Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 25, 1955 · Page 19
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 19

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• Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taktr EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1955 NINETEEN Contractor Begins Work On West Side Levee For Cumkrlarid-Ridgeley Flood Control Project Rex. E. Dexter, resident engineer for the Corps of Army Engineers on "the $17,000,000 Cumberland-Ridgeley flood control project, said work on the West Side flood levee is underway. The levee is one of several planned during the current contract being constructed by the E. J. Albrecht- Company, of Chicago. Fill for the.earth levee is being hauled over the old Blue Bridge, which was taken out of service recently when, the new interstate bridge was opened. The old span is to be removed during the course of the work on the Section I of Potomac River Channel Improvement. Ttie contractor this week started laying 42 and 48-inch combined sewer pipes in East Ridgeley, near the site of the future pumping station. Work has also started on a sluice gate at Lehigh Street, on the West Side for a conduit which will pass through the new levee. Also started was forming work for the foundation of the 600-foot Ridgeley flood wall, at the upstream end of the project in West Virginia. The contractor is expected to begin pouring concrete for the flood- wall soon. Completed is the placing of sheet piling cut-off across the Western Maryland yards in Ridgeley. The interlocking steel piling has been driven to within a few inches of the railroad ties, and is designed to prevent flood water from running in back of the flood wall. Sand bags would also be piled on top ol the piling hi case high water threatened. Similar cut-off piling has been driven at the approaches to the Western Maryland bridges on the Potomac River. There has been no lost time due to accidents, nor any property damage serious enough to report, since the work began on June 6. When the Mackinac Straits Bridge between Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas is completed; in 1957, it will have a suspension span rated as the longest in the world. Good Democrat STAFFORD, Va. (ffl — In tvery election since 1885' Amos Montieth has voted in Stafford county's White Oak precinct—and always for Democrats. The 91-year-old' maa hopes to vote for the Democratic nominee for president in 1956. •* 4- • •* » . '*< » «« « "i • »* * Wm* IT COSTS NO MORE TO GIVE S.T. LITTLE FINE QUALITY ...SILVER... CHINA... CRYSTAL! A Stunning 40-Piec* IN *^v. S&v >Ki»£ FINE CHINA . . . Can be under her Christmas tree . . . enough beautiful china to set a complete family dinner £§ "for 8! It. costs only $10.00 down and $10.00 monthly, *• with no carrying charges. Choose her favorite pattern from over 30 of the current favorites. We'll gift wrap and deliver it! Here's what you get: 8 Dinner plates, 8 Salad plates, 8 Bread & Butter plates, and 8 cups and saucers. CHOOSE FROM THESE FAMOUS BRANDS: •LENOX •FRANCISCAN • HAVILAND • CASTLETON •SYRACUSE •FLINTRIDGE • PICKARD • PASCO 1 Same easy budget plan available for those who.have already started their S. T. Little fine china. Make up your own tailor-made service. ALl PATTERNS IN OPEN STOCK. /J She'll be thrilled to receive a.com- plete 24-piece service in her favorite crystal pattern ... choose from our wonderful collection of nearly 20 beautiful designs by Fostoria and Tiffin. All.yon pay is »5.M down, $5.00 moathly ... no carrying charges. Here'* whit jam get: * Footed tumblers, S Sberbcrto, I Juke (laiset. tteirt'HuUr gilt boxed eni wrappW, rwrfy tot undtf (At Chiitmas trtt! Gifts of enhance the Home Fomer! What homemaker wouldn't be ftrMed to set a beautiful table with gleaming Sterling Silver ... on Christmas and every festive occasion! W« mah« X so easy for you to give her all *h« essential pieces she needs this Christmas. Select her favorite pattern from over 70 of the nation's leader*. ; CANDLE HOLDERS from . . . $10.00 SILVER BOWLS from ... $12.00 A complete 28-piece service for <S in hatxkwoia <*ert (6 knives, 6 forks, 6 teaspoons, 6 salad for-ks, S table^oons. 1 sugar spoon, 1 butter knife) ' • . ; ' } ' • ' You Pay Only $15.90 Down . . . $15.00 a Moo* No carrying charge! COVERED DISHES from . . . $75.00 Same easy terms available to'those who •want-to add to their present silver service ... make up your own tailor- made service in either flatware or holloware senrkig pieces Pattern* By America's Finest SUversmithtt • TOWLE. • GQRHAM. • REED & BARTON. • LUNT • WALLACE • INTERNATIONAL • KIRK • HEIRLOOM .-.*•'•• ALL PATTERNS AVAILABLE IN OPEN STOCK/ Co.

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