Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 30, 1948 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 30, 1948
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Phone 4600 For a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MIX, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1948 THREE Lilypons To Keep Postal Service Office Closure Order Rescinded Until March FREDERICK, Md.—An order to dose the Ulypons. Post Office December 31 has been rescinded and ten-Ice in that community assured at, least until March 31, information received here indicates. Announcement of the Post Office Department's plan to close Lilypons came 'as a surprise ; here about a month ago. Since that time a move has been underway to have the Department rescind the order. More than' 100 letters and telegrams were sent Maryland senators and to Post Office officials. It was contended that the office Is not a losing unit, as is the case with many small county post offices. The main expense is the salary of the acting postmistress, .Mrs. Eleanor C. Bourke, which, is $2,250. Records of the Three Springs Fisheries for the "calendar year, up to and including December 21, show that the Three Springs Fisheries ipcnt J3.840.05, and an affiliated company, the Thomas Supply Company, made purchases of $218.18, or n total of 54,121.23. Other users have, it is claimed, added to the income in stamp purchases, money, orders, insured, registered mail and. other postal services. . " The 'presentation of the facts aided in advancing the cause of the advocates of continuing Lilypons. George Leicester Thomas, Jr., one of 'the -owners of the two main businesses using the office, obtained the services of William M. Storm, Francis Petrott and Benjamin B. Bosenstock, Frederick attorneys, to »id in the presentation of the "case. Word was received by the counsel to the effect that the order for closing Lilypons post office will be temporarily rescinded, and a new order will, be issued to continue the office until March 31. In the meantime the Department will make a more thorough study, and determine the policy it will follow kfter March 31. WOW Convention Here April 15-17 About 300 delegates are expected o attend the district convt .itlon of Woodmen of the World camps in Cumberland ' at Mountain City lamp No. o Tom April 15 to 17. 'Headquarters for the convention will be the Woodmen's Home 'at .44 Union Street. G. C, Parker, McMullen Highway, head consul of the district, will preside. Committees on local arrangements will be named soon. Tentative arrangements for the convention include business sessions, election of head camp of- licers and a banquet on Friday and Saturday. A final business session and farewell party for the delegates is being planned for Sunday. The initiation of a large class of candidates, competitions and • drills will be held during the weekend. The event will be the first complete district convention held here :or many years although an executive session was held here during ;hc.war. , •'Living Fossil" Exists In Wells Of Holy City NEW DELHI, India— (IP}— A "Living Fossil" has been discovered in the wells of the Hindu .holy city ' Safety experts say rubbish, waste paper, and other combustible materials should be . burned in open metal containers on bare ground at K safe distance (50 feet if possible) from buildings and combustible materials. LOVER'S LEAP ESSO STATION ' — OH SALE HERE — THt EVENING TIMES JAND ALL POPULAR SUNDAY PAPERS MAGAZINES, COMIC BOOKS Henry Knitricm, Prop. Send Htr o BtautHut CORSAGE For tr>t New Yeor'i I Donee • Orchids • ROM* HABEEB'S FLOWER SHOP M X. Centre St. Phone 2765 of Benares in the form of a tiny, transparent centipede-like shrimp. Dr. B. N. Chopra, formerly officiating Director of the Zoological survey of India, said that its.ances- tors seemed to have flourished" dur- ; .Mfoozoic period of the earth's history over 100,000,000 years ago. Other representatives ol' this ancient; 'group (PHHEATOIDEA: ISOPODA) are now confined to Australia, Tasmania, New Zealand and the Cape Province of South Africa. He said its discovery in India Jent support to the view about the existence of the Gondwana land, when Australia,' Tasmania, New Zealand, Southern Asia, South Africa and South America formed one big southern land mass. BUY YOUR LINEN SUPPLY NOW! ACT QUICKLY! FAMOUS CANNON BANANAS $1.49 and $1.98 a bunch , . . Hager's at Lovers Leap in the Narrows. Adv.—N-T-DCC. '29-30 THE AMERICAN •ISTILLINC COMPANY, INC. New York • San Franciito Pekin • iauiallto EXPERT BODY WORK Wheel Alignment Wheels Repaired Towing Service • ZIMERLA AUTO SHOP LaValc ' Phone 2274 LEARN TO DANCE Enroll now at WINTER DANCE STUDIO 72 S. Cent™ St. Oer Darling Shop PHONE 4300 — Everything for Your Bathroom and Kitchen NATIONALLY ADVERTISED Specially Prlc«d ALL 30 PIECES Limited Time Only WHILE THEY UST Here's a well balanced, carefully selected ensemble that will meet your kitchen and bathroom requirements. Evory piece in this set is world famous "m quality from the kxxm 1 of CANNON mills . . . your guarantee of \ vahje and service. YOU GET ALL 30 PIECES 6— Lara* Turkish Ba»h ToweJi. White wilh colored checks. Highly absorbent. Soft texture. ^—Matching Turkish Guest Towels. 6— Matching Turkish Wash Cloths. 6— long Wearing 6— Sturdy Dish Cloths. GSHN, 0« G0» 42-46 BALTIMORE ST. PHONE 70 V/fciJo z'ldcwall lira, 01 lllmliaial, arai/obfo ol OKI™ co:L Che E VER since this '49 Buick made its bow, we've been telling you it's a buy. . We've invited you to match it- feature by feature and dollar for dollar—with anything else offered to you. You can start with the delivered prices shown here. But don't stop with that. Check- Ac policy under which Buicks are sold-and see for yourself that Buick means a better deal as well as a better buy! Briefly, our Four-Square sales policy is this: 1. NO PRICE PADDING! We guarantee our prices to contain nothing but charges that were standard practice in' figuring , prewar delivered prices. You receive an itemized bill of sale-showing all charges. And we display our prices in our showroom. 2. NO "LOADING" OF UNWANTED ACCESSORIES. All cars are delivered with accessories -AS ordered. We pledge ourselves to add no "extras" you do not want. 3. NO COMPULSORY TRADE-INS. Selling used cars ispartofour business. Naturally we like to < take cars in trade. But you do not have to sell your car to us! We will take your order, and deliver your car, without requiring a car in trade!, 4. NO COLLUSION WITH "GRAY MARKETEERS." We will not knowingly be party to a sale of Buick cars to any individual who operates in the "gray market." Our interest is entirely in delivering cars to bona fide customers. In other words—you know exactly where you stand when you buy a Buick. What you get-what> you pay—all the details of the deal open and abovcboard. So we repeat: Check the price.. Check the policy. Buick's the buy any way you want to look at it. BUICK DELIVERED PRICES (SEE PANEL ABOVE AT RIGHT) Serf™ S20BS.SB SPECIAL SERIES 46S 2-Door Scdonst S20J4.SO '47 4-D, St/Pftf S£fl/£S 56S 2-Door Sedonet ..:;.:...J232J.SO 56C Convert*/. SI 4-Door Sedan .., »«7,80 59 Estate Wagon S34S8.SO ROADMASTER SERIES 76S 2-Doo, Sedcnet 52876.30 76C Conveft/b/c . 7J 4-Doc, r Serf™ 52997.30 79 SOaie Wagon Tune in HENRV J. TAYLOR, ABC Nelworlt, J»ery Mondoy evening. W.NDSH.ELO BACK-UP L.GHTS-AND Thompson Buick Corporation St. Cloud Motors . Jl_ .. _- . .._-•_ *>*. A. 1O9 F. Main Street 429 N. Mechanic Street Cumberland, Maryland 102 E. Main Street Frcstburg, Maryland osenbaum's Crowning TOO Years of Tri-State Service NO CHANGE IN OUR STORE HOURS. Weekdays 9:30 to 5:00' Saturday ....... 9:30 to 6:00^ Continuing our After-Christmas Clearance throughout the store FRIDAY SPECIAL'. TEEN-WEAR Skirt Values To 10.93 3.99 Suits Regularly 25 00 14.99 Dress Values To 14.98 5.99 ALSO . . . BLOUSES . . . PEA JACKETS COATS ... RAINCOATS ... AND FORMAL DRESSES GREATLY REDUCED! Second Floor 5.'98 Value/ Musical POWDER BOXES Think ahead for birthday gifts and come in to see our wonderful musical powder boxes . . . pretty on any dressing table . . . play gay popular or classical melodies. TOILETRIES—STREET FLOOR Cut Wheat Pattern STEMWARE SETS Choice of goblets, sherbets,-wine glass- yfl es, tall or low drink- Tt« ing glasses in sets'ol ' six. FOURTH FLOOR Set 30-Piece Set SILVERPLATE SERVICE FOR 6 . 6 .99 Beautiful "Embassy" pattern, well finished on 18% 'nickel- silver base as used in most expensive silver-plate. Stainless steel knife blades. Buy this set as a starter or to augment your flatware supply at a next-ro-norhing price! • * FOURTH FLOOR

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