Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 2, 1955
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r ROSTB i IM; - K E Y * E K And Tri-State Area News (9) Evening Times, Wednesday, November 2, 1955 Poultry Firm, Union Contract Will Set Pattern In Industry Annual School Carmval Set WASHINGTON tfl — A union leader said yesterday workers at six poultry cooperative plants in Virginia and 'West Virginia have won one of the first guaranteed : .1|vork weeks in the poultry in- s iduslry. Al Gray, secretary-treasurer of Local 393, Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen (AFL) said striking workers of the Rockingham Poultry Cooperative plants won a settlement pf-oviding a 32- hour guaranteed work week. The settlement provided, he said, a 14- cent-an-hour 'wage increase, and improvements in a hospitalization • system. The union said the 32-hour guaranteed work week would be de marided in contract talks with poultry processors throughout the nation. • Earl W. Jimerson, international president, 'said negotiations with Swift & Co., and processors in-the Del-Mar-Va Peninsula are under way. . The struck Rockingham plants are at Timberville, Winchester, and Richmond,^ Va., and Moorefield, W. Va. Workers stayed on the job, in • accordance with union orders, at two other plants at Alma and Stuart's Draft, Va. Gray, said in the union announcement that all of the 900 Rockingham employes would be back at work by Nov. 7. Workers at the Timberville plant began work this morning. Dates for return to work at the three other struck plants are yet to be set. . The workers walked out on Sept. 12, .14 and 19. The new contract' will run until Oct. 1, 1956. Bazar Scheduled By WSG'S Group KEYSER—The' WSCS of. First Methodist- Church has. announced that a Christmas bazar will be held tomorrow, Friday and Saturday in the Sunday School room of 'the church, beginning at 10 a. m. each day. There will be a flower arrangement and country store booth featured. A public turkey supper will be served tomorrow from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. in the church dining room. October Report Lists Activities Of Romney Unit R 0 M N E Y — Sgt. Robert'-. E. Schnell, commander of the local State Police Detachment, has re- eased ihat group's October acti- •Jties report. - ..; : The three men in the unit investigated 12 accidents. Eight persons were injured in five of the mishaps, while the remaining five accidents were .in the ."property damage, only" : category.. Sheriff J/ M:' -Buckbee investigated; one accident, bringing the county total to 13. Eleven motor- vehicle inspection stations were checked, 21 warning ickets issued and four revocation orders served. Arrests recorded showed two r elonies, 23 road law violations and en other misdemeanors. Broken down into man-hours, 28 were spent, in giving operator icense examinations, 126 in the office, 344 in road patrol, 25 in criminal investigation, 24 in weight aw enforcement, one in school bus inspection, 24 in court, four in escort duty, six in duty at athletic contests, three in transporting prisoners, and 156, miscellaneous, of which approximately 120 hours were spent on strike duty at Moorefield. PTA Unit To Meet KEYSER—The Keyser Parent- Teacher Association council will be held Friday at 7:30 p. m., in . the office of the principal of Key- .,«er High School. All officers and Xssommittee 'chairmen are to attend. - . .,,., NOTICE TO BIDDERS Proposals will be received by the Mayor and City Council at the Office of the City Clerk, City Hall. Cumberland Maryland, until, but.not after November 7, 1955, at 10:00 A. M.. E.S.T. at ten o'clock on said date they will be publicly opened and read by said City Clerk in said City Hall. Proposals must be sub• mittcd in duplicate in a sealed envelope endorsed: "Proposal for unloading approximately 27,000 lineal feet of 18" Spiral Welded Steel Pipe from cars o! the B. i- O. Railroad at the Polling Mill yard of the B. fc O. Railroad Company, Cumberland. Maryland, and placing the pipe upon dunnage furnished by the Con tractor and upon padding furnished by the City and salvaged from the loadec railway-cars." (The pipe is to be handlec by belt slings, not by chain, rope or steer cable.) The pipe is to be stacked in five tiers of five pipes, four pipes, three pipes, two pipes and one pfpe in pyramidal piles. A fifty (30) foot secUon of pipe weighs ap proximately 2,200 pounds. The sections will vary in length with a maximum of fifty (50) feet. There will be approximately twenty three 50' sections per carload. The ship ments will extend over a period of ap proximately three weeks. There will be between twenty-three and twenty-six car loads. There will be two slings to each fifty foot section. The spreader separating the sllngi must be not less than ten (10) feel lonf. . Wm. J. Edwards Commissioner of Water & Electric Light Adv. N—T Nov. 2-3 Display Classified 1 -VISIT LOANS PtMMte — Uun come to for C*tk. (H »o $2SO«»we. on fimfare, or Mr. FINANCE CO. LIBERTY TRUST CO. »UX5 CUMIE8LAND FA-J-87J1 WHITACRE'S CUMRCELAND MAITAO STOP " DON'T LOOK ANT FURTHER FOR WINDOW NEEDS Venetian Blinds cuttom matU, el«ontd—rtpair«J Awnings JAJCO Storm Doors & Windows Draperies & Drapery Rods JOHN E. SHARP & CO. 401 N. Mechanic Ph. PA 2-7620 Program Of Club. To Feature Talk On Library Work PIEDMONT—Mrs. Paul McCoy, Westernport, will be the principal speaker at a meeting of the Piedmont Woman's Club tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the Piedmont Library. The program will be on ths "Book. .of. the Month." Mrs. McCoy is librarian of Bruce High School, Westernport, and chairman of the library committee of the Westernport and Luke Civic Club, which sponsors the Westernport abrary. Mrs. Lois Bell, chairman of the Piedmont Library committee will sresent a report, and a history of ;he library will be given. The Presbyterian Choir, /directed by Mrs. Donald McCoy, will present several selections. Mrs. Martin Weakley, Mrs. Charles Eizer, Mrs. Dent Davis Mrs. Harry Baker ' and Mrs. Joseph Maybury will be hostesses Hyndman HYNDMAN —'The mobile X-ray unit will be at the Community Cen ter tomorrow from 1 to 6 p. m Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Burketl spent the weekend in Hagerstown Md. Misses Elsie and Margaret Frost Gloversville.N. Y., recently visit ed Mn and Mrs. Nicholas Burkett Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clem, Ever ett,. visited • Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Evans. The Hyndman Rod and Gun Club will show a film on wild life to morrow at 8 p. m. at the Commun ity Center. There will be a speak er from the State- Game Commis sion and no admission will be charged. The Senior Class of Hyndman Londonderry High School will pre sent a play, "Crazy but Cute," to morrow and Friday in the schoo auditorium at 8 p. m. Mrs. Edward Osterland, New York City, is visiting Mrs. Nancj Allan. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans and family, Cleveland, spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Mam Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and family, Pittsburgh, spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs John Corley. Mrs. Marcelle Reckley recentlj visited her mother, Mrs. Bess Har den." Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Leydig an family have moved from Waynes boro into' the apartment of Dr and Mrs. David T. Rees. Mary Banta, who has been re siding wtih her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, ha gone to live with her father, Edwin , Banta, Philadelphia. Connie Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller, visited in Brownsville. Irene Shaffer, Janice Shaffer, Brony'a Holtz, Kay Mangue, Ruth Aberle and Fred Willison, all of Washington, visited their respective homes. Judy Bowers, John Keller, Frank Berkheimer, Charles Close and Kendall Bowers, students of Pennsylvania State University, spent the weekend with their parents. The Great Divide is just another name for the Rocky Mountain watershed. ELK .GARDEN --.The annual chool carnival' will be'held in the Elk Garden High_ 'gymnasium Friday, beginning at' 7:30'.p..m, : Sponsored by .the'school faculty, vith the -help of the PTA; proceeds vill benefit the school shop arid!! also for purchasing blackout cur- :ains-.for..the gymnasium. ' .' Decorations will ; be' in fkeeping vith the fall season. The chairman n' ch'arge'i: Miss, Lucy; Colabrese, s being assisted V. by. Paul Kal- )augh;;-Mrs. Faye-:"Deshobg and) ' '' "' . . . Prizes' to be awarded-' include a 3icycle;and Indian r blanket. -.:' "Attractions ' will include "games of. skill, prizes arid novelties of all <inds, movies, fun house, grab bag, cakewalks, and refreshments prepared by the PTA. New Cojnmittees Appointed By Davis PTA Head DAVIS — Committees for -the school year have been appointed )y William Miller, president of the Parent - Teacher Association of Davis /School. They include: Mr. and Mrs. Olin Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Vkgil Wolford, Mr. and Mrs. George Sponaugle and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Crossland, ways and means. Mrs. Millard Golightly, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walters -'and Mr. and Mrs. Jean Golightly.'-'standing. Mrs. : Lloyd Poling, Mrs. Albert Bergstrom and Sam Zalatoris, program; Mr. and 'Mrs. Richard friend, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Good, IHr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest Quattro, hospitality, and Miss Mildred Ehelman and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cook, publicity.. • , Miller also • announced ; that the annual membership' 'drive will continue through November. The Second Grade won the at :endance banner for having the most parents present.' Receipts Reported KEYSER—Parking meter receipts for the week ending last Saturday amounted to $307.74, according 'to City Clerk "Carl F. Theis Jr. He added that-the receipts for the previous week were $288.27. The treasurer of the United States is appointed by the president and his appointment is con firmed by'the Senate. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Proposals will be received by the May or and City Council at the office o£ the City Clerk, City Hall, Cumberland. Mary land, until but not after November 14 1955. at 10:00 A. M., E.S.T. At 10:0( o'clock on said dale they will be publiclj opened and -read by the City Clerk in said City Hall. Proposal must be submitted in duplicate in a scaled envelope endorsed "Proposal for PaintinK, Clean- Ing arid Repairing Three City Water Tanks at Fort Hill. Ridgedale Reservoir and Braddock Road." If mailed, it must be enclosed in an outer sealed envelope addressed to- City Clerk, City Hall, Cumberland, Maryland.- Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond in the amount of Five Hundred Dollars. CS500.00). The work includes cleaning, repairing and painting the interiors and exteriors, including supporting structures of two elevated tanks and one stand pipe. Specifications and proposal forms may be obtained in the office of the City Engineer, City Hall, Cumberland, Maryland. -' The Commission will reserve the right to waive any formalities" and to reject any or all bids, and to accept any proposal which in their judgement U -to the best interests of the City. A performance bond in the full amount of the accepted bid will be required of the successful bidder. William J. Edwards Commissioner of Water & Electric Light Adv. Nov. T-2—N-3. For Rent: 2 room furnished house with bath, 126 Walnut Street. Frostburg. : Adv. Nov. N-T. 1-2-3 ftOOl KAKES FOR LAND For Sale: 4-5 room Ward's Oil Heater. 32.COO BTU. Cheap. Phone Frostburg 856-W-12. Adv. Nov. N-T. 1-2-3 — 7rtf»cfc/i»t — » Art tiuift* T» 0* r«w With 200 Htcti <* f««>M«f Crviw* Mtktt U«*f«, ft Tfvcv^ WK> TOfJOn mi WOUND fOAD MATtMM C«fitr«ctinf, ;lnc. -HILL TOP INN— SM Ttl«vlii»n At In kit For tht Btst of FOOD bring th« family to HILL TOP ROUTI 40 » Miltt W«l* »f Fr»»rfc»rt ARCHERS Bow and arrow hunting jeaton it. ntarly her«. Se» Grayion'i k*y»r far a complete stock of i pliti. Ftoturinj all popular makes ( of •quipment. Your Bow and( Arrows matchtd to suit your ft-1 qvlrtmint*. GRAYSON'S 2 Piedmont Street Keyier, W. Va. 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