Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 19
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 fw • WANT AD Tutor EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 NINETEEN.. .-"'SALE--;' : plywood ...'.. ...... ;llc .& up Mdsonite ;...... ; 5c.& up Formica (Mill ends) 35c & up All good materials. Mill ends. This slock is in no way defective.' Self-Service, Cash and ,OST—Two Red BOM Coon Don 01 Meadow Mountain. Reward. Write H.'C. WUoy. Jennings, Mi).. 35—Miicullantoui Jlock Layiny &.Cement Work PHONE PA-2-2699 OARLITZ llomi Improvement Co. Build ni Contractor. Johns-Manvllle Inaelbrle Idlni, Rooflnc. Block laylnt., PA-MOSS. Carry. c BUCHANAN Lumber Company • 549.N. Centre St. -..-''. PArkvlcw 2-0650- REMODEUNG. Repairs. New Build _. Garlics. Rooms Added, Attics. Club Cellars, frank Burton, Bulldlnf Coo- tractor. PA !•«.)3. • • -• ' BUILDING AND REMODELING Repairs of all kinds. . ' COLLINS CONSTRUCTION CO. REt-SSIl for quality.-. ..-. . .LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS CAU .The South Cumberland Planing Mill Company 33 QuMD. SL PA-2-JJ600 • 2-2601 18—Moring, Storing -V'STA-DRI The Wonder Waterproofing for th<jt toct ceUar: cisterns, etc SUPER CONCRETE CO: (os.n Henderson Av«. Phont PA 2-4160 HAGERSTOWN BLOCKS Ray M. Atkey Phont PA-4-4417 •GRAPES TRANSFER Local-Long' Distance PA-2-2388 A Sleel or Aluminum WINDOW'by-Truscon .£ TIGHT-but it ' ..-'Won't Stick! : . The Cumberland Cement and Supply Company Rear 419 N. Centre SU Ph. 2525 39—Painting, Papcrhdnging 40—Perianah 26—Htlp Wonted flp for Conttactor's OHice Write Bos 7SS-A •c/o Tlmfi-Newi :tperts claim a comfortable mattress s the Hey to a icood nlcbt's rest. L«l s put the "comfort" back In that tumpy. sy mattress o( yours Uattresses of U • sizes made to order Cumberland tattrets Factory. Phone PA-M105. 27—Femal* Help Wanted N'URSES For .. Optratinj Room • • RotiUnj touri. No on-call duty. <£L hour *Tek. Hood *jl»n'. *ubit*nli»l bonui for th* tilth day, ev«nln£i, and nUMi. Ubfril vic»tlon, holidayj, >nd tick btne- (ill. WRITL' MISS WINNIE A. CO.VE. K. X. t ' D1HECTOR OK N'UItSES SINAI HOSPITAL OF BALTIMORE BALTIMORE 5, MARYLAND [1—Prcf**s;anal Senrieti •RESSMAKING - AKeritloni—Tailorint 111 BalUmore SL l»hw» PA-4-57J9 BERTHA AVIS SEARLES IVECMSS REPAIRING, Broken LC Replaced - Pr*«cripUoDS FUIed, Thoi. C. fiubbi, S3 Peribln* St 'HL; la-M. tnr jtencril house wor Phdat Shadyilde 6-2821 Write PO Box 3(, Friendivllle rnred *allr«ie» "nd kitrhen help Apply II N. Oeonc Si. No phonf callt Tri State Detective Mxbl Watchman md Putrot Serrlci El Tyvti lirrtttgatlrtr. -~H /.'ouri ,il^ 'hone PA-2-3161 6H L!HK»TY TRUSI 28—Mali Help Wonted L3 —Ptano Tuning SALESMEN "HfilRE'S THE JOB WE OFFER" Be *ure to rmd the b»Unc« «( our *4 on p*s« 15 of today'i paper 46—Radio, TV Service 4 MEN WITH CAR Nrit Appeirlnc To Go ID Builnen lor Thrmtclrrt Apply IKS N. Crntrn Si. 9-10 A. M. WILL pliec 2 men In builnrn for'them* ifhci, ^rith no Inveitmcnt on their part. Must have cir ** furnlib refer- rncei. Wrltt Box 742-A c-o Tlrnca. WAN with car for Sundiy Nt*-*pn»r mute fram Romney, W. Va..'to PolnU. W. Vt. Write Box 7SJ-A, c,o Tlme»- wi. "PRESSERS Wool, expfrienrcd men only. Good houn »nd worklnx conditloni. Salary J60 to lobcr. rfll«We. experienced, men. S\rii or Phone: Arrinjton Cleanen. Box 544, Vienna, Vju. DunWtrV 5 90JO. DASKBALL PLAYERS, capable for pro clubs. National Baseball Bureau. Dos 1903-R Tampa, Fla. BOVS. WHITE, ine 14 upj work *lter Kh«I «Rd Saturdays. Earn about S1.50 hr. Apply 3:30 to S p. m.. *">^»J throujh Friday only: John Prultt, 2nd llfKjr, 109 S. Smallwopd St. HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION Will employ several men as branch manner trainees. Appllonts mti!l be hljh school uraduales. 31 to.JS years of ale, ••Ilh a car. This position offers a secure future ulth splendid advancement opportunities in the consumer finance field. Men selected -will be paid a «r»llht ulsry plus car allowance and Insurance. Other benefits Include troup life sand hojpllalljallon insurance and a liberal savings and retirement plan. Apply: HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION 12 So. Centre Street BRANCH MANAGER TRAINEE Growlnf consumer finance company with offices In Pennsylvania and' Maryland seeks to enroll youns ambitious men In I planned tralnlni pro/Tram lhat leads to a real executive position In 2-3-years The requirements; are:- ._ Good appearance.'Age 21-30. Capacity to > absorb the concentrated training. . . : . - <- ' .\iusl be « high school graduate! college experience preferred but not essential. Must have, an automobile. This position Is permanent, non-selling Kroup insurance, and hospitallratlon. and salaried.- All modern employees benefits Including vacation with p»y -Write Box 754-A.% Times-News Give jull particulars 31—Situottorit Wont«d EXPERIENCED Personnel- • Technics , clerical, booklteeplni, sales. Industrial nurslni, household Trl-State Employ menl. licensed. LaVale, PA '-1962- Housework by Day Phone CO 4-2127 MODF.U Day Nursery and. Child Care Center. -Transportation furnished. Cnll dren ! to (I. Dial PA 2-4S1S. LIKE '* letttr from home' every dai throuih (he -year: To your, son or dnutn ter In (h.-'Armed Senlces, or 'your boy or slrl away al schM . . . Send Ihe Cumberland ,Newa. Th« Evening or Sunday -Times..-C«lli Circulation Dept PA J-tSM... .--.,' 32—InrtfUCtlOM TRAIN FOK TODAY'S BEST PROFESSION rtmJI loda» tar rail Clas. THI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 VA..-AVR. CtlMIIISnl.ANO-PA.<.lll« 33_Muilt8l MirchandlM E!iTY TttUST. and EFTIC TANKS CUIANED - Matin •qulpmcot BI-SKt* Disposal Servlr* Wilts or Phone Lonaconlni IIO-3.4U1 51—Vocuum Cleohers OUENTIN L GRIFFEY BUILDING CONTRACTOR IU.ERSLIE, MD PHONE PA-4-BM VACUUM CLEANER Parts & Service PA-2-5070 1302VA. AVE WELL DRILLING I JTS. exp. . Modem steel equipment Pump Installations, Galvanized Casing ' V CARPENTER WEU DRILLING Co P. 0 Bo» 352. Cumb. PH. RE.Q-9300. Display Classified SMALL-. MOTOR REPAIRS . All makes Air-Cooled Motors . 0 EAST STREET- .- DIAL PA (-3M3 AGENT MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. LOCAL, LONG OIS1ANCF MOVING .VUIIN TRANSFER. CALL PA-4-2770 - WM. MEDERS Mouing and Storage iiy or Nl«ht Pftone PA-4-3720 JOHN APPE1 IHANSrER LOCAL. LONG DISTANCE MOVING AGENT GREYVAN LINES. PHONE PA-4-1623 HEADERS TRANSFER. LOCAL LONG DISTANCE AGENT NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES PH. PA-< 3900 BENNETT . 7"rfe r \£ d Local — Long Distance v PHONE PA 2-6770 Ejtcavolino — Jienching — Grading We Ait Equipped To Do tarn lob With 200 Pieces o( EyufpoiMii novels, Cronos, Bock Hots, frenchlntj tachinel, Dozers, Compressors and Drills, ftucke> loaders. TractoMrail*** or Heavy Hauling, Trucks, etc. OMQIl Fill GROUND IOAO MATMIA1 Jaughman Contracting, Inc. IE1EPHONE PA.2J58J 'APERHANGING ' outh End Wallpaper Shop, 131 Va A.« •AINTING-Paperhaneing. Jnside-outslde decorating. Marshall Corley. 9 Cresap St. Phone PA 2-4143. UR Restyling - Guaranteed I* Insured. Leddy Furriers. Annapolis, Md.. Agent Mrs. Brant. Phone PA 4-1837' VANTED RIDE to Kelly from 1302 Oldtown Road. «-S shift. PA 4-27!2 after 5 p. ni. 'iano Tuning and Repairing aurcncc Cri/ftl'i PA-2-1633 10BERT W. MORELAND. ASPT. Tunes. Repairs School, Church, and Home Pianos. PA-4-1084. Used pianos. CUMBERLAND ELECTRIC CO. PV sen-Ices on all lie-Sunday ten-lea Allcgany Amusement TV Factor) •v-tftorfrra' metes Genutnt lectori parti Service daily* 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. nday I p.m. lo 11 p.m. PA 1-4783 GUAIUNTEED RADIO SERVICE r»claliilni lo horn* and sulo raSl >OLAN'S 11 N. Ocort* St. PA-4-iSSO CU ,~»A TV We repair all seu btiaiia I V ,„„, A (Admiral) to (Zenith). 23-A 8. Centre SL PA-2.7UO tier 6 phone PA-MS11 AVE your TV repaired at home by technician o( M >rs. electronic expert ence. Reasonable prices i'A-4-niR. 47—Real Estate For Sale lACnlKICE-6 room brick. 3 bcdroomi hardwood doors, full basement, tlan blinds, awnlnis. Apply 507 Frcde rick St. alter S. _. 1 REALTY AGENCV REA1 ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMOOT Mil " xts aereane Cily water, cas, improved roads, non-linn Green. Potomac Park Small payment plan. Phgne PA CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY OPIE ANNAN PHONE PA-2-7733 50—Uphollttrinj UPHOLSTERING : - AUiO CONVERTIBLE TOM rilUCK SEATS • TAKPAULIN9 HASTINGS ALUMINUM AWNINQ» Geo. S. Warner, 132] Vu Ave. PA.'.W7< UPIIOLSTEBING Hecoverlni and relylnf E. Brode 555 Greene : PA.MIftl 1-VISIT LOANS Phone — then come in for CM*. J25 to $250 « mote.on lignalute, firmture, or car. Bmfaat flNAHCI CO. LIBE8IT IKUSICO HOG CUMItHLANO rA-2-0721 . The Doird ol Zoning Appeals «l- -City ol Cumberland, will nitct In Ih (Jlty ll"». Cumberland. Maryland, Thur day, October 27, 1933, Hi «1<K> o'cloc I'. M., to hear the following appeals:. Mrs. Jnmci M. Teeter, 23 Miry Slr« who lius made application to build • endusc part ol front anil side porch said 23 Mary Street, snld enclosure to . one slory In hclKhlh. measuring T .x la and situate In Residential "B" Zonln District and owned by Iho applicant. Cecil II. llucklew, CI6 Falrvlew Avenui who has made application to build garage moasurlne. 22' x 25' on rear of I measuring 30' x 96' al 618 Falrvlew Avc nuej gsragc to be one story In height! with foundation and walls of c'oncrcl block and roof of asphalt shingle: sal premises arc situate In Residential "P Zoning District and owned by the app cant, At the said time and place, any pcrso may appear and testily as to the prupo cd use of the said premises or object I [he issuance of said occupancy permit. CHARLES PAUL ROEDER, Chairman JAMES C. .GARDNER, Secretary WILLIAM B. ORNDORFF, .Member BOARD OF ZONING APPEA1 Adv.~Ocl.-N-T-25 Display Classified ! /*&F*J WHITACRE'S JalousieStormDoors Aluminum Storm Doors t Windows Weathtr stripping PA 2-4057 TRI-STATE ALUMINUM DOOR AND WINDOW IDEAL I « AIRCON>*•"»'„ Tf . *s5 :V.'; ENGINEERING & SUPPIY CO. '-^j- .« your CAMIEIt Dsolir if. Window ' Products . Co. Venetian Blind Laundry —VENETIAN BLINDS— Frtt Eftimatfi 620 Columbia Avt. Phon* PA-2-2021 Up lo H Months 10 Pay tosiest Tff/ni In Town WOLF Furniture Co. Bolllniot. SI. STOP NUWs Peg-Board* Hook Rock is here! DON'T LOOK ANY FUKTHEK FOR WINDOW NEEDS Venetian Blinds cut torn modt, cleantd—rtpairtd Awnings JASCO . Storm Doori & Windows Draperies & Drapery Rods JOHN E. SHARP & CO. m N, Mechanic Ph. PA 2-7620 \s~. putt wolli to woik. Ideal for kitchen, tloiit, Jtwing room, utility room, flo'a9», worlcihop. 20"x23" hordboord pa'nil, polntfd whitt with perforatio'nt 1" opart. Campleic with hook., liabitiitfl and handy tpting dipt that ar« tatlly inlif- chang*abl». Easy to inilall with .p«clal fattenm for toiy mounting on any typt wail «Jt*g. T.M. U.S. Pot. OH. B.B. RulUr Mfg. Co., Inc. The South Cumberland Planing Mill Company 33 QUMII St. PA 2-2600, 2-2601 GO Acres lind on Patterson'* Creek; Road, bclns a part of the Gallowaj r«rm. .Price . «.50Q. 4 n oom*, Bath, Cawlina Station, Greas* Rack, Grocery Store complete. 00 ft. fronting Route 28, Short Gap. 6 Rooms, bath, furnace, garice In basement. Immediate pofsesilon. Cres- ptown ... .-\... — 16,500 FLOYD P. GRACE REALTOR Dial RE 8-9532 tti« HAROLD K FLETCHER Co. MortEict Sinkers-Ret I Eatate-Irwurancr "1A Bfdfnrd Pa Phooe 1CMB V/A 2 FARMS FOR SALE Several reasonably priced bonici for laic s'ew 4 room modern buT.j»alo«v 13. acres. Close (o Fort Ashby on hard aurfacc road. J. S. HUTTON. Realtor Rldgcley. W. Va, " Phone RE 8-8700 LOTS FOR SALE • 'Phone PA 2-0192 S\LE OR RENT — 6 room house, basement, jtaracc. larsc lot, 236 National Highway, Narrow's Park. Phone Lona- 'coning 31531. 702 HILLTOP DRIVE , New 6 room brick veneer hunfialow, hot air hc»t: full basement, IV, baths, jar- agr, fireplace, 3 bedrooms, large livlne room. dlninB area, Younwtown Kitchen. This house completely Insulated for low cost heatlna. Most desirable location In he city. For Inspection phone PA 2-2322. FOUR ROOMS nnd bath, one acre Krounri: Mexico Farms. Apply Charles Lehman, Mexico Farms.' Open Mondqy Eyes AUTO GLASS HSLfW TH'V QUICK,CCKE, sir HBV_ WHSR6 ABB- VCrXH. HELP M UP TO W TRAIL WITH HIMi nM»TBIt!' Me 1 * KNOCKED OUT; tar I PCrJ'T THIIOK HE 1 * HUK-f BAPL 06M> VBT! YOU I BACK TO TK 1 BWER WITH SETrMlM VCD TOO, LEW \VlWOiWTW08Rirl5_ A HAMBURGER ' RIGHT. SIR-1 WE'RE HW.F AH.YES WOULt> A CHECtT NCW/ WHEN /Wft/ THERE . THOUSAND \ftW. THATS O fOR-AMVTHINS BU1\RE £GftRCH_BUT IN VIEW Trie FOUNP OUT BV AMPENT "HAT WE'RE ANP !',« 60IN6 TO HAVE A EASY- I tt'AS AFEUP SIV£ IT Art'AY AND >OU'P BE AKiEV... Display Classified They'll Do It Every Time yMlSSQUlKINE,THE /HELD OP IH TR4FHC, N DOC'S RECEPTIONIST, / |NDEED^RS.KUM(JU4T.' TILL I TELL you WWT H4PPEN6DTOTHEBUS KsSSS /NOMAnW.'wn™ Ktcrino ^KrVrt i / 4tJ04 H4LFA1INUTES / UTE.SO YOU'LL JUST I \ HAVE TO TAKE YOUR \ TURri-DOCTOR'S TIME HOUR L4TE 4rJD "JUST L4UGHS rr OFF- FIEST WHERE'S THE TELEPHONE? I K4VE TO M4KE A COUPLE OFC4LLS — Use your 1st Nad. Charge Account BEERMAN as low as So daln.ty! So exquliitel Sure lo coptur* htr heart on Chriilmoi morning I S P I I 1 * JEWELRY ELL W STORE 5 ROOM bungalow, 34750. Meadowvlcw Drive, Crcsnptown. Bath, furnace, sarasc, yard. Irvlns Millenson. PA 4-55M. ; . ^IVE ROOMS, bath, gas furnace, full basement. Crcsap Drive. Bowling Oreen. Write Bos I52-A, c/o Times- News. • 48—Roofin 3 , Spouting iOOFlNR. spomlng. sidlnc, slate repairs Flue palntlnB. 3 years to pay. .Charles Atkinson, Phone 1'A 2-0792. STOP; FIGURING EXCELUM; SAVES YOU TIME AND, MONEY 3-tRACK "SENATOR" Ruggedly constniclcd of 63ST5 EXTRUDED aluminum. Includes two itorm »ad one screen icction. Fingertip changeover allows maximum year 'round protection. Completely SELF STORIHIG. ALSO COMBINATION DOORS • JALOUSIES • PERMANENT AWNINGS LOOPING, SIDING, PalntinR. Spoutlni General repairs. Call Cumb. PA-(-3««. Byndm«n 7J.R-S. rr« estimates Blttlnicr-Bifrkett. N«t Rootini, oimtri, Cwduclor. Metal Worn, all types Bnol Pjlnlini S3 yrs. BXB. ALEX J fCHUTE'PV2«ia ROOFINO SPOUTING SIOINO I. ycara • to pay ftuanntctfl sf.trk Andre" Witt. Phont CQ-I-3M7 ROOriNO 9POUT1NQ GUARANTCEP iTORR ' ALFRED FA1BAU. PHONE PA-1-71H 50—UphollttHng .Furniture Upholstering, Repair* Canvas & Alutnlnum Awnings jriQOPI T Oldtll. Most RHIable /UOiSJl/ljl over B Vcur. lo Cltj 111 Frederick SI. ', I'liora l'A-i'4?la lolHerlm. Oraptrj, Blip cover » D»>s rahrlei Screens to-order OSO BHAOfl, L.VAI.K, PH. PA.«.4I1I UPHOLSTERING John rroxell, JJl'Davidson It, l'A-4-JM« APC METAL PRODUCTS WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS BARKER'S 1191. VA. AVI, P* 44774 Roanoke Police Having Trouble With Bicycles ' ROA.N'OKE, Va. —«V-.Detective laplain Kermit Allnian wonders why jo many people abandon bicycles. "We've got so many that if you open the door to the storage room likes fall out," Allman said. He said the cops are always happy when someone identifies a bike and takes it away. Texas Convicts Have Rodeo, Not In "Wide Open Spaces" AnMlNlSIHATOR'S NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orr .._.i's Court of Allegany County. Mary, and. letters of Administration on the estate of Clara V. Kenney late of Alle- canv County. Maryland, deceased. All w.rsons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to evhtblt the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or be- ore the Hth day of April. 1956. They nay otherwise by law be excluded from ill benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate arc requested to make immediate aymeril. Given under my hand, this Hth day of October. 1955. Earl F.. Manses. . Attorney at j.avr. Administrator. S. Liberty Street, Cumberland, Md. Adv. T-Oet. lfi-25-Nov. 1-8 EXECUTOR'S NOTICE . THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphan's Court of Allcgany County. Mary, land, letters Testamentary on the estate of Cecelia Mullaney late of Allegans County. Maryland, deceased. All persons havlns claims anainst the deceased are hereby warned lo exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly .authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 1-tlh Jiay of April. 1956. They may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this Hth day of October. 1955. Charles Francis Mullaney, Executor, ttox 450, Ml. Savage. Md. Adv. T-Ocl. 18-2S-Nov. 1-8 ' Hwj. M*rt UtenutlM Cull: FA-l-MM tr I44U ADMINISTRATOR'S SOT1CK THIS IS TO HIVE NOTICE. Thst the subscriber has obtained from the Or phan's Court of Allcgany County, Mary, land, letters of Administration on the cstnlc of Elmer Kallmyer lale of Alle gany County, Maryland,. deceased. Al pel-sons havlni -claims atainaV the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same,' with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 7th day of April, ISM. They may olhenvlse by law b« excluded from an benefit' ol the said estate. Al persons knowlnf ihentlelves Indebted to said estate .are reqtleste'd' t* • make Immediate payment.t .' '••'.'•. Given under my hand thu 7lh day ol October, 1935. - F.mvAnn .1. RYAN Administrator . LlbcrtyTrusl lltilldlns Cumberland, Maryland Artv, Oct. T-IMM5 Nov. 1 HUNTSVILLE, Tex. (INS) Texans like to ride in the wide ipen spaces, but confinement be- lind prison walls does not stifle heir enthusiasm. Inmates of the Texas Prison at Umtsville are holding, each Sunday in October, their annual rodeo competition. The rodeo, now in its 24lh season, is billed as the "wildest show on earth." Many of those taking )art are life-termers. There has >een one fatal accident in 23 years. To Huntsville's 6,000-plus inmates, the rodeo is, the event of ,he year, staged by themselves in a stadium they built within the grounds of the main unit of the prison. Some $100,000 is raised annually from the shows, and the money ?oes for the comfort of the inmates. Put inlo an educational and recreation fund, the proceeds provide glasses, hearing aids, .arti- : icial !ifi,l)B, library books, movies and other recreation. The rodeo was started in October, 1931, with Albert Moore, the present director, lining up the acts. All participants are inmates with the exception of calf ropers. The men compete, for the sheer love of it all, in bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, bull riding and a race in which cowhands attempt to mount and ride unsaddled and unbridled wild horses which are stampeded around the -arena in a wild melee. Special rodeo events such as trick riding and jumping — and this year even a lady bullfighter- are brought in as extra events, but the prisoners themselves stage some of the specials. Huge Bridge Insured Agaiiigl Atomic Attack ST. 1GNACE, Mich.-W-Insurance companies have agreed to Insure the substructure of the Straits of. Macklnac Bridge for 25 million dollars ngainst fire, earthquake and atomic allnck. • The superstructure of the 100 million dollar span will also be In- stirablc when completed In November, 1037, Massaehusells' Beauty Winners Not 'Has-Beens' BOSTON'—UN'S'—Beauty contest winners do not wither on the vine . —at least, not the Massachusetts type. Seven winners of recent beauty contests in Massachusetts, still attract second looks 'from admiring males and several intend to com- pele again. i Last year's "Miss Massache- selts," the former Judith Drake, of New Bedford, now Mrs. Donald .. Maclsaac, is in Florida with her Air Force husband. A graduate of the St. Luke's Hospital . nursing school, she intends to study advanced nursing. "Miss Springfield," Jean Derna- . go, since winning that title, picked up another—"Western Massachusetts Flower Show Queen"—and is concentrating on a career singing or "as a photographers' model." '.'Miss Greater Lynn," Mina Perry of East Lynn, now is teaching dancing and says her plans "consist of continuing to teach dancing or possibly more professional work." "Miss Greater Beverly,"Eugenia- Bianchi, was busy in civic affairs, welcoming visitors to the city and "being present at different affairs." Slie is working in a dental surgery center, plans to marry "someday." "Miss Swampscott." Madolyn McAdams,' has been aclivo in ex- Ira curricular affairs during her first year at Cornell University and twice.made the dean's list. She "plans to further her work i» the diplomatic service." Time-To Deliver? DALLAS, Tex. W - For a year, an Kast Dallas store has plastered Us windows with a big sign: "going out ot business." The other night someone lettered under it: "Promises! PromisesI -Promises!" ' ff ,

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