Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 6, 1949 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 6, 1949
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Phone, 4600 for a WANT' AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY,' JANUARY 6, 1949 THREE Mental Clinic Worker Named Miss Ella Darling Given Local Post Miss Ella Darling, formerly pro . badon officer of the Juvenile Cour Clinic in Washington, .D. C., has been appointed resident psychiatri social worker with the.Departmcn of Health riere, according to Dr Winter R. Frantz, city and countj health officer, x Dr. lYantz said Miss Darling wl conduct a three-fold program o psychiatric social work with, chll dren, adults and paroled patients from Sprinpficld State Hospital • a Svkesville. ... Her office wiU be -located in remodeled clinic quarters recently-se up in the basement of City Hall Miss DarllnE 'began her dutie today, when the two-day monthly mental hygiene clinic conducted b; . Dr. Gertrude Cross, psychlatrli consultant, Tor the State Depnrtmcn or Health, started. Marshall Bruci is the clinic ^psychologist. Dr. Kenneth B. Jones, chief o: the division of mental hygiene of the State.. Department'of Health visited the clinic. Dr. Jones visited Cumberland.- early last year when plans were made to resume the clinics alter a- lapse during .the war years. '• Prior to coming to Cumberland Miss Darling spent four weeks visiting other Maryland, including the model clinic In Prince Georges county. Miss Darling, whose, home Is in Meredith,- N. H., holds a bachelor .Always Ask tor . . . BAUANTINE ALE and BEER Look for the throe- rings symbol of Purity, Body ond Flavor Allegheny Distributing Co. Phone 2955 . America's Largest Selling Ale FLASH! SPECIAL! Men's 15-Jewel Bulova •' Wrist Watches (Unredeemed) With simulated ' diamond, and ruby stone set dials and gold filled expansion bands — yellow gold , $«J4-5( CENTRE STREET LOAN COMPANY 40 X. Centre St. - JANUARY CLEARANCE CONTINUES AT Phone 4533 16 So. Liberty of arts degree from Allegheny College, Meadville, Pa., and a master of social science degree from Smith College,. Northampton, Mass. i During-'j the war she served one year on the staff, of St. Elizabeth's Hospital' in Washington. Prior to that time she was associated with private family welfare agencies in Wllliamsport and Scrnnton, Pa. Her father, the late Ira A. Darling, who was'superintendent of Spring- Held State Hospital from 193G until 1939, aided 'in establishing a mental hygiene clinic: In Cumberland 'before the war.. Guard Lauds Pigeon CHICAGO — (IP) — An, exhausted pigeon fluttered down on a water ijltake crib in'Lake. Michigan four miles off the Chicago shore. The teeper put through' a radio call to the Animal Welfare 1 .League. The League got in touch with the/Coast Guard. A crash boat plowed the cold, choppy water to the crib, picked up the bushed bird and brought It to dry land. VTho . pigeon—It looked like the homing kind—was taken to league • headquarters to rest until it had strength enough* to go home. Tonkaway Tribe Installs Officers Tonkaway.. Tribe, No. 120, Improved Order of Red Men, installed 'officers at the Tribe home, Tuesday night. Officers' installed were William Merritt, sachem; Roy Henley, senior sagamore; Joseph Spinetta. junior sagamore; George Smith, prophet; Robert- Reichert, chief of records; John Wilson, collector of wampum; . Dr. B. C. TJpchurch, trustee;,- C. L. Loy, special officer; and, Charles Barham, representative to the great council. W. Ewald Ruehl, deputy great Incohonee of the first district, conferred the degrees on the new officers. The following committeemen were appointed: Walter J. Jenklns,-Sr., house committee; Charles .Barham and DeSales Buser, co-chairmen of the entertainment committee; Jack Bll-' lord, membership committee; Robert Rulchert, publicity committee: Joseph Splnetta, and W. F. Ruehl bowling .committee, and C. L. Loy sick committee. Do Much Damage ATHENS—yP)—Markos' guerrillas have inflicted more than'a quarter billion dollars worth of damage and devastation to. Greek roads, railways,' public utilities and buildings, since the beginning of the civil war. . According ^to the Greek ^government, the heaviest losses were caused' to buildings, roads, agriculture, products and equipment' and livestock. . . . The' tear 'gland (lachrymal), is about the'size of an almond. Second Hearing Clinic Scheduled Next Week The second hearing clinic'of the school year will be held next Wednesday and Thursday, January 12 and 13 'at headquarters of the Allegany County League for Crippled Children, Dr. Winter R. Frantz, city and county health officer, has announced. Approximately 65 appointments have been made for children referred to the clinic through the Board ,of Education, the Health Department and private physicians. Clinic hours will be from 9 a. m. until 3 p. m. each day. Dr. M. L. Breitstein, Baltimore, will .be in charge, assisted by Miss Anna Hardy, public health nurse. Mrs. Albert Paye will operate the audiometer in the hearing tests/ Amyloid degeneration in 1 which waxy-looking masses grow on the eye'lids is-a "condition, common in China and elsewhere in the East. Lt. Gerard Receives Regular Air Rank • -First Lieutenant Harold W. 'Gerard, son of Mrs. 1 -Nettie Gerard, 139 H-umblrd Street, has received notice of his appointment to the rank of warrant officer in .the Regular Air Force. Lt. Gerard has been in. the Pacific theater at Clark Air Force Base, Luzon, for two years and will complete his tour of duty, shortly; He win return-to the United States and be '-assigned to the Bombardment School, Mather Field, Sacramento, Calif. . ' '. '.Accompanying -the lieutenant ,,wCl. be- his wife, .and their son, Harold, Jr.,.age 3,; ' ' ' .-. ' :'. ' Lt. Gerard has been Police Prison Officer of the 18th Fighter Wing oa the Luzon base since his arrival two. years ago. ' The idea'of an omnipotent fata overruling all affairs o* men is present in various.forms in practically, all religious'systems. . . • . A Tri-State Institution Since, 1848 for a limited time only! Helena rubinstein's i Estrogenic Hormone Twins 6°° value for .Eetrogenic Hormone Cream regularly 3 50 .Eetrogenic Hormone Oil value 250 AGING.SK1N? Buy your entire year's srrpply •'of these vital modern-miracle beauty essentials for night-and-day care now ^j> both for the price of one! ESTROCENIC [HORMONE CREAM AND OIL work wonders! jfor face and throat while you sleeps.™. [smoothing out lines; bringing a younger jlooking. texture : and throatline. For (day-long beanty treatment apply swiftly .•absprbt(l.EsTROCENic HORMONE OnJ • COSMETICS — STREET FLOOR AN OLD-TIME INSTITUTION WITH NEW-TIME WAYS BE UP-TO-DATE IN The conveniences you. need for better living may be bought right here in town and financed with this "old-time institution with new-time ways." I ' FURNITURE IRONER RADIO-PHONOGRAPH < AUTOMATIC WASHER VACUUM CLEANER These or any other v/orffiwrnle purchases may : be paid for In convenient monthly 'installments. Ask about it now. *$££& SECOND NATIONAL BANK INSTALLMENT. LOAN DEPT. PHONE 1100 MKMBEB FEDERAL ItESEKVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. r osenbaum's A Tri-State Institution Since 1848 . NO CHANGE IN STORE HOURS Weekdays ;. 9:30' to 5:00 Saturday* . .9:30 >o 6:00 You'll STRIKE IT RICH . in our fine Home-Furnishings Close-Out Prices/ CURTAINS Lot' .'•.''. Irregular lace pairs, values to 3.98 '...'. 1-44 pr. 'Group . . . First quality lace,pairs, were to 3.98 2.99 pr. Group . . . Fjrst quality lace pairs, were to 2.59 2.28i pr. Group 4.98 better priscillas •; 3.99 pr. Lot . . . ruffle frame priscillas, were .5,98 '. .'•' . 4.99 pr. COTTAGE SETS .... -small lots Reduced to Clear SAMPLE CURTAINS ...... one of a'kind ..'..'. .'... .Y... Vx Price and Less FABRICS For Draperies, Slip Covers, Upholstery, Curtains Lot ... 50" Width Damasks, woven stripes, plains, were to 2.59 T.68 yd. Lot ... Curtain Materials, organdy, lace nets Yz Price FLOORCOVER/NGS Sizes from door mats to some big enough to carpet a' room. Take advantage of these, low,' low prices, now, and enjoy a more comfortable and-beautiful home through the "indoor days" ahead. Remnants ... Ends of Rolls ... Broad loom Carpet Size 1 only .«. 1 only .. 1 only .. 1 only .. 1 only .. 1. only .. 1 only .. 1 only .. 1 only .. 1 only .. 1 only ... 1 only .. 1 only .. 1 only .. ..5' 9"xlT 6" ..7' x_12' .. 4'10"x 9' ..•8' x!2' ... 8MO"x 10' 6" ..9' x!2' .. 9' x!4' 4" ..9' x!5' 8" , ..9' x!7'2", . . 9' x!9' 4", .. 12' x!2'' . ...12' x!5'6'" ., .. 12' x!6' - . ...12' x22nO". Keg. Sale ' Description Price Price .. Grey twist ~' '. 78.00 39.50. ..Grey twist ....'...'.,...119.00 49.50 .. Two tone rose dxminster 34.50 18.75' .. Mauve Rose twist -..-.. .109.00 69.50 .. Green twist 149.50 75.00 .. Grey. ; twist 123.90 99.75 ..Beige floralaxminster. 135.80 109.75 .'. Two tone wine axminster 154.00 119.75 ..Grey twist 182.00 149.50: i ' • .. Green carved Wilton •.. .249.50 198.75 .Blue twist 166.00 .119.98 , Hook pattern axminster .158.50 137.75 .Mauve rose twist A...215,85 169.75 , ..Beige floral axminster'. ..277.50' 239.75 Room Size Rugs ... 9 x 12 and Smaller Group'Of'9xl2 ft. wool'pile axmins'ters, were to 72.50 . 53.88 Floor Samples . . . 9x 12 Anglo ^Persians, were 229.50 198.88 Fibre Rugs 6' x-9', were 10.95 ...8.88 Fibre.Rugs.. . . 8' x 10', were 15.95. ' 12-88 Asphalt Tile . .'. small lots; 9" x 9" - Vs" thickness He sq, ft. Inlaid Wall Linoleum . . .-.6 ft.'width, reg. 2.98' 1.98 sq. yd. • REMNANTS ... Hair Carpet, reg. 2.95 sq. yd T /z Price REMNANTS' . . . Linoleum, felt base 7 /i Price Miscellaneous small/lots of homefurnishings . . . too small to list ... 7 Reduced to clear. . '' . HOMEFURNISHINGS— THIRD FLOOR . Scramble Table of INFANTS WEAR Your Choice 1/2 PRICE Take your pick of sweaters, dresses, crib covers, undershirts, knit suits, leggings, buntings, bassinet,; liners, pants, piltow slips, shawls, sacques,.caps, coat;; sets,, bottle^ warmers, .hot water-plates,..silver plated; knife and fork sets,-play pen pads, quilts, blankets,; toilet seats, bootie sets, unionsuits and other infant's; needs . . . save one-half. • SECOND FLOOR BO VS PAJAMAS of warm outing flannel 1.69 Values fo 2.49 reduced to . , Sturdiboy striped cotton flannel in broken sizes from 4 to 16. Pullover style. Our regular stock reduced;' for one day only. ' . STREET FLOOR •' ' ' Close-outs in D/NNERWARE 1/2 Priced Less Decorated, dinner-ware pieces,-many that will match.; sets you have at' home. Cups 15c Saucers t 'c Siilnd plates ,...10o Crcajn pitchers 25c r bowls 49c Dessert dishes ...'..10c- ; Bread und butter plates lOc Dinner plates 20c Meat dishes (medium) -. ,25o Meat dishes (larje) ...,S9c ' Covered vegetable dishes 98c FOURTH. FLOOR

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