Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 14, 1955 · Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1855 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Southern States Will Hold Planning Meet <A planning conference is being held at 7 p. m. today in Algonquin Hotel by Southern Stales Cooperative: "..'•'•• "Among speakers is A. Houston Booth, district manager. Grayson D. Solomon, Cumberland branch manager, said plans for a "house- w'arming" program will be discussed. ! Phantom Of The Auto GAINESVILLE, Fla.-OV-'John Michell found his automobile's chrome headlight rims hanging on the radio aerial, along with this note:"You're lucky, pal —They won't fit mine. The Phantom." Put a little vinegar in any new frying pan and bring it to a boil. This process will prevent food from sticking. Hunting for a refrigerator 7 that zips out ice cubes-stores them so they never stick? ENJOY THE COMING FROM FRIGIDAIRE NOV. 16 FREE! $100,000 IN PRIZES! Come to your Frigidaire Dealer's Gigantic *Fre«-for-alL" You can win a complete'"New Lift To living IGtchen-laundry!" or a new Cadillac convertible or any of 150 other prize*. You can win simply by telling us which new FrigidaH-e Appliance you like best and why. Prize contest begins November'16, Wednesday — ask yowr dealer for detail*! Printing Pact Signed By Unions, Company Copies of a printing contract have been signed by Printing Trades Council, Typographical; Union 244 and the Pressman's Local 254 with Cumberland Office Supply Company. Joseph E. Mackert Jr.,' signed for D. Luteman, chairman of the Scale Committee, for the Typographical Union. Fred D. Steiding, president, signed for the company, oldest print ing firm in the tri-state area which began operations at its 1'our HoroM*o|M k Venus, the Moon planetary aspects present site. 17 Street, in 1910. North Liberty Georgia is the largest state east of the Mississippi. Look In the »ection In which youri birthday comet and find what your outlook is, according to the stars, For Tuesdir, November 15, 1935 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)-.Most encouraging planetary rays.. A fine j period for research, making improve,. r, -, __j >»„„ •v»5' ''inents. necessary expansion; also for the Council and Mrs. Mary persona!> family and artistic affairs. Be consistent in effort. APRIL 21 to .MAY 2o (Taurus) — Your and other favorable are stimulating and helpful to your special Interests. A good period for venturing into new fields in order to Increase assets, promote security. MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini) — Mercury, among [he vfell aspected planets, now encourages all mental work. Study, teaching, advertising, authoring stories and books, bookkeeping, secretarial matters among the many activities sponsored Care stressed in investments. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer) — A pleasant mood and a productive tempo urged now. Much good can be achieved; new and unusual activities can be undertaken. Fresh starts in business,' manufacturing encouraged. > JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo) — You should find plenty of opportunities during this generous period. Take advantage of them. Your general know-how and specific talents are needed. As you earn, spend wisely; save, too. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo) — Day stimulates, favors judgement and ingenuity. Be your inventive, intuitive self. Personal interests can also •advance. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra) — No matter your age or occupation you should gain fresh benefits now, perr haps .achieve beyond anticipation. Mental keenness, physical well-being under heartening rays. Good going! OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio) — Promptness will help you reach your goals now. You are clever but max. put off DOING until the last hours of the day. Get as early a,start as possible. Dave Gutter's GOOD FOOD Clarvsville Inn will be CLOSED from Nov. 7 to Nov. 17 NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius) — Financial g»ins, quick «• urns from investments may not be poi< sible but the day can be a constructive, beneficial one for personal advancement, gaining .fresh credits, making business icadway. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Ca Tokyo Professor Has BabyFormula TOKYO W) - Prof. Hajime Uda of Tokyo's Meiji University has come up with quite a theory on how to tell whether women will have girl babies or boy babies. If the husband IF-well fed, he's likely to father girls. If the bus- prieorn) — Public issues, manufacturing b an( j j s "tired OUt, perennially un- promoting, dealing in lumber, paper, ,...,„ .•*,.„ .„„,, .... promoting, tools, machinery under helpful aspects, Mental work and artistic matters also sponsored. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius) — Your planet Uranus finely positioned now. Much can be achieved. Don't dally over unimportant tasks, pointless details, small talk. Put your best self to work. FEBRUARY 21 .to MARCH 20 (Pisces) — Strictly confidential matters may need double checking. • Nevertheless this day can be a good one — and superior. in many ways. New .ventures, if sound, can be undertaken with faith. YOU BORN TODAY are cndowe'd with a strong character; are'highly talented, clever and efficient. But you can also be domineering and self-opinionated unless you recognize that these traits are harmful to your happiness, career and everyday life. Humility is a great aid 10 high achievement, lasting contentment Keep impiovicg your education and knowledge,. and cultivate^ your entertaining talents, too. Birthdaie: Mm. Herschel, famed astronomer. Copyright. 1955, King Features Syndicate,'Inc. dernourished" • he will tend "to sire male heirs more frequently," says, the professor. Uda says he made a survey of 10 Lowns and villages before reaching his conclusions. He 'found more jirls born in fishing villages, where ;he men are well nourished from a hefty fish diet. Uda concedes his theory hasn't got much support-from others so far. • • . ' First Auto Rider William McKinley was the first president of .the United States to ride in an automobile. It was an ambulance and he was dying from an assassins bullet. ' Fallacy The popular notion that a person comes up three times before drowning is a fallacy. A person may come up many times, or -»! at all, Depending upon '• various conditions. Two Area Men Enlist lii Army; The local Army recruiting office has; enlisted two area men, who have been assigned to the Signal Corps. „. Scheduled for eight weeks of basic,.training at Fort Jackson, S. C., /are Gerald J. Loibel, son of Mr and Mrs. John J. Loibel Jr., 924 Bedford Street; and Robert Peer; of. Augusta, W. Va. Loibel-is a graduate of LaSalle High School and was in his sophomore : year at Frostburg State Teachers College.-Peer is a graduate of Romney High School. After basic training the two enlistees will be sent either to Camp Gordon, Ga., or Fort Monmouth, N. J. ,. ' x Sfc. Deneal Phillips, in charge of the local • recruiting station, announced the enlistments are" now'open for direct assignment to Korea. District Judge Affected* By 'No Smoking! Order; < DALLAS, Tex. tf> —.District Judge William McGraw huhg\a;BQ : smoking sign on his" brand .'new' courtroom. .'• ., ' v i. : , This is going to hurt me; more than anyone else 4 ," he said. Iirhis old courtroom, h'e had the .habit of smoking-cigars continuously while on the bench. ... ;.''.' , :; >: i A single quart of sea water may contain as many as 100,000 plankton, microscopic ocean organisms on which fish feed. FUNERAL FLOWERS £'5.00 Funeral Basket BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 N. Liberty St. Ph. PA-J-4J30 HOSPITAL TESTED Wonder Working Formula Gives Amazing Relief From Pains of RHEUMATISM, ARTHRITIS I • • You Are Cordially Invited To Attend A FREE LECTURE ON ; /CHRISTIAN; •. SCIENCE:-: SUBJECT: Christian Science; .Certain and Complete Healing Available ,,••;-•;; " Fo.r;All. : / • . V . ••..:. • ' : ..;;.. . _•-• • "~ r " • »*• • '.-'+••'' ' ' ' '. '- • ' ' LECTURER: John D. Pickett, CS. Chicago, Illinois, Member of the Board ; of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of : ; ' :: -'':'. Christ,'Scientist, in/Boston, Mass. •;'•.'.•••''••• • -••..•' < PLACE: ' • Fort' Cumberland Hotel Ballroom, Cumberland, Maryland. TIME: V;; /Sunday, November 20, .1955,,af3:15 P. M., Auspices of First V:-. t S: Church; of Christ> -Scientist, Cumberland, Maryland. wmst H an'l ntantary to b« plagwd by annoying paira of rheumatism," orrtirttij, neuritis, thankj to a hojpital-t«t«d, scientific anal- gnie formula coned PRUVO—thousands ho>« diicov«r»d they con •nic.y glorious poin ! fr«« hours. And you can tool For n«w, improved PRUVO provides 7 important! advantages: (1) New PRUVO brings welcome relief from comfort-robbing pain. (2) Sets up o pain barrier against secondary distress. (3) Works faster because it's absorbed in the bloodstream quickly. U) Acts without upsetting the stomach. (5) Gives more comfort in work ond sleep. (6) Costs only pennies o day. (7) Contains Vitamin C—JO essential to maintenance of eicstid.Ty in connecting Ks- vi«s in ioints and body generally. In cam of sever* pains see your doctor. continue »O suffer Medleniy from distressing pains of rheumatism, arthritis, neuritis. 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He's making a $ 500 phone call - This man is 'doing what thousands of people do every day. He is calling Household Finance and arranging for a loan-by-phone. Later on, he'll stop in and get his - loan quickly, plus life insurance-protection without extra cost. *20 tO $1000 without endorsers C«li Y»« 0.1 * $100 200 300 500 1000 MONT 14 fajimti S24.62 •48.44 HIY PA' 20 paymli S 6.72 13.44 20.16 28.88 56.81 I-MENT 1 12 ' boymti S10.05 20.09 30.14 46.09 90.58 'LANS 6 ptytnli $18.46 36.92 55.38 89.34 175.43 Payments above include costs of the loan if repaid an ichtdult. Chat res on loans abaci $300 art modi.under the Industrial Financt You too can get extra cash this easy, modern way. Requirements are simple to meet. You get fast, friendly service. Phone for your loan — and get it fast—from HFC- America's oldest and largest consumer finance company! OUSEHOLD FINANCE 12 South Centre St., S. E. Cor: Baltimore 2nd Floor—Dial PA 2-5200—Cumberland toons Made to Residents of Nearby Towns Men disaster crosses you up. SIEGLER'S GAS AND OIL HEATERS WARM MORNING COAL HEATERS FOR CASH THE CHEAPEST FOR CREDIT "THE EASIEST PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE REINH ART'S ,'•' 17 BALTIMORE ST. < 2 VEGETABLES ROLLS and BUTTER 1 SPECIAL! Gleaning & Pressing (all deluxe cleaning) 3 Pant* or 3 Shirts .. 3 Pants or £,.| 3 Skirts MOM ^ J Free Call & Delivery 2-Hour Cleaning Valid Anytime up to 2:30 Open Monday Night UNTIL 9 P. M. GEORGE ST. CLEANERS, Inc. Cor. George & Union Sts. Dial. . . PA 2-5440 dependable insuivnce wont lei you down! * s-t 500 CI«rk-Kcthng Building » — SO Icltimert St. SKATING Tuesday, Thursday Saturday, Sunday Saturday, Sunday Afternoon All Sessions Supervised Special Rates to Churches and Schools on Tuesday & Thursday Evenings Only Wt i<ll only Ihi v.ry but in Chicago and Clivtland the* tkalit. That's why w* can gauranlte oil >het .kotts. Tht PIXIE far $O AC th. imall fry "''•' Sptcial for two weeki only our S14.9S She* Skattt S NOW Shot Skat.i ond SkaH $ Cot* . . . SPECIAL .. All tint in stack, order now for Chriitmoi . . . Phon« PA J-»7OT "CHARGE IT" ...Yes ... First National Charge Accounts ARMORY Th* Skating Rink of R*fin*m*nt Annual Soroptimist BENEFIT DANCE COMPLETE SELL-OUT! ' Sorry—No more reservaffons available. No tickets will be sold at the door on Friday night. *. •'v . \ : ''..'•• BRING YOUR FILM WORK lo be developed. RAND'S • 14 Hour Service WE SEU FILM OF All KINDS RAND'S .Cor. Baltimore fnd Centre Sta. \ . NEXT ATTRACTION '"DAVY CROCKETT j INDIAN SCOUT'' WITH GEORGE MONTGOMERY PIUS . ; ' ACADEMY AWARD WINNER GARY COOPER in ;.. : "ALONG CAME JONES with LORETTA YOUNG . ..•'.• It's Not Too Late to Make Yoiir^ Contribution to the Cumberland Community ', Chest. Help Keep the Agencies ^Functioning. Mail it to 514 Liberty Trust Bldg. or Phone PA 2-2700 SUPER <SQ 7:00 9:00 Tonight irr^V Cinemascope!; ;J . and .'•'";' "•technicolor • "Brigadopn* Gene Kelly . . .Cyd ..: Charjise HIT NO., 1 FIRST RUN! , Pirjrnount p HUMPHREY BOGART 'FREDRIC . MARCH WILLIAM WYtER'S of • PLUS HIT NO. 2! THE DESPERATE HOURS .. THE HIT THAT ENTHRALLED OUR 'SNEAK PREVIEW AUDIENCE LAST WEDNESDAY 1 PLUS HIT NO, 31 fEATURE:AT-: ; ; - 17:3«- 2:27- 4:1«; 6:09 - .8:00 - »:50 Wh*n h« cam* lo hw roo«n»l ntaW.'.. Jxema ' JEAN GRANGER • SIMMONS MEET THE STAR IN PERSON ALDORAY Aff EARING IN OUR THEATRE LOIIY FRIDAY, NOV. II ONLY FROM 3:15 t. 3:45 P.M. •nd 7:30 r. 1:45 P.M. AMAZINa AOVENTURE.ROMANCEIPD STARTS FRIDAY \

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