Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 12, 1955 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
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f' TIMbb, CUAlhBULANU. Mil* „ WEDNESDAY, .OCTOBER 12,, W5 PA-2-4MO ft* ».WANT AD » Stote's Republican; Women To Plan For Nekt Election * t " * ' 1 1 t ' BALTIMORE Ml — Republicu Oulrnun D Eldred Rinehtrt Women of Maotahd uttered to- »p*§k during the afternoon »esslo . > day to get word from the pre-election year State GOP leaders elect officers and. pass resolutions Gov Mcheldln will speak at t annual banquet tonight Mrs Vaughn E Richardson An executive board meeting at Salisbury is expected to ha\c ' noon touched off the two day 35th tie opposition in her bid for *w amua ' con\bnlion »»« Miss Bertha S Adkins national committee* oman and assistant to ' the '; chairmaii" of ., tlic .National Be'.' publican Committee «as to give the kcjnote address and State GOP All kind! of FLOWERS for all Kind of Needs Dial PA 2-0033 election as president of the orga zation. Election results will be a nounccd tomorrow Resolutio will be considered and the pre dents report heard at the fin session. Mrs. Richard M.'-Simpson',:me'i Ibership' chairman .of (he-Nation Federation of Republican Worn arid; wife 'of a Pennsylvania co grcssman will speak at the June jcon ending.; the .'meeting. {Equity Suits Filed Three equity suits ha\e bee ldocketed in Circuit Court. Bills complaint-have been filed by : Mar J Seggie against Harry Seggi William P Roth against Nell Kale -.Roth,, and-.',Robert , Jam< Ravcnscroft >gaihst' Eleanor Dru Ravenscroft, Gold Star To Meet A meeting of Tn State Chapte Gold Star Mothers will be hel today 'at'' 7:30 p' rri.-at the Legio Home. k Banqueu 01 >ny iizc, ^ k Wedding Receptioni, * ? Cocktail Parties, etc. ^ Inquire ot . . . I 8 Room Stucco and Brick House 22 VIRGINIA AVE. *6,825. Both, Furnact, ftaitmvnt, Otiraft, 2 Pantl ((••mi fronting en Avt for luiintii'o'r Offtct. Irving Millenson 108 S. Liberty St. Dial PA 4-5590 Baltimore Co. Departments Seek Increases, -^•^•••••••r >^ — creases in budget requests horn various departments of the Ball! more County government— with ed ------- - -.-. ucatlon leading the way'-have P,™ e ™ llic 'f ' swelled the total request to more ihan 7 million atxne the current county budget of (27805111 Michael T Birmingham .presi dent of the Baltimore County 3oard of Commissioners made he announcement yesterday The oial of the requests is S34 668182 he.-said. Ah estimated increase in the real and person*! property assessable lasts for 19% would produce near j 5 million in addition revenue should the present tax rate of munl $ 198 be continued If the budget requests are appro\ed in full by he commissioners they would still short of balancing the budget The Board of Education made he largest request—$19 887 065 for chool operational costs and debt retirement next year This is more han 4 million abme the appro pnations for the purpose this year Police, fire, i; highways and,sani- ation departments asked corres ponding increases Etockingham (Continued from Page 11) •andahsm was charged to the Inkers. i ^' Victor Prmgle, general manager f all the^six plants of the big pro- essmg cooperative, met with un on officials in Chicago last week ut no announcement has been made of any agreement or conclu- on to the wage and fringe dis- ute. The terms of the union demands, he said, will be made pub- c after a meeting of the board f directors of the firm in Broad- r ay, Va, Monday Two of the company'plants, one '. Alma, Va', and the^ other at tuarts Draft, Va, have not been ailed out on strike by the union truck plants besides Moorefield re Winchester, Richmond and roadway. Company officials, ho.vever, re Dinner Price To flOaEact:„ BALTIMORE * — Faced wHh a Democrat! Thty agreed that In $35000 debUand Ihe'loonunl dud ow of an expensive ISM general cumstances. a $25 dinner'would the'novel Battle Cry,' while all election campaign Maryland Dem ocrals hate decided to raise the pose, and that it would be better for "young boys and girls.' *~~ io . , n . * 25a plate dinner Nov t 28 to $100 The decision was taken at a to pin a $100 price tag on tickets to the dinner meeting yesterday of about 75 top decided to do just that for>» fall newsstand displays, had been mis port operations'at all the plants liave continued and are neanng a normal level Contracts ojipired Sept 9 for workers at plants at Broadway Richmond and Winchester and Moorefield. • The strike began two days later The union asked that the mini cents to SI 25 an hour Prmgle said today the demand than 2 miilum do) r ars hour for the present with a boost o $1 in January and f 105 in March when the minimum wage of $1 an hour goes into effect Prmgle said the co op takes the view its pay scale and other bcne 'its are higher than most of its competitors view'Of the party's financial cir- not come close to fulfilling its pur right for adults tent fit reading Ho said yesterday he thought it likely the city's efforts to clean The Republicans already have lurid books and magazines off dinner they are planning' Sen Stuart Sjmington (DMo) will be the principal speaker at he Democratic ! gathering and state party leaders hope that at east 1000 party members will show up with disposable $100 bills seats and three of the state s seven congressional seats are in Repub scale be hlkcd from ra "can hands and the Democrats [eel they will need to get a good :inancial start on their try to up had been reduced to 9 cents an sct the GOP dominance as well as pay off their debts Michael J dent of the Baltimore County com Bcfeii JR$p Baltimore , BALTIMORE « - Mnyor Thorn-ilnThat li all nonifnM. i'—*-'> ' l represented to Leon Uris native Baltimorean who wrpte battle Uris has said he would return' the key to the fiiy the mayor presented, him here last February at the premier of the motion pic Ihe governorship both Senate ture, of his novel because of what "Wh'a't we'are'trying to do Is to get newsstand operators and mig azme operators to remove volun tarily pictures and publications that have a tendency to impair the morals of young boys and, girls' Ma»onic Unit Sets Degree Salem Council 11 Royal Arch Masons will confer the Royal and Select Masters Degrees tonight at the Masonic Temple A buffet, he called DAlesandros hypoc m>y Battle Cry was included or the mayor s list of books which || should be taken stands TONITC "A BULLET FOR JOEY" i Enroll Your Child in an APPROVED DANCE STUDIO! 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