Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 21, 1952 · Page 24
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 24

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, February 21, 1952
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TWENTY-FOUK EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD. f THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1952 Phone 4600 for a VVAJNT AD laker The Worry Clinic By Dr. George W. Cr»ne "No, she wants to entertain my boy friends. Maybe this is due to the fact she was popular herself when she was young and slender. CASE C-376: Mary T., aged 42,' "She is only 5' 3" tall, so she is has a pretty face and curly hair, 1 not just fat. Why, she is huge! And but she weighs 240 pounds. j no boy has ever come back more Editor'* NoU: Mother*, jrour obesity may barm your daughter's chance for love and romance. Notice Mary's eate today. You can't feel lilte a sports roadater with the chaa>l> oJ » truck. "Dr. Crane, Mother's weight scares than two or three times after he my boy friends away," her 20-year- j has met Mother, old daughter protested. | "So what can I do to keep her "And I'm not exaggerating. I don't | from killing my chances of mar- have much trouble getting dates, jriage? But when the boys bring me home, Mother isn't content to take a. back seat. Fat Kills Romance Obesity not only tends to kill the romantic attitude of your husband. DON'T READ THIS UNLESS YOU'RE A FAMILY MAN WANT TO SAVE MONEY ON YOUR MOVIE ENTERTAINMENT? SURE YOU DO AND WE'VE MADE IT POSSIBLE FOR All THf FAMILY TO SAVE ON THEIR MOVIE ADMISSIONS AT OUR SPECIAL FAMILY KITE SHOW IVIRY THURSDAY, COME AND BRING YOUR FAMILY . . . YOU'LL SEE A GOOD SHOW, MADE TO ORDER FOR All THE FAMILY ... AND YOU'LL SAVS MONEYI 50 c FOR THE FAMILY LIMITED TO 2 ADULTS, 4 CHILDREN LAST TIMES TODAY IANA J_ EZIO TURNER « PINZA —IN— "MR. IMPERIUM" RICHARD CONTE — AUDREY TOTTER —IN— "UNDER THE GUM" STARTS TOMORROW FRIDAY '. BOVUP* BOYS tefifffe but here is a striking c^se of where it seems to blight the budding romances of a daughter. Mary was a beautiful girl of 118 pounds when she married. But that's probably impossible for modern young men to believe. "Like mother, like daughter," runs} an old adagt. Mary> daughter is a very at-' tractive girl. But the boys arej startled when they see' how fat her [mother is. Furthermore, Mary tries to dominate the entertajnmant of her! daughter's escort. For Mary was the life-of-the-party type as a girl. Such a person always <-herishes the desire to monopolize the social stage so Mary still tries to act cute and kittenish, even at the age of 42 and with an elephantine torso. But I have told you previously that you can't feel like a sports roadster with a chassis of a track. Fat women look ridiculous when they try to cavort around the dance floor as they did ISO or 100 pounds ago. So, go, on a diet. Lop off the unsightly 'fat. You can take off 10 pounds in the first 10 days by employing my dehydration diet. It involves no drugs or fancy menus. You women simply restrict your total fluid intake the first day to one 8 oz. glass of liquid and 800 calories of food. A man may take 1,200 calories. On the second day, you are allowed 2 glasses of fluids. Beginning with the 3rd day, you get 3 glasses. Stay on the 3-glass intake through the 10th day. j a j Freedom Foundation awards to- Meanwhile, keep to your 800 or j morrow at Valley Forge. your 1,200 calories of food each day. j Miss Patricia Close, daughter of At the end of the 10th day. you!Mrs. Sarah Close, 308 Harrison should be down 10 pounds! Street, and the late James A. Close, And that's a big tonic to your ego.: will receive tlOO and a George Local Student Wins Prize In Freedom Event A 1951 graduate of Port Hill High School will receive one of 32 nation- outsUnding -work on The Sentinel. At her graduation from Port Hill she also won a *5 cash prize for her editorials, writings and layout* for the newspaper. Dr. Robert Andrew* Mlfflkan. one of America's outstanding physicists, will make the presentations tomorrow. He once served on the Committee on Intellectual Cooperation of the old League of Nations. For you need a fast initial weight loss to furnish incentive to further dieting. That low Intake of fluid seems to kill your appetite. Your attention shifts from your stomidi to your mouth, for your throat feels dry and you crave water. Thus, you can feel content on your i; Washington honor medal. The Freedom Foundation has chosen the anniversary of Washington's birthday and the scene of one of his major Revolutionary "War battles for presentation of the awards. Port Hill will be given a plaque to commemorate the occasion. Miss Mary M. Caletnine, Journalism and English instructor at Port JHU1, said 800 to 1,200 calories,'of food. You don't feel starved so you can thus, j Miss Close won the high honor stick to your diet more easily. jfor an editorial she wrote last year After the 10 days, women may for The Sentinel, Fort Hill news* move up to 1.200 calories per day paper. The editorial lamented the and men to 1,600. They'll lose about passing of the great Argentine news- two pounds per week thereafter till they reach their goal. NOW SHOWING First-Run FEATURES A ILOND BEAUTY AND A SAVAGE BEAST . . . ALONE IN THE JUNGLE! M> *UttM3t VOW* BRUTAL! TOUCHI FRIGHTENING IN ITS NAKED FURYI paper, La Prens'a, as a result of Peron's suppression. She emphasized that with the passing of freedom of the press other freedoms also would disappear. The national prize winner Is & freshman at Davis aad Elkins College, Elkins, W. Va. She won * $200 scholarship to D<fcE last year for her Diet Experiment Set For School Children VANCOUVER, Wash. —W —The small fry should have lots of fun at school soon, with dentists starting to feed the rats again. It's part of the Clark County Dental Society's "good teeth" program. The experiments will be carried out in 10 elementary schools. Dr. Raymond Campbell, president, explained. They will run for two months, during which time pupils will weigh each gram of food the rats eat and keep charts on the results, "It's the best way we've found to show children the value of a well- alanced diet, as opposed to one ontaining lots of sweets and little r no milk," Dr. Campbell said. •v\\ N BAR Liquors Wine* Draft Beer Coffee 167 N. CENTM MOM 1744 SEAFOOD Fried Shrimp • Sttamtd Shi imp Filh FilUtt Crab Cok.i • Scollopi Soft Shtll Crabi Ubtfir Tail* • lobsrtr Fiilth Sandwichti - flatten a la Carl* Ordtri to Tak* Out SERVING 12 Noon 'HI Midnight There were 1,207 Community Chests in operation in the TJ. S. in 949. ' BANK W~^ \~- Refurning to Cumberland February 25th and 26th Courtuy SUPER 40 DRIVE-IN THEATRE Madam! Don't Miss this Knockout! IMPACT Carnival! Every Compact, A Price Hit! .-•*. N Your Choice Of 100 . . . STYLES ... A Each Here's ,a compact sate Ivor's a wmctfoltl A terrtfieoUy »sci»ing new spriftg collection that loclwtes TOO different slyfcw to d»oos« from. YouU «*>d round compacts sqtior« on«s, oblong and ovd jKapes, evefl those sft/nwng sowff boxes. YouH be charmed wMi the hood-painted beauties, the expensive engine-turned and hammered compacts, the jeweled and KHgreed prizes, the elegant jeweler's bronze creations. Rich enamel top*, nlver and gold combinations, striking jewel tones ... all with fufl velow puffs... all with more eye appeal thon you ewer dreamed you could fmd at this one value-packed price) m&* r m For Relaxation y ;„ Fisher & Robinette 493 BALTIMORC^AVE^ THE TAVERN WITH THE LARGE PARKING LOT Delicious Home * Made ICE CREAM 25c pint Centre Candy Kitchen 315 N. Centre St. WONDER BAR lit Virginia Av». FRIDAY NIGHT HELEN PETTIE'S TRIO SATURDAY NIGHT Jimmie Campbell's Star Dusters NOW THE GREATNESS, THE GLORY, THE FURY OF THE NORMEST FROKTIER! JAMES STEWART-ARTHUR KENNEDY JULIA ADAMS-ROCK HUDSON END OF RIVER 12:15 - 2:10 - 4:05 . 6:00 • 7:55 - 9:53 TWO HITS SATURDAY TWO HITS IF YOU HAVE EVEK BEEN IN BE, DON'T MISS THIS PICTURE! HERE COMES THE FUNNIEST, MOST HILARIOUS FAMILY EVER TO HIT CUMBERLAND! YOZZIEandHARRlEf C DAVID a Arthur KENNEDY-Peggy DOW TO OUR PATRONS—Thi H. ). Htlnx Co., tponion of th* NeUon't rodio •how ovor Station WDYK, will giv* a iouvtnir to oach person attending "Htr'o Com* th* Nulient," CUMBERLAND - MARYtA HP • Cash or Credit! NOW SHOWING Feature Time Today: 12:05 - 2:00 - 3:55 5:50 - 7:45 - 9:40 The heroic saga of s JUMPERS who fight fire with J the fire of their courage! The Vicious J Pickaxe Fighf! ADDED — «w^ CARTOON — NEWS v

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