;lorious best! For this stunning streamliner has fresh stylinR that begins clc-op inside the car with a recessed floor which is the key to the ''step-down" design—the exciting idea that opens up new opportunities for genuinely beautiful lines! Yes, for years it has been widely fcnown that the lower a car can be built, the more beautiful it will be, the better it will ride and hnndle. Bui whenever men have sought to create the ideal in low-built motor cars, without lowering the interior floor, they've had to keep top lines high to preserve inside head room, or reduce inside roominess to pet top lines down—an unsatisfactory core- promise in either case. And even with compromises, no car has ever matched the giamorously low silhouette Hudson brings you today! This is because Hudson--nnd Hudson n |onc—has a recessed floor in an ejrdusivc, nil steel Monobilt body-arid-frame* which makes it possible to build the lowest cnr on the highway—just five feel from ground to top — but with more head room than in nny mass-produced car built today! The exci'd'ng, more than s-kin-decp beauty of the New Hudson is the natural result of this basic "step-down" construction, which is so right it frees the designer of the need for makeshifts in styling.** We cordially invite you to see and drive the New Hudson. You'll quickly sense that, this car is so far ahead it's a protected investment in motor car value. • Trade* m irk ar pending. - drtign r.rf wp/nmrrf in a boaklft aioihble at all Hudfan dealers*. NEW The only car you step Hudson COME IN, TRY THESE ALL * STAR FEATURES- * Drive-Mosfer Trnnsmission-mrtomotic genr shifting in forward speeds •* 121 H.P. Super-Six pr 128 H.P. Super-Eight Engine * Triple-Safe Brakes * Wctrthcr-Conlrol * Center-Paint Steering * Super-Cushion Tires Jenkins and iSchriver 129 S. Mechanic St. CumberJand, Md. Phone 12 Millenson's . . . BALDWIN GRANDS * BALDWIN SPINETS * NOW ON DISPLAY CUSTOMER PARKING LOT Just across street from our store. You are invited to park your car on this lot free of charge. It is maintained especially for the accommodation of our customers. Open any Evening by Appointment AUTHORIZED BALDWIN DEALERS FOR CUMBERLAND AND VICINITY . . . 317 Virginia Ave. Give your family a fine Piano... Since the piano forms a basis for the musical background that is so necessary to the weli-rounded education, a picno is practically essential in homes of culture and refinement. For this recson Millensons', so long famous for completeness in home furnishings, is the plocc to select your piano. Here cf Millenson's you wiii find the Baldwin Grand and ihs Baldwin Spinet in styles end finishes pleasing lo you. Your family needs a piano . . . choose it at Millenson's where the values are higher and the prices lower. >orthtand Skiis n^/^i,, 3.081015,50 ,.,5.88 to 12,95 Pool Table 4.48 to 21,95 TabSe and Chair Sets 7.98 to 24.95 Sleds fr,3J8 8.98 to 15,59 Battery Trains 312,95 Also Complete Line of Electee Trains ond Accessories Here's the beauty you want—ibc re- new ServcJ! The silent Gas Refrigerator fris;cr:uor that gives you year.s and —with no moving parts in the freezing years ol trouble-free service. It's the system to wear out or become noisy. OF ICC The ncu v Scrvcl krcpi yon piicd with ice cubes — so remove from the new trigger-release ice trays. v'cll easy «(G FROZEN FOOD LOOTER Room to store a bushel basketful of packaged frozen foods ... so convenient for scoring menu, and fo^'!. ffO^ll- \ \ W IV, MOIST COLD—CRY COtD Garden greens crisp up in Scrvcl's ocw-actioo frcsheccr. Meats keep tender for days in the big meat storage tray. IfeS* FLEXIBLE INTERIOR There's plenty of room to store everything—even but;c turkeys, large bottles, watermelons. Sturdy clear-across shelves adius: to 11 different positions. HICMZ5T KONOMY Only Serve! assure,'; you permanent si- •Icncc—years of completely dependable u-oubJe- frcc service. Your new Scrvcl will give you years of uninterrupted service . . . -will cose you .only a few cents a day to operate. Cumberland & Allegheny Gas Co. 149 Baltimore St. Tel. 3080

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