Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 12, 1949 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, -CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 19-19 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD'Taker Thompson Again . Heads Scout Body George W. Sellers Will Be Assistant . . Cumberland. District of .Potomac Council, Boy Scouts of America, last night reelected Miles G. Thompson chairman at a meeting at "Si. Mary's Becre&tion Hall. George "W. Sellers was named'vice chairman to succeed Dr. Arthur H. HaTrfdns while H.' Vcrnon Adams •was reelected commissioner. Six committee chairmen ivere named .along with a committee for a Boy Scout Week to be held next month. The chairmen will name members to their groups at a later date. . Robert Little Ebert will head the Organization and Extension Committee which has set as its 1949 foal. 15 Scout Troops with 300 members. This will mean on additional three troops and about. 100 members. .The committee will seek six Cub Packs with 150 Cubs which will require the addition of two packs and about 25 cubs. .. Francis T. Bell, name c advance chairman, will endeavor 'to have the "advancement of' 100-.second class scouts. 25 first class scouts, .three star and three life scouts and one eagle scout this year. In the leadership training pro- pram, which will also be headed by Sellers, three new courses are planned, including patrol methods and cubbing. . . k Ross O. Decker was named camping and activities chairman. On the 1949 program are a circus and parade during. Boy Scout Week, a ..camping program in the spring, a lather and son hike in the f-Jl. a scouter fun rally, the Council Camporee in June and the "Council Camp.. Other committee chairmen named were Henry W. Price, finr.nce; H. Lee Siicox, health and safety, arid Marlon T. Powers, ch'airmaii of the Court of Honor. Decker will also be chairman ol the Boy Scout. Week committee which includes • Adams, Richard Wagner, and A: T. -Brust. Jr. , Thompson reminded district leaders of the annual Potomac Council meeting Saturday at 6:30 p. m. at Frostburg. State Teachers College. LEARN TO DANCE Enroll now at WINTER DANCE STUDIO 12 S. Centre St. Over. Darling Shop PHONE 4300 Stutzman Heads Trades Council C.. Z. Stutzman, vice-president of Local 453, Teamsters Union,- APL, was re-clecied president' of the Allegany Trades Council at a meeting in the Trades Council Hall last night. . Other officers will be Paul L. Hurley. Bus Drivers Union, first vice president; C.- "W. Robinette, Bakers Unoin, second vice president; 1 J, T. Deflbaugh, recording secretary: Miss Azelma Prantz, Ketai! Clerks Union, treasurer, and 'R.' C, Summers, Carpenters Union, sergcant-at-avms. Trustees will be' R. C. Simmons, Laborers; -P. A.. Creighton,- Dairy Workers, and J. _J. Erich, Carpenters. ' Executive committee—W. J. Jones, Boilermakers; Edgar Hess, Electrical Workers, and H. E. Sldaway., Members of t^ie Organizing committee will be all business agents of the Council. E. R. Kltzmlllcr. Meat Cutters; C. E. Bramble, president of Local 453, Teamsters Union, and Lawrence L. Grim, Bus Drivers Union. . . • Bramble was named to head a By-Laws committee and authorized to name two members of the group and to rcpor; on proposed changes in by-laws for 1949. Officers will be installed by Albert O. Deltrich, Pittsburgh, international organizer for the Teamsters Union, Tuesday, January 25 at 7:30 p. m. B. A. Harris will head a committee to plan a smoker following the annual Installation. 4-H Club Makes Plans Foi-Year Pians for the year were made at a recent meeting of the TJnior. Grove 4-H Boys'.Club at the club house.-. KewoCiccrs, elected in DeccmberpAniiy ImluclS IVo'Mcn who took over at the meeting, f vom Froslburg Board' include: Douglas Heavner, Jr., pres-; • • ° ident;' Harold. Heavner, vice, presi- mectirig under the direction of the AUcgany County Soil 'Conservation Service and an Achievement program for parents of members; November: Wild life meeting; December: Prizes for best club members and election of officers. dent; William Heavner, secretary; and Robert Greise, treasurer. Four- H county, activities chairmen appointed are membership, Nelson Robison; recreation night, Herbert. Two men from-Frostburg'Board 30 ha-ve been inducted into the Army, Lt. George J. Gocke, commanding officer of the Army and Air Force recruiting .station here,announced.. Van 'Fleet; fair, Steve Robison; They are James T." Bean, Bar- camp, Roger Heavner; banquet,!ton. and Ellsworth Shockey, Lpna- David 'Ferguson, and' club week,;cor.ing, Floyd Ryan. , i Two 18-year-olds" from Western-' 'Plans for the meetings on the i port enlisted at the office, for one first Friday of every month include:! year. James. S. Leatherman and February: selection of demonstra-! Seymour S. Nealis ; Jr., joined the tion teams and plans for County Air Force. 4-H Recreation Week .in-'March; March; David Ferguson - will report on the starting.and raising,of baby chicks; .April: Panel discussion of advantages of farm life over city life; May: Demonstration teams will conduct meeting; ' June; Robert Greise and James Greise will discuss raising dairy calves. Preparations will be made for Pig Club reports, 4-H Camp' and 4-H. Club Week; July: A reactional outing and plans for 4-H Conservation 'Camp; August: Planning for County 4-H Fair; .September: Pig Club project reports and preparation .for the 4-H State .-Fair and 4-H Swine Show; October: Soil Conservation RECAPS REPAIRS HATFIELD «6 North Mechanic Street TIRE SERVICE 1949 Xmas Club • OPEN Join Now/ THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK City Hall Square — Cumberland Member feiL Vepmit Insurance Corp. WARM AIR FURNACES immediate Installation — Estimates free —Three Years to Pay- Replace your old, worn-out furnace with a new Kalamazoo Thej "steel ring", radiator front is already welded on. Not on ordinary furnaces. Instilled by expert mechinlci KALAMAZOO SALES-SERViCE iSO Colnmbi* .Art. «C t n I (Jomberlind. Md. tOIO'J Unit Tor Pun! Knit for MonrJ Robed for JJixby. ' Sox for your Honey, . Knit [or Yourself . . . A Dress-or Two: KnIL for your IIcjiHh, TL>eIii.xcs joul ~~~ -with ^^~ Minerva. Botany or Bernat Yarns Fay's Art & Gift Shop Z15 S. Lcc St. Phone 873 Enlisting.' in the'. Regular Army for three years were- John L.! Abernathy,. Keyser, W. Va.; Harry P. Lee, Crellin; Forrest W. .Wilt, Bloomlngton. and Kenneth Jackson Knotts, Crellin. Social Security Errors Reported J. W. Robertson, manager of the seeing the- social security card -as soon as a new employe goes to work, lie Is certain first, of getting the social security' number for each em- ploye and," he emphasized, "second, .. ... . , he is also certain of- getting the local Social Security office, reported correct social' security number." today that the investigation of 2771 "Social security payments," Rob- social security number errors- con- crtson continued, "are based OD the sumed part of the time -of two em- worker having credit for at least ploy'cs lr._ the'office last mratlv, |$50 in wages in a specified number •-..Over and above the time spent 1 of reporting periods. Therefore, the in the local office, each investigation j decision to pay or not to 1 pay social place'cl additional burdens 'on the sprnr'-i-u vwrn^rc na^ -O^H «=nmrtf-irnAc bookkeeping departments of the security benefits can, ar.d sometimes does, hinge upon whether a worker Social Security Administration and | finally go.t credit for a relatively the .employer's involved, Robertson j small amount of wages which were -said. In most instances time spent: reported incorrectly by his employer. ,ln correcting these errors • exceeds j By the same token, benefit checks the time- spent in preparing the are smaller when some wages are original'report. -' . not posted w the'workers account." Robertson said that although these i Robertson pointed out that while errors "fall into two categories, the most employers are making proper same remedy will cure both. "If I reports, the relatively few who turn an employer will insist on actually I in incorrect or- incomplete reports are endangering the social security protection for which they and their employees have paid. in 194D. It will carry about 130 historical documents. . s - Stale 'Freedom Train' CHICAGO—(INS)—New Yorkers soon will have an opportunity to view.a New York State "freedom! train" according- to the Council ofj Slate Governments, the train will visit every community in. the state | ( 'HE ONE WAY MILLIONS ASK FOR ASPIRIN AT ITS BEST IS ! [St.Joseph SHOOT Fire away, men — We have fine WORK CLOTHES at great savings! CONCORD 313 S. Mechanic St. A red and blue glass, put together, may stop all light and appear black, but rrhxed red and blue light produce' a purple. DOLLY MADISON ALL ALUMINUM VENETIAN BUNDS Siltj 23" to 36" wld> 0J Q C« .nchcj, lone .'.. W"»"» FLOOR SANDEK AND EDGES. FOR RENT 5 doctors prove this plan breaks the laxative habit If you tako laxatives rciuliirly—herft'n how you cnn ntopl BftcaUflC.B New Yorlc doctors now hnVw proved you m*y break tho laxative habit. And establish your niitural powcm of rcRUlnrity. Eishty-tbree per cent of the cwca tested did ft. So cftn you. Stop taking whatever you now take. Tnntrcid: Every night for ooo wcekt*ke2 Ciu-Ur's Pills. Second wcoic—oni each nl(tht.~Third •week—one evory, other ni'cht. Then—nothing! Every d«y: drink eight frlaawa of water; act & definite tirnn for retruJarity. Five Now York doctorn proved thin plan CAO brcJik the huntlve habit. How can a laxative break the luxatlvo habit? Becnuse Cartnr'B Pills "unblock" tho lower digestive tmcc and from then on let it znnke use of it* own naiural powers. • Further—Carter'! ,Pillfl contain no h*bit> forte ing drills, Break the laxative habit.. . with Cartir'i Pills ... and be regular naturally, Wbon worry, overeating, overwork mskt you irregular temporarily—tako Carter's Pjlli temporarily.,And novor got the lajutjve habit. Get Carter's Pillfi at any drugstore for 33t today. You'll bo gratoCul tho rest of your life. • Our Reputation— For quality work removes Uic gamble from your dry cleaning— ,Scc for yourself. Hat Blocking — Our Specially HARRY FOOTER & GO, Cleaners and- Dyers ' PHONE 197 Cumberland — Frostbnrjr Piedmont 6751 QUEEN CITY PAINT & GLASS CO. 15 N. Mechanic St. Phone,3033 ARE YOU .OVERWEIGHT? If you feei that you would like to reduce without the use of harmful drugs . . . we suggest yo.u try the new food supplement called— ROLLE TABLETS 2 Sizes—?2.25 and $5.00 RAND'S Cor. Baltimore Sf. and N. 1 Centre St. WATCH SPECIAL • Benrus • Elgin • Bulovcj With Ruby and Sapphire Dial 15 and 17 SOJ-SO Jewels W Cumberland Loan 42 N. Mechanic St. Phono 4765 ENJOY ... a delicious Lunch or Dinner in the delightful atmosphere of ANTON'S ^ COCKTAIL LOUNGE ^ ^ N. Mechanic at Baltimore a Listen to 1 Scotfy Munro | <e$ Singing Star of yz Stage — Screen — Radio Si • w;th Ann Moore at the piano Ni'shi/x. S to 72 p. m. SPAGHETTI and SANDWICHES Served or Midnight NOW OPfN/ Th« Dolphin Bar 107 N. Centre St. featuring SEA FOODS • Oyjtcrj on the Half Shell • Shrimp _ • Clams • Oyifer Stew Beer Liquors * Wine BORROW SENSIBLY If you. need cash for winter expenses, our ferrice is prompt, friendly and private Loans up to 5300.00 Noie — Furniture — and .Auto Loons INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 301. Liberty Trust Bldg. PHONE 97 NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF SHAREHOLDERS The Annual Meeting" of the Shareholders of the First Federal Savings' and-Loan Association, of Cumberland for the election of Directors and any other business that' moy come before the meeting will be held in the office of the Association, No. 56 North Centre Street, Cumberland, Maryland, •Wednesday, the 19th day'of January. 1949,-at 2 o'clock P. M. " LYNN C. LASH LEY, Executive Vice President See What You Buy Our showroom is filled with the larceal mid njofiD complete selection or fine memorfids to b« seen In this vicinity, so you can see whut yo'j buy. We are prepared'to proper!;* ndvlac you about your selection Through our many yoars of experience. ' D. R. Kitzmiller (Pormerlj Hie A. A. Koeder Co.) 'Frederick mt Georjrs St. rhone 370 Entertainment Thrill? Hear Beverly Stuli First Lady of the .Accordion •KENNin COCKTAIL LOUNGE .Baltimore at Mechanic PRICES 157 BALTIMORE ST. PHONE 3700 SALE! Real Savings on every pair! Nationally Advertised MEN'S SOCKS Men ! Get yours NOW ! Prices will go right back up after this sale.,Nationally advertised (you'll recognize their famous, name on the label'!) in smart argyle, stripe, clock, rib patterns... of part wool, lisle, mercerized cotton, silky rayon! Both regular and slnck lengths; sizes 10 1o J3. TODAY & THURS. Last Week's Crowd! R-A-V-E-D. About It:' Now — An All-New Show — Better Than The First! NOT JUST ONE—BUT . .'. STAGE SHOWS AT: 3:25 - 7:20 - 3:30 TRICES FOR VODVIL: MAT AnULTS "fl" iTlHli KIDDIES Me rye ADULTS .:..,. 76« CfCl KinDIES 4.lo TODAY - ONLY - ON THE STAGE - IN PERSON - , • -, TODAY - ONLY - WUD6I//UB DIRECT FROM HOLLYWOOD RADIO AND TELEVISION! CAST INCLUDES ..' Berk & Hallow "Adv. In Tops" Joe Allen, Singing Star of "This In The Army" Original Vnlce of I>on;iltf Duck'. Geo. Nicolls & Co. "Moments In Magic" Stanley Kane-Morris & Ryan Stage Show At - 1:40- 4:00 - 7:00 - 9:30 AMERICA'S FAVORITES THE HOOSIER HOT SHOTS ^ STARS OF RADIO- STAGE •-&- SCREEN * HEZZIE * GIL and '* KEN •A- GAB THE KORNCERT KINGS SHARE THE EXCITEMENT — THE THRILLS — THE EXPLOITS OF THE "JUNGLE PATROL" STARTS FRIDAY! ABBOTT & COSTELLO in Side Splitting Comedy "PARDON MY SARONG" PLUS CO-FEATTJRE VIVIEN LEIGH'in "ANNA'KARENINA" • TWO BIG DAYS • THURSDAY AND FRIDAY BIG HITS ON ONE STERLING PROGRAM o,H«rrtp(7 Aimmti Kmx • Pirruu Tuna • Pmr Im Cum j EXTRA * COMIC COLOR, CARTOON OUR PUBLIC HAS DEMANDED IT ... MOVED OVER ... TODAY - THURS. Cary Grant s \ r\nki it A n^it * IITO in DON HARTMAN'S prodociion The hidc-snd- seek, tongue- in-cheek tale of s marrisge- Every Girl Should •" * eo-ilorrtno Be Married PLUS DONALD Cartoon \' i""o3«ins BEISl DRAKc j doctor..and , t misbehavinl ; man-huntin' 'Babe! 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