Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 31, 1948 · Page 10
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER, 31, 194S r'honc 4600 for a WANT AD Taker One Word Led To Another §Fhe Night Of The Year By ARTHUR "BUGS" BAEB Hie night of the year was the Dewey alter the second Truman in November. I bushed .myself arooid a smug rwlio and waited for the beans- -worthy pollsters to scatterway the gimmickry. And to my -well-nourished astonishments it comes up rmim- Ues. In all. my, afferglommed- career I never strflled to such throbbles as I absorbed on Election night. It sure was elastic twilight. In all previous runner-upper • had plebiscites conceded the the •works about the time the bulbs on the" cigarette signs were starting to blink.. Only in the Wilson- Hughes mix-up had it ever gone past the twitching hour or insomnia. — 3ut at midnight little old Truman was hanging on like interest to a aiortgage, . At one he had a suburban' transfusion from the content- td cowsters. At three the ward repeaters were throwing them double or nothing. About four the polls- ten and cross-checkers were sprad- tuing an alibi lor' the emergency exit. And looting as silly as a para- chuts on a well-digger. At dawn Truman hadn't conceded" any more than a bull at milking time. And along about noon of the realm who do you think chucked it? No other than the pollster's pet. Achieving fame ai th« restQurant that serves you fine food, at moderate cost, when you want it! ANDERSON'S "the rettaurant unusual" 119 3. Centre Street Our Reputation—For quality work removes the tfvnble from your dry cleaning— Sec for yourself. B»t Blocking — Oar Specialty HARRY FOOTER & CO. Cleaners and Dyeri PHONE 197 Cmnbcrlund — FrostbnrR Westernport 25461" Tht Manager and Staff of 77 BALTIMORE STREET WISH YOU A Happy New Year! r ch and Clock son Lighters REPAIRED John A, Nierman Pershinc Street Phono 748-W VITAMINS ! I! KEEP YOUR FAMILY IN ' G00» HEALTH We carry the fallowing Una of vitamins — Milej One-A-Doy — Pdrkc Dovij — Squibb — Dp-Johns — Abbotts — V. C. A. •{ond others) RAND'S Cor. Baltimore and N. Centre St; WE LOAN MONEY on Watches, Diamond* ' LOWEST RATES If you need money ice Sam STORE OPEN UNTIL 7 >. M. SOUTHERN JEWELERS Nert <o Mw Bus Terminal 131 X. Mechanic Street ORCHESTRA TONITE of th« HI-DEE No Admission No Minimum No Cover N. Mechanic St. Opp. Bus Terminal twice as versa, this article is merely a resume of the most amazing night ol' the year. .It was a nocturne 'in astonishment. The derricks of incredibility were lifting up the .eyebrows of a poll-lulled constituency. . .In 1 another four years the underdog will be" named Schneider. For Rip Van Winkle' will have been away twenty years. Egg'production can be increased by plnclng lights in the poultry house and thus lengthening the day for liens. After both the Houses went Democratic I was pulling- tor a Republican • prexy to balance the legisla? tion. But' Truman and AJvln were limning- amok on a bersekie -built for two. • I still think .a Republican House or Senate would have' been a good thing for the nation at loose. But what I think doesn't whittle an lota i Irom the man- who swept -up enough j crumbs to make a Victory Dinner. Only Barkley ' went all the way •with him. There.-my lads, Is the design for an heroic statue. And don't sculp It in vanishing cream.. The GOP has discovered you cannot make a triumphal arch, of a wish-bone. Fixing- the blame at this time is like complaining about ruts in the Sunken Road. • Anyway, I never choose up sides in city, state or national politics. Whether you are Republican, ov King I'miLiircn Sj'ndloiilc. Inc.) 'More farm machinery rusts out than wears out. DANCING ^ EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT 8:30 'til 12 o'clock Music by Doc Kenny'i Serenaders State Armory CUMBERLAND A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! LAST DAY GARDEN 2 „ TOP HITS Best for Less — Adults 35c — Children 20c sttiawswc? Red I rin 95 the iH^/flHE Fl/ttER.BRUSH, CO-FEATUBE ACTION JITT ALLAN LANE tvitt J BOBBY BLAKE/ PLUS —CARTOON DANCE New Year's Night THE ELDA Braddock • Road Phone 3227-M TODAY ON STAGE ^1949 KARSTON SHOW WITH RED HOT NEW YEAR'S EVE SHOW TONITE At 9:15 P. M. Doors Open . 8:45 P. M. ^t Darnell Jkuwt£ CUMBERLAND - MARYLAND Last Times Today TOE EL PASO'KID—WITH A TRICE ON HIS HEAD! UNTIL A WOMAN 1 ' FOUND WHAT A THOUSAND BULLETS SOUGHT — HIS HEART: The MAN from TEXAS James Lynn Johnnie CRAIG-BARMOHNSTON — ALSO — CO-FEATURE Stnrrlnc Oliver Hardy Bllllo .Burkt, '."'_. Jpun Fafknr , WfaafatM**; ZENOBIA • JK tnitn i in. HID or tin n m JMTI — PLUS — CHAPTER 2 Dangers of the* Cnnndiad ' Mounted BIG DOUBLE JACK-POT TON.ITE! STARTS TOMORROW FAR FRONTIER IHIIIIST "Ollt III THt HOVTI'. CO-FEATURE I THEY 'RE GUILTY! of 1000 LAUGHS! JIGGS and MAGGIE IN COURT • Starring — Joe Yule and Wanda'McKay ROBERTA THERE'LL BE A HOT'TIME IN THE OLD TOWN TODAY Fummis "NATURE CltlL" — tbr bwiulltu! "ItOBl-rilTA" (winner NftMonjil lirtdy Ilrnu_- liful Contest) jircsenln her newest dance srnjtttlnn—her ".VATCttE DANCE"—In the new KjVRSTO.V SHOW, playloc the MAR1'- LAND THEATRE for tlic last time TODAY. She i< Juit OSK nr th« MAST ilirlllln; ar.it In the irrcnlMl of all voclvll ri:vur«. SUiir Ihnivil Idilny nl a:n«-t;lll)-T:IMI—I'LUK A SPECIAL HBO HOT XF.W XBAtt'S liVH SHOW STARTING AT H:I,1. I)onr» will nimn to tlilf flprolul -.lioir i^t. R:M, THIS SPECIAL SHOW JS FOIl ADULTS ONLY. rriccs—Malliifc, KSc: Nlk'ht, 7,1e tux Included Special »ho« 51. tux Included _..H-I-M"1-H-I"I"I •! I I I I M-l-H I I 1 II I 1 I I i I I i: IH-I-1-1-I"1"I-M-1 l-H-l"l'l I 1 I'H-H-H I I 1 1 [ 1 H-H-». •• Ends Today At 5 P. M. the "BUTTONS AND BOWS" Show! BOB HOPE - JANE RUSSELL : in "THE PALEFACE" STARTS WITH OCR BEST f, » •^•g IV^V^ A ^f WITH (JDK BI',5,1 VVIM;e.^ r Uli. SATURDAY HAPPY NEW YEAR DENNIS :: "FOOTBALL HEADLINERS" 19-18's BIGGEST PIGSKIN THRILL 9 ' SAT. FEATURES: 1:0(1 - 3:10 - .":20 - 7:40 - 9:50 < J. SUN, FEATUKKS 2:00 -. 4:05 - 5:50 - 3:00 - 10:00 Eat Better . . . Spend Less! Save Wife Kitchen Drudgery! You can definitely ect better for less money ct the Viaduct. Delicious spaghetti, exotic Italian dishes, tender steaks and chops . . . whatever you want, when you want it at Cumberland's finest Italian-American .Restaurant! Viaduct Inn Real Italian Spaghetti . . . Wine . . . Beer 249 North Mechanic St. Phone 4565, * Here's Our Sincere Wish For A Happy Prosperous New Year STAR RESTAURANT 31 Baltimore St.. Michael Volondat, Prop, FRIDAY MATINEE ONLY 'THE CRUSADES" STARTS I TO MORROW 2 THRILLING NEW HITS! A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GARDEN OUR RESOLUTION FOR 1949 ..'-'GREATER ATTRACTIONS FOR LOWEST ADMISSION PRICES ADULTS 35c CHILDREN 20c ALL PRICES INCLUDES 'FED. & STATE. TAX • SATURDAY • THE NEW YEAR'S DAY HOLIDAY SHOW ROKRTLOUK SnmSOH'5 lO-l r KATUItli TII1UM.C11 MATURE•CONTE -PLUS SECOND BIG HIT & ROBERT' AVA"*blCK' .WALKER • GARDNER • HAYMES m pji'l BiOiiDWAnf DEVASTATING MUSICAL DELiCHT.Tr 5 ^^ tf BROUGHT JQYOUSIYTO THE SCREEN!! $ l^i- TONIGHT ONLY!! BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR OUR/j NEW YEAR'S EVE. Abbott is Costcllo In "McxiCKTl Hjiyrldc" 3 COMPLETE SHOWS — 7:30 - U:M - W CHAPTER NO. :< „ "KING OF THE JUNGLE" ' "CONGO BILL" 2 COM 1C HITS SUNDAY & MONDAY — 2 HITS • • Big As All Texas! Mighty os'the;mcn who won it! .." mar STACK-. ItMCtMrTMl junTam- NO. "JR. G-MEN" COMIC • CARTOON MIDNITE SHOW ALL SEATS 751 sl Darnell Tkewfat CC/MB£R£ANt>- MARYLAND • MIDNITE SHOW ALL SEATS 75* MIDNIGHT SHOW December 31st — Doorj Open 1130 P.M. Regular Engagement- STARTS It TOMORROW SATURDAY JAN. 1st ROONEV LENA HOH^E BEGINNING) JANUARY 3 MIDNIGHT SHOW TICKETS NOW ON SALE ALL SEAT WILL FEATURE ONE OF INEZ ROBB; The world-fatnoui byliiii) of Inez Robb, star Intcrna.] tional News Service -writer) and roving reporter, wlllj soon appear at the head ofj the daily column,-"Assign.| ^ment: Amerip.". ..' . Mrs. Robb, who formally 'enters the daily-column field on Monday, January 3, will travel extensively. throughout the country in* quest of the human-inter-; : est drama of life in Amer-i ica that normally escape*j . the headlines. ' The entire nation will be 'her beat. She will travel th«j length and breadth .of it,| searching out the. news behind tht headlines and reporting it in the mntchlcsi style with which her byline . has long beer, associated.) She will bring to readers aj vivid picture of ^hat Ametj) . ica is doing and saying.^ Watch }or,the fir$i\ of these'columns.by) INEZ ROBB . on January 3, in Cumberland EyeningTinus

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