Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 8
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HEIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Takei State Classified Employes Outline Four-Point Plan Maryland Classified Em- ployes Association outlined a four- point, program at a recent meeting of state workers here. v, The legislative program was outlined by D. W. Pearre, executive director, Friday night as: i Social security for all state em- ployes, general wage increases for all.state workers, a 40 hour week and pay for overtime and unemployment compensation for all state workers. ':,. A survey of state workers indicates the.majority favor Social Security, Walter T. Gough, president of the association, reported. He explained the legislative procedure: which will have to be followed to secure the additional benefits. <:: Russell S. Davis, state commissioner of personnel, speaking on "What we can do to make better employes of you," outlined the growth of the merit .syst'em in Maryland and emphasized the importance of workers' attitudes toward their jobs. David Kauffman, assistant attorney general of Maryland, was tcastmaster for the meeting attended by some 150 state employes from Allegany and Garrett Counties. The meeting was arranged by a committee including Mrs. Jennie Grahame, general chairman; Walter Capel. Rose Jackson, George Jenkins, George Geary, Joseph Carter and James McKenzie. Some sagebrush of American semidesert western areas provides beautiful wood for carving ornamental objects. Santa Special DOLL CLOTHES EACH FROM ONE PIECE 4600 FOR DOLL U--20- TALL County March Of Dimes Drive Set For January 1.00 Reserves Your Selection $5.95 French Poodle ... FREE! PArkview 2-0370 n.mECHflmc STREET "Polio Isn't Licked Yet," is the 1 theme for the 1956 polio March of Dimes. C. N. (Jerry) Wilkinson, {county chairman, has announced. "Thousands of children and' adults are being stricken," Wilkinson said, "and until the vaccinei becomes widely available and used, millions of March of Dimes; dollars must be marshalled on behalf of polio patients the nation over, and for the expensive equipment many of them need when polio does strike." He also stated that "3,200 iron lungs must be kept going, no matter what the cost, for we cannot let polio respiratory • patients become the forgotten people of tomorrow. "In . addition, polio research is still in full swing," Wilkinson said. "The Salk vaccine, developed with March of Dimes funds, is a medical milestone, but it is still not 100 per cent effective nor can we tell yet how long its protection lasts. "March of Dimes research, aimed at improving techniques, is now in progress at many laboratories and universities throughout the land. We must provide funds to keep the research program moving along at the present pace. "Also hospitals and laboratories are in need of trained manpower," Wilkinson explained. "March of Dimes fellowships and scholarships provided training for the urgently needed supply of well qualified personnel — and March of Dimes contributions make possible these grants." - Firemen Fight Fire At Bridge Approach West. Side firemen fought -a blaze 10 minutes when straw which had been placed over the new grass at the approach to the new bridge to Ridgeley caught fire. South End firemen were dispatched to the area of the old Taylor tin plate mill at 3:05 p. m. yesterday, to extinguish a grass fire They were at the scene 27 minutes. No damage was reported. The name "New Mexico," oldest state name in the Union except Florida, first was applied by Francisco de Ibarra in 1565. ONE PATTERN PART for each item! Dress, cape, hat, overalls, bluse, petticoat, panties and robe are so easy to sew for your daugb- :er's dolly. Mother this is the best dea — let your little girl spend _ lappy hours helping you to make these clothes! Use scraps and remnants—thrifly! Pattern 4600. for dolls 14, 16, 18, 20 inches tall." See pattern for yardages. This pattern easy to use, sinv. pie to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in!coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mail- inb. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of The 'Evening Times, 42 Pattern Dept, 243 West -,17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS -with ZONE SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Air Reserve Squadron To Meet Hera Tonight Specialized training-in administration will be given at tonight's meeting of Flight J and M of the 9511th Air Reserve Squadron at the Naval and Marine Corps Training Center. v • Capt. Ernest J. Fauss, commander of the units, said lasl night there are openings in Flight M' for airman's administration work' and a tentative- flight for aircraft mechanics. He also said there <are a number of openings in a specialized training .flight for non-comihissioned officers available to any reservist who holds the grade of Airman Ic or higher. ,. . • Any interested veteran who can qualify is invited to attend the meeting tonight and contact Captain Fauss. '..;. LETS rou PAY LOO DOWN TO HOLD YOUR PURCHASE '111 CHRISTMAS .i.^Ai^j,^^^^^"*''* Electronic Mobile Loudspeaker Truck No. 104—A long-beam searchlight controlled from She cab trailer and electronic switches enables the powerful micro- hone to transmit booming voice over loudspeaker. Reg. 25.00 Davy Crockett SPRING HORSE >22.95 HILL'S TOYS CHABCF .ACCOUNT 45 N. Centre St. and Route 40 Routt 40 Store Qptrt to 9 P. M. Daily City Budget Hearing Set BALTIMORE (/fi — A series of public. hearings is to be held beginning tomorrow on a proposed budget for Baltimore City which totals $166,000.000. The amount is $17,000.000 above this year*s budget. Budget Director Herbert Fallin said yesterday no increase in the existing $3.05 tax rate would be necessary because of an increase in the taxable basis and prospects for revenue from other sources. The budget includes raises in pay ' for nearly all of the city's 22,000 employes, ; including school teachers who will have^a pay scale of $3,600 to 56,100. b'e- ginning in September of 1956. First successful oil pipe' line, four miles long, was laid in 4865. Appeals Court Gives Use Tax Ruling ANNAPOLIS (81 - The use tax jannot be imposed on raw materials bought outside Maryland and made into machinery parts for use in the state, the Court of Appeals has ruled. . . The high court's ruling yesterday upheld a Baltimore City Court decision denying the comptroller's position in the case involving the American Can Co. The comptroller maintained that American Can should pay the tax on raw "materials from which it manufactures machinery and replacement parts used in its Maryland plants. 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