Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

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DWI PA-2-4600 for « WANT AD Taker EVENING -TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml),; , FRIDAY,(OCTOBER 2?, -1955 THIRTEEN, 2,86£ Voters To Be Taken From Poll List FiiiiedTo Vole In Cmiiiiy Elections Since 1950 Hnlloliiig . Tlie Alleiany 'Counjy. Board of Election Supervisors announced that about sovon per. cent .ot the 40,5-17 registered • voters oh the jooks will be stricken oft next week for failing to .vote since the general election, in: November of 1930. .j •:• Employes of the Board of Election Supervisors, reported yesterday Hint 2,362 names will be dropped for failure to vole in the past five calendar years. That figure.is slightly less than Hie 2,966 dropped two years ago for failure to vole afler the November 1948 election. . Board employes will mail, a card to Hie last known address of every one of the 2,862 non-voiers. The notice which will be sent to all of the non-voters ve n ds: "As provided in Article 33, Sec-, lion 34, Election Laws of Maryland; the name of John Doe has been removed from the files of registered voters of Allegany County as his/her eligibility to vote has been cancelled through. failure ,lo vote for five calendar years. By reason of this cancellation the above named person must re-register in order. to be eligible to vote in future state and county elections." Meanwhile, William A.. Wilson, board president, reported that Mon-t day, November 1 ?, is the last day for change of political affiliation before the primary election next May 7, However; new registrations, transfers and changes in names will be accepted until next April 7. The books will be closed for M days before and 10 days after the May 7 primary. Names you Know Antwtr to Prtfout Puhl* • ACIOSS: 1 Former President, Coolidgt 4 One of the "Little Women" 8 Eve's spouse 2iToward tht sheltered iWi 3 Government, representatives Munchlusen 5 "Emerald Isle 1 ' Cluck 11 Disorder 17 Cold season 19 Cavity 23 Flowers 24 Speed contest ! 43 Se „ — 15 H^/ My «* 16 Skin diseases "> Singer, 18 Adds flavor 20 Notions 21 Metal 22 Sea eagle 24 Precipitation. 26 Horse's gait 27 Joe • • : . DiMaggio's ' brother 30 Waken 32 Moon goddess 34 Check . 35 Expunger 36 Worm 37 Employs^ 39Alpihe:wind 40'Angers 41 Damage- 42 Wonderland girl 45 Metal money 49 Fabrics .. 51 Evil 52 Always 53 Heraldic band 54 Scottish . waterfall 55 Cape S6Mast . 57 Greek, letter DOWN 1 Head apparel (Pi.) 25 War god. 26 Concise 27W6rth wanting 28.1ndividual: 29 Simple 31 Twter • 33 Father of Rachel and Leah (Bib.) 38 Steep slope 40 Chiller! .; .' 41 Hoarder . 42 Prayer ending 43 Wash . . 44 Followers 46 Spanish jar ,47 Pace 48 Girl's namt SO Butterflies W X » 37. 50 WeadParade Jf Mummers Thomas • K.' Whalley lias been ppointed grand marshal .of the mmmers parade tomorrow in oulh End and will be assisted by ;aymbnd : Whilehair and Elmo Evans. .• '. In-addition-to two divisions of mummers, competing.'for some 150 in cash prizes, the parade irilj also include .Fulton Myers Drum & Bugle . Corps', The Na- ional Guard Drum Corp and color uard; Fort Hill High School Baijd, ^arrady Post -'American Legion Jriiiri . Corps , of Frostburg,. Hie Limaconing Sad Sacks and other nits. . .-'•'•' Tlie judging committee is headed or the, association by F. Perry mith - and James Scarpelli. The ssociation's< committee in charge f this, annual Halloween-'event ricludes Mrs. Ruth Barnes, Mrs. Gladys Fuller,- John Weber, and Villiif'm.G. Urristot, chairman. .The. parade'will- form..in the •icinity of. Pptoinac Street on the ower end of Virginia Avenue anc vill march at 7 p; m. to First Street, ',.' :'•''- '. Half-Size Citizens' Group Conducts Parly The Senior Citizens Club observed Halloween with a program at its meeting' yesterday at the Elks Club. A feature of the meeting was the showing of a movie, "This is no picnic." which showed the dangers of forest fires during the fall A discussion on the ways Senior Citizens may help prevent forest fires followed. Group singing was led by Mrs Agnes Hensiey, Mrs. Annette Fra diska and Mrs. Anna Smith, will Mrs, Lottie Williamson as pianist Honored was Airs. Emma Imlor 52. (he oldest present at the meet ing attended by about 30 members ol the City Recreation Dcparteen! sponsored club. tL The club mecfs on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month "nt. 2 p. m;,-according'to Robert. K. Pence, city recreation director. : . Canadian Bounties The civil force maintained by the Canadian government was organ izeii in 187.1 as the Northwes Mounted Police, its. name being changed to Royal Canadian Mount eri'Police in 1920. Borrow Sensibly H yoy n*'d catfi for Foil *x- ••nm owr iirvic* li prompt, fiiindly and privol. Loans up to $300 Not* — Furnitur« — anrf Auto Loam INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 301 Liberty Trust Bld9- PHONE PA 4-3100 Kiwanis Club Directors Named Three new members of the board of directors were elected yester day by the .^Cumberland' Kiwani: Club at Central y.M.C.A. Named for three-year term were Lloyd N. Fox, Albert H. Har greaves and William-H. Johnson For the program Mayor Roy.W Eves played a-transcription of-a talk by'Arthur C. Horracks of the public relations department of th Goodyear Tire and Rubber Com pany, made last week .at th 'Bosses Kiglit" of Algonquin Chap ter 'of. the National Secretarie \ssocialion. Horracks. cited the possibilities of the future. For instance, it i •edicted that in 1975 there will b 220,000,000 citizens of the Unite States. Instead of the present 50, 309,000 cars they probably will owi about 83,000,000. The longevity o ife'will be prolonged. Some pre diet it Blight reach 105 to 110 years The intense cold of the Antarctii continent helps preserve man; things and food, wood, printec matter, .and matches left tlier often are found many years late in very good condition. DRESS with -ZONE, SIZE , an STYLE NUMBER. Hughes Assists ProBe IN BOTH P, S, MARKETS SATURDAY George li. Iluglics Jr., (R-Alle- jany) is a member of the commit- ee which spent Wednesday at the losewood,State Training School in Baltimore Investigating and as- essing overall operations of the nstitution. This- committee was authorized inder a House Resolution at the ast session ot the General As- embly to -'investigate the opera- ions of'all of state mental instilu- ions in order to make recommendations for better care for patients ind more economical operation of he institutions.' • . Rosewood Stale Training School at Owings Mills was established in 1888 for the care and training of mentally retarded, white children. There now are about 1,700 there. Dr. Philip I!. Lerner. a Haiti- more psychiatrist, is chairman of the • five-member commitlee, A followup meeting will be conducted next Tuesday in Baljimore, according to Delegate Hughes, to evaluate the findings.. The U. S. shrimp industry employs .about'15,000 fishermen and another 15,000 people in short establishments. ' To Make Room for New Stock We Will Reduce Prices from 25% to 50% .on STATUARY (niony from Hummel) • and other Imported Numbers! THEV WILL MAKE IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFTS! The Ave Maria Shop 37 Frederick St. Sew-easy jumper and companion blouse—fashions that double your winter wardrobe! These n c w styles are designed especially for the shorter, fuller figure — with lovely, slimming lines. Proportioned to fit—no alterations! Pattern 4654: Half Sizes H',4, 16!i, 18'.i, 20!i, 2J'.i. 24Vi. Size 164 jumper takes 3 yards 39-inch fabric: blouse takes 1-4 1 yards. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—odd 5 cents for each pattern for lsl-c!ass mailing.* [Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of jThe Evening Times. 42 Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St.. New York ill. N. Y. Print plainly NAME, AD- NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH AN "LB" CHARGE ACCOUNT . CROSLEY AUTOMATIC UNIVERSAL 1 ' GAS DRYER v r, . !*.',: * H Gives You Sunshine Fresh-Drying Every Wash day ... regardless of the weather outside .Free Customer Parking NEW STORE HOURS Just Above Our : Man, thru Friday 9 A.M. Virginia Are. Store to 8 P.M.—Sat. to6 P.M. Cumberland Electric Co. Vlrglnlo Are. at Second |l Sauth libVrty St. ;; Phen* PA 2-6191 Phon*>A 2-6862 Electric Ran|e It's an automatic FRENCH FRYER that turns out crisp appetising deep - fried foods ... and the fat never gets too hot or too cold! It's a wonderful DEEPWELL COOKER in which you can produce whole meals —stews—soups—cook less tender meats to tasty consistency! J It's a convenient top-of-the- range ROASTER when you don't want to use your oven ... let* you save on electricity! You c»n bake a cake in.it! It's a thermostatically controlled OVEN! It raises to the top of the range and gives you a 4th surface cooking unit! For Your Old Range On a Cros/ey FIRST NATIONAL BANK CHARGE ACCOUNT First National Bonk ... Member F.D.I.C BONUS IN ADDITION TO OUR LOW PRICES MOHAWK SHEETS 72x108 ... 81x99 First quality regular 2.69 sheets. Limit 2 with order of $10 or over! $ 1.77 Sour Pitted Cherries 5 cans Pills. Pie Crust Mix 8 pkgs. Crushed Pineapple 5 cans Pills. Cake Mix 4 bxs. Sauer Kraut . ... 8 No. 2'/i cant , Tomato Paste 12 cans Softee Tissues .... 16 rolls BUY IN DOLLAR LOTS AND SAVE . . . 5 '"i 1 -1°" 4 ,1. bollli- Dill Pickles Prune Juice •• Armour's Milk 9 Pork & Beans 3 Early June Peas 8 Chic. & Noodle Soup 8 Oil Sardines 11 SPECIAL! Tuxedo Tuna 5 < Pork & Beans 8 * Swan Soap 24" Jergcn'* Toilet Soap 20 Hunts tomato Sauce 12 Tomato Paste 12 Mixed Vegetables 7 SAVE ! Strawberry Preserves 3 J Vienna Sausage 7 <' Woodbury Soap 16 « Tomato Juice 4 " Red Kidney Beans 8 NC ° Whole Kernel Corn 7 « Del Monte Peaches 3 "° c BIG BUY! Armour's Lard 56 ^ Cut Rite Wax Paper 4 '»"• Tom. or Vegi Soup 10 «»"• Potted Meats 15 <™ Swan Soap 10 f Cream Corn • 8 ""• Apple Sauce 7 «•"• CHECK THIS! Fresh Hamburg 4 *..Sirloin or Club Steaks 3 ib.. Smoked Bacon Squares •-- 4 »». Smoked Sausage •• 2Vz <^Rump Roast Beef 3 »<Boiling Beef 6 «... VALUE HIT! Roasting Chickens "> 29c Round Steak 2 it- Chuck Roast «• 29c Armour's Sliced Bacon .... 3 »» Pork Steaks 2 ">Lean Pork Roast 3Vz»» LOOK! Red Tokay 'GRAPES 10c, b U. S. No. 1 POTATOES START YOUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYAT . . . • iPUBLlC SERVIC LKRNJTCIN 1 IFOOD MARKET 9-IIN.C€NTR€

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