Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 16
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 16

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 11, 1955
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBEKLA.M), MD-, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Takei Body Of. Eastern Shore Fisherman Recovered NORFOLK, Va. W - Fifth Coast ',., Guard District headquarters re'*;• ported today the body of Stanley Parks, of the Eastern Shore has been recovered by civil authorities. Parks had been missing since Sunday when he set out from a wharf "near Parksley to fish in Pocomoke Sound. The next day his boat was found adrift. The engine had run out of gasoline. .Display Classified Display Classified •*td Wf. CONCRETE • POWER • SEPTIC TANKS EXCAVATING ,. in,.oiht».> TRENCHING STEEL STORAGE TANKS ILE BROTHERS McMaUen Hwy. -More information Call: PA-2-8484 or 2-W85 STORM WINDOWS ALUMINUM BY ... UP INSTALLED * Low Priced * All Aluminum •k HIGH Quality * Self-Storing Combination Don't Buy PRICE Alone—Get QUALITY! CALL PArkview 2-6030 ALUMINUM DOORS 544 50 CO. INC. RUSCO Window & Supply 203 SOUTH GEORGE STREET • With RUSCO-you can be SURE! THERMOSTAT WITH 65' A PtOOUCT OF ilON FltEMAN It's true! Now yon ram barve this ultramodern beating system, which includes a thermostat in every room. And the cost is little more—if any—than central systems with .only one thermostat for the whole house- Look at these advantages: Filtered warm air, circulated by steam turbine- drrven fans. No wiring or electricity required for fans or thermostats. Low pressure steam is carried to room units through. small. flexible copper tub'ing. Heat can be turned down in tmuscd rooms and quickly brought up again when wanted. Elimination of overheating means fuel economy. Come in and sec SclecTemp in actual operation or telephone for free catalog. * NOTICE New Home Builders . . . Don't Contract for your Heating Plant untilyou have seen the "SELECTEMP". THE GREATEST IMPROVEMENT IN HEATING IN OVER 50 YEARS! 119 BENNETT'S The Gas and Electric Co. N. Centre St. Phone PA 2-7900 Irfc ' ftfltf. in*, • »• rf* IM NOW! While Stocks Are Complete NEW AND NU-TREADED WINTER TREAD TIRES Best Selection of Treods in Town 2-1, Town and Country, Suburbanite, Military Mud and Snow, Bar Type, Wire Treads, Etc. Immediate Delivery-All Sizes in Stock Including 600:16 and 650:16 & Tubeless * Full Treads and Whitewalls in Stock^' \ Exchange prices on top caps as low as . 600x1 '6 O.95 650x16 lf|.95 each WP each JL^F 670x15 Q.95 7)0x15 11.95 each ' *-F each JLJl. S'Year Guarantee Heavy Duty Battery, Group 1 Regular Price $25.95, SPECIAL $17.95 Exchange GOOD USED TIRES $4.95 UP. USE OUR •BUDGET PLAN OR Your l»t NATIONAL CHARGE ACCOUNT DUNLOP TIRE and BATTERY SERVICE 6 .Williams Street Phone PA 2-3190 Near A & P Super Market t CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND i NOTICE -; Notice i* hereby siten that the {allow' ins person* have filed application with :'tfc« Clerk of the Circuit Court for AUfr- jsany County to *ell Alcoholic beverages jin Allejany County, under the" provisions j of Article 2B of the Alcoholic Bex-erages ! Laws of the State of Maryland. i Character of License, name of ! can: asd for whom applied, the residence •of applicant, location of place of busi- • cess and owner of premises are as foJ- v lows: CLASS "»" BEER • Applicant: Jeue E. .Mellon; Residence of applicant: 13 Fourth St., Cumberland, [Md.; For -whom applied: Jesse E. Mel- ilott; Location of premises: 323 Virginia iAve., Cumberland; Md.: Owner of premjises: Louis P. Lutz. The expiration datt Farmer Victim Of Odd Mishap SALISBURY >jB—It was a mir- Elwopd Twigg lived as long as did with the top of his head ripped away by a shotgun blast,; State Police Cpl. W. C. Dykes said. I Twigg, of near Snow Hill, shot., himself accidentally Wednesday! . | while working on a soybean com- Shockley and Louis Beauchamp un- jam it He left the shotgun on the seat. After the combine .was in working order again. Dykes said. Twigg started to get back up on the seat and reached up • to ; shotgun, grabbing it by| the barrel. The trigger apparently caught on the seat somehow andj. one barrel discharged.' First railway dining cars werei operated between Baltimore and! in 1853. of all licenses {granted will be the 30th day of April next ; after issuance. | First publication o! this notice ii No- tvember 4, 1955. Joseph E. Boden Clerk of the Circuit Court for AUcsany County Adv. Nov. T— 4-11. I I ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS i Sealed proposals accompanied by Surety Bond or Certified Check for not less I than 5£ of the amount of the bid will be received by the Conservation Commission of West Virginia at the Project Construction Office located at Davis, West Virginia, until 2:30 P. M., Eastern Standard Time, November 22, 1955, and there publicly opened and read for the following: Labor and materials to instill approximately 6,000 feet of water ser- t vice including valves i fittings. Also includes setting i installing, Including all piping and electrical work, the • hypochlorinator, water pump and electric space heater. The • Owner wilf furnish 6,000' of pipe, with simplex couplings & 2 rubber rings for each piece of pipe, and a coupling puller- Also the. hypochlorinator, stand, solution & mixing drums,-the water pump at the electric -heater. This installation is required for Cacapon State Park, located M .miles south of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia on Highway No. 522. The successful bidders will be required to furnish a satisfactory performance bond for the amount of the contract. Liquidated damages for delay in com pletion of the contract will be S50.00 per day for each calendar day beyond the date specified in the contract.' . •Plans and specifications 'are on file withr . ' ;.••••.' The Conservation Commission of West Virginia Project Construction Office Davis, West Virginia. • . Telephone Nos., Davis, AL S-4121 and AL 9 : 301L Copies of the documents may be obtained by a deposit of twenty-five ($23100) dollars by check payable to the Conservation Commission of West Virginia for each set of documents obtained.. The de posit will be refunded upon return of plans and specifications in good condition on or before the date of opening bids. • . • The Conservation Commission of West Virginia reserves the .right to waive technicalities and to accept any or re ject. any and all bids/ • • ••'*; THE CONSERVATION COMMISSION : OF WEST VIRGINIA By Carl J. Johnson Carl J. Johnson, Director Attest: .. . Allen Scott, Executive Secretary. Legal Advertisement. . . —=-•••• Adv. Nov. T—Ml. He died yesterday in Peninsula- eneral Hospital here. Dykes said Twigg, in the man-i ner of Eastern Shore farmers, was! carrying the loaded double barrel i shotgun on the combine with him! in case he spotted a rabbit. I When the combine jammed,! Dukes said, Twigg got down to help! I (Always iSHOP Square Dance Mayfair Tavern Winchester Rd. Friday, Nov. 11 / 9:30 7lt 12:30 Music by Allegany Rangers QiicStin — Soled — French f tit l 75c Open Under New Monogimtnt Dave Gunter's GOOD FOOD Clarysville Inn will be CLOSED from Nov. 7 to Nov. 17 Delicious Dinners PRIVATE DINING ROOM Special Dinners tcu • Club* end Groups SHEEHE'S PESTAURANT uiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiinmiiiiiiiii) I Nancy'* Hom« Cooked 5 Full Course ' ^ W _ ! TURKEY $|25 § DINNERS JL = T-BONE STEAK DINNERS .. = SUNDAYS from Neon tp S P. M = PLATE LUNCHES 65c = SERVED EVERT DAY I Nancy WEietsell's I Restaurant 1 119 South Centre St. = Mtehonic and f'«d«' ;cl1 rilimilllllllllllMlllimillimilinillin FIRSTJ Wh«r* You Say. On j Men's ond Boys'j Wear . . . CUMBERLAND in SEAFOOD featuring Imperial Crabs Oysters on the Half Shell Clams on the Half Shell Shrimp — Crab Cakes Steamed Clams Fish — r Steaks — : Chops Draft Beer— Liquor THE DOLPHIN BAR STAR Restaurant 31 BALTIMORE STREET SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SIRVED 10:30 AJA. to * M» Roast Turkey WITH DRESSING 85c Cfcnfaerry Souc«, Tomato Juice, Conaied Sweet ?etcTo«s, Hern* Boked Stens, Cole Slaw, Cnccolaie Nut Sunda*, Cofi«« • . Fried Young Chicken W u DINNER $1.25 Ask About Our New Holiday-Special On Permanent Waves Fashion Beauty Salon 54 Greene St. Phone PA 4-2233 • It's Not Too Late to Make Your Contribution to the Cumberland Community Chest. Help Keep the Agencies Functioning. Mail it to 514 Liberty Trust Bldg. or Phone PA 2-2700; 107 .N. C.ntr. St. PA 4-9877 Original Dave Bracken Deer Lure SO.00 Wilson Kdwe, Go. 30 N. Mechanic St. PA-7-4232 JOE THE MOTORISTS' FRIEND, Inc. 173 Baltimore Street BARGAINS FOR HUNTERS HUNTING SC AQ COATS U.JJO PANTS and $ J 77 BREECHES ..... *r«l I .Going to and from the Pitt-W. Va, Game STOP AT Dulany's BAR RESTAURANT $115 • • • for BUCKWHEAT CAKES and SAUSAGE All the cake you can eat for only WEEK-END RATES in OUR MOTEL overlooking beautiful blue Yough Lake' SATURDAY NITE DANCE featuring Johnny Silvers and his Clarinet Eddie Krushinski at the Piano SUNDAY DINNER MUSIC by KRUSHINSKI DULANY'S Will Be OPEN All Year 'Round DULANY'S BAR, MOTEL, RESTAURANT 40 Miles West of Cumberland on U. S. Route" 40 Th« Public ll Invited fa 5th Annual Soroptimist i — BENEFIT DANCE — Friday, Nov. 18, 1955 ALl GHAN SHRINE COUNTRY CLUB Mid-Knight«r'j Orcheitra Far Reservations: Call Mrs. Maxine Daak PA 2-7930 or PA 4-0973 DRIVE IHi TONITE FIRST-RUN DRIVE-IN Special! "Harvest time" 7 Year Old BOURBON SUPER 40 GREAT HITS • Starting Today • TRIPLE FEATURE! PLUS HIT NO. 3 * PLUS HIT NO. Quicksand and killers wait for Tarzan in the"hidden" jungle! JAMISOTMT RUTHROMAN CORMECMM MEURB Only MARTIN'S Liquor Store 15 Baltimore St. •Next to \Y. Md. Railway Crossing, Free Delivery * PA 2-1459 * TWO COMPLETE SHOWS ^ Starting 7P.M, ' JACK BEUTEL MALA POWERS 2 ' "COLOR .'-CARTOONS IT SHOCKED THE NAT/ON in LIFE, LOOK & Sat. Eve. POST ... now jh« screen's greatest sensation! ' FEATURE TIME 12:15 - 2:10 - 4:05 6:00 - 8:00 - 9:55 FILMSD ON THE SPOT IN ALABAMA, THE PHENIX CITY tti flaming •xpost won lh» PULITZER PRIZE! for tht Columbus Lvdgtrl Firil Show 7:00 ' ail Compltt* Show 8:35 -QMSIfHR Display Classified -VISIT LOANS Phot* — UMA came in for e«*.US»CSfl(X»ort,on lign«»w». himfart, «r CJf. Ttmifccl fINANCI CO. UBERIT IRUSI CO tLDO . CUMIERUNO PA-J-«7JI , RIGHT HERE ARE YOUR WINDOW NEEDS Venetian Blinds (uttim madi, cleantd—rtpiirtd Awnings - .: JASCO ',.:-• Storm Doors & Windows Draperies & Drapery Rods Ornamental Iron Railings JOHN E. SHARP & CO. 401 N. Mechanic Ph. PA 1-7620 r.ooi RAKES OR LAND CLIAKI^G Display Classified ; Display Classified Display Classified COME GET AND EM! LOCALLY OWN ED '179' USED '48 P.lym.' '46 Plym. S 99 00 SAFETY TESTED GARS 1955 1954 1954 Oldsmobile Super "88" Holiday Coupe, Loaded, Everything $QAA But The Kitchen Sink Has Less Than 5,000 Miles .... SAVE OUU Oldsmobile Super "88" Holiday Coupe, Two-Tone Green, P.S., P.B., R., H., Tinted Glass . . CHEVROLET 4-Dr. Station Wagon, Two-Tone Brown, Like New, 15,000 Miles '2449 1699 55 Plymouth Savoy 4-Dr, 2 Tone Green . . . .... $1799 55 Plymouth Plaza 2-Dr. Dark Blue, Heater .... $1699 53 Plymouth Cranbrook, 2 Tone Blue, 4-Dr. . . $1049 52 Pontiac "8" Catalino/2 Tone Green, R&H, Hyd. . . . $1099 * All Car* 50 Olds 2-Dr. Blue, R&H, Hydramatic ; . . .' $649 50 Chevrolet Club Coupe, 2 Tone, Heater $449 51 Studebaker 4-Dr., R&H, Overdrive, HH ..:..... $499 50 Nash 4-Dr., R&H, Blue $399 Winterized! it . v fxcaratmf — Irtnchinf - Gralim W» Art ffluiy^ f» Dt r»«, iob With 700 H*t»t el l<wf*»*< thcvcli. Cron»«. *«fk HMt. Irwwhlnt Mochinit, D*itf> C*fnpf«i**n ««^ Drllli. liitkil IcaMfi Ir»«tor-troll»ri (6t H««»y ftanllni. truckt *lc lorson unotouNO tOADWArtirUi Bau|hm«n Contracting Inc. TIUPHONI M-t<4fll GLEN-ROY OLDSMOBILE CO. USED CAR LOT Corner Htndtnon Av«nu« and Frederick Strttt DIAL PA 4-66BS OPEN EVENINGS 7 TO 9 P. M. EXCEPT SATURDAY THE MOST DESPERATE EXCITEMENT EVER SEEN! Desperate... in its emotions- its tension* —its action I. co-stjinnj ENNEDYr MARTHA SCOTT DEWEY MARTIN -GIG YOUl

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