Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 4, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 4, 1955
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Dial PA-4-4600 for u.WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. BIO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1955 THREE Your Horoscope Look la th« Motion lu which your birthday comci and find what your outlook it, according to the it»r», . For Saturday, Nortmber 5. IMS MARCH 21 to APRIL. 20 (Ariel)—Highly favored thl« day are artistic jirofes- iionj; dealing in women's apparel, jewelry, millinery and other accessories, handling foods; unusual activities. More care needed in routine matters. APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus)—Splendid Venus and Uranus aspects:are favorable to your special interests and to activities for which you are by nature well equipped io handle. Your prompt- « ss is an asset. •" \ MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—This no day for hesitating — when you know what to do and how to do it. But be sure of facts. Take others' suggestions into kindly-consideration. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—There is a time to "stop". Not slow down, but stop. Look carefully for the places most likely to cause trouble; try a new method If need be. But don't be discouraged — EVER. JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—You can do more with this day than you may think at first. Note where errors could occur; apply the breaks whenever necessary — and promptly. Tact, too! AUGUST 23 io SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)—Meet unexpected situations squarely. Plan so as to eliminate waste motion and to keep fit. Industry'has new impetus. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libia)—Do not indulge in • restlessness or make drastic changes in plans during this somewhat mixed period. Be careful In judgment and decisions. • OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Your gentler, more persuasive qualities are the ones to farthest and fastest now. Work requiring skill, home, family affairs, artistic interests most favored. - . NOVEMBER 23 to. DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius)—Those unique ideas and projects could pay off today, especially if na&dled with deftness and skill. Patience may be required in certain per- •onal matters. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY-21 (Cap ricorn)—Yon will" have" better returns from efforts if you are not too anxious or hurried. Some matters may be harder to complete than others but don't shy away from them. . ^^^^^_^_^^ NOTICE Notice is • hereby: given that the following persons have filed application., with the .Clerk of the "Circuit Court for Allegany County to. sell alcoholic beverages in Allegany County, under the provisions of Article 2B of the .Alcoholic Beverages Laws of the State of Maryland: Character of License, name of Applicant and for whom applied, the residence o£ applicant, location of place of business and owner of premises are as fol- " lows: • . • • • CLASS "»'• . BEEB Applicant: Jesse E.-Mellott; Residence of applicant: 13 Fourth St., Cumberland, .Md.; For Whom applied: Jesse E. Mellott; Location of premises: 328 Virginia Ave., Cumberland, Md.; Owner of premises i Louis P. Lutz. . . . ' The" expiration date of all licenses (ranted will be the 30th day of April next utter issuance. . First publication of this notice is No- Tember 4,. 1955. Joseph E. Boden Clerk of the Circuit Court for . Allegany County A*r. Nov. T—4-11. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY » (Aquarius) — Gains promised for work well done. Give a (mart twist to the usual or humdrum — and watch the results. • • •; FEBRUARY II to MARCH 20 (Pisces) -Sudden, unpremeditated change! not advised. Well thought out • and smartly planned matters will yield more in the end, even though they move slowly at first. Showy returns don't always mean success. YOU BORN TODAY are magnetic, likeable, talented and usually a seeker after knowledge, perhaps adventure. You must not go at too strenuous a pace; neither should you act in spurts, hurried and harried.- then idle and worried. Maintain a sense of balance. You have talent, capability . for almost any profession, trade or business you like and for which you will become properly trained. Copyright. 1955, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Nominal Head The president of Israel 'is.only the nominal head of the Israeli government. A parliament and prime minister hold the real power. • Andrew Jackson was'the first U.S. president to ride on "a train, making a 13-mile trip on June 6, 1833.'- . : .'.''•' BUNIONS Get this quick reU.f. Lift* I shoe pressure, toothtf, cushions, protect* the seuaitiv* •pot.Ajk for tbeBunion lire. 0-Schofls lino pads CURLS CAMERA SHOP 20 N. Centre St.! ^eFjr^rj |ff BIG SAVING 1 J AT 'LEY WAREHOUSE ON WHIRLPOOL [Automatic Washers s S REG. 199.95 ^ MODEL ^ REG: 309.95 V MODELJ 9 :, Si OTHER SPECIALS 3-pc. Maple Bedroom OUTFIT ......... 99 " ] \ 5-Piece Dinette GROUPS ... .95 Maple Baby Crib with Mattress ... I =1 I. WAREHOUSE • 1S2 UNION ST. • . . . where all the things you want to buy are found in one fine store urns A DEPARTMENT STORE IN ITS 108th. YEAR For a Junior Social Whir! Dot With soft-os-bunriy tars angora trim at neckline and sleeves. Slot pockets m. tht front pleats is a very new .detail of this brand new<junior fa- shion in grey with white-end black vel- veray dots. 7-15. THRIFT BALCONY DRESSES GLOVE sorr SWASHBUCKLER 6.95 Indian Tan Glove Leather or Black Ruffle Suede Here's why many doctors recommend WITH THOMAS HEELS -WRG» THOMAS I Frequently recommended by physicians and chiropodists, this type of shoe is strongest where ordinary children's shoes are usually weakest — at the inner border of the foot. The Thomas Heel, extra long counter, and strong metal shank all throw their importance into one vital point to help prevent the downward thrust of the arch area of young feet. . •If you suspect your child's feet may be developing abnormally rely on your physician or chiropodist, and rely on our expert fitters to fit him properly with LITTLE YANKEE "Thomas-Heel" shoes — if this type of shoe is recommended. 5.50 to 8.95 SHOES — STREET FLOOR For Young Women Of All Ages Velvets 6.95 to 12.95 Hats of new.dimension and design—an essential part of overall silhouette for fall. Deep-piled, luxurious velvet, hand detailed. 22-22H-23. MILLINERY — SECOND FLOOR 3% Goes With Anything - Anywhere On Earth ' • ' 17.98 • Temp Rtiiito Insulation and water-repellent • Far Town • Theatre • Party Dates Marvelously versatile coat that goes everywhere in style. It's by Judy Lane in lush-plush velveteen . . . completely lined with beautiful iridescent acetate taffetb. Have it in luxuri- ous black. Sizes 8 to 16. THRIFT BALCONY COATS Coast-To-Coast Favorites Mar-Lee Coats For Girli and Sub-Teens GIRLS (7-14) 'All-wool Zibebra— wonderfully warm and interlined with Temp-Resisto lining. Beautiful tailored and detailed ..... ._.,.-,,.. 25. SUB-TtcN (8-14) Luxurious Zibe- lora fabric styled to capture a teen- ager's fancy with luxurious rayon-pile lining . . . 35. • *«•• • C«tilli«n • Mink • Bin* • Re«ewe«4 • Pmfy • i GIRLS' WEAR — SECOND FLOOR

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