Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 21, 1955 · Page 3
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DM PA.J-4600 for • WANT M) Ttlw* EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., MONDAY. NOVEMBER 21, 195K THKEH Flour And Cornmeal Added To Surplus Food Supplies The distribution of surplus foods In.Allegany county next month Will include flour and cornmeal. The flour and cornmeal shipment arrived here last week, according to -J.. \Valker Chapman, county roads supervisor who has charge of the distribution for the Allegany County Board of Commissioners. This month, as the second week of distribution ended Friday, showed -2,652 families ; of 8,181 individuals received allotments. Last-month,' distribution was made to 2"487 families of 7,740 people. Last year, in November, the distribution was made to 2,952 fami- Rheumatism-Arthritis NEURITIS—SCIATICA Relief from those torturing pains or no 1 charge. An absolute proven remedy. Only one trip required. Disabled persons may send a • friend, 45 South ML Vernon Ave^j 500 ft. off Route 40, Uniontown, Pa. Offipe hours: Daily 10-6. Sunday 10-4., Permanently vertisement. located — Ad- lies of 9,855 people. The record high month was. March of 1955 when 3,514' families of "11,922 people received commodities. The. trend indicates, Chapman believes, that more ."people are finding employment, particularly in construction work, thus'causing the decrease in demand, excepl during extremely cold months, when most construction work halts. Last, week's distribution completed the November allocation. Starting at Eckhart. Monday, 112 families of 367 people received 516 pounds butter, 385 pounds cheese. 284 pounds dried milk, and 195 pounds shortening. At Mt. Savage on Tuesday, 171 families of 582 received 810 pounds butter, 599 pounds cheese, 437 pounds milk and 306 pounds shortening. 'On Wednesday at Cresaptown, III. families of 369 got 512 pounds butter,' 390 pounds ' cheese, 284 pounds milk,.and 195 pounds shortening. In Cumberland families of 2,821, Thursday, 975 received 3,992 pounds butter, 2,968 pounds cheese, STAR OF THEM ALL 1,917 pounds milk and 1,320 pounds shortening. Friday, also at Cumberland, 224 \ families of 670 drew 863 pounds of butter, . 705 pounds cheese, 482 pounds milk and 333 pounds shortening. The total November distribution was 11,488 pounds butter,- 8,640 pounds cheese, 5,886 pounds milk and 4,140 pounds shortening. Chapman noted that the December distribution, because of the Christmas holidays, will start a week early, the distribution of all six commodities, including flour and cornmeal, will begin at Westernport, Monday, December 5, and follow the usual schedule. The registration for January will begin on November 30, and will continue December 1 and 2. Red Cross vounteers who handle the public registration in the county will sit all three days in Frostburg and Lonaconing, only the first day in Westernport, Midland and Eckhart, and the first two days elsewhere. ._ The Associated Charities, Bed Cross and Salvation Army in Cumberland will certify the same three days, and because of the need to close records for-the first of the year, the registration must be completed these, three "' days. The Salvation Charities Army and have been over a longer period Associated registering than three days, but it will be necessary this time to complete the registration not later than December 2, Chapman noted. Fixture. Study WASHINGTON—(INS)—The National Association of Home Builders is launching a nationwide survey to' 'determine the extent of 'critical" shortages of building fixtures made from copper. To help alleviate the situation, NAHB is supporting efforts of the copper industry to obtain much-needed Newspaper Lets Building Contract O-" • • SALISBURY. MdL, (^Charles E. Brohawn & Bros, of Cambridge has been/awarded the contract for the new Salisbury Times, building on a bid of $400,000. ' ' Ground for the one-story brick, steel and aluminum structure is to be broken Nov. 27. Construction is expected to take a year. , The paper's 91 employes have been invited to bring shovels to take part-in the groundbreaking at the site of the old Upton St. school. Construction starts the next supplies of the metal from government stockpiles. Don't Let Your Head Cold New Vicks Wonder'Drug Nasal Spray lets you breatht? almost as if your'cold had gorie-~so you sleep! Relieve head-coldidistress of blocked, stuffy nose — so you sleep — with -Vlcks new nasal ' Kpray.Medi-Mist. Use ifae Clinic- Style Atomizer as directed. Feel swollen membranes start '.TidoV gptze.' 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