Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 9, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 9, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for * WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 THREE Congregation Pays Tribute To Jacobson Beth Jacob Congregation has honored Dr. Samuel M. Jacobson with a testimonial dinner in the Synagogue. vestry. . . He was feted for his devoted and untiring efforts in behalf of the congregation during the .past several; years. A skit, "This Is Your «" was portrayed by Leon h, narrator, and photographic scenes from the doctor's childhood to the present time were shown. Dr. Jacobson was presented an sngraved watch by Sander Lewine, president of the congregation. At State Income \ Running Ahead Of Last Year Norfolk & Western Railway Falters • ......• " . ' » In Holding Out Against Dieselization BALTIMORE (J>—Maryland's income from its 2 per cent sales tax is running 17.47 per cent higher] than a year ago, Comptroller J. Millard Tawes reported today. Tawes said sales tax 'collections; from July l through Oct. 31 were $12,361,646, compared with S10,522,-i 876 for the corresponding period of 1954. The difference is Sl.838.770. '•The State's fiscal year starts on July 1, so the figures cover the first four months of the fiscal year. The rate of increase slipped downward slightly to 13.31 per cent ROANOKE, Va. tfi — The Nor-imendous investment in them to die- folk and Western Railway, one of the last major railroad holdouts against diesels, apparently, is" faltering. '•''••• With eight small diesel units already in service the r.ailroad has: ordered 25 more. Even though veteran railroaders feel that more diesels will be pur-; chased there is no indication that; the N&W will switch completely to the oil burners. It still owns 430 coal burning steam locomotives and there is little chance it will abandon its tre- the dinner, the new spiritual leader from the end of September to-mid- of the congregation, Rabbi Leon Yagod, was installed succeeding Rabbi Joseph Schimelman, who has; accepted: a pulpit in New Jersey. , . , Rabbi Yagod,. in accepting the spiritual leadership, urged the cooperation of the members . in making the , tenure of his office successful. n j o 11 i^ IT He also urged the building com- Bad Speller. *orceUty mittee to expedite its plans in Jo Use 'Simple' Namfes starting erection of the new addition to the synagogue, which is planned for next spring. October, the report showed. Tawes said wage boosts and the growing-population in Anne Arundel, Montgomery, Prince Georges and Baltimore ..counties wer.e reflected by'increased consumer purchasing and the higher sales tax revenue. A silver cup was presented. to Benjamin Marx in appreciation for his services to the congregation. Alexander Green also was given a testimonial for his. personal services at the synagogue during the High Holy Days. In 1624, the value of; the Mayflower, the ship which took the Pilgrims from England to v America, was set at $750 because she was then in .poor condition. SALEM, Ore.—OR—this . capital city of Oregon has too many bad selize the entire road. Only diesels the railroad has bought are small general purpose: units that can be used singly for! yard switching or light road trains or in multiples for pulling heavf.eri trains. For passengers and long distance iieavy freights the N&W. still pre-i r ers its powerful coal burners. R. H. Smith. N&W president. said the 25 diesels ordered for the erful coal burners are needed on Matrimony's Not His line _ LITTLE ROCK, Ark. '(* —Sam Kirby, director of the Arkansas Publicity -and Parks. Commission, received a letter a while ago from a girl who wanted to know about the husband situation in this state. He told newsmen about it and the story got around oventhe country. Now he's being swamped. with letters, from far arid hear from spellers to "risk naming a "streetjwomen who want a place on the after the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, the city 'planning commission : has decided. B. 0. Sundman of Helsingfors, Finland, asked the commission to use that name for a street. Commissioner Robert Powell said the commission recently changed the name of a street which residents found too difficult to spell. And even that one was easier to. spell than Sibelius. \/ LOANS IHe HKurimtf M all HFC loflfis withotft extra cost t« you. • Scaional «xp«nt«c • • Car or ham* repairs • Shopping •xp«n»«i • Doctor bill* *20 fo'lOOO No endorsers needed. Easy-to-nieet requirements. Up to 24 months to repay Phone or stop in today for fast, one-day, friendly service! Loon* above $300 made under th* Industrial Finance Law OUSEHOLD FINANCE 12 South Centre St., S. E. Cor: Baltimore 2nd Floor — Dial PA 2-5200 — Cumberland Loans Madi to Resident of Ntarby Towm list of husband seekers—and a few from men who want the women's names. A woman in Los Angeles wrote "I have one now but I really could use a new one ... He's over 50 "iron horses" is now required to handle traffic on the main lines. The eight diesels bought earlier this year tor the N&W's Durham line between Lynchburg and Durham, N. C. are of the same type as those ordered for the Cincinnati District. Those for the Durham line also were bought to release heavy duty coal burners for heavier work. It all boils down tc this: The pow- Merchamlise Leaks CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. uev- When a pool of water collected in a ..residential section police began looking for a water leak. Instead they found two cases of beer and two gum dispensing machines blocking a storm sewer opening. Checking further they., found a (nearby service station had been burglarized the night before but the operator hadn't nv'csed the imerchandise. . . Taxes take 24 cents out of every The Department ..of. Interior has?':| dollar spent for purchase of auto-jset aside $16,537,600 for the de«* ?• mobiles, says the Automobile!velopment of sport fishery andj-y .Manufacturers Assn. jwild life resources in fiscal 1956. '-r-r Cincinnati District are being bought so the big roller-bearing coal burners now used there can be switched to other parts of the railroad where they are needed. The Cincinnati District lines principally run through flat country and for the most part carry comparatively light freight trains. Smith said "the N&W feels the general purpose diesels can be used effectively and economically on the' Cincinnati line and at the Cincinnati terminal. This will release the mammoth coal burners from the Cincinnati district for duty pulling heavy coal trains through mountainous Western Virginia and West Virginia. "Our modern coal burning steam locomotives can handle the major part of our traffic economically," Smith said. He pointed out that due to in creases in coal and freight shipments a full fleet of the steam ;he main lines and the small diesels can take their places on short lines to pull light freight trains, and for yard switching. Besides the 430 steam burners and eight diesels the N&W also owns one steam' turbine electric locomotive the "John Henry" which was put In service last year. Fast RELIEF for Dry Sinn and Ecwma Ifch Chafing — Slmpl* Pi!« Miwy Diaper RasK — Minor Burnt t.fcr/tiUi FAST HEADACHE RELIEF GettheflKfi imi&S ...Gef RESINOL CONTAINS lAMOUN For Your COMPLETE Beauty Service At Lower Than Budget Prices Visit Our Modern iBeauty Clinic 10:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. 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