Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 31, 1952 · Page 26
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 26

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, January 31, 1952
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EVENEVG TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Brannan Gets Commission Leo C. Brannan, 25, of 803 Ridgedale Avenue, received a commission as second lieutenant in the local Organized Army Reserve in ceremonies at the Reserve Armory. Major Grant E. Hoover, unit 1 instructor, presented the commission j ^J^!"^"^ to Brannan. " Brannon became interested in a duty with the regular Army, but not having a high school education was handicapped. He enlisted in the local Reserve Corps after being discharged from «*« ta I 946 ,,*"? was K. 319th Airborne Infantry Regiment here. Immediately upon enlisting, he commission while he was on active ^ application for the Army Ex- If You ACT Today You Can STOP BEING DEAF FOR ONLY . . . . at Announcing the amazing new Acous- ticon SPECIAL Hearing Aid ... the all-purpose hearing old at the extremely low price of only $69.50. SKIN RECEIVER No rt«iver in your «or, with th» new DR-1 son recaivor. No ear buttons, no hoadband, no pressura, nothing in •ith»r » a r. Ask to se« it with the Acousti:on SPECIAL hearing aid. Don't Fat It Off Another Day FREE! HEARING CLINIC Algonquin Hotel, Cumb'd, Md. Sat., Feb. 2, 1952, 10 am - 11 pm IF YOU CANT COME IN WRITE WE TODAY Roy C. leicallast Certified Master Acoustician ACOUSTICON HEADING AIDS 158 W. Washington St. Hag., Ma 1 . SUN., FEB. 3, 1952 CORWIN HOTEL, KEYSER, W. VA. Course from the Infantry tension School. Later he took a test through the I Maryland Board of Education and was qualified to receive a high i school diploma. Brannon advanced through the ranks from corporal to second Heu- I tenant in a period of four years. I Brannon is employed by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad as an assistant accountant in the division storekeeper office. Married to the former Miss Barbara Miller, Brannon has three children, David, 8, Russell, 4, and Deborah, 1. While on active duty with the Army, Brannon received his basic infantry training at Camp Croft, S. C. He was later assigned to Leyte, Philippine Islands, where he served in various replacement companies for two months. In October, 1945, he was assigned to the Third Camp Battalion at HoDandia, New Guinea. In January of 1946, he was transferred to Head- cjuarters Company, Base P, Fin- schoffen, New Guinea where he was assigned to sergeant guard at the Japanese prisoner of war stockade. Base F was 'discontinued in May, 1946, so Brannon was re-assigned to the 609th Graves Regiment Unit where he aided in recovering the deceased personnel from the battlefields of the South Pacific. Brannon returned to the United States and enlisted in the Organized Reserve Corps November, 1946. VITAMINS! 2! KEEP YOUR FAMILY IN GOOD HEALTH Wt carry the following linet of wtomini— MITes One-A-Day — Parke Darij — Squibb — Up-Johni — Abbotts — V. C. A. (and others) RAND'S Cor. Baltimore and N. Centre St. 17 Ne^ Hospitals Ready WASHINGTON— (JP) —The Veterans Administration announced today 17 new hospitals are expected to be ready for veterans this year, but five existing hospitals • probably will be closed. The new hospitals are expected to provide 9,826 beds and the six listed for closing have 3,713 beds. This will give the nation a net gain of 6,113 hospital beds. The new hospitals will replace others being closed in the same area. Scheduled for opening this year, with the number of beds for each, are the following hospitals, all for general medical and surgical cases unless otherwise noted: Baltimore, 295, tuberculosis. Clock "Stopped" Laws To Remain BALTIMORE — 0P) — There's not ] much chance that Maryland laws enacted when the clock was "stopped" will be wiped off the books for that reason, according to Attorney General Hall Hammond. Maryland's lawmakers, in common with many other state legislators, sometimes work on borrowed time if the legal adjournment time is up. They do this by stopping or covering the clock just before the.deadline. A circuit court judge in West Virginia has declared a motor truck weight law unconstitutional because it was passed' a day after the legal adjournment time. It was one of several major pieces of legislation passed last year while the clock was stopped. Reindeer, although much more intelligent than cattle, are not as intelligent as horses. Cold Record Set SASKATOON, Sask. — <fl>) — Now that it's over, weather records compiled at the University Saskatchewan show 1951 was the oldest year here since 1900. The average temperature for the year was 39 degrees. • Jonssen Pianos • Gibson Refrigerators > • Gibson Electric Ranges • Detroit Jewel Gas Ranges Far Cash the Cheapest For Credit the Easiest PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE REINHARTS 17 Baltimore St. Committees Named By County Group Mrs. Harry Barton, president of the". Allegany . County Tuberculosis Association, has announced the names of nominating, budget, and program committeemen of the organization. The program commil,iee is comprised of Dr. Hilda Jane' Walters, chairman; Dr. Winter R. Prantz, Leo Delaney, Mrs^ Stanley Buckley, Rev. Seth Morrow, Mrs. Eleanor Westerfeld and Mrs. Arthur Evans Members of tbe budget and nominating committee are Joseph Naughton, chairman, Charles Smith and Mrs. Floyd Shaw. During the meeting, a report or the 1951 Christmas Seal Sale was given. To date, $12,577.74 or 84 per cent of the goal has been collected by the association. A breakdown shows that $10,254.06 was collected in Cumberland, $1,471.55 in Frostburg, and 5852.13 was collected in Westernport. A discussion of the executive report showed that 4,000 pamphlets and'500 posters were distributed by the organization to students in Allegany and • Garret* .county schools". Fifteen schools have : shown the association's health films to their students. Handy Bulldozer GREELEY, Nebr.— (Ff — A construction company's truck stalled on a hill near Greeley—but not for long. Workman unloaded the truck' and used the load to push the truck over the hill. The "load" was a bulldozer. Heckling Instructions KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya (JP) — Rent-payers in this Federation capital, determined that they shall be heard oh municipal matters, are going to be taught how to heckle. Badi A. Krishman, chairman of the Sel- angor Rentpayers Association, said his group would support but one candidate in forthcoming city elections. :l But," he said, "we are going to heckle plenty. I shall instruct members how to heckle myself." U. S. Purchases Large ' Number'Pakistan Hides KARACHI, Pakistan yp)— Pakistan hides and skins-exports totalled $19,470,000 during' the year ending June, 1951, official sources announced. Of the total exported, the United States, Germany, Japan, and. other hard-currency areas accounted for" $8,430,000. U. S. purchase! reached' $4;980,<X)0. • NEED A LOAN? Come In Or Phone Now! Furniture and Signature Loam AUTO LOANS IN 5 MINUTES 201 S. GEORGE ST. AT HARRISON — PHONE 2017 David Sipel. Mgr. RELY ON BANDS Regular 69e MEN'S "T" SHIRTS Quality <ombed ' yarn. • Small, Mel' dium «nd Ltrgi sizes. RELY ON RAND'S THERE'S LESS TO PAY THE RAND WAX CUT RATE Cor. Baltimore and N. Centre Sts. RELY ON RAND'S SAVL WH/LE Tftey lost U P <° '-25 Vo/ues FINEST POCKET KNIVES Your choice of 30 rtyl«l Single or Doubli Bladei.. some with extra gadgets,. Finest Stt«l Blades, Choice of Handle!. Buy several at Mi low prict. Res. 1.18 Va/ue yOU SAVE 49c 25TH BIRTHDAY PARTY SPECIAL TEK Tooth Brushes T«k'» waUrproof bristl** c 1 i ft n your t»«th quick- ! •r, *A*i«r, bttUr. '.'.. 32, : , 69' tdfiui 'SMART! NEW!* FREE OF EXTRA COST! You git a PUMP DISPENSER With Purchase of , CASHMERE BOUQUET LOTION at th, Regular Prici Cashmere Bouquet's delicate blind quality, pi in ri-nll* lanolin, Leares skin Pleasantly toft and , smooth. 1e SALE PEPSODENT - TOOTHPASTE.. 63C I BAR LUX SOAP k A cotg of Lux Toi- ^ _ Ut Soap only Ic f^A^ vh»n you buy the WT t e o A om y i!u of Pep- tod,nt Tooth F'tff STOPfTTE INTRODUCTORY SALE STOPETTE DEODORANT . . 1,25 AND THE NEW STOPETTE DEODORANT BODY POWDER Now 50c 2.25 Valug . _ NOW 1*'*I Both for I I JMEI1 Get them Ready for Scout Week! . February 6-12 . . ..42nd Anniversary of Boy Scout Week! Cubs; Cap Shirt ... Trousers Belt $1.10 $3.15 $4.50 . . 65c Neckerchief 55c Slides 12c & 25c Socks 60c Scoufs: Shirf ' $3.35 Trousers $4.95 Cap $1.10 Neckerchief 55c & 60c Belt 65c Slides 25c Leggings $2.25 Socks 60c Scouting has a richly deserved place of honor on the American and world-wide scenes. This year, Feb. 6-12 has been designated as Boy Scout Week in celebration of scouting 42nd Anniversary. Make certain the Scout in your family is properly uniformed always by yisiting Schwarzenbach's second floor Scout Department. , ?\, • Western Maryland's Leading Headquarters for Boy Scout Uniforms and Supplies AN OLD-TIME INSTITUTION WITH NEJV-TIME WAYS HELP SOLVE This Mystery! ON EDGE? Sit Still? TAILETi J7lt77c LIQUID lie NERVINE MULTIPLE VITAMINS Take TabCin ic Compound . Batten' Clean*!' * I •§ W«^— MISS] COINS tot Regular 14.95 AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC POP-UP TOASTER I'Sisamino. bright. Jo n*w and full of conveni«nc«. Golden brown I toait every, time' Cut to 39c ISOPROPYL RUBBING ALCOHOL !COMPOUND FULL PINT Like an invisible hair netTSLEEP RELAXED II the liquid hair net holds curls and waves in place now y&un in th* NSW Spcc/o/ Sa/e 10 PIECE MINIATURE TEA POT SET Miniaturt B««utiti i AU/ECT lor th. what, nor B^il^'' ih.lf. PRICE EVER I T'S the amazing hair spray that keeps your hair neat, lustrous and manageable between shampoos! Now you can give your hair that "professional touch" just-as beauty shops do. Simply spray Liquinet on your hair. Like an invisible hair net, Lfcj.ui- net holds every fc.u'sl' : i'h.f J^g-.. 1 KEEP THL4T "BEAtJlTY SHOP" LOOK. GET IT TODAY! SW&1C BOTTLE/**- Soz.OlM/" oer-o-sol pressure can air-o^spray squeeze bottle When sleepless nights leave you exhausted in the morning it is tlmi to do something about it. RELAXIN TABLETS can help you get refreshing, calm, undisturbed rest when nervous tension threatens to disturb normal sleep. RELAXIN TABLETS an non-habit 'Forming, medically approved ingredients. — Taki as directed. 24 Tablet* $1.00 f THOUSANDS WHO WEAR . FALSE TEETH tlND GRIAUR COMFOftr • WITH £ZO DENMl CUSHIONS 'Helievei tore »pota on tender gunu du» to ill-filling denluiM. Help* you wear and become accuitomed to new plate*. Enables you to chew food* ^ou had trouble eating betar*. Not a Powdet, Not a Patt» DIAL SOAP COMPLEXION SIZE BATH SIZE PlsS 2/23 c 2/33 e Mint the emaiw ckeL T A Month's Supply Only 50c 4.95 HAND CARPET SWEEPERS Cut To $1.98 If you have collected pennies or nickels in a coin bank or some other container, 90! them back in circulation. By depositing them in a savings account !•*.'«, you will be contributing to your own future welfare while helping to solve the coin shortage. UPPIH LOWER HISTOPLUS IN ANl STAGE OF A COLD ECOMMICV. MHCSBI 98 f NEW! TOM THUMB MINIATURE FLASHLIGHT B«autt(ul C h r o m • C^» « *. F» r prizes. <tK*fttr*, auto, nursery '* to COHPIITI WITH R E L Y O N^m AMDS RELY, HAND'S RELY ON RAND'S SECOHD NATIONAL BANK OF CUMBERLAND *«MIE« FEO«Al « K «vi SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORfORAT.ON

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