Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 12, 1949 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, January 12, 1949
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES; CUMBERLAND, MB., WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 1949 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Safety AwardDinner Planned Tonight By Pulp, Paper Firm The maintenance and construe tion division, and 'the bleach 'an chalk plant cotjhc West Virgin! Pulp and- Paper Company at Luk •Kill be fccmorect at a safety award dinner • tonicbt' at Bruce High School. TVestemport. Plant' officials said 19-18 was th best safety- and. production year in the MsWr^.of^the- Luke mill. John J. Long, safety director, wil be toastmastef. : " ' jSpeakers^Trfll be Edward Lytle. personnel .-and .labor relations man ager iorthe'-Kelly-Sprlngfield Tlr ' . Xbe two "divisions of the Luk p)snt afe.vbelng, honored for bes • percentage ol ' safety improvemen during 0948. IJranV'Barges' Is superintendent ci maintenance, and construction dlvi sion, -while' Fred Garcia is superin tend«nt' of ".the- -bleach and chalk plant. '" •'"'- ;""• They •will deceive the Mill Manager's Trophy on behalf of the 273 employes in- the divisions. A. M. Kaiser, 'mill manager, wil receive the National' Safety Counci Award." • . Plant -officials said personnel o the main laboratory, research laboratory crnd ; office division also completed -1948" without disabling injury Tonight's \program will open with an invocation by. Rev. Charles Davis followed by 'the showing of a film •"Miracle in. Paradise Valley." ' A uo7elty 'number will be presented by "Tink" Atkins, and music wil be furnished, by. the construction department' orchestra. Irene Keller •trill be yocalist, accompanied bj "Mi** "Wilda -Biggs. . The. roast ; turkey dinner will be served by members of the Younf, Ladles Bible'. CZass of Trinity Methodist Church; under the supervision of Mrs. .Bobert, Derham. Other guests, will include H. O Palling, officer manager; RymerFer- rell; Paul Bowman, superintendent of pulp mill: -John Clabaugh, superintendent oT paper mill; noyd Davis xuperintcndcnt of power division. I"rcd Gartner,- -superintendent of outside division; ".' Gerald HayWQOd superintendent 1 , of, research labor*tory: Jiillan- Patrick, superintendent of -' main • laboratory: Hugh OTfouvke and. Dan- Stalcy of (.he pcrsonnel'stafT. Frank Zeitlin; Wayne Ritchie, pre- rident of 'Luke 'Local 676, United Faperworkers of America, CIO; Wilbur Johnson, Roy Cave and George Wolfe, vice president of Local 6~6; .Paul Keeken., safety- representative «f 'the local-- •'•• • . • Dr. Robert Bess, Mrs. Alma Boyd; J£ri Mary Worgan, Mrs. Edith Ro•wan, Russell Ross, safety inspector; Victor Kalbaugh, fire - marshal: Adam 'Allen, Betty Darts and Joe Why Thousands of Doctors prescribe pleasant tasting (CAUSED BY COLDS) iracts'of once. Itnot only relieves such- coughing but also loosens up phlegm and makes it •asier to; raise. PERTUSSIN is to.] el .Mighty effective for old and young fPIeasant tastiny! •~ ~'L -i-,^.—*^~.' Advertisement Alongl, superintendent of the carbon plant. During the Luke's mill's fiscal year which ended October 31, 1948, only six employes suffered disabling injuries -for' every one million man hours of production, with- an average cost for each disabling injury of $378.63. Average record for all pulp find paper companies In the United' States was 18-employe disabling injuries per million man' hours, while for all industries the average was 12 such injuries. Luke mill's' record represents 3,444,895 man hours of safe and efficient production in 1948, officials Stud. The maintenance nnd construction division contributed 429,005 hours, the bleach plant division 62,550 hours, and the laboratories and office division 253,012 hours; The September issue-of trie National Saftey Council News gave the Luke mill credit for over 500,000 ccmtinous man hours of work'vath- out a disabling injury by listing 5t on the National Safety Council hon- cr roll. This comprises 55 continuous days. Since that time, the'best Luke The name "comet" is derived from the Greek and' Latin words for "Jinlr," from a fancied resemblance! between the tails of comets and long hair streaming in the wind. mill continuous record has been S3 days or 562,779 Safe production hours. Kill the ItCh (Scabies) 30 " This liquid preparation kills S ™m S tl ? OSe UCU 1IlltC!S Wlth It comes In centner. Buy SITTCIDE *.«™' y°ur druESlst, or send GOc "to Slticide Co., Commerce, Ga. (Adv.) iTHE MANHATTAN Sale! <i . ~ Nationally Famous SHIRTS Right From Stock . . . 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GET $50 TO $500 Or More —-At Cumberland's NEW LOAN OFFICE Your choic6-'ol Uis iollowinji popular plini. No .worthy person re- :aiM. Stop In now for immsdtnta Cass. • AUTO tOANS — oj> to 51000 • MOXET ON SICXATCHE • FCK\JTtmE LOANS TO WOO Como In or phono 52 AETNA FINANCE CO. 7 K.;LIBERTY ST. Opp. Fort,Cumberland ltol< C. V. CO YLE 5 — 45 Baltimore St. LOVELY TABLES • Modern Styles • Traditional Styles • Original Styles Tables to give your LIVIN G ROOM the touch of elegance you wish to achieve. • . We've taken these from one- of-a-kind or slightly scratched groups and marked them to startling low prices. See them! 19.50 Wheat Oak Lamp Table 9.75 22.50 Wheat Oak Coffee Table '.. . 11.50 22.50 Maple Coffee Table . 11.50 19.50 Maple Lamp Table . .11.50 25.00'Mahogany End Table 13.50 27.50 Mahogany Tier Table 16.50 24.50 Mahogany Lamp Table 16.50 24.50 Mahogany CocktaiF Table ' 17.50 lift Our Helpful Credit in . Making Selections, ior Your Home E. V. COYLE'S 45 Baltimore St. Cumberland Cloak and Suit Prints!... Briht and Bold Oil New Moderately Pi-iced froiri First showing!. . . Bright, bold print dresses for now and early spring. Refreshing contrast to winter's sombre shades ... So moderately .priced you'll want several. Exciting, eye-turning new styles that belie their tiny price'tags ... . Come,,see them.'now ... Be the first to break into'print! . '• . ' SIZES 9 to 15 12 to 20 38 to 44 18'/ 2 to 24 '/a SPECIALLY PURCHASED AND PRICED! New Cotton Frocks 1.98 January event!. . . Hundreds of bright, crisp new cottons at a pin money price. Dozens of darling styles, prints and colors. Smooth, lustrous fast color fabrics you'd never expect to find in. such 'inexpensive dresses. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44. Clearance! LOWEST PRICES OF THE SEASON! WINTER COATS Our January Coat Clearance continues .with still greater savings. Six special groups ... all reduced 50%! Choose from dress and casual type coats in richly' furred and untrimmed styles. Black and colors. All sizes. Reg. 39.98 Coots, nov ............ Re 3 . 49.98 Coats, now .............. Reg. 59.98 Coots, now .............. 29.99 Reg. 69.98 Coats, now ..'... ...... . . . 34.99 Reg. 79.98 Coats, now' .............. 39.99 Reg. 89.98 Coats, now ____ .......... 44.99 Reg. 98.98 Coats, now „ . . . '. ........ 49.99 Clearance! REGROUPED AND FURTHER REDUCED! Hundreds of Pairs REGULARLY TO $4.95, YOUR CHOICI Further, drastic reductions on hundreds of pairs of smart shoes. Dress, sports and casual types in * big selection of styles. Piled on big tables, for easy, selection. All sizes ... All widths in the group.- Cumberland Cloak & Suit Store

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