Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1948 · Page 2
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TWO EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1948 Two Board 30 Men Inducted In Army Robert H. Warnich, Barton,' and Arnold \Vecse, Jr.. Westernport, both of-Draft Board 30 of Frostburg, were. Inducted into the Army yesterdny at the local recruiting station and were assigned to Camp 'Pickctt, Va. , .- tEleven from the same board were •given pro-induction tests. They'; were Harry William Miller, George C. Dialing, .'Emory W. Merr- bach, Arthur-G. Winner, Paul B. Michaels, Albeit R. Winner, Lloyd Yutzy, James T.' Bean. Ellsworth J. Shockey, William L. Bender and John L. Short. Two Friendsvllle men enlisted at the office yesterday. James L. King joined the Regular Army for three years and Lonnlc A. McCullough will go to the Air Force for three years. Throe inductees and eight, for pre-Jnduction examinations will re- port at the office today from Oakland Board 47. Split-Personality STOCKHOLM —(,?) —An adder with one • wicked and one gentle head is living' on the dolo in the Stockholm Forestry Institute. Without human assistance the monster could not exist as the two heads are unable to cooperate. The right head always strives to the right 'and the left head to left. Meeting nn obstacle on their path the right head will go around it to Phone 4600 for a WANT Ap Taker the right and the left to the lc' with the result that the rest of th adder is hopelessly caught. The snake was just a babe whe it-was found in September and ii protector Dr. Goesta Notini feai that It will din in spile of carefr I nursing, if it, .survives" it will be :i.r interesting object of study for animal psychologists.. . The two heads react very differently. The right head attacks quickly and fiercely ^vhcn teased, but r.lir left one tries to escape. Both head, have fully deelvoacd nelson f: a sidewalk speedster at real dollar savings TUBULAR STEEL TRICYCLE a man sized ride 20 inch wheel What a ride! How he'll thrill to its easy-rolling speed and bright red-and-white shininess. Adjustable handlebars and saddle to fit his size. Smooth-riding 1-incri rubber tires. ; Get him one at Sears now—he'll be the envy of every kid on the block! VISIT SEARS A NT A GLAUS IN HAPPI-TIME TOY TOWN EVERYDAY FRIDAY TIL CHRISTMAS Mornings 9:30 to 11:00 Afternoons 3:30 to 5:00" y n • • ' ^Basement Floor ^ ( y HAPPI - TIME RUBBER SKIN ABY DOLL priced at only Dainty flowers odorn her ".shiny mohair wig.. Her outfit is yery beautiful, indeed! Wears full-cut coat of fine cotton and rayon with'decorative stitching and lace-edged collar— matching bonnet—lace-trimmed frock—slip, diaper, socks' and imitation leather shoes. " , FAMOUS LIONEL EQUIPMENT We carry a complete line of Lionel Trains and equipment" including' the famous "Scout." Prices range from 15.95 to 58.75. We also have a complete assortment of Lionel constructive kits with prices from 3.95 to 19.95. on EASY CREDIT! CHOSLEY CONSOLE RADIO- Phonograph with FM and 1M Beatuiful 18th Century cabinet in mahogany with deluxe automatic record changer and Crosley full rang* FM. Continuous tone control and powerful 10-inch concert-type permanent magnetic speaker. • _ . • Refrigerator '339.95 CHOSLEY CONSOLE RADIO- Plibnogi'aphi '159.95 Has beam output, powerful 10-Inch speaker, tone - control automatic . record changer and floating jf we! ton* system. . . C R Q S L E Y ^ • • RADIO*. ostogra with FM and AM Has automatic record changer, full range FM, floating jewel tone system, powerful 10-inch speaker and con- tinous tone control. <$%2£d^t*2$^^AU^ - PHONE 5100 1-79 BALTIMORE ST.

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