Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 11, 1949 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, January 11, 1949
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EIGHTEEN EVENING ' TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1949 Phone. 4600 For a WANT AD; Taker TODAY'S BIRTHDAY By AP Newsfealurei EVA. UE GALLIENNE, born Jan 11,1899,: in .London, daughter of the ; E n si i s h poet i Richard Le-Gal- I licnne, and Your Individual Horoscope Da n i s h journalist mother," Julie Norregaard. She got her. first role at 15, played on Broadway at 17, ; later she became >a friend ol Mme. : Duse and a champion of the repertory theater movement. - Margin of-speed, of the single• setter fighter 'over, the .bomber In jKta-M War I was approximately, 60 par cent. . • -The' one art in which th« savage ;HU«S ..excel the'.civilized ones . is H»sketry., according to 1 tbe .Encyclo- Britannic*?- Look In the section In which your, fclrth day comes and find- what. your outlook is, according to the. stars, For Wednesday, January 3£, 1940' MARCH 21 TO .APHH, 20 (Aries)— Breathe easily; stttrs Indicate Rood outlook —with good c.'fort, of course. Tendency to relax jshould bo d!»courn([cd and all- out endeavor substituted.. P. M, 'does favor romance, family. APRIL 21' TO MAY 20 (Taurus)—Go after things with confidence that rewards will come from, patience, Rood. tries• and suneness. Protect budget, income'Bnd reputation, always. • MAY 21 TO JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Red signal up during a. m,, warns you had better look before, you act. Talking too freely, forcing opinion can retard, progress. P. M.:. possible advantages In monetary and professional efforts, JUNE 22 TO JULY 23 (Cancer)—Some generous Influences that cwv assist In your achievement 'if properly .grasped. Strength of purpose, self-sacrifice will be necessary to success today. . JULY 24 TO 1 AUOTJST- S 2 (Leo)—You l.;ay have', to forego some pleasures and comforta to put over that Idea or proposition now, but it will bo worth it. There are temptations' lurking; alertnesi vital l day. AUQDBT 23 TO SEPTEMBER.. 23 (Virgo) —-Mixed vibrations call for steady and smart acting (n-nd in right places). Take things more in stride; be ' able to, shift plans, wiien necessary. News likely in p. . that will please. " SEPTEMBER. 24 TO OCTOBER. 23 (Libra)—Moderation in all things, including diet, profits, spending. Avoid extremes'in business or mental activities lest you bring additional worry; anguish. Some uncertain aspects. •• • •' •• • . " OCTOBER 24 TO NOVEMBER'22 (Scor plo)—A note of • advice: don't overexert, either mentally or physically—may unfit self for bigger tasks, wisely conserve some of that, energy and will to act for tomorrow. NOVEMBER 23 TO DECEMBER x (sng- Jt'.arlus)—Bypass '*any • tendency to ..waste or bo. smug about outcomes, -The great realize . their weaknesses, then proceed along soundly pinn.iud lines, modestly. Do likewise ar.d succeed. DECEMBER • 22' TO • JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)— Get' aJter those "little'; things— they mount up and actually spoil the effect . of. well-meant jobs if not handled rightly. Be concise, but not. sharp,'Enjoy healthful' relaxation. • JANUARY 22 TO FEBRUARY '20'. (Aquarius)— Think things over carefully first, then proceed afler plans have been formulated capably. You can accomplish much today, though your efforts clay not show till • later. FEBRUARY 21 TO MARCH 3D (Pisces) —We are not all mnde alike (and that is good!), so be not worried if some people disappoint or things irritate. Go about affairs should. Many hidden benefits. YOU BORN TODAY: 'Straightforward, able,, pleasing, IP living true to your bet- ter traits, not Indulging weaknesses or moodlness. You have qualities needed for success in the business world—could alsc be a statesman (or woman) doctor,. musician, scientist. Make a loyal, strong friend, nnd as strong' an enemy. 1!M9 holds several interestlp events, new friendships (choose carefully), a chance for fresh monetary gains. Pray daily for proper guidance, for world peace. Blrthdate of John \vinlbrop. founder and first governor of Massachusetts 33ay Colony; Edmund Burke, Brit, statesman, political writer; John Hancock, Amer. RyeoluMor.ary statesman. (Copyright. 1949, King Features Syndicate, Inc.) Tip Top Restaurant if * Purchased By Norris The Tip Top Restaurant, Inc., 120 South Mechanic Street, has been sold to Milton; XT. Norris by Anthony Scarpelli, president, an'd Clyde W. Love, secretary of the company, for approximately $6,000. A bill of sale in the matter was filed yesterday at the teourt. House. Norris has as-j Rllsge ]J JJ. McCain Will suir.ed management of the business. . • , : Address Lions Tomorrow. Norman Angell, English ecd'no-j mist, was born Ralph Norman An- j gell Lane. /, Russell H. McCain, • Frederick, 'a mission, -will address, the luncheon meeting' of the Cumberland' Xions 'Club, tomorrow at.'12:15 p. m. at Central. YMCA. , . McCain;^ a former Frederick alder- i member of the state Roads' Com-1 man and member of tbe commission since 1943; is. expected to discuss iht cost' of new roads "in Western Maryland and the state. •• . . The automobile speed record in 3903 was one mile in 55 seconds. THEFOOD-0-MAT SAVES YOU TIME AND MONEY Kb. can Keystone Bed Sour Pitted Dole Pineapple CHUNKS ' 31c CHERRIES «*• 25c SPRY or CRISCO ROYAL GELATIN OR PUDDING 4 pkgs. 29c OJd German or Export CANNED BEER Cast of 24 $3,05 VERMONT MAID PANCAKE SYRUP 24-oz. bottle 49c V. S. No. 1 Maryland POTATOES 15-lb, peck59c of {fow)«*« brilliancy «nd •fine color....In dliti pioun+ingt.. . mak« your teleetion h«r» * dttcriminating choice. 01 euafttt eouttttiii Tromj $J6iOO federal tax included ' Hourly TOO Ycors on Baltimore Sf. 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