Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 2, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for m WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1955 SEVEN, Council To Act On Pipe Unloading, Storage Bids Bids will be opened Monday by the Mayor and Council for ..unloading and. storing of pipe to be used in laying the water line to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company's plant at North Branch." The bids will'be received. until 10 a. m., when they will be opened FUNERAL FLOWERS Our $r Afl *"! OlUU Ba,k.l al BOPP'S FLOWERS If N. liberty St: Ph PA-2-4330 by the Mayor and Council during the regular council meeting. The job will include the unloading of some 27,000 feet of 18-inch spiral welded steel pipe from railroad cars at the rolling mill yard of the B & 0 Railroad here. '• Shipments of the pipe and fittings is expected over a period of three weeks, according to Water Commissioner William J. Edwards. Commissioner Edwards is also advertising for bids by November 14 at 10 a. m. for reconditioning and painting the Fort Hill, Braddock and Hidgedale water reservoirs. . ' •.•'•'.'•• The flying foxes of New'Guinea are the world's largest flying mammals, says the National Geographic Society. • \- -.-• Less than 2:T>er cent of the babies born in Sweden in 1954 died during their first year. NEW BLUE DETERGENT Silver Dust %8a mi gfe?r PVJV -.-.'v.'J,<&:v' bii--i -'j.' , worth op to ^EV' • -V ii • r: f s^ii*'. "ffl C.OfC.Wm AidWorkers Find Housing A housing information file will be established by the Chamber, of Commerce to help executives of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company's North'Branch plant to find suitable housing. Anthony Saeli, manager,-said the Chamber will compile the information to help ease the burden of finding accommodations for the some 85 executives who will come here to operate the company's works. Those who have apartmen f - or houses for rent or for sale were asked to communicate with the Chamber,' giving full 'details. Many of the plant officials, he said, will want to rent homes or apartments.for awhile before making a decision leading to the purchase or construction of a home. It will ease the; burden, Saeli said, if a available, listing the number of.rpoms in the home or apartment. Several of the PPG executives, he said, are already looking for a home and others will be in the market for rental accomodations as they are assigned to: the North Branch plant during the next year. State Workers To Hear Davis The dinner meeting[Friday at 7 p. m. at Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club of members of the Maryland Employees Classified .Association will be featured by an address by Russell S. Davis; state commis sioner of personnel. A member of • Gov.. McKeldin's advisory council, Davis is responsible for the administration of the state's merit law. . His department, is the service agency through which all agencies in Maryland procure their classi fied employes. At least 100 state workers in various agencies in AUegany and Garrett counties are expected to attend the meeting sponsored by the Maryland Classified Employees Association. In awry rf.f ••7r^«' No bluing needed-it's a complete all-purpose detergent! It'* today'* most modern blue • detergent—the only one with a Cannon Face Cloth inside! New Blue Detergent Silver Dust washes clothes whiter, brighter than new—even in hardest water. Speeds dishwashing. Get large sire New Blue Detergent Silver Dust—with the lovely pastel-colored Cannon Face Cloth inside! Cannon Dish Towel Inside Every Giant Economy Size! The Modern Blue Detergent for Laundry and Dishes bH. IIIIH Costume Party Winners Named , Prize winners for the costume party held 'Monday night at Calvary Methodist Church in Ridgeley have been announced. Mary Jane Edenhart., "won the prize for. the prettiest "costume in the 2-5 age group: ..Billy Lindsay, ugliest; Larry McBride, most original, and Maeda Jewell, funniest, i Judy Rhodes, funniest in the 6-7 age group; Robert Myers, ugliest; Donald Hall,, most original, and Becky Collins, funniest. Diane Dawson,. prettiest, 8-9 age group; Linda Mulligan, ugliest; Linda Hostettler, original, and Larry Baker, .-funniest. -Larry, a polio victim, • appeared on braces to show his; "Howdy Doody" costume. Judges for the event, sponsored by the Sunday School, were Mildred Ott and Charles and Earl McFarland. Two Persons Hurt In Auto Accident Two persons suffered minor injuries in a two car collision yesterday at the intersection of Race and Second Streets. City Police said one of -the drivers. James E. Kelley, 44, of 502 Baltimore Avenue, was taken to Memorial. Hospital for treatment of head and eye injuries. 'Rita Rose, 2i; Williams Road, a passenger in one : of> the cars, complained of a" head injury'but went on to work, police" said.'The mishap occurred at 11:30 a. m. as Vernon W; Wilsotf 20, of- 217 Pear Street, was traveling east on Second Street and hit the car driven by Kelley at the intersection "f Race Street. . • . . A total, of approximately $275 damages was caused to'both cars, according to Officer Carl Stouffer, Vandals Damage Airport, Parkview School Property Damage to buildings and lighting at the Municipal Airport and also to winodws at the new $400,000 Parkside School in LaVale was perpetrated by vandals over the Halloween season. A spokesman said every %vindow light hi the generating building above the airport was broken out by large stones, which also were used to batter the door to the structure. The stones thrown through windows of one room shattered a number of globes and light shades, stored for use on the runways of the airport. Damage to the building and its AFL Union To Meet Charles Cross, business agent of Local 489, Plumbers and Steamfit- ters Union CAFL', said a meeting of the local will be held Friday at 8 p. m. who investigated. No arrests were made. contents was estimated at about $100. Four arc lights on the road leading to the airport were also put out of commission by stones thrown during the Halloween expedition. West Virginia authorities have been asked to investigate the incident, the latest in a series of depredations at the airport located in nearby West Virginia.' Superintendent of Schools Ralph R. Webster reported that vandals caused considerable damage to Parksile School Monday night. Four panes of glass were broken, all of the windows were soaped up and a large stone was smashed into one of the glass bricks. It was reported that school officials have a "good lead" as to the boys who perpetrated the van- dalism. 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