Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
Page 18
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES; CUMBERLAND. MD,\ THURSDAY, OCTOBER .20, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD T«kw 'NEARLY READY—Huge frame-of (he new 120-inch reflecting tclfl- ; : .?Sope at Uclc'Observatory at Ml. Hamilton, Calif.:$tands ready for the ten-foot mirror disc,that will make it an operative instrument— "second largest in the world. The disc has yet to have its mirror . surface applied. Huge metal arms support the telescope frame, all -of it so delicately balanced that it is easily turned by a l.'Soth 'horsepower motor. The dark metal cage at Ihe top -of the frame. •is situated at the prime locus and will hold the astronomer who : AviH operate the telescope. Actual use is expected to begin next 'year. Note the man standing on the left arm of the supporting ffork and figures in background. Lick Observatory is one of the •eight campuses of the University of California. (AP PholoFax). Americans use an average of 2 aounds of rubber per year per pei son compared' with about 1 pouni the rest of the world. Budget Expnrls Meet Vjfilh Mayor Roy Eves ' '•'^Two budget experts from tiie State Health Department met yesterday with Mayor Roy W. Eves to' offer suggestions on improvements in Hie Health Department budget here. .The visitors were James K. Middlcton, assistant chief, of -the- Bureau of Management of the State Health Department, and Mrs. Helen DeBoy, an accountant with the department. They visit' .a number of Maryland cities and! counties to offer .suggestions. BOYS and GIRLS JACKIE GLEASON POLO SHIRTS GARDELL'S 150 Baltimore St. Outstanding Opportunity .Hen's, your chance to own your own profitable- business as a WESTERN: AUTO. ASSOCIATE STORE DEALER! You'll .retail nationally 'accepted, popular lines of auto sup- pltei, home appliances, bicycles, radio*,' TV, sporting goods, tools, etc. Merchandise delivered by our own company operated, delivery service from .our . niwly located, Butler, Pennsylvania, Wholesale House. No retail experience necessary .'. . ..we train you. Minimum cash capital of $8,500 needed. See, write, or phone: P: W. BROWN WESTERN AUTO SUBPLY 'COMPANY BUTLER, PENNSYLVANIA PHONE: 72721 Or Don Ciolli 470 W. BOWERY ST. '. AKRON, OHIO Boy Scouts Approved For Advancement Eleven Boy Scouts of local troops hav.c been advanced in rank follow- ing'a Board : of Review,held Tubs: day nightVlri the'Seoul Office oni Union Street'." : '•:. ••'•• ; ; ; •'Jack Li Towler; Cumberland Dis tricL advancement 'chairman, ah-: nounccs the .following, scouts-who; p ere advanced 'in rank: .' Troop . 10, :.LaVale •"• Methodist! Church,.Ronald Gilclirisl and Kenneth Sloreland advanced .from First Class to Star; Thomas-Lowery, Richard Tosh and Hugh Bisli- op, from Second Class • to' First!] Class.- .•;•••' .',. . .•.•'•" Elmer Beachloy from ••Tenderfoot.! .6 Second Class Scout,'and:David Stone,- from Eagle to Eagle'Palm Scout. : : - " ' •''. '•'•. ' ~ . Troop 1, St.: Luke's: Lutheran Church, Wayne • Duckworth .and John Fi'adiska, from First Class 'to Star. Scoiit and. Homer iCrothers from Star,Life Scout.- Troop 9, Cresaptown Methodist Church, Donald Cox, from First Class to Star Scout. Assisting Tower on the Board of Review was Lawrence 1. Horner, a member of :he.cqmmittee. . Acciderits cause' ..more . deaths among boys 10 to 14 years old han any other single.cause. "" lor r.oliili, Ponoromii: 3-Speol:tr Syilini. rloyi oil 3 ipeecJi^ Mahogany or .xlro. 4HF5 $129.95 SYCKES MUSIC STORE 22 N. Centre St. Dial PA 2.1340 WHILE You won't believe if until you've tried it—You can actually have hot rolls on the table in the six to eight minutes it will take you to prepare the eggs 'n things for breakfast. HOT ROLLS ON YOUR TABLE IN BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE BAKERS OF BLUE RIBBON BREAD LOWER FOOD PRICES and S&H GREEN STAMPS Here's how (lie "S&H" GREEN STAMP plan works: Every lOc purchase you make at Albert's entitles you .to one."S&H" GREEN STAMP. You get five stamps for every 50c purchase, ; ten for. $1.00 and so on.. Save these valuable stamps in special Collector's Book given at Alberts. Then, redeem your filled books for any o* the hundreds of nationally known merchandise items-shown-in the new "S&H" Merchandise Catalog. Remember . : . "S&H" GREEN STAMPS cost you nothing. . • ' . • • HALLOWEEN CANDIES TRICK OR TREAT SHOP 9 to 9 MON. THRU FRI. 9 to 6 SATURDAY BAG-0-POPS ( 70 Asst. Candies (^,) Pop Corn Balls ( Candy Corn ( Bag-0-Bats STSO u ")59c 49c 9 f 29c 49c 25c BORDENS Instant Mix for HOT CHOCOLATE HALF POUND PACKAOI SALE PRICE 23e Mb. Can 39c AMERICAN BEAUTY SAUERKRAUT SALAD BOWL 1,000 ISLAND DRESSING 2 •£ 19c RIVAL DOG FOOD Save LABELS for FREE PREMIUMS 4 ^450 Cose of .48 . . $5.35 WORLD'S FAVORITE CORN - PEAS 1 GREEN BEANS 6 No. 303 70- Cans /3C CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE i 1 : 95c 2-OZ. INSTANT ... 45e PRODUCE SPECIALS FLORIDA RED TOKAY MEAT DEPARTMENT VALUES ORANGES 47c Doz. GRAPES 2 L ,25c Seedless Grapefruit 3 25c Tender Pascal Celery Bth 27c California Carrots 2^- 27c YOUNG TENDER HEN TURKEYS 6To9lb. CQ- AVG. ... v«7l» SWIFT'S SELECT SIRLOIN STEAK 69c Lb HORMEL CANNED HAMS 1'/ 2 ft $1.69 NO BONE] NO WASTEI MORRELL'S E-Z CUT HAMS Whole Or Shank Half * U. S. NO. 1 POTATOES 50 LB. BAG 99c IS LB. PECK 31c Premier Fruit Cocktail 2 N cr49c McCormick's Tea Bags " 9 ,59c Laketon Cucumber Strips 1 29c Lucky Leaf Apple Sauce 2 N cr27c Salad Bowl Salad Dressing 1 43c 2 N L 3 , 03 27c Fresh Ground Hamburg 3 "»• 97c Morrell's Country Sausage ••••• |b - 35c Worrell's Pride Bacon sii " d < b 55c Bacon Ends and Pieces slit " f 2"» 39c Select Club Steaks <» 79c Assorted Cold Guts »> 49c SWANSON'S pir K02EN rlt . 'iHf.— CHICKCN TURKEy —..'APPLE | , ,-:-•. OR-CHIRSY ' A ...1 Of Any Kind STOKELY'S FROZEN FOODS GREEN IEANS « ., . WAX BEANS * ""• : >CORN ON C01 .' •••.'•:•• GREEN PEAS '• AC. SUCCOTASH • 196. ^AUNT JEMIMA DELICIOUS PANCAKES! FREE! Nabisco Skyllake Wafers 1 it; 31c NEXT FRI. & SAT. OCT. 28th & 29th Borden's MILK 6 S179C fAMCWC PAOI,mtS FOR 350 CA» ALBERT'S 4 r.

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