Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MI). THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1952 FIVE Church Will Install Altars Women's Bod St. Mary's Catholic Church will land will stand three feet high aave three marble altars installed j gold-plated doors, next month. The altars are being ] Two oak columns which will sup- *ent here from Italy, according to I port an oak-carved tester is to ex-! Plans were f° J ' mul ats>d by the Rev. Ladrence P. Landrigan, pastor.i tend about 14 feet over the mainj Women>s Division of the Allegany The altars are expected to arrive' altar, and suspended by four-foot ] Counl .''' Chapter, American Red Revolutionary War Hero Shrine Urged BALTIMORE ~ (/Pj — The 29th Division Association and the Maryland Historical Society are lining up support to make n<> national **•"***" «*•**' tA^^WCU W; iU-lJVC dJLCU, A4>u iau^jJl-JJUKU U V ^ VUJ-.* vwf J . - rhii VI tin l&rt f»r? hl!T*!lI in Cumberland about March 14, i bronzed ropes will be a ten-foot cru-1 c ™^ f ° r . th <- ™™* fu " d ' am - j^"° O f« 8t j! ee state RevoluUon from Pietroeanta and installation'elf be ipaign whicn begins March 3. | places of 256 Free State Revolution "Will be rtju-taH w.rrt, .o K» ,*.. Rp'rt rin«.iPr ™fpH*l will »,»„„ f«i Co-chairmen of the Women's ary War soldiers buried in Brook- started March 17 by the: Red dossier material will hang in' •.Bernardini Studios of New York. ! the rear of the crucifix and back of j Dlvision are Mrs - Joseph Williams •• The main altar will be consider-i the altar, which will extend three and Mrs - Charles. Piper. Members •tbly larger than the present one,'feet from the wall of the church. of che division will visit local homes -Bather Landrigan noted, with five The two side altars, Father Lan- to sollcit funds In order to alc! the Mps replacing the pre.sen', three-; drigan explained, will be duplica-! !o<:al chapter reach its goal of $23,- «tep altar. The base step, approxi-itions of the main altar, although. 0 ™- 20 feet in width, will be of i the oak carved columns and tester; Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Piper ap- dark green Verdi Alpin type marble j will not be used. These will replace P° int * d ^ eir sub-chairmen and as_ . f-»• j f -~ - ei«rv»o.-i ft^orM +n i-l 1 Ffc.T-n.Fi f a f/ii O The mensa or altar, which i the present woodc-n altars. So far, signed them to different areas lyn, N. Y. The Maryland soldiers died while holding off the British during Washington's retreat from Long Island. The historical society plans to The Worry Clinic By Dr. George W. Crane Uhe bnnbhes her husband's secret vacation trip to visit her parents. A sophisticated man might kissed the other woman, 'wouldn't have lost his common £ (ms| ,| p avg Visit but he; by Tnr Hopkin* Syndicate We.) sense. He would Editor's Note: A tnaa who has never had several love affairs during his youth, may make a wonderful, husband untl he reaches the menopausal aje. But if he then happens to kiss another woman he hasn't enough feminine perspective to use common sense. So ht may develop a mad infatuation thut is simply a belated puppy love affair. [dozens know that there are, It doesn't pay to be a Pollyanna " ,1" " t f """"•" ...rrtin, «P* H» n ~™i ! could ada P t themselves happilj regarding sex dangers! Your optimism and desire to see | his Charles Whitaker. who recently ,was assigned as British consul In charming w ° m « ! _ :i «' ho | Bamm0 re, visited here yesterday on '~ihis first trip to Western Maryland, personality and be a thrilling i , . r-~= everything through rose Unted glasses will not check the ravages of typhoid fever if you foolishly ; drink from a contaminated creek or CASE C — 382: Louise L: 7 aged 38, > open well. iwife. The novice type of husband, i however, doesn't have this stabilizing background of experience. Ponce De Leon Besides, many men become undu- iis the wife I quoted yesterday whose j Nor will your marriage withstand jly afraid of old age and impotence. I husband became infatuated with a destruction if you also close your j They find that a clandestine affair younger woman. i eyes to the virus that produces di- j resurrects their waning verve and — "-- *«i-»*.j» v.i tti.a.111 at ttCkl t ** i ill* 11 : v»*w j** ~..~-- w .. WVWM "• *ui-w. *•• -wu- -•.•—. , i t • t_ +t 'll Is one solid slab, will rise about 40; the disposal of the present main al- w ™? n " le / ™ u ! cover •Inches from the predella or top step tar has not been decided. ine suf-cnairenen i •and will be 11 feet long of light col- - ored Botticcino marble. The newj Tree rings on the giant redwoods tabernacle, located in the center ofjin California show that some the altar, will be of Cienna marble'them were alive in 1,000 B.C. of r FIRST FLOOR — <7 Baltimore Street at George and Pairgo. Mrs. H. C. Phone 3700 Mrs. Catherine Zaft, Oldtown; Mrs. Gilbert Miller, Spring Gap; Mrs. Raymond Wilt, North Branch; Mrs. Leslie Hinkle, Pleasant Grove; Mrs. Hi F. Askey, Bedford Road 1. Mrs. Holmes Cessna, Bedford Road 2; Mrs. Fred Sutherland, Valley Road; Mrs. Charles Hornbrook, Johnson Heights, and Mrs. EUie H. Roland, Flintstone. EASTER SUITS Boys' Favorite Styles, Fabrics PRESS SUIT FOR PREPS, 11 to 20 Year-a round weight,erease-re$istant rayon gabardine. Choice of single- or double- 15 98 breasted, lined coot. Brown, blue, gray. JUNIORS' DONEGAL TWEED, 6 to 10 Fast becoming popular. Colorfully nubbed donegal tweed gives excellent wear, is 35% I O O Q Wool, 65% rayon. Lined coat. Blue. I*../W BUY HIS SUIT CM WARDS LAY-AWAY PUN L j meet Feb. 26 to organize further support for the program, and the 29th Division Association executive i board intends to meet this week to approve a resolution endorsing the plan. A congressional committee and The sub-chairenen were listed as Mrs. Simon Rosenbaura, who will cover West Side; Mrs. William H. Alderton, East Side 1, 2; Mrs. Elizabeth Nave, North Side 1; Mrs. Raymond Wagoner, North Side 2; Mrs. Prank Kaplon, North Side 3; Mrs. Edward Schiller, North Side 4. • Mrs. w. E. Flora, North East; Court Refuses To Ban Mrs. Wilbur Hudson, South -Side; Mrr,. Eric Gibbs, Bowling- Green; sex ardor, which they were dying. had, thought one from the New York General Assembly are considering proposals that the land be bought and made into a memorial park and cemetery. Despite his charming wife and;vorce. children, plus his activity in church; Women, Wake Up affairs, and in spite of the threat-' j^o ty pe o£ jif e j s immune from! So they fall in love with love, or eried loss of his job, as well as his i Louise's tragedy It occurs among I rather with these, symptoms of I social standing, he has run awayj clergy and laymen, physicians and! youth which a strange 'with this other married woman ! f ac tory workers, the intellectual and jwiH always arouse in without even the formality of a di- j ^e uneducated. isn>t senile. :;. Harold Turner, Potomac Park Heineman, Cresap- .own; Mrs. Irene Rizer, Corriganville; Mrs. William Powell, EUers- ie; Mrs. Stanley Buckley, LaVale 1; Stamp Honoring B & 0 A U. S. District Court in Wash- jington has refused to bar the Post Office Department from issuing a stamp commemorating the 125th anniversary of the B & O Railroad. Atlantic Freight Lines, Inc., a love affair a man whoj And don't think God will shoulder insane?" you all the rsponsibility for keeping your home happy. He will greatly assist vorce. "Isn't that man wives may inquire. He isn't insane according to any but God helps those who help them- of our psychiatric examinations, for selves! his mental alertness is O. K. He is I No man is fully immune to the oriented to time, person and place. | wlle « of oth er women. This is es- But in his emotions he certainly pecially true if he hasn't had num- jhas gone berserk. I have so fre-;erous love affairs prior to marriage, quently warned you wives about I Louise's husband had gone straight this type of problem that you m^vjinto marriage without knowing the think I am a modern Jeremiah j thrills of any other woman's kisses, making ominous prophecies about As a consequence, he was bowled and Mrs. Daniel McKenzie, La Vale j highway carrier, sought an injunction, contending the stamp would publicize and advertise a competitor. Former TWUA President Admitted To Hospital James A. Dundon, former president of Local 1874, Textile Workers Union of America (CIO), is a patient in a TJtica, N. Y., hospital. Dundon has resigned as chairman of the Utica joint board due to 111 health. He will be reassigned to a comparable post when he is able to resume work. Refusing to grant it, Judge Burnita Matthews ruled, "It is not for the courts to interfere in matters entrusted by Congress" to the Postoffice Department. 75-Ceiit Dividend Passed By Celanese Corporation Directors of Celanese Corporation of America have declared a dividend of 75 cents per share on the common stock, payable March 22, 1952, to stockholders of record March 7, 1952. At the same time the board also declared a regular quarterly divi- of $1.12' / 2 per share on the 4 ] /2 cent preferred stock series A, and a regular quarterly dividend of $1.75 per share on the 7 per cent second preferred stock, both payable April 1, 1952 to stockholders of record March 7, 1952. your future marital life. Marriage Insurance Louise is like the average happy i wife. She grew so complacent- that j she could not imagine disaster jeo-| pardizing her marital bliss. I 'Nothing like that could ever hap-! pen to my husband!" I have actually | heard women state in tny presence.! Yet at that very same moment I already knew their husbands had paramours ensconsed in city apartments! Maybe some of you readers think I am a chronic singer of the blues, but I am a scientist. Just as I preach vaccination for smallpox or dipther- ia, so I urge the same inoculation against marital disasters. Roach Killer LINCOLN, Neb. — (INS) — The most effective way to kill cockroaches is the use of a two percent chlordane spray, according to University of Nebraska entomologist R. W. Helm. for money-saving satisfaction, finance your car at the First National. Ask for complete details. "/( Poys To Do Business In Cumberland!" FIRST NATIONAL BANK Cumberland, Maryland Member F. D. I. C. in the Bottle... The man whiskey leader of 7 Crown behind this counter knows the braml of America /Mrs brat! He knows that (lie America's leading brands is Seagram's liked best became it tnsfr<; hctt! in the Glass Tlir mfii behind this bar know uhirii whiskr\ niakrs drinks laslr hrst. 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