Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 25
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 25

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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TWENTY-SIX EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for • WANT; AD TalMf County Will Get $13,795 In Liquor Tax Allcgany County will rcceiv $13,795.64 from the slate com) (roller's office as its share of re venue from three months of th rearranged slate tax on liquors. The checks ranged from $l,213.( for Caroline County to $226,562.3 •for Baltimore City. Garrell County didn't gel any be cause (he sale of distilled spirits i illegal there. Until lasl July I. Maryland ha a lax of $1.25 a gallon on dislillc spirits, to which Baltimore and Ba limorc County added another 5 cents a gallon. By action of the General Assen: bly in 1954, a tax of S1.50 a gallo was made standard throughout th slalc, with local subdivisions shar ing in it in proportion to dcliverie to their retailers. They get 50 cent a gallon. The special (axes in Baltimor and Baltimore County were re pealed. The $448,830 distribution to th counties and to (he Baltimore, cit government, covered deliveries o 897,661 gallons of distilled spirit to retailers between July 1 am Oct. 1. 'The share each county receive! includes: Frederick, $8,493; Washington $12,174. Doclor Turns Down Certificate Fees OMAHA Wl—Dr. Edwin Lyma: has been turning down an estimai cd $G,000 a year in fees—$42,00 for the seven.years he has serv ed as registrar of birth and deal certificates in the county. He's entitled to 50 cents for eac of the 12,000 such certificates file annually, but contends: "A publi employe should be paid what hi official salary is and no more." !n Australia, a baby kangaro usually is spoken a "Joey." ' —ADVERTISEMENT- Sells Peace Of Mind ED BURNS "I like to pay bills for people,' says this friendly Aetna Financi manager. • "And I'm glad to invit folks to see me for $50 to $1500 to consolidate their dcbls with on payment at one place every montl "Usually it means less to paj each month, too," lie added.. "Peo pie who use this plan tell me i gives them peace of mind because it rids them of money worries." Fast, courteous, one-visit seiv ice is the rule at Aetna. No chorgi for counseling. Persons in nearby towns invited. See or call Aetna Finance Co. 48 N. Centre Street Phone PA 4-5800. (Loans over $300 made under Md Industrial Finance Act.) 'NOTHING IS SO EASY AS TO DECEIVE ONE'S SELF" ;*{Aulhor'» name When a physician become* sick he always goes lo another Physician to diagnose his ailment. He knows that no one can properly treat themseif. Symptoms of illness must be carefully noted and studied im- poisioriotety. Do not deceive yourself by attempting self treatments. It is worth many times your Physician's charge to know that your health is in capable hands. When he tells you that your illness is not serious, as most often is the case, ll is o wonderful feeling. Should some more difficult sickness'threaten your health, an early treatment usually YOUR PHYSICIAN CAN PHONE PA 4-3646—PA 4-3647 WHEN YOU NEED A MEDICINE Pick up your prescription if shopping near us, or let us deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with the responsibility of filling their prescription!. May we compound yours? Walsh &McCagh PHARMACY , : 101 N. Centre St. PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS •QuBldllon by DrmoillnnM (3H.32?) Copyright IMS (t Teacher Meet Set Tonight A meeting of the Allcgany ..._„ . . County Teacher Association will lerday found two men guilty of be held today at 7:30'p. in. at tampering with a motor vehicle Allegany High School, according Two Men Found Guilty Of Car Tampering Here Magistrate J. Milton Dick yes- and fined them $250 each. They are Kobert Porlmcss, 128 North Waverly Terrace, and William Ellsworth Simpson, 211 Bedford Street. Portmess filed an appeal and was committed to county jail in default of $500 bond while Simpson was committed to jail for 90 days in default of the fine. They were arrested on North Centre Street last Saturday by Officer Harry Iser, who .testified they were trying to drive away a car owned by Charles W.'Petlie of Frostburg [{csluurmit Atmosphere Tiiinted By Slray Skunk CHICAGO W — The Imperial House lost some of its high-toned restaurant atmosphere when a skunk wandered' into a dining A squad of police headed by Officer Joseph Heinrich moved in .0 handle the situation. Heinrich shot the animal, but the restaurant refined its air by keeping its doors open all night. Loop a string through the zipper pull on a dress which zips up the jack. You'li find the cord simpli- to John D. Kelly, president. Navy Reservists Gel Promotions The Naval Reserve Surface Division here has promoted l(i men to higher rates tills month, -according to Lt. Cmclr. W. W. Hill, commanding officer. .. . Men receiving proriiollons in- JaS E? Ri£££ district elude E. R. <*.» C L. Crass, »nagcr of the Social Security of- W. P. kmonck. W I lair. W. J manager fice here, will show a movie and will outline the .benefits provided under Social Security coverage. He will explain to the teachers how new regulations undo (he law make provision for including teachers and other public employes in the program's coverage. After his talk, he will answer questions raised by any of the teachers present. Kelly said there . ports and other business to come before the association. The question of increased retirement benefits, through Social Security or other means, or a combination of plans, is of interest to all teachers. Kelly said. Duck Seeking Drink Gets Swim Instead ALBUQUERQUE W-^A duck got a swim instead of the drink he was apparently seeking. he saw a duck waddle up to the seemed to be waiting for the bar to open. Louis took.the quacker to sd. Flanigan, C. A. Jewell Jr., J. M. Kochis, R. M. Lacy and C. G. Smith, all of Cumberland. -C. C: Emerick Jr., N. J. Dormio, K. T. Lowery, of Frostburg W. S. Haines, Romney; D. L. Newbraugh, C. F. Solders, Berkeley Springs, W. \'a.; and J. F. Proud, of La Vale. . Commander. Hill pointed out that these advancements in rank arc are some re- the result of the training pi effect .at the" Naval Reserve Training Center. The new rates are perriianent and. in case of mobilization, the mcii concerned would serve on active duty in their advanced status. Examinations for advancement are conducted each month. Over And Not Out ROANOKE, Va. Mi—The'staff of Roanqke's new television station, WDBJ-TV, completed the station's first telecast from studios in the City Policeman N. B. Louis said Mountain Trust Bank Building and then found it was easier to sign door of a bar and settle down and off than to sign out. They-.couldn't get out of the securely locked building and it took about an hour man with a key IVctc Plan Speeds Up Apple Picking KAST LANSING,. Mich.. W.- Michigan State University experts anpther tree. lave devised a plaii lliey say will ncrcase efficiency of apple pick- within reach, then .moves on to 'Tlie second group follows aloiifc witli six-foot slepladders, covering ers by 5 to 10.per cent. Here's the zone from six to 12 feel on the tree. low it works: Picking crews*are divided'into ... . hrce groups.' One unit stands on perts — the "clean-up" squad- he ground and picks all Ihe apples who work best at. high altitudes. Finally come the. tall ladders ex l JUST CANt WAIT TO SET UNDER. MY WONDERFUL ELECTRIC BLANKET/ It won't be long till it's, pretty chilly in Cumberland. 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