Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 7, 1949 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, January 7, 1949
Page 18
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, • MD, FRIDAY. JANUARY 7. One Word Led To, Another ***. *** * * * That Was A Fast Ten Years By ARTHUR. "BUGS" BAER Ten years ago, January~" 7 was a Saturday.. On'that date in 1939 this tmbitlous score-card added up"the ietails for the nervous and the apprehensive: , .. ,.' « 4. — , * I,-,,,, in. the overcast. But war must *ae to this very commft, "is that It docsn.'t change tlic average. "And' Chat a. peace conference, is the extension of any. war under a roof. ;. . . "Two European nations, agreeing make more noise than two skeletons shaking tambourines, "The map of Europe is a fermenting jig-saw puzzle that boils like 'an •Pearl Harbor was. still two years asphalt lake Jn a going volcano. ' ' "Boundaries change every week and a method of armistice .that would scald the buttons off a bronze ! General. . ' • ."The- only solution is to let 'em right until Europe is- one nation. That's one we should promote and (referee." Ic dldr.'t curn been as imminent 'as white dust mi t i ons _ clectrlc attrae- a bakery. "One thing we know about trouble in Europe," we wrote ten years ago "They have a brand of amity over there that is corrosive, a style of peace that is as cruel as bob veal out Just the way the Swami swammed. In two years minus a month we were into it up to our fat red necks. Swami will be gumming it by then. And with the perfection of the atomic boppo he threw his crystal j ball, through the .Rose Window of the Smithsonian Institution. He-has pulled in ills'nock 'for the last tunnel and put tlic p.alc boss of prophecy out to graze on 'Carmen Miranda's hat. The worst thing that can happen 'to a prophet is to hang around and Seems the silk-worms of old Nip-j share his predictions with the other pou were spinning ' nothing but knots. The referee, had to do all the fighting. And how goes it for this day ten' suckers. So we are making none for 1959. We reprinted the '1939'. farmer's almanac as a warning to keep years henceforth? Well, the old ithe monkeys out of the switchtowers and the engineers out of the caboose. . (Copyright, 1!MI>, Klnir yciiUircK Syndlcutc, Inc.) The potato originally came to the United States from Europe, via South America. Sore Throat of colds. Bub ViipoRub on throat... chest. Melt _ . some in mouth, tool VVAPOHUI Phone 4 COO For n. WANT AD Taker STAR 31 Baltimore Sr. For Food at Its Finest .Try the RESTAURANT Michael Volandas, Prop, Cumberland Cloak and Sit Sale! JUST 500 PAIRS .... FIRST QUALITY . . .REGULAR $1.65" 51 Gauge y I on s .00 pair 1 Our famous'.'&L'BA nylons at the lowest price ;in many a month. Every pair sheer, clear and luxurious. 51 gauge . .. Full.fashioned. Sizes Sy 2 to KP/2- All lengths: Sale! Hundreds Of Pieces .. . And Every One Worth Much More Lovely Slips $|.00 * A big selection of lovely slips'in lovely crepe and satin styles. ' Lavishly lace trammed or tailored. Sizes-32 to 44. White and. colors. Stock up at this special price. SALE...Hayon Panties Exceptionally fine qua.lity. Full elastic waist All colors. 3 Sale! •BUY A WHOLE SEASON'S SUPPLY AT THIS SAVINGS! New Pretty Cotton Frocks Choose from hundreds . .1 Our mpst.'famous makes :• Fruit of The Loom,..'. Happy Home, ... Reliance . .. Winnie Mae .-'.. and others •' • ['.• -.•-' '.'-.. IJUPpl . . • Dozens of 'styles . ... Regular values' to $&£® 5:98. Sizes 9 to 15, 12 to 20; 38' to. 52. ., • Cumberland Cloak and Suit Our Greatest Coat now in full swing . . . with the most spectacular savings ever . . . choose from hundreds of coats ... Branil new coats Smart high fashion coats ... Richly furred coats - - - Fine i nn-trimmed coats , . . 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OVER 1,000 PAIRS OF OUR FAMOUS American and larle Shoes REGULARLY 5.95 TO 8.95, YOUR CHOICE ' 2.98 First time reduced . . .'Over 1,000 pairs of our finest Earle and American Girl shoes- sharply reduced for this January sale . . . Scores'of styles.' . . . dress . . .'casual . . . and sports type . . . Black and colors .. . All' sizes, in the .group. Shop early for best selection. . . ' . ALL DISPLAYED ON TABLES cr * ..-'.-' E It LAND CLOAK • " '' .1 •. • •' '. • ..'. SUIT STORE

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