Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 29, 1955 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1955 NOTICE Nolle* is hereby given that the follow- in» ptrioni have filed application with the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Alle- eany County to *ell alcoholic beverages In Allegany County, under the provisions •et. Article 2B of the Alcoholic Beverasei Laws of the State o£ .Man-land. i Character of License, name ot Applicant and for whom applied, the residence of applicant, location of place of business and owner o( premises are as follows. cLAgs IID-I _ BEJ . R Applicant: Donald K. Wilson; residence of applicant: 630 Lincoln Street, Cumberland, Md.; for whom applied: Donald K. Wilson', location ot premises: 168 N. Mechanic St.. Cumberland. Md.: owner of premises: The Henry Neumann Estate. " The expiration date of a» licenses granted will be the 30th day of April next after issuance. First publication of this notice is 'Nov. 19, 1955. JOSEPH K. BODEN Clerk oi the Circuit Court for Allesany County .Adv.—Nov. T-19-29 CLOSED for the season I Thanks for your splendid patronage- We hope to see you all next year! Top Teams Win In Liquor Action The top three clubs in the South End Liquor Dealers Bowling League marked up shutouts as pacing Spa Bar trimmed Fourth District Democrats, runnerup Outdoor Club downed Exports and Wonder Bar won over VFW. all by 3-0. Decker's Bar nipped Racey i* Lynn, 2-1. Leading team pin spillers were Tom McGeady 212 and Lou Bell 555, Spas; Joe Hemmis. 177, Democrats: "Harp" Bland, 216-431, Racey & Lynn; Vince Becker, 207515, Deckers: Charles Drew, 144419, Exports; Joe Wagner. 175-489, Outdoor Club; Dick Kite 180 and JRich Clay 506, Wonder Bar; "Ace" [Moore, 175-431; VFW. Standings:" LITTLE SPORT Seals 7 Franchise Bought By Bosox COLUMBUS, Ohio UR—The Bos-*ton Red Sox have bought the San Francisco franchise for S150.COO in; a deal calculated to strengthen the Pacific Coast League and are ne gotiating the sale of their Louisville farm in the American Assn. Joe Cronin, Red Sox general jMarylaiid State ! Declines Prairie Spa Bar .... 26 Outdoor Club 24 Wondtr Bar. 22 Racey, Lynn 19 7 Decker's Bar 19 14 3 Demo. Club. 10 23 11 V F W 3 25 14 Exports :-. r — Htlp Fight TB , EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained from, the Orphan's Court of Allegany County, Mary- 'land, letters Testamentary on the estate ,of Henrietta Frances Gerdcmann Cook, Hate of Ailegany County. Maryland, cle- [ceased. All persons having claims against fthe deceased are hereby warned to ex- Ihibit the same, with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated, to the subscriber on or before the 18th day of May, 1956. They may otherwise by law be excluded from '•all benefit of the said estate. All persons knowing themselves indebted to [said estate arc requested to make immediate payment. Given under my hand this 18th day of November. 1955. Mrs. Henrietta M. C. Ponton Executrix, 31 Prospect Square Cumberland, Md. Adv.—T-Nov. 22-13-Dec. 6-13 w. iJ manager, surprised the minor league convention last night by _ buying the Coast League -outlet as 2s Cleveland's Hank Greenberg sat : 'back and waited for the club to fall into his lap. Assured the Red Sp.\ would do "everything possible" to have a contending club in San Francisco, L~B»y Christmas Seals-J Send in Your Contribution TODAY LEARN to DANCE Frivol* or cloit irutruction in . oil forms of ballroom and stage dancing. Skillful men and womtn mttructori. MOVER DANCE STUDIO 231 S. Mechanic St. Fig/its Last Night By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Tony Johnson, 174, New- York, stopped Billy McNcece, 171H. New- York, 3. QUEBEC — Fernando Gagnon, 118, Quebec, outpointed Jerry Simpson, 117, Montreal. 12, Display Classified PRINCESS ANNE, Md. tfi — Un-j| defeated Maryland State, football champion of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Assn., isn't going to the Prairie View Bowl because of "athletic injuries, a long and difficult season aiftl attention to class work." These reasons were cited yester-Sj day by Vernon E. McCain, coach and athletic director of the Negro the league's directors approved the|school, as he announced that Mary- sale. I land State had declined an invita-S In addition to the franchise, the tion to the Jan. 2 bowl game atj Red Sox acquired the contracts of 19 players,including veterans like Gene Bearden, Wally Judnich and Bill Serena and who have had a whirl in the majors. Houston, Tex. The team had a 9-0 record this season. ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO BIDDERS THE MATOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF CUMBERLAND. MARYLAND WATER-WORKS IMPROVEMENTS Sealed bids addressed to the Mayor and City' Council of Cumberland, Maryland, will be received at the office of the City Clerk, City Hall. Cumberland. Maryland, until 10:00 A. M. E.S.T. Dec. 12. 1955. on which date they will be publicly opened and read for the following: Two (2) complete- mixing, fioculating and settlinc equipment units, for use in two (2) 45-foot diameter circular hopper bottomed upflow contact basins, together with circulating equipment, motors, air compressor, control equipment, valves, chemical piping and appurtenances. De- liverv'to be made to Cumberland, Maryland. .; Drawings of ' the contact basins . in which the equipment-is to fit and specifications of the equipment may be examined at the office of the City Engineer, City Hall, Cumberland, Maryland. Copies . of'.the Specifications may ! be obtained- from the office of the City Sooners Also Had Dark Football Days LINCOLN, Neb.—(NEA)—It was a different story when Oklahoma came here to play Ts'ebraska this season, but old-timers still talked about the Sooners' attitude toward the 1928 contest. A beefy Nebraska club ground the Sooners to a 44-6 defeat—one, expected by players arid fans."" Buster Mills, who scored Okla- loma's lone' touchdown on- a 42- yard dash, summed it up neatly: "I wasn't trying to score—I was running to keep from getting killed." ••••••• Engineer,' City Hall, land. Cumberland, Mary- Thc Mayor and City Council reserve the right to select the equipment which in its judgment will be-.best suited for Its requirements, and to waive any informal! ties and to reject any or ail bids. THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND • Roy W. Eves, Mayor William J. Edwards Commissioner of. Water and Electric Light Robert T.'Regester Consulting Engineer Baltimore Life Building Baltimore 1, Maryland Adv.—Nov. N-T-29-30 EXECUTRIX NOTICE THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscriber has obtained fvom the Orphan's Court of Allegany County, Maryland, letters Testamentary on the estate of Michael H. Miller, late of Allegany County, Maryland, deceased. All persons having claims against the deceased arc hereby warned to exhibit the same., with the vouchers thereof duly authenticated to the subscriber on or before the 18th day of May, 1950. 'They may otherwise by law be. excluded from all benefit o the said estate. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said.-cstate arc requested to make "immediate payment Given under my handjhis' 18th day ol November, 1955. BERTHA 1. MILLER, Executrix, P. O. Bos 553. . ' Cumberland, Md. Adv.—T-Nov. 22-29-Dcc. 6-13 -SHIRT Laundered -R-E-E IF WE RETURN ONE WITH A BUTTON MISSING SHIRTS ONLY (CASH & CARRY) , /l-VISI / Phone —t VISIT LOANS then come in for CM!) . J25 to J250 or more, on signature, furwtute. or car. Btnefiaaf FINANCE CO. LIBERlt IRUM CO BLOC > CUMIERIAND PA-Z-BTJI Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Display Classified FOOTBALL STAR to SISN FOK. LITTLE SPORTS RECORD FEE ' WANTED OLD GUNS (POWDER CANS) txcovoting — trenching — Grading We Are Equipped Io Do foui lob With 200 Pieces 'ot iuuipmrnt Shav«l». Cron«». Back Ho«i. Irtnehinj Mcchinti, Ooswt. C»mpr»»tor» and. Orillt, Buck*! laadtrt. Iractor-TraiUri foi Hiavy Hauling. Trucki. etc rOPSOIl Fill GROUND ROAD MATERIAl! Baughman Contracting, Inc. TELEPHONE PA-2-4588 Write Oui-oMdwn f Collector Bex 824-AX, Tiro«s-N«w» LIKE 3 letter from Home every day through the year: To your son or daugh- }ter in t the Armed Services, or your boy ot girl away at school . . . Send the Cumberland News, The Evening or Sunday Times. Call: Circulation Dept. PA 2-4600. • (Continued from Page 15) would win. Now everything points o the ^coveted bid' to a bo^-1- "Unless something is done, this may lead us farther astray." "Why, we might even carry it to the ultimate conclusion. About Washington's Birthday we could match the winner of the Rose Bowl against the Sugar -Bowl winner— and the Cotton and Orange Bowl winners. "Then-some clay, say at the Mardi' Gras, the winners of -those games — for -the 'world' championship. That would bring us up to spring practice, then fall practice and'we could start all over again." Hatcher found immediate support from the toastmaster of the "bust," sports editor Wilfrid Smith of the Chicago Tribune, who said: "I, for one, encouraged the Big Ten and Pacific Conference to form their Rose Bowl agreement. 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