Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 13
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TWELVE EVK'NING TIMES. CLIMKriKLAM). Mi)., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Dial PA-2-4COO for ,a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 THIRTEEN Layoffs In Food Processing Industries On Shore Increase Unemployment Benefit Claims In Maryland § College Raiders Get Wrong Building-A Court Hquse-And V .".' . C- 7 , * ;_. • •• fSAT/KSRIIRO. Til. _-(TNSr_ A nn" intniwr in »ho annnal «am« Ko-iMiViaQrt nn rKo K'nnv Pnimfu- Attar fii-ma nff oima anrt firf>- at flatnps Ipa BALTIMORE — I* — Because of layoffs.in the food processing industry on the Eastern Shore, new claims for unemployment benefits continued to rise slightly in Maryland last week, the State Department of Employment Security reported today. • New claims throughout the slate totaled 2.259, compared with 1,971 the previous week, 4,566 in the corresponding week of 1954. and 3,323 in the third week of November two years ago. The recent low water mark on new claims was set in the second full week of October at 1.449. The recent high was 3.625 in the last week of September. The ESS office at Salisbury re- ported new claims jumped from 6(5 to 130 last week. Cambridge, which had a big jump in claims the previous week, reported still another increase of 64 last week. The new figure was 141. Oakland, in the opposite 'corner ol the state, also had a big jump percentagewise—from 15 to 36. New claims at Annapolis jumped from 18,624 checks for $453,986 in the corresponding week of 1954. 10 to 45. but the previous week's figure was unsuauliy low. ( The number of new claims remained almost steady in the Baltimore metropolitan area. . The department reported it paid! dollar on research, out 7,483 benefit checks for $176,-' 923 last week. Drug Store Manager Laughs Too Soon This compared with 6,292 checks for S153.570 the previous week and The U. S, pharmaceutical indus-j DAVY, W. Va MV-It was near try^ spends five cents of each sales Halloween. Drug store manager Opal Neely told police she was "amused" when a man in a long, gray coat—wearing a paper bag over his head—entered the store at Mauna Loa, on the island of Hawaii, is the world's most active volcano. closing time and began clowning. • She wasn't laughing, however, when the man pointed a -gun at her and the other clerks, ordered the safe opened, and fled with $1,300 in cash and checks. The Red River of the 'north'•••is the only major stream rising within the United States and • flowing northward into Canada. : • Even the soft parts of;-animals are sometimes turned to rock and preserved in microscopic detail as a fossil. GALESBURG. 111. - (INS) - A group.of embarrassed college students .wound up playing their own "comedy of errors" recently when (hey went on a pre-football game raid in Galesburg. ' • The band of stalwarts from Monmouth College, Monmouth. 111., decided to invade the campus of Knox College in Galesburg to "fire up" interest in the annual game between the two institutions. . Late at night the 21 conspirators drove the 18 miles from Monmouth to Galesburg and deployed on a wide lawn that they thought was part of the campus grounds. But someone goofed in drawing up plans for the raid. Unfortunately, the students set up their beachhead on the Knox County court house square which "is located a block away from Knox College., No one noticed the error, however, and the raiders went to work on a historic bronze, statue that is the pdde of the county. First they painted it and then they poured machine oil all over- the statue. To Find Own School Painted Up After firing off guns and firecrackers to celebrate their achievement, the raiders set fire to the statue. That was their second mistake. The noise woke up county sheriff Max Jones who lives in the county jail which also is only a block away. Jones raced over to the statue as flames leaped 3C feet into the air. He saw three cars, filled with young men, pull away and immediately reasoned that someone's plans literally had misfired. The sheriff called the Monmouth police, who set up a roadblock that snared two of the cars.-The rest of the shamefaced conspirators were rounded up the next day. Each of the students paid a fine and costs totaling $29.30. Monmouth College also agreed to pay the costs for any damage to the statue. But the worst part of the episode, as far as the students were concerned, was revealed when they returned to Monmouth College.^ While they were out botching up their raid on Knox College, students of that-i n s t i t u t i o n were painting Knox signs on the Monmouth College buildings. The largest unit of length is the megaparsec, used by astronomers in connection with distances of remote galaxies. • The grain cradle came into use' in America in 1830, passing from' 1 use when the horse-drawn harvester proved more efficient. . • • > Farmers around the world we growing a quarter more rice than they did at the eivi of World War II. . . . . ^^^' Future- V/ith y/estinghouse HOUSEHOLD Appliance 05 95 VALUE Thru SATURDAY Only! SERVICE K ••': DRUGSTORES CRIP 20 - Piece Daisy Design CHARCOAL N PINK DIN HER WARE SETS 5-Piece Place Setting $9.95 VALUE Special This lovtly, bond-painted, and under- glaied »ef consult of: Four 9'-i inch | Dinner Plates, 4 Cups, 4 Saucers, 4 • Oeiiert Dishes, 4 - Bread and Butter Dishes. Each piece it Oven-Proof, Deterg- ent Proof—and in Open Stock! 'I LOVE MY .PINK DAISY >\DINNERWARE| ^ ITS JUST I .PERFECT.'! 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Seconds of a Nationally Advertised 5c Cigarillo GENERAL ARTHUR Midgets Cigarillos 2for5c $1.19 Box of 50 EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! ^Op 'BEAUTV KIT* Hazel Bishop BEATY KITS •Compact Make-Up • Complexion-Gib < Lipstick $2.00 Value SANI-FLUSH 22-Ounce Size JL 20c GRAHAM MILK OF MAGNESIA Pint Size 39c VALUE 1ole Price ; 25c Peoples PEROXIDE of HYDROGEN Pint Size Sfllt lift Price ... I*N» ANAC IH FAST PAIN RELIEF Tincture Merthiolate Ounce Size' 35c Value Helps Relieve Poin Due to Headaches, Neuralgia; Neuritis ANACIH TABLETS Bottle of 50 Bottle of TOO POISON 20c Peoples BORATED AMMONIA WATER for Cleaning 20c Quart Sale Price . . 41 c Graham Glyctrin Suppositories Infanl «r AdMli Mtlle •! 12 23c Peoples DISTILLED WATER Quart 20e Value 14c Scnerihg CORICIDIN TABLETS f«r rtli»! «f C*M lym^Umi, hv«r, AchM end P«ini •cc«mpgnyin| • CeU. Bottle of 12 67c .'«>•*«»- I SALE . ..Ladies' Handsome And Durable LUGGAGE, Sturdy Plywood Frames Long Bound Double Stitching $7.95 TRAIN CASES Blue or Brown 1 SALE PRICE . . . . . . $599 AV Plui Tax $7.95 WEEK-END CASES 21-Inch Size, Blue or Brown SALE PRICE . . . . . . . $5,99 f0 • Plus Tax Davy Crockett FLINT LOCK GUN And HOLSTER SETS $1.29 '•VALUE- NOXZEMA Jhn t'laim NOXZEMA SKIN CREAM (%. • -•••,-. Boudoir Size 69c 85e' •• r : ; ,' : Valut ...... 77c • Dorothy Gray SPECIAL DRY-SKIN 10TION 12-0unces $2:00 Value Hormone HAND CREAM ^Hrsim SPECIAL FOR CLEANER, WHITER TEITK... USE PEPSODENT SAVE 214 , M 1 Ufft •«•*;;• BOTH FOR White House PLASTIC MODEL KITS An authentic replica of th* hiitoric txtcutivt mantion. It is faithfully reproduced to. Malt.' A book of limpl* instruction! (till you hew to aoembl* it. ? J2.98 VALUE ; the White House •*&!, Century ELECTRIC HEATING PADS With Cover And 3-Way Switch $4.98 M 77 VALUE ¥*•'• Heavy Aluminum WHISTLING TEA KETTLE 3-Quart Size $3.98 VALUE j 66 Krtchen Pcide Crystal-Clear GLASS PUNCH CUPS 6-Ounce Size-lOc Value 12 For 78c Hit ,>•• mil Save Sic NOW! Mar-o-OiL Carton • • • Combination Offer! 0 Regular 25c MAR-0-OIL SHAMPOO Pin $1,25 Size LIQUINET $1M VALUE \ witnwiooo 40-Vi-*.;-^ Boxes ASSORTED See* ,„ 1 r earur e *$.99 'c^ -Tin , t«« REVLON LIP-KIT "DUO" I Two long-lasting, non- I smear,. lanolite lipsticks I in light tones. One for I Day, and one for Evening. Cases kept in a j beautiful, purse - size, I cylinder. Special Sale OLD SPICE GIFTS FOR MEN OLD SPICE SHAVE LOTION $1.00 OLD SPICE COLOGNE .. ..... .$1.00 OLD SPICE SMOOTH SHAVE .'. $1.00 OLD SPICE AFTER SHAVE TALC $1.00 OLD SPICE SHAVING MUG ...$1.25 OLD SPICE ELECTRIC SHAVE .. .$1.00 Hazel Bishop JEWELLED LIPSTICK Assorted Shades $2.00' VALUE Diamond Brand ENGLISH WALNUTS Pound Bag 55c HERSHEY'S Milk Chocolate MINIATURES 9*/2 Ounce Size or KISSES 11-Ounces Individually Wrapped 51c Sale MAMMY LOU Assorted CHOCOLATES Fresh, tasty centert coattd with light and dark chocolate. Try it-—NOWI POUND BOX 79c ATTENTION; Certain' toilet preparations, luggage, billfojds, etc., jewelry, clocks and watches subject to 1096 tax under Federal Internal Revenue Act effective April!, 1954. o* p R/c> SERVICK >, DRUG STORKS! _ INC . f o\di«9 ^CR| P t\°

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