Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 29, 1955 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 29, 1955
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::, TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MI).. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD Martin Will f)pen Denver Branch Plant -BALTIMORE Wi — Tlic Glenn L. Martin Co. has announced it willi soon begin construction on a new jlant 15 miles south of Denver that] it hopes to complete within 15 months. 'The aircraft firm said it is es-; tablishing what will be known asj the Denver Division "because of; the availability of technical talent 1 in.that area and also to diversify the technical management structure." '-The 500,000-square-foot building | will be constructed on a 4.000 acre| site already acquired by the firm.) The announcement said the Den-j ver Division eventually will em-' ploy a minimum of'5,000 persons. Very shortly, the firm said, it will move 200 engineers an<3 office, workers into temporary offices in downtown Denver. Until now, all of Martin's production has come from its big Middle River plant just east of Baltimore. . Martin supplies the B57 twin-jet light bomber to the Air Force, the P5M Marlin anti-submarine seaplane to the Navy and the Matador guided missile to the Defense Department. It holds the primary contract for construction of the earth satellite. Launching of the unmanned satellite has been scheduled for the In-' ternational Geophysical year which will run from July 1957< to December 1958. :'• --' : ''•'':.* •'•" ; ; CUESAPTOWN SCHOOL PLAY SET — Cresaptown Elementary School pupils will present "Hansel and Gretel" Thursday and Friday in the school auditorium. Leading roles will be portrayed by those pictured above: left to right, Lloyd Reed, "Sandman: 1 .; Jane Lehman, "Mother"; Charles Davis, "Father"; Timmy Martin; "Hansel"; Carol Kemp, "The Witch"; Linda Broadwater, "Gretel"; Benay Higgs, "Dawn Fairy," and Sondra Boor, "The - Narrator." . . • . : fc^i .-• Mil—•!-•• I M -^••••^•••-i^—.^^^TT^»^»» "I . 'I i.Jiiifiiii iiiliiiiliT iTi liiMinJI^j"jJ!^^^^^^^^^~^Be^S Your Horoscope Look in .the section in which your birthday comes and find what .your outlook is, according to the stars, For Wednesday, Nov. HO. 1855; . MARCH 21 to APRIL.20 (Aries) .— A happy Joutlook from most angles. :New BIG 10 FOR ONE-DOLLAR SALE LITTLE CHEF PRODUCTS Mb\ PORK >"» BEANS 10 KICNEY BEANS 10 SPAGHETTI 'N TOMATO SAUCE ... Ifl SAUERKRAUT 10 CANNED PEAS 10 PEAS— PIMENTOS 10 BUTTER BEANS 10 HOMINY 10 TOMATO SOUP 10 VEGETABLE SOUP 10 2'2 LBS, FOR 51,00 ME AT SALE cans i-ib. ' com. i-lb.™ cons Mb. cans ' Mb. VEAL SHOULDER CHOPS 2^VEAL LEG ROAST 2 •/*"• PORK STEAKS SLABBACON VEAL RUMP ROAST JUICY RUMP ROAST SKINLESS FRANKS MEATY SPARE RIBS ; 2'/2*. SMOKED SAUSAGE 2'/2*. SIRLOIN STEAK 2'/2»» Ibs. Ibs. Ibs. Ib.. and unique, * also well established 'matter encouraged:' Business. _ money interests all honest .occupations can advance no> Be appreciative. •••':' ' ... - " ; - APKIL 21 to MAY 20 CTaurus)'—- Ybi should have-.lively, ambitions .aqd r -.,gobi ideas and-•motives this'generous : :planet ary day.. Laborious work, banking, re; estate, artistic and scientific interes its honored. Be cheerful.' MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—If you .don't seeK.'.the ; ,inipossible or. radical, 1 you can and should accomplish in grca measure. Improve upon, -stabilize presen assets ""and interests'/rather than fret about new ones. JUNE 22 to JULY 23- (Cancer)—A cozy productive day on .the -whole. Don't lose good opportunities by spending your-'time on things others should be doing. YOUR work can gain. • •JULY-24 to"AUGUST-22 (Leol—Not an overstimulating day, perhaps, but there are encouraging, helpful^ rays for all worthy endeavors—mostly in fields concerning people, their living and protv lems. - Government, ^ city, home interests gain prestige. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Vir- KO)—Similar, now to Gemini. The day has grand influence's; encouraging useful, also decorative, matters. Spiritual interests deserve • more attention, caution In sighing Important papers. Be happy. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23.(Lib ra'J—A tip-top day to close this energizing month. Get after urgent tasks, first, then take things next in order-Generous influences for both new and established matters and personal affairs. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Your Mars", Jupiter arid Moon as peels are very favorable: take advantage of -all; opportunities and make the best use'of your .talents. Secure present holdings: advance where you can; NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius)—Avoid tendencies to- doubt and fear, and he purposeful In "your attitude. Tljcrc are big tasks ao accom plish this inviting day — and by YOU. Reach for advancement. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Cap ricorn)—What may be difficult for some can be easy for you steadfast, industrious folks. Engineering, architecture, skilled mechanics, housework, surgery, dentistry among activities freshly honored. . ' JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY . 20 (Aquarius) — Despite friendly, helpful vibrations, making drastic chances in things now running smoothly would be in/idvisabl< FEBRUARY-21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —It is well -to.digress from routine occasionally. Broad thinking and new ideas and methods which can further progress, Invite greater achievement. Have faith. YOU BORN TODAY have a liberal, charitable nature. You' are usually dependable and vigorous but not combative. If living true to the better are a loyal, likeable friend, a faithful life- mate, devoted parent. You can succeed In any worthy endeavor for which you are trained. . You can do exceptionally well in advertising, promoting, law, travel, acting: any occupation or profession bringing you in contact \vtth the public. -Blrthdatc:, Mark Twain (Sam'l Clemens), author, wit. (King Features Syndicate, Inc.) About four million U.S. motor vehicles were scrapped during 1954. SHOTT aluminum This lightweight, eosy-to-hondle BRIDGE or UTILITY TABLE and companion CHAIRS are a real "hostess- saver." Come in and see how the washable, vinyl plastic upholstery fabrics will "mix.'r match" to suit any decor. The House & Garden colors ell harmonize with ... COLOR FINISH Easy Personalized Payments — .At No , Exir a Cost I 4.1 N. MECHANIC STREET EN! MANS * T/ie Sfore DEVOTED To Your Home L CONTROLLED ONI DAY ONIY 10 A- M to *'t Cumberland FOR A MERRIER CHRISTMAS Liberty Trust CHRISTMAS CLUB $ .50 1.00 2.00 3.00 5.00 ' 10.00 500. You can uit ear i .'.'"' Alier Hours Depository to make yojr 1956 Christmas Club" depofitt LONACON1NG CUMBERLAND Member F.D.I.C. Member Federal Reserve System t for you and a dash of Thunderbird, too! Ford's, exclusive Lifeguard Design was developed to guard you against the causes of most serious accident injuries. The deep- ceriler Lifeguard steering wheel acts to cushion you in case of 'accident. Lifeguard double-grip ".door locks give you extra protection against doors opening under shock. Optional Lifeguard cushioning for instrument panel and .sun visors helps lessen injuries -from impact. Optional Ford seat .belts help hold riders in seats. New Thunderbird styling is yours in all 18 models. Each has the long, low :lines, the dashing style that only the fabulous 'Thunderbird could inspire! The graceful, lower roof line, the broad, sweeping hood, the poised- in-flight look of the side silhouette—all point to its Thunderbird kinship. And when you see the exciting new interiors and exquisite workmanship everywhere—you'll know that Ford is truly the fine car at half the fine-car price! New Thunderbird power in the '56 Ford—and all the lightning that goes with it —is offered in all JTairlane and Station Wagon models. This GO-packed Y-8 engineJias a deep-block design to make it, more rigid, 'it • runs whisper-quiet and satinrsmooth ... lasts much longer, too. Its ready response to' 1 your commands .,.. its trigger-quick passing power—give you more assurance ... make it a delight to drive. You could love FORD for its price alone TEST DRIVE THE '66 FORD AT YOUR FORD DEALER'S Make EVERY day SAFE-DRIVING DAY •*..**

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