Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA-2-4600 .for -» WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD* TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 FIVE Polio Vaccine Program Starts .y.Jhc program."• of : Salk polio vac- piiK-' .inoculations that. began last Spring was resumed yesterday, for Second and Third graders, according"to Dr. Winter R. Frantz/ Allegany County health officer. ; : He said reports indicated ..the work progressed faster than expected, adding that 292 chUdren from Luke, Hammond Street and St v Peter's Parochial School received shots : at Westernport yesterday, •" • •. HkOther shots were given in Frost- '•'•fxg to students,from Hill Street and, the College Laboratory School. Scheduled to get second shots are some 3,600 school children who received first shots in the spring from vaccine supplied by the National Polio Foundation. 'India produces moire than one- half billion pounds of'tea a year. Your Horoscope Look In th« section In which your birth day comes, and find what your outlook is, according'to the stars, . FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1955 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—Start the day with the will and the RIGHT kind of ambition to do well, and you will. Don't mind others' criticisms: keep iltaK and go FORWARD. APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus)—Nervous energy should be properly controlled Some' o£ our brightest people have i but many born under this Sign forget that- it can be put to work in very use ful channels instead o£ wasted. MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—If you tie up with the anxious type of asso elates you may find yourself hurrying around too much for your own good Use your fine intuition and judgment Heed wise counsel, also, but don't be hasty. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—A much better day than you may suppose at first. Give credit wherever you can, others will cooperate more willingly. JULY 24 to AUGUST 22' (Leo)—Your Sun's configurations today can be use< to great advantage—depending upon now promptly you' tafce care of matters how agreeably you go about duties. AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)—The planet Mercury in you: a ^r~ bill adds ... Auto Personal Accident fo your liability policy IF YOUR CAR IS INSURED '•:" BY CONLON Get details of this new service for insured with the service-minded agency • ' • .' V > ••'•''. ' ' •• ••• ' ' •"•' ": ; A LOT of Protection For LITTLE Cost; $5,000 to $10,000 Death Benefit $25 to $50 Weekly Income Total Disability Benefit 1 • .•' - ; •"-""-••' • ' . • ' • ". • .. • • ' '-• - • . : When d serious accident happens/your first. 1 -" : "' question wiil.be: "Have 1 The Best Protection" Call PA 4-6776 For Rate Folder ConIon Insurance Sign advise* two thing! now: Know factt before you begin new ventures and give wholehearted support to . worthwhile causes. You can achieve. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER S3 (Libra)—Don't seek to do more than is reasonable, and do not waste valuable time or assets on unworthy people or affairs. Remember the high aims of your true, nature: seek, top goals. OCTOBER 24 iff NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Many people may offer suggestions. It doesn't hurt to listen, UP TO A CERTAIN POINT. One can become unduly confused, too. Beach your conclusions through unbiased reasoning. NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 12 (Sagittarius)—Avoid a tendency to irritation. Look the other way, with nothing to say. Do not waste time thinking of past errors and don't renew old dissensions. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—You may find competitors, associates on edge; be yourself, smile and don't let them "get you down. Use your' innate practicality; it will carry you over hurdles. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—It is belter to take your time and do things right than to be hasty and feel fatigued as a result. Don't let anyone drive you against your better judgment. Be calm within. FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —You may be able to accomplish even more than you yourself anticipated, but to do' well at all, you must put misgivings and doubt aside. YOU BORN TODAY: "Your" planet Mars indicates strong, success-making tendencies: inventiveness, ambition to achieve the worthwhile, arid the know- how' to cut:red tape and accomplish quickly. Mars, also warns against over- ambition, which so often is a character- istic'of the determined, eriergttic, bright individual. You require plenty of fresh air, rest, sleep and abstinence from worry. ' Management, investigation; coordination suit your talents. Music can lift you out of the humdrum and relieve anxiety. You enjoy children, can get along admirably with them and elderly folks. .Birthdate of: Mark Akenside, English poet. : There are three ' elementary schools, but no jails, on the 940,000- acre King Ranch in Texas. first choice with most Blood Donors Give 137 Pints InCumberland The Red Cross bloodmobile on its monthly visit to Cumberland yesterday at the Eagles home collected 137.pints of blood. * • A total of H2 person ; kept their scheduled appointments and there were 33 walk-ins. Eight volunteers had to be rejected because of colds or other disability. Eight persons gave blood for the first time. A total of 129 donors had supported the blood bank -with their blood on previous visits of the unit. Physicians oa duty yesterday were Dr. Royce Hodges and Dr. Richard Williams. One name was added to the two- Gallon Club, when Robert V.. Snowden, 424 Central Avenue, gave his 16th pint of blood. ; Seventeen persons gave their eightth pint each to become members of the Red Cross Gallon Club. They include, George E. Rowe, 406 Chestnut Street; Harry Hartman Jr., Braddock Hoad: Mrs. C. T. Lindell, 613 Louisiana Avenpe; J. E. Luttrell, Klosterman's Addition; John -W. Rollins Jr., 72 Perching Street. Dr. A. G. Sandhoff, 1732 Frederick Street; Mrs. Cyrus Sturtz, Cresaptown; Mrs. Geneyieve Bartlett,210& Greene Street; Kenneth A. Wolf, Park Heights; J. A. Murrell, 816 Maplewood Lane; George Louis Baker. Jr., 601 Washington Street... : . , Edward Borgman," ^220 Paca Street; Dick Vandenberg, Cresaptown; Floyd A. Wertz, 616 Montreal Avenue; Mrs. Ralph Brotfr markle, .509 Dilly Street; J. F. Mull, 1215 Lexington Avenue, .and Marvin P.. Ross, : Wiley Ford. The blood bank mobile unit will be at the VFW Home in Lonacbn- ing today and at Grantsville tomorrow. . . . . , .'-... ..... . . - First Shipment Of Pipe For Water Line To PPGC Plant Placed IhStorage Penguins, which behave much like people, biologically are-a very primitive form/of bird. The first shipment of steel pipe 'or the water line to the North; Branch plant of Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company was placed in storage today by the S. T. Brotemarkle Construction Company for the city. The firm \vfll do the work under a $3,820 contract let by the Mayor and Council yesterday morning. The first carload, containing about 25 sections of 18 inch pipe, was delivered yesterday to a siding at the B & 0 Rolling Mill yard, and inspected shortly afterwards by Water Commission William J. Edwards and City Engineer C.-R. Nuzum. ''•'•. The line will be laid by the Cumberland Contrhrting Company, which submitted a low bid of $165, 175 for the work. The award specified that payments will not begin until the-city has-sold a 1955 water improvement' bond issue. The 5750,000 issue, to finance thei water line and further improvements to the city's water storage and treatment facilities, at Lake Gordon, will be sold by the Mayor and Council next Tuesday at 10 a. m. . The cost of the pipeline is estimated at $409.215. including the pipe, purchased from .Armco. for $167,715; installation, engineering contingencies and rights .of,way. 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