Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 15, 1955 · Page 19
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 19

Cumberland, Maryland
Issue Date:
Tuesday, November 15, 1955
Page 19
Start Free Trial

Dial PA-2-4600 for-a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER lo, 1955 NINETEEN: 25—Building Supplits . . STA-DRI Tne Wonder Waterproofing /or that wet cellar; cisterns, etc ..SUPER CONCRETE CO. 405-11 Henderson Avc. Phone PA 2-4260 CARRIER Heatins, Ventilation. Air Conditioning by: ENGINEERING fc SUPPLY COMPANY 2 Williams St. Dial PA 2-7269 AIRCON ' Johns Manville ,. . House Connection Asbestos Sewer Pipe Roots Can't Get In! The Cumberland Cement and Supply Company Rear 419 N. Centre St. '• PA 4-2000 for quality . . . LUMBER and BUILDING MATERIALS MJENT MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. LOCAL. LONG DISTANCE MOVING KLAVUHN TRANSFER. CALL PA-4-2770 CALL The South Cumberland Planing Mill Company 33 Queen. St PA-2-2600 • 2-2601 27—Female Help Wanted MIDDLE aged lady for housekeeping. Young man, four year old bpy v Live in. Exchange references. Call PA 4-5819. •..'..-. •••'•."• WOMAN to keen house. Three in family.' Live in or-out. Apply Box S05-A, c/o Times-News. 28—Male Help Wanted • Sheet Metal-•• MECHANIC & ASSEMBLERS (AIRCRAFT) This is interesting work related to aircraft structures. Will be working from blue-prints. ;Wiremen Men experienced in trouble shoot ing" and wiring complicated electronic equipment. ;'...-'• ., ERGO •' •"• DIVISION ' ACF INDUSTRIES, INC" ' : Riverdale; Maryland ... (located in suburban Washington, D. C.) INTERESTED in salesman, married, family, roust have automobile. Salary to start, also Pension Plan. Apply Burkey Television and Appliance LaVale, Mr.. Yanklevitz. Tri State Detective Night Watchman and Patrol Sendee !1 Tytet Investigation —24 /.'ours UJi'L hone PA-2-2I61 614 LIBERTY TRUST 3—Piano Tunlnf WANTED—4 MEN with mechanical ability. Must have car Above average earnings. See W. L. End ers, 188 N. Centre St. between 9-10 A. M EXPERIENCED auto mechanic to pre pare and service new and used ca: for delivery. Good salary to righ mechanic! Apply: alter 7 P. .M. at the M.G.K. Motor Co. 221 Glenn 'St. RETAIL., store clerk, experienced pre ferred. Write Box 804-A, c/o Times ; News, giving age, experience, refer • cnce. BOYS,,WHITE, age 14 up: work, after school and Saturdays. Earn about $1.50 hr. Apply 3:30 to 5 p. tn., Monday through Friday only: John Pruitt, 2ni floor, 109 S. Smaliwood St. '-TRAVELING AUDITOR' YounK man—single—22 to 35—Accounting school education, but not 'necessarily graduate for auditing work requiring considerable traveling. Permanent position, good salary, all expenses paid Reply giving age. education and persona] data, and we will arrange for personal Interview. COMMERCIAL CREDIT CORP. Butler Bldg., 200 W. Baltimore St. • " BALTIMORE, MD. —Salesmen Wanted ESTABLISHED Insurance and Rea" Estate AS: -y in Cumberland desire •qualified : '-.n for both inside an outside \vi., . ,-ellcnt opportunity fo younger m;i : n;,' permanent posi tion in this • -S3. Salary basis Some insurant-. -:-rience preferred but not required. .Must own car. I .replying, give age, .marital status, ex periencc, current earnings and othc facts considered pertinent. All replic strictly confidential. Write Box 633-A •c/o Times-News. SALESMAN: Curtiss Candy Co. desire ambitious man to take over establish cd retail route in this area. Guaran teed salary plus liberal commission ar 'rangement. Panel truck .furnished, N experience necessary, as we train. De 'posit required to cover working stock For interview write Curtiss .Candy Co c-d Box 802-A Times-News, Cumber land, Md. . 31 — Situations Wanttd MODEL Day Nursery open 8 to S daily Children 2-6. Transportation available Reasonable. Phone PA 2-4816. 32—Instructions KINDEHHOUSE - NURSERY, Reopenin November 14- Enroll children 3 to years — Transportation — Experience! teacher. DialPA 2-0347. TRAIN FOR TODAY'S BEST PROFESSION Our f«t growing tchool will accommodate a few. more "Far-seeing itudenti Enroll todu tor Fill ClaiK*. TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 VA. AVE. CUMBERLAND PA-4-218 Korean Veterans LEARN THE MACHINIST TRADE . NEW CLASSES START NOVEMBER .21 EARN : WHILE YOU LEARN t Allegany Trade Schoo Paca Street (Rear Greene St. Fire Station) 1 CUMBERLAND, MARYLND 31—Musical Mtrthondfc* HAVE RCA planned IwCkicround mud IN YOUR ESTABLISHMENT KUPPENTHAL'S, 3M. Liberty St. 34—Lott «nd Found DIAMOND earring (or pierced «»r lort Fort Hill Audltoriumi or enroute »11 Bedford St. Rewnrd. Phone P 3-S155. LOST—Bl«ck, white und brown m»le don. In LiVile. Collar with n»m Brady. Granbville, Jfd., Phone Grant villt. J37. Finder cull Wv-G. KIln«e PA 4-6130, after S P.M. PA 4-54M Reward. LOST—13" -Stale Bea*Ie, white, brow with Mack taddlt. Vicinity of C6rrl »an»Hle. Reward. Dial PA 8-M1*. LOST—Bine and yellow P*r»ke«t, >'ame "Pee Wee." Reward Phon« PA uo /-Brown ft while Ribbtt Don wi <mll»r. VIcUilU Bein'i C«r«. Pno PA 4-6SM. 5—Miiccllanfleut EPTIC TANKS CLEANED - Modem equipment. Bl-Stan DlipotaJ Service. Write or Phone Lonaconiitg HO-3-4401. lock Laying & Cement Work PHONE PA-2-2699 WELL DRILLING jro. ezp. Moden Heel equipment 'limp Installations, Galvanized Casing V CARPENTER WELJ DRILLING Co. '. O. Box 352. Cumb. Ph. RE-8-9300. ARLJTZ Horn* Improvement Co. Build' t Contractor. Johns-Manvill* Ltuelbrie ding. Roofini. Block layini. PA-4-0255. .QUENTIN L. GRIFFEY BUILDING CONTRACTOR LLERSLIE, MD. PHONE PA-4-2282 EMODEL1NG, Repairs, New Building, Ganges, Rooms Added, Attics, Club Cellars. Frank Burton, Buildini Con tractor. PA 2-4.33. SMALL MOTOR REPAIRS All makes Air-Cooled Motors EAST STREET DIAL PA 4-5583 BUILDING AND REMODELING Repairs.of all kinds OLL1NS CONSTRUCTION CO. RE 8-8911 8—Moving, Storing JOHN APPEt TRANSFER. U>CAU U>NG DISTANCE MOVING AGENT GREYVAN LINES. PHONE PA-4-1623 BENNETT Local — Long Distance PHONE PA 2-6770 HEADERS TRANSFER, LOCAL LONG DISTANCE . AGENT NORTH AMERICAN VAN LjNES PH. PA-4-3900 9—Painting, paperhanging APERHANGING * mtb End W»llp«p*r Shop. 331 V». AT*. AINTING-Paperhanging, inside-outside decDrating. Marshall Corley, 9 Cresap St. Phone PA 2-4445. WALLPAPER REMOVING FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE J. KOJiZAL PA 2-6897 0—-Personals US Restyllng — Guaranteed fc Insured, teddy Furriers, Annapolis, Md., Agent Mrs. Brant, Phone PA 4-1857. The gift that will cheer every, day rough the year like a letter from home, end the Evening Times, Sunday Times, r the Cumberland News as a Christmas ift. The first issue will arrive in a color- 1 holiday wrapper. Christmas Gift ard bearing your name will be sent with ach gift subscription. Out-of-Town Mail inscriptions only. Call Circulation Dept. ial PA 2-4600. . XPERTS CLAIM a comfortable mat- ess is the key to a good night's rest, et .us put the "comfort" back in thai mpy, bumpy mattress ot yours. Mat- esses of all sizes made to order. Cum- erland Mattress Factory. Ph. PA 2-1105. 1—Professional Services RESSMAKING — Alterations—Tailoring 'Baltimore St. • Phone PA-t-5759 BERTHA AVIS SEARLES YEGLASS REPAIRING, Broken Lenses Replaced - Prescriptions Filled, Thos. C. Habbs, 59 Perilling St. 'iano Tuning and Repairing aurence Griffith PA-2-1633 .OBERT W. MORELAND, ASPT, Tunes Repain School, Church, and Home Pianos. PA-4-1084. Used pianos. 46—Radio, T-V Service Allegany Amusement TV Factory authorized service Genuine /octorf p«rt« Service daily 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. unday 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. PA 2-4783 Strand TV- We repair all lets (ram A 'Admiral) to (Zenith). 29-A S. Centre St. PA-2-7220 Rer 6 phone PA-2-1914.' CUMBERLAND ELECTRIC CO. • V serrlces on all. makes—Guaranteed. itc-Sunday service available. PA-2-6191 GUARANTEED RADIO SERVICE peciallzinc In home and auto radio- 30LAN'S II N. George St PA-4-5550 0—Upholstering Display Classified NOBLWTT \UJNG* OlfllKlP NOWPY WIWIM MHi* TO HEAR WO UPHOLSTERING Punltur* Automobllt AUTO CONVERTIBLE TOPS / TRUCK SEATS TARPAOUKS . HASTINGS ALUMINUM AWNINGS loo. S.' Warner. 1323 V2. Ave. PA-4-0774 povetn itiM IWN i^SjK^^sfWWte WHEW VOU POUT yfefiblli^S^ **rmf u/*mc) /£il™jUSi>y.'<^s.«v ; ^^~-- ; Lh:^. MUfiHT rrr FRIENP..A5OJT HER WHITACRE'S UPHOLSTERING . Recovering and rctrtng E. Erode 555 Greene PA-3-U90 . -s ROYCE, WA.LKIMG TOWARD TH" EWER! AK'P. _ THAT 6PAP Solet and S»rvlc. P/^.2-2790 UPHOLSTERING ohn TroxeU, 222 Davidson St. PA-4-2M1 1—Vacuum Cleaners Open Monday Eves AUTO GLASS VACUUM-CLEANER Parts & Service A-2-5070 1302VA.AVE Display Classified TWESE TvVO ARE YOU LOOK LIKE A KINO DEAR.' . COULP 1 ASK / CAN YOU TO (4OU> / ASK P006IE'S THERE'S THAT FRESH LITTLE WOLF WHOS I THATZOROtf AOWAT5.TRYING TO L POLU ATTEKTIOM./ STEWART-AMP WS IS Watches Jewelry Diamonds if USE OUR 5 CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY SELL'S Jewelry Stor* 54 Pershing St. (Next to Post Offict) t'OR LAND CLEARS Use your 1st Natl. Charge Account BEERMAN PA 4-0250 619-52] N. Mecbinle SU (Juit «boT» Villej St.) MOMK'MOM/RUN^ FOR YOUR LIFE//* THERESA MOUSE THE LIVING txcaiating — Trenching — Grading We Are Equipped To Do Yom Job With 200 Pieces ot Equipment Shovcli, Cronti, Bock Ho«». Trenching Machine!, Dozen, Compwtors end Drills, Buck*! Leaden. Tractor-Trailtra or Heavy Hauling, Trucks, etc OPSOIl FILL GROUND ROAD MATERIAL Baughman Contracting, Inc. TELEPHONE PA-2-4588 1 -VISIT LOANS Phoo* — then come tn for 3B t» CSQf more, on or csc. LIBERTY tRUSl CO. «LDG CUMIHIAND PA-J-WN :_YEAH. MAN! 'WAY DOWN DEER? MX) GOT MORE. CHARGES YOU WAN FIFTY 6UV HEARD OF_ WHO'S YELLIN ? DUNNO \VHO CAN WHAT YOU GEE.THANKS! OH, HEAD I/\OU1?E SOT.' MTGOSHl INTH' WHAT HIT ME? }. BRG, WHERE A GOOD CHANCE TO RIGHT HERE YELUNf AT ME! FOR TOUR HOME ARE YOUR WINDOW NEEDS Venetian Blinds custom made, cleaned- — rtpaircd Awnings JASCO Storm Doors & Windows Draperies & Drapery Rods Ornamental Iron Railings JOHN E. SHARP & CO. 401 N. Mechanic Ph. PA 2-7620 FOR STEPS ft STOOP HOUJETIME GUARWT&l WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS WARNER'S — &A.CK. W TOE STATES OOHT LET "tM W. oo'wrcusT.'eAN l A'AS A 0000 WAIST BEIN' CHINE5C.TH' MESS 60KJINT JHT AIM- EP T'BE NEisH8oei.y» WHEN HE SEEVHP YE CHOP SUEV... NOW I KNOW YOKE ALL NICE BOYS-EVEN EF'N Y'AEE KINPA men -SPIRITED] &UT TH' BOSS KEENUL ALLOWS THAT V'WENT TOO CONCRETE • POWER • STEEL SEPTIC TANKS EXCAVATING STORAGE TANKS TRENCHING McMullen Hwy. Mc-ye Information Call: PA-2-8484 or 2-8485 AVE your TV repaired at home by technician of 28 yrs. electronic experience. Reasonable prices. PA-4-1718. IKE a letter from home every day hrough the year: To your son or daugh- er In the Armed Services, or your boy r girl away at school . . . Send the umberland -News, The Evening or unday Times. Call: Circulation Dept. 'A 2-4600. 47—Real Estate For Sale :HIS Is a comparatively new brick property in an excellent location and in excellent condition. Five rooms and bath on first floor and two large rooms on second. Warm air heat with registers In each room. Gas fired furnace. Price for a limited time $10.000.00. Harry B. Simpson, Phone PA 2-5760 or PA 2-3723. 6 Rooms, bath, furnace, garage In basement. Immediate possession. Cres- ptown J6,500 FLOYD P. GRACE REALTOR Dial RE 8-9532 \ats acreage. City water, gas. Improved roads. Bowling Green, Potomac Park. Small payment plan. Phone PA 4-1424. CAN SELL YOUR PROPERTY OPIE ANNAN PHONE PA-2-7733 Th« HAROLD It- PLKTCHER Co. Mortgtfe Banterj-Kc»l Estate-Insurant* PHA Bodford. Pa. Phone 1048 V/A STORM WINDOWS ALUMINUM BY UP INSTALLED Low Priced HIGH Quality Aluminum Self-Storing Combination Don't Buy PRICE Alone—Get QUALITY! CALL PArkview 2-6030 ALUMINUM DOORS*44 50 CO. INC. 'O settle an estate we have been authorized to offer double inselbrick covered property located 51-53 Boone Street. The rental income from this property is almost 14% gross on the asking price of 58,000.00. Harry B. Simpson, Phone PA 2-5760 or PA 2-3723. ,OT for sale, excellent location in North •Cumberland, paved street and sidewalk, alley blacktopped. Phone PA 4-0969 after 6 P. M. 2 FARMS FOR SALE 7 acres. 3 room house, ideal for hunting :amp. J750. located on Dan's Run, W. Va. "Jew 4 room modern bungalow, 35 acre:. lose to Fort Ashby on hard luriaco oad. J. S. BUTTON, Realtor/ Rldgelcy, W. Va» RE 8-8700 after 5P.M. MAYBORY-POLAND REALTY AGENCY REAL ESTATE BROKERS PHONE PIEDMONT Ml] CUMBERLAND and Mt.-Savage homes. How much can you pay down? Write: Box 803-A c-o Times-News.- . 200 ACRE farm with land 'and Umber. Phone HOmcstead 3-6854 Box 94, LonaconlnK ROOM HOUSE, 411 Broadway. :in first- class condition, concrete stucco on tile, bath, stoker furnace, automatic water heater, modern cabinets in kitchen, jrarage in basement. The price is reasonable and can be purchased on very easy terms to responsible party. Phone. PA 2-6328. 48—Roofing, Spouting SOOFING, Sldlnc. FREE Storm Door .with every siding Job. Easy Terms. Charles Atkinson. Phone PA 3-0792. TOMES HOME Improvement Co. Phone PA 2-1894 or PA 2-7427. General contractor In Roofing, John«-Manville In- selbric Siding. No down payment. 427 Columbia SL Cumberland. Md. . . N«» > ftooftM. onttan. CMdueMn Mrtal W*rk, all trpca. Btcrf Paiillnt IS It». El>. ALEX J SCHUTE PA-J-WM •oorma IPOUTINO cmma . Aatnm Win, Pfemt CO-4-3W7 ROOFING SPOOTING FUKNACES GUARANTEED WORK . ALFRED FAIRALL PHO>!E PA J-7U3 Drc»- Fikrler Scr««M-t*-Ontcr. GfcO. BRAGG, UaVALB, PH. PA-W«1J Furniture Upholstering, Repair* Canvas It Aluminum Awnings DAQQtiM T O!a>«, Most Retlibl* rUOOEiLil ortr » Vean «» Ql» 01 rrrttrttk St *'.phoa» PA*471i RUSCO Window & Supply 203 SOUTH GEORGE STREET • With RUSCO-you can be SURE! STOP FIGURING EXCELUM SAVES YOU TIME AND MONEY 3-TRACK "SENATOR" Ruggedly constructed of 63ST5 EXTRUDED aluminum. Includes two storm aid one screen section. Fingertip changeover allows maximum year 'round protection. Completely SELF STORING. ALSO • COMBINATION DOORS • JALOUSIES • PERMANENT AWNINGS APC METAL PRODUCTS Box 43, Oldtown Rood Phone PA-4-1234 VOU SAVE money In the long run, which is just another way of saying that the longer your ad runt the lower per day your rate becomes. Order your ad to run until notified and get the best rate obtainable for the number of times that it runs. EXECUTRIX' NOTICE • THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphan's Court of Allegany County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of John W. Andrews, late of Allesany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 28th day 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 arc requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 38th day of October, 1955. DOROTHY ANDREWS. Executrix. 412 Walnut Street. Cumberland. Md. Adv.—T-Nov. 1-5-15-22 ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTICJ2 THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphan's Court of Allcgany County, Maryland, letters of Administration on the estate of Christina Adela Askey. late of Allegany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit | the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the !8th day of April. I35S. 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 makt Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 28th d*y o/ October, 1955. MAHY C. ROBERTS. Administratrix, 24 Ridse Terrac* Cumberland. Md. Adv.—T-Xov. 1-8-15-22 • Display Classified VeneiianBlinds Custom Mode, Laundry, Repairs CTflDU oiunm .WINDOWS DOORS ALUMINUM WINDOW PRODUCTS CO. 420 Columbia Av«. PA 2-7011 They'll Do It Every Time By Jimmy Hado NEEDS REDECOR4TINS l»SlDE.4Nt>OUT- UMLESS VW DO NO/? FOR THE RENT YOU'RE PAYM6, EVER/THINS IS PLENT/GCCD ENOUGH.' OMLV 7M/M6 ', TME LORO, WOULD DO FOR THE TPE/MBLECf-MS WAS RX THEM WITH ICY ST4RE ON THE FRITZ- TUE PIPES ARZ BUSTED WE'RE SOIM5 TO A10VE TWEV UP AtiD MOVED. HOW OLD MOTHIE IS FIXING UP THE PLXJCE . $2OOO WORTH-FOR A NEW TENWftt EVEN SEEN YET — | FOR RENT COMPLETELY RENOWttO 7-ROOM MOOSe ALL MOOERU SLECTCiC .APPLIANCES WILL DBCOSTfE INTERIOR TO SUFI TEHAtfT Of TJS. The Importance of Quality not here is hardly anything in the world that someone o make a little worse and sell a little cheaper — and the people who consider price alone are this man's lawful prey." . — John Rtukin WIEBEL & WORKMEISTER YMf'IiMrMce Agents. • ••;'.. PERSONAL SERVICE PROTECTION • Auto • Fir* •Casualty • Lift Insurance it. RIAL ISTATI Diol P A 4-33W Mother Admits Choking Infant LAUREL Cfl .— Mrs. Dorothy Terrell Willow, 23, will appear in! trial magistrate's court today to; answer charge's she strangled 'her 13-day-old daughter. Police Chief Jack L. Larrimore : said Mrs. Willow had admitted! |choking the child with a piece of [muslin. The baby was found dead in its jcrib last Friday. Several pieces of Icloth had been wrapped tightly Uround its neck. Mrs. Willow's 14| month-old son also was in the crib. " -,.' Mrs. Willow's husband, an Army sergeant, was at Ft. Dix, N.J. awaiting transfer to- Europe when he telephoned home and learned of the death. She was planning. to join her husband overseas when he Count! living quarters. : Mrs. Willow was being held without bond. , • WISHING WELU®. Registered U. S. Patent Office. S SMcKeldin ^ (Continued from Page 12) confidently until he (Elsenhower) makes his decision," '; • The Maryland govcrnpr challenged any .interpretation .of last week's elections .as a sign ot a popular swing back to the Den cratic party on a national level. "The opposition leadership — or most of it — lost the primary in Kentucky." he said. "After beating the bosses, it was no surprise and no upset for 'Happy' Chandler to 7 Y 8 D 4 I O 7 Y 5 A 6 U ' 3 R 5 F 8 A 7 Y ± •E 3 X 2 L. 3 R 4 R C 3 S 6 V S N 4 X 5 0 6 B 5 C 6 A tt G •J. E S U - 2 4 U 3 E •i B 3 R A 3 T 7 O G L T i S 4 S 5 E 4 W 8 I 4 S 5 A t> ' E. 6 P B R 6 A V R 6 G 1 T *> H 6 4 G 5 F T 5 I T 4 S G 8 S 3 U I S X 4 L P I P S A 4 K D £> i T 4 I 3 H *> E t> I 4 A ti D E t> T 3 R 4 O 3 G 7 O 5 L S . E R 6 E H ERE is a pleasant little game.that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical piuzle designed to spell out your.fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of .letters is 6 or -" .more, subtract 4. If the nuiv.ber is less than 6, add 3, The result Is— •' your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner 'of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then -read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. ' :.'. * . 0 DM. by Wiilitm J. Miller. Di«tr«>ut«l by Klnf F«»turt«, Inc. U'lS win the (Democratic gubernatorial primary) election last Tuesday. ^"Despite the hard work of their popular governor ( Democrat tional issues; They vote in accord with local issue and local personalities," Of C To Conduct Degree Work Tonight Cumberland Council 586. Knights be sure, but- in one New York of Columbus, will hold first degree to win control of either house in the .New Jersey Legislature. "Republican mayors were tea ted in a number ot daces, to town an independent won ovec both the Republican and Democratic candidates. work for a class-of candidates today at 8:30 p. m. at the Council Home. "The well-informed people of to- A luncheon will be served follow- day .don't vole (or mayors on na-jing the degree work, ' • I

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free