Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 1, 1955 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 1, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1955 ELEVEN Plans for speeding construction of a new bridge across the Potomac River at Wiley Ford will be aired at a meeting with the State Roads Commission next week, State Senator Charles M. See said yesterday. • • • The conference, Ssked by the South Cumberland Business Men's Association and arranged by Senator See, will be held Wednesday, November 9, at 10:30 a.m. in the Stale Roads Commission office in Baltimore. The delegation will include Nelson W. Russler, president 'of the association; Glenn Morris, legislative chairman: Arthur Weber, of UNIVERSAL GAS DRYER the South Cumberland Planing Mill: Harry E. Shobe, gasoline distributor and service station operator, -and Senator See. The purpose of the meeting. Senator See said, is to urge action toward the construction of a new Wiley Ford Bridge. The span, he said, is essential to the present and future of the City of'Cumberland. A modem bridge, to replace the 1908 structure, partly rebuilt after section was taken out by the 1936 flood, would provide, the Senator said, an adequate connection with W. Va. Route 28, which in ;urn gives access to U. S. Routes. 50 and 220 and on the Maryland side, with, Maryland 51 and U. S, Gives You Sunshine Fresh-Drying Every Wash day ... u_ regardless of the weather outside 4199-95 Free Customer Forking Just Above Our Virginia Ave. Store 40 without adding to downtown traffic congestion. Since the posted weight limit 'on :he bridge is 20,000 pounds—less than that of a tractor-trailer rig— a . number of business establishments- in South Cumberland cannot use the obsolete span and must pass over heavily traveled streets LO get to the Cumberland-Ridgeley Bridge at Riverside Park. The old bridge, Senator See said, is presently used by 3,099" Vehicles NEW STORE HOURS Mon. thru Friday 9 A. M. to 8 P. M.—Sat. to 6 P. M. Cumberland Electric Co. Virginia Ave. at Second 11 South Liberty St. Phone PA 2-6191 Phone PA 2-6862 Plans for the bridge, he added, call for the abandonment of the present site in favor of a site in a direct line with Virginia Avenue. Senator See said the Mayor and Council have indicated they will cooperate in the plan, which would require the construction of an approach roadl He said the bridge is not included in the' SRC's 12-year plan and would require that additional funds be authorized by . the General Assembly. TOKYO «V-The U. S. Army will! release nine downtown Tokyo facilities to the Japanese government by next spring.. They are the old Kaijo. Yaesu and Yuraku hotels, the Finance building, Mitsubishi Main, Mitsubishi Naka 15 and the Peers Club Annex. Grey Fox Crashes Through Window A grey fox. believed to be rabid, jumped through a kitchen window ot an Oldtown home Jast night as the family was eating supper. The ainimal scurried into the cellar and was later captured. • Charles W. Welsh, city humane officer, said he was called to the home of Edward Shryock where Lhe fox got into the house. Welsh entered the cellar,.cornered the anirhal, and captured' it. He said he will keep th fox penned lip for a few weeks in order to fnid out if it is rabid. No one was bitten by the fox after it entered.the Shryock household in such an unorthodox manner. Construction Of New Wiley Ford Span To Be Urged At November 9 Meeting Girl Scout Troop Has Investiture Ceremony Girl Scout Troop 23 sponsored by the Women's Association of First Presbyterian Church held its first investiture ceremony recently. Invested were Ann Avirett, Margaret Cook, Margaret Ellen Miller, Bonnie Nesbitt, Kathleen Renz. Shirley Roberson and Beverly Wh- gand. Mrs. William Courtney, troop leader, conducted the candlelight ceremony with the assistants, Mrs. COUNCIL BLUFFS. Iowa construction was started on its new building here. The company distributed small cards certifying that the. bearer "has been duly elected to an exclusive charter membership in the Council Bluffs chapter of the Society of Sidewalk Engineers and Ann Bolt, Miss Ann Hershberger and Mrs, Agnes Wooters participating. Mothers of the girls presented them the Girl Scout emblem. Scouts who represented laws in the ceremony were Diane Hill, Karen Holbrook. Linda Pariser, Sally Avirett, Mary Alice Dean. Carol Wooters, Jean Tucker, • Christina Mutchner, Mary Edwina the!Nix and Barbara Fink. ' Savings And Loan Finn Ready For Helping Hands _JBurglars Help Solve The First Federal Savings and!Junking Of Old Safe Loan Assn. was ready for the in-j evitable crowd that gathered whenj JEFFERSTOWN, Ky. tF) — Toj the thieves who lugged away the big safe at the Jefferstown Pharmacy, the owners would like to say "thanks." The safe hadn't been used for years. It was empty. And the owners-had been wondering how to get rid of it. They needed the floor WITH THE.NEW 1-OZ. HEARING AID Superintendents of America." jspace. by SONOTONE Fort Cumberland Hotel Wednesday, Nov. 2-10 A. M. to 9 P. M. Come In For A Free Demonstration Consultant Roy B. Furr Legion Meets Tonight A meeting of Knobley Mountain Post 136, American Legion, will be held today at 8 p. m. each day, according to a traffic count made by the Cumberland Police Department. Senator Ralph Bean, Moorefield, president of the West Virginia Senate, is being kept informed on Maryland's plans, Senator- See said; Senator See yesterday forwarded a copy of the traffic count to Senator Bean, and asked the West Virginia legislator if it would be possible to get a bill through the next session of the W. Va. Legislature to provide funds for the work. He said Russell H. McCain, SRC chairman, stated in a recent communication that West Virginia does not have the money to pay its share of the proposed bridge. 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