Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 21, 1948 · Page 14
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FOURTEEls EVENING TOIES, CUMBERLAND, MO.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21.. T<MS Phone 4GOO for a WANT AD- Taker Battle-Scarred B'llls To Pep Up General Assembly Session By IMIITNEV SHOEMAKER Associated Press Staff XVriter ANNAPOLIS—<fl>)—The lesislative •whisk broom is out again, dusting off bills as familiar to Morylant General Assemblies, as the state house dome. Perennials, the' lawmakers cail them. 'these weary veterans, 1 'like the move to abolish'Orphans'-Courts or to grant "home' rule," are as sure as. taxes. And up to now, their tailure has been JLS: as sure. Sevural have.alrcaay been talteii oiit of the' closet. They've started the us-.'al family quDJrel. ' . Itrice within 24 hour.-; last week the Lc-gislative Council reversed itself r.n what is genera]ly referred to as an "Equitable Representation" bill. In effect, the final proposal •would-glve Baltimore and the larger counties more weight in the House of Delegates. •The small counties are violently opposed to-such a maneuver. "llieir spokesmen''.have promised a' drng- i ut fight when ttr full General Assembly meets next month. Heie's a rundown on'this and othor perennials: •Representation— The Legislative Council, vest pocket assembly that studies different proposals between 'sessions,.Has approved-.a contitu- tional amendment to expand the House .from 123 .to 125 members, Each county and Baltimore legislative district would have a-minimum of two delegates. Tho remainder would bo. divided according to population. The council vote was. close. But ; it meant scrapping a previous measure which would have, frozen House membership as it is' now. CA more drastic representation bill died in committee in the 1947 session).. Orphans' Courts—Efforts to do away with these courts always have ieen beaten-down. The council has. approved a • constitutional .amendment to close 'them .up on Jan. .1, 1055. The State;Bar Association says incut I, Ol'llllillin' Oiilil'l. Jnil||i!ii (In nnl, lini's -i;li(i li'iiiil l.i'iiliiUm i.n iiiuKlli' i:oiii|)liaiil.iirl wllln mid (Mtfitivf. D«- 1'onders like Lhu informal way they operate, and there's aai equally perennial charge that judgeships make good jobs. • Esclaratlon of Intentions — The council • again will suggest junking the 46-year-old act .which requires newcomers to declare they intend to become Maryland citizens at least a,year before, they may vote. It's one of the rarest laws in the country. Women on Juries—"We are going to intensify our campaign in the counties which do not allow women to serve-on Juries," says Mrs, Dorothy S. Granger of Baltimore. She is legislative 'chairman of the Maryland Women's Council and her statement is typical.of many other •women's groups: The 1947 Genera] Assembly. . flouted precedent and made it legal for women to sit on juries. But 12 counties exempted themselves. . • Home Rule—A spokesman lor the Maryland 'League of Municipalities predicts that association of mayors will back a measure to allow .cities and towns to amend their own char- l.>!i'/i mill fin'liM Mm Clc'iitii'iii Awii'iii- li|,V I'll DIIWJ Ini'Hll llUVSi l'Y«f|ilii||l,ly .cimnUvi IIIIVH iijsliijc! for miioli nf \\h<>. | Inwimiklng power now rusurverl :n jt.hc .stale legislature. Just n-s often | a majority of legislators voted lo jkeep that power, •Frisking"- For- .Concealed •', Weapons—An. amendment to the i Boost Act would allow policemen to frisk suspects and use any gun or the like that they find us-evidence in prosecutions for unlawfully carrying concealed weapons. Opponents say this'opens the way to violations of a man's rights to privacy. Senator Balch (D-Talbot) began a filibuster before the subject was dropped in the 1947 special session, "Jim Crow" Repenier—A perennial of long standing, this would tear down 'the "white only!' signs in public places. IS in' the same form as a bill defeated two years ago! the repealer actually would affect only the Chesapeake Bay ferries. Daylight Saving Time — Several 1047 bills enabled certain cities and counties to adopt "fast time" from April to September. The- fanners want it, many city folk cto. Another attempt to .make the time of day the same throughout Maryland is a safe bet. IMiii.lfllilii Ciiiirh'ol —* I 1 ' M r in n I'fi i's|!iiii;ii|ly |ii'iii,i)uiMi| I.IIH inni, nidvii 111 illC'I'UII.Sl! I.llu Hl.ltl.c.'.'fi pOWHI 1 !.0 I'.OIIc! Lliu borders of its liijjhways. A Leg- ijilatlvc Council bill. protecting farm 1 buildings^ would let the Roads Commission zone -land beside heavily traveled'highways. But even one of its sponsors, House Speaker .Sybert •(D-Howard), is no: too keen about the bill'.? deference to local zoning authorities. There arc ( other battle-scarred propositions,' too, like I/he appeal of naturopaths to legalize their healing techniques and the timeless campaign to^tax cooperatives. Without them, a veteran senator said last week, "it would be a dreary session," Seek License Transfer' - An ' application to transfer the beer, wine and whisky license of Memorial Post No. 159, American Legion, from Main Street to a new location in Mount Savage, was filed yesterday at the Court House. Amity, You M;i<1e The Pants Too Big PITTSBURGH. (INS) — When folks, say Leo Devine-is a "big man'," they mean just that. There is no better authority for this statement than Devine's aunt, Mrs. Margaret Ohm of Pittsburgh. , Mrs. Ohm, a dressmaker, took three weeks recently — working-"a Ill.Un liH nnw mid it llttlfl lill, oaiiln" mm HHW inyBthnr it (flii'iu ptur of trousers for her 650-pound nephew. The pants are six feet around at the waist and eight and one-half feet at the hips. Mrs, Ohm used j three yards of 60-inch ' navy blue material.' The- pants have ; a reinforced seat, and-' measure;41 -inches from the 28-inch'cuff • to the'waist Devlnc takes a size 12 shoe and a size 13 sock. His shirts are. 27 Inches from seam- to seam a cross'the shoulders. ' -,..'. A vaccine has been developed which prevents whooping cough in many cases and reduces the severity of others. THE DEAF ARE MADE TO HEAR WITH COMFORT AND'WITH POLL CLARITY ;-.' THE NEW BELTONE HEARING AID RECEIVER GIVES 2-TO-6 TIMES MORE VOLUME AND CLARITY THAN ANY OTHER TESTED TO DATE / BELTONE IS EFFICIENT AND ECONOMICAL '•.".'• BELTONE HEARING AID CENTER 59 Pcrshing; St. Cumberland, Md.. , -.•.Suite-7 .Phone 4&Z- J li'iiypl wits Btmiildei'ed part, til Asia until Ptolemy imidfj l.hu -Isthmus ot Suez and Hie Red Sen the boundary between Africa.and.Asia.. eci SERVICE LOANS .. Loan* up to $1500 A fiLt L Y FINANCE COUKMUTION VognlBldg.-121BbltImor.St. - 2nd ,floor (oppos!fit'Roi*nbaum'i) ' ; T«!«phon«i Cumberland,3M7 . "^ . loan! $300 or l«u mad* undirj . 3! Maryland Small-Loan Acr, ArticU 5IA ' Shop From 9 A. M. to 9 JP. M. For These Last Minute Gift Suggestions \ Last minute gift suggestions for thrifty Santas. Check these timely values . . . Shop every department on both the first and second floor for meny, many more equally as exciting. / Lace anS Tailored Slips . . . 1.39 You'll want th'ese pretty slips for yourself ... . and for Christmas gifts. Your choice of lace trimmed or tailored itylei in fine rayon crepes. All sizes. | Main Flopu jjj$%- " Lace Trimmed Gowns . . 1.98 Here's an exciting special value for gift-seeking Santas . . .Famous Lorraine and'Phil-Maid Gowns in tailored and lace trimmed styles. Choice of colors. All sizes. , Main Floor Fall-Fashioned 1 Nylon Hose . . , 1.00 Buy them for every lady on your gift list. Sheer, clear and lovely.- Full fashioned. Classified irregulars of a famous brand. Sizes .8% to •Main Floor; Cotton I lannelette Tf^ fa* ~ VJf' ^•'•^^•tf^^t '' Pajamas . . . 2.98 Cozy an'd warn a'n'd ever so prSctic'al. ''Colorful '.two piece pajamas of softly napped cotton flanelette. Choice of styles and colors. Regular sizes. Main Floor Multi-Filanient Crepe Slips 2.98 No better value anywhere in a genuine multi-filament crepe -slip. Beautifully tailored or lace trimmed styles.' White and colors. All sizes. Main Floor Boys Broadcloth Shirts ... 1.98 Lay in-a supply for sonny at this feature price. Famous . Fruit of The Loom shirts in white and neat patterns. Washable, fast colors. All sizes.. " f . Main Floor 'i Cosy Chenille ^' iif . ' 5 " '**• Housecoats . . 4.98 Th'ese make'unusually nice gifts'. -Cozy'.and-warm and M practical as can be. A grand selection of styles in. closely tufted chenille. Choice of colors. All sizes. / Main' Floor ' ...-.•'. Boys Corduroy Lougies ... 3.98 A .real low price for corduroy longies of this sturdy quality. Nicely made, full cut and correctly sized. Choice of colors. Sizes to age 14. Main 'Floor Christinas Gift Slippers 1.98 Look to our popular shoe department for exciting buys in Christmas gift slippers. You'll find scores of gay new ideas at this wonderfully low'price.' . . Main Floor •<? ' - Print Luncheon ' ^"v-m* f ~* ' Cloths 1.00 Very special values here in this collection of gay printed luncheon cloths. Choice of fruit and floral prints-'on light grounds. Several popular sizes. Guaranteed washable. " ' • Second Floor Famous Lace Curtains . . 1.98 Dress up your, windows for the-holidays with these attractive lace curtains. At this feature price you'll want them for most every room. 2 1-6 yards long, regular width,.finished tops, and hems. \ Second Floor . * i •-...,. China Dinner Ware Service for 6 17.98 Here's a gift that'll the whole family will enjoy. Un- ' usually fine domestic china in a lovely conventional pattern.. Full. service for six.. Specially priced. Fine Quality Pillow Cases __ 6.ecgnd Flgpr " 2 for 1.00 ' Buy:-them-.for gifts . t _ Stock.up your own linen closet with'.these i exceptional buys. Close woven, snowy white muslin cases that -look and are worth far more than this low price. 42 x 36 size. - / Main Floor Your Favorite Life Bras . . * •. 11.25 The most popular Bra's in-America. ThVfamo'us Life Bras in all the most wanted styles. '.White and colors. Main Floor Mary .y«*iii i "' i * 1 * Exclusively oufs fe' CMbeWanlJ." TKe sm'tfo'th", fa* lessly tailored, exquisitely styled Mary Barren. Slips. host of, stylea, lavishly, lace or, .tailored. iWWte. »nd colors - ~' v ;..: ~ MnInTIooi; Girls New Cotton Dresses ... 1.98 Brand new arrivals, just in time for Christmas selection. A host of bright, gay styles in; prints, stripes,' checks and florals. Washable, fast colors. Sizes 1 to 3, 3 to 6X. Main Floor Ship 9 n Shore Blouses . . . 2.98 America's favored "tailored blouse in a.gay line-up of bright, refreshing'new styles.'Stripes, plaids and solids.. All are washable. All size's.. " ^, ' ' ° • Main Floor "°" Guy Holiday Cotton Frocks ... 2.98 You'll want several of these for yourself . . .and for gift giving. A grand, brand new selection in scores of bright holiday styles. Exciting values at this low. price. Main Floor All-Over Chenille * Bed Spreads 6.98 The lowest we've seen for all over chenille spreads of this quality. They're easily.worth up to .10.98. A varied selection on designs on light and dark colors. Full double sizes. Second Floor Girl 9 s Velvet Party Bresses r 4.98 - At Christmas time, of all'times,.Sis wants to-look her prettiest. Give her one.of these'lovely velvet-party, dresses and watch how her. eyes, sparkle .with joy^ Sizes 1 to 3. ' ; . , ' .'.'-'.. Main Floor \ • • Pacific Truth ///.vtftf , . . . Sheets *". 2.98 There's no better buy for the money, than- these "fine Pacific "Truth" Sheet. High count snowy white muslin that'll wear and wear and' wear. All perfect quality. Second Floor Sale!. .. Hundreds Of Handbays 1.98 Hundreds of stunning new handbags specially priced, for immediate sale. Choose from a host of styles in simulated leathers and fabrics. Black and colors. Main Floor Bright New Woof Sweaters 1.98 These gay new 'sweaters make -wonderful and- inexpensive, gifts. A,gala selection in bright colors.;. Slipover styles. All size's. Main Floor

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