Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 21
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 22, 1955
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Dial pA-2-4600 for v WANT .AD Tak« EVENING TIMES, .CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 TWENTY-ONE 23—luiCdliif Supfliw 34—Lett ond Found CARRIER ENGINEERING'* iUPPLY COMPANY 2 Williams St. Dial PA 2-7269 - STA-DRi' •••:-/' The Wonder Waterproofing for that wet cellar';.cisterns, etc SUPER- CONCRETE CO. 405-11 Headerwa AT*/-' Pbon* PA 2-4360 15 —Mijctllanaour 26—Help Wantod EXPERT typisti for evening work. Report to Catherman's Butine'is School, 171 Balttmon Street; November 22, »t ^ P- m .- . • - • •' . . Block Laying & Cement Work PHONE PA-2-2699 27—F«mol« Help Wantod Lady, pleasini personality, over _ r: 'Shorthand, Typing. General OifIce Work. Write, stating experience. Box 817-A, c/o Timei-Newi, WELL DRILLING U yn. tip. Modtr* «te«l equipment Pum» Installations. Gilranlied C*daf r. V. CARPENTER WELL DRILLING Co. P. O. Boi 352, Cumb. Ph. RE-HMO. HOUSEKEEPER, References Required Live Out. Phone PA. 4-2992 between 10 a.m. ajid 6 p.m. GARLTIZ Horn* Iraprovemwt Co. Build- ni Contractor. Jotuu-Manvill*, iMtlbric Mine. Roofinf. Block laying. PA-4-OJS5. 28—Molt Help Wanted QUENTIN U GRIFFEY. BUILDING CONTRACTOR ELLERSUE, MD. PHONE PA-4-ZMJ NATIONAL concern, largest in its field, it lookinf for one man who wanti to fet ahead in the world for himself and bis family. Qualification* are: married and have at least one child. Must have j(ood credit rating and must be willing to work after the dinner hour when necessary. Apply 449 N, Centre, St., 9 a.m. to S p.m. ••,' . . DRAFTSMEN An outstanding opportunity to, , achieve pf ofessional status.-THe Glenn" L.," Martin, Co:,' which" has recently been awarded the ,. contract-" for -the EARTH SATELLITE,. :has positions for draftsmen! with either schooling or experience. .- You : can rbecorhe an,important part; .of this; industry working / and', learning on .projects such as the' SATELLITEi'the MATA- % DOR "guided missile, or the VIKENGyrocket;.'. • : :/' ' ' ..." .-'« '• ' ,••'-' Opportunities.-; in ^MECHANICAL;- •E LxEi C T RIC A-L> : and '- STRtfCTURAL drafting. Write or phone " PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT ''MARIfN;-; Baltimore 3, Mid. : -..-•' 38—Moving, Storing AGENT MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. LOCAL, LONG DISTANCE MOVING KLAyUHN TRANSFER. 'CAIX PA-4-2770 39—Painting, roperhanging PAPERHANGING South Cud W*llp»per Shop. S31 '.V«. • AM. 10—-Personals EXPERTS CLAIM'» comfortable: Bint rest, if the key to » good nighfi rest. jtt us put the "comfort" b»ck ^in that umpy, bumpy 'mattress p£;-y6urs; M»t- resaes of all sizes made to order. Cumberland Mattress Factory. Ph.'PA 2-1105. FOR Restylim — Guaranteed k. Iniured. Leddy Furriers, Annapoll*, Md.. Agent Mr§. Brant, .Phone PA 4-1857.. ; :' 41 —Professional Services iRESSMAKING — Alterations—Tmilorinj lil Baltimore St. Phone PA-4-5739 BERTHA AVIS SKARLES ;VEGLASS REPAIRING, Broken Leoiet Replaced - PrticrtpHons ruled, Thoi. C. Hubb*. S» P«r«nlnf St. EXPERIENCED auto mechanic to prepare and service new and used cars for' delivery. Good salary to right mechanic. Apply: alter 7 P. M. .at the M.G.K.- Motor-Co. 221'Oienn St.; . Tri State" Detective Niftit Watcnman and Patrol <Serrta« 11 Tlftt inveitifation—'H Houn L>a 3 hOB« PA-2-2161. 614 LIBERTY TRUST [3— -Piano Tunlnfj f WANTED—4 MEN .. wlth : mechanical ability. Must have car. Above average earnings. See W. L. End- era, 1M N. Centre St between.9-10 A. M. iano Tuning and Repairing Laurence Griffith PA-2-1633 .Sheet. Metal- 46—Radio, T-V Senrk* & ASSEMBLERS This is interesting work related to aircraft structures. Will be .work ing from blue-prints. ' . " Wiremen : Men experienced in trouble shooting' and wiring complicated elec Ironic equipment. ••DIVISION ACF INDUSTRIES, INQ. Riverdale, Maryland (located In suburban Washington, D. C.) IMMEDIATE. '•OPENINGS - FOR ' . MILLING MACHINE OPERATORS • Must set up and lay out work for horizontal and vertical; type milling machines APPLY AT .ONCE . Employment Office • FAIRGHILD. ., AIRCRAFT 805 Pennsylvania Ave. Hagerstown, Md. TRAVELING''AUDITOR- YOUM man—single—22 to 35—Accountinf •chool «ducation, but not necessarily for auditing work l?J8*ldera>>I* traveling. : Permanent posl Wn, «ood lalary, all expennes paid Reply giving age. education and'persona data, and we will arrange for penona Interview. -.-•'' COMMERCIAL CREDIT CORP. Butler'Bld*.i TOO W. Baltimore it. ^BALTIMORE, MD. 32—Imtracfiom KNDEKHOUSB- mr*nm«nt now. TriBiporUthxi. ' ftl.I PA-»-*3«. Ho Wiefctr TRAIN FOB TODAY* BEST PROFESSION OST-Pair of Klrl's shoe skates. Saturday nliht. Union St. between Centre t 'George St. Call PA 2-MS7. QST—Tan purse containing eye glasses at Centre St. Methodist Church. Re "ward. Phone PA.4-S194. LOST—Pair Charcoal Kid Gloves Vicinity West Side or Downtown Phone PA 2-7045 X5ST — Black Cocker Spaniel (male), Reward. Call PA 4-3200. touls" Young, 107 Gephart Drive. EPTIC .TANKS CUCANED - Mrttn •qulpncnt. Bi-Stat« DisposAl Servic*. Write or Phone Lonaconing HO-3-4401. ROOFING SPOtniNG FURNACES GUARANTEED WORK . ALFRED FA1RALL PHONE PA 1-7193 UPHOCSTERING AOTO CONVIBTIBIJB TOPS- TRUCK SEATS s . -TARPAULIN* BASTINGS ALUMINUM AWNING* Geo. S. Warner, 1322 Va. Ave. PA-t-0774 REMODELING. Repairs, New BuildiDg Ganges, Rooms Added, Attics, Club Cellars. Frank Burton,. Building Contractor. PA 1-4. J3. UPHOLSTERING Re«T«ring -and nt C.-E. Brodt SSS Greene PA-2-lfM UPHOLSTERING John'Tnxell, S» Darldion St. PA-4-10B4 SMALL MOTOR REPAIRS All makes Air-Cooled Motors 0 EAST STREET . DIAL PA 4-55U BUILDING AND REMODELING" Repairs of all kinds :> :OLHNS CONSTRUCTION CO: RE 8-S9I1 JOHN APPEL fRANSt'ER LOCAL. LONG DISTANCE MOVING .AGENT GREVVAN LINES. PHONE PA-4-1B3 —Transfer ud Storage Co. BENNETT Local — Long Distance kPHONE PA 2-6770 HEADERS TRANSFER. LOCAL: LONG DISTANCE AGENT. NORTH MJERICAN VAN LINES PH. PA-t-3900 'AIN'flNG-Paperhanging, , inside-outside decorating. Marshall Corley, S Cresap St. Phone PA S-4U5. .'•:'•.; • • • > .-. . WALLPAPER REMOVING ' FAST; EFFICIENT SERVICE :. J..KONZAL."-.'• ''•••'•-'.:'. PA J-W97 tOBERT W. MORELAND, ASPT. Tunes, Rtpairi School, Church', and Home Pianos. PA-4-1M4. Used pianos. Allegany Amusement TV factor* tuthorttit itrvict .. " i Ofli«liir" itetari purtt ' • Service daily 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. uhday 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. PA 2-4783 W«'repair all HU tna A (Admiral) to (Zenith). 29-A S. Centre St. PA-2-7120 After 6 phone PA-2-1914. . •' CUMBERLAND ' ELECTRIC CO. T Kirlcei OB all makes—Guaranteed. Me-Sunday «ervic« available. PA-2-6191 GOARANTEEt) RADIO SERVICE peclallzlnf la home and auto radio— DOLAN'S 11 N. G«or«e St..' PA-<-5550 lAVB your TV repaired at home bj (echolctan of M yrs. electronic experience. Reasonable prices. PA^-1718. 47—Real Estate For Sale BH1CK dwelling 624 N. Mechanic St. 7 rooms, bath, attic, porch", concrete basement, laundry'tubs, gas fired hot water' heatinff plant. Reasonable, available immediately. Call PA 2-0255. ROOFING, SldlaC FREE Storm Door with - every lidiax Job- . E»«y Ternu. Charles Atkinson. Phone PA 2-0792. HUMES HOME Improvement Co. Phone PA 2-1834 or PA 2-7«7. General -.contractor in Roofinx, Johni-ManvUl* ln< selbric Sidin(. No down payment. 427 Columbia St. Cumberland, Md. Ntw BooAai, ooatn. Metal Work, all typu. loot PaiatiBf 15 >T». Exp. ALEX J. SCHUTE PA 2<M1 •POUTING CEDING I year* to pay. GuaraatMd w«rt Andrew Witt. Pbon* CO-4-3W7 50—Upholstering Upholstering, Draperj', • Slipcover, Dress Fabric, Dan River Cottons GEO. BRAGG LaVALE PH. PA 4-4611 Furniture Upholstering, Repaint Canva* & AJuminum Awnings- PHGQT?! T 1 Oldest, Most Rtliabl* UOO^LlI over JJ Year, in CUj 131 Frederick 'St. Phona PA-2-47W 51 ^Vacuum Cleaners VACUUM CLEANER Part* & Service PA-2-5070 1302VA. AVE The" gift that will cheer every day through the year like a letter from home. Send the Evening .Times, Sunday Times, or the Cumberland News as a Christmas Gift. The firs.t issue will arrive in a colorful holiday wrapper. Christmas Gift Card., bearing your name will be sent with each gift subscription. Out-of-Town Mail Subscriptions only. Call Circulation Dept.'Dial PA 2-4600. Display Classified Display Display Classified Display. Classified * CONCRETE i SlfTK TANKS POWER EXCAVATING TRENCHING STEEL STORAGE TANKS fete* n Do vou have an old furnace that Isn't doln< the job? If so. call u» now for a liberal trade-In allowance. HOLLAND FURNACE CO. ••World's larfcst Inrtalltr of Warm air Heating Systtms" Branch Office US N. Centre St. Phone PA Display Classified PILE BROTHERS McMilleo Hwy. Mora Information Call: PA-2-8484 or 2-8485 STORM WINDOWS ALUMINUM BY ... 95 UP INSTALLED •*• Low Priced > All Aluminum * HIGH Quality * Self-Storing Combination Don't Buy PRICE Alone—Get QUALITY! CALL PArkview 2-6030 ALUMINUM DOORS ^ 44 50 RUSCO Window & Supply 203 SOUTH GEORGE STREET • With RUSCO-you can be SURE! VenetianBlinds Custom Made, Laundry, Repoiri OTflDIi WINDOWS OlUnm DOORS AWNINGS WINDOW PRODUCTS CO. 610 Columbia Avt. PA 2-JQ2I /wB^^Bf WHITACRE'S CVMBEILAKD »»*T*O SSftJS.5EM.M790 1.VISIT LOANS Ptott — feu CMM in to< a*. SJI te Ittto •»•«. <« or c«. riNANCt CO. U8JR1Y tKUSl CO. IIDG CUMIEXLAND fA-l-W31 I * The Importance of Quality "T '.' ' ••"--•'•..-' > ' • • '.--'.' ' ' : '- ' • ; ' "'• I here is hardly anything in the world that someone cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper — and the people who consider price alone are this man's lawful prey." — JohnRutkin ., -WIEBEL. *.&. WORKMEISTER . ;. : .-..'. . Your Insurance Agents PERSONAL SERVICE PROTECTION Auto • Fire • Casualty • Life Insurance 2 Frederick St. REAL ESTATE Dial PA 4-3380 I ^K I 1 W /i • ICWGI ivrv ^i • ••*»•-» ^ »w .»-..— . — .- —,-—--- . .^ totrjr^rjrjrj** Regular Price — $8.25 each Special — limited time only $7.49 each The South Cumberland Planing Mill Company 33 Queen St. PA 2-2600, 2-2601 RIGHT HERE AKE YOUR WINDOW NEEDS Venetian Blinds tmtoffl mod*, fleaned—repaired Awnings JASCO Storm Doors & Windows Draperies & Drapery Rods Ornamental Iron Railings JOHN E. SHARP & CO. 401 N. Mechanic Ph. PA 2-7620 ROOT RAKES FOR LAND CLEARING Let'Em Eat Peanuts, Too AP Newsfealures PORTALES, N. M.-Tired of the same old thing for dinner? Just serve peanuts, advises Editor Gordon Greaves o£ the Pbrtales Daily News. . "Have you tried stewed pea-, nuls?" asks Greaves, probably, the world's most enthusiastic pea-' nut fancier. ''Delicious! You just pull 'em right out of the ground and stew 'em.". Greaves is highly .peanut conscious, his favorite variety .being the localiy grown Valencia pea- Inuts, one of the main crops in the irich farming, area served by his ^newspaper. Through his column, j"By the Way," the editor keeps 'cooks in his county thoroughly informed on peanut recipes. He ad- jvocates the use of peanuts in just |about every dish, commenting: "I have eaten peanuts in the | hull, raw,, roasted and stewed, | and they are good any of ; these ways. I have eaten them in pies. I in candied/sweet potatoes and of course in peanut butter, which I can be used as an ingredient in many recipes. I especially like pop corn popped in peanut oil." His favorite salad is called 3-P and is composed of peas, pickles and peanuts. Greaves' youngest daughter Is named Peanut but he says sadly: "My wife calls her Patricia." Excavating '— Trenching — Wt Art Equipped To 4 Do Yow Job With 200 Pieces o* fqwpoHMrt, Croni*. lock Ho«», Tr««chin^ Machines D»«r«, C«mpr*t*ora «nd Drills. l»«kM loodwt, Trwrtor-Troilen far HOT? Hanlmt. Tracks. •*. rOPSOIL Fill GXOUND KOAD MATWIAl Baughman Contracting, Inc. TEIEJHONE PA-2-45M Display Classified Display Classified COME ONE-COME ALL!' - Starting COUNTRY STYLE DINNERS Evenings and Sundays HAPPY HILLS f ARMS RESTAURANT ^ Open Thanksgiving 228 Baltimore Avenue 8 SHADDOCK St., LaVale, modern 4 rooms and bath, hot air furnace. Vacant. Phone PA 2-2845. SIX Room semi-bungalow, gas fired furnace, storm windows. Excellent condition. Garage. Restricted area LaVale.'Price reasonable. DIM-PA-2-4932. VEW BRICK, completely modem. Automatic gas furnace, tile bath, basement garage. Near. Ft. .Hill-,PA-4-2033. ,ARGE brick home in.-first clas« condi tion at 79 Greene St. If built at today's prices would cost-over $50,000 to build. Price 514,500. Phone PA 4-3688 for ap- 'pointment. Fresh tJowlry Medium a doz, 53c 3dez. 1JL y/C^ i Premium, Wilson's f (/• 7t)C SAUSAGE ^.h A.I Pork 3 |b$. $1.00 £• f\t |p SO Ibs -$3.89 f>t Q*T rLv/UK Pillsbury'i 25 Ibs ^M.T/ OYSTERS .«-"-.«* SAUERKRAUT CAN SELL YOUR-PROPERTY OPIE.'ANNAN PHONE PA-2-7733 HIS 1$ 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 register! in each room. Gas fired furnace. Price for a limited time $10,000.00. Harry B. Simpson, Phone PA 2-5760 or PA 2-3723. ' /vj J7J7I7 J7 l^ \jrrClLl H ° u$e ° r Chase and Sanborn ........ ..... Ib. The gift that will cheer every day hrough tbe year like a letter from home. Send the Evening Times, Sunday Times, or the Cumberland News as a Christmas Gift. The first issue will arrive in a color- ul • holiday wrapper. Christmas Gift ;ard bearing your name will be sent with each sift subscription. Out-of-Town Mail Subscriptions only. Call .Circulation )ept. Dial PA 2-4600. - ..''- •' '.-'.\ Low Cost Pre-Fob Homes Office-Showroom 702 Killtop Pr. 4-ROOM brick with 3-room frame on rear of lot. 313 Maryland Ave. $3,360. Irving Millenson, PA -4-5590. Just Completed All Modern.. BEAUTIFUL SPLIT-LEVEL 3-Bedroom Home in restricted residential area, beautiful Shade Trees, on Braddock Head jusrpast State Roads Office Bid*. Can be Inspected day or evenings by appointment. ., Wallace H. McGill, Builder ' v : ' DIAL PA. 4-5985 . Tht HAROLD It flXOXXR Co. Montage Bank«r»-Re»l tsute-lniurance PHA Bedford. Pa. Phon. 104i .V" S14 CENTRAL Ave.. 11 room brick. Hot water heat, modern conveniences. N J. Loesdon. Phone PA 2-0534. THANKSGIVING TURKEYS 5io15lbs. lb.55c Over 16 Ibs. ...... All Home Dressed, Selected from Nearby Forms CHICKENS — RABBITS Lard Vu fk , 6 Jl JO. Teen Quten 5 Ibs. .... 1.00 M.OO Ground Beef 3 », 1.00 Pork Chops ill 1.00 ...'. 3 Ibs. I 3 , b , 1.00 I Minced ...... W Ibs. Tost Good Ameri. or Pimento 2 Ib loaf . Z FARMS FOR SALE New 4 room modern bungalow, 35 acres. dost to Fort Aibby on bard iurtace road. . , J. S. BUTTON, Realtor Ridieley, W. Va. RE 1-rOO alter 5 P . M. «Ay«URV-POLANI> ItEALTY AGENCV IICA1. ESTATE BROKEM ' PHON'E PIEDMONT Mil LIKE • l*«er Irom homt «v«rj <<iy|| througli III* y*»r : To y mT * OB lr *•"•*• tor IB tin Armed Servkei, or y*«r *•> glrl^ i»ay at nchool'. . ..'S**4.'thl .K« r t*tirf K*wc. Th* Kl«k!aff AT or . Cumberland N««», Time*. PA 1-WOO. Tht ; dreuUU«« EitlfiU or ««; 0*fi.|| BEER Corling's, Duqucint, Export, Gcrmtn, T«ch, loh., Gunthtr* loftlM •1.7-9 I Roemi. ft»t*. (umcc, garag* Or«- i FiS or OLD IOHEMIAN ' ^9 Oft ^ W CANS or THROW AWAYS Cost *«*W * HARVEST TIME "*• •** ITUIOHT I0vlie * 1 •• • • ™ u ° UMT *3.W MrDADE'S MARKKT* •»(•«• RtALTOH ... . FLOYD t. GRACE Ml Mltin. «»•««. J**. 11 N. - Optn 7 Dayt A Wtth — 8 A. M. to Midnight St. D!«l PA-2.JI70 STOPFIGHRING EXCELUM .:• SAVES YOU TIME AND MONEY 3-TRACK "SENATOR" Ruggedly constructed of 63ST5 EXTRUDED aluminum. Includes two ttorm a»d one icreen section. Fingertip chuigft- over allows maximum yeyr "rowid protection. Compteiely SEEK 5TORWG. ••'. ; • ALSO - ; ' . ':'".• : • COMBINATION DOORS • JALOUSIES • PERMANENT AWNINGS APC METAL PRODUCTS Box 43, Oldtown Rood Phone PA-4-1234 KOSHER DELICATESSEN Open 'til 12 P. M.-700 N. Mechanic St. Speedy Delivery! DIAL PA 4-3740 HAMS SWIFT'S PREMIUM •• • |L WILSON'S CERTIFIED • • ! ? ! Having a Party ! ? ! GET ALL YOUR SUPPLIES »N "1" STORE • Invitations • Unusual Napkins • Cocktail Supplies KOSHER DELICATESSEN Kosher Corned Beef Kosher Tongue Salami Rolled Beef Pastromt Kosher, Bologna Kosher Wienem Marinated HerrinfC Smoked .Vhite Fish Struddel , Sweet Butter (Unsall«d)> ^^^WN^XV~W-^<1^^< Whipped Butter Sour Cream Farmer Cheese Caviar (Red & White) Fumpentckcl Bread Rye Kimmel Bread Bagell Cheesecake Imported Sweilzer Imported Roquefort • fancf Groceries IMPORTED SCOTCH 4"-: COUNTY FAIR Bourbon m lond. 100 Proof. 438 ^ Srh IMPORTED WINES From • France • Spain Germany . • Portugal Liquor Gift BASKETS All Sim. Mod* ta Ortltr. $1.00 ,. $75.00 Cigarettes I Coca-Cola 1.66 *=•"•" IsScj"' BEER 2,79 «•-. !?! SHOPPING FOR GIFTS!? 1 FIRST Com* •«• our UNUSUAL GIFT SHOP ITtMS • Fancy Wrappinj • Entirety K«w & Oifftffnt Gr«Hnj Cardi VALUE and SERVICE is our MOTTO. Easy Parking. ^ Discount. «n C«M Lots of Liquor* Parakeet Pecks Hard, Perforates Own Craw SAN ANTONIO. Tex. tiS—Prissy, pet parakeet of Dr. arid Mrs. Orin McMillan, pecked too hard at its breast feathers and perforated its craw. .--...-.. A doctor sewed it up several times but Prissy reopened it every time. So Mrs. McMiHah sewed Prwsy a vest out of a nylon scrap, fitted it around the birtl's neck and beneath the-- wings. The wqtriid, healed. . : .'. -'. •-• •" :"\'' ' .'.-.."'"'.-'• '••' EXECUTRIX: NOTICE -:. THIS IS ;T6 GIVE NOTICED That th«' subscriber has. obtained from ttw • Orphan's Court of AUeean>~. County, Mary»' land. letters Testamentary on the estat* . of Jtichael H. Miller, late trf Allexaay- Counts'; 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 I8th day of May. 195fi. : They may otherwije by law be excluded from all benefit o£ the said estate. All persons knowing-, themselves indebted to said eatate am requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my Jiand this 15th day o| November, 1955. BERTHA L MILJJ1R, Executrix. . ' ' f. O. Box 53J, Cumberland, Md. Adv.—T-Nov. 22-29-Dec. 6-13 KXECX3TRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That th» subscriber has obtained Irom the Orphan's Court ot Allegany County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estat* of Henrietta francos Gerdemann Coolt, late of Atlcsany County, Maryland, dt- ceased. All pcrsoni ha\-ing claims against the deceased are hereby ' warned-. to exhibit the. same, with the vouchers therft- of duly authenticated, to the nubjcribtr ion or before the 18th day ol May, 1956. They may otherwise by law be excluded from oil benefit of the said estate. All persons knuwlne themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 18lh day at November, 1953. Mrs. Henrietta M. C Ponton Kxccutrix. 31 Procpcct Squar* Cumberland. Md. Adv.—T-Nov. 22-29-Dec.'S-13 K.XKCOTRtX' NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That th« subscriber has obtained from the Orphan's Court of Allesany County. Maryland, letter* Testamentary on tit «tat« of John W. Andrews, lite of Allejany County, Maryland, deceased. All person! havln'c claims aKauxt the deceased am hereby warned to exhibit the atat, with the vouchers thereof duly Authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 28th day of April. 1956. They xaay otherwise by law b« excluded from all benefit ot the said estate. AH persons knowing themselves Indebted to Mid estate ar« requested to make Immediate payment. , Given itpder my hand this 28th day of October, 13S5. DOROTHY ANDREW!, Executrix. •112 Walnut Street, Cumberland, .Md. Adv.—T-N'ov, 1-8-15-22 ADMINISTRATRIX- NOTICE " THIS IS TO GtVE NOTICE. That tha subscriber has obtained from th* Orphan's Court of Alltjsany County, Maryland, letter* of Administration on tha estate of Christina Adela Aiker. lata of All«eany Countr. Maryland, deceased. All persons harini! claims aiilnst the deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 2Sth day of April, 1958. They may otherwise by law be excluded from, all brndU ot the «ld estate. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment. Given under my hand this 28th. day <rf October, 1955. MARY C. ROBERTS, Administratrix. 24 Bldne Terrac* Cumberland, Md. Adv.—T-Nor. I-S-IS-II | Display Classified USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY. Or Your lit Nol'l Charg* Account Watcke* •*• J««elry *• Diamonds if SELL'S jew»try Stor* 34 Ptuhing St. (N.xt !• Post Otfiw) rot snn » woo* . NOKETWI flMMMK WROUGHT WON RAILINCS v '.y

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