Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 14, 1948 · Page 15
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 15

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, December 14, 1948
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Phone 4GOO for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, DECEMBER M, 1945 FIFTEEN Liquor Dealers Get Final Offer Bartenders Tlirealcu "Action" Thursday The final proposal of Local 5G9, Bartenders Union,. AFL, to the Alle- rany County Retail Liquor Dealers' Association was made yesterday, according to C. E. Stutzman, union business agent.- Members of .the union negotiating committee have been, empowered to deal \dth the employers' croup. The union Is asking -for a flat $2.50 weekly increase, a. 45- £oui work week instead of, the present 48 hours and an.additional paid holiday on Labor'Day: Christmas Day is the only paid holiday at present. The bartenders are paid time, and one-half for all time worked' on holidays and double time if required to -work on Christmas. Double time would also be asked for Labor Day work. The only proposal of the. Dealers Association,, Stutzman said; has been an offer to extend the present contract, which expired December. 1. tor mother year. This proposal has been, rejected -twice .by the .union.'.. Stutzman .said any contract adopted would be retroactive -to •December 1, the *date the present .agreement expired. '_ The negotiating committee is scheduled to meet with .the dealers' again tomorrow at 2 p. m. in-.the Fort Cumberland Hotel. . i. The committee,.he. said, has been-, ordered by the union negotiate a new contract no .later than tomorrow. . The Army's first plane was flown by Orvllle 1908. Reiuspect Mine Near Albright ALBRIGHT, W. Va.—A Federa! reinspection report released todaj by the Bureau o£ Mines-reveals the need for additional'safeguards in several'phases of .operation at the George' Kefover Coal Company's Kef over mine. Current .and recently-instituted safety measures also are cited. Near Albright, Prestor. county, W. Va., the mine employed 14 men and produced.about 75 tons of coal dally at 'the time of the November safety survey' by Inspec- tor'P. D. Baker. R-iough air was reaching the worKing sections, Inspector Baker reported, but he proposed such further ventilation safeguards as' offset installation,.a fireproof housing and safety ..devices .for the ventilating fan, discontinuance of' turning rooms off an entry beyond the last crosscut, and preshlft examinations for explosive gas and other'hazards. Additional operating improve ments suggested in the report cm braced thorough rock-dusting of specified dry -'areas' to within. 80 feet of the working faces, a trip- position indicator' for the . hoist clearing of obstructions' from recently-developed haulage roads and proper blocking- of standing cars, setting of permanent line timbers on 6-foot' centers in confornumce, with the adopted -timbering, standards and prompt erection of safety posts in face regions. , Baker'.listed such.recentsafety ad vances as safer .location of several individual .explosives -containers, use of special containers-for carrying explosives,' and provision of two permisslble r flame-safety.'lamps. He also 'commended several well-esr tablished safety' features., including Brighten Your Home for The Holidays with \*S WINDOW SHADES Make a perfect background for yourwreaths and other Christmas decorations with'"fresh new Columbia shades. We've a complete selection from the inexpensive wood- itock to the finest washables. 65' up PAINT & SUPPLY Cetnre St. at Polk Phones 158-159 Your car needs a TUNE-UP, too! Pontiac Tune-Up Diagnosis for Smooth Fall and Winter Driving Like the boy and his fiddle, your car needs to be.tuned-np for smooth performance. Drive in icon.-let our factory, trained mechanics perform these essential Fall and Winter. services on your car. . Clean and regap spark plugs; clean ignition wires, distributor cap, coil terminal,* air cleaner, crankcasc ventilator, fuel. pump' bowl;' inspect and space distributor points; lubricate accelerator linkage and distributor; set riming and engine idle. Careful tests of compression, electrical system and carburction included, too! .50 fONTlAC IIXD AND HOHn MA1HIAL EXTKA Garage SERVICE DEPT. SALES ROOM . . 32 ;N. George St. 205 N. Mechanic St. 50 of permissible explosives and a .P'i(~ I .i|ii|jisiri roved • shot-Iirinc units lor -all i roved ' shot-firing units for -all '.asling, adequate fire protection -underground, and proper mainten- nce. ol escapeways. Other, recommendations called for ise of incombustible stemming only. ' . ______ _____ 'urther electrical and mechanical ! yesterday by a iafeguards, universal wearing of| nn th( , m anri -.afety-toe shoes, use of goggles by 'orkers exposed to flying particles, Paper was introduced into Europe it the. beginning of the 10th .cen- Two Policemen BALTIMORE—(/P) — Two policemen were wounded—one seriously— jui'man who turned on them and blazed away "that quick." i ban on traveling the rope' haulage Patrolman John Arnold, 53, was •oad during hoisting operations, and! s fcot in the abdomen and right discontinuance of using open-flame j ^ . Patl . olman Norman B . Mike, .ights and smoking while under-, 2D fawas shot )n t he right knee. ' ground. . • . • . officers were answering a call to investigate a. disturbance in an alley called Little Pine Street. After they turned into the narrow kne, Mike said, they saw * negro man choking a •woman. "We got out of the (patrol) car -and Arnold said, 'What's, the The first .'London built in 894. bridge was trouble?'" Mike stated. "That quick, he started shooting." The turned and fled. Mike was knocked down by the ballot's impact on his leg, but he managed to S'rab the woman and drug her back to the patrol car, where he summoned aid by radio. About two hours later, two patrolmen in another section of town saw a man who answered the des- i cription o£ the assailant. When they stepped up to frisk him. they reported, he drew a gun on them. They grabbed his gun arm, their report said, and one whacked the gunman's wrist, knocking his pistol into the street. Both the man and woman were docketed as being "held for investigation." Arnold is a veteran of 28 years on the police force. The bullet that pierced his abdomen punctured his 13 times. The hospital reported last night part of the torn organ was removed and that his condition, though still critical, was satisfactory. Civic Initiative SALEM, Ore., CESfS) — Salem, Oregon's capital city, got tired of waiting for a contractor. It will set ip its own plant to make about two miles of concrete pipe for a sewer jro'ecc. The city will save itsea an 'estimated 347,000 in the bargain. Bethlehem Mail Rush Underway BETHLEHEM— UP) — Orders are pouring in from people all over the country who want their Christmas cards postmarked "Bethlehem." , Mrs. Mary Carroll, postmistress in 'tMs Eastern Shore Tillage, says a civic committee is helping her handle an early .rush of orders. The idea for the special envelopes was originated 12 years ago by a high school • student—now Mrs. Margery Ann Chambers—at nearby Preston, She wrote to several of her friends and asked them how they would like .a "Bethlehem" postmark on their Christmas cards. The idea spread over the nation, and as orders grew it became a. civic function. Mrs. Carroll says a record number of the Christmas cachets may . be ordered this year. They'may be mailed, anywhere, in the United States.for seven cents. «sc^jwre«^«««x««'4rc«w.« > -E«^ie^tse««<£«««w««w '? * J •—- ' B^» B^B B^B B^B » MORE THAN ZUUU PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY | JOINED THE CHRISTMAS SAVINGS CLUB Ij FOR 1949 - THUS ASSURING THEMSELVES OF A" MERRY CHRISTMAS NEXT YEAR . . . Why Don't You Join this Week? n Member Fcdcrol Deposit Insurance Corp. Aarigtft Jj iViw^teir^fcaaiaaaiiH^frfrMa^^ MAKE HILL'S YOUR TOY SHOPPING CENTER . . . HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS TO SELECT FROM Blackboards 1.48 , 3.98 ALL TYPES OF WAGONS 279 From ,fc««V Tree Light Sets Bulbs and Tree Decorations Tool Sets 69c,. 4.98 A Gigantic Collections -of DOLLS 79c t o 9. Sleds SNOW KING 3.79 Table and Chair Sets 7,98 to 22.50 Juvenile Desks 5.98 to 29.95 Kiddies Kitchen * 2.98 Washing Machines 1-48 All Size Ice Skates *8.98 Juvenile Skiis 2.98 UP i^ SiZ e S fr.6.98 Doll Carriages 4.98 t,29.98 'Santa"' is coming _ , . he arrives at the Airport, Friday, 4:30 p. m. and appears at the Maryland Theatre Kiddie Party, Saturday at 9:30 a.m. THEN, HE'LL MEET ALL HIS LITTLE FRIENDS AT HILL'S SATURDAY BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 12 NOON TO l:30p.m. HILL'S TOYS 45 N. Centre St. Retail or Wholesale MEN'S ROMEO SLIPPERS With black- leather uppers, leather soles, .rubber heels. Sizes 6Vz to 11. An ideal gift for dad. *198 Better Grade ROMEOS 3.48 up I Ladies' and Misses' HOUSE SLIPPERS Bright" new colors in-blue, red and black prints." Soft suede leather soles with heels. 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