Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 6, 1949 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

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 ELEVEN Start Guagmg Savage River The TJ. S. Engineers office here has begun gimgtng -work on the Savage Biver at a point above the partially completed 'dam. according to John W. Wright, who-'Is',In charge of the local headquarters. Wright said a call Irom D. V. C. Birrell, chief of the Flood Control Branch of the U. S. Engineers, yesterday set operations in motion. Tie staff worked yesterday to fix a point of gauging on the dam itself and will measure the rise of the •water at least once an hour until it| reaches a crest today. l>-o members of the XT. S. Geological Survey are • scheduled to accompany Wright .-to the measuring glte. Observations from the preliminary survey yesterday did not seem to Indicate unusually high -water, Wright said. However, research will mostly be done on the effect of rain in Washington and parts of Pennsylvania on the Savage River watershed. MARTHA LOGAN Serves ROAST DUCKLING "Abie's Irish Rose" played under the name ."Bloch of Chicago" in France; and "Marriage in Triplicate" In England. Klne varieties of peanuts are produced in America. We've heard tiiem all in the movie houses. Perfect dinner for the two-some or small family is. a'delicious roast duckling. This one is garnished with green pepper cups filled with crane- berry sauce for added flavor and color. A duckling,is-prepared for roasting in ,the same way as a »hlcken. Alter stuffing it should be placed breast side up on a rack .in an open Look Alike Loaves AreNot Always the You Can Be Sure That OLD HOME BUMPER BREAD' Is Really Different! AHhouch roan? breads arc nimllar In M>- pcnrnnce and even in t&Ktc. O. Ef. B. Bread Is really different . . .' because Its enriched with LARGER amounts of nournlr>hiiiK vitamin*: and mineral! 'than M-e fount^ Jn wny other braid. NO OTHER. BREAD GIVES- YOU 80 MUCH HEAJjTn ANI> ENERGY BDTLDING NOURISHMENT. Delivered Fresh Dally to Your. Friendly Grocer ASK. YODB GROCER FOR OLD HOME BUMPER BREAD pan, A piece of cheese cloth or thin, coarse muslin dipped In melted fat, placed over the bird will permit It to brown evenly and delicately,' The duckling should be roasted In an open . pan, without a cover and without water. With a drawn weight o'f'3%'to 4Vi pounds, a duckling will roast in approximately 2 to 2% hours. It will bo done when the drumstick can be moved up and down easily,' or when the meat of the thickest part of the drumstick feels soft when pressed between the fingers. Bo«fiis Clerk Robs O Grocery Manager WASHINGTON —(7P) —A holdup man, posing as a new employe, today robbed a Safeway grocery store of $1,816 in cash 'and checks after helping the manager open the store. Police' said the manager, Cnrl E. Nelson, 34, 'told them the robber met him at the store at 3228 Wisconsin Ave., N.W., and told him he had. been sent from the main office to work .at the store. After he let the man in and showed him around, • Nelson told police, the stranger' drew a revolver and ordered .him to open the sale. TSTelson said the robber then shut him up in an unlocked refrigerator box from which..he'escaped .later through a rear.door. B. & O. 1948 Carloads Lower Than In 1947 The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad handled fewer carloads in 1948 than to 1947 but the figure was slightly larger than in 1046. Last' year's total was 3,292,095, consisting of ' 2,094,880 loaded on line and 1,197,216 received from connections. The 1947 total was 3,470,153 and the '46 figure 3,228,322. The December 1948 total was 252,014, as compared with 287;879 for December'. 1947 and 262,782 for December 1946. Last week's total, was 46,410, as compared with 48,493 for the previous- week and 56,094 for the same week in 1948. Kauffman," Eves declared, was the i assignments without malice and in principal person involved in securing [such a fair and conscientious man- the survey of the city governmenti ner, he has gained the respect of 'of Cumberland by the Bureau 3f labor and management generally. Cataleptic attacks may last from a few minutes to several days. I People are already exchanging those "just-what-I-v;anted" Christmas presents. Distin sfuisliecl ~ (Continued From .Page 13) county and president of the Mai^land Junior Association of Commerce. With Dr. Joseph- M. Bay, of the University of Maryland, and Don W. Hanks, of the American Municipal Association, he was primarily, responsible for reorganizing the Maryland League of Municipalities. Secured City Survey sons 'as a result of his impersonal and Impartial coverage of labor- nianagemerit news over a long classified, as "the labor beat," and in the capacity of labor-management reporter, he has accumulated a vast knowledge of the workings of organized labor, management, contracts, disputes, differences, and strikes. Through'all the myriad of detail and development on such a beat, Blackburn has. covered his Public Administration, of' the University of Maryland, which resulted in the formation of the' Charter Commission. Prior to and since his service in the Navy during World War II, he served as a member of the Selective Service System's,advisory 'board for Eases Situations The .Junior, Association of Commerce Award Committee recognized his efforts' in a field .usually; fraught .-with 'differences and oft- times, heated, opinions. .He is cred- jited with helping ease .acute situations and at no time has attempted registrants. Uo add "fuel to the fire" merely He is a member of the American ; for. the sake of making sensational Legion, Amvets, B'nai Brith, Ki-:news. The Jaycee committee j>aid wanls, YMCA, National Municipal! of him: "He is-fair impartial, ac- League, American Academy of Po- curate, and has done much to pro- litical Science and the American, Maryland and Allegany County Bar Associations. Although Junior Association of Commerce activities were hot con- . side-red In the making of the award, teacher and came to The, ,_ . ,.... ,...._ j.-.-i. --- , ,.,.- ,„.., ,. ' mote better, relations between management and labor . in the community." . Blackburn, a native of Keyser, W. Va.,. is a former high' school So Good ... So Economical ... only about Ic a cup he, has been a director of the local Jaycees since Its founding 1 , a. director -and president of the state group and a director of the United. States Junior Association of Commerce. He is the author of articles published in the University of Maryland Law Review, Georgetown Law Review, Taxes Magazine and Future Magazine. . Members of the Cumberland Charter Commission, are Isaac • "Hirsch, chairman; 1 'W. Earle Cobey, ; vice chairman; Robb; Mrs. Emma.Bver- stlne, Owen E. Hitchins, Charles A. Piper, • Earl L. Bracey, Frank A. Wolfhope, William Ji Jones, J. William Hunt, • Eugene N. Bourkel Thomas L. Richards .and' George L. Buchanan. Thomas B. Finan,'David Kauflman and Charles Z. .Heskett are- counsel. ' Both staff and union of .the plant paid tribute to .Case as .an "outstanding boss 1 ," The labor relations award came as a surprise 'to Blackburn, who was covering the meeting for .his. paper. It was'explained that his'name had been submitted by a'number of per- Quecn City DairyV Homogenized MILK Is fortified with — Vitex Vitamin "D" and It the BEST For Your Family QUEEN CITY DAIRY, INC. 315 S. Mechanic St. • ' Phone 699 <,|. a jj j n , rec ' e ived his bache- — ''Bowl-Mix" two pounds together as quickly as one... get even color for attractive servings... (And no extra eosf fadrecf on for a "squeeze bag"!) If s a waste of money," thousands of women OB, "to pay two to three cents extra for margarine in a 'squeeze bag.'' What you really want, of course, is to buy yellow margarine at the modest price it can be ma'de for you, right in the churn—when the law permits! Until then, the makers of Nucoa refuse io add one penny of trick-package cost to this top-quality margarine. Awl money isn't the only saving' With Nucoa's easy "bowl-mix" you can save time and bother by coloring two pounds together ... make it just the degree of yellow you like — mold it in balls, squares or other shapes to suit your own taste. And women Say, *7t colors so mnch more evenly!'''' Millions agree! Ask your grocer for Nucoa— America's most popular margarine. ATTRACTIVE "BOWL-MIX' NUCOA SERVINGS No Strooks of "Sunburst*"! The answer to quick, «ven coloring is to have Nucoa soft enough—not soupy, but about right for quick sandwich spreading Then cream in the contents of the pure Color Wafer. In a matter of seconds, Nucoa is evenly colored—without streaks or ugly blotches—and you can moid it as you like for convenience in serving. Ch«f Sftcrtrt—If yon take Nucoa out, of the miring bowl for molding, leave n portion io the bottom of the bowl «nd mi* with chopped parsley or H. Dt:liciou« nouwonnvc for boiiwi potntocB, emilifloww or airrn-Uf! 1VUC Y«How Nocoa otso o m quiurter-pound printu at many storea. Due to Federal and Uceiiae fees, ycJ- low W UCOQ cOHte more than white Nuccfa, but regular or yellow, it's the BOXOQ de- I product. - \ lor of arts degree at West Virginia .University in 1928 and , his Master of Arts degree in 1932. .During World. War n he. served 14 months with the 101st Airborne Division as a radio • operator. .Upon his return from service, he .resumed his duties with The News. Blackburn Is married and resides at 413% Washington Street. MRS SHAKP&JZ 5AUPAFW1TS Miss Nancy Eaton, Westernport, Bruce' High' School senior, winner or the Maryland "I Speak for Der mocracy"- contest, presented, her speech which, is .being considered in the regional contests. Robert .Little Ebert, vice president, presided for Charles S. Catherman, Jr;, president, who is a patient in a Baltimore hospital. "New Look" Platter If . you. want a "new • look" for that favorite, easy,, ready-to-serve meat platter, -serve it with.--a cottage 'cheese'ring filled with'canta- loupe balls. Add a bit of dissolved .gelatin to cottage cheese and mold in .Tins mold. Turn out in center 6f platter, or tray and 1111 with cantaloupe, balls. Arrange a 1 variety| o'f ready-to-serve meats around cot-1 •tage cheese, and garnish with pars-ley' or endive. - . . . Coast Guard ^helicopter pilots have put- out flres," rescued stranded persons and flown many mercy flights. The word mascot originated In Provence and Gascony and meant something. which brought. lucl: to a household.' " . ' HOT KOllS Scientists do such a fine job of digging up .things, we' suggest they try their luck 'on lower prices. Serve them for dinner tonight! NOW. .-.when he says, "I'm tired of salad!" he'll cat his words and all the salad too .,.,. because you make it delish—with Mrs. Filbert's! Real lemon juice and extra egg yolks give this mayonnaise a fresh-off-the-eggb'eater flavor! Tastes wonderful spooned as is from jar. And try this: TOMATO MAYONNAISE V Com bine tojnatojuace and Mrs. Filbert's lemony, mayonnaise, half and half. Almost too easy! But' what a different taste it given cole slaw, or green eolad. Get Mrs. Filbert's today! For nn'nr, tattitr *nalf. utt. FILBERT'S MAYONNAISE \ SAVI TNI CQUPONt from your jar* of Mrs. Filbert's Mayonnaise, .from bar Relish Spread and Salad Dressing, too! They're now good until MorchSl, 1949. You noed only 6 fora Cannon Kitchen Towel There Is No Substitute For Quality Nothing was ever made that something couldn't be made cheaper and sold for less.. We have the well known, products you want,, .not something just as good. ' SOAP POWDER Chip jo, Ige pkg ....... 31 c Tide, Ige pkg ........ 31c Pcrfc, Ige pkg ........ 29c Lux Flakes, 2 sm. pkgs 29c FRESH GROUND BEEF Lean 59e Rita Crackers box : 29c Rose Peas . . 2 No. 2 cani-27c Lurianne Coffee, 100% good . lb. 59c Heinx Peanut- Butter .. lb. jar 35c Franco American Spaghetti 2.15Vi-or. cans 25c" Pillsbury Pancake Flour 20-oz. pkg. 19c WJtSON * CO. PRODUCTS Mor Chopped BEEF 45c 12-or.. Can Mor Chopped PORK 45c 12-oz. •Can Add a, quart of Ice Cream to your order SEALTEST ,Bulk ... qr. 75c Pkg. ... qt. 60c FRUITS AMD VEGETABLES Iceberg Lettuce .... 2 hds. 25e Carrots ..... ; 2 Igc bun.-.19e Grapefruit, Bananac, , Lemons, Grapes, Tangerines, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Celery, Cauliflower, Green Beans, .Spinach, California Peas, Iceberg: Lettuce, Parsley, Porinipj, New Knit, .Onions, Swtot Potatoes, Yams, Baking Potatoes, «rc CARL Mel N TYRE 436 Cumberland St. FREE DELIVERY Phone 3480 CITRUS FRUITS % AVE A ) FEELING LINE Phono, or Shop our market for fini foodi properly handled — temptingly displayed and priced at low as market pricct- will permit...'We'll,.gladly deliver your order ot no «xrra charge-— LjtrK'e SolJd Icebcrr • Lettuce ....2 for 23c tJ, S. No. Baldwin Applet ....3 Ibs. 25c —Eft tin I 1 or CoOklnf— , Calif. Simklflt Navel Oranges . dor. 69c —Larjd 17(1 Slic— Calif. Long: Tender CARROTS JL Bens. I V C BLUE GOOSE FROZEN FOODS Spinach pkg. 29c All Green Baby Lima Beam pkg. 42c Rhuborb pkg. 19c .Texas Pink Meat GRAPEFRUIT if - 70 A Size *» for WANT GOOD MEAT EVERYTIME? WE- HANDLE. THE BEST. KEPT RIGHT — CUT RIGHT — PRICED RIGHT. TRY OUR MARKET FOR REAL MEAT SATISFACTION — Swlft'n Premium Sliced Bacon ' lb. pkg. 69c —America's Fa'torlte— Swiff* Circle S llrjinil I'icnlc Hams, small lean . lb. 41e Squurc Cut I.nmt> Shoulder Roast lb. 49c I'rwh TIlU Wr:rk TASCHENBERGS Country SituKiic^. I'mldln^, I'OnhaUH SWIFT'S SELECT BRANDED BEEF FOR FINE BEEF EVERY TIME Standlnc Klb Roast bi 63c 1 'Short Cut, Well Trimmed ItouniJ or SW-IG* Steak IB'. 74c Really Good. Frcih Ground Beef lb. S9c FOOD Red Kidney Beans 2 No2cans 25c Armoor'K Treei . . 12 -° z can 45c Seaside Large Calif. LIMA BEANS ' 2 L 55c Campbell's Tomato Soup 3 tall cans 3lc Oxydol—Puz—Tide Ig. pkg. 31c Bliss Vac-Pac Coffee lb. tin 53c Mrs. Filbert's Mn.rff.irinc lb. pkfr. Mrs. Filbert's Snlnd Dressing, .pt. Jar Del Monte Red Alaska SALMON lb. can 69c INVENTORY CLOSE OUT BARGAINS —Quantity UmUcit—. 1 MoCormuflk'* Mustard ..;...?£,'•• 5e OCCAH $i>rfty Cnvtiberry - Omnjct Preserves ""^ lOc I'lillllp'n Tomato Soup .. ^ 5c Kec. 38c Plum Pudding ^ iOc llcf. *c Scourtny Cleanser „ 2e FOOD MARKET %i«e:2760 •» DELIVERY Ftet 8K{ CORNER 11T & GRAND AVE*S3.CUMBERLAND

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