Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 10
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TEN" ;: " EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY,. OCTOBER 28, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for « WANT AD T«i«» Plate Glass Sales Higher , Than In 1954 Increase Of 39 Per ; Ceiil Reported For First Nine Months Sales for Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company and consolidated subsidiaries for the first nine months of 1955 were $428,949,993, an increase of 39 per cent over sales of 5309,278.171 for the same period of 1954. For the third quarter of 1955, the company had sales amounting to $140,414,174 as compared with $107,046,066 for the third quarter of the preceding year, according to Harry B.'ltiggins, president; The figures for 1955 include Canadian Pittsburgh Industries, Ltd., a wholly-owned Canadian subsidiary. Net earnings for the nine-month period ended September 30 were $45.377,010, equivalent to $4.87 per share, after the provision of $52,510,972 for income-taxes; During the same period of 1954, net in come was 527,530,062 or $2.99 per share after tax provisions amounting to $26,958,106. '• • • • For the third quarter, net earnings were $12,814,498, or $1.37 per share, after the provision of $15,320,731 for income taxes. This compares with net income of $10,621,890, or $1.14 per share, after income tax provisions of $9,815,200 for the third quarter of 1954. Although sales and earnings ' thus far in 1955 are substantially ahead of those for the previous year, Mr. Higgins pointed out that the decline in earnings from the second quarter of 1955 was due principally to a 75-day strike which ended September 12 at Columbia - Southern Chemical Corporation's largest manufactur 1 ing plant. Columbia-Southern is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Pittsburg Plate. All of the firm's major chemical plants are operating under two to five-year contracts. Mr. Higgins also staled that during the last quarter the labor contract covering about 32,500 glass division production employes was extended for a three-year period without, provision for reopening. In addition, two of the largest plants • in the company's paint division recently agreed to three-year contracts. During the past month, the firm purchased an 80-acre site for a multi-million dollar window or heavy sheet glass plant at Decatur, III. Current schedules indicate that, the new window glass plant will be in production by late 1956 or early 1957. v Soulh's Largest Lake Okeechohee, in Florida, Is the largest lake in the southern states. It is 40 miles long, 23"miles Fire wide, and oniy 22 feet deep at its deepest point, with most.of the lake being much shallower. Three Construction Permits ApprovedBy Appeals Board No U. S. President ever has resigned. ~». • • t By Jifrimy Hatlo They'll Do It Every Time THE ONLY IHTERMTIOML T4PIOCA HE EVER H4D IS OhJ HIS'NECKTIE- REAtEM&ER WHEM I PLE4DED wrm you TO Buy IHTEWWTIO IML TAPIOCA ? IT WMS SELLiue /WOU.MD TEH— isxiK Ar IT NOW-OVER TWENTY- VDU COULD4 MAVt YOURSELF SOME RE4L DOUGH: SOT 4 OWE? I W4NT TO M\LO you evEiw STOCK ALL His DOUSH MUST BE TIED UP/ W ESCROW OR .M OLD SOCK"' THAT'S MV PAPER HES RE4DIHG BOUGHT AFJS.R THey SOUP-HE NEVER AIEMTK>HS THE D06S HE TOUTED THAT LAST FOURTH Op JULY HE SAID TO FIREWORKS PFD •••' BOUND TO GO UP UTEST QUOTE ON IT" LlSTEMIKSTO.TUE *I TOLD yoU SO" BOY ' TELL YOU WHAT MIGHT H4VE THAfOt AHO'A HAT If TO IS CHCS7HUT STRICT. 151 girls. The'Sophomore Class of 400. includes 206 boy's anil 196 girls. . ' Total enrollment for senior high school is 979, compared to 929 enrolled in the junior high school Three construction projects, a iome, garage and enclosing of a )0rch, we're approved last night at a meeting of the Board of Zoning Appeals. All of the applications had been referred to the board since they Horace Clark Iii NATO 'Show' ATLANTIC FLEET-^Ships an planes from the' United States eft less yard space than is .re- Great Britain, Portugal and Franc quired in the city building code. Mrs. James M. Teeter,-'23 Mary Street, received permission to enclose a porch on her home in order o-enlarge a bathroom. .The application was approved since, the job vill not decrease the present yartl ipace. Cecil R. Bucklew, 616 Fairview Avenue, received permission to build a garage at the' rear of his He said he wanted to build the structure since he had no place to mt his car, which he has parked m the street for the past 10 years or lack of storage space. Police, he said, have issued sev- al tickets, and told him to get he car off the street. The board agreed the one-story iarage would not damage the lot and that the slope of the land will put the top of the building so it not interfere with the view rom the home. C. s W. Hedinger, 803 Brookfield Avenue, received permission to mild a one-story brick and concrete block dwelling, with attached garage, on Lot 13 and part of Lot .4 on Arundcl Street. Plans for the 63-by-32-fool build- ng allowed less back ynrd space than required by the code. Extinguished A small fire in the Cat Point •irea south of U. S. Route 40 near Town Hill was extinguished yes- erday by personnel of the State Department of Forests and Parks. | : About 300 square feet were burned. I joined forces, recently to parlic pate in North Atlantic Treaty. 0] ganization :• exercises • Centerboan Taking part-in the joint ant submarine warfare operatic aboard the ASW support air'cra carrier USS Valley Forge is Hor ace H. Clark, fire control techn cian third class, USN, son of Mrs H. B. Clark of 567 Patterson AVI nue, Cumberland, MH., and nil: band of the former Miss Betty . Gilbert; of Detroit. . On completion of training th ships visited Lisbon, Portugal fo seven days liberty and recreatio for the crew.- Miller At Conservatory Emerson H. Miller, son of Mr and Mrs. Herman J. Miller, 21 Valley Street, is enrolled • as ; freshman at Shenandoah Conser vatory of Music. Miller is' a mem her of the band." Southern States CUMBERLAND COOPERATIVE 811 N. Mechanic St. Dial PA 2-5940 UP TO WITH YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR IN TRADE Yea, this week is the tune to get rid of your old refrigerator ... while this huge extra trade-in offer lasts. Come in or phone now. Worjd's First Air Conditioned •Refrigerator Here's that brand new' kind of refrigerator that's Air Conditioned to keep foods fresher. Completely automatic: Never needs defrosts ing. Huge 2.3 zero degree freezer. New Double Depth Dairy Bar. Yours tins week only on this special money-saving offer. YOURS ON CONVENIENT EASY TERMS STEINLA MOTORS CUMBERLAND, MD. child. Mary . Emerick was awarded a divorce from Ervin R. Emerick. William •- T. 'Lanam was granted a divorce from Mary North Mechanic Street. Lanam and she was given custody of their minor children. An equity suit was.-. filed... by Louden Bucklew against Virginia Bucklew. When the-Mayflower brought the Pilgrims to- America, there 'were 20 ships of that name under British registry. Fort Hill Has Enrollment Of 1,908} Sophs In Lead The Sophomore" ! Class leads classes : at 'Fort Hill 'High, School with 400 of the 1,908 total student enrollment.. „ : ••' • . The Senior Classes made up of 129 boys"and.l37 girls for a total of 266 potential graduates next June. Ministers, Wives Conduct Meeting, The.. Cumberland Sub-District Methodist:•ministers >and their In the Junior Class, there are 313 wives met • -Monday ' at Eckhart students of which 162 are boys'; and Methodist'Church, with Rev. W. H. Grose, host pastor, leading the devotional service. Mrs. A. C. Choin of the Methodist Publishing House and Walter .Seaman of the visual aids grades. The Seventh department pupils including 97 girls. Grade has" 193 boys and 96 The Eighth Grade, records show, includes isi.boys and 175 girls for a class total of 356. The Ninth Grade is comprised of 204 boys and 175 girls for a total enrollment of 379. . •'-. Assuming all students remain in school and all -m&ke 'passing the graduating classes of 1957 'and 1958 will be the largest in the school's'history, faculty members noted. Three Divorce: Decrees Issued In Court Here , Three .divorce decrees . have been issued in Circuit,Court. ' Samuel E: Horst Jr., obtained divorce from "Carolyn S. Horst and she obtained custody of. their minor ED 1,'New Paris, Pa., and Vir- Marriage Licenses Harold Raymond Hplderbauni, ginia Irene Koch, Emmaus. Pa. Richard Charles '. Weber, Frostburg, and Basil Joana Liakos, 410 Amos Herman Murphy Jr., Flintstone, and Gladys Elizabeth Kemp, Ellersliei Freeman Presley '-Queer and Margaret'Aniia Queer, both 146 East Church Street, Somerset, Pa. Warren Harding ywas -the first U. S. President to speak uver the radio. - . • . of the Methodist charge of the Church were in order'of the day. Two new members attended the business session. They were Rev. Harry Hager of Central Methodist, and Rev. 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