Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 21, 1955 · Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1955 Dial PA-Z-4600 for a WANT AD Takctt Your Horoscope i Look ia the section In which your birth day comes and find what your outlook is according to the atars. For Tuesday, Norcmbrr "i< 1M* MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—You are enterprising and desirous of setting ahead. You can make forward strides today—but not in any impulsive, unpremeditated manner. Attention to detai 1 important; tact, also. APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus)-Your . rays similar to Aries. You are a jiooc organizes so prepare your course of acUon well. Speed is no excuse for sidestepping essentials. Quiet arbitration is better than heated words. MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Don't scatter your efforts too widely now. Con- 1 central* on the most important Reals for best results. Social and business affairs, civic matters and home interests head the "do-it-today" list. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Look before you jump. Variable "winds" could influence the uncertain individual. Seek counsel of wise and trusted persons. Maintain an even pace and follow a pre-planned itinerary. SIEGLER'S GAS AND OIL HEATERS WARM MORNING COAL HEATERS .FOR CASH THE CHEAPEST FOR CREDIT THE EASIEST PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE REINHART'S 17 BALTIMORE ST. < JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Your innate frankness is laudable but don' permit it to set you in "hot water." A cool head, diplomacy and understanding discussion can see you over,the "rough' spots. A good humor is a standby. ^AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Vir go)—You can-adapt-'yourself readily to changing conditions, fie sure, however when you do make your moves tha you're headed in the right direction. Watch health; avoid overstraining . SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Lib ra)—Plan well and evaluate the worth! ness of objectives. Don't pass up 5mal but sure profits for uncertain large ones OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scor pio)—A day to give consideration to finances. Are you exceeding your budg et? Is your dollar spent getting true value in return? Curb also any foolish expenditure of energy. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER (Sagittarius)—Clarity of purpose am action will bring best returns. The day's problems can be irritating, but don't let :hem bother you. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Cap ricorn)—This could be a peak day for you. An interesting hobby or sideline fol- owed at the appropriate time will help :o relieve tension. Encourage others. Confidential, •. family matters rate atten* ion. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY. 20 [Aquarius)—This should be a profitable day for business matters. Through' care- 'ul planning, further your position and Emily's security. 'Worthwhile ideas can cad to gain. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —The caliner. the atmosphere and the cooler the head, the better the accom plishment. Sidestep unwise and dubious propositions. Concentrate on essentials without fanfare or fears. YOU BORN TODAY: It is important :hat you direct your remarkable energies n right channels. You can achieve unusual gains, make many persons happy, and offer a stimulating example. Do not be too quick with others; develop your liking for the best. .: (Copyright, 3955. King Features Syndicate. Inc.) HOSPITAL TESTED Wonder Working Formula Gives Amazing Relief From Pains of RHEUMATISM, ARTHRITIS II im't neceuary to be plagued by annoying pain of rihnmoKim, arthritii, lieuritii.. Thanhs to e hoipitaMested, scientific anal- * fl«ic formula coded PRUVO—Ihouiahdi i have dnosveredithey eon enjoy glorkxn pain-free hovn. And you can tool f for new,. improved 1 . PIUVO, providej 7 important bd»ontag« (f) New PftiiVO bringi welcome relief from comfort-robbing pain. (2) Seti up a pan barrier agaiiut secondary diitreu. (3) Worktfojler became tt'i obtOfbed '« the. bjoodftreoie q6iddy. ' (4) Ad» : without 'vpietting the itomaaV (5) Gl*« nore,comfort i» work and fleep. (6) Goftj only piinjei o'-rfoy. (7) Contd«i»:..Vtfbmiii C-r» eMentiollo. maintenonce of elattictty • connecting l»»- <ue> in joinfi and body generaly. h COM •f Mvere paint lee yow doctor. ' Don 1 ? ax*'***' to wffw aeeJUiely {TOM eHitrmiog, point of rtwwnaHun, arlhritn, neuritii. Prove in yow own caw how truly effective new, improved. PRUVO can b*. PRUVO h-fluoranteed,- Uieiholf the tab- -leti in the.$1.50 bottle. If not with lh« rewHi, return botonee to mokw for money back. Go to your druggiit to' dby. .Injnt on PRUVO. Only in PtUVO A. you get it* ieveii way.reH*f—there i> no wbititute. The large Hoipitol rixe at $7JO. Mediwii mz*<t bottle ot S4.00; or get (he bia 75 tablet At. «l $1ja Cigaret Tax Under Survey In Wicomico SALISBURY, Md.-Searching foi mucn-necCed revenue, commission ers of Wicomico county are making a study of cigaret taxes. The main reason for this tax money is the rapidly expanding budget for schools, which calls for much construction and long- term bonds for the work. The school building program in Wicomico county has been very large in the postwar years, but still many more rooms are needed for the growing classes. Based on current sales of cigarettes in the county,-it has been estimated that §100,000 additional revenue might be obtained through a 2-cent per pack levy. Such a sum is equal to about 11 cents on the current present lax rate of the county. . No other Eastern Shore counties have such a tobacco tax; But :he State of Delaware does, and been reaping substantial revf enue through its ,three-cent tax. County authorities also are study: ing the ordinance which governs tollection of a cJgarel tax in Baltimore city. The commissioners plan further surveys. of . tobacco ' taxes, arid eventually will hold hearings on ;he matter. Some opposition already has de : veloped from retailers who would lave to collect;the tax, and from :obacco manufacturing firms which .hink they already are subject to enough federal, state and local eyies on their products.. Sworn In At Home ' Calvin Coolidge took the oath ;o£office as president of the United States in the Vermont "farmhouse where he was born; The oath was administered by his father, John Coolidge, local justice of the peace: MD Drive Backed By Martin, Lewis The Cumberland Fire Depart ment, working in cooperation with area volunteer firemen in'the muscular dystrophy fund drive which opened yesterday, has. received a telegram from Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, of Hollywood, backers of the annual campaign... ; Fire Chief Virgil A. Parker, who placed the telegram on the bulletin board at Central Fire Station, said it reads as'follows: "Godspeed to the volunteer marchers for -muscular dystrophy this Thanksgiving season as they walk for those unable to walk for themselves. "We know you will not miss a single house so every neighbor can give. Our hearts will be with you every step of the way. May God bless you all." Chip Off Old Block Has Postcard Proof 'OMAHA Mi—An eighth grade :eacner summoned one of her pupils to her desk to tell him his essay,was good but his penmanship ;errible. • . •. ; . The next day the boy brought a postcard sent by his father; who was: away from home, and pointed out "I write as good as he does." The teacher suggested he not follow "too closely in his'father's footsteps. r . . ' -.. Population Increasing Excess •'of. the number of-'births over deaths in" the United States result in a.net gain of one person every 13 seconds, .or more than 2,000,000 a year. .: . .... I La Vale Poster Contest Winners Are Announced Winners in the.LaVale Century Club poster contest in connection with Know Your Library Month and National Book Week have been announced. They are Linda Marcy, Sixth Grade student at La Vale School; Stephen Markowitz, Sixth Grade student at Parkview; ^etsy Black, Fifth Grade, LaVale; and Mary Brenda Bpnebreak. Fifth Grade, Parkside. They were given cash prizes. SHE- CAME UP- FIGHTING—A patrolman "tries to calm Patricia Nolan, 22, after'the car'in which'she was a passenger and another .auto were in a coiiisioivon the Van Wyck>Express\vay-in the Queens" section of New York. .Patricia and the driver, Charles Bero, were Strapped in. the car .until .passing motorists came to their aid. Unnerved by the experience, Patricia remonstrated with police who investigated. : She suffered'.cuts and bruises iivthe crash (AP Photofox) Franklin's' Son ••'•*•• William Franklin,-son 'of Benjamin Franklin, was the last royal governor of New .Jersey. He bitterly opposed American independence and refused to follow his father in the move to make America an!independent nation. 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