Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 21, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Monday, November 21, 1955
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SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1955 Dial. PA-2-4600.for a WANT AD T«k.r r Reluctant Bandit Walks From Store ST. LOUIS W) — The holdup man appeared even more reluctant than his intended victims, three employ- es of a St. Louis county school. "We're just working people," said one of the employes. "We haven't any money." "Oh well," replied the meek bandit, "this is a toy gun anyway. Just forget about it." With that, he left. Defended British Troops John Adams, who later became second U.S. president, anxious that justice should be done, served as the lawyer for the defense|| of the British soldiers who were arrested after the Boston massacre. Andrew Carnegie distributed nine tenths of his fortune in gifts, among which were 8000 church organs, 3000 libraries and 500 universities and colleges. Smells fresher... and that's not ALL- < to YOU er spread tastes fresher! No other spread is zipped to your table jaster — orJresher/So—. Taste Mrs. Filbert's Margarine—then the expensive spread. Isn't Mrs..Filbert's every bit as 'mild, sweet— 'fresh? If you don't agree, write— tell why; send Spread-Smoother panel from your carton. Mrs. Filbert's pays you. 60^! (One offer to a family, please; offer ends in 2 months.) MORE sunshine vitamin D than in the expensive spread, least 15,000 units of vitamin A in every pound! Try Mrs. Filbert's jiesh- tasting Margarine tonight! MRS.FIIBERTS MM. M. V. Filberf Only a woman • could make it so good.' : Fresh-wrapped in gold aluminum fell mas. Insurance is our Business! Bowles To Give TV Fans 'Guided Tour' Of India STAR AT BANK OPENING—Hollywood was represented as more than 6,000 persons visited the Second National Bank's newly-renovated quarters during open, house sessions. Aldb Ray, Hollywood -movie star who was here on a personal appearance tour in connec- tion with a film shown at the Maryland Theater, was among the guests. Left to right are.Lois. Fisher, Angela McClure, Ray, Marie. Naughton (standing in front -of Ray), Isabella-Thomas,. Mabel Shack, Anna Lilya, and John H. Mosher,,'bank vice : president.. By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK lift-How would you ike to make a televised tour ol he British Empire with Winston Jhurchill as your guide? Or how ••.bout a guided tour of London with \ : oel Coward taking you by the arm? ' ' This is, the cunwpl of a new and truly diflercnl type of filmed television; program which appears oir NBC-TV Thanksgiving Day. 11 t doesn't interfere with your turkey it will be worth taking a ook at •.•Assignment: India", wnen Chester Bowles, 'former U.S. Ambassador to India, guides you through that changing country. "Lee's not call it a docu mehtary," says NBC executive producer Ted'Mills, who conceived this different type of "by-line" program. "Let's call it nonfiction. I knk'we have here the television equivalent of a first-rate magazine piece. We are sticking to the thinking of one authorataUve . person— the guide, who in the case of India is .Chester Bowles. We operate as craftsmen and he as the guiding force;" Earlier.this year a 12-man camera crew spent seven weeks color- filming life in India under the direction of Robert Graff. Bowles, v/ho was in India for much of the filming, "was the/architect of the plan," says'Graff. It's planned eventually to release "Assignment: India" to motion picture 'theaters. Both -Graff and Mills-and many others, who • iave seen a preview of the nl%- hope it's only the first of-other! -Assignment" films to come. .Mills declines to say whether contracts ;ave been signed for future films, jut he lets his fancy roam with • such images as Churchill on the British Empire and Coward.-on London. . , • , , Policeman Given Ticket While Checking Prints ROCKFOHD. HI- a - While Loves' 'Park policeman Gerald Fitzgerald was visiting the Rock- • ford police' headquarters to check on fingerprints, a cop put the finger on his car for a parking viola? tion. .'•.., "I didn't see the sign that said no parking from 3 to 6 p. m. until after I got the ticket," officer Fitzgerald said.. •••.•• ; K R BRINGS YOU EVERY FOOD- KEEPING CONVENIENCE YOU'VE EVER WANTED 0>/C ' GENERAL INSURANCE AND SURETY BONDING Clark-Keating Building — 50 Baltimore Street 30th ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL CLEANED and PRESSED PLAIN LADIES & MENS SUITS COATS DRESSES PANTS SKIRTS SWEATERS SHIRTS 50 C Cash & Carry EACH 3 FOR $1,00 CASH * CARRY, 9x12 RUGS $3.95 CLEANED IN PLANT OUT 'SZ,r uf __ , __ "DIAL PA AUTAND DEUVER SOUTH END CLEANERS & DYERS 219 Virginia Avenue CITY CLEANERS & DYERS §01 N. Ctnfrt Corner of Valley Street (MODiL KP-llO). ^^ ... M ,GHOICt OF 8 tXCIJIHG. HEW COLORS! Now you can match your refrigerator to your kitchen color icheme... and the99 new Kelvinaton offer Automatic Defrosting. • AS LOW AS A WEEK After small down Dayman! GREEN - HAR7MAN APPLIANCES 198 N. CENTRE ST. ' ',or. N. Centre & Market Sts. Phone PA 4-0730 Miles Out Of Senate Race; Malioney Ready BALTIMORE IJI — In a week end fraught with political developments, one prominent Maryland Democrat turned his hack on.the U.S. Senate race while two others appeared ready to embrace it. Clarence Miles, former president of a the Baltimore Orioles and a prominent Baltimore attorney and civic leader, -said he definitely would not be a candidate. "My decision has been reached in-the light of some very recent professional commitments," he said. Miles also said he had reached the decision because of "certain important civic activities in which I am' vitally interested and in deference to the very definite wishes of my family." George P.. Malioney, a Baltimore County contractor to whom politics is an avocation, came close -io saying he was a candidate. And a speech by Mayor Thomas D'Ale's- andro' of Baltimore was widely interpreted as 'an announcement he will run for the Senate. Mahoney, 'the Democratic nominee for the Senate in 1952 and an unsuccessful aspirant for the party's gubernatorial nomination in 1950 and 1954, told the Lake Shore Democratic Club in Anne Arundel lounty he wasn't ready to announce his plans. 'I do not think such an announcement' would be in the best interests of the Democratic Party right now,".Mahoney said. Still, he told the club the Democrats could elect, a senator in 1956 with "a united hardworking party organization plus a candidate who will appeal to the great'mass of the voters." And Mahoney later noted that 406,370 persons voted for him for senator in 1952. "giving me the largest vote any Democrat ever received for in the history of Maryland." ' .-.. : D'Alesandrp did his speaking at the • 22nd annual meeting • of the Italo Balbo Society, an Italian- American organization of which he is honorary president. • He told the gathering that with their "help and prayers" he would "go to the Senate." ^ . State Sen. Bertorelli (D-Balto 1st) who .followed .the mayor with his own speech, told the 500 persons present they had just' heard • "an informal' announcement", of the mayor's candidacy. Rep. Garmatz (D-Md) .devoted his talk to praising the-mayor and telling of his qualifications for the Senate. Both he and Bertorelli TOPS In QUAIITY Imperial «CE CREAM pledged themselves to back the mayor in the effort: ' j Miles' .possible, candidacy had been hailecj by those party members who would like to keep Mahoney on the sidelines in 1956'. His disavowal of plans to Campaign left them casting about for another likely candidate. Among those mentioned have been former senator Millard E. Tydings,. .who lost his seat in a bitter 1950 campaign to John Marshall Butler; whose- term expires next year; former ,U. S; Solicitor General Philip B: Perlman and former Gov. William Preston Lane Jr. of Hagerstown. Sleep Tonight Without ARTHRITIC PAIN or i/our iimnry bade Take PRUVO tablets jj directed today. ,,Prove to yourself there is no better non- narcotic relict from minor, cchti-.ond pains of arthritic and rhtumotic attaclci at half th« usual coil. Use half the' tablets in tie JJ.50 bottle. If not satis- lied with the results, rcrurn balance to maker lor money back. PRUVO is so safe you can boy i[. from'your dnig store without a prescription, Save mon- fj on PRUVO by bayinc the 225 tablet Clinioil size botrle at $4.00 or the 450" oblct Hospital size bottle at J7.50. GET PRUVO WITH VAtUABLE Sl.OO COUPON RAND'S CUT RATE BIG NEWS TO LOT OWNERS Show Room and Office Open Tuesday to Friday 9 until 5 . Mondays 9 until 9 FOR 1955 .CATALOGS -K-. fj No. 20 Delux. Homei MAIL 25c EACH n No. 16 Economy Hornet We're Opening Our '56 Christmas Saving Club TODAY The First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. 141 Baltimore Street where it COSTS NOTHING TO JOIN! where we have EXTRA HOURS to make deposits! * .'.'•.• '• (The First Federal is open Monday thru Friday from 9 a. m. until 3 p. m. • ... \ . and on Monday Evenings from 7 until 9 p. m.) First federal has a plan fo su/f everyone/ Come in today* KITCHEN TIPS NUMBER 7 , Your home will look brighter with some fall and wintertime flower arrangements strategically placed '... Leaves of evergreen, magnolias, camellias, etc., can be made to turn a glistening brown color and last indefinitely. Soak bottom'two inches of > their branches in ; a solution of half glycerin, half water. Keep in a warm place for 4 to 6 weeks. Stems should be about a foot long with ends split to absorb solution. To save lime, prepare a quantii} 01 ^iiite ^auce at one time; pour into jar, cover, store in.refriserator and use as needed. • f Modern homemakers use light fot uccorating as well as seeing. Our Home Service Advisor .will be glad to send you a free booklet, "See Your Home in a New Light." It's yours for the asking. Just write her at our nearest office. . • ..'.'••• • ' For quick French dressing, heat one cup of vjncgar with crushed clove of garlic to boiling point. Strain, add • .salt, pepper and dry mustard. Store in corked bottle. Add oil whenever dressing is needed. To avoid unpleasant odors while cooking fish, cover ' with browned butter and lemon juice. Do you make Christmas cookies? If so, you'll want a copy ..of our free Christmas cookie pattern sheets. To get your copy, write: Home Service Advisor, in care of the local office of the POTOMAC EDISON CO. f> O Show Room ond Office—702 Hill Top Drive Phone PA 2-2322 — Cumberland, Md. S. T. LITTLE SPOTLIGHT SPECIAL! 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