Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, October 25, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MO, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 SEVEN, Beall Suggests Alaska For Newsprint .••. ...',. »-.'.•. ~~ !'.. .-..*;...•.•-. .:•;,: •'„,. '• ', •'-.:..:•: : '- *• ,''.-'. '. U. S. Senator J. Glcim Dcall has suggested the possibility that America can dovclop'lts own news : ..print industry in Alaska. Ills slate : mont followed -the announcement of: a 'price '.increase '-By'i.a'- second major . Canadian newsprint pro-j ducerV . ..' :• ,' .. • '.'• ' Senator Bcall said he will ask Secretary .McKay .of Hie Deparl- ment of the Interior to advise -him what tracts jf land would be available in Alaska for .jiilpwood (newsprint) production. He also wants to know, of course, hov Secretory of course, hov feels about it. There are thousands of acres of ' tjmber In Alaska that I feel cer- lain arc satisfactory (or pulpwood production," said Senator Beall, who added that with proper cutting and farming the supply would last forever, v . . '' . , ille pointed out that it will have to be determined "just what steps are needed" to encourage private capital to develop a newsprint sup-; ply in Alaska under government supervision. "Then- we can. go further into this matter .of developing our own pulpwood supply." he said. . .'•-..• I Informed that the Abitibi Power and Paper Co.. of Toronto, increased its newsprint price by $5 a ton/effective November 1, Senator Beall said it "sounds -a little" like the Canadian paper producers are "[trying to circumvent accusations of. monopoly by trying subtle in raising their prices." j ,lust last week the St. Lawrence Corp. announced a similar hike a'nd Beall indicated he believes Ihe (Canadian producers are trying -to ,get around monopoly charges", by announcing their price increases at different times. j Last week,, after St. Lawrence Corp. announced its increase, Senator Beail asked the. Justice Department's antitrust division to Furnish the Senate Banking Committee with any information the division obtains on me newsprint pVice increase. j Beall, a member of the committee, said 'in his message to the justice Department, -which is rtudying ' the situation, that the committee would use such material '.'to determine whether congressional action might be advisable." "Princess" Dress 1 our lloroftro|u> took In tlic Mctton In •, which, your blrtlidiiy comes, mid find'what your outlook Is, according to the •lam, '. For Wednesday Oct. 28th,' 1033 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20~<Arle»' — If oiii'istoutly careful about- little thliigSi you <sliould find fewer details to handle and errors to correct, for the "little" things often "make", or "break" the APltlL 21 to MAY 20 {Taurus)-If you dust, pray and REALLY try, you will have (greater success. Co-operation with riglit tourccs is vital: wrong leads waste time; oltcn make trouble. • MAY 21 la JUNE 21 (GemlnD-llold that remark 'to be sure yoif arc right! Then hold It a little longer to be sure you are not hurting another with something that would better be left unsaid. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Canccr)-Work, think nnd play with reasonableness and no rnncor. Demons like Irritability and rancor .can spoil otherwise worthy en< clcavorsJ Evaluate carefully to avoid nnd accuracy are heeded now—not only in 'your woik but In all activities. Know • much Hme""you have for leisure. Think before you speak. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Vlr- jo)—Take time out for some reviewing Ui ascertain where you can tie up loose ends, where to eliminate waste motion, or just 'where you can drop everything for a while' to enjoy a walk or a nap. SEPTEMBER- 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Lib' ra>—Note how other*, around you are doing, what they arc thinking, how some values change, etc. Be .astute In-home matters as' well as In business and'oul- Ide affairs. ' OCTOBER 34 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scor pio)—Look into facts and you may find that they arc-different than you thought. Details change, and rightly so, us time NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 25 (SaglUnrltis)--Steer clear of ssiisiioi anrt trouble-making. Errors not corrected Immediately create more later, DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—Give and take In right doses; don't underestimate competitors, co- vorkcrs—too often a fault which causes misunderstandings, * JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—Start with good will and confidence, avoid worry and anxiety and you will achieve considerable now. A day for building for the future. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) -Be tactful and overlook little annoyances and your di*s will run smoother. Even balance counts. YOU BORN TODAY have as your keywords-activity and. strength. You are tenacious, economical. One big fault is not being ; possibilities and not developing talents I consistently to accomplish *• you ihould. Do nut be held back by others' way of life If yours should follow •'' different course. Be. careful in spending, associa- ' ' . tions; don't disregard diversified recreation. the' need for Copyright. 1955, King .Features Syndicate* Inc.. Best Remembers Thing He Forgot RICHMOND, Va. WV-One of the things best remembered by Dr. James A; Jones Jr., new president of Union Theological \ Seminary here; is something he forgot. A young couple stood at the altar in his church which was full of their friends. No preacher ap peared to marry them. Phone calls !o Dr. Jones' home and various hospitals failed to locate him. Another preacher was located and the wedding knot tied. .Dr; Jones said he was so engrossed in the difficulties of. a family in his church that lie forgot the time of the wedding. '.'Those, youngsters were: good friends of mine," said Dr. Jones. 'Fortunately, they still are." UnionsFaice Damage Suit ...;.-•.. C7 • ..' ..:. ; BALTIMORE Wl,— The Baltimore Steam Packet Co., which' op- crates ferries between Baltimore hd Norfolk, Va., has filed suit gainst nine labor unions and three f their officers, charging they did 500,000 damage by illegal acts. The suit accuses the unions and heir officers of establishing an .11- egal boycott and interfering with misting labor contracts. The ac- lon said the' unions established licket lines and caused a work :toppage on Sept. 17. Hostly Cold In the Eskimo country of norlh- irn Canada, the temperature dips around . 50 .degrees below .'zero i"arhenheit for about eight'months if the year. New "Ready SHave" SHAVE CREAM for speedy shaves. 5 ounce «. ttfj aerosol I.UU FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberland and Frosrburg Your best friend is this princess d[ess —if whispers such lovely things about your figure! Its lines afe simple, soft—adapt so beautifully to many different occasions, ifave it in rayon or cotton for daytime; lustrous taffeta, velve- tien for gala evenings! : Pattern 4671: Misses' Sizes 12 ]i, 16, 18, 20; 40. Size 16 takes 4'/i yards 39-inch fabric. rThis pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. ISend Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care oj Evening Times 42, Pattern Depl., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly N'ASIE, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. jEgg yolks will beat better and combine more easily with a hot tpixture, if one leaspoonful o/ water is added to them. 4% DIVIDENDS ON SAVINGS An Unbroken Record For 15 Yeori. All Funds Invested in First Mortgage* on Homes. WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT ROME Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, INC. 19S*uth Liberty St. Cumberland, Md. PHONI PA 4-1 WO Come To Hill's For Your Hallowe'en COSTUMES Costumes for children and adults—Gorillas, Fairies, Tigers, Monsters, Davy Crockett, Rabbits and Frogs. Get yours now! ${.7915-98 Complete Selection Of- Wigs..50clo1.98 Make-up ., 10c up Masks.... 5c up Hats..... 5c up Horns 5c up Route 40 Store Open Every Night 'til 9 HILL'S Toy Store 45 N. Centre St. and Rt. 40 Burglar Informs Police Of Mistake In Newspaper TUCSON, Ariz. l»l — Everybody reads the newspapers these days. Police received this postcard from a burglar: '• .' 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