Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 12
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' TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, ,-MD., THURSPAY, OCTOBER 20, .1955 Dial .PA-2.4600 for s WANT AD Tatar Council Files Suit Against Concrete Firm -.••City Prolcsls Use, ; Lois On Columbia .7 Slrcct By Company HThe Mayor and Council ycstcr . day filed an equity suit agains the Super Concrete Company, Hen ;derson Avenue, requesting a per rnanent injunction to keep the company from using lots at the rear of Columbia Street which are located in a residential zone. ".The bill of complaint, filed b> City Attorney Thomas -B. Finan explains that a planning and ion 'itig ordinance for the City of Cum berland has been in effect since November 27, 1944. This ordinance divided the city into residential business and industrial districts. Under this ordinance, it is noi lawful to use land zoned as resi dential for business purposes un less it was so used before the zon< ing ordinance was passed or unless permission is granted for such a use by the City Board of Zoning Appeals. The Super Concrete Company, Inc., is situated in.a business zone 'in"which it has been engaged in the manufacture and sale of con crete, blocks and building supplies at 405 Henderson Avenue. The bill of complaint contends that the company-.has unlawfully extended its operations by using lots which are on the south side of Columbia Street for storage of concrete blocks and building materials and other purposes incidenl to hauling and transporting of concrete blocks and building.supplies. These lots, are -situated- in a residential zone. . Numerous complaints have been received by city officials from residents and taxpayers''!!! the vicin ity of Columbia Street, the complaint charges. City Engineers' Charles R. 'Nuzum and Finan have requested officials of the firm to cease and desist in the use .of the lots in the rear of 410,- 412 and/or 414 -Columbia Street. The practice has continued, the suit says. C & A President Named Association Director John C. Peterson, president of .Cumberland and Allegheny Gas Company, was elected a director of the American Gas Association at its annual convention in Los Angeles. He will serve a four-year term on the board of the national trade association of the 15 billion dollar gas industry. -Mr. Peterson joined C&A and its affiliated Pittsburgh Group Companies, Columbia Gas System, in 1930. He has been president since 1952. Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache NacginE-bacltRche, headache, or muscular •ches and pains may come on with ovcr-cxrr- tion,emotion's! upsets or day to day stress and •train. Andfolks who cut luid drink unwisely lometirnes suffer mild bladder irritation ...with that restless, uncomfortable fcctinR. If you arc miserable and worn out because of then* discomforts, Doan'a Pi]la often help br their pain relieving action, by their Eooth- in« effect lo ease bladder irritation, and by their mild diuretic action through the kidney* — tend in FT to incrcns* the output of the 16 miles of kidney tubes. So if nagging backache makes you fret draBSTcd-out, miserable.,.with restless, eleep- ICISB niuhta...don't wait..-try Doan'n Pills... set the Bime happy relief millions have en- joyedf or over60yfara.GetDoan'iiPi1la today! Advertisement Double \| It's Vintagi Quality But ..;tnjojltl W**ttrn Maryland Distributing Co. MMtS-.f. MOWNINO ««of 24-30 Norlh 0»rgi Slrtll A Md. Fhint PArkvl.w 2-1010 jury Finds Two WomenGuilty In Sale Of Beer After Hours The owner o£ a Barton tavern and a part-time employe were found guilty yesterday afternoon in Circuit Court on a charge ol allowing consumption of beer and selling beer after ^nidnight. on a Saturday. Mrs. Edna Engle of Frostbur: was foreman of the jury which returned the verdict after deliberating almost two hours. Convicted were Mrs. Gcorgie • C. Winkler, tavern operator and Mrs. Gertrude Custer, an employe iu the tavern. Chief Judge George Henderson, who presided at the trial, then 'incd Mrs. Winkler $100 and court costs arid gave Mrs. Cuslcr a $25 which he suspended during good behavior. He then lowered Mrs. Winkler's fine to £30. Edward. R. Willison ana Roy F- Drumm. inspectors for the Alle- gany County Board of Alcoholic License Commissioners, testified on Tuesday they saw about six per. sons drinking beer 'ind saw Mrs. Custer sell six bottles of beer to another woman after 12:07 a. in September It. Defense Attorney Julius Scliind ler called Mrs. Hazel Baker of iear Weslcrnport, lo the stand on Tuesday. She testified she .he beers lo take out of the tavern at 11:50 p. m., September 10. Other defense - witnesses yeslcr- day testified to thai lime and said Mrs. Baker left the tavern with the beer in -a paper sack at the two inspectors entered-the tavern. Mrs. Winkler and Mrs. Custer also staled the tavern clocks are set five minutes fasl lo "make it easier" lo close Ihe establishment on time. Court Orders Suit Ileniovctl A $25,000 damage-suit filed in Circuit Court here by a locomotive engineer against the B&O Railroad in 1352 has'been ordered removed lo Garrcll County Circuit. Couri by. Chief Judge 'George Henderson. Melvln G. Clihe had brought the action against his employer in Al- Icgany' County Circuit Court. His boueiit attorney, Simon F. Reilly, filed a prayer for removal questioning whether his client might bo able to get a fair and impartial trial in Ihis county. • .. ' Cline's suit grew out of an accident involving the 'switch engine lie was operating in the Evitts Creek area July 31, 1949. He contended that the switch ler.der was negligent and that Ihe brakes of his locomotive failed when he saw thai the crash was impending. Board Of Education Discusses Problems About New School discussed $3,300,000 The Allegany ^ County Board ot Education Tuesday discussed some. of the problems connected with the new high school being constructed at • .Westcr'nport; One problem is'the regulation of drainage from -the school' site sp •t (hat it does not damage'adjacent property. 'An- agreement is being made with St. .-Peter's Catholic Church so that Hie drainage'can be shunted away from the parish cemetery, according to Superintendent of Schools Ralph R. Webster. • . Among the' future plans for the school site discussed Tuesday is the seeding of the athletic field on the hillside above the school. A copy of an agreement between the State Department of Education and the Allegany County Board of Commissioners for county borrowing of another $800,000 for school construction 'was. received Tuesday by the commissioners. Web- ster said nearly $3,000,000 of the $3,500,000 authorized In 1953 for school construction purposes has been borrowed from the state. The Wcstcrnport school is the biggest single project among the nine jobs sp in the program. • '- . • The school board members also have received an invitation from Dr. Thomas F. Pullcn Jr.,' state superintendent of schools, to meet with the school. boards of the state's other 22 counties in Baltimore November 18. Timely Service BLOOMINGTON, 111. Ifl - Customers who bring radio repair work to Franklin Hill get a break iv h e n he knocks off for coffee of breaks or goes to lunch. He charges them for labor based on the actual lime spent'on the job. He keeps a clock nearby and stops it whenever he leaves his workbench. 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