Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 10, 1948 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 10, 1948
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1948 Phone 4600 for a AVANT AD" Taker VISCOUNT HAROLD RUPERT LEOFRIC GEORGE ALEXANDER, born Dec! 10,. 1891, the third son of the fourth Earl of Caledon. Graduate of Harrowi »nd Sandhurst, he • became n. major »i 25. In WorldS War I he ..went over the top 303 times wounded. World War H,i •with his commander, Montgomery, he proved to be the v; >"> unl Alexander nemesis of Rommel in North Africa. He is now governor-general of Canada. Wheeled Chair Hunt MARION, 111. UP)— Joe White has to stay put in a wheel chair, but he gets around anyway. He even goes hunting. Two friends parked his chair in a field near a lake and tuilt a blind of corn stalks around Jt. Then," in no more time than it takes to say "bang", ' Joe' shot a Eoose. Your Individual Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes uiitl 2nd what your outlook is, I .iccordins to the st»r», For Sutvrday, December 11, JS4S MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 I Aries)— Prlend- Iv vibrations lor most thlncs, especial.y tor the unique and unusual In Ideas Mid presentation. Unexpected news of value likely- Give untiquiuecl methods a facc- lIMnir. . APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Tuunis)— Advice to Arle.s dm be advantageous to you today. New Materials, tools, methods tlint; are time ur.d cncrcy snvlni! particularly! .'avored now. Healthy sports, recreation will relax nerves. MAY 21 to JONE 21 (CJeinlnU— A mild day (lor,mental tasksi sandwiched In between two very stimulating, benenc rays. Don't worry or .strain for the unreasonable. Routine affairs, personal sains nsk first care. JUNE 22 to JDLY 23 (Cancer)—Your inventive mind and knack for ser.sinR what the public want.s can lead you to fresh opportunities. Be different in dcsiRn: show your personality and talents to advantage. Happy eolnp! JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—You hnve similar tendencies to Gemini now, may -'ccl better where your manual cleverness and handiwork (rather than Just-mental manipulation) are needed. Good news, surprises likely. • AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Vlrjo) —A good day to show your versatility, how ably you can do practical things as well as the artistic. Study and writing may be stymied some, but only temporarily. Pleasant pastime "sponsored. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Llbrnl —Make the most ol benefit rays today. HS they taper off for a few days. No recklessness! Enjoy whatever your schedule calls for, and make time for refreshing rest, recreation. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Some restrictions (good for you) , out, on the whole, day Is friendly to oc- i cupational duties and wholesome fun. Be ! mindful of healih. Avoid extremes and be happy. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sngll- tcmpci'. tendency to domineer, which often hurts needlessly, turns away friends. You have so much [food in you that you should not permit faults to flourish. Capable In business and Industry as a worker, man- tarkisi— Money-making In sound invest- 1 alter, student, promoter, salesman. Many mcnts; sales in af.'airs for charity, hos-j noted surpcons, physicians. orcanir,ers in pltals. etc.; cood buys (in real estate, tool I business were Saclttarlus-born. Fine op- hishly favored now. Worry taboo, buti portunitics in '-45. Birthdntc: His Holiness. don't be careless. j Pope Leo X. patron of leatnlns; Hector DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 51 (Capri-, Beriloz, Fr. composer. corn)— Your Saturn advises caution inj (Copyright, 1948, making changes of Importance in well-j KinK Features Syndicate, Inc.) organized matters. Otherwise today is favorable; you can enjoy favorite hobby, entertainment, rest in \free time. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 lus.i — Ono of your best planetary this month. Enjoy some rela: let valuable opportunity slip 1. out through carelessness. Try harder for gains in finances. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) — Aspects invigorating nou', New trys, un- Don't go to the "Lost and Found" Look in the Yellow Pages— your Classified Telephone Directory- for Accountants Agricultural Implements Automobile Agencies or almost anything elss TRUSS FITTING By Akron . Graduated Experts, also Abdominal Supports, Elastic Hos. . icry and all types of. surgi- aal appliances. Private Pitting Room. Ford's Drue Store Cumberland St X. Centn St. SATURDAY SPECIAL SCOTCH LASSIE CAKE 1 'Fancy Christmas Cookies Order Christmas Cooklrs Xmr . . . They're pretty ... They're delicious Order Fruit Cakes MOWER'S Cor. N. Centre end Bedford Phone 630 ,'2-iVeteran Alaskan nncury dnys ™-, . '•• i /-vi f rsSn,^; To Address Club . livelihood from the wastes of the North. His subject will be "My Alaska Adventures." A native of Norway, Eide arrived in the United States when he was 13. At the age of 15 he had sailed on ,1 sealing schooner and later had joined an expedition' to Spitsbergen Island where he took part in building Longyear City, northern-most habitation on the globe. After spending a year in the wastes of Greenland, he came to usual activities,- bettering your occupn- and modernizing R """'™ lion by improvements !£ IS?. ££££.' " YOU BORN TODAY: Forthright, blunt at times, but Innately honest, orable and above pettiness. Stalwart char- , , -,,.1-1 ort H acter. but may have to soften sharp I panning for gold and The Cumberland National Dinner Club will be addressed by Harold Eide, who took part in the gold rush in Alaska years ago, at the Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club even I on December 14. hon- : Eide wln te u his 'experiences in ".ng a Tri-State Youth For Christ Salvation Army Citadel North Mechanic Street SATURDAY, Dec. llth 8 P. M. John Tyroney America, where he heard of the fabulous wealth lying in the frozen lands in the North. He reached the area toward the-ehd of the Big Gold Rush era and set out from Nome with a pack and tools on his back.' Time after time Eide "struck it rich" but his short visits to civilization kept his resources depleted. He later became a trader with the Eskimos. He lived among them and learned their language. Because of his 25 years of explor- Just a reminder for your Christinas Hat'... Why buy a copy of an Original When you cam buy an Original! only at our salon 1 11 "NUT hi£i^7(P M S ^/JR JOLidLj C'O* originator of fine millinery 228 N. Centre St. Open 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. Phone 951 ation in our "last great frontier," Eide is one of the best informed men on Alaska. The Capitol building in Washington' '-covers an area ol • approximately 3',£ acres: NEW YEAR CAREER COURSES BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (.ran. 3) 2 yenr Business Administration 2 year Junior Exocutivt Training ACCOUNTING 2 year day course—Jan. 3 3 year evening Ftb. '15. B. C. S. dfjjrec or St.rayer Diploma awarded ro craduntes of tlic accredited collero nro- SECRETAU1AI. (.7.111. 3-Feb. 14) 9-12 months secretarial train- lug for academic and. bus!-ness high school graduates. 5-8 months Intensive Cours* far college students and academic high school gr»d-. nates .who plan to attend college in tbc fail or for early. employment. .Special refresher courses in sliorthnnd. typewriting and business English. Request Om- talcxt Catalog STRAYED COLLEGE ISth.andF Streets N.W. Washington 5, D. C. Concert Violinist Traveled Throughout Europe . Played for Kings! Spinnerin Knitting Yarns Nccdlpoint Pieces and Mothproof Yqrn Cordc Talon Zippers Argylc Sock Packs ART Needlework Shop Open 10 A. Jtf. to 7 r. M. 2nd Floor, 47 N. Liberty St.. Over Turbys Sandwich Shop Phone 2752 FOR EVERYONE! GET $50 TO $500 Or More — At Cumberland's NEW LOAN OFFICE Your choice of the lollowlnR popular pltins. No worthy person refused. Stop In nowJor Immediate Holiday Cash. • AUTO LOAD'S — UP to S1000 • MONET ON' SICN'ATUKE • FUHNITDRE LOANS TO $500 Come in or phone 3~D8 AETNA FINANCE CO. 7 N. LIBERTY ST. Opp. Port Cumberland Hotel Sale of Suits No wardrobe is complete without a suit! . JUST 18 JUNIOR SUITS " 2 Size 9 8 Size .11 5 Sire 13 3 Size 15' 25 MISSES SUITS 4 Size 10 9 Size 12 3 Size 14 5 Size 16 2 Size 18 2 Size 20 6. HALF SIZES 2 Size 31!6 1 Size 331/2 2 Size 3'5 V-i 1 Size 39'/ 2 $99.95 Suits Reduced to . . $75.00 85.00 Suits ".. " .. 69.95 79.95 Suits " " .. 59.95 . 75^.00 Suits " • " .. 55.00 55.00 Suits . " " .. 45.00 , 49.95 Suits' " " . . 39.95 39.95 Suits " " .. 29.95 NAVEL ORANGES ARE HERE! ^X*'.~-w-*- li * v> * < " > YES THEY'RE IN YOUR MARKET NOW...THOSE CALIFORNIA NAVEL ORANGES WITH THE limASl RICHER HAVOR-That rich, golden color means. extra delicious juice, extra delicious eating! MORE VITAMINS-Atore vitamins C, A, and cal- 'ciumpaglass-.othermincralsandBvitaminstoo. NO sifDS-Easym pe cl,slicc,secuon.Youcanuse then: hmOTays'...for juice,lunch boxes, salads. AA your dultr today fir Saakat Nanl Or*nga> fnist from 14,500 ^r^g Califorva-Ar^n* atwgrwrs. • CALIFORNIA X^WORANCIS Sunkist BEST FOR JUICE- T/ VISIT WASHINGTON " THIS SUNDAY $4.30 ROUND TRIP Including FctlcnU Tax Lv. Cumberland 6:30 a. m. Return Lv. Washington 8:30 p. m, or 10:50 p. m. same day NEW BUILDINGS HISTORIC SHRINES A THRILL AT EVERY TURN Ask Ticket Apent for Details COATS with detachable hood for the High School Miss 1 Grey Coat Size 13 now '$32.50 1 Grey Coat Size 9 now 25.00 1 Red Coat Size 11 now 25.00 Black Coats in Sizes 7 and 11 now 25.00 GRACE M. FISHER BALTIMORE &OHIOR.R, S. LIBERTY ST. CUMBERLAND Beautiful With Your Furs Or By Itself Wool Broadcloth COAT J:95 A coat with an over-all plan. Cut flatteringly full with a ?-rib umbrella back ... it covers all you own with easy charm. * Choose from rich wine, deep green, or grey. Sixes 8 to 16. •'.if / sketched from stock at PesMn* W J Second Floor

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