Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 15, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

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Dial PA-a-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD-, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1955 SEVEN Columbia Gas System Will Reorganize, Reduce Costs , Columbia Gas System, C&A Gas Company's parent organization, has announced "a long-range plan to simplify the system organization and reduce the number of subsidiaries at the same time keeping by cutting down on the "hundreds of thousands of dollars" it and its 16 corporate subsidiaries spend on complicated, overlapping rate .fil- "gas prices sumer." down to the con- higs with regulatory District Manager C.. C. 'Bobbins said the plan of Columbia, which serves 12'/-i million people in seven states, would produce economies Housework Easy Without Nagging Backache Nigging backache, headache, or muscular aches and pains may come on with over-exertion, emotional upsets or day to day stress and strain. And folks who eat and driak unwisely sometimes suffer mild bladder irritation ...with that restless,'uncomfortable feeling. If yo,u are miserable and worn out because of these discomforts, Doan's Pills often help by their pain relieving action,by their sooth- inz effect to ease bladder irritation, and by theirmilddiureticaction through the kidneys — tending to increase the output of the 15 2nilej of kidney tubes So if backache makes you feel drag£ed-out,miserable...\vith restless, sleepless nights. ..don't wait.. .try Doan's Pills- get the same happy relief millions have eh- joyedforover60 years. GetDoan'»Pills today! . Advertisement both federal and agencies. The state plan would remove all but one of the 16 from federal rules. The Columbia System, serves customers in Kentucky, Maryland, New York, Ohio; Pennsylvania, Virginia^and West Virginia. Under the program, all the system's interstate production and transmission operations would be handled by a single company subject to regulation by the Federal Power Commission. Distribution of gas in each of- the seven states would be operated By a different firm regulated by state or municipal authorities. Most of Columbia's companies now operate as both transmission and distributing companies. "Thus," a Columbia announcement said, "when the cost of gas to" Columbia is increased and it becomes necessary for the purchasing company to file for new rates, there is a 'chain reaction' effect throughout the system." Giving an example, Columbia said.an increase in rates by only one of Columbia's wholesale suppliers "could mean that system companies would have to make even separate filings with the ^ederal Power Commission, 11 vith various state commissions, and numerous renegotiations at, the municipal level- in Ohio, where most rates are fixed bj local rdinance." Columbia said it and its companies now spend "hundreds of housands of dollars annually on hese multiple filings—d o 11 a r s vhich add to the consumer's cost of service." The reorganization, outlined at a meeting here today with represen- atives of the FPC and vario state regulatory bodies, will take time to effect. Columbia said it Ann Page SALAD DRESSING 39c qt. A&P • - i • . ' -' . Cream Style or Whole Kernel CORN Ocean Spray CRANBERRY SAUCE -.2'±870 A&P WHITE MEAT TUNA FISH 2 ^ 57c Bordens Non-Such MINCE MEAT 28-oz. Jar 47c require 12 transfers, nine separate mergers property and the Safety Plan To Be Used By-Carpenters A" program designed to keep down the number of accidents during construction of the 'Pittsburgh Plate Glass.Company plant at North Branch is a system of safety proctors set up by Carpenters Local 1024 (AFL). Their work will DC directed by Earl Slider, Mexico Farms, who will represent the local on the safety committee being named by the Cumberland Building and Construction Trades Council for the big construction job. Slider will direct the work of 10 proctors—one for each crew— who will be charged with: the safety of each man in the crew for a two-week period. Then the job will be passed on Welfare Agency Asks Funds For 20 Case Workers to another member of the crew so that each man will become orming of five new subsidiary companies—four of which will be 'of a temporary nature." Each step will require approval of the appropriate regulatory bodes—including the FPC, the Securities and Exchange Commission, seven state commissions and the eternal Revenue Service. The system said the proposed reorganization partly was made necessary by a shifting of its main sources of gas from the Appalachian area to the Southwest. With 76 ser cent of its supply coming from .he Southwest fields,' Columbia said, that gas now must be passed rom company to company before it reaches its final destination— thus bringing about the involved chain .reaction" rate increase proceedings. : Columbia's state-by-state breakdown of the .ultimate picture included, the following: Maryland—Cumberland .and Allegheny Gas Co. would continue to serve retail customers; United Fuel would take over all production and xansmission facilities of that firm and the Maryland holdings of Atlantic Seaboard. Pennsylvania — Manufacturers Light and Heat would continue to serve all of the retail customers, turning over its production and transmission properties to United Fuel. West Virginia—A new subsidiary would be formed to handle all retail sales within the-state, acquiring the distribution facilities of United Fuel, Manufacturers, Cum berland and Allegheny and Amere with United Fuel assuming all.the production, storage and transmis sion operations. Civil Defense (Continued from Page 3) stration of medical equipment anc techniques involved in casualty clearing stations.."Personnel froir each of the six stations will attenc the demonstration to receive in structions on how to conduct shor training courses at each station Four of the stations are In Cum berland. The others are in Frost burg and Westernport. safety conscious. At "present, the local has about 115 men, working on the $34,000,000 plant. . Union officials said Slider, who Ireasurer of Local 1024, received <jcellent safety training during; e past few years while working; r. the construction of the duPont! ant at Martinsburg. '•' • | The duPont firm,, the union said.j an outstanding safety record BALTIMORE (S\ - The State Department of Public Welfare has asked Gov, McKeldin to release 541,007 of relief funds to hire 20 additional case workers. McKeldin said he would talk with Thomas J. S. Waxter, State welfare head, before acting. The departments has some $100,000 in unspent relief funds. However, it has been unable to hire more than 30 of the 51 new! case workers.approved by the Gen-, eral Assembly because of a duction in federal funds available for that 'purpose. The matter was brought to the attention of the State Board Public Works yesterday by budget director, James G. Rennie. The board in other actions: 1. Approved continuance of the] existing State real-estate and personal property tax rate of 10.96 per $100 of assessed value for the re-| mainder of the fiscal year. 2. Heard University of Maryland] representatives ask for an addi-j tional $71,101 to pay claims farmers under the brucellosis eradication program. The board agreed to make Meeting Toniglit )f Air Reserve A meeting of Flight J and M,j 511th Air Reserve Squadron^ willj held at the Naval Reserve Ar-j mory 'for administration classes, j Capt. "Ernest J. Fauss^ flight! omrriander, last 'night. safd men; are needed in the grade of airman: rst class or higher for specialized: raining as noncommissioned 6f-i cers:. . Also there are many openings in flight for. aircraft mechanics 'hich will be activated soon. I/Sgt. Albert Wiley, liaison NCO •om the Hagerstown Squadron, .ill be in Cumberland this after- oon at the Civil Service office in Post Office to. complete, scheduled surveys for officers in Flight J. 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