Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 14, 1948 · Page 24
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 24

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 14, 1948
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TWENTY-FOUR EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, DECEMBER : 14, 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD'Taker•• TODAY'S^ BIRTHDAY; By AP NewsFoa!«re$ , !^S*n. Margaret Chase Smith, born, i)cc.. 14, 1897, at' "Skowhegan, Me. 'After, being graduated 'from high ^school in 1916, jjshe t a"u g h t. I worked for the | telephone com| pany and a coun- |try newspaper.-In. 11930, she was! j married to. the j late Congressman, Clyde H. Smith. j She served as her I husband's secre- ] tary In Washlng- I ton, s u c c e e ded him in Congress be the first Republican jroman to sit in the Senate. Your Individual Horoscope -Look In the section in which your birthday comes and flnd what your' outlook-is, according to the stars, For Wedn '.ay, December 15, :L94tt MARCH 21 to APSIL 20 (Aries)—When you have the bright idea, or have' the extra time or initiative, then is the time to push progress, really to "make time count.". Don't let temptations lead you 'APRIL 21 ID-MAY'20 (Tiurus)—Like to Aries today we say ~to-you:—Get a good, energetic start on the right-things, and 11 there, is any extra time spend it putting forth new or improved ideas.. Promote harmony. MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (—A little knowledge about this subject, a little about that, .and not -much about any Is .both confusing 'and 'dangerous. Thus one often misquotes, misjudges. Be quiet till sure, JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Making it "short and sweet" can have potent meaning. "Short" should refer to brier, concise, but not blunt; "sweet" should mean pleasant though firm,'dignified. 1 JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—II Mi day and Tuesday had.'tnags, or-you t, now you should have ntnrted'things differently, it isn't too late to review and alter. Honesty, accuracy, agreeablenesB dlresscd. AUGUST 53 to SEPTEMBER 23 (VIrL —Whert 'you can help another, do It quietly and forget whether it is remembered—you usually 'do' things this way. and today needs-such;.strategy.. Even disposition and smile* also Important. :-. Toj TYPEWRITERS :Really works. Prints alphabets and Of QO numerals.' yl.510 14 Piece Metal TEA SET Attractively lithographed; ' Packed in ; colorful box. " You Will Be Proud to Give Buddy! KIDDY BIKE 'Sturdily built' of alumi num ond hardwood, . Mickey Mouse WRIST WATCH ' Mickey's hands -tell 1 time;:" Red leatherette-$l' .band, ' SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Llbral —If you have any spare moments, use them to catch .up on the little unngo j couldn't attend. 1 to • last couple of weeks. Good period lor.'reviewing, stabilizing assets. OCTOBER 24 to-'NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Really a day for caution, "counting ten. . ." etc., to avoid 'possible conflict. confusion or Just plain .'mlstnkes. Do. your duty toward employer, devote some time to family,-persona] matters. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Saplt- tariui)—Let well enough alone, be" cftlm, patient and you will .fare well this' Wednesday. Legal or controversial circumstances may disrupt' plans. Take things in stride, without anxiety, DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 fC.iprl- corn)—Conditions may deceive; tendency to 'relax, be off guard. Be cureful! Vigilance ond accuracy arc best ro be on safe side today. • Gentleness in'heart a/fairs, please! JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquar- Ius)-^Somc vsuueness in early hours. Eel ready to step up tempo at moment's notice. May be quick change during P. Discuss problems; you may be on wr track. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Piscesi — No time to be cureless or take unwise chitnces wlt-h personal assets, property. Be practical in all matters and forget ilttle tiling.-, that, unduly stressed, may become serious conditions. YOU BORN TODAY: Versatile, and a businesslike somebody, . with plenty of sound foresight.' You innately have a happy disposition arid arc usually generous, charitable. You -are also likely to speak out of turn at times, cause misunderstandings. Are not one to give up at first setback or obstacle, but will fight all the harder. Your honorable, forthright nature is a great asset; so is your sense of humor. Outlook good, just do things sensibly, and keep developing your better self. Birthdatc: Xero. Roman emperor; Maxwell Anderson, playwright, author, (Copyright, 19-18, King Features Syndicate, Inc.) Spectacles were Invented by monk in Florence, Italy, in 1135. n. Institute | Company D, Marine Corps Re!serves, has ar. enrollment of- abou 20 per cent in the Marine Corp Institute, according- to Capt.- John T. Fey, commanding officer. An enrollment of 100 per cent i being urged by Li John K. Manlej unit education officer, who says thi institute Is -one of the main ad vantages of belonging to the Reserve Corps.- Military proficiency in the Corp: largely depends upon their knowledge of individuals 'and their ability to apply that knowledge effectively Capt. Fey said. The Marine Corps Institute, the oldes; service schoo of its type, has provided that service for over 28-years. live the Season's Best! SCHENLEY 174-178 Baltimore St. .Phone 678 Use Our Layaway Plan continues to give you the same rich measure of 5, 6 and 7 year old whiskies* Schcnley's grmiinj; pre-war .quality is backed by the world's largest supply of fine, aged, American, pre-war whiskies. For gift or guest, nothing so per- feclfy expresses the season's best as mild, friendly — friendly to your taste. FREE WHiLE THEY LAST: Your dealer has these rich, colorful cartons Lo enhance your gifts oj Schcnltry 95 *O49 4/5 OT. & PINT More than 20 high school, college and technical courses are offered . by the 'school! Capt. Fey emphasiz- | ed the opportunity given to work toward high school graduation, to earn college credits or to perfect skill in a craft or trade. All this, is possible at no expense ;to the member either for-books or instruction, he added; and each man enrolled has a- competent instructor assigned to him'. Simms Promoted Capt. John T. Fey, commanding officer of Company D, Marine Reserves, has 'announced • Hie .promo- Arthritis Pain For quiet; delightfully cora/ortlni hdp for ftchu jmd p*ln« of Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis, Lumbfcgo, Sciatica, or Neuralgia try Romln4. Works through the blood. First dos* usuftJJr starts allerlatlng pain so you, can work, enjoy life »nd jltcp more comlortahlr. Oet-Remind at druggist today. Quiet, com- flett aatlalBctlon or money back (unrantced. Advertisement A GIFT THAT BECOMES A FAMILY HERITAGE Tables—coffee,- cocktail End-Lomps : — occasional - wall Drop Leaf Tables for every, purpose By IMPERIAL 1; Stickley . . Heritage - Drexel •• v . 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Tie Bar..... $2.50* Cuff Links ... $2:50* • : The Set ... $5.00* * plus tax mild ' friendly SCHENLEY friendly to your taste Mirk, oj Mt*t I *RARE PRE-WAR QUALITY BLENDED WHISKEY. The straisM whiskies in this product . xc 5 years or more old. 35% straight whiskey. 65% crnin neutral iDil-ts. 8S' proof. 10% itriichl whiskey S ycirs M. 21% itn<Eht whiskey 6 yam old. 4% straicht whh*«y 7 mn old, Copyrielit 1948. Schenley Distillers Corporation, New York City. When day is done...y_Qu deserve Schenley H ere's what we're doing to bring you finer, faster telephone service in Cumberland... •We're • moving ahead "as rapidly as possible -on our program to improve.and expand this city's telephone system.- Construction of the new $600,000 Cumberland telephone building is nearing completion.. Inside this building, tons of complex central office equipment must be installed: And that's a job that will take time. Meanwhile, we plan to have in service by late spring additions to the present switchboards which will-improve local service considerably. Every effort is being. made • to bring. more and better telephone service to Cumberland. . ' and here's what you can do While this time-consuming work is under way, you can help yourself to faster-service by following these four suggestions —especially during the busy holiday season: t \ W. Whenever possible, make your calls before or after the telephone "rush hours," which are 10 A.M. to 12'Noon and 4 to 6 P.M. ^ Always look in your directory before calling "Information." And when you must call "Information" for a number, please jot it down for future use. 11 If you should have to wait a little longer than usual for the operator to answer, please be parigrq ftwirrhlaQafd* act busier than ever before and sometimes every line is in use. jjfl- This Christmas, you can avoid the rush on Long Distance lines by making your greeting calls before Christmas Eve or after Christmas Day. The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company of Baltimore City Brighten Up Your Home For Christmas . .. $ 7-WAY LIGHTING Reflector- bowl throws 3 intensities of .light toward the ceiling, illuminating an entire room. 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