Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 36
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 36

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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ift : .as. H'THIRTY-SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. Mp r THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955 .Dial PA-2-1600 for » WANT AD Jobless Pay aims Show Sharp Drop |f Lowest Level In Three pYcai-s Hit Lasl Week, 'ItStatc Agency Reports ^BALTIMORE Wi — New claims for. unemployment compensation in Maryland dropped last week to their lowest level in three years, the; Department of Employment Security reported today. -The 1.44S new. claims compared with 2,171 the previous week and 2",844 in Ihc corresponding week of 1954: Not since October 1952 have claims normally run al low levels in October and department analysts saw indications Maryland's economy had 'resumed normal patterns. • Just two years ago, a nationwide recession or "rolling economic adjustment" was beginning to make itself felt in the statistics. The department paid out $185,400 last week to 7,412 persons eligible for unemployment benefits. A year ago the figures were 5499,868 and 19,660. In October two years ago they were ?176,OG2 and 7,425. The number of new claims filed and the number of benefit checks issued last week by the ESB's branch offices around the state: Pennsylvania Mnu Held For Forgery jXJi. Clearvillc, Pa.l man was arrested Tuesday night by Detective IK James E. Van and is being held for authorities of Pennsyi- JXI" 3 - -JX Van said Harold H. Tiedinger, RD 2. Clearville, was taken into custody on an 'alleged forgery count. POINT CliEAR,: Ala. Wi - The slate'has 'a .'definite role in 'creak ing a. favorable climate for new and . expanding industry, Maryland's (Joy;' Theodore R. McKcldin ist, el, Southern Governors'. Conference. the slale are a sound lax s"'uo- ture, good roads to markets and poinls of trans-shipment, food , - schools, excellent heallh' services he and the Slate Roads Coramis- and certain' recreational facilities, he said. 'The stale can also show a constructive interest in industrial re- to have the 34 million dollar plant search, and can render a very val- erected there. . . He gave some statistics on Maryland's industry: The number of plants increased uable service by assisting and guiding its subdivisions in safe, adequate zoning so that communities ALTOON'A GIRL SLAIN—Gloria Ferry, 18, of Altoona, Pa!, has been identified as the girl found strangled in Cleveland's Brookside Park October 9. Sought for questioning in the homicide is 67- year-old Louis Statler of Altoona, an ex-convict. The photo of Statler is several'years old, but best likeness according to police. Staller'now Has gray hair. (AP Photofax). . . . Maryland Treasurer Receives Only $43.31 Each Week By LOU PANOS ANNAPOLIS Ifl—Four times during Ihe current school year, Hoo- >er S. iMiles will pull out.a bank wok and wrile a check for more ihan six million dollars, payable :o the Department of Education. From time lo lime, he will per- 'orm a similar operalion for various other Maryland departments or agencies until, at year's end, le will have paid out more than 268 million dollars. For handling this kind'bf money and performing a number of other chores as Slale treasurer, Miles picks up a salary averaging about $42.31 a week. His pay !is fixed by law at 52,500 a year. 'This is ?188 more than Maryland pays the junior account clerk in the main office of the Department of Forests and Parks. It's $318 less than the annual salary of the senior account clerk in the same office. Besides his check-writing duties, Miles also is called 'upon' to serve as a sort of custodian of the coin, investment .d. i r.e c t o.r, insurance man and member of IHe importaril Board of -Public Works. After you 'turn over your taxes lo the comptroller, he passes them! on lo .Mies for safe-keeping and ; eventual disbursement. The. treasurer deposits some of his money in banks around the; slate and invests'Ihe rest'. In this v-'ay the money earns a litlle intcv-J e'st, instead of just, lying around and collecting dust until it's paid out. • .- '- •". 46 Baltimore 1 Street CUMBERLAND, MIX and KEYSER, W. Va. ON THIS DELUXE AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC RANGE REGULAR ;.. 239.00 NOW ONLY WITH YOUR OLD RANGE REGARDLESS OF AGE OR MAKE president of the Baltimore Orioles, faced stiff opposition when he came up for .'a new term in the 1955 Legislature. He waited impassively outside Ihe House chamber as Ihe Democratic caucus decided, his fate. "Sometimes," he commented -to bystanders as a group of. delegates unsuccessfully tried to dump him in favor of another candidate, "1 wonder whether it's worth all this." (Tomorrow: The State as an'in- surance client.) . . • No Extra Charge For Credit Never before have so .many . features been offered on a range of. : such a low price. And at Wolf's you' gel an sensational trade-in deal. DOWN DELIVERS • SUPER-CALROD INSTANT HEAT • GIANT SUPER- OVEN • EASIER BROILING (no preheating) • ELECTRIC- CLOCK OVEN TIMER • 21 IN. FLUORESCENT TOP LIGHT • REMOVABLE CALROD GOLDEN BAKE UNIT • PLUS MANY OTHER FEATURES '."Virtually all of "our securities are short-term government notes,' says Miles. "This provides max imum safety, but it doesn't tie,U| State funds when" they are needed.' In banking some of. the money Miles says, Jie—tries to spread the business around as much as pos sible but prefers to make Ihe .big gcr, more fluid deposits in the larger banks in Baltimore. "it's more convenient," explains Miles. "To try to keep all th banks in the stale happy, though we will give any of .them a deposii up to 25 per cent of its capila and surplus." As insurance man for Ihe Slate Uie treasurer is charged with the responsibility of seeing that al Slale property is adequately cov ered by insurance. He determines the kind of in surance to be carried, selects Ihe insurance'companies or agents who get State business, and seeks the best rates 'possible. As a member of the Board o: Public Works, the treasurer serves with the governor and comptroller. The board authorizes Stale construction and improvements of. hospitals, schools, penal institutions ind similar projects. Miles has been Stale treasurer or 21 years. Unlike Ihe governor and comptroller,. who are elected |by Hie public, he is chosen by a joint vote of the Slate Senate and •House of Delegates. The traditional Democratic majority jn the General Assembly invariably means Ihe Ireasurer is picked in parly caucus. Miles, an official of one of Baltimore's biggest banks and brolher of Clarence W. Miles, attorney and Jumper-Dress! It's a jumper for now-ra sundress for summer! For. schooliimc, make one in cotton plaid, another in. solid .colors. 'She'll love the blouse too, wilh-shorl or'three- quarter sleeves. She's .sure to rale an "A" in' fashion, wearing Ihis smart twosome!, - • Pattern - 4808:' Girls' - Sizes C,. 8, 10, 12, 14. Size ,;10 'jumper, 2% yards 39-inch; blouse, i%' yards. This pattern .easy lo .use,- simple lo .sew, Is tested for; (it. Has complete illustrated instructions. i Send. Thirty-five cents: in. coins for this pattcrn-^add 5 cents for : cach pattern for Is't-cltiss mailing. Send to. ANNE-ADAMS,, care'of The Evening , Times; 42 Pattern Dopl'., 2<flWcst-17th St.', New Vork 11, N. Y. Print plniniy'NAMK,':AD- DHKSS with- ZONE,, SIZE, imd jlSTYLE NUMBER. ' ' ' Five Equity Suits Filed In Court Here Five equity suits have been docketed in Circuit Court. Bills of complaint were-filed by Alice House against Arnold House, Hayden H. Lease, against Ruth N. Lease, Dolores Beaghly Dankmeyer against Robert A. Dankmeyer, Joseph Wallace Larue against Pauline Virginia Laruc, and Barbara A. Lee against Robert E. Lcc. Governor Cites State Cooperation In Building Rokd To PPGC Plant Here will be helped, -and nol hurl, by industrial growllr," McKcldin con. tinned. , ' . . ' Another example he gave was liis recently established commission lo devise and promote legislation for improvement of Ihc port ol Baltimore and its commerce. He said preliminary sludics indicate Ihe establishment of a port authority with broad powers of action and control. As an example of community' Among the duties to industry by slate .cooperation in acquiring nc« industry. McKcldin used the new said today. 1 believe, however, that the state should not be the prime miner in the obtaining of new industries—that the initiative should cx- rathcr, at the community lev- lie said in a discussion'at the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. plant sion assured a new road to the plant site, and paved Ihc way for of 15 per cent, from 2,742 at Ihe end of the war • lo 3,178 In W54. ' The manufacturing payroll jumped from about 587 millipn'dol- lars a year to nearly a billion. The lotal industrial'. payroll — manufacturing' and non-mnnu(ac- luring «enl up from a-little over a billion dollars to more Ihan two billion. Nearly 859 million dollars ,was invested in new industries and expansions in Ihe Baltimore area alone from 1948 through last Au- S»st. , . There are 1,938 manufacturers in .... Baltimore area, an increase of 1(1 per cent since 1946.-They employ 135,000 workers, an increase the Local Chamber of Commerce "1 have menlioned lliese matters because I believe the industrial dc- velopmenl of the entire South can benefit from the encouraging and activating Of local initiative," hs said. The extra years-enrich its great Bourbon flavor, \ V OLD HICKORY sii.mis oil 86 PROOF '. ALSO AVAIUBLE IN 100 PROOF BOTTLED IN 80ND -OLD HICKORY DISTILLING CORPORATION • PHILADELPHIA, Pi SCHWARZENBACH'S TRIM look suits the budget-minded perfectly! 'Buy On Divided . Poymcnti: . 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