Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 10, 1955 · Page 9
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Taker EVENING. TIMES, CUMBERLAND, 'MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10. 1955 NINE i ! Voting Machine Talks Set Before Various Organizations ; NEW UGW PRESIDENT—Mrs. T. C. Wedel, .wife of the warden of '. ':'"- the College of Preachers and Canon of Washington (D. C.) Cathe-- ; ; '^rai; was"elected president of the United. Church Women at a con- :.t:verition yesterday" in .Cleveland. She heads .an organization which represents-10,000,000 Protestant women'from 30 denominations. (AP Wirephoto). 7' ; —•'-•—•• '• —"-'—•—• •• .. ,..M , '.; _j__ , , „ f Days Of Year Earmarked -... . • V . "••". '.'"''• . . -.,'.-.. . • _>.;._/. "-'•.-' . • • • For Many Special Events Nine talks on the new voting ma- hines have been arranged by the Alltgany County Board of Election iupervisors within the next few veeks. John R. Kelly, Democrat custo- lian of the machines, will present! program to the North Branch iomemakers tonight at 7:30 clock at the North Branch Hall. At 8 o'clock, Matthew J. Mullaney, Democrat member of the board, will discuss the new devices at a meeting of St. Mary's Mothers' Club at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Next week there will be five programs. William A. Wilson, ward chairman,- .will talk to the iney Plains PTA-at the school at 7:30 p. m. November •14. Mul- :aney will address the United Democratic Woman's Club of Al- egany County at;8 p. m..Novem- ber is at Central^ YMCA. Three appearances are scheduled 'or November 17. Edward P. Kayor, clerk of the Board of Election Supervisors, will talk to the Mapleside Homemakers, meeting at Sethany Evangelical United Brethren Church, at 1:30 p. .m. Mulaney will appear : at the meeting of the East Side FTA at the school at 8 p. m. Another; program is planned : for the Ellerslie PTA at ;he school at 7:30 p. m. but the speaker has not yet been designated. Kelly will discuss voting machines at a meeting of Fort Cumberland Post 13, American Legion, November 22, and Wilson will WASHINGTON— (INS) —Bel you! never knew there was.such a thing as ; National Bow Tie'Week-'(June 17-23). Or Save The Horse Week! (Oct. 7-13). And Certified 'Washable Week (Oct. .14-21).':; ; ^ There are' oth'ers/Vlike National Crochet Week l (Jan\ : 21-28), Dried Fruit Weeks "(March 16-31),"Cat Week (Nov. 4-10), National Bird Cage Week (Nov. 1 18-24) and just plain.^Large Size Week (Jan. 1828)—ten days long of course. All.'this is from the U.S. Chamber of. Commerce which decided to compile all special days, weeks and months scheduled for next year to .help businessmen cash in on the events. The'44-page booklet includes the old well-known dates as weE as newer 'unusual. ones. All the old stand-bys are there, like Memorial or . Decoration Day, Boy Scout -HVeek; (Feb. 6-12),.-St. Patrick's :'Day, 'Thanksgiving 'Day, Mardi Gras, Washington's Birthday and '-: the rest. osenbaums CUMIMLAN6. MAIYIAMB But also there is Better Bedding Time (that's .the whole month o May), Clean Oil Month (mid-Apri o mid-May), Hot Dog Month July), and Kraut, Pork N' Appl Dinner Season (mid-October hrough November). To quench your thirst after al his, there is Eggnog Time (all o December), or, if you prefer, Na ional Iced Tea Time (July- 6-20) ?he Chamber probably wouldn' mind if you observed both. For the literary minded, there is National Poetry Day (Oct. 15),-all kinds • of book weeks' (Jewish Catholic, Children's National and Merchant Marine), National Auth r's .Day (Nov. 1) and Nationa Newspaperboy Day (Oct. 6). Sports are not left but. There i Let's Play Ball Week (March 24 31, tentative), Let's Go Fishinj Week (May .12-19), Let's Play Gol Week (June 9-16) and Let's lunting Month (Odtober). Last, and we're not too sure tha t's least, is. National Mother-In Day (April 8). Published along with the bookie s .a "trade.;, promotion plannin calendar," which not only lists a these events ;chronologically' bu also ^reminds Businessmen in May br'iinstance, that there are only 32 weeks left before Christmas. HOLIDAY SPECIAL have your child's picture taken now for Christmas Come b while school is out - and be ready with grand gifts - for those who love your child. J/2 PRICE SPECIAL LAST 2 DAYS Armistice Day and Saturday 2 photograph! $ C 50 rcg.HLOO J tne S*]0 rigneut, one Ittter-s'nt No ippoincment'nttd«J Photograph Studio'' '• • • .Floor Sorse Chestuuls Give [industrial'Alcohol BUCHAREST, I&mania tffl—Th Romanians think they have fount an -industrial use for the horsi chestnut, now scattered along the streets of .this capital. Tfi'e newspaper Steagul Eosi reports "experiments to extrac ndustrial alcohol from wild chesi nuts, substituting for importan quantities of corn and potatoes a row materials. speak to the Auxiliary of Letter Carriers, meeting at the LaVale home of Walter Alexander, at 8 p. m. November 29. One December program and another in early January also are among the future activities. Lillian Roth (Continued from Page 3) ous Film" feature but took a look at it and promptly cancelled on account of untidy content. "White Corridors" will be sho ^n instead, certainly that sounds clear enough. Disney is certain the new Davy Crockett films to be "shown Nov 16 and Dec. 14 will make Crockett merchandise popular again in time for Christmas. The stuff hasn'l been selling lately .'•:--. Martha Raye says frankly she is "39, and not Jack Benny's 39, ei- tfier." Martha's next 15 years are fairly secure: She works at $25,(XX per show the next five years; and jf she. doesn't work the next ten will be paid $100,000 for laying off Exclusively, we ^presume. :"' There now are 451 TV stations in 290 U. S. cities. The total is expected to reach 600, a bit below the estimates of 2,000 only a few rosey prophecies ago '..'.. The St. .Mary's ship canal, at Sault Ste. Jlarie^ carries more traffic than the Panama, Suez and Kiel canals combined. Talks Held On Road Pact \ Unions, Contractors Meet In Baltimore Union officials and contractors met today in Baltimore in connection with a contract covering highway and heavy construction in Maryland. _ Attending from Cumberland will be C. E. Bramble, president of Teamsters Local 453 and recording secretary of the Road and Highway Trades Council of Maryland: F. Patrick Allender, business agent of Carpenters Local 1024: Robert Weaver, business agent of Laborers -Local 616, and Harry Hickle, business agent of .Local 37-B, Operating Engineers. : The local committee, composed of officials.of the four AFL Crafts engaged in highway work, will meet today at 10 a. m. in the Sheraton-Belvedere Hotel. A joint meeting with contractors who do road work will follow at 2 p. m. . '•• / . • Plans for today's session were made yesterday as the union's area committee, including international officials of the unions met to formulate policy. The crafts and contractors got together two years ago on a contract setting up special working rules and wage rates for road work, designed to allow state contractors to compete with out-of- state firms. .- ™> D ' Cops Collide With 'Hot' Car District Synod Head To Speak At Trinity Lutheran Church Rev. William H. Kohn. pastor oijhold a special meeting Monday, Church, Hyatts-|November 21, to study the mat- of the South- jters which will be presented by '" 10 s P eaker at a s P ecia! servicejdent of the Southeastern District vehicle. 0 n the results of a conference held : ^ Julv in St Pau! Mi b back injuries. The driver of the |resentaiives {rom al! sections of sedan got overnight accommoda-; the Lu theran Church-Missouri Sy- tions at the station house. | nod | Trinity congregation according toi Among many remote tribes the j Rev. G. A. Wagner, pastor, will price a man pays for. his bridej-=-^"" . may be the biggest outlay he' . Ski Club loMeel The Western Maryland Ski Club : vviu meet today at 3 p _ m . a t Gun- itertown Ski Lodge on Route 40. Officers will be elected. makes during his lifetime. .The Biblical Beersheba is now the entrance to Israel's Negev territory where the Israelis are developing a desert region. . There are 3.3 persons per passenger auto registered in the United States. Some types .of insanity in a child can be mistaken for mental deficiencv. ASPIROIDS For quick relief, from discomforts due to colds - 36V FORD'S DRUG STORES CUMBERLAND and FROSTBURG STACEY'S MARKET 51 N. Centre St. DIAL PA 4-6566 Fresh Clams Cherrystone . doz. 49c Chowder . . . doz. 59c Fresh and Cooked Shrimp Fresh Flounder Filets Fresh Haddock Filets Finnan Hoddie Lobster Tails Salmon Steaks Halibut Steaks Fresh Deep Sea SCALLOPS Fresh Picked Maryland CRAB MEAT SCALLOPS Fresh Deep Sea Porgies Ib. 29c Rock Bass Ib. 45c Norfolk Spots . . . Ib. 45c ' ~ .-> Spanish Mackerel Ib. 45c Flounder ...... Ib. PRESCRIPTIONS Delivered • Four Registered Pharmacists • All Prescriptions Triple {> |<* fX Checked Walsh & McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Centre St. Maryland'* Leading Prescription Sfore > People Here Get $50 to $1500 Now for Early Shopping or Bills • •> • Wi.th the Holiday Season near, a special "Shopping Money" plan is now being offered by Aetna Finance Co. Worthy indi- jviduals or fam- [ ilies may get ?50 ' to ?1500 imme- diatcly to use for shopping or i other needs. Persons with | bothersome bills or high instai- ' menl payments art invited to •^ use the famous Aetna "Bill-Payer" plan, to ..clean, up bills and debts and \get : a fresh utart with lower payments each month. • "We like people," said the Aetna manager, "and want to help every one get rid of money worries am have a happy Holiday." Local and near by residents wishing to use this service, phone or see lh£ Aetna office, 48 N. Centre St., Dial PA 4-5800. Loans over $300 to $1500 made under Md. Industrial Finance Act. SHOP 9 TO 9 MON. THRU FBI. 9 TO 6 SAT. World't Fovorite PEAS, CORN, GREEN BEANS Teen Queen SOLID PACK TOMATOES REALEMON ORANGE OR MAMBO PUNCH REALEMON lEMONLIME OR LEMON ORANGE . 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