Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 22
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 22

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 28, 1955
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TWENTY-TWO KVKN1NG T1MKS, CtJiWiiiiiLANl), MU., •I'KIUAY, OCTOBER 28; 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for Butler Sees Income Jax Cut In Year Sciuilor Says Across Hoiinl Slash Will Not , Be .Political Expediency HAGERSTOWN Hi - Senator Bullcr (R-Md) predicts Congress will approve across-the-board cuts in individual income taxes next year, possibly "as much as 10 per cent." The reductions "will not come as a product ot political expediency," he said in a speech for the Maryland Real Estate Assn. here last night. "It will come because of the sound fiscal policies which first of all dictate a highly, solvent nation and second the sharing of government savings with the taxpayers," Butler said. . Butler forecast the tax cut after saying the government's financial picture was "bright." . "I am encouraged to believe that next year we will see an even brighter picture which will enable us to again lighten the burden on our millions of taxpayers,"' he said. "I foresee another across-'.he board individual income lax reduction, of as much as 10 per cent 5Q,OOOth Vfriiior Diic; State House GiftsWaiting For Tourist ANNAPOLIS.'»>' — Some visitor to Maryland's historic Slate' House other"535,000 would' be-added to) will be swamped with gifts within the reserve fund after bookkeeping the next couple of weeks. He'll be the 59,000lh. tourist see the structure housing the scat 1 8W to'spbtid $486,986 'por montli. ol Maryland government, and the The law permits the''department TRIPLETS TO t.OSK TONSILS—Philadelphia's A-B-C triplets, so-called because their names start with those letters, are examined by Dr. Robert Gillon in Metropolitan Hospital in pre- paration for losing their tonsils'. The- youngsters, left to right, are Alice, Bruce and Carol Dundon. Alice opens her mouth wide while the other two five-year olds wait. (AP Photofai) Jury Decides In Road Case BALTIMORE Wl federal court jury as awarded Maryland's State Roads Commission $115,465 from the government for a part of Maryland 73 running through Camp Detrick just northeast of Frederick. The award was announced after K three-day court case in which the government said it felt $93,510 was enough for the road and the roods commission contended it should get $208,480. The government said its offer groups, would have been enough lo build a substitute road around the highly classified Army installation. HAGERSTOWN WI-The Alsalia Mummers parade, organized a third ot a century ago in hopes of preventing Halloween mischief, will be held tomorrow night for the 31st lime. Whether it prevents mischief now is problematical," said Raymond Dinlerman, general chairman. "But now we have Ihe annual parade OP oiir hands." At an opening, ceremony Miss Sharon Ritchie — "Miss America of 1956" — will be crowned "Queen of the Mummers." Then she will lead the parade of more than 5,000 from Public Square over a two- mile route through Ihe cily. Dinterman said the participants will come from more than 14 cities in four states and will include at The commission had -sought enough lo improve also an extension of Fourth Slreet out o[ Frederick so it could handle the resulting additional traffic. It said this traffic — up to 1,000 vehicles a day — would be unable to use the Seventh Street extension after Maryland 73 was closed off. Named For Duke Cumberland Gap was discovered April 13, 1750, by Dr. -Thomas Walker, who ndmed it for the Duke of Cumberland, son of George II. It was about 20 years later that Daniel Boone first passed through the gap into Kentucky, marking out the'Wilderness Road, over which numberless pioneers followed him into the west. During 1954, U. S. steelmakers used over 521,000 .tons, of metalic manganese, most of it imported. Hagerstown Mummers' Parade Set Tomorrow least 30 bands and other musical Emphasis is being placed on the Blue Bridge To Be Used On Flood Job The old Blue Bridge- across the Potomac River between Cumber land arid Ridgeley will be used'to liaul fili material from the Wesi Virginia side to the .site of th< West Side levee. No traffic has been allowed on Ihe old bridge since it .was official ly closed Tuesday. C. R. Nuzurn city engineer,-said the contractoi has-notified the Corps of Arms Engineers that, use of the old bridge will eliminate interferenc< with IraKic on the new bridge. Thi Army engineers have jurisdictior over the old bridge which is sche duled to be torn down later. " participation of mummers — men, and children , dressed comic, unusual or weird costumes. There also will be floats arid giant balloons. Some 75,000 people are expected lo see'the parade, Dinterman said . The parade . annually costs the Alsatia Club, a' men's social club, about $15,000 to produce. The money includes 54.400 in cash prizes. The club collects the funds from individuals, business and industrial firms and cash donations from the city and county treasuries. Dinterman said the Alsatians, who will be busy manning the parade Saturday night, will have-a gathering of their own tonight. Members and their wives will gather at a reception for -Miss Ritchie, due lo arrive this after- Experts say il is often unwise Vo accept tlie results of an intelligence lest as the sole proof of a child's mental deficiency. Struck By Train, Boy, 2, Critical BALTIMORE Wl — A' 2-year;oli boy struck by a Western Marylam Railway freight train was reportei in critical condition today at Uni versity Hospital.. James Crcss.^ the victim, taken to the hospital after being struck yesterday by the train nea !n's home north of Westminster Md. , Doctors reported lie suffered five 'ractures of the head and fractures of both amis. Gels-Building Permit A permit lo erect a one-story trick dwelling on Lots 13 and 14 Block 9 of Hill Top Drive wa! obtained yesterday by Robert G Morgan. The structure will be 45 >y 27-feet.and will cost approximately $10,000. "Steam Heat' Puts Sizzle Into Winter! Clever idea for winter warmth . . . clever for Christmas giving. Gay radiator printed flannels . by Weldon 'warm-you-up . just By looking al them. Choice of pajamas or nightshirt. San- forized, of course! PAJAMA or MIGHT SHIRT '5.00 Night-Cap . .... ?1.25 Footwarmers .... *1«00 SATURDAY LAST DAY TO SAVE ON OUR ... MONTH-END SPECIALS TOPCOATS • SPORT COATS • SLACKS . JACKETS An average of 19 million bank leeks' are written daily in the nited States, with an average ice value of $300.per check. prizes will include a free weekend at a Ideal hotel, a clock-radio given by the Afaryland travel Council, plus other gifts from Annapolis merchants. There also will • be a personal greeting and citation from Gov. McKeldin. The Department of Information been visited by nearly five times as many this year as in 1950. Ancient Dentists Crude-dentistry was practiced in ancient Egypt and .Greece. Spe'ci; Welfare Costs Below Periiiittea Mirk -.'..-• : .. • • , .. . • .''<;.. > '''.'!'•'•''''. BALTIMORE l/ti-Wclfaro-spend- 000 will be available each month on if relief spending.g'oes.sbeyond. . •, .. .,. ., .,-.!._„ -it. _ :. i._:>- '• „ :„ M«.,«. M U/I>. regular montnlv QUOl&S. . . -, •.''. ing In Maryland during .the quarter Including July, . August and beginning in November. The General Assembly has also WO the denartment may fall back however. September was $l03,47i below the set up an emergency fund of $500,- pormissablc level,, it was : ah-— "' ' —• '-" '-"'' nounce'd yesterday. Department Director Thomas J. Waxier said he expected'an regular monthly quotas.'. The Board, of Public jWprks must okay any emergency spending, for' October has been completed. The Department is. allowed by to prorate its unspent funds so thai if October spending runs as expected a total of more than $304,. Reservoir Tail' The thick,'ungainly lair of the Gila monster acts as a food reservoir, storing up nourishment for says the State ; already has the reptile, to be used during times when forage is scarce. Good-.Will Voyage' President Theodore Roosevelt,-in 1907, sent the American" battleship mens of false.'teeth have been fleet of 16 ships ori'a-good-will voy- found in the' jaws of Egyptian hiummies, dating back centuries before Christ. age around .The ships were commanded by Admiral Robley D. Evans. ' ' SICK ROOM NEEDS in stock • Child's and Adult Bed Pant Wheel Chain • Back Reits • Bed Trayi. I • Crutches I • Canei • Invalid Walkers • Invalid Cushions add them to Tour First National Charge Account LICHTENSTEINS ... Medical Arts Pharmacy Samuel Wertheimer 33 NORTH LIBERTY STREET "Cumberland's Oldest Pharmacy" . : . 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