Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 31, 1952 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1952 NINE Your Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes and Ilnd what, your 'oatlooSc is, according to the stars. For Friday, February 1, 1953 ItARCH 21 to APRIL 20 fArJfS —MaJT be reason for change of plans, and more quickly than expected, especially in business. Do &H smoothly, safely as you can. Aspirations for big gains may have to be curbed. APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus*—Don't be hasty In scolfin? at opinions that oppose yours. Seek more knowledge, ask the why of others' Ideas. You may gain points you had first overlooked. MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Influences different from what a: first glance you may surmise. Tricky problems need careful handling. A more realistic viewpoint will a:d in working for more lasting results. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 fCancer)— Sensible amount of leeway useful for attracting advantages. You can Judse better with unbiased mind. Your opinion is valuable, if used wi'.h recognition of others' knowledge. i JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leol—Keep i sharp watch on trends. Don't make only snap judgments. Study, seek sound advice. i Stars Indicate you may have to work hard. perhaps faster, to get by really -well today. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo) —Likely some surprising circumstances. Day net wholly what you had planned for? Be alert, survey what's going on, what's successful, what isn't. Act smartly, and with tact. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra) —Your ability to function abl7 under strenuous conditions will stand by you. You'll move faster than anticipated with wise methods and forethought. This is the topnctchers' way. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scor- pioi—Our civic leaders, clergy all ask us to think seriously of our nation's affairs. Favorable aspects for intelligent, unselfish activities. We all have a stake in the future. , NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sag- ittarius)—Indirect Influences could be most helpful if you are in rifciit mood for accomplishment. What you. do now will be big la.ctor sooner than you may expect. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—You can easily handle many of your problems by getting an -early start and consistently trying. Have^ this spirit and humor that goes with truly successful endeavors. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—Hold to consistency. What may appear negative may be actively good, what seems favorable may be the reverse. We suggest caution, slow-but-sure action, bloodiness tabu. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) — '. Need a Jolt? Give yourself one. Realize your advintagea and real issues, often the: wrong -sl:int or viewpoint misleads greatly i when we are, or could be, • on the right road. YOU BORN TODAY have many advantages that should garner good results, but you must take- the inititatlve more often. Sometimes lack of Incentive, laziness, restlessness — all are hazards to the best way of life. Know your faults, aim to correct them. There Is always a big chance for you to achieve. Scientific research offers you a great field; also could be persuasive lawyer, writer, able teacher, artist. May get along especially well with Pisces, Capricorn, Sagittarius. Birthday of Victor Herbert, composer; Sir Edward Coke, noted lawyer; Clark Gable, actor. • The United States has a production capacity of approximately 105 million tons of steel a year.. City Investigates Black "Snowf all" "Black snow", that fell on South Street and'Stewart Avenue last Friday is being investigated by the City Smoke Abatement Department, George M. Hitchcock, engineer in charge, reports. Samples of the flaky material, which resembles lamp black, are undergoing laboratory tests, he added. Hitchcock said the samples indi-. cate the residue is from a highly volatile fuel. Last August, heavy deposits of "black snow" fell overnight in the South End. The current nuisance, Hitchcock said, was deposited during the day. Approximately 25 million cows contributed to U. S. milk production in. 1951. It takes 9.77 quarts of milk to make .a pound of butter. Unemployment Feared In Malaya Rubber Plants PENANG, Malaya (ff) — Rubber dealers here fear that widespread unemployment will result from Indonesia's banning of the'-export of some grades of rubber to Malaya. Marry factories in Penang-, as well as in other cities of the Federation and Singapore, are devoted almost entirely to the reprocessing of crude rubber brought in from Indonesia, SUPER MARKETS 100% Self-Service Meats Cut, weighed, irinmied of excess fat and pre-packaged in clear, sanitary cellophane and displayed in clean, white refrigerated cases. Why wait? Wait On Yourself. All sales unconditionally guaranteed. LEAN SLAB Acme Just-Kite Quality lb. 39c Sliced Ib. 45c Beef Fresh Ground Daily ... We Are Proud of Our Qualify 65: Armour Star Country Sansage it. 59c Frylnj . . . Backi and Chickens Necks n, 23C Fresh Rib End Pork Chops Ib. 49c Stock Vp Tour Pantry Shelf at This Low Price-CANNED COOKED CHICKENS "£* SAVE OVER 40% *0*lf '&** 3t * 9 ^«4 • 5o *>*<>»:'*« $1*79 Boiled Ham "-* Braunschweiger Gui Boiling Beef %£ Own CATSUP Pride ot Farm Chocolat* town Feinnt Butter Cups KRUNCH £g CREMES SSS S'lo'SSLOO 27e bOI MiJ* V ^n 35C 11 oz 38c l /2 ». 59c I! Sea Whiiing Fillets J /2 ».39c Halibut Sfeak & 39c 1 Cocktail Shrimp «tiF*+ S--* Waterless a// J Cookware .$*£ ,'£>,?/ss. *88f INSTANT CHOC. M „„ INSTANT COCOA NMUrt '» 0 ; 53c CREMES l"Sr« n ' CAT FOOD Fuss - N "- Boot ' For the health of your Dog feed htm YUMMIES E-oz. t f§ —. pkc. 1/C Wilson Roast Beef'°r53c Acme Self-Service Fresher Produce . . Large, sweet, thin - skinned, heavy with juice. Rushed to your Acme In Just three days from the Florida Orchard;!. Florida Grapefruit Fancy Slicing Tqmaioes Lima Beans 19 Farmdalo Brand . . . fresh picked, 12-or. Supreme quick frozen to p]tg assure freshness. How! Have total amounts oi your purchases in our stores — except Household Institute items—punched on the card we give you. With each S5.00 In "punches," on one or more cards, buy your choice oi (my Household Institute item at our money-saving card price. Here's What.' You get heavy cast aluminum. Cooks over low heat on the top oi your rang* ... requires no water to cook fresh foods—saves Urn* and work In the kitchen ... features Nu-Look Glass Lids — lets you see food cooking without taking off lid. Lid bastes food for you I 6 QT. DUTCH OVEN For soups, stews, Jellies, quantity waterless cooklBt. top-stove roasting:, etc. $4.49 with $9.00 Without cord Card BREAKFAST SET sauce pan and frying pan. $O.49 with $6.20 without cord cord ORANGES 8-Jb. Bag 45' Pit*. 25c Pascal, 24 Slie Celery », Zipper-Skinned, 210 Size Tangerines 2 inch *wC doz. 29c Fresh Picked Flavor. Buy them every day at your Acme! On Mb. Asco, Wincresl or Ideal COFFEE • \t With coupon from 1-lb. GOOD LUCK the TABLE margarine Hew Lower KetaQ In Good Luck 1 lb. x«e Grape Juice Id " 1 Orange Juice "•* Cul Corn Ia " 1 Sliawberries 1 ""' 8-01. can 6-oz. can Sliced 19c 19c 10-oz. 91 _ pkj. *IC 12-oi. OC- pk ( . Joe IDEAL TEA BAGS Blended for fine flavor. Ideal is quality tea. Delightfully invigorating. Its flavor wins favor. 50-cl. box 43' HOB-FORK A wonderful "main-dish" the whole family will like and it takes iust minutes to prepare. 12-oz. can 44' ORANGE JUKE Ideal . . . drink a glass of this appealing, healthful juice every morning. 46-oz. can 26' T> ••••**•• Woodslde Dlltter Creamery R •m.niS^ujfc.^a" Asco Whole ApriWOIS Unpeeled J mmm****. Weal Pure UlCe Apple Gold Seal Cooked Spaghetti s": 2 86c No. 2 ! / 2 OO-. can vOCr 32-oz. 1 C _. bottle IDC 15%-oz. Oiy^, cans CM X C ^^ • Princess Colored A JlO» ^f^mm *^ M^ ^M^ tf^h BIA^ ^^M ^h. * U »1^ jyiargarme Q™«™ L IBS. **«« ^•-^,j__ Bridal Bouo^iet Toilet. Sth | •9 WCtp ior Ic with 4 at reg. price. * ) bars 29C Pui a TV Set In Yonr School TREE." Just UTC jour caih reiliter receipts. Get fall detail] at jonr Acme Market! Smooth, Rich Flavor IDEAL TOMATO JUICE KIch In vltam)"- Ulch In flavor. Ideal . . . our finest quality. Owned and Operated by THE AMERICAN STORES CO. Th<>< pricu effectiv. in all ACME MARKETS until doling Saturady. February 2nd. 46-oz. can 25' f^mijmff f** % Pure Vegetable VftlSCO Shortening 3 93c Potato Chips WI " t;33c • PeaCheS Freestone UAVM -Armour'a £*C111I Chopped No. 2V2 Op^^ can AtO^r- ",; 54c Peanut Butter ™ ;35c Doq Food KenLHalio " JMSc Cumberland's Completely Self-Serve ACME MARKET is Located at 316 North Centre Street

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