Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 30
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THIRTY EVENING, TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Ttktr flUe Block" • * V . May Lose Its Reputation ,;' Baltimore Grand Jury Recommends '- Sweeping Reforms -BALTIMORE l/f) — "The Block," which for many years has been to Baltimore what Skipper Street has been to Antwerp and Via Roma to Naples, may soon lose its standing as one of the lewd and lusty nightspots of the world. 'That is, if the city's grand jury has anything to say about it. :: The grand jury yesterday produced a 4'^-page report of a study it has been making into conditions, in" the world-famous section ofj East Baltimore Street. j sAmong its recommendations wa that minimum standards of illumi nation be set up for the clubs. The purpose of semi-darkness, said the jury, is quite clear. A little more light, it opined, "will be a deter rent to immoral activities." It also suggested a web of rules and regulations to curtail the activity of "sitters." Sitters are those women who remain unattached un til you signify your interest in buy ing them a drink. Also, said the jury, all those em ployed in a place offering live en tertainment and serving liquor should be fingerprinted. Thus persons convicted of narcotics violations, carrying weapons, gambling or sex offenses could —- and should — be .barred from working in the nighteries. There should also be certain standards, said • the jurors, as to the amount of non-transparent clothing an-entertainer must wear. And there should be some kind of a barrier between the performers and the audience, and a rule against entertainers 'mixing with the customers, said the jury. Tax Collector Plans Sale Of Baseball Club • RICHMOND, Va. iff)—The federal tax collector will sell' assets of the Richmond Virginians baseball club of the Triple A International League at public auction here Nov. 14''. to satisfy a tax claim of $79,218.68. ; The sale will be held dt 2 p.m. on the Virginians' home grounds, Barker Field. The lax collector seized the club's assets Tuesday Because' Consolidated Enterprises, Inc., trading as the. Richmond Virginians and headed by Harry C. Seibold, failed to pay admissions takes for 1954 .and withholding and social security taxes for. 1954-55. "JUp for sale will be the club's franchise, 18 player contracts and miscellaneous equipment. The club will be sold to the highest bidder. "Only payment of- taxes by Consolidated before Nov. 14 could prevent the sale. .Meanwhile, a group of six prominent Richmond business leaders was making .plans to place a bid for the club and franchise. E. E. Haddock, Richmond city council man who headed the drive two years ago to get the franchise, said the group was not interested in buying the Virginians as a "blue chip investment. It is interested only in keeping Triple-A baseball in Richmond." Salisbury Pay Increase Seen • SALISBURY ffl — Mayor Rollie AV. Hastings .plans to ask a five per cent pay increase for all city employes. Col. Ernest L. McLendon, executive city secretary, said during preliminary studies of department budgets, "The mayor, in view of the fact that wages are up all over, has this (the increase) under consideration." Salisbury's municipal payroll for 125 employes is about $7,400 a week. A five per cent increase would cost about $20,000 more a New Navy Ship Placed In Water BALTIMORE Hfi - The "Suri- bachi," first of a new line of Navy ammunition ships, is in the water and ready for the final work which must be done on her before commissioning. • The new ship, officially known also as the AE21, was launched yesterday in ceremonies attended by high Army, Navy and Marine Crops officers at the nearby Bethlehem-Sparrows Point Shipyard. ! Mrs. Lemuel C. Shepherd Jr., wife of the Marine Corps commandant, christened her. The ship was named for the famous Iwo Jima peak which the Marines captured at a high cost in lives during World War II. Touro synagogue, built in 1763 at Newport, R.I., is the- oldest synagogue in America. ATTEND OIL FIRM SALES ;MEETING—Three officials of the American Oil Company are shown above as they attended a tri-state district, sales meeting of Amoco dealers and em- ployes here this week. Left to right are J. E. Miller, sales promotion .manager;..-J. P. Smith,, special representative, both of Baltimore; and J. J. Schmidt, Cumberland branch manager. Approximately 50 attended the meeting at .,the Fort Cumberland Hotel. • Your oroseopc year. Look' in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars, For Friday. November 4. l.*)55 MARCH 21 to APRTL 20 (Aries)—Think- carefully before taking oh debts, partnerships now-, A responsive .period for research, .study, improving present holdings. APHIL 21 .io MAY 20 (Taurus)—Durable, sound, matters relating, to home and business are first in favor on this not entirely easy day. Artistry and skill may not show immediate results but the.y will in time. MAY 21. to JUNE 21 (Gemini)-Money matters, household affairs, dealings in food will require clever management and prudence. The day can be productive for mechanical trades, handling tools, lumber; merchandising:' science. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Your attitude and approach can aid or hinder you now. Curtail expenditures. Day r avors practical activities, progressive methods. JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Your Sun and Neptune, in auspicious aspect, encourage familiar matters, personal interests, dealing with superiors, government officials: activities connected with water. Confidential work favored. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)—Heed advice to Aries and Gemini oday. Some tricky spots. Be on guard iut without anxiety, strain. Take time o study before acting. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra)—Similar aspects to Taurus and Cancer. A challenging day wherein astuteness, practicality and graciousncss will jc needed. But a good one at that! OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Mars' 'influence warns against los- ng good chances through nervous anxic .y or rushing to do too many things at one time. If up to your best you can iccomplish much, quietly. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius)—Jupiter's aspect suggests caution In spending, money matters on the whole. But familiar activities and 'going" businesses have fine Sun and Saturn vibrations. . . DECEMBER 23 lo JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—Control emotions and go about your work and other Interests in your usual capable manner, without fuss Di- strain. You'll gain. JANUARY 22 .to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—Today can be a generous one if you put forth intelligent, steady effort. But don't be daring'Just for the thrill of it. Be cautious in expenditures, sign- Ing contracts.- any papers. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —Idea producing stimulating Neptune rays should benefit .von now. Progress is. possible in worthwhile undertakings. Can tlon stressed If signing important documents. YOU BORN TODAY arc original in ideas, capable of keen analysis and good judgment; arc practical and determined. You mav be susceptible to flattery, at times pe'rmit others to sway your opinions. Strictly avoid those who may cause you to lose your sense of true values, high principles. You are fond of travel love the outdoors, sports. You may tend to delay doing things until the last mo mcnt. knowing you can come through at that moment and in emergencies. BUT this, if a habit. Is harmful to health disposition, to family Happiness. Birthdate: Guldo Reni, Ital. painter; Wil' I Rogers, Amer. humorist. Copyright. 1055, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Familiar Sight WAPAKONETA, Ohio MPi - Retired candy slore owner John Graelz, 89, has resided for forty years in (he same .hotel at nearby St. Marys. Advancing years have forced one change in Graelz' familiar trips though Hie hotel. He now walks up one'flight to his second floor room. In his younger days, he had a longer walk lo his third floor room. Says Job 'Nat Hard AP Ncwsfcalurcs WENONA. 111. — Women have been proclaiming their ability to do anything men can since long before suffrage was granted them in 1920. And a bit of substance has been added to the boast by a young mother whose occupation is ... a grave digger. Mrs. Edward Bartclt. 27, jani- trcss at St. Mary's school here, recently assumed the job of grave digger at St. Mary's cemetery. *"'It shocked some of the men at first," says Mrs. Bartclt, "but 'they've gotten used to it by now. Tlic work itself isn't too hard. "''••''When 1 get to the clay, which is about six feel down, I wait until 'my husband comes home to finish tlie job!" ' n Mr. Barlclt is a truck driver for aicookic factory. When he is hopic. • he helps his wife in her work. They • have two small children, Edward "Aiid Barbara. iln addition lo digging graves at r the ! cemetery, Mrs. Bartclt also ..has the task of filling Ihc cxcava -tions after a burial and keeping the .grounds in order. '-liMrs. Bartclt said her grave dig- ,ging assignments arc not too siren- nous, for they usually do not come f6o close together. At one lime, .tmwever, she had three graves to 5|]£ in one week. H!,''lt'i Still'hard for some men, ... because it would wake you a Schenley your brand. 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I especially strangers, to get used to the idea," Mrs. BnrleU observed. "Last, week, a man came up to me ai the cemetery and told "ie he was looking for the grave dig-i gcr lo pay HIM for a job. l "He asked me where he could) find him. When I told him I was the grave digger, he walked away, a liltlc unsure of himself, and nsk- ed Ihc pricsl. He still didn'l seem completely positive when he paid me," i That's right a fine, innerspring mattress at only $24.95. A mattress value that you'll'-find only at Bernstein's . . . because "L.B." buys in carload lots, thus getting the manufacturer's lowest price . . . then, passing that low price directly to you. Stop in, see our tremendous selection of mattresses, starting at this low $24.95 price. There's a size, style and the particular quality you have in mind at Bernstein's, NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH AN "LB" CHARGE ACCOUNT . . . AND WILL BE WISE IF YOU START YOUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY NOW AT . .... LBSRNJTCIN 9-IIN.C€NTR£ S

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