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Phone 4600 Tor a • TV AWT AD Xaicer EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1948 TWENTY-SEVEN '••' 54-A—Display Classified 54-A—Display Classified MONEY! ON ARTICLES OP VALUE Unredeemed Plcd£ci Logjagu Bars»ln» CUMBERLAND LOAN COMPANY O N. Mochiuiio St. Phono «1Ut Op<m to 6:30 p. II, UaUr * For Your Cpnii«nl«na«' r=TCH & ;EHELBT REPAIRS 24 Hour Service SPEAR'S JEWELRY STORE 62 Baltimore St. ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. 'Your frier"!!} fi>rd 0eo/er" 5. Gtorje St., Cumberland. Plione 580 HUDSON SERVICE Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 1S3 S. Mechanic St. Phone 12 Cash-For~Your CAR Taylor Motor Co. Ill N. Mechanic Phone 3D5 •' INSIST ON . • GENUINt FORD PARTS " WATCH REPAIRING SPECIALIZING Hamilton, Elcln, Tftvannr.s EOULEVMU5 WATCHES MARPLE'S 23-1 S. CEMRi; ST. Buy With WE BUY, SELL & TRADE USED BUT NOT ABUSED CARS 305 S. Centre St Phone 1444 XMAS DELIVERY New '49 Kaiser-Frazer USED BARGAINS BANK TERMS 1947 Frozer, overdrive, •nd Heotcr $1895.00 1947 Kaiser perfect $1695.00 1941 Buick 5 Pass. Coupe 51095 1941 Dodge Sedan, cnly $895.00 FLETCHER MOTOR SALES & SERVICE 118 S. Mechanic St. Phone 2087 ASSIGNEE'S SALE or VALUABLE TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING COVERED WITH I.NSQL-STONE. CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS AND EASEMENT, KNOWN -AS 'MO. 231 'INDEPENDENCE' STREET,"'" CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND. Under and by virtue ol a po*er of sale contained In a mor'-tjnpc dntrd April U, 1047, jim! rccorrlncl Ainontr tlin Mort.Kn.KC rteoordri of AMcciiny County. Mnrylnnd, in Llbor !Nn. 1(M, rollo 2117, und duly iiffftlk'nnd for the purpose o.'. JorGCloHunt.' deruuH huvlntr occurred In the covenants and conditions In said mortgage, the undersigned Assignee o: snld-moj-isagie will sell, a't public auction, nlo.iRsidc the Second National Banl: at .the Southeast corner ol Baltimore and Liberty Streets, in Cumberland, Maryland, on TUESDAY. JANUARY <, 1840. AT 10:09 A. M.. nil that lot or parcel o(" ground iltuuted on the Northerly aide' of Independence Street In the City of Cu.-nberlnnd. Allc- Rany county. Maryland, and the improvements thereon, and more particularly described ns folios.-?, to TvR: BEGINNING lor the same at a point on the Northerly side or Independence Street at the end of <S feet on the fourth line of th 'lot described in fc deed Jrom Catherine Onau to Kunlipjndl C. GnuK, dated September 0,' 1894, and .recorded in-Liber Bl FtTrlo 342 or the Land Records of Alle- pnny county, and running thence, "with said fourth line, reversed. South 38 decrees East 45 feet to the line ol "Witts Lot, thence with Lot North 44 dcg feet to'a stake, thence North 37 __.,-35 minutes West 35 leet. thence South 50 decrees. 15 minutes V7tst 03.S leet tt> thc Northerly side o( Independence Strce the place of •beginning, IT bcinK the surr.e property which -was conveyed to Enrl A. Youngblood by Paul E. Bragg and Lois A. Bragg, his wife, by deed dated April 1 8,' 1047. and recorded among the. Lund Records of Albany County, Maryland, In, Liber No. 214, lollo 365 THIS PROPERTY is IMPROVED BY A TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING- COVERED WITH IN8UL-STO.NE. CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS BUT NO BATH. WITH A METAL ROOF AND STONE FOUNDATION, AND A BASEMENT. THERE IS NO CENTRAL HEATING PLANT. THE PROPERTY IS EQUIPPED WITH GAS. ELECTRICITY AND WATER. AND IS IK A TAIR .CONDITION AND THERE.IS A TWO CAB. CONCRETE GARAGE WTH COMPOSITION ROOF ON-THE PROPERTY. ...... TERMS OF SALE: Civsh on the- day of sale unless otherwise ar.-inged with the Assignee. WILLIAM C. WAISH, ' ' . Assignee. —Adv.-T-Dcc. U-21-2B-Jan. 3 h the line of said T,Vjtts grccs 27 nlinutes East 100 U. S. Exporters Losing Hold On World Market By TIlliOUORIS KOSLOW NEW YORK, (INS)—United States expoi-csrs today are .waging p. determined but losing, struggle to maintain their once dominant hold on world markets. Exports from the United Sates this year—as measured by the figures of the first'nine-months—are runnlnp; nineteen per cent below the level of 1947 when, exports attained rhe record-breaking otal of fifteen billion three hundred million dol- 1 lars. Foreign, trade analysts attribute •this year's decline in exports to the fact that an increasing number gf nations v all over the world have imposed imporr, controls in order to protect their limited dollar holdings. Forced to Cut Imports They pointed, out that even those countries which had • accumulated '*• large amounts of dollar and gold holdings during the war have been forced to cut imports of United OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOPPLED Slates goods. South Africa was the most re- i cm,, 4—.^^ to impose'resfirictions. j Previously, similar action had been BHP1 »T xoti« CROCIB USED CARS 1948 Plymouth Spcciol Dlx. 4 Door, Very low mileage, Radio and Heater. New Cor Guarantee 1939 Chevrolet'2 Door Sedan USED TRUCKS 1946 Chcrrolct with Dump- Body 825 x 20 tires (Practically New) Fish Plotcd Frame, Two Speed Axle, A-l Condition 1941 Mack Chassis & Cab, 900 x 20 tires (All Good) Two Speed Axle' LFT Mack Tractor, Saddle Tank, Fiflh Wheel, Completely Reconditioned 1937 % Ton Intefnotional Pick-Up Practically New Motor mOTOR (0 218 S. Mechanic St. PHONE 2550 "Satisfaction Guaranteed" OUR GUARANTEE!! LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS IN CUMBERLAND 40 CHEV 1". M. TOWN BED. Hcntor Scat Covers, One Owner 41 FORD A OH. SED. • Very Clean. A One Owner Car 40 TORI} 4 DR. SED. Heater. Radio. Low Mileage 40 OLDS 4 DR. SED: Heater Radio. A Comfonab'.e Car 40 CHEVROLET 2 DK. ' . Ufatcr. Very Glenn 3D CHEV 2 DR. SED. Hentor unc! Lou of Unu»cd Mr.o» 37 OLDS 2 DR. SED. In Excellent Running Condition 30 CKEV 2 DR. SED. A Nice Xmns Gift 3G FORD PANEL ',4 TON jiiti the Thing lor Your Light Haullnff All Theki: Curs Are Winterized And neatly To Co, Come Prepared To Drive One Home, We Sell, We Don't Save Them J&L Motors Co. George & Harrison Sts. ' Phone 1852 : 0pcn 'Eves NOTICE Notice is Hereby given thnt the following persons • h*vt- .filed application with the Cleric of the circuit Court for ALegany County to sell alcoholic beverages in Alle- Bimy County, under the .-provision ot Senate Bill 38 as enacted by the General Assembly of Maryland for the HIT Session. Character 1 of License, r.ame .of applicant anfi for whom applied, the •''residence of applicant, locution of place o.' business and ownfr of premises are a« follows: IIHISIC. WINK ASM) UQUOIl IJCKNSIv— CLASS C— ON SAI.I! CLIJIIS Applleant. Clmrliw T, King; rBBlrlcncr.nf nppllcniit. Ml. SavngB; lor whom upplliid, Memorial I'oat No. ISC; location of premium. Main St.; owner or premlnea, Memorial rosl No, ISO. • • Applicant. John E. King; residence of applicant, Prostburg. Applicant. Joseph W.'Lashley; residence or applicant, Mt. Savage; for whom ap plied, American Legion; location o: pre mlscs, Mt. Savage; owner oJ premises. American Legion. 1 The e-Tplra-on date of ail licenses grant- eil will be the 30th day of. 'April next alter issunnce. First publication of th!»' notice 15 T, Dec. 21. 1D10. JOSEPH T!, BODEN, Clerk of the Circuit Court for Allegany County By J. R. Williams OUT OUR WAY RePRESEKST THE SCHULTZ CO. AMD V)E'R£ INTERESTED 1N> A CHEMICAL ne DISCOVERED 1. TVUriK I4E CAU " DEt-JTAU 60W8* IF SODA THINKS IT15 FUMMY, I DOWT--MAKING IT'S DIVORCE PAPERS WHEM HE KNOWS It'STH 1 TPEEPTOA RANCH SHE'S SWING SUGAR FOR CHRIST- 6-?'YOUR WIFE'S H, SHE 6IMME THIS VOL)— LAW PAPERS; 1 RECKJNI. 1 ER. I'D TELL HIM— HE MAY SUFFER PER HOURS [ SORRY, SIR, 6OT , HE'S ATT£MDirJG \ I BEFORE OPEN IN' f. IN THE /JORTH A MERRY EXMESS Live In This Radio" Actor NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the following persons have Hied application with the Cork of the Circuit Court, for Ai:c- gnny County to sell alcoholic beverages In Allegany County, under the provision of Senate Bill 38 as enacted by the Genera] Assembly o: Maryland for the 1311 Session. Character of License, r.amc of applicant and for whom applied, the residence ol applicant. location of place ot ^business and owner- of premises are as follows; BEEH, WINE AXD r.IQL'OItS, CLASS B, On Sale Generally Applicants: Arthur and John E. Blank. Residence of applicants: Zlhlman, Md. Fcr wohm applied: Arthur and John E. Blanl:. Location of premises; Route No. 3B, zlhlmar., Md. Owner 0' premises: Arthur Blank.. .The expiration date ot ill! licenses granted will hi the 30th day of. April next after issuance. First publication of this notice 15 December 11, 1948. JOSEPH E. BODEN. Cleric of the Circuit Court .'or Alleffimy Coiintr. Ailv»rllwmt.n! : •• T-Prn. ll-lll-IH —Advertisement-. T-Dcc21.2B P ItE STRAYS away, an inexpensive-.ad may brlnp him b&ck safe and sound. Lost (idfi hftvo ft wn.v ol rindluB dofru— they art just HP effective In locnllflR lont jewels. DOckfitbooka. watches, keys. etc. ' • | <r 54-A—Display Classified TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE 111C A L ESTATE SITUATED AT NO. 23 HIDGE- WAY TERRACE, IN THE CITY OF CUMBERLAND, ALLEGAXY COUNTY AND STATE OF MARYLAND. - IMer and by virtue of -a Decree of the Circuit Court lor Al'.cgany County. Maryland, passed on r.hc IGth day of November. IMn. 1n a ccrtnln cause therein pending wherein Hurry H. Wai-nick !» the Plaintiff, and Leila. Clnlr Skinner, ct »l. arr, the Defendant. It being No. 21,008 on the Equity Docket In said Court, this undersigned, hnvlnc been duly appointed Trusteeo to moke such sale, will offer at public auction to the liiRhes'. bidder at the corner or Baltimore and South Liberty Strests, !)y the side of The Second National Banlt Building. In Cumberland, Aliensny County, Mnrylnnd, on WDNESnAY, TJECISMIlEll S". 'HI* AT .ll:<«> O'CLOCK. A. M. the following property, to-wlt: All :.hal lot of ground slumlcd " taken fty Argentina, Canada, Mexico, Sweden and Australia. A recapitulation disclosed that importers' in only- a. few countries —such as Switzerland, Venezuela, and Cuba—now can purchase United States goods freely without worrying about licenses and how to obtain the necessary dollar exchange. To add to vthe difficulties of American exporters there is the growing number of nations who are increasing their Industrial and agri- tultural output within • their own borders. Markets 'Whittled Away This means that the foreign markets for such American items as food, coal and textiles have been whittled away. Even the European Recovery Program, which was intended to bolster up the vojuine of United States exports, hns not lived up to advance optimistic expectations. A recent estimate indicated that the so-called "Mai-shall Plan conn- trios" will purchase approximately clgnt per cent less goods from United Stales during the first year of Marshall Plan operations than they did in 1947. Moreover, foreign trade observers point out that the buying patterns of most Marshall Plan nations have shifted so that they ore buying as " ' from, neighboring countries ' tutd other non-dollar sources. Such continued shifts. It is be- Radios! • TABLE MODEL RADIOS AND COMBINATIONS $17 to $89 Consoles, i] you, desire them Dolan's . RADIO HOSPITAL 11 N. George St. Phone 282 Open 3 'til 9 a r. r BAND INSTRUMENTS. For Christmas! SPECIAL Boy Scout Bugles... $3,75 35 Boltimoro St. Phone 3230 iXMAS FOR EVERYONE! $50 TO $300 OR MORE QUICKLY—Without Red Tape! Vour choice ol the following additional, LOAN PLAINS. No worthy person refused. AUTO AND SIGNATURE LOANS $50 to $1000 Cash Immediately on' any make or model. If you owe on your car, now, you can pet u 2nd mortise nuto ,oan ot SID. 'jlOO. $200. or more. Wife's slcnaturc not necessary. Brlrft title, drivo away with tho cash. "Get Acquainted" • PAY DAY LOANS ' 525 — $50 — 575 on Just j-our -name to tide you over. 550 lor 30 days, tolnl cost, only 51,50. . FURNITURE LOANS $100 to $500 or More! Money to consolidate family billn and expenses, convenient credit terms to flt your pocktbooK. Come .In or Phone 5293 AETNA FINANCE CO. 7 N. LIBERTY (Opp. Tort Cumbcrluncl Hotel) iS N. Mechanic. tn NO OTHER way cm you »s reach stilled or »elect fttlp u through Inexpensive want adB vbleh may be phoned to 4600 up t3 i p. m. .lor action the following day. . " AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE Wringer Roll* All-Weshui CUMBERLAND MAYTAG Phone 2672 . CALL 4071-J / for your XMAS TREE Free Dc/ivcry Within 10 Milt Radius TOYS! APPLIANCES! •fc Bring- the kiddies in to see Santa CENTRAL'I-UTILITY co. 112 N. Mechanic .a Holzahu's Addition to Cumberland. Alle- nnny County, Maryland, known and designated ns Lot No. 17 in said Addition and described as follow?: Beginning on Ridceway Tcrntcfr at the end or the third line of the deed Jrom J.' H. Holzshu & wife Lo Charles >H. Klngsbury, dated June .21, J8D4 and recorded among the Lnntl Records of A.lc- gany County In Llbcr It, Folio B75. nnd reversing said third line South 15 degrees Ea..it 150 feet, thence South 15 degrees West 50 leet; thence North *i5 degrees West 155 lees to R'.dsei.T.y Tcrrn.ce: THence with It North 15 degrees East 50 feet to the- beginning. It being the same property conveyed_ to Grace B. Crutchley, deceased, by Beu.ali R. Brooks and George H. Brooks, her husband, by deed dated July 1. 1020, nnd recorded In Liber 133. Folio 330, one of the Land Records ot Allegany County, Maryland. ,, , . t The property is improved by an eight- room frame house with bath, cellar and hot-air furnace. Taxes adjusted to date of sale. TSHMS OF SA1JE: One-third cash on day of sale and the balance upon the ratification of the sale by the Court and delivery of a RioA and sufficient deed. F. BROOKE WHITING. JIAROLO E. NAUGHTON, , lieved will have an increaslnglj serious effect upon the volume .of United States exports in the future Clirislnias.KJLs STN FRANCISCO— (INS)— Pas- scnpcr ships and Army freighters leaving Snn Francisco Me being equipped with Christmas kits foi Dec. 25 celebrations at sea. The kits — Advertisement . T-Dec, 7-21-23 Phone 4071-J EXECCTOIl'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscribe: has obtained from the Orphans- Court o: Allegany County, Maryland, ict- CARS WANTED! WE PAY THE LIMIT Reliable Motors Co. "The Lot With The Iron Fence" Cor, George & Harrison Sts. Phone 61 Evenings 3732 tors. Testamentary on the cs'.otc o! Jimcs Quln law ot Alhsnny County. Maryland, dccensctl. All persons Inuring claims agr.lnst the deceased arc hereby warned . to exhibit the same, -with the vouchers thcrcor duly nuthcntlcn-.cd. to the subscriber on or bctort the 10th day or June, 1940. They may otherwise by ^aw be excluded from all benefit or the said estate. All persons Knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Giver, under my Hand this 10th any or December, 10-18, WILLIAM C. WALSH Executor Liberty Trust. Building Cumberlnnd, Md. —Adv.-T-Jce. 14-3l-2B-Jiin._4 . contain a tree, tree lights, tinsel trimming, room table decorations in the YuZetide theme. The crayfish has Its eyes mounted on stalks, and can draw them in at FLOWERS Cumberland's Oldest Flower Shop BEST FLOWERS BEST SERVICE Phone 291 54-A—Display Classified #; Shop Newcomer's... ?# # ' ' iff • O1C. VIDI^IKJIA AVC * l #! 215- VIRGINIA AYE. for Last Minute GIFTS • ^ !# #!. #1 #! #! No Reasonable Offer Refused THIS WEEK! ON UNREDEEMED ARTICLES -JEWELRY- FOR RENT r S.ECOND FLOOR 40x120 FEET Suitable for Storage,,of Light Materials, Etc. SERVED BY RAILROAD AND TRUCK • -fa Lift Truck Service Located Above Flood Stogo VALLEY STREET AND WILLS CREEK BUCHANAN LUMBER CO FLASH! SPECIAL! Men's 15-Jcwel Bulova. Wrist Watches (Unredeemed) With simulated diamond and ruby stone set dials and gold filled expansion bands— $9,/f *50 yellow gold ^•'^M. , CENTRE STREET LOAN COMPANY 40 N*. Centre St. An oh-so simple must for youi casual wardrobe! Clever, cut and buttoning make this ever so slenderizing, and the. neat -cuffs add a crisp finish to a smart dress! Pattern T4826 comes in sizes 34 36. 38, 40, 42, 44. 46, 48. Sise 3C takes 3"i yards 39-inch. Tills pattern, easy'to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete 'illustrated instructions. Send THIRTY cents in coin for the special handling oJ • thi, De 'Luxe pattern- to The Evening Times 42 Pattern Dept., 243 Wes' 17sh St., New York 11, N. Y. Prin' clainlv -NAME, ADDRESS wit] ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER Look' lovelier, slimmer! Look fo: more casy-to-fit flatterers in .ou .ANNE -ADAMS Winter Pattern JBook. Send for it today—only lit teen cents more! Fashion un'umit cd, for any time; purse, or figure Gifts for all the family, plus FREE pattern of a hosiery case, prir.ted in book! i' ^— •— Oppose Crime Wave LONDON— (INS) — The Brltisl government lias begun a nation wide drive against a mounting crimi wave, following a plea for such tac ti.ce "by the Archbishop of York; I has been, revealed that crime among ••under-17's" lias reached an all-.time high. No 'In-Law' Troubles CLEVELANI>-(INS)—The traditional "mother-in-law" barbs have no place In the home .of Mr. and Mrs. John Totli in Cleveland. For 45 years Mrs. Julia Encz, 93-yenr-old mo'ther-in-law of the couple, has lived peacefully jn the home of her daughter and son-in-law. Palladium chloride, enclosed in a glass tube, wiil turn dark when exposed to gas in a coal mine. HORIZONTAL 1 Pictured actor. Berinett .8 Fodder trough 14 Interstices 15 Reluctant 16 Disembark 17 Close by 19 Cooking utensils 20 Con elusion 2 (.Heroic 22 Harden 23 Unit of energy 26 High mount 28 Bestial 30 Flowers 33 International language 34 Ambary 35 Electrical unit 3C Negative reply 37 Moving 39 Doctrine 41 Fish eggs • 42 Age 43 Ocean 45 Rail bM 49 Cravat 52 Icelandic literature • 54 Aroma 55 Hemp" fiber 56 Seesaw 58 Liberate 60 Handled 61 Respects VERTICAL 1 Type, of cabbage • '2 Persia 3 Leaner 4 Seed container '5 Morindin dye 6 Walking stick 7 Retain 8 Grape refuse 9 Average (ab.) 10 Fiber Knots 11 Clutches 12 Domestic slave 13 Pause 18 Sloth 24 He performs on the 25 Dazzling li«ht 26 Mountain' crest 27 Non-winner MBrotfwr 4TWa»born» 29 DaWn goMesrf «6 War god/ 31 Compass point SO Entry •;;„ • 32 Drunkard. ,81 Org«w of j 38 Barters . 40Inhertnt 43 Caterpillar; hair 44 Paradise '. .45 Painful " 46 Allegtd force BOndanao. 57 And (trite) SOLieutcnmt ~ (ab.) ------- H ERE is a pleasant Uttle game th»t will give you m memge tvtty:-,- dav It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortunti •' Count tte letters in your first n«ne. II tb. number of ^^*««: more subtract 4. If the number U less th»n «, »dd 3. The "»^« your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner «« ftt we- ; tangle and check every one of your key number*, left to right Thea read the message th« letters under the checked Oguwf give you. .. J. Mille, DktrO«W kr Km« F«»t»r«. Ue.J2-2l Unredeemed Diamonds .. OUT OF PAWN Offered to the Public ot Savings of MORE V/ , THAN /& • All Newest Mountings • Brilliant Stones $9.50 up Gentlemen's and Ladies' Watches, some §T| tfj».50 Originally Sold at $50 to $60 \"* Gentlemen's $15 Expansion Watch Bands, $O.9S -| Gold Filled, White, Yellow, Rose *•* Jj 1949 Xmas Club OPEN Join Now! THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK City Hall Square — Cumberland Kr.wbcr Fed. fleposit Insurance Corji. Ruptured Our Reputation— For quality work removes the g-amble from your dry cleaning— Sec for yourself.. Hut Blockingr — Our Specialty HARRY FOOTER & CO. Cleaners and Dyers PHONE T97 Cumberland — Frostburc Wcsternport 251G1 Watches Wallets Rings Lockets •*• Lighters * Guitars • CHILDREN'S JEWELRY — CROSS TOWN — SEE.FOR YOURSELF, Ladies' Expansion Watch Bands, White Yellow and Rose Gold Filled . . Ladies' Gold Filled Expansion Bracelet and Locket Sets in Beautiful Gift Boxes 75 JT}« VT\ai Othtn Now Df— ! «VMr « Form Flttlni MILLER Truji HAND'S DALTIMOKE ANT3 CENTRE STS. S-P-E-C-I-A-L Je-wel Bulova yellow gold Gents 15 Jcivel Bulova yellow gold Wrist Watches with simulated Diamond and Ruby Dials. Gold filled S.SO plus expansion Bracelet. Very limited Quantity Comp/cfe Line of all Othsf Jcwc/ry at Tremendous Savings! MORTON LOAN CO. 33 Baltimore St. . phone 377 ° QUICK CHRISTMAS CASH ON ARTICLES OF VALUE g Non-Alcoholic EGG NOG and Pineapple Cottage Cheese NOW AVAILABLE BARTON'S Phone 4515-W Expert Shoe Repairing Fine Quality Materials by . JOE IDONI o! MODERN SHOE REBUILDERS 14 Baltimore. St. OPEN S A. M. to 6 P. M. DAILY Quality and Scm'ce Onto loam $50, SI00, $250 or More Drive owoy with the loon, reasonable rate, easy repay. Service right away. MILLENSON CO, tOS S. Liberty St. , rhon« MI Irvlni MlUcnson, Mjr.^ Creamery Employes Attend Celebration GRAMTSVTLLE—Eleven employes of the Grantsville Creamery, Inc., attended the seventieth anniversary celebration of the..I. N. Hagen'Ice Crearr. Company, Uniontown, Pa., at Summit Hotel, near Uniontown. They are Clyde McCurdy, manager, Mrs. Marshall Landis, .Roy vought, Leonard McKenzie, Clinton McKenzlc, Bayard Miller, Edward Davis, Leonard Garlitz and Donald Hetrick. McCurdy was presented a 12-year award. The principal speaker was Dr.' John DaGrcsa, former Ail-American lootball player and now director ol athletics at Temple University, Philadelphia. The Grantsville creamery Is a subsidiary of the company. Marriage Suggestion LONDON — (INS) — The-British Government is expected to accept a proposal thnt it should "finance marriage guldrtnbc centers and supervise the training of marriage counsellors." These bureaus would advise people considering marriage on how to avoid divorce and domestic clistrcss. Pen and Chain NEW BEDFORD, Mass.—(INS)— Can it be that petty thieves once tried to Invade the most hallowed outposts of the law? As long, as the oldest citizen can remember, there has been a pen on the lawyer's desk of- the third district courtroom. The pen is still there—fastened down by a chain. Belgium still has a wooden shoe industry, making them- for local sales and for shipment to France ard the Netherlands. Discovery of the relation between the moon aad the tides of the sea is credited to the Phoenicians. DEAR SANTA "'IF YOU'VE ,RtTN" OUT OF GIFTS,- YOU CAN -GET MORE AT THE KAYBE3- PEOPLES . STORE AT • 77 BALTIMORE ST.. CUMBERLAND. PRACTICAL GIFTS' OF APPAREL FOR EVERY "MEMBER OF THE FAMILY ON EASY -CREDIT. Conduct Study f To Determine 'Average' Child : -pirrsBimGH.—aijs)—"wuat-.is • the "average" chad like? ' The answer may be. forthcoming when the Pittsburgh.. Child Guidance Center finishes its six-year study of 160' hand-picked PIttaburgh school children. • '-. : The kids, all six years and eight months old—one for each.. 1,000 children, enrolled in Pittsburgh schools —were chosen, for their,, ability. - to get along with their.classmates.'-; The center hopes'-by a study..:of "average children" to establish-'» "norm" and thereby help, "problem children." . ' . ..;;.'. Begun Three Yew* Ago - -• The study—begun three years.ago —is under the direction of Dr. 'Nettle W. Ledwlth, psychologist fori.the center and an instructor at- the University of Pittsburgh:' Dr: Lcd- wltli chose children who had linish- ed at least one- semester in. school • and therefore- had an opportunity xo adjust themselves. The study includes 'a-yearly -«x- • aminatioa oT the children.' giving them a half-dozen popular tests, including the Borschach "Ink.Blot" test used to diagnose Oio personalities of "problem children." When the study is completed,-the • center hopes to have standards "by which .it can .determine the personality of the children its'., purpose is to help. • "' r.' " No Tests For Normal Children . Officials of the center say 'that though there are several tests';., to determine.whether both adults;and children are .emotionally disturbed, no real standard for the normal child exists. An equal number of boys and girls'' were • selected. They -v e r e chosen from. 30 different sehools and were picked to provide an. accurate sample- of social and economic levels. This gives the-re-. searchers ; an actual cross-section with -which to' work. A complete record will' be kept of the' children until they are 13 years .old. When the six-year study is -complete, the center hopes to--have-the ' answer to what the "regular" child: thinks when.he or she looks at ; a. blot of ink. ' '..:.'.' This may not mean much to-the layman but'it provides the answer to personality problems, for-trained psychologists. ;' '.'.'.." A . Japanese legend has it. that, music-was devised by the ..gods" to lure the sun goddess from a cave .to which she had retired. ' •

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