Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 17, 1948 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

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Phone 4600 for m WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, . CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 19'IS FIVE Telecast Right Decision Sought Baltimore Group Seeking Court Ruling BALTIMORE— (/P/—Does a contract clause involving broadcasting lights amount to the same tiling as telecasting? No one, attorneys 'or the Century Athletic Club of Baltimore t&id, appears to have decided the matter. They are asking Judge E. [Paul Mason to do it, i The club, which puts on boxing _R>uU Monday nights, has a long- term lease with the New York owners or the Baltimore Coliseum. That contract, attorneys for the dub said, Includes the right to broadcast, or sell broadcasting rights, in connection with the weekly fights. But when the club sought to offer television rights, and was offered a contract, the New York landlords said no. They refused, the Century lawyers asserted, to permit Installation o- video equipment. Now the Century's attorneys contend telecasting legally is the same ms broadcasting, and under the clause already in the lease contract, the landlords should oe compelled to grant video permission, j Counsel for the New Yorkers j maintain the opposite — "aying: there's a vast difference between broadcasting and telecasting, legally or otherwise. Judge Mason, who heard the d:- tate in city court, has not yet given | his ruling. The suit involves noj damage claim and was brought in; order to obtain a judicial decision j •n the problem, j The striped hyena, a. solitary and cowardly animal, feeds mainly on carrion, but occasionally attacks iheep, goats and dogs. HOLIDAY FAVORITES Lac* Cookin Irown IcMy Cgr«m«li ' • Stud for FREE RlClfl IOOK XANGEIS H£«OID CO., BAITO. 30, MD. I Wati p Rom r ;h and Clock son Lighters REPAIRED I John A, Nierman A I 57 1'ershinp Street I I Phone 748-1V I FLASH! SPECIAL! Men's 15-Jcwel Bulova Wrist Watches (Cured eemed) With simulated diamond and ruby stone set diols and gold filled expansion bands — yellow gold CENTRE STREET LOAN COMPANY 40 X. Centre St. The State Roads Commission ol M»ry- Und vill pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars (JKHl.Ud) reward to anyone furnishing Information leading to ttir arrest and eonTlction or any person or persons, who removes, damHccK or defaces any road sljns, siffnals or ma.'k* en erected In Allejrany County, Mary, land. Information should be furnished t. the Sheriff, Hie Maryland Statf Tollc* or the State's Attorney's Office. G. Sofci Chaires, District Engineer STATE ROADS COMMISSION) SliiC — .Mr. Hale | You Can Beat Our Drums but you CAN'T BEAT OUR PRICES! TOYS Prl- : .' To Save You Money 174 Baltimore Street Phono 678 Shop 'til 9 p. m. Friday and Saturday! •fa Santa optns our doers each morning at 9:30 . . anil spends tne day in our Big Top of Toys — Fourth floor ~fc Hour-tony Organ Recital el your rovor/'le Christmas music , . . Doily from 2:30 to 3:30 and 7:00 io t:tX) FREE GIFT WRAPPING School's out .. • and Wwe are ready to dress everyone from kindergarten to college! TODDLER'S AND CHILDREN'S DRESSES by Kate Greenaway and Cinderella Both exclusive with us. Bring your little girl in Friday or Saturday to choose from an outstanding collection of bright little washable cottons. They're all designed with lots of fashion-appeal in Their swing of skirt, their pretty details. Many colors, many styles, sizes 1 to 3, 3 to 6x, 7 to 14 and 8/2 to -UVi. 1.98 lo 5.98 CHILDREN'S WEAR — SECOND FLOOR PRETTY PRINTS for juniors who are partying! A. Lou Fox created this lovely pastel prinr that you will wear the year 'round. Mint, pastel blue or pink background. Sizes 9 to 15. Exclusive with us .... 25.00 B. Janice Jr. butterfly print in a simple popular design featuring a softly draped peplum with a bustle-back effect. Sizes 9 to 15. Exclusive with us 16,98 SECOND FLOOR FASHIONS Gay Holiday Failles and Taffetas for teen-agers! Demi-reen and tesn dresses in party-loving styles and fabrics. Come in now and choose from a huge new shipment in time for that unforeseen holiday party! 8.98 Md 10.98 COKE CROWD CORNER — SECOND FLOOR We'll give you c lift On o lost-minute gift For a girl of thirteen Tc a Grandma of eighty. If these four suggestions Don't answer your questions A trip to our store Solves those problems . . . so weighty! Give her a nice, neat and roomy knitting bag to keep her needles, yarn and half- finished work conveniently in one place. 1.98, 2.98 and 3.98 You'll be delighted and so will she with our luxurious quilted rayon satin hosiery and handkerchief boxes. 1.00 and 1.49 No one can have too many pretty hankies and we have an especially pretty assortment this Christmas . . . suitable for all ages and all tastes. 1.00 and 1.98 Compact little sewing kits come in handy at home, at school and especially on weekend trips. It's tile gift that will make many a fast friend for the girl or woman who receives one. 2.49 Notions and Neckwear Street Floor

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