Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 13, 1949 · Page 2
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 13, 1949
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1949 Phone 4600' Foi a WANT 'AD'Taker "Out In The Cold Radio Rich Graf ton Widow r Gives WouMbe Suitors Freeze GHAPTON, W. Va.—An Everett, 3*dlord county. Pa., man has shown " romantic interest in. ivlrs. Cleo M, Weston, &i-year-old widow wno won 1 531,000 in prizes January 4 on the "Hit the Jackpot" radio program, . but she is turning: a cold shoulder on^ matrimonial minded males. ' "Asking if she was interested in a " coartship, the Pennsylvanian wrote that if her reply were favorable he • -would 'tell more about himself." Silt Mrs. Weston answered him and . other would-be suitors with: -•Wow that I'm in the money, I doat need a, husband. .... they should have come around sooner." The first propocal received -by the churning little white- haired woman, operator of the Cafeteria Court ijere, following her good fortune was from' ••. 69-year-old "Warrensburg, _S. Y, widower. A retired trolley "aDOtorman, he offered her a, home stating that he was very lonely. He was most persistent that he be given "a chance" to win her heart. From a 24-year-old Pottsvllle, Pa., man, who said he-must support his wife and two small children but could not find work, came a iplea for some help in trie, form of clothes, food or money. Correspondence from • two . hospitals asking that they might be. considered when she makes her .contribution of a television set were" received recently. Morris Memorial Hospital, Milton, W. Va., a 125-bed children's institution where a number of polio.cases 1 have been sent from this area, was the 1 first to write Mrs. Weston. The other institution writing her was. Children's Orthopedic Hospital ,in Seattle, Wash. There are hundreds of interesting messages and telegrams from. all parts of the nation pouring • into Mrs. Weston's office-daily, many from well wishers, others from persons : asking for some of- the amis or offering to purchase them. . Prom a New York politician named Weston came a congratulatory note, accompanying- • a campaign card bearing the slogan, "Win With' Weston." • And there were .congratulatory notes from persons all- over-'the United States, who ' had formerly lived here, stating that they -still held-a "warm spot in my heart for Grafton."." . .'.; , . • Of course, there were dozens of inquiries, from persons Asking how they might win a contest. ••'• Many persons have offered to rent or 'buy Mrs. Weston's home. in Palm-Beach, Ha., which was-among her gifts received in the -contest. However/she explained that she in. tends to retain the home as she will spend her time between .Grafton and Florida. . ', • . . Mrs. Weston was back at work in her little cafeteria'the day following her good fortune, and -has-been working every day since. She said that her business IB-growing•• by leaps and bounds as 'many, 'customers are 'just curious to see her and told her that before departing Graftonians were informed bj the little woman immediately after win-. nlng the contest that fhe would not sell her business and leave Grafton for Florida 'immediately, but would retain her business and spend her time between the two places. She , . . _ , — a JMKiutiful BlankM that gives relaxing sltep and protects the health of some- on* you love. Just telect -the lompera- tur» you wont and ttio magic Electronic Control takes ovar. Keepi you worm as <oo»t all night long — wooderful protection against chilling and oxpoiure to drafa that often lead to dangerous winter, colds. Five lovely colors. Washable. Approved by Underwriters Laboratories. $1 Down! 9-IIN.CCNTRC * -- JANUARY BARGAINS! Men's Broadcloth SHORTS "hipper «.nd boisr rtyles, lull oat, sanlor- aed. Sizes 30 to 42. r*g. 69c Vol. 49e Slipover SWEATERS i Blazer stripe styles,' 100% all •wool, long. Sleeves. Sizes 26 to 30. reg. 1.98 Vol. Boys' Denim Dm^arees Blue denim sanforized shrunk, closely woven, made 'for strength and ' serviceability, reinforced '. at all strain points. • Sizes 8 to 16. reg. 1.98 Vol. S |.79 Children's Coat SWEATERS 100% all wool, an outstanding value, 28 and 30. Men's and Boys' GLOVES Knit wrist, brown jor- sey, long wearing. S Pr. «o Ladies' Rayon PANTIES Ladies' 4 Gore SATIN SUPS is .planning to trip -to New America which was one of her gifts tftKe the< vacation Tisaris and South City Supported On Phone Stand Officials of a number of Maryland cities and individuals have written Mayor Thomas S. Post voicing their support of the stand taken by city officials here against the proposed rate increase by the C. and P. Tele- as soon as arrangements are made Iphone Company. by : the agencies involved. |" .After the council unanimously ap- ! proved a resolution several weeks .' A species of v/asp in Ceylon builds | ago opposing the increase, Mayor a home six feet long. . I Post said he wrote to other muncl- palities throughout the- state, asking for their support.- Favorable replies have been received from Cambridge, Takoma Park, 'Hagerstown, Bel Air anc" Frostburg. In addition, the mayor said, • ? number of businessmen in. tb Cumberland area have notified hir of tlieir support and have even o' fered to contribute funds. Mayor Post said City -Attorn: Thomas- B. Finan has. written Attorney.General Hall Hammond , inform him,,that. the. city is re'i to assist in any .way at .the hea; ing .being conducted in Baltimore by the Maryland Public Service Commission on the proposed increase. • A two-week postponement in the telephone- rate case - was -. granted Tuesday to permit the opposition 5 study financial exhibits submit;d by the Chesapeake and P6- mac Telephone Company 'in sup- :>rt of its request. Vo Army Enlistments •Two area youths .enlisted at. the •al recruiting station yesterday. - ey were Elroy'G; Nesbit, .Barton, Coast Artillery Corps, and Paul J. Wiikius, • Frostburg/ Begular - Army.' Georgetown University, . oldest Jesuit- University: in -t the United States, was founded'in. 1789.. Moke corn muttinstatilj whfc CORN MUFFIN MIX Pino Quality, double top, adjustable straps. Tearose. reg. 2.19 Vxi legs and briefs. Tearose, maizo, blue and irtdte. Seconds. ?^.-^^^?""*"?-^™^?'""*-'^^ f Use lots of Coffee? ttuy A*P Coffee in the 3-lb. 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