PA-2-4600 'for • WANT' Al) Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY; OCTOBER 18, 1955 ''NINE" Delia To Appear For Legislative Council Hearing BALTIMORE (M The •Legislative Council has only one witness scheduled to appear before it at a hearing ilatcd for Wednesday night. The fitness is the former president of the Maryland Senate, Ocmocrat George Delia of- Batti- nore's SixthiDislrict. Sen; Delia requested the hearing n a suit against the State Roads •Commission filed.by Mrs. Bertha Powell of Annapolis. She accused the SUC of giving referential .treatment to the sen- itor and J. Donaldson Parr, real •stale man, In allowing them to •aye access roads leading to prop- Tty they own on 'the Annapolis iy-pass. . Both Mrs. Jewell and Parr have 'eclined invitations to appear and xplain their positions. • . . "I'll be there, definitely," saidi ;cn. Delia. Firi Prevention Plaii Set For Local Post Of f ice Cops Hunt Pair Who'Kidnaped Baltimore Mail A fire prevention and safety pla is-being inaugurated at the Cuh bci-larid Post Office. • Started • during National Fi Prevention Week last week; plan.covers [our points, y, (1) All fire-fighting .eqiiipmc and apparatus in the building being checked and will 'be iii mediately' replaced If found ficient. / (2) Periodic fire drills' will t held for postal employes and olh personnel in the building; with fi wardens named for each'floor an department. " (3) Employes in the building a: to be thoroughly trained in the u: of fire-fighting equipment b means of outdoor demonstrate with, various kinds of "live" fire (4) All installations are' bein checked to discover fire hazarc When Pennies Count.. Count on the P.S. Country Style Pure Pork SAUSAGE 4 U* SI FRESH GROUND HAMBURG Maytag Gas Range BIG TRADE-IN! EASY TERMS! to be hunting and immediate steps are .akcn to eliminate them. Local postal' officials have -been bed old that an investigation throughout the department shows a serious iack of knowledge as to the pro-. per kind of equipment to use; in holdi sensitive areas in which hazardous inflammables, solvents or electrical equipment is located. The new program is designed to equip all postal installations with car, necessary and appropriate fire- pa fighting devices and to teach all then postal employes how to use the equipment properly and effectively. Thomas B. Cumiskey Jr., assistant postmaster, .said he has contacted local Fire Chief Virgil with Parker,'who has promised the assistance of the City Fire Depart- ment'in the'new prevention program.- An Indian girl of 15 posed as being 21. They usually do .that when they reach about 30. •; HAGERSTOWN Wl"- Police are, two.men who kidnaped a Baltimore insurance agent and rob' ' him : of $230. •Samuel Goldberg, 54, of the Brooklyn section of Baltimore told police last night the abduction and lup occurred after he had made a collection on an insurance policy in the Curtis Bay section.'Goldberg said two pistol-wield" ing men forced him into his own took' $140 of insurance com- my funds and $90 of his own, put him into the trunk; He said they stopped twice for gas, and when the car finally halted for good he forced his way out by pushing the rear seat away his feet... It was 9 p.m., he said,-.and he was near the baseball park in Hagerstown. Goldberg-told police he was loo nervous to get much^of a description of the men, but he said one spoke \v i t h a "Pennsylvania brogue." Your Horoscope Look IB the Kctlon In which your birth head. Sound investments favored. 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OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 fScor pint—A test day for industrious' studiousness, patience and tact. 1 important assets can win you Attain ment,' new friends and valuable connec lions. Be serene. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER '. < Sagittarius) —Tendencies toward e: ativeness are prevalent now. >'or«warn ed should be forearmed. You can aci plish much. DECEMBER 23 lo JANUARY 21 (Cap ricorn)—Work and other' pursuits fo •hich you have talent can bring you anc yours benefits and cain now IF you r age smartly, honestly, and in kee with high principles. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY (Aquarius)—Move steadily, with courage and faith in your own ability and in your orV or aludies. First, get on the right track. Ask God's guidance, then forge Seven Area Men Join Air Force The Air Force recruiting station hiere has enlisted seven area men who have.been assigned to Sampson Air Force Base at Geneva, N. Y. The group includes William Morley Weber, RFD 1, city, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Weber. 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