Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 17
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LIBERTY (Opp. Fort Cumberland Hotel) 54-A—Display Classified AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE Wringer Rolls 'All Y/ashen CUMBERLAND MAYTAG 15 N. Mcchohic" KKani'267: Cash-For-Your CAR Taylor Motor Co. 218 N. Mechanic Phone 395 WATCH REPAIRING Sl'CCIAUZrNG ITnmllton, Elgin, BOULEVARD WATCHES M. cu-xmie ST. WATCH A JEWELIIT REPAIRS 24 Hoar Service SPEAR'S JEWELRY STORE 62 Icltimoro St. BAND INSTRUMENTS For Christmas: SPECIAL Boj- Scout Bugles. $3,75 15 Baltimore St. Phone 3230 CUMBERLAND PfllNTft GLflSSCo. 165 N.CCNTRCST TCL-911 CARS WANTED! WE PAY THE LIMIT Reliable Motors Go. . "Hie Lot W/i/j The Iron Fence" Cor, George & Harmon Sts. Phone 61 Evenings 3732 XMAS DELIVERY. New '49 Kaiser-Frazer USED BARGAINS . BANK TERMS 1947 Frozer, overdrive, ond Heater $1895.00 1947 Kaiser perfect $1695.00 1941 Buick 5 Pass. Coupe $1095 1941 Dodge Sedan, . only .... .. $895.00 FLETCHER MOTOR SALES '& SERVICE 118. $. Mechanic St. Phone 2087 SMALL ESTATE NOTICE . This Is lx> (rive notice 'to any person hiivJnf: i\ny clulm against tlirc estate of Gladys P. r>aunr, late ol AHusuuy County, Mftryltind, deceased. Is hereby warned to exhibit the same, -with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before January 21, 19-43 they may cthcr-fflsc. • hy law. be excluded from all benefit of said estate. . . . JOHN" P. DA.UM, 601 Hill Street, Cumberland, Maryland. Small Estate Petitioner —Advertisement . T-Dcc. 23 -• NOTICE Notice Jj hereby given that the lollowing persons .have filed application vlth the Clerfc ol the Circuit Court for Allegnny County to sell alcoholic beverages 1r. Allcgaay County, tinder the provision ol Senate Bill 9B as enacted by the Genera! Assembly of. Maryland for the 1S47 Session. Character of License, ntiinc of apD'ican and for' whom applied, the residence o applicant, location of place of busincs and owner, of premises firc'ns 'folloics; BEER, WINK A I.IQCOt:—CLASS A OFF SALB Applicant. LoulK Seder; residence of ap pllcant, 312 Cnniden Ave.. Cumberland Md.: lor whom applied. Louis Seder; lo cation of premises. 3? N. Centre 6t Cumberland. JId.; owner of premises, I^a 4: Oliver .Estate. The expiration date of all license granted will be the 30th day of Aprl next after issuance. ' First publication of this notice Is De cfmber 16. 1348. JOSEPH E. BODEN. Cleric or the Circuit Cour for Allegany County, Advertisement T-Dec. 10-23 Maj. Joluisoii Acquitted Of Traffic Violation BALTIMORE— (&)— Maj. Edward McK. Johnson, executive officer of the Maryland State Police, was acquitted in traf lie court Wednesday on charges of leaving the scene of an accident and reckless driving. Magistrate Joseph, Kolodny .dismissed the charges after William O'Connor, a witness to the Dec, 1 accident, 'said, when asked if he could identify the driver of an 1 auto- niile which drove off after the minor accident: "Under the circumstances, I do not want to." OUT OUR WAY By J. R. William*. .OUR BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOOPLB ADMtXTSTrtATOtt'S NOTICE This Is'To Give Notice, that the'suh' ncriber has obtained from the Orphans Court, of AllcKany County, Maryland Tetters, of Administration on the. estate of Anna Apnes Is'orrls, late of AHeRany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons lavlnc claims 'against the deceased are icrcby warned to exhibit 'the same, with the touchers thereof duly authenticated ;o the subscriber on' or. .before the. 7th day of June, 1348. /They ' may otherwise by law be excludea from nil benefit of satd estate. .All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate . payment. Given under my hand this 1th <Iay of December, -1848. ' • ELMER O. STOTLEMYER. Administrator, Route No. 8, . . Cumberland. Md. —Advert!«ment T-Dec. 8-10-23-30 54-A—Display. Classified USED CARS 1948 Plymouth Special Dlx. 4 Door, Very low mileage. Radio and Heater. New Car Guarantee 1939 Chevrolet- 2 Door Sedan USED TRUCKS 1948 .Roo with Dump Body 82S Tires,'2-Spccd Rear...; .. 1946 Chevrolet .with'.Dump'.Body ,';.. •- B2S-X 20 tires'(Practically'Ncw) .. Fish Plated Frame, Two Speed Axle, A-l~ Condition LFT Moclc-Tractor, Saddle Tank, Fifth Wheel, Completely Rccondition- •d moron c 218 S. Mechanic St. PHONE 255ti "Satisfaction Guaranteed" SCHADE'S RADIATOR,. SERVICED rOP TRUCKS SALES HUDSON Jenkins & Schriver Motor Co. 133 S, Mechanic St. Phone 12 Buy WttJt Confidence — WE BUY; SELL & TRADE USED BUT. NOT ABUSED CARS 305 S. Centre St. .' Phone 14*4 • INSIST ON '• GENUINE FORD PARTS ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "your fricn<!lt Ford Dealer" i Gforgi St, Cumberland, Phone 580 'Holiday Specials 45 Ply 4 Dr Sdn Demo Spec 47 Pontiac 4 Dr Sdn .,..-...1945 42 Cher Aero Sdn 945 41 Ford 2 Dr Sdn ......... 775 41 Chev 2 Dr Sdn 86540 Ford 4 Dr Sdn 695' 39 Chcv 2 Dr-^dn ......... 595' 37 Chev 2 Dr Sdn 425 36 Oldi 2 Dr Sdn 375 Special 46 ChcY Fm2 Dr Sdn 1295 J&L Motors Co. George & Harrison Sis. Phont 1S52 Open Eves Unredeemed Diamonds.. „ OytJT OF PAWN Offered to the Public at Savings of MORE | / . ' THAN /2 • • All Newest Mountings • Brilliant Stones ,$9.50 up Gentlemen's and Ladies' Watches, some §"• O.50 Originally Sold at $50 to 560 -"-^ Gentlemen's $15 Expansion Watch Bands, §9.95 Gold Filled, White, Yellow, Rose O Ladies' Expansion Watch Bands, White Yellow ond Rose Gold Filled ...... Ladies' Gold Filled Expansion Bracelet and Locket Sets.in Beautiful Gift Boxes .... —— S-P-E-C-l-A-L'— ~ Cents 15 'Jewel Bulova yellow gold Wrist Watches with simulated Diamond and Ruby Dials. Gold tilled S*^/[expansion Bracelet. Very Limited Quantity £4 -50 tax Comp/efc Line of all Other Jcwc/ry at Tremendous Savings! MORTON LOAN CO. •33 Baltimore St. Phone 3770 QUICK CHRISTMAS CASH ON ARTICLES OF VALUE BANANAS FOR CHRISTMAS S1.98-*««« By the Pound 12c Abo Large Fancy Bananas OLD FASHIONED MIXED Candy ... 3'bs. $1.00 English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts,. Almonds, Filberts, Chestnuts, Etc. ORANGES 20 ">• b°9 98c to $1.19 Dozens and Crates TANGERINES 4 d"- 89c to 39c doz HAGER'S Dependable Qlalify IN THE NARROWS AT LOVERS LEAP Shop Newcomer's.. 215 VIRGINIA AVE. for last Minute GIFTS #! #1 No Reasonable Offer Refused THIS WEEK! t ' ON UNREDEEMED ARTICLES -JEWELRY- Watches Rings Lockets #! Wallets . * Lighters * Guitars .. —CHILDREN'S JEWELRY— CROSS TOWN — SEE'FOR YOURSELF .ADJUNISTICATR1X NOTICE This Is To Give Notice, that the subscriber hna -oblnlncd from the Orphans' Court of AUdjar.y County, Mivrylnr.d. lc:-1 tors of ArlmlnlsLnUlon on the cstntc or ] Com Bcllo Pumr.ljcrBcr Into a! AlicBt County. Mnrylfind, dccrased. All ytersona huvlr.g claims against the deceased Hre hereby -warned to fixhlblt the same, with the* vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 30th dny or May. 1!M9. They Wfty otherwise by law bo excluded from all benellt ol the said estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estnt* «e requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 30th day ol November, 134B. •IRENE P. MAPmS, Administratrix, IBM rrederlck Street, City; —Adv. T-Dcc. 5-0-10-23 Need A Loan? Come In or Phone- Now! NATIONAL Furniture Loans AUTO. LOANS IN 5 MINUTES Easy Repay Plan 101 SODTO CEOKCE STREET Lester MUleniim. Star. mo NT: zon Brings You Great' Stars of Broadway and Hollywood. EVERV.SUNDAY NIGHT 9:00 P.M.'WGUM UUO ON iOOB DIAL Brought to you by THE POTOMAC EDISON CO. TRUSS FITTING By Akron Graduated Experts, also Abdominal Supports, Elastic Hosiery and all * types of surRi- cal appliances. Private Fitting Room. Ford's Draff Store Cumberland 54 N. Centre SL EXPERT ^ BODY WORK Wheel Alignmcnf Wheels Repaired Towing Service • ZIMERLA LaVale AUTO SHOP : '. Phone 2274 LEARN TO DANCE Enroll now at WINTER DANCE STUDIO 12 S. Centra St. Over Darling Shop PHONE 4300 LOVER'S LEAP ESSO STATION —"ON SALE HERE — THE EVENING TIMES AND ALL POPULAR SUNDAY PAPERS MAGAZINES, COMIC BOOKS Henry Knicrlcm, Prop. MAJOR.' SAY YOU'RE! OLD soy/ BDTALftS. 1 I'F T PDT DOW ALL THIS f A8DOT CHRISTMAS PRDBASLV TIPSY TE>0Ue VUL& IMPEDIMENTA,' X'LL M&/ER 8E-A6LE A BIRDCAGE AND A "DOS ONi A LEASH? LET'S TO PlCHC EGKO! I'M. BEHIND WISHING Registered U. S. Patent Office 3 D A 7 ' K O 3 X s L T~ R 8 D 5 S 3 T 5 D & 'N t T L 2 S 7 A S 7 E 4 E a i 3, E 3 H 4 M a L s D 7 S S 4 T 2 L. a F F C 3 'T =., L a G 8 M 4 S 3 C 8 G 6 P 2 P N I 2 F ti T 4 T .3 N 3 L o W b N 7 P S A 0 U 7 0 7 B 4 E 8 A 3 E 0 3 E L C 3 H H 6 .E 3 I 8 G H 8 R 6 I N 8 A 7 S 2 A 7 w 3 I 2 A 7 D 4- M 8 G 7- C 3 T 5 A 4 R 3 V 6 I •7 I 3 M 8 s. H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. If the number is less than 6. add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand comer of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then re»d the message the letters under the checked figures give you. Coprrlrbt IMt.br WUltam J. Hilkr. Dim-United by Kin j Ftttun*. Inc. 12-23 Runners Steal Show In 1948 Track Events U. S. Athletes Tops In 11 of 24 Men's Running Classics By FRANK ECK ' AT Ncwsfciiturcs Sports Editor NEW YORK — Everybody who could run ran in 1948—and we're not talking about the election. There were hundreds ol races lor the trackmen, most of whom had their eyes on the Olympics games in London. Athletes from the United States walked off with 11 of 24 men's track, and 'field events. No mate athlete won two Olympic events but there were four who added Olympic titles to their AATT championships.- Harrison Dillard,, "Baldwin-Wallace Negro, won the 100- meter Olympic dash and the 60-ynrd AATJ high hurdles indoors. Bill Porter of Northwestern won the 110-meter hlRh hurdles in both outdoor competitions. Cochran 400 Winner Roy Cochran of the Los Angeles A.C. took both 400-meter hurdles and young Bob Mathias ol Rates Lowered ' On Gift Parcels The Post Office Department has changed the rates for American gilt parcels to the British and American zones in Germany, .according to William C. McDennott o.cting postmaster. Gift parcels to those zones can tie sent for six cents a pound •effective December 28, he said. The'low rate lind been nuidc applicable to Great Britain and Ireland and Italy December 15. Parcels going to the French zone of western Germany will still cost 10 cents a pound. No- gift parcels may be sent to the Soviet sections. GiftSi sent to the American and British" sectors of the German capital will be charged at a rate of nine cents a pound. The rates had been raised from 10 to 13 cents .on December 15. The French sector of Berlin will retain the 13 cent fee. Calif., .had little difficulty winning the Olympic and AAXJ decathlon. The indoor track season saw parson Gil- Dodds set a new mile record. The 29-year-old Bostonian covered (Continued Prom Page 13) Bmj Marlna Rcserves ta the sccond j oop "'tilt 47-2-1. Gcatz, FrccJn-nd'Lcad Tommy Geatz and Elmer Freeland paced the Amvets with 11 and 10 ' . , _ T-H-JIU^,. ln j points respecuvcly. B. Phillips led the R,d S e,cy team with Barter scores were 13-2. 20-G and 24-13 li\ favor of the Amvets. A last half rally that broke the game into a track meet enable the Cumberland Legion to remain unde- -Liiu ^a-veiti-uiu .ou^uuiuuiu ^WVCA^U . , , « A ^«^4. the 11 laps in Matron Square Gar- {eated in the second game against . ^ _ . ^. -™ 1 . • th e Marines. The Marines-trailed only 12-10 at half time but faded • quickly in. the last two quarters. The Legion led at the quarters by the scores of 7-4, 12-10 and 29-18. M. Cox paced the winners with 14 points -while B. Bartlett led the losers with height. The lineups: den in 4:05.3, knocking one and one- tenth seconds o£t his 1944 mark. At the Boston K. of C. games he won his 21st indoor mile in a row' but he missed the Olympic trials when he came up with first the mumps and then a leg injury. Mel Patton, Southern California sprinter, set a'new world record for the 100-yard dash, being timed in 09.3 at Fresno.- Calif. EerbMcKenley of Jamaica clipped three-tenths of a second from his 4S.3 world record In the 440-yard dash and sec a new AAtT trials. Wins 82 StraiRht X>illard won 82 straight events but ihe task was too much far him at the AAU outdoor games when his schedule called for two trial heats and two finals within 47 minutes. During his phenomenal streak, Dlllard broke two world records. He covered the 220-yard low hurdles in 22.3 and the 120-yard high hurdles :n 13.6. The latter record breaker itook place at the Kansas Relays i where shotputter Charles Fonvllle, c i Wilson, f Lchma:i, i 1 B. Phillips, o 4 Reynolds, g 0 Thompson, s 2 Comer, sub 0 Thomas, sub 0 Totals ... Lmvcts' t. Gents. I Giles. S .... L. Baker, p . Palmer, sub G . 5 , 4 . 3 , 1 . 0 , 1 • Totals 14 Score by periods: RTDGEIEY 2 AMVETS 13 Referees—Roby and Twlgg. F 1-1 5-7 2-G <f-t> 0-2 1-1' 1-1' 10-18 F 1-2 2-3 0-0 0-0 1-1 0-0 . 4-6 Pts. 3 10 0 •I : i 26 Pti. 11 10 6 1 2 20 13 24 Hilleary. I Price. M.irine Rcscrres Kelly, f Glenoralnn . Christmas Eva DANCE Bring Your Friends to 'the Glcnora — 2 Wiles Our on Valley Road Dancing 9 till 12 Beer — Lunches — Wine MOSKINS CREDIT CLOTHING * CtOTBING- for the FAMILY on FAST, FRIENDLY CREDIT * , ^ ONE ACCOUNT OUTFITS THE-FAMILY • ' T '. ,-•'. * 141 BALTIMORE ST. i Michigan pre-dental student, heaved ] Twigf : t • the IS-pounds 58 feet ?» inch. i Mrs. Fanny Blankers-Koon, Holi land houscTrife -with three children, was the bis track hero of the Olym- i 'pics, winning three events. The only' United States gal to triumph was Alice Coachman of Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. She won the high jump, setting a new Olympic Record I of 5 feet SVs inches. A 26-year-old ex-soldier often called "Skin and Bones", Robert Black of Rhode Island State, was brilliant in cross-country. The 124- ,pounder from North Attleboro, Mass., won the AATJ, NCAA and IC4A events. Cumberland Legion R. Stcrr.e, I ...... B. Sterne. K * M. Cox, sub 4 Totals IB Cunningham, f Helmstctter, c . Bennett. FT .... Kiwanis Luncheon Will Feature Yule Program The Cumberland Kiwaiiis Club heard a Christmas. Program at their luncheon meeting today at Central -YMCA. The program was arranged by the Church and Rellcrious Aims Committee. Thomas B. Rnan, program chairman, introduced Miss Joyce Bestwick, who sang "O Holy Night", and Rev. Norman O. Scribner, pastor of Center Stree Methodist Church, who delivered a Christmas message. A. Ftorian Wilson led singing with Calvin Keiter as accompanist. BortkU. Michaels, sub F 0-1 1-3 0-0 •1-6 0-1 5-11 11-31 F 1-1 1-3 0-0 0-0 2-3 0-0 47 Pis. Totals 10 ' Score by periods: CUMBERLAND LEGION- ... MARINE RESERVES Referees— Roby and T«lg .HORIZONTAL • 1,7 Pictured choreographer 13 Evades 14 Unstable V' 15 Low tide "tf 16 Unoccupied 19 Handle 20 Vase 21 Severed 23 Brown 24 While 25 Laughter sound 2GPart ol "be" 28 Cerium (symbol) 29 Victim of Jcprosy 31 Observer 33 Scrap 34 Dove's call 35 Staff 37 Natural fat 40 Hebrew deity 41 Compass point 42 Concerning 43 Negative reply 44 Watering place 46 Wakens 51 Belongs to it 52 Prong 34 Pull 55 Give forth 56 Dinner course 58 Bind 60 Condescends Cl Seethe VERTICAl 1 By hnnd 2 Orposcd 3 Horse color 4 Tilt 5 Hand (ab.) ,6 Continent ,7Mirth 8 Sun god ' fl Camel's hair . cloth 10 Suggest 27E!k - -*. 11 French region, 30 Cooking! $ 12 Inferior vessel -. . ' 32 Small child 35 Defeated'' - S6 Very high 38 Lure 39 List 45 Against •47 Poems 48 Abraham's home 17 Doctor (ab.) 18 Lieutenant' (ab.) 21 She recently inarriedher 22 They are {tymbol>jv_- !60FemnlinMie <pU)< 25 Egret <hiet-V flSUnitof energy 55 Tree- <is 57 Half in*n 59 Nickel: • (symbol)*- 35 30 58 SI- 10 II-.- 3! WISHING WELL Registered U. S. Patent Office. 4 H A F~ - B T~ O 6 S T~ s F 8 T I • s Y 2 M 3 C 5 S 6 V 5 D 3 R 4 R tt C K 6 L b S ' 2 X 4 t> E 4 Y "2 M , i T i U 6 E 1 I 3 A 5 O 6 O 8 N 4 .Y 3 A 5 A E 3 O V F 3 F S G 7 A. 2 S 'I •T 8 .E 4 J 7 I S 4 0 8 L. 4 D 6 E I T b . E 2 M S D L 2 c 8 I 6 O 7 T 8 U • 1 F 3 -Y- • ~~s~ s 2 E 4 O 2 E V 4 I tt •N-5 F (J F » T 8 S R"'" E -A" r 5 • -• c- R -.. 5 .. V rr~ o".T D 4 A T,: G i^ T 3 H ERE is a pleasant little game that will.give you a menage «v«ry day. It is a numerical puzzle desifined to *pcll out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of letters U 8 oc more, subtract 4. If the number if less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the: upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers; left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. Coprritbl H4S. br Willi«m J. Milfer. Diitributri by Kfnr Tfltaim, Inc. IZ-Z4 Large Size Range POOR PA By CLAUDE CALLAN First Woman Engineer OSLO—W 2 )—In eight months the Norwegian merchant fleet will have Its first 'woman engineer: Tora Skal- j tveit has attended a two year technical school, and is now serving the required time of 15 months as a stoker in the engine room. of the ship "TernefjeU." Irish potatoes are grown in every I terday to state of the United States. 'land. A few years apo my pretty Cousin Bella, had a gmaP. fortune, an' some character, but relatives say she has just about run through with both of them. Beer License Issued The Allegany County Liquor Board issued a beer license yes- David Morgan, Wood- Here's the been, seeking! SIZES 34-52 dream-gown you've "With 'slender lines, slim waist-tucks, It.fits well, is so easy to 'make. Sleeveless, sleeves, or cap-sleeves. Pattern 4660: 34, 36, 38, 40; 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52. Size 30 takes 3% yds., 38-in. Flower transfer inc. .This pattern,'easy to use, simple ;o sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions: Send TWENTY-FIVE cents in colas for trfis pattern to The Evening Times, 42, Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER; The Inside Story this year Is very feminine. See", the lingerie in our ANNE ADAMS Winter' . Pattern Soot. Send for it today-^only.fif- teen cents more! Fashion unlimited, for any time,- purse;' or figure! Gifts for all the family, plus-FREE lattern of a'hosiery case, printed In >ook! Army Reserves To Receive Pay— Compensation Provided For Each Drill Period Inactive duty' training compensation will fie paid Army reservists for the flrst time In history, according to Capt. Thomas Stafford, unit.In- structor of the 203th. Composite Group, ORC.' '• •-. Over a hundred reservists In. this area will'be affected • by the order resulting from, afl Act of. Congress, effective October 1,1948, Capt. Stafford said. • Eligible for duty'pay will be members- of Headquarters 1 and Headquarters Detachment,'398tn. Ordnance Battalion, 841st, 942nd -and • 943rd Bomb Disposal Squads, 978th . Engineer Bridge Company, Headquarters and Staff Logistics Division, and Company O, 318th' Parachute Division. ' . Soon, after the first of-the-year, units eligible for. pay will" be"'organ- Ized Into training groups;..-on the order of the. Company G.' training schedule, Capt. Stafford said. • The units will meet, as' often as authorized by the Army and;-members will receive, one day.'s-pay. for ' each drill'attended. vl ""." The drills will be Independent'of present 203th. Composite 'Group meetings. Headquarters and Headquarters Detachment. 398th-;"Ord-' nance Battalion, 941st, 942nd-:,«nd 943rd. Bomb Disposal Squads- -will meet as a unit. Individual.drills..wUl be held by each of the other eligible units. ' y, • Should the present groups be too small- to handle the number of Reservists wishing admittance; special .raining: units trill be s«t up, Capt. Stafford said. He Indicated members In the Oakland urea- would--be accommodated in this way. ".',' Only members of Company O, which has already, been .organized, are eligible for Immediate pay.' 1 Second Army Headquarters^ announced it did not know how-long t would be before Eeservlsts received their checks since all details have not been-worked out. .;"'".; Malarial, mosquitoes have *,flying range of one mile-at mart iromi their >reeding places. Other* have;* flying range of five miles Squirrel fishes . and stay in shadows. M.much ai possible.- . " Elephants, when pressed by.'fright, 'can easily outdlstancr*'horse.

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