Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 31, 1952 · Page 3
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Phone ^4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1952 THREE Baltimore Transit Strike Hit Merchants Heavy Financial BALTIMORE—«P>—-"I must have stayed open from force of habit," a store owner said glumly. His retail merchandising colleagues shared his gloom—they were the big losers in the strike that kept Baltimore's buses and streetcars idle for 19 days. The consensus among retail men was that business for January was off about 30 per cent over January of last year. They say, however, that only 15 to 20 per cent of that figure is due to the strike. The rest they say. is a reflection of a nation-wide drop in sales this month as compared with January ol 1951 which was considered a scare- buying period. Theaters, almost empty the first days of the strike, made a partial recoverey. but losses figured to run fairly high. Even the Enoch Pratt Free Library suffered. The librarian thoughtfully declared a moratorium on fines for overdue books. The loss In revenue was put at $2,800. Large firms spent huge sums of money to charter special busses to brin? their employes to work. The Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Company, for example, paid out $30,000 for that purpose. STACEY'S F-R-E-S-H-E-S-T FISH Sea Bass Ib. 49c Flounder Ib. 49c Rock Bass Ib. 59c COOKED SHRIMP CHINCOTEAGUE OYSTERS LARGE NO. 1 SMELTS HALIBUT STEAKS IFRESH CRAB MEAT 40 FATHOM FILLETS STACEY'S MARKET 51 N. Centre St. i i PHONE 66 ——— Most industries reported attendance at work was good, regardless of whether or not transportation was furnished. A large proportion of the city's workers hitch-hiked or joined car pools to get to their jobs. One young bank employe candidly admitted she had "never had been to work on time so many days in a row in her life." The taxicab business, surprisingly, was not as rushing as had been expected. Robert Preedman, president of one cab firm, said the strike "didn't do too much for us. Because of publicity and experience in other cities, people either doubled up or stayed home." Freedman said daytime cab business was up about 10 per cent. He said there was little effect on night business. The head of a large chain of gasoline stations said gasoline sales were up. "but nothing sensational." His explanation—cars which normally would be carrying housewives around the city on shopping and visiting activities were brought down town and parked for the day. Among the real winners were' small loan companies. Most of them '. agreed they had a definite spurt of; business. Transit workers lost an' average of 1 $127.80 each and the company put its revenue losses at $1,178,000. Busses and streetcars began run- i rung again Tuesday. The APL Union | and the Baltimore Transit Company I were in agreement on terms of a | contract that would provide raises '• of 21 cents per hour over a'three 1 year period. ! Late Monday night the Maryland ; Public Service Commission granted ' the company the right to charge two j j cents for transfers for a period of; 1 120 days. The action was an emer-; i ger.cy ipeasure designed to give the ! company immediate financial relief pending a review of its fare and ser- i vice structure. A request to eliminate a bargain rate—seven cent [ares for tlfe second ride when taken between the hours of 10 a. m. and 3 p. m.—was denied by the commission, Regular intra- clty transit fare is 15 cents. Work At Hotel To Be Pushed G. Bland Hoke, manager of Bedford Springs Hotel, Bedford, Pa., has announced plans for a renovation program to cost from $100,000 to $150,000. (day. The resort hotel will be closed; They are Betty Jean Knotts, School Crowns Four Queens Four girls -will be featured i 1952 Allegewi, yearbook of Allegany High School, and they were crowned "queens" at an assembly yester- until April 15 in order to carry out the job. Mr. Hoke stated that as soon as renovations are completed, the re- of Allegany's United Nations Clu' and is a member of the choral clu: and of Alpha Delta Kappa. Sh played the lead role in ADK's recen production of "Goodbye, My Fancy. Miss Brewer, sophomore queen, 1 Four girls will be featured in the;a member of the Art Club and o the United Nations Club, and is lo cal 4-H Club leader. Darlene Miller is a member of th school choral club and is a pianis and accordionist. senior queen; Adele Williams, jun-| ior queen; Betty Brewer, sophomore queen, and Darlene Miller, freshman queen. sort will again be operated on a j Ralph H. Webster, Allegrany prin- "year-round" basis. The hotel willicipal, crowned the senior queen, be reopened before April 15 if the, Coach Walter L. Bowers, the junior work is completed before that time, j queen, Football Coach .Robert E. The work will include complete Pence, the sophomore queen, and redecoration of the Evict House, Harold C. Wickard, Allegewi advisor, | Beautiful Women Not Only Feature Of Bali completion of work in the Colonnade, and addition of 20 rooms and the freshman winner. After the coronation ceremony, 75 baths to the Barclay House. j each queen was presented a gift A program of improvements has | from a local jeweler, passes to local been under way at Bedford Springs for several years. The extensive work will be completed when this year's program is finished. Police Speech HALIFAX, England.—HNS)—The 124-man police force of Halifax, Yorkshire County, has been ordered to take speech lessons. Local magistrates complained that the policemen talked so fast when giving evidence that they could not understood. be theaters, and complimentary tickets to "The Silver Whistle," the senior class play. Charles E. Wickard, co-editor of the Allegewi, wrote the script for the program and directed its staging. Francis Aronholt, sports editor of the Alcohi Mirror, student publication, was announcer. John Gornall was master of ceremonies, and Beverly Price, crown bearer. Each girl stepped through a huge replica of a page from the yearbook to assume her throne as her name was announced. Miss Knotts, the senior queen, is Gartens Egeberg Borvhegrevink; a member of the yearbook staff and and his Norwegian party were first i is active in Alpha Delta Kappa, the to set foot on the Antarctic conti-i school dramatic society. nent, in 1895. 1 Adele Williams is vice president France recently completed a man-, made port at Abidjan, capital ofi Africa's Ivory Coast. I "YES" to 4 out of S employed men and women—married or single—who apply for a loan. "YES" to a payment date that fits your payday. Phone, come in, or write Pvi&mtal today! loans up to $10OO CASH YOU GET payment) covar •vtrythingl Loam $300 and l«» mad* widir (tit Maryland Small Loan Act. (Md.| FINANCE co. 2nd Floor • LIBERTY TRUST COMPANY BLDG. i. W. Cor. BALTIMORE ft CENTRE SIS., CUMBERLAND Phon« 721 • Daniel Doplto, YES MANagir SINGAPORE — (ff) — Bali, i seems, has something more to offer the world than beautiful women. Malaya's federal government ha announced the importation of 1 head of Balinese cattle — two bull and eight heifers. It says the ani mais are suited for either beef o draught purposes. Racket Joan HOLLYWOOD. — (INS) — Joan Crawford was presented with : ceremonial racket kflown as hagoiti because she is the favorite screen star of Japanese film fans. Prescriptions We Deliver Free Up to 3 Miles By Auto and Bicycle We Mail Your Prescription or Send by Bus Within 50 Mile Radius Just Call 3646 or 943 Walsh-McCagh Pharmacy MARYLAND'S LEADING PRESCRIPTION STORE 101 N. Centre St. Free Delivery THE GREATEST CAR EVER BUILT IN THE LOW-PRICE FIELD The big 1952 Ford's completely new 101-h.p. high-compression, low-friction Six, with free-turning overhead valves, is the moat modern Sir in the industry. And Ford's high-compression V-8, now 110-h.p., is the most powerful engine in the low-price field. Both are available with performance-proved Fordornatic Drive. Ford's new Coachcraft Bodiea are longer, Mronger, . . . distinctive in their modern beauty. New hull-tight construction aeak out dust, weather and noise. And Ford has more color and upholstery combinations than any other car in its field! Tlvj *52'Ford brings you riding comfort new to kfae low-price field! With front springs t« flared to the weight of each model, longer rear .springs and diagonally mounted shock absorbers, Ford's Automatic Ride Control for '52 gives ycm the smoothest, easiest ride of them all— a level ride on straightaways, »n even k»el on curved. With micb modern design and engineering features «a new Flight-Style Control Panel, new Power-Pivot Clutch and Brake Pedals, new Center-Fill Fueling, and new counterbalanced hood and deck lid, Ford adda up to more dollars and cents value than any car in ks price class! t/>ern aff Both the new Ford Mileage Maker Sir and the Strato-Star V-fi have the exclusive Ford Automatic Power Pilot. This completely integrated carburet ion - ignition - combustion syntero gives you high-compression "go" on "regular" gau— a money-saving feature. With narrower corner pillars, picture window! all around and a rear window that's 48% ku'lfer, you have "all-direction" vision that sdda to your enjoyment and your safety. The *52 Ford baa longer wheel base, wider front tread and greater length. It's big outside and big inside, with spacious seating for six and the largest luggage V • i locker of them all. It's a big family - » **• car that's a pleasure to i The car that has made greater strides •forward for'52 than any other in its class/ ri<« Driff, Onrdriix, »M< wiAtwat Ura Hf mn •tW ton-Joiw foiaft on CuJtomli** 5edo* optional at extra roaj. CftrfpnMA mff43forift onrf trim fubJMt to etanf* wiJJioul notie*. F.CJL You ccm pay more but you can't buy A better! Come in and see it* ST. GEORGE MOTOR COMPANY 215 S. George Street Cumberland, Md. ?hone 580 Store Hours: 9:30-5 osenbaum's A TRl-STATi INSTITUTION SINCE UU uoila/ first report from Betty Green, our fashion accelerator, in Paris for Paris-to-Rosenbaum's "Hook-Up" Like Money in the Bank ... Popular, Different dobbij stripe That Gives You the Last Laugh at Washing 59$ Sanforized chambray In sizes 14 '/4 to 26 *,«. Easy as a lark to wash and keep fresh and bright. New and delightful dobby stripe. Coat dress style with novelty tab collar. Peacock Blue, Gray, Brown. THRIFT BALCONY ROSENBAUM'S, Cumberland, Md. 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