Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 7, 1952 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1952 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Herman Mills Seeks Election To U. S. Senate Mayor Herman L. Mills of Hagerstown yesterday announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination to the U. S. Senate. MlHs, who entered the Senate race In 1950 but withdrew before the primary, 1« the fourth candidate to announce for the Republican nomination. Rep. J. Glenn Beall of Frostburg; H. Grady Gore, Rockvllle business man, and Paul Robertson of Baltimore already have filed. In announcing hLs candidacy. Mills promised, If elected, to fight "with all my strength the senseless policies of giving away our money to other nations all over the world." He called It a "ridiculous policy of 'give away and throw away'" and said if sent to the Senate, "no power on earth will keep me quiet on these things." "The Irresponsible dreamers who now control our government go about the world giving away your money and mine to any nation that will take It, While in our own country we ne«d schools, hospitals, asylums, correctional institutions, roads and homes for our people," the mayor said. Except for his brief run In the 1950 Senate race, Mills Is relatively unknown In Maryland politics, although his economy measures have received some note. Mills was elected mayor In 1949 and has prided himself on reducing Hagerstown's budget to one of the lowest points in the city's recent history. His term ends next year. He said his decision to enter the Senate race has not been a hasty one. "I have talked to many people from all parts of the state of Maryland and all parts of the United States. It is clear that the great majority of our people are tired of voting people out of office only to find they have voted someone else into office who does no better when he gets to Washington." He said «ntirely too much money te being taken from the people in taxes.. "Stop the giving away, throwing nway and waste," he added, "and these terrible taxes will not be necessary." WISHING Hegwtertd U. S. Patent Cfllct. Unintentional 'Blackout' Follows Failure Of Power SINGAPORE—W) — Intentional blackouts, a daily measure introduced to conserve Singapore's limited electric power, are so much of iin expected thing that It's difficult to recognize a genuine, unintentional power failure. At 1 p. m. the other day in a Singapore residential section, the fans stopped and Ice in home refrigerators began to thaw. By 7 p. m. there was still no power. Someone, suspicious that this "blackout" had lasted longer than •usual, dscided to call the power utation. This was the first word that the city's electricians had received of the accidental failure. 2 H 5 Y 7 T 4 I ~& I ~2 T 1 O 5 J 3 A 4 I 2 Y 3 E 5 O 3 C 3 T 7 B 6 I 7 T 4 O 7 M & A 8 Y •i P 5 V 6 L 7 A 4 S 'i R 4 A 6 P 8 T 5 R 2 Y X L, 6 M 7 S 8 U '3 E 4 T 6 C 4 R 4 N 6 IT 4 Q 7 A 8 R o L V S 5 S 2 A 5 O 4 S 2 M a A 6 i 3 H 8 O a V 8 H '/ I 8 L •i E 7 N S O — 7- S 5 E 3 S 4 N 8 D 6 B 3 P. — 4 U 2 P 6 L 7 L 4 o 2 Y 7 U 6 H 7 N 4 I 'i S 7 A 8 Y 4 C 8 R 3 L 5 F 6 L 5 W 7 S observatory, but these long' ago were filled to capacity. When the administrators began their cataloging work, they found thousands of technical books, classics magazines, catalogues, and other papers over-flowing the shelves once intended to hold them, and stacked on furniture which crowded all the rooms. x After he became a widower, friends said Dr. Hoffman no longer tried tc keep order, inside or out. and the mansion, once a showplace, had deteriorated badly. H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. 1C the number of. letters is 6 or more, subtract 4. H the number is less than 6, add 3, The result is your key number- Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. Coj>yri»ht. 1052,-ky William J. Miller. DutrMwM br Khtf Fttturw. lnc.2"7 Late Indiana Physician Lived Like A 'Collyer' ROCHESTER, Ind.—(INS)—Remember the story of New York's Collyer brothers, the two aged hermits whose deaths started an "expedition" to wade through the possessions in their home? Well, two estate administrators in Rochester are up against a similar problem. Their monstrous task is to go through the' worldly possessions of the late Dr. G. E. Hoffman. Dr. Hoffman's belongings are in a more ordered state than those of the Collyers, but he exceeded the brothers in, one respect. He filled two mansions, Instead of one, with his stuff. Both the two-and-one-half story brick mansions in which the doctor lived for much of his life, and a. smaller brick home where he lived for several years until it became more crowded than the first home, are jammed with articles, many of considerable value. A friend said that Dr. Hoffman returned to the larger home for the last two or three years of his life, apparently because the smaller house had become even more crowded than the first. This friend described the late doctor as g "literary and medical genius" whose interests caused him to go on buying new devices, books, antiques and other items even though he had trouble finding any place to put them. Dr. Hoffman was described as being avidly Interested not only in medical science, but also in astronomy, psychology, politics, literature Goodbye Heartburn -Hello Quick relief for sour stomach. gas. acid indigestion. Still only lOc. TUMS FOR THE TUMMY mechanics, world affairs, photo graphy and music. A dozen violins are items which the administrators have listed among the contents of the Hoffman mansion. There were dozens of cameras, ranging from tiny vest- pocket v size to large professional type cameras. * One of the first type of Speed Graphics with a variable back is among the collection. Expensive lenses, developing equipment frames, films and slides have been catalogued. A photograph enlarger, still in its original wrappings and bearing a $175 price tag, is another item Other .possessions believed to have considerable value include Dr Hoffman's collection of pistols and rifles. Everything from muzzle- loaders to modern high-powerec guns were found in a small closet The doctor's interest in music was evidenced by hundreds ol records found in his residences He radios, frcm models, anc all of them were still in his possession when he died. The doctor, who had lived alone for many years following the death of his wife, had a glass-domed observatory which once had been the show-place of the larger mansion Prom this observatory, he studied the heavens through a 40-powered telescope. Built-in bookcases line the spiral staircase Ipadin? to the Malayan Resistance To Reds Applauded PENANG, Malaya — (/Pi — The courage and fortitude" with which he people of Malaya are facing Communist terrorism has drawn raise from America's newly-arrived .iplomatic representative .to Singa- iore and the Federation. Charles P. Baldwin, U. S. consul eneral, said he was impressed by he high morale he had seen during lis visit here and in Singapore, vhere he makes his headquarters. Pledging to work for closer rela- ions between. Malaya and the United States, Baldwin declared: American interests in Malaya ilearly transcend mere commercial ntercourse." had purchased many head-sets to recent J VITAMINS ! ! ! KEEP YOUR FAMILY IN GOOD HEALTH We corry the following lines of vitamins — Milej One-A-Day — Parkc Davis Squibb — Up-Johni — Abbotts V. C. A. (and others) RAND'S Cor. Baltimore and N. Centre St. AN OLD-TIM! INSTITUTION WITH NEW-TIME WAYS "Lifesaver What should you do when other business, weather, health, or distance prevent your coming to the bank? Use our bank-by-mail service—it's a "lifesaver" in such situations. Ask for details at your convenience. SECOND NATIQNALBM OF .CUMBERLAND FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Your Horoscope I.-«i' in the section !n which your birthday com-s in; run, wbai your outlook is, according to the sUr«. For Frld«y, Febnimrj 8, 199* •MARCH 31 to APRIJ. SO (Aries)—Though day may not be all favorable you should find much Inner verve and turn the tide of a fortune your way. Make mediocre Jeads Into good returns by keen Judging and acting. APRIL 91 to MAY 20 (Taurus)—Curb Impulse to express opinions freely where It means little but personal satisfaction. Be patient with Irritable persons, situations: things run more smoothly when we help harmony. MAV 51 to JDNB 21 (Geralnti—More generous day than you suppose. Dig deep Into facts, ask questions, Improvement Is always possible. P. M. may have some unfriendly leanings; mark time, rather than fight It. ' JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Day offers much and In varied ways. You can Improve your position, enhance your, personality. Increase assets. Don't 'rush things; study, and be alert to .use best course available. JULY 21 to AUGUST 23 (Leo)—While enjoying your good fortune, lend » help- Ing hand to the lest fortunate and receive God's blessings. Day sponsors co. operation, good-neighbor policy for benefit of mankind. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo) —Quietly view .things before deciding on any changes or moves that might be costly. Errors occur with haste, overanxiety. I More headway If you proceed in sensible manner. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra) —Heed advice to Virgo today. Benefits In proven projects, familiar work, helpful organizations. Remember new, unfamiliar matters have new hazards. Think twice before acting. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Sort of day that can be called very practical. Be alert to fine advantages. Forget the little unessential and annoyances; point for big thlnga in a really big vay. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius) — Executive,, employe, home body, student will do veil to work in harmony for Joint success. Amenable attitude' ud- vocated all-round, and less self-centered- acss. Show your bright nature. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY SI (Capricorn) — Can be one of your flue days; aspects indicate opportunity. Are you going to use it? Forget the past, how well you did or didn't, set up a new front with revitalized ambition. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 2lj (Aquarius) — Opportune time to seek new Advantages. good openings now evident. Avoid any display of temper or unruly emotions and you can sail through to a happy and satisfying ending. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)— During a. m., exercise extra caution in money and business dealings. Afternoon: better prospects for your imaginative, la- tultive mind. Romance, domesticity stress delicacy, consideration. YOU BORN TODAY: Good outlook, much for which to be thankful. Follow through and really make your fine self felt. Seek higher education, and sturdily heed religious Inclinations. To get to the top ask dally. "Am I doing the right thing?" You often disclose facts which explode others' theories: you can cut corners in problems. Have a logical mind, use i',. Are inventive, constructive when alert. Look around, pep yourself up dally and advance Birthdate: Jules Verne, famed writer; John Equity Suit Docketed An equity suit was filed yesterday in Allegany County Circuit Court. The bill of complaint was titled Helen Paugh against Donald L. Faugh. doctor suggests CUTICURA Writes another: 'I used Cuticura Soap and Ointment just twice—and saw great improve- ment.V Try! See why Cuticura « so effective. iSix Brownies Advanced By Troop 43 At LaVale Six Brownies of Troop 43, LaVale vlethodlst Church, were advanced Tuesday. New intermediates are: Beth Buchanan. Martha Coulehan, Meltina Diehi. Bertha and Janet Duke and Judy Murphy. Exercises grown. Ruskir- critic; m. Tecumseh Sherman, Amer, 'gen']; Lana Turner, actress. (Copyright, 1952, King Features Syndicate. Inc.) Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort FASTEETH, a pleasant alkaline (nonacid) powder, holds false teeth more firmly. 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