Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 22, 1955 · Page 11
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, '^CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1955 ELEVEN Some Concessions Granted On Statewide Port Proposal BALTIMORE tfi - The Joint Port Study Commission has granted some concessions ,, to Anne Arundel County in its proposed legislation establishing a statewide port authority to develop the Port of Baltimore. . . But the commission refused to accede to all the demands of the county commissioners. \ The county had requested that the legislation be altered'to require th'e authority to pay taxes, rather than "payments in lieu of taxes," on any county land it. used to improve the port. . Members - of the commission okayed the change yesterday, adding .the provision that the amount of the taxes" should be negotiated by a member of the port authority, .a.county representative and a third party to be selected by the other two. The county'commissioners also proposed that Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties and Baltimore City name their own. representatives on the authority with the governor naming,, the two raembers- at-large' rather than .the governor appointing all five members. The commission refused. It said it believes the authority could not be effective unless predominant responsibility is placed in the hands of .one person. But it did do this to assure that no one section would have more representation tha,n the others. It provided that the two merhbers-at-' large may" not''come from "any of; the'three principal political subdivisions^ ' . -' •:. . Penn Besl Whole DREST TURKEYS 5 to 15 Ibs. 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Tabak of California offered a lean, slim, costumed look splashed with color and punctuated with a drawing-room 'manner, while Sir James and Zolot delved into-morie ribbon prints and silk sweater costumes. ; • Zblot's. new ginger knit ensem- jbles were favorites, as were the designer's striking .sun dresses of ribbon frill pique. j" City-bred linens bobbed up in Tabak's creations, smartly turned into shaft jeckets, sheath dresses Cut out this ad as your reminder r "JOJJRHE" LIBERTY TRUST" CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW! Deposit Weekly $ .50 ...... 1.00 . ..... 2.00 3.00 5.00 10.00 ...500. The Liberty Trust Company CUMBERLAND LONACONING Member F. D. I. C. ' Member Fed. Res. 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