Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 14, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 14, 1955
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES, >CUMBERLAND.. MU., FB1DAY, OCTOBER .14, 1955 Dial PA-l-4600 lor «, WANT; AP-.T«k«r,;';Vjjg" Iloomiiig Business Might Result ..-|-:-: . • . ' • .-..'' •••'.• '• '. . •• :^ Hi End-Of-Fiscal-Year Surplus A 10 miiiioi BALTIMORE, in dollar surplus for Mao-land during the current tis • cal-year appears a possibility business continues to hum at its present clip. State fiscal officials had figured the surplus would be no more thai ?265;6oo, but increasing tax rcve nucs''are forcing a revision of the estimate. If a 10 million dollar sur plus''should accumulate, 1 it would go a', long way toward bridging a the Stale of dollars between income and ox- much-discussed gap of 30 million FUNERAL FLOWERS Our Specialty " • Arthur 1621 Bedford St. PA 2-5414 I pendilurcs and would ease, an expected increase in taxes. Sales tux revenues are the clearest tip-off to the mounting surplus. An increase of G per cent was predicted in sales tax revenue. Rut during July, August and September, the State. received an estimated $9,122,214 from the tax, an increase of 16.4 per cent over the same three months of last year. If the 16.4 per cent increase is repealed in the remaining nine months of fiscal 1936, sales lax revenues would climb to $40,475,000—an increase of $3,475,000 over ie original estimate. This, coupled with a carry-over surplus of $4.431,358 'which cannot je touched this year, • would add up to a surplus of $7,900,358. Two million more could easily be provided from mounting re- [jceipts from the stale income lax, jwhich in .other years closely fol- Ijlowed the trend of sales tax revenue, and inheritance and alcoholic beverage taxes. If you think theyVj stacked ...wait till you see MY SISTER EILEEN!* Irish (Shccmi) McCiilhi: If EVEfiYBOOT WHO'S ANYBODY wanll to sei MY SISTER EILEEN, > Columt* picture, starring Janet Lcigfi. Jack Lemmon and Betty Garret! The freshest, fun- . flint Technicolor musical that ever went singins across the Cinemascope scn«n! | WATCH FOR IT COMING SOON TO THE MARYLAND THEATRE Wrong Phone Number Gets Her Contract By EMILV HELSIJK HOLLYWOOD (INS) -Irish Me Calla, a telephone operator from Shawnce, Neb., plugged in a wron 1 , number one day and wound up ii Hollywood—as "Sheen'a. Queen o tho Jungle." Now -she's swinging through the trees with the cutest of kneps anc wondering whatever happened to the people at the other end of thai wrong number! "t never thought much aboul acting," Irish declared, "t jusl happened to cut in oti these people talking about how warm California is and I decided that was for me. "So I came to Hollywood, got a job .in a malted milk shop and the next thing I knew I was doing bit roles on TV." A few weeks ago the five-foot nine-inch tall blonde won out over 250 other actresses who tested for the "female Tarzan" role in "Sheean." a syndicated jungle'TV series The selection ' shouldn't have been difficult for Irish is a natural born athlete: "I'm strictly an outdoor girl," the lucky Irish declared. "I was a tomboy as a kid. I had to be. There were eight children in my family and I had to be an.athlete to live!" The 24-year-old jungle goddess (who is married and .has two kids) is a expert swimmer and diver, bul she had to practice a bit before she could go winging through the trees with the greatest of ease. "I practiced swinging from ladder and soon got the hang of it," she said. "But the' worst thing isn't the swinging—it's the fighting. If you just haul off and hit somebody it looks real phony, but if you calcu- ate your punches just right it looks great in front of the .camera." It was (lie tree, antics; nevertheless, that laid low (lie hick of Irish. She was giving us the jungle lowdown from a king-size bed. \«here she was recuperating from a near- jroken arm suffered when her land slipped on a tree-rope. "I was supposed to knock the •illain off a tree limb," she ex- Gift-Perfect! Mayor Roy W.. Eyes announced from yesterday, the.' 1 contractor on. 'the city's • $2,000,600.' sewage 'treatment plant is getting ready to tunnel under the B&O tracks to lay 30-inch inierceptor sewer. • He said crews of the Moycr Brothers Company last week started work o|i the entrance • to • the i,0 US( tunnel which will bring sewage a for Tin Can Menu WASHINGTON-UN'S)—The : pantry in an atomic submarine is much like that'in the average American home — it 1 , couldn't get along with cans. Approximately 65 percent of'all-ioid on the two atomic submarines, the Nautilus and the Seawolf, will be canned,' according to the Navy. The same holds true for all conventional submarines. •. '•.-.•• city lines, to the plant. . .: : .Other crews .last week completed] ( r01 placing forms and reinforcing .steel V^", and poured 32 yards.of coiTcrc'te the east.end section o('Sludge Bed NO. i. • ; .--; ';.-.-;. -. Workers also poured- the founds- 1 lion slab for :the plant's, boiler :e, using 40 yards of concrete. .One of the purposes of the boiler house'will be to supply heat'for the digestion.tanks, . Bacteria in"thc'se tanks work at top speed only i when liie tempera-: ture is. up—a ••phenomenon long 1ft' noted by those living along the placing Foiiml At Last The famous . ironclad vessel' ,of the Civil' War, the Monitor, was detected by radar off Cape Hat- leras in 1947, after more .than 85 years of .lying.uhlocated under the w.aler. Historians are of the opinion that cotton originated, in India about B.C. 3000. . ••-••• . .-• , Thrilling gift to a little miss— this adorable wardrobe for her favorite doll! Just ONE main pattern part to each garment— nothing easier to sew! Gay scraps make the entire outfit — bolero, skirt; jlouse, jerkin, slacks, nightie, panics .and petticoat!. • . 'Pattern 4883: For dolls 14, 16, 18, 20, 22 inches tall. Yardage requirements' given in pattern. This pattern easy to use, simple[| to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five' cents in c*oins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mail- Send to ANNE ADAMS, care 1'lie Evening Times, 52 Pattern Dept, 243 West 17lh St.,. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Potomac : River, where the 1 odor ' im • bacterial action waxes ' or according to the vvoatlier. ! Stce| covers being placed over digestion tanks will keep the odors on tap,. •. Work 'was also continued last week on. excavating for the main sewage pumping station .and laying tiie 30-inch interceptor which will be carried beneath the tracks near Offutt Street. . Other crews continued paving with. stone the river side of the Bvecs' surrounding the plant and fill inside the . There are approximately W,OdO=?Hl : Ionics' to a mile:" "'' '' '' Boy* and 'Girls QROW-A-YEAR COATS '.18 N. Centre St. jfi; t SEIFERT'S INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE! Borrow Sensibly If you n»d caih for Fall •> . ptntct cur iirvlct it prompt, • ' friendly and private. Loans up to $300 Not* — Furniturt — and Auto Loans INDUSTRIAL LOAN ;, SOCIETY, INC. 'No; 301 Liberty Trust Htlj. PHONE PA 44100 plained, "but when my hand slip>ed I hit the tree instead of the villain.". '"'•.' Irish was flown to her home fro lie "Shcena" film. location n'e Mexico City. She expects to retu: n a week or so. 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