Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 8, 1955 · Page 22
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Dial PA-2-4600 for. a WANT/AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1955 TWENTY-ONE Four AFL Unions Request Health, Welfare Program A health and welfare plan for members of four AFL unions who work on road and highway projects has been made. , The request was Included in proposals made by the Western Mary land section of the Roads and . Highway Trades Council for a new contract with the Maryland-District of Columbia Road Builders Asso- rnt ciation. Officials of the AFL highway council met yesterday morning in the AFL Labor Temple to formulate their proposal for the contract, which will be effective upon signing. Represented were officials of Local 453, Teamsters Union; Local 1024, Carpenters Union; Local 35-B, Operating Engineers, and Local! 616, Laborers Union. ' The proposals were presented to area contractors at a joint meeting yesterday afternoon. C. E. Stutzman, vice president of Local 453, who served as chairman, said the contractors asked for .time to consider the proposals. He' said the union proposals include a health and welfare'plan. A" jointly operated health and welfare fund was the chief provision in the current two-year con tract covering, AFL ..Building Trades unions in this area." ~ Trustees of' the contractors and unions met recently to lay the groundwork for the program which will become effective next May 1 and be financed by contractors' payments of 7% cents an hour for each employe. Holsteiii f op Cow In Rating For Butter fat Bess, a registered Holstein own¥d by Carl Howsare, Bedford Valley, Pa., was the November butterfat champion of'the Potomac Valley Dairy Herd Improvement Association with 88 ^oi-nds of butterfat in 1.830 pounds of milk. Her butterfat percentage was 4.69, according to the report of Wheeler W. Arnold and Harry E. Miller, association supervisors. The report also disclosed that :he 870 cows in 25 tested herds averaged; 605 pounds o. milk. 25.3 pounds of butterfat arid 4.19 per cent butterfat. All 10 cows.on the select roll of top butterfat producers are Hoi- steins and they are owned by eight different dairy farmers. Two Women, Four Area Men Enlist Here.-For Army Service Two women and four area men have enlisted in the Army at the local recruiting sVtion, according to Master Sgt. DeNeal Phillips, recruiter. Miss Martha F. Rosedale, 83 Second Street. Keyser, >V. Va., reenlisted for a period of three ''ears and was assigned to Walter Reed Army Hospital, Washington, as a medical technician. Miss Helen L. Mallery, Town Creek Road, Oldt/nvn, enlisted for a term of two years and was as signed to the new WAG Training Center, Fort McClellan, Ala., for basic training. After completion! she has selected a career in the Army Medical Service Corps. Sgt. Robert L. Phillips, RD. .1. 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