Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 13, 1952 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1952 NINE' Your Horoscope •-.took In ths Mellon in which your birth- say comc« and find what your outlook Is, •(cording to the stars, j F«r Thtiridijr, f.brutrj- 11, 109) iKARCH 31 W APRIL, 30 (Arleit—Avoid igollih tendency to gamble with securities, Mr»onil properties, any assets. Let your o»tt*r »«if dominate, and you w!l! never rwret »ct». Offers to travel m»y Invite, «}t judje well. 31 to MAY 20 (Taurus)— Sllrau- aspect* for business, finances, tioiu well checked (especially in jrly hours). Brook no deception, under$2 nandedness. Any lain through trickery is not good. MAY 21 to JUtns 11 (Gemini)—Inter- Mtlng end benellc day. You working in business concerns, builders, contractor!, professional employment nil should move forward appreciably toward goals. Aspects Improve. / JCNE 11 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Some less friendly situations (01 money matters. Watch most carefully all business Interests, monies, etc. Above all don't disregard same In p. m. Scrutinize the news! JULY 34 to AUOU8T 22 (Leo)—Be the diplomat in personal and work activities Avoid present tendency to take things for granted: work for anything you iMlly want. Ear to tht ground, strlva to Improve trend. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo) —Excellent day lor headway in trading, renovating, conferences: lor work on future activities: contracts, traveling. Careful attitude and open oilod always help. SEPTEMBER 34 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra) —Strike a sensible pace; don't lag, become complacent. New methods, buying on future possibilities in understood markets favored in measure. Artistic endeavor rates. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Quiet planning, assorting and study of problems early will facilitate your chances of success. Research, confidential work generally favored, but all must be realistic!? handled. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 32 (Sagittarius)—Take optimistic but practical outlook and Httltude. Do your best NOW with whatever tools «nd opportunity at hand: don't just wait for "better" days. Adhere to nound fundamentals. DECEMBER 23 to'JAHUARY 31 (Capricorn,!—Need not have much trouble with today's tendencies IF you hold true to your innate industrlousneis, concentrate on Important things and have faith. F. M. favors persona! affairs more. JANUARY 32 to FEBRUARY 20 (AqUar- iui)—Some disturbing elements that could grow Into large obstacles if you don't watch, check carefully. Exercise your talents, cheerful attitude: use your best qualities, and trust in Cod. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)— Your sturdy outlook will endorse day's good possibilities. Prejs on In best way and day should prove better than just satisfying. You are endowed with good qualities, use th«nt rightly. YOU BORN T^IDAY have Hresh- advantages now, and general outlook urges bard work with admirable achieving. Continue education, learning. Be patient. Don't be easily turned from wise "first" decisions. Be careful in personal habiU, and handling private affairs. You could major In science, law. »«, music: make good as merchant, in sporU. Slow to »n*er but may procrastinate, b« Indecisive at wronc time. Check these and you on go »s fur as you honestly try. Birthdate: Israel ZangwllI, Jewish leader, author. (Copyright, 1852, King Features Syndicate, Inc.) Long Addition On an adding machine that adds up to 16 places. 127,538.582 years would be needed to resch the highest possible figure, II you added one at a time and punched the key 180 times a minute, night and day. al gune. It probably Is the oldest organized tport in America. The family of the Aga, Khan. Moslem leader, claims descent from Oldest American Sport Lacrosse, a game of American Indian origin, was adopted by white settlers In Canada and hss come to be regarded as the Canadian nation- APPLICATION REUEVES ITCHY SKIN «mo — • mcKMrn higUjr medicated Mtfajptic-promptly reltavw Itch tad Fatlma, daughter of the prophit Mohammed. ' ;"•'. ir vou HA* A HICK tma riLLo* SORE THROAT 0 COLDS ^ Ht« [!•—6' ura •[nix* TONSILINE . «MMHLT mxvt n I M , •„, "Open" Every "Evening" STARTS THURSDAY at 9. A.M.-Entire Store Stock and Fixtures 57 Baltimore Street . .. Now Moved To Woodman's Building, Union Street MAURICE'S... IS NOW LOCATED AT 144 UNION STREET Entire First Floor.,. Woodman of The World Building MAURICE'S Entire Stock of Women's Apparel... Girls', Infants', and Boys' Wear and Merchandise for the Home... Damaged By Fire ...Smoke... and Water, Monday, Feb. 4th, At 57Baltimore Street... Goes on Sale At 144 Union Street, Main Floor of The Woodman of The World Building. THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS WORTH OF MERCHANDISE offered to you at "calamity" prices! now SAVE... SAVE... SAVE... SAVE... SA VE... Thousands of Dollars Worth of New Spring Apparel Included! Some Items Are In Perfect Condition... Some Items Slightly Water Soaked... Some Slightly Soiled! OPEN EVERY EVENING UNTIL WE'RE SOLD OUT! Entire Block Faced Threat; Cause Sought Damage Estimated At $200,000; Started On Third Floor Of PE A portinn of Baltimore Strert was turned Into » blazinj Infrrno [his morning when lire ot undetermined origin Butted the three-story Potomac Ertlfon Building and caused undetermined water nnrf jmoke damase In th' adjacent three-Mory Shinna- mon Store buildin?. • • • The roof of the Potomac Edison bulldini! WR« eaten through by the {Umes In g nuir.bcr of places, with the second lloor and third floors suited. The lower floor, which houses the business offices and appliance store of the Potomac Edison and Maurice's Department Store — «ere tismascd mostly by water and smoke. At one time, there wss us much as 18 Inches of water on the second floor of the burned structure. • • • The second floor was used as offices and to keep accounting records. Price said the accounting records were kept in fireproof safes. The safes will be opened this afternoon to check on condition of the records. The third floor was used for general storage purposes. Maurice Cohn. president of Maurice's Department store, set the damage to his business ns "In the thousands." STORE HOURS: 9 A. M. UNTIL 9 P. M.-DAILY ON SALE - ENTIRE MWH FLOOR Maurice Moves Merchandise To Union St. Merchandise from Maurice's Department Store, 57 Baltimore Street, which was swept by fire last week, has been moved from the damaged building to the first floor of the Woodmen of the World building, H4 Union Street. Maurice M. Colin, proprietor of the store, said a large quantity of merchandise on the first and second floors was not damaged by the fire and except for smoke and water damage in some cases is still very serviceable. As soon as merchandise can be arranged and inventoried, Maurice's plans to hold a fire sale at the Union Street building. It was necessary to move the goods from the Baltimore Street store because the fire destroyed the upper floor and burned throiiEh the roof. Conn said he has not yet been informed if the owners of Ihc property plan to rebuild it or attempt to remodel. Cohn occupied half of the same building vacated the day of the fire by the Potomac Edison Company, now located at 63 Baltimore Street. ON SAUE-AT 144 UNION STREET-WOODMAN OF THE WORLD BUILDING

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