Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 29, 1948 · Page 3
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker • Committee Lauds •• Work On Charter Copies To Be Ready In About One Week The Civic Improvement Commit• tee of the Chamber of Commerce - lauded members of the Cumberland Charter Commission for their • work " on the proposed charter for thc city ,- at a meeting yesterday afternoon .' to. the C. of C. office. IT" vote of appreciation followed b presentment of an informal outline ~ of trte charier by David Kauffmnn. an u.torne;, for the commission. About 500 copies of thc charter will be printed within a week for " distribution to city and county of' flcials and interested citizens, Isaac of the commis- The documen in the right direction- as u result of thorough and IiHellicc.nl ell'on. Although the group icrmcd somu portions of the proposal as compromises the general attitude to the charter was favorable, Chamber officials said. ' Lashley' said Chamber members are anxious to study the final draft o£ the charter. Thc Baltimore Pike Volunteer Fire j Division and Company, organized six years ago, 1 man of Local 2G, planning to occupy its new fire Cork L i no i eum and Plastic Workers use. about three miles east of ^ ^^ CIO? will b . s elected Saturday, January 8 at 7:30 p. m Hirsch, chairman sion, announced. irin be 56 pages instead of the fa- page length of the present charter, including uncodified laws passed since thc charter was printed in 132G, Copies of the new charter will be ' made available by Hirsch or John ' ll Robb commission secretary- it yesterday's C. of C. committee meeting, Lynn C. Lashley, chairman, said the group will not take definite - action on the proposal until, members have had a. chance to- study the draft of the charter. He said the group will meet with the Legislative Committee of the Chamber to take action before pre- icntirig their recommendations to the membership of, the Chamber. Members, he said, felt.,the "committee did a splendid job and that the proposed charter is a decided Improvement over the present one. The committee especially com• pUmented the Charter group ior its FiremeD To Move IRwhher Workers Into New Hall jTo Name Chairmen department chair- United Rubber, house, about three the city, on January 14. Of grey concrete block trimmed - ' ' ;he building has cost in red brick, about $5,200 so far, according to LaVale Volunteer Fire Officers Installed The LaVale Volunteer Fire Company last night installed E. C. Lancaster as president. Other officers installed include L B. Carter, vice president; Cromwell Zembower, recording secretary; Harold Lancaster, financial secretary Walter Alexander, treasurer; Bruce Long, chief; Alvin Youngblood, Jr., assistant chief, Ray Nine, trustee for three years, and E. Dressman, seregant-at-arms. J. W. Ritchie was installing officer The officers, who were elected j December 14, will take office at the g eer License Issued first meeting In January. Ray Nine • . A - beer ]iccnsc was issued yes'.cr- was named publicity chairman. | . b thc Anegany county Liquor __^_— . « . J . ,, . 1 J T^ TVI «i VI n. Martin Gordon, vice president. The garage and basement have been completed. The lire hall will be 34 by 52 feet when finished and the estimated overall cost is $9,000. Plans are being made to add f. recreation room on thc first floor. There are facilities in thc basement for an ambulance or another -fire truck. Charles Minke and Perry Wilson, contractors, members of the company, have been building the fire hall'since June. in the union hall, South Mechanic Street, L. A. Robertson, vice- president, has announced. The election will include seven division and 43 department posts at the Kelly Springfield Tire Corn- division Faces Court Action Arrested Christmas Day on a peace warrant obtained by his wife, Clifford James McGettigan, this city, was released yesterday in Trial Magistrates Court under S300 personal "-rccogizance bond. He faces action of the January term of Circuit Court. Control Board to Arnold D. Kimble, 177 Queen Street, McCoole Kins-Sized Graue LORAIN, O.—(INS)—The Thew Shovel Company of Lorain has developed a mobile, rubber-tired crane capable "of 'lifting "45 tons at a 12 7 foot radium. The new units, described as the world's largest, make possible the lifting and transporting of loads heretofore beyond the compose the negotiating coinmiti.ee. Shop chairmen arc either appointed or' elected within 'the separate divisions. The election has been postponed one week because the regular meeting falls on New Year's Day, Robertson said. BANANAS $1.49 and $1.98 a bunch . . . Hagcr's at Lovers Leiip in the Narrows. Adv.—N-T-Dec. 2S-30 pnmentea tne onarter giuup-u< iu ~- —— ,„ '_ t Wk. terming the measure a "move capacity of. such equipment Clearance Sale Dec. 27 Thru 31 25 REDUCTIONS AND MORE It Pays To Cross The Town To Die KLINE FURNITURE CO. 405-413 Virginin Avc. Phono on Suites, Chairs, Rugs, Beds, Bedding, Sofabcds, Kitchen Items, etc. ATWOLFS Cumberland's Largest Furniture Company! FROM NOW UNTIL THE END OF THE MONTH BIG REDUCTIONS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! YOU CAN SAVE AS M UCH AS 50% ON SOME ITEMS. COMPARE THESE ITEMS BEFORE YOU BUY. NOTHING EXTRA FOR WOLF S EASY TERMS! BED LAMPS , 52-95 MMMM Chair, Lamp •^^ • p ^m mm j ^— — - - - f • , KNEEHOLE DESK $39 95 39.95 Sewing Cabinets $|9- 95 Mahogany "Hotpoint" REFRIGERATORS 5216-°° Secretary Desks $99-50 $2995 Platform ROCKERS Duran HASSOCKS Blackstone WASHERS 5129 95 All Metal KITCHEN STOOLS Kitchen CABINETS 79.95 Slightly Damaged $49.95 Chrome Large Single Door WARDROBES $].95 PIER CABINETS Chenille Plui Yeciri Supply Soap Samson CARD TABLES $3- 95 549.50'57-pc. Modern BEDROOM SUITE H49- 50 "Simmons" Innerspring Mattress $26 >75 BEDSPREADS «••••«••• Bed PILLOWS $195 U PR. 7-pc. Limed Oak DINETTE SET $179- 95 Odd COFFEE TABLES THE STORE OF BETTER VALUES! 42-46 BALTIMORE ST. osenbaum's Crowning 100 Yeo« <rf Tri-State Seme* No Change In Our Store Hours! Week Days 9:30 to S ~ Saturday 9:30 to 6 '-.our After-Christmas Clearance with a day of extra-special storeioide values! THRIFTY THURSDAY IN FOUR NEW SHADES SHEER 15 DENIER NYLONS 1.19 PR.; 3 PAIRS FOR 3.27 Be here early Thursday to choose from'our large' selection of fine quality sheer 15 denier nylons ... in four flattering new shades! Brown Toast, Autumn Dusk, Deep Dawn and Smoke Cloud. Sizes 81/2 to 10V2. Buy 3 pairs and make a tripla savings! HOSIERY — STREET PLOOR 100% Wool Gloves It's truly omczing lo find such goy colors, such lively patterns, such fine warm gloves at this price! You're sure to see just Ihe style, color and size you want. Be early Thursday and buy several pairs while rhey last. GL OVES — STREET FLOOR' Pure Silk Scarfs -36-inch pure silk printed and solid color squares at o price that will have you crowding pur doors the minute the store opens! .In such attractive patterns .... such lovely colors. You'll, want several to wear this way and that as.you-prac- tice that old scarf magic! NECKWEAR — STREET FLOOR Priced low . . . for trie holidays! Punch Bowl Sets Have a punch bowl and glasses on taiKl lor spux-ol-tlie-momenc holiday parties. Our set includes bowl, stand and 12 punch cups. 5.98 GLASSWARE — FOURTH FLOOR Drinking size and /uice s/'ze . Glasses . . . Set Of 6 Set of 6 tali drinking glasses with o needle-etched pattern, boxed . . set t Set of' 6 small juice glasses, boxed ............... set GLASSWARE-— FOURTH FLOOR ' Irregulars of Better Quality ~ *• Scranton Lace Curtains^ 2V4 io 2 7 / 2 Yd. 'Lengths 1.44 r n.m'Z You'll want to come shopping early Thursday fo much-in-de.mond irregulars of the famous Scranton tains. The .tiny flaws have been mended to insure wear. Rush in for these bargains in light ecru iace • ' , ' pair curtains. • . CURTAINS — THIRD FLOOR •

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