Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 9, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 9, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4000 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1955 NINE Housing Problems Answer to Previout Puztlt ACROSS j water heater 4 House top 8 Ego 12 Hail! 13 Church part 14 Group of three 15 Hebrew letter 16.Something to be avoided 38 Get on an airplane 20 Regions 21 Consume 22 Observe 24 Possessive pronoun 26 Scent 27 Spanish hero 50 Expunger 32 Confined to zones 34 Bury 35 Shiny paint 36 Scottish river 37 Prejudice 39 Mud 40 Moistens 41Footlikepart 42 He lives in a monastery 45 Where convicts live 49 Forgiveness . 51 Card game 62 Revise 53 Gaelic 54 Greek letter 55 Spreads to dry 56 Golf mounds 57 Indian weight DOWN i 1 Harness part ' 2 Kitchen accessory 3 Moderate 4 Capital of French Morocco 5 An door 6 Belgian seaport 7 Charge 8 Shop 9 Great Lake 10 Italian coin 11 Enemies 17 Salt lake mineral 19 Lariat 23 Seeps 24 Pay attention 25 Sea eagle v 26 Circle 27 Feminine garments 28 Passage in the brain 29 Remove 31 Burnt wood 33 Titles 38 Reach toward 40 Serves table 41 Evergreens 42 Worry ' 43 Counsel : 44 Organic compound 46 Got up 47 Short letter 48 Ascend 50 Harden 30 •10 2" 55 37 50 F 10 II 57 ZT Strange Shrimp The apus, a little desert shrimp with the appearance of a miniature horseshoe crab, breathes through its feet, swims upside down, and lives only 40 days after a two-year hatching period. A package of solid platinum the size of a pound of butter would weigh approximately 22 pounds. County To Complete Polio Inoculation Program Monday The program of giving the thr Health Department from this second j>hot of Salk polio vaccine to Allegany County second and third graders will completed Monday by the County Health Department. Dr. Winter P. Frantz. county hralth officer, said a total of 2,377 shots had been administered through November 30 to second and third graders in public and federal orogram. but Health Dc> partment officials feel sure the vaccine will be available within a few months. Plans for administration have not been completed. Area Man Sentenced Hugh \V. Powell, 36, of RD 1, parochial schools of the county. Fros fburg.' was sen tenced yester day to a year in the Maryland House of Correction by Juvenile Court Magistrate Morris Baron on a charge of non-support of his wife and four minor children. He said the December schedule included students of eight schools and that the program will end with shots for Parkside School today and Virginia Avenue and Eckhart schools Monday Nurses have been reporting that most of the 3,615 children who enrolled for the first shot in April brought consent slips for the second shot. Indications point to over 90 per cent participation in the irrent shots which will complete the program from free vaccine furnished by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. No plans have been announced for the free administration of the ;hird, or booster shot, for the children who are completing the second phase of the program. Additional supplies of free vaccine wil be available through the Health Department from Maryland's $385,123 share of funds provided by Congress last year for polio vaccine. N The funds will provide vaccine for an initial series of two shots !or about 240,000 more Maryland youngsters. No definite information has been received here as to the amount of vaccine which will be available toj November Attendance In Schools Reported Good. The November attendance in Allegany County public elementary schools averaged 95.7 per cent, according to Homer S. Higgins, pervisor of pupil personnel for (lie Board of Education. Best attendance among the cle mcutary schools was Luke's 98.'j per cent, that school's best over the five year period. In the George's Creek area Barton was tops with 97.4 per cent. Cumberland's best was John Humbird, 97.3 per cent Other elementary schools with their best November attendance in five years are Piney Plains, 967; Cresaptown, 95.8; Virginia Avenue. 95.3: Mt. Royal. 96.7. The new Parkside School recorded 96.3 per cent attendance last month. THE COMMUNITY BAKING CO. Among (he county schools which stop at the junior high school level, the average attendance was 96.9 per cent, which is two-tenths of one per cent below last year's 97.1. Carver had 98.1: Cresaptown, 97.3; Bcall Elementary, 97, and Pennsylvania Avenue, 90.2. Junior-senior high school attendance averaged 95.4 per cent. Leading the pack was Beall High School, with 97.3 per cent. Others with their best record in the past three years arc Bruce, 95,7; Mt. Savage, 95.2, and Flintstone, 94.1. Mono Lake, beautiful body of water in 'California, has no outlet and is so densely alkaline that it contains no fish. Korea was an ancient kingdom with a history dating back to the 12th century B. C.. long known as the ••Hermit Kingdom." iStag SHAVE * GIFT SET * Popular lotion, talc * and shaving cream In * handsome * gift box. 2.29 FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberland and Frostburg w 8-Diamond Bridal Set f 14-kt. Gold .50 $2.00 Weekly ART CARVED DIAMONDS NATIONALLY KNOWN WATCHES TRIFARI FINE JEWELRY Exclusive Agents For STIEFF Will Hold Your Choice STERLING SILVER Credit At No Extra Charge £ CUMBERLAND BALTIMORE ST. m *"-™ n § XMAS JEWELRY STORE friday, Saturday only at MARTIN'S... more furs than Santa ever saw! •3 ' & ''. t*. ~ Our New York Furrier's Fabulous Christmas Collection! Mr. Roy J. Hartley will be here /^ if you're a smart cookie... Take a bright red pencil . . . circle the fur you want most, whether it's a little wrap or a full-length coat . . . then leave this ad in a prominent spot (you might pin it to his shaving mirror!) so your Santa will get the idea, know EXACTLY what you want for Christmas! Martin's Convenient Charge Plans! 1—Divided Payments . . . Convenient Monthly Payments To suit Your Needs. 2—Use Your Regular Martin's Charge 3—Small Deposit Will Hold Your Fur in Layaway! Friday and Saturday to assist You! t . m l ea ve this page where your Santa can see it! ou squirrel stoles squirrel capes squirrel tux front stole squirrel choir boy stole: muskrof clutch capet muslcrat sling capos muskrat full stoles persian paw jackets 4-ikIn mink scarfs 3-skin marten scarfs 3-skin American table scarfs American broadtail copelats dyed fox shrugs mink shoulderettes LITTLE FUR '99 hundreds, yes, hundreds of others from $59 to $199 I mink stoles silver blue mink capes pastel mink pocket stoles ranch mink clutch capes natural $ 399 plus many more from $429 ro $5000 Sheared Raccoon . . . . '. $399. Natural Grey Persian Lambs . $399. Black Dyed Persian Lambs $299. Natural Mink Paws •. $599. Nalural Beavers $499. Smart Muskrats .' $199. Mouton Processed Larnb $99. and hundreds of others from $99 t° $2000 all prices plus federal tax all furs labeled to show country of origin j

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