Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 22, 1948 · Page 10
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22, J9JS Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Injunction Asked To Ban Licjuor Ads Taxpayer Hits District Displays In Annapolis ANNAPOLIS—W>-A taxpayer today asked a court order to block publication of'Washington liquor advertisements •. in The • Annapolis Evening Capital. • .Albert Block, Annapolis, who identified himself only as a Maryland taxpayer and voter, has filed suit in Anne Arundel > County Court. He teeks an- injunction against The Annapolis Capital-Gazette Press, Inc., to bar advertisements by oiit- of-state liquor dealers "inviting the Maryland Public to purchase more than- one quart of alcoholic beverage at a time for personal use. State law prohibits the importing of more than two quarts of liquor . a month—and more than one at a tlrae—by Jtfarylanders. . Block said the Capital on December 16 published an advertisement of Elg's Liquor Store . (5416 George Avenue, N. W.), Washington, which he said- was "openly inviting, the public to 'ireak the law." The Capital said the Washington dealer had contracted for 10,000 lines of display advertising in The Capital and the weekly Maryland Gazette. "Having entered into .a one-year! p. p , o contract .with a reputable business- Company tr lo SCO man,.we questlo' our right to refuse!Action Films Tonight to publish his advertising," General • Manager Elmev M.' Jackson, Jr.. and the rcstralnb ol such trade," he said. ' Because of a lower tax in .the District of Columbia, liquor is generally cheaper in Washington than in Maryland. said TI- in a statement accompanying Action movies of the infantry -will be shown at the semi-monthly meet- -spital's Page-One story of the; ing of Company G, 319th Infantry; su 1 ' • tonight at 8 in Room 2, Post Office "i..':Miy subscribers to our news- Buildmg, Ca.pt. Henry- Klein, corn- paper reside- in /southern Annejma'nding, announced. Arundel county and are employed I The'-payroll will be set up and or have, offices in • Washington. I arrangements for uniforming the These people, in our. opinion, have Si group made he added, perfect right to purchase liquor ir.j c ap t Klein said members will apy quantity they, see fit, provided t ra j n ne xt summer.at Fort Bragg, it is not brought across the Maryland border in excess of the statu- Ixjry limit," Jackson said. / "I feel that had we refused this advertising, we may have become involved.in various federal.statutes, which govern trade, between' statesjponent. N. C-, with the 82nd Airborne Division. He -reminded Maryland veterans that the 319th is actually a parachute infantry regiment and Is the state 80th Airborne Division corri- I La Vale Baptists TVOccupy Church New church quarters for the Baptist congregation of LaVale will be occupied Sundny, the Rev. J. C. Ledbettci 1 , pastor, nnnouncccl yesterday. Sponsored as a home mission by the Second Baptist Church, the •LaVale Baptist Chapel congregation recently purchased Polsal's Bowling Alley building at Allegany Grove and sufficient remodeling has beer, done to make the structure ready for religious services. > The congregation, numbering about 200 persons, has been holding services in the home of Mr. Ledbetter. Mr. Ledbetter said the Sunday School and'church congregation will 'assemble at the parsoimgc at 0:30 a. m. Sunday . and march in a .body to the new quarters for Sun- cray School classes. At 10:30 a. m. regular worship services will 1 , be held. Mr. Ledbetter said he will deliver a Christmas sermon, "The Message of the Angels." At 7:30 p. m. the young people ol the church will present a Christmas program including a pageant "Bethlehem Pathway." The Sunday School has an enrollment of MG and the church 33 adult members. These figures Indicate the rapid growth x ol' the Liquor License Transfer, Application Filed Here A transfer of applicants for beer, wine and liquor license was filed yesterday in the office of the clerk of court, by Thomas R. Neat, William C. Scott and Bernard F. Hines for the Community Volunteer Fire Company, Warrior Drive, Cresaptown. A beer and" wine license was issued co Albert Tomsko, Lee Green and John J. Robinson, trading as Albert's Super Market, Inc., 30 Wincow Street, yesterday by the Allegany County Liquor Control Board. Disirict Mceiing Set- By Boy Seoul Officials The annual meeting of the Cumberland District, Potomac Council. Soy Scouts of America, will be held Tuesciuj-. Jiinuary 11, .it 7.-.30 p.m. In St, Mary's pa.rl.sh house. Mll<w G. Thompson, district chairman, has announced. Other officers are Roy W. Eves, vice chairman, ar.d H. Vernon Adams, district commissioner. Officers will be elected and reports given. Plans will be made for the 1049 program oC organizing,, neighborhoods and r.ew troops. George Sellers is chairman of-the committee on arrangements, assisted by William Alice and Bernard Eeck! Following the business session, a buffet supper will be served. Cumberland District includes this city, Ci'csnptown, Bowling Green and LaVale. BANANAS . . .51.98 Bunch Also 12c pound. Hager's at Lovers Leap in the Narrows. FROM THE EMPLOYEES OF THE SHOP EARLY:.. ACME Markets Will Be . Closed Saturday, Christmas Day! Open Thurs, Evening Until 8 p. m. Friday Evening Until 6 p. m, Brand I* your a»uranc« of Compl»t«,Satisfaction. Only tho pick of th« flock tender, youna and flavorful turkey. - - - art privileged to carry Hit Lancartar tag. Ifa your B uanint«. Assure the Enjoyment of Tour Christmas Feast with one of our Plump, Young Lancaster Brand TURKEYS Fancy Young Hens TOMS ForTbose-Who.Want a.Smaller . * VPl^ "V 4% f 79* e Who.Want a.Smaller Family Sized Turkey Full Dressed 89C Full Dressed Cresaptowii Auxiliary To Prepare Food Baskets Crcsaptown Unit No. 200, Amor- lean Loglon Auxiliary, will mem. tonight at 7 to prepare food baskets for the community's underprivileged families. The Auxiliary -will compete plans for a kiddies' treat and party tomorrow at 1:30 p. in. at Crcsap Park Theatre. The party is sponsored in conjunction with, members or the Volunteer Firemen's Auxiliary ol'Cresaptown. •Mesmer, an 18th Century Viennese physician. - v;ho experimented in hypnotism,' claimed'.he could, cure many diseases' by. "animal; rnagnet- FOB YOUR . 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OSCO, The Favorite, Richer Blend COFFEE Marsh Seedless GrapeJruit bag *t3 Florida Juicy Oranges Crisp rascjil Celery Jumbo .^>C JUinch £a*J Christmas Fruits and Vegetables at Money-Scniing • Acme Prices 310 S. Centre St. CSTY DAIRY, INC. Phone 699 CASH FOR "EMERGENCIES, • OTHER PURPOSES On Signature, Car or Furniture NO ENDORSERS REQUIRED Do you need-cash to take care of any of the many extras that come up at Uiis time of the year? You can borrow up to $1000 at HFC and'take 6,. 12, 15 or more months to. repay,, depending on the purpose of your loan. Borrow For Any Good Reason- Thousands of customers find money help at- HFC every week! They'get cash to pay overdue bills, medical-or dental bills, seasonal_or emergency expenses. Repay The Convenient Way Table shows sample loan plans. Household offers a . variety of repayment sched-. ulcs for your convenience. -. Cftth You Got f $100 200 300 500 1000. MONT 20 poytnls S'6.41 12.65 ' 18.80 ,-28.88 : 56.81 HLY: PAI jj - payints S.8,08 ' 15.98 23:80 . ; 37.47; , 73.66 WENT r . ;2 • tiaymts 5^.75 ' 19:33 .-28:82 ; 46.09 •90.58 LANS 6 pfymts ,S18.1^ 36.13 54.02 89.34 175.43 _ Paymenti cborfittdttd* cettM of the loon »/ repaid on iihedtilt, Gtiarf'l on loan* above SjOO (f£ matte under the Industrial finance . iair. Our thnrgtj OK all balanM of S300 or less am ruhitn-rttitilly less than-Use Jnil . rate fermitted hy lain. • • No,endorsers--are required and our. charge on loans of S300 or less is substantially below the lawful maximum. 187S • Oar 70th Anniversary .. 1948 um HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Liberty Trust Co. Bldg. r 6fh Floor- Entrance on Centre St., Just off Baltimori* PHONE: 5200—Cumberland Loans Made to Residents a} Nearby.Tow»s~ Fancy Slicing Tomatoes Iceberg Lettuce i heads Specially selected and perfectly blended. 'First choice ol S out 'of 4 of our customers. Save the coupons. 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Get Supreme Bread 13 C The I.o,ir that LISLCS better .-and-stays soft longer. Loal, Fr«h.» Ideal Old-Fashioned Mince M Ideal Golden Pumpkin Crossc-Blackwcll Fig Pudding ' lb. ccn 45e. Richelieu Pumpkin—It's, Different Ig. can 28c. Crisco '. 3 lb. con SI .09. Kathcrinc Beccficr Butter-Mints .....eon 1 $1.00 Dcven Sheer Poultry Dressing pkg. 29c Dcvcn Sheer Idle' Hour Cockroil Crockcrs pkg. 49c Kemp's Step-A-Heod Mixed Nuts lb. can ?1.39 Canada Dry Ginger AIo, Sparkling Water- bottle 20c plus tax Angostura Bitters bottle 61c We have Swift Premium Beef Ocean Spray Cranberry Sauce 35c 1-Jb. Jell-0 / All Flavors 5 Bro'okfield Butter . Heinz rium lb. Kej'stone Mince Fine -5-3 Flavor JJl' lb. 7-Minit Pie Crust pkg. 17c Pumpkin 1'ic Spice, c:ui 30c Gold Seal All-Purpose Pure Cane C?T Tf* \ "O Granulated tfUw/mll PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING, DEC. 2t. 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