Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 32
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Dial PA-2-4600 idr » WANT AD T»k«r EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 THIRTY-ONE S«w»tt HAGERSTOWN BLOCKS Kay-M. Athey'Pliprie PA-4-4417 Tennessee Ornamental Iron Columns— Brackets-—Railing$ DUtributoji ; . Maryland Supply »S. Centre'St PA 4-6436 BLOCKS: Concrete and Cinder Tested Daily '' The Cumberland Cement . .and Supply ;C6mpany' •tear'419. N. Centre'st. ' PA 4-.2000 Heating, Ventilation; Air Conditioning by.-:..•. M /'"ENGINEERING IE i>./ SUPPLY COMPANY 2 Williams"St...'Did 'PA 2-7269 26—Help Wanted GENERAL-Staff. Nurses for 425 bed. general ^hospital in attractive residential community 25 miles from New York City. Five day, 40 hour week.-Beginning salary S232. plus one meal and uniforms . laundered; eyeniris duty : »252.; nighti $247,. $lp. extra for operating room . and _. delivery room. 'Three - weeks vacation,*' eight holidays and oth ier benefits. Maintenance available at • . $47. Salary increases "and opportunity for advancement. Apply Director of • Nursing,- Muhlenberi •- Hospital, Plainfield, New Jersey. ' 27—Female Help Wanted MIDDLE aged lady for housekeeping. Young man, four year old boy. Live In. Exchange- references. • Call PA 4-5819. • V-.'v.- : .'.'-. . '..•••'",-.••• WANTED -i- Housekeeper and • care of 2Vi year old child,', live in. Phone- PA 4-3126 after 7 pr.ni. ^ r , : .. : " 34—Lott end Found LOST—Brown fc white Rabbit Dot with collar^ Vicinity Bean's Cove. Phone PA 4-659*. LOST—Metal Tool Box containing tools. Vicinity Bedford St. or N. Centre St. Reward. Return Green-Hartman Appliance. 198 IJ. Centre St. LOST—In South Cumberland. Eyeglasses in black case. Return 404 Virginia Ave. Reward. ROOFING SPOUTING FURNACES GUARANTEED WORK ALFRED FA1RALL PHONE PA 2-7193 35—MitcellanWut Upholstering, • Drapery. Slip cover A Dreu Fabrics. Sereens-to-Order.'/ CEO.; BRAGG. UVALE, PH. PA-4-4411 SEPTIC TANKS ' CUtANED - Modem equipment.- Bi-St«o Disposal Serrlct Writ* or Phone Lonaconing HO-3-4W1. Block Laying & Cement Work PHONE PA-2-2699 WELL DRILLING S3 yrs. exp. Modem steel equipment Pump Installations, Galvanized Casing V CARPENTER WELJ. DRILLING Co P. O Box 352. Cumb.'Ph. RE-8-9300. UPHOLSTERING GARLIT2 Rom* Improvement Co. Build- tnf Contractor. Johns-Manville Inielbric Siding. Roofing. Block laying. PA-4-02S5. Furoitttn Automobile AUTO CONVERTIBLE TOPS TRUCK SEATS TARPAUUNI HASTINGS ALUMINUM AWNINGS Ceo. S. Warner, ; 1323 Va; Ave. PA.-4-0774 QUEKTIN L; GRIFFEY BUILDING CONTRACTOR ELLERSL1E, MD. PHONE PA-4-2282 - • UPHOLSTERING -'..• -.- -. Recovering and retylaj C. E. Erode 555 Greene : PA-M89C REMODELING, Repairs, New Building, Carafe*.' Rooms Added, Attics, Club Cellars. Frank Burton. Buiidin* Contractor. PA 2-O3. ; UPHOLSTERING John Troxell, S22 Davidson SL PA^-2094 SMALL MOTOR REPAIRS All makes Air-Cooled Moton 10 EAST STREET . •- DIAL PA 4-5583 BUILDING" AND REMODELING- Repairs of all kinds COLLINS CONSTRUCTION CO. RE 8-8911 38—Moving, Storing JOHN APPEL TRANSFER LOCAL. LONG DISTANCE MOVING AGENT GREYVAN LINES. PHONE PA-4-1623 BENNETT • Trinsier "" 'Storage Co. Local -^- Long Distance : PHONE PA 2-6710 HEADERS.TRANSFER, LOCAL- LONG DISTANCE AGEN1 NORTH AMERICAN VAN LINES PH. PA4-3900 28—Male Help Wanted AGENT MAYFLOWER TRANSIT CO. LOCAL, LONG OISTANCF MOVING KLAVTJHN TRANSFER CALL PA-4-2770 19—-Painting, Paperhanging MEGHAN l<£i;ASSEMBLERS :•- x' ; (AiRGRAFT)'.".:,- '•'... This is interesting'work related -to aircraft strictures. Will-be working from blue-prints. : - - : . .. ';".Wi'remen. ; .'. Men experienced-in trouble shoot-: ing and wiring: complicated electronic equipment. - • • WALLPAPER REMOVING . FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE R. J. KONZAL PA JZ-6897 40—Personals FUR Restyiihg — Guaranteed *, Insured. Leddy Furriers, Annapolis, Md.. Agent Mrs. Brant, Phone PA 4-1857. EXPERTS i CLAIM a. comfortable mat: ress is the key to a good night's rest, us, put the "comfort" back-in, that umpy,- bumpy mattress of yours. Mat- resses of all sizes made to order. Cura- erland Mattress Factory. Ph. PA 2-1105. 11—Professional Service! AGF INDUSTRIES,'-INC. , , Eiverdaje', Maryland •[ (located in »uburb»n Washington, D. O DRESSMAKING - Alteration*—Tailoring UI Baltimore SL . ,-. Phone'PA-4-5739 BERTHA AVIS SEARLES EYEGLASS-REPAIRING, Broken Len«e« Replaced - Pre«cripHon« Filled. Tho>. C. Hubbi. 59 Perching St INTERESTED in "'lalcsman, married; , tamilx/'-must..b'ave -automobile.. Salary • to ttart, also Pen»ion Planl Apply: Burkey Television : and; Appliance, LaVale, Mr. Yanklevltz. . . Tri State Detective Night Watchman and Patrol Eerric** ii Typei -Investigation —24 /.'ouri ljuilji 'hone PA-2-2161 614 LIBERTY TRUST WANTED—4'MEN- .'•: .with mechanicaljability. Must have car. Above average earnings. See'W. L. Enders, 188 N. Centre St. between 9-10 A,- M. FAYETTE : REST. .HOME—Comfortable.' Ideal for. retired, nervous, aged persons: Nursing care. PA 2-2140. 761 Fayette; : - ,. . -. - . •• •• 13 —Piano Tunlnf EXPERIENCED auto mechanic to prepare and service new and -used cars 'for delivery. Good salary to. right mechanic. Apply: after 7 P. M. at the M.G.K. Motor Co. 221 Crienn St. • D ib.no Tuning and Repairing Laurence Griffith PA-2-1633 RETAIL store clerk, experienced preferred. Write Box.-804-A. c/0 Times- News, 'gfving age, "experience, .reference. ' ;:":' •:•'{ '-• '•?.. •-. '.••.-../•'-. ROBERT W. MORELAND, ASPT, Tunes, Repair* School, Church, and Borne Pisnos. PA-4-1084. Used pianos. 46—Radio, T-V Serric* / TRAVELIrv)S ; -AUDITOR-;- Young man—single—22 to 35—Accounting school education,- but not' .necessarily graduate for .auditing . work requiring considerable traveling. Permanent position, good ' salary, all expenses paid. Heply giving age, education and.personal data, and w« will arrange for personal Interview. • COMMERCIAL' CREDIT CORP. Butler Bldg., 200 W. Baltimore Bt. BALTIMORE; MD. A ( Admiral) to Z (Zenith). 29-A S. Centrt SL PA-2-7220 Uter 6 phone PA-2-1914. . . - . CUMBERLAND ELECTRIC CO. TV ftrvlces on til makes—Guajanteed. Site-Sunday service available. PA-2-619J t)ESIGN-ENGINEERS. Travel Bonus, overtime, degrees to $900, without to S750, machinery, mechanical, structur '. al. • Design Consultants, 239 Fourth f Ave., GRant-1-8301, Pittsburgh. GUARANTEED RADIO SERVICE Ipeeiallzlng la home and auto radlo- DOLAN'S-•-.ll.N. George St PA-4-5550 LET roe show jou how (o start your own Rawlclgh route. Good earnings .jiossible. Permanent work. Full or part .time. See or write Ivan S. Miller, Brady Rd.. Cresap'Park, RFD No. 5, Box No. 152. Cumberland, Md. 47—Real Estate .For Sale WANTED: . Young man interested in learning to become" an office machine mechanic. Apply in your handwritinc, . giving age, education and, personal references. Address, reply to Box 808-A c-o Times-News. ' CONTRACT TRUCKMEN. Large earnings, with full time' operation, can be yours under long term contract. Choice openings for travel 48 states and Canada, moving-furniture." Paid training program.' Many - oilier benefits. Men with good references, 25-50 years, want• «d. Furnish ,1933 or later model gas powered tractor, personally drive it. •"Call or.write Mr.-J. R. Holtz, Driver Personnel, Aero Mayflower Co., Indianapolis, Jnd. MElrose 7-3371. 29—Salesmen Wanted ESTABLISHED Insurance and Real Estate Agency in Cumberland desires qualified salesman_for totti inside and -outside work. Excellent opportunity for, younger man seeking permanent position in this business. Salary basis. Some insurance experience preferred, but not required.' Must ^own car. la .replying, five-ige',.marital -status, experience, current earnings and other facts r considered pertinent. .All replies itrictly confidential. Write Box 633-A, c/o Times-News. WANTED: Salesman In Frostburg. anc Lonaconing areas. Sales .experience desirable; but not essential. Must be honest, conscientious. ancU ambitious Splendid opportunity for increased earnings for the right man. Carries Hospitalization wilt) nationally'adver? tised firm. Reply Box Iff, Evening Times, Frostburg;'. '.'.- •"" ..'-'• ' Vv'HOLESAEE^SAl-ESMAN. to cover Tri-State.area calling on plumb int. heatlnj," air-conditioning and^ »hee .metal trade. .Major .lines of leading m»nu facturers handled. All replies confiden tlal. State full qualifications in reply.to Box 811-AX," c-o Times-News: ;.' • 31 —Situations W0iit«4 MODEL Day Nurtery-opci.-t to i dally Children 1-6. Transportatfon: av»il«W« Reasonable. Phono PA 2-481S.' WANTED—Work as truck driver. Joca .. or long distance. 5 year» experience al types. Box 806-A. c/o Times-News. YOU SAVE money in the long run. which I* Just another way of saying that the longer your ad rum the lowtr per day .-your rate become*. Order your »d-to K. nin until notified and get Uw.bett rate | obtainable for tht •umber"of times that It rum. JMTDDLE aged lady wants Ilxht house work with elderly couple.'or woman . Phone PA ; 7-09M..-'•••/'•: ..'." ;... 1 TRAIN FOB TODAri v;; BEST 'PROFESSION ; «V DMT «M*M MAOOI •!!! MC «M« « Mv Ml* -FirttetM « IEBMU Mtfif fvr '"•11 • OMWML \ • TOWTATE iEAUTY ACADEMY Bttf BUT IN MUSIC lor «»r flrm MAGNE-MUS1G »J!M»t4 *y RCA RUPJPENTHAL'S • *« U*»H* Tnu* mr * "9»W a1f« M Ut M *r APERHANG1NG * ontb End Wallpaper Shop. 331 Va A»« 'AINTlNG-Pa pcrhanginjt, iiiside-outside decorating. Marshal! Corley. 9 Cresap St. Phone..PA 2-4445. . Now Roofiij; outton, Coodueun Metal Work, all type*. Root PatoUit yri. Ext. ALEX J. SCHUTE PA-2-6501 Roorwa I rean to pay Guaranteed vort Andrew Witt, Phone CO-4-3867 Furniture, Upholstering, Repaiw Canvas-: • & •. Aluminum Awnings DOGC1?T HP OWe»t, Most Reliable rUOOJSLli over 32 Year* la Citj Phone PA-Z-471S 131 Frederick; St 50—Upholstering 51—Vacuum Cleaner* VACUUM CLEANER ••••-.: ' Part* & Service . . , PA-2-5070 1302 VA.-AVE Display Classified 1- VISIT LOANS PhoM — (ben com* in ior ; hnntait, or car. flNANCt CO. tRUSl CO. 8LDG CUMIMLAND 'A-i-ftTH USE OUR CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY ; WatcKei * Jewelry A Diamonds Vk SELL'S j«wtlry Store 34.Ptrihing St. - :: (N«xt to Post Offi^l WHITACRE'S CUMBERLAND MitTAG WISHING WELL JPH Registered U. s. Patent Office. « A 8 O 8 A 3 S 4 N 6 S 5 ..J. 28 6 A G A 35 Q _U 7 A 5 S 6 L. 27 K P 3 U 8 O 5 6 T A 4 E 7 P 3 A 8 D Y 3 3 R 8 5 D W 6 R 2 E 4 7 W H 3 E 8 E 5 H 6 Y 2 Y 2 T 6 G 7 E- 3 O 8 D 5 T 4 S 3 U 8 R 5 X_ 3 O_ S 3 R 4 K 7 2 R • O 8 E 5 O 3 S 6 A ' -8 W 5 _U. 3 H 5 6 W I 3 U 7 S 8.2 R O 3 L 5 A 4 E H 2 L 3 D 4 S 7 I 3 E 2 5 D- N 3 R 6 N 7 P 5 T 3 S H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you * message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number of .letters is 6 or mpre, subtract 4.-If the number is less than 6, add 3. The result is your key number.'Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and cheek every one of your key numbers, left to right Theii read the message the letters under the checked figures five you. • O 1«5. by William J. WiUer. Diftributtd kv tint Fnturi*. 1st 11*11 A campaign to halt the growing use of self-supporting trousers among- men of Great Britain was started by the National Association of Brace, Belt and Suspender manufacturers in 1954. ' ' New Zealand Marine department investigators discovered in 1954 that it was the nylon underwear worn by sailors that caused com pass, needles to waver violently 'in the South Pacific. Display Classified Display Classified Allegahy Amusement TV •vtAorited terete* _ Genuhif factorj ftrtt Service daily 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. unday 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. PA 2-4783 TV JL V HAVE your TV repaired at home by technician of M yrs. electronic experience. Reasonable prices. PA-4-1718. VenetianBlinds Custom Mode, Laundry, .Repair! CTfl DM WINDOWS vllfnm DOORS AWNINGS IDEAL ALUMINUM « PLASTIC ..--. WINDOW ': PRODUCTS CO.. 620 Columbia Ave. PA 2-2028 ROOT RAKES LAND CLEARING Cxcavating — Trenching — Grading .-'• W»-Art equipptd to Do Yout Job With 200 Hects of fquipmmt Shovtli, Cranii, Back Ho«», Ir»iwhinf Machinel, Doitri, Ctmp'rtnori and Drilli, Bucket Loaitttt, Troetor-Traitari for Hiravy 'Ha'uting.'VTruc'kir '«fc.V " "• TOPSOIL Fill GROUND ROAD MATERIAl Baughman Contracting; Inc. TELEPHONE >A-i-45«8 THIS'ii a comparatively new brick property in an ^excellent location and in excellent condition. Five rooms and bath on first floor arid two large rooms on -second. Warm air heat with registers in each room. Gas lired• furnace. Price for a limited time $10,000.00. Harry B, Simpson, Phone PA 2-5760 or PA 2-3723. 6 Rooms, bath, furnace,' garage In basement. Immediate possession. Cres- ptown •'..: —.;. 16,500 FLOYD P. GRACE REALTOR - Dial RE 8-9532 Lot* acreage. City water, gas. Improved roads. Bowline Green, Potomac Park. Small'payment plan. Phone PA 4-14M. CAN SEEL YOUR, PROPERTY OPIE ANNAN 'PHONE PA-2-7733 Th« HAROLD R FLETCHER Co. Mortgage Bankeri-Re«l Estate-Insurance PHA Bedford. Pa. Phone 1048 V/A ,14 CENTRAL Ave., 11 room brick. Hot water heat, modern conveniences. N. J. Logsdon, Phone PA 2-0534. WEST SIDE, 7-ROOM FRAME BATH, GAS FURNACE. EXCELLENT CONDITION. $7,500 .OPIE ANNAN PA 2-7733: 200 ACRE farm with land and timber. Phone HOmestead 3-6854 Box 94, LonaconinR TO settle an estate we have been authorized to o£fcr double insclbrick covered property located 51-53 Boone Street. The rental income from this property Is almost 14% gross on the asking price of 18,000.00. Harry B. Simpson, Phone PA 2-5760 or PA 2-3723. ' RIGHT HERE ARE YOUR WINDOW NEEDS Venetian Blinidi custom mods, cleaned—rtpairitJ • Awnings •• . JASCO ...-.'' Storm Doors & Windows Draperies & Drapery Rods Ornamental Iron Railings JOHN E. SHARP & CO. 401 N. Mechanic Ph. PA 2-7620 Open Monday ires t AUTO GLASS Use your 1st Natl: Charge .Account BEERMAN AUTO PARTS PA 4-0250 *19-5!1 N. Meckanlc >U • Unit ibote Tiller St.) -.2 FARMS FOR'SALE New 4 room modern bunf alow, 35 acres. dos» to Fort Ashby on h»rd «urfac* ro»a. -.,-;" _ .... . • v J. - S. BUTTON. Realtor Rldjeley, W. Va. RE 8-8700 after 5P.M. 1IAYBURT-POLANU REALTK AGENCY MAL ESTATE BROKERS • > PHONE PIEDMONT Ml] CtJMBERLAifP . »nd Mt. Savage home«. How much can you pay down? Write: Box 803-A c-o.TImes-N'ews. . ' SIX • Room semi-bungalow, ipas fired furnace, storm Windows. Excellent condition. 'Garage... Restricted ares ,La-. Vale: Price reasonable. Dial PA 1-4932, 6 ROOM HOUSE,'411 Broadway. In first- class condition, concrete stucco .on tile, bath, stoker furnace,". automatic water heater.' modern cab'.nets in .Xitchen, tarage in busemenUThe price is •reasonable and can be purchased on very easy terms to' responsible party. Phone PA 2-6328. . JOHNSON. HEIGHTS SECTION. > « .ROOMS. BATH. FURNACE. I3WO. HMO DOWN. BALANCE AS RENT. OPIE ANNAN. PA VSffl. LARGE brick H«m» ; In nm cU»i>coB(ll- tl«» al-Tt-CrNM-SU If built at today's prlcti wwld coit over $50.006 to build. Prlc* IHJOO. Phone PA 4-J«» (or appointment. : '> NEW BRICK, completely modern. Auto- malic ««» furnic*. tU« bath. ba«tm«nt l.race. Near Ft. Hffl. PA 4.«»3. ^ ROOFWG. SHIM. WEB Jlontl Dner T^ nm HOMB I«FT«T«m«M C6. Pfco** H.«r.PA».?«T. G««/lI ton- M R««M. J«(l»»MtntflM U CensmMd 8t Cnail»rta*l, >«.« - LO A N S LOANS UP TO $1500 Cmti Y.y ; $100.00 , aoo.'oo 300.00; •.; ;.K»te!»e. : $ 501.00 740.32 1032.00 20 M.nlhly - Poymtnll •• 1 6.72 20.16 24 M.nlMy $25.00 36.00 50.00 •oyiiwMi efcon ik«» coiH of : l> ripeK en i<fc»*»l 'IMRI even 1)90 en-nee* low. PHONE TODAY! I FINANCI COftPOftATION 40 North Mtchonic StrMl PA4-J400 « CONCRETE « POWER; • STEEL . SEPTIC TANKS EXCAVATING STORAGE TANKS ^..ihriioM TRENCHING *** * PILE BROTHERS McMulIen Bwy. More Informatioo Call: PA3-8484 or 2-8485 STOP FIGURING SAVES YOU TIME AMD MONEY 3-TRACK ''SENATOR" „ Ruggedly constructed of 63ST5 EXTRUDED alaminum. Includes two storm aad one screen section. Fingertip changeover allows .maximum year 'roimd protection. Completely SELF STORING. ALSO • COMBINATION DOORS • JALOUSIES • PERMANENT AWNINGS APC »IETAL PRODUCTS Box 43, Oldtown Road Phone PA-4-1234 STORM WINDOWS -ALUMINUM BY . ...'• UP INSTALLED if Low Priced ; if All Aluminum * HIGH Qualify * Self-Storing Combination Don't Buy PRICE Alone—Get QUALITY! CALL PArkview 2-6030 ALUMINUM DOORS $44 50 CO. INC. RUSCO Window & Supply 203 SOUTH GEORGE STREET • With RUSCO-you can be SURE! 10-TURKEYS-10 MUST GO!!! A Free Car with Each Purchase NO, 1 TURKEY $2,495 NO, 2 TURKEY y. $2,795 NO, 3 TURKEY $2,595 NO, 4 TURKEY $1,095 NO, 5 TURKEY $850 NO. 6 TURKEY $995 NO, 7 TURKEY *!? 95 NO, 8 TURKEY ww NO, 9 TURKEY : ; ; ; -:V' : ;,:.$2H •••:;:;. NO, 10 TURKEY FREE! '55 PONTIAC 4 Dr. 2-Tone R. H. FREE! , , '53 CAD. Cpe. DeVille. R.H. W.W. 2-tone FREE! , . '53 CAD, 4 Dr. R.H. White Wollt FREE! '53 PONTIAC 2 Dr. R.H. Stroight Shift FREE! ..'53 FORD 2 Dr. R.H. Green FREE! , ,'53 CHEV. 4-Dr. Bel Air R.H. W.W. 2-fone FREE! ..'53 OLDS "98" Holiday. R.H V W.W. 2-T FREE! ..'61 OLDS "88" Sup. 4-Dr. R.H. Hyd. FREE! .'60 STUDE. 2 Dr. R.H. Nie« FREE! .,'49 FORD 2 Dr. R.H. Nk« Theyll Do It Every Time .«*-«*-«. By Jimmy Hado WHEN BKSOOMC LE4ves THE OFFJCB A LITTLE E4RLV HE MAKSS SURB THE HELP SEES HIM 60 —» HELL DUCK B4CK QH SOMS PRETEXT TO SEE IF THE SL4V6S AKS STILL 4T THE SMITH'S TRIANGLE MOTORS 2 1 *A*|: A M 322 $. Ctntrt PA-4-4444, 4-«4*S UNNllHlRI « Mil* HMM UV.ta PA-4-2041 SOU UP THE PRICE OF 'THREE MEALS WHEM YOU K AtiD l)M 6S EXPECTED TO -TV WE4RY R4V FOR 4HEM-RESEWED. -AND IF VtXJ WU. JUST "STEP CVS? THEV*VE MOVED ,TH4T W41L OVER FEW MINUTES/ A1E.4MS „ W4LX; y YS4R-.TM5 &JR SETS OUT TO SOME OTHER ROOAi 6ET3 MORE-MINUS- GETTING THE DETOUR PROM THE MAITRE.& Tw»a AHO A IP 'OP tJi H471? HftTO Gomplete Disorder PARIS—(INS)—Bulgarian circles in Paris report "complete disorder" in Bulgaria's economy. Advices say Soviet economic experts who. examined the Bulgarian economic situation d em a n d e d "very serious measures" be taken by the Bulgarian government to remedy the problem. The Soviet experts are said to have proposed a plan for straightening out the trouble. . ; • Copter City CHICAGO —(INS)— Ten years from now you may see helicopters bumper-to-bumper over Chicago. The airborne "egg beaters" already are shuttling mail and a few "select" passengers in the nation's second largest city. Now the Chicago Planning Commission has received a report.stating that 1,500,000. passengers may-be traveling in and out o" downtown Chicago by helicopter in 1956. Disploy Clossified Display Classified GROCERIES KOSHER DELICATESSEN Open 'til 12 P. M.-700 N. Mechanic St. Speedy Delivery! DIAL PA 4-3740 HAMS SWIFT'S PREMIUM WILSON'S CERTIFIED ! ?! Having a Party ! ? ! GET ALL YOUR SUPPLIES IN "1" STORE • Invitations •Unusual Napkins • Cocktail Supplies KOSHER DELICATESSEN Scliool Board Inspects Sites f Two proposed sites. for an.«K~. ementary school ' in Bowman'*: Addition were visited yesterdajr- afternoon by. members of the AUe~ : gany County Board of Educations; The visit follosved the regular', board Vneeting. ';\ Four board members attended the meeting. They are Mrs. Albert; C. Cook, Mrs. Stanley Buckley. W. : Earle Cobey and J. Goodloe Jack-; son. Absent was Kenneth K. Mai-', colra.' board president. Superintendent ^of Schools Ralph R. Web-; sler said no decision has yet been, made : on the ultimate site. *; Three of the board members and- Webster are planning to attend a; meeting in' Baltimore Friday which will be attended by county school board members from throughout' Maryland. Attending will be Malcolm, Mrs. Cook and Mrs. Buckley. Tliayer Awarded 500 By Jury An .award of $8,500 has been made* by a Garrett County Cir-' 1 cuit Court Jury to John Philip Thayer for property sought by the |jState Roads Commission for im-.. provements to U.S. Route 219 in •• the Deep Creek Lake area. SRC witnesses said the property sought by condemnation was worth about $3,000. That wSs the amount of the check deposited by the commission with the clerk of Garrett County Circuit Court. Defense witnesses placed a value of up to $20,-.i'; 000 on the property. ;; Associate Judge Neil C. Fraley- presided at the condemnation trial'' Tuesday at Oakland. Frederick A; Puderbaugh. this city, and Williatn ,., 0. Treacy of Oakland were attor- ; ' ; |neys for "the SRC. Defense attojj-^ neys were Edward J. Ryan of 7 . Frostburg and Cumberland, arid ^ Walter Dawson of Oakland. -"" Kosher Corned B««f Kosher Tonfue Salami :'•;.'. ' Rolled B«et Pastremi Kosher Bologna Kosher WIenen Marinated Herring- Smoked White Flih Strnddel | Sweet Batler (Unsalted) /•'—." ? Whipped Batter v Sour Cream S Farmer Cheese Cariar (Red & White) Pumpcnickel Bread Rye Kimmel Bread Bageil Cheesecake Imported Sweitzer Imported Roquefort • foncy Cfoc-.'/eJ IMPORTED SCOTCH^ COUMTY FAIR •ovrbon in bnil. 100 Proof. 5th IMPORTED WINES .From • France • Spain • Germany • Portugal Liquor Gift BASKETS All Si»t. ,M.i» to Ord.r. $1.00 ,o $75.00 C«ftM Coca-Cola P«p«i-Cola| 89c c - Coo PTA Group Will ;; iHear J. T. Downey I • ' *"A • r The Centre Street PTA will hear a talk today at 7:30 p.m. at its meeting by Joseph T. Downey, supervisor of. maintenance in I Allegany County public schools. 7 I Parents will visit the classrooms I; at 7 o'clock to confer with the teachers. The business session will be- I!gin at 7;30 o'clock. • :: Adrian and Peggy Jo Mackcrt will sing, accompanied by Ann J!.\[oore. Group singing will be led by Mr. and Mrs. Homer Plummer, Mrs. Vernon Hafer, Mrs. Harold |!Fulk, Mrs. Eleanor Tennant, Mrsi' G. A.-Wagner. Mrs. Robert Mar-, tin. Atrs. William Wilson, Mr. Mrs. Robert Webster, and Mrs. Paul Chorpenning, accompanist. A bake sale will be held, under direction of the fifth grade mothers, and coffee will be served. The program has been designated as "Fathers' Night." !?! SHOPPING FOR GIFTS!?! FUST Com* M« «r UNUSUAL GIFT SHOP ITEMS • Fancy Wrappin| ' • I»fir«ly Htf A Difftr««f Gr««tin9 Cofd« VALUE and SERVICE « our MOTTO. Easy Parking. Discounts MI Cat* L«tt of Liquor* iNOTICK TO rKOPEKTT OWXE*»:-,y Notice 1«, hereby given th»t at a meet- !a« «f th« Mayor and City. Council M Cumberland. Maryland, to be held In tho CotincU Chamber. City Hall, at, U:(M'.-.: o'clock A. M... Monday, November 28, ; ;• 19S5, an ordinance will b«. Introdaced • providing for fte CUR8INO, CUTTER- ING OH OTHERWISE IMPROVING MICHIGAN" AVF.NUE from Its Intenee. lion with an unnamed street on« block- east of tho intersection o( Michigan Av«« nue with Lalng l.«ne to the lntert*ctlo« of Edgevale Avenue, or for approximately J.OCO <««t. : ,; .--, All person* (9 bo artecttd hy said or* ' c«dln«j shall bo »l«n as ookMtanlt)'.' to b« heard for or'iiKlnil the >a»ag« •(.;': laid ordinance. '. • Mayor and City Coucrlt at Cumfx?rlan< . Wallace (i. Utlery " • Cil» CMtfc:.',

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