Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 7, 1949 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, January 7, 1949
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AP Taker Your Individual Horoscope EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD.. FRIDAY, JANUARY _7, Police To Study THREE necordlni; to • ttH ' *W- For Saturday, Jaiinliry «. ,y M a" " L .MM»«y: never-tried slunt llf sanci; plan as you Have wanted to do (or some time. However, be careful hoWyou express yourself, snmn^roblems 1 tTclear away first, then you can sail through to gains. Think ana if,rt ^it.hln vour budcst and .ncie uni ut- Romance Edwin Wendell Pauley, A***" **• * . .. ^«,.n rfitci'tn' no nnolOftlCJi, rcu-«i;i>iw»to. j»- — 7 ISO:, in Indianapolis. Graduate,no "P 01 °^ • of Georpa Military Academy and- c ° MKAY ,, tJ0 JONE 21 'C™inb-Exceiien t-Vsa TTrii \JftVclt.V fit hf.ra fni* fid VnnClnfT VOUT 5WIUS III uua r*: 14.» »*«*-—— . — - iMrt J _, the University Of here lor advancing, your.-"--•--•.--, C a ! i f o r nla, he • J^/^.P^r irtod". LSX"^.^ taught economics ,'}.,., s ^e si-.cptlcs. rlclc their way alone, until an airplane '.JUNE 22 to JDLY 23 icanccrj-Ai^out a C C i d G lit in for home, family, P"'^, i^c-rcrV'ln do- which his nect j<U?SV ri^ * S"'">P cl;orl: and 30-some oth- ilim iic! • _ „ fT . pn) _ Dllv e s - er bones were JULV24 to ATJO>SJ_.— broken, ran up JTUjY-t LO /\W^JW^^.-" i—--^ tra nne for home. lamily, business en •keen and on their toes,-'so compete! News ranv tend to upset; dor, t let it.'WoiK to ! flnish eacntlals. K«P an even disposition, "'OCTOB-:^ 1 ^ .to NOVEMBER 22 (Scor- ]i?i—'astic. day. Natives or this Shin arc blessed with keen tnslRht, apt- new- use these well for desired results. Newi and oonSl'-lons will be niuch to your likluc NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sttgll- tnrlusi-Oood thln B s will seem to Iro mno where, but .don't stop to. won"" or^ Que,stlon-just force ahead. Be arden,. In what' you* do, but not overforcefal or "DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 ic»pri- corra—Sometimes "Hood," .sometimes outright "eccontrle" you'll say of today. No irattcr- true Capricornlans arc hard to d'iscour'agel After Noon, romantic bnc^- 8r jASn;ARy U M ! to FEBEUABY 20. (Aquarius—stimulating indicft-.lons to further honest effort. Add n little color to your work- be cheerful and others will follow suit. Be elfectlvc by developing new Ideas. Over cautious? Meet obstacles in a .noro soundly, optimistic way. Don't be too per- slsten' Would mnke able decorator, minister stock raiser, miner, dea'.er in mass commodities. 1949 car. be line year; it i '"E'irthtiatcfc'yrus West Field. Ocean cable builder. ' • (Copyright, 10-18, King Features Syndicate, Inc.) Novel Wedding •SAN SEBASTIAN, Spain—(INS) —A 116-pound ma-n recently mar- vied 565 pounds of bride. The pair nre circus folk. The bride claims to be the world's fattest woman. Her husband is an Austrian clown. Air Regulations The State Aviation Commission rind Civil Aeronautics Administration will conduct a training session ,at the State Armory on January 27 Jamison, director of the. Statej Cambridge, Salisbury a«d Anna-po- Commission, said the-purpose is to lis . sheries, county prosecutor and "prevent violations before they oc- magistrates wUl also be welcomed. Cl The campaign 1X3 promote flying ... . i 1_ _ i.l»-.^- .•« AC-I' safely stress the three . most frequent • violations, "buzz" acrobatic flight and night below minimum altitudes, according to Jamison, i jfnutiry - * jaiiiioui.-. Cumber'audi The courses, or seminars as tney ,. ,-. ,.t_ 0 ,,f " , iare tecmiically called, will be con- Sn^e .ven in S tr.c- =j or poiice in Bait irnore.Anne 1'or members ot the Police Department. ™ ,"P ors/Stan enr.,' get In'as many "clU^ SUCh a medical ns you can. 1 Heap your reward, then close bill thiit.,.he.'.: VMS up. shop. .P. M, .favors recreations .with forced -to earn '""^Q™!^' , 3 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgoi— more money. He R evicw your outlook, then, your """ became an inde- —' --•'•- ""•" "'™""i wllh pendent oil producer, wealthy, and a power in the , , Democratic party under FDR and President Trurr.n.n. Delayed Fire Alarms Cause Damage Increase Delay in sending -in fire alarms ' Traj blamed yesterday by officials ot the Cumberland Fire Department for damage that could be kept at i minimum. . Chief .John E. Brennan advised local residents to become acquainted with tie company protecting their area and with fire alarm boxes. . He said fire trucks begin to roll within 30 seconds after a call is received. In roost cases, Bnennan said, trucks arrive at the fire scene in about three minutes or less. Delays result from calling the wrong company since the call has to be transferred. Rcv , cw your ouoo, , . and setup, then proceed with confidence ihls llnw day. Buying, sellir.c. bu Idlntr, manufacturing, good rnanoBement on lav- ored. SE'PTEMBER to OCTOBER 23 (Libra) UT. find other? FEBKUAKI 21 to MARCH 20 (PISWS.I- Best days for familiar, worked-out plans. Harbor no ill will. Don't, force opinion or ideas' Bain by • persuasion. Instructors, lawyers', people In public offices can Va YOTj n °BOR 5 N TODAY: Have sufficien will to 50 on 'to hlBher. Places if you but take the right course., use right methods, You arc practical, economical, at times may be frugal. You car. make the most of o?aor°'nHlM. »ro innately i hard worker. EXPERT BODY WORK Wheel Alignment Wheels Repaired Towing Service • ZIMERLA AUTO SHOP Phonc-2274 Home Made Scrapple 2 lbs 23c Loose ' , Sausage it. 55c b. 35c Bologna b 70c Pork Loin Ends ....'...,..-. lb.'49e Pork Shoulder Chops Ib. 55c Choice T-Bone Steaks Ib. 78c Wieners •:...: lb - 55c i Assorted Lunch Meats Heinz Strained Baby Food .............. 6 cans 49c — - •• .'. . OOI, ^7C Tangerines . ._ ,,..-, dor. 45c Florida Oranges Potatoes ^ .JUDY'S MARKET WE GIVE S. & H, GREEN STAMPS VISIT WASHINGTON THIS SUNDAY ROUND U.30 TWP /mrdxrinj Mtrol Toe Lv. Cumberland 6:30 A; M. Retum-Lr. Washington 8:30 P.M. or 10:50 P.M. Same Day ALWAYS SOMETHING DOING IN WASHINGTON TREAT THE FAMILY TO AN OUTING A»k Twk»t Ao»rrf For DHailt Baltimore & Ohio R. Girls' Dresses formerly 2-98 fa4.98 EI&Y CREDIT BAi/MMORE ST. osenbaum't A Tri-State Institution Since 1848 tion in flying regulations so they can determine aviation as well as highway irregularities. Arundel, Montgomery and Prince George counties and in Frederick, Special Services Set By Salvation Army Visiting Salvation Army officials will take part in an open air meeting tomorrow night on Baltimore Street and conduct services Sunday at the Citadel and Outpost.. Capt. Walter J. Swyres, Baltimore, people's secretary, of the Maryland division, of- the Salvation Army, and.Mrs. Swyres will conduct services at the: Salvation..lAriny Citadel, 115 North Mechanic Street, | Sunday. . .' Tlie services ••will'include-Sunday Scliool at 9:45 a. m., a holiness meeting at 11 a. m.. .and the evening meeting at 7:45> m. Similar services will be held' on the same schedule Sunday at the Salvation. Army. Outpost, 511 .'Virginia Avenue. Speakers will be. Capt. Doris - Powell, Capt. • Virginip.' Powell and Capt. Garnett. Jones. Eyelet and Lace tach Your choice of any of the three beautiful batiste blouses shown ; at- this"one unbelievably low price! And even more.that we haven't sketched here! Pafr them with your skirts and torts and sec how much they add new appeal. Fine Val-type iaee and embroidered eyelet trim spice up the pure white batiste. Sizes 32 to 38. BLOUS* BAR — STREET FLOOR i o 4o o olT osenbaum's A Tri-Stare Institution Since 1848 NO CHANGE IN STORE HOURS Open Weekdays 9:30 to 5 Open Saturday* - 9:30 to 6 You']] IKE IT RICH in our SATURDAY-LAST DAY! Brand New Purchase! FUR TRIMMED and UNTRIMMED COATS 100% wool fabrics in the season's smartest styles. Sizes for juniors, misses and women. 38 Values to 59.98 Reduced to .... Values 'to 75.00 Reduced to .... Values fo 98.98 Reduced io .... $ SECOND FLOOR Leather Handbags Values to 10.50 4-44 plus tax A rare opportunity to own a truly fine bag af a low. price. Pouch, underarm, boxy and novelty styles in black, brown, navy, green, red, copper. Calf- skin, lambskin and saddle leathers. STREET FLOOR YQUR. PiCi GOLDEN VALUES YOU TOO CAM STRIKE IT RICH CORSELETTES GIRDLES BRASSIERES All Taken from Regular Stock PRICE Were 2!00 to 18.50 Now 1.00 to 9.2S Many new garments added for Saturday's sell- ing. Styles for every fig- ure type, but not all sizes in every style. Choose early 1 . , SECOND FLOOR Dozens of Un-Advertised Values On tvery Floor I Halt-Price. .Sale! TEEN and PRE-TEEN- APPAREL 5.98 SKIRTS \/ 2 PRICE ... 2.99 2.25 TO 5.98 BLOUSES. !/ 2 PRICE 1.13 to 9.98 PEA-JACKETS % PRICE'.: -..-• 4M9 25.00'SUITS 1/2 PRICE.... 12.50 SECOND FLOOR''' Saturday! 500 PAIRS " Nylons Values to 2.25 66* pr. In this special group you'll find many a value gem. Dig around. You won't find'every color'and size in every style, but when you've found a pair to suit you've hit lode. Many famous makes. STREET FLOOR

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