Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 17, 1957 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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Dial PA' 2-4600 for;a WANT 'AD Taker WallStreet Hears... EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, MAY,'17, 1957 NEW YOJ1K-- (IN'S) - Wall Strbol hears: Merger talks involving Diamond Match and Continental Can or Ciihlmcnlal Can and Lily-Tulip Cup, or Is it -Diamond Match and Lily-Tulip? •, • • • . Decision due soon on International Railways of Central Ameri .Vlcan damage suit against United' *Fruil. But appeal is likely no 1 matter which side is favored. { Complete lino of frozen foods— | from soup to nuts— being tested by Reynolds Metals' Eskimo Pie Division ... Talk of increase in $1.75 Chas. Pfizer dividend to $2 by the end of year . . . Strength in General Electric attributed in part to scheduled Unveiling next eek of new J-79 Jet engine, already in use by Air Force Jji bombers, fighters and! * guided missiles. Engine is parlj V of CK effort for larger share of ' market for jet engine develop ment and manufacture ... Increased U. S. auto sales this spring liave included British cars. Total British sales in the first quarter passed 11,600. up 160 per cent from a year ago . . . Market comment— A, M. Kidder and Company: "The immediate prospect for earnings and dividends is still good enough to carry slocks higher." Agriculture Briefs...... WASHINGTON (INSI-The lasl remaining portions of Florida's mcdfly regulated counties will be (ree of .all federal and state con- Irols May 21. The initial quarantine of affected medfly areas was pul into effect May 16, 1956. During the year's federal-stale cooperative campaign the federal regulations have been operative for varying periods of Broivard, Collier, Dadc, Henry, Lee, Palm Beach and Pinelbs counties. Officials estimate that about 10 million dollars was spent lo wipe'out Ihe fruit and vegetable jesl since its discovery in Florida last year. f<f K'fty'JkK •\'\'i- \h -fc ~ > 5 -< ** i.', - v " %^m^i^^iK^sm r^- ' -?:tmMWiM&:m'^ ••'-*:. ; £.:>'.,v-^''.'!j ; - : t. '.;:• •'-'^/'•>;; ::•">', '>, .-•;? t .'-. .' J -. .-. .„! ... • .«-),.-.,..'•,-;„;„- A1 J, CAUOUSESI 0-ScWIs Zino-pads TYPING FOR TEENAGERS 'A Skill For A Lifetime/ Morning Classes Monday through Friday You'll earn "A's" for: .. BOOK REPORTS TERM PAPERS JOURNALISM CORRESPONDENCI NOTEBOOKS HOMEWORK Individual Attention Agel2yearsandup REGISTRATION: MONDAY, JUNE 10 Write or Phone CATHERMAN'S Business School Phone PA 4-0966 Cumberland, Md - --iJars over me same period a year -••••• *«"** — -i^u/ — -WJLJOU «-<mjr BJJ UJ ;ion o( a newsprint information'c'arlier. Net profit amounted ** Oil Corp ' President P. C. Spencer zona a " d Committee by a group of' 1 ~^** " >rit ~~ " ** .said fodav h& antrn'naf *>c n "charr, Canada's leading newsprint producers was announced lodav ACCUSED SLAYER'S Cllll.DREN'-These arc the three children of A. Clifford \Vatson, arrested at Cincinnati yesterday in connection with the two and one-half year disappearance of his mother, Mrs. Pearl Hartlagc from Crawfordsville. Ind. The children, left to right, are Peter. 8; Janice, 2, and Juanita, 7. Police said Watson admitted he killed his mother following an argument and then dismembered her body, burying it under the house in which he lived. He claimed the shooting was accidental but said he cut up and buried the body because "1 didn't think anyone would believe me -" CAP Pholofai) Business Briefs in (he number of shares landing. NEW YORK — (INS) —Forma-,lars over the same period a year by a group of $1,532.391. or $1.03. compared said loda » he anticipates a "sharp ~. . . , . »Hin«, „„>«„,!„, _ ™"'**" " . Harold S. Foley of the Powell River Co., Ltd., chairman of the commit tec, said the group hopes to promote better understanding within Ihe U. S. of the newsprint industry's problems and achievements in , meeting the ever- growing paper needs of Ihe American press. He noted that 74 per cent of the newsprint consumed in the U. S. comes from Canada and that this represents 81 per cent of the Canadian producers' market. with si.413,850, or 51.09 per share on a smaller number of shares by h's company BURBANK. Calif.—IINS)—The characters may be fantasy but the profits are real for Walt Disney Produciions. Stockholders were advised today that gross revenue for the six months ended March 30 reached $16.457,000, a outstanding the previous year. NEW YORK — a\S>— Pan s American World Airways reported today it achieved record gross revenue, but lost money, in the first quarter of 1957. Revenue was up about 57,000,000 to $66.786,000. but increased expenses brought a net loss of $1,494.000 as against a profit of 52,700,000, or 43 cents a share, in the same period of 1936. starting in the final quarter of live." Ihe year. He told the annua! stockholders meeting that production at three recent discoveries is awaiting transportation facilities which will be available as the year progresses. NEW YORK—UNSi—Sales and earnings of E! Paso Natural Gas showed improvement in the first quarter. Operating revenue was up nearly $10,000.000 to $64,307,000. while net climbed from $7,501,602 lo 57,703,916. Per share income slipped from 66 to 59 __ ,^ u v'«.T." ,wu, a uiwumv ^uppeu irom ot> 10 O. gain of about three million dol-kents as a result of an increase (ADVERTISEMENT) Residents Here Get $100 Cash Now for Spring Shopping A "Shopping Money" Plan for persons wishing to make new- purchases for Spring is now being offered by Aetna Finance Co. The cash amount of $100 may be obtained on name only by any worthy person, married or single. Out of town persons also invited. "\Ve want everyone to have as much cash as they need," said the Aetna manager. "That's our business — and we're here to serve folks promptly and in friendly fashion." Larger amounts up to 51000 are also available for overdue bills and other expenses. Anyone wishing to use thi:. service is invited to see Aetna Finance Co., 4S N. Centra St., Dial PA 4-5800. (Loans over J300 marie under Md. Industrial Finance Act) out- WASHINGTON UNS>—Agricul- uralists from a score of states will convene in Hershey, Pa., May 19-21 for the annual meeting of Ihe Northeastern Association of Commissioners, Secretaries and Direcfors of Agriculture. Sessions will be devoted to pending and proposed legislation affecting state and national agriculture and topics will include the status of animal and plant diseases and agricultural marketing programs. WASHINGTON' (INS) - The Agriculture Department reports a brighter outlook for western rrigation water supply prospects. In general, said the department, the May outlook points to easing, but not reversing, the pattern of the last six years' in which April water supply prospects ranged from adequate in the Paicfic Northwest to criti -- ._ * ii»-_uv i»ui Hi west lu villl- NEW YORK — (INS) — Sinclair cally short in southernmost Ari- New Mexico areas. oil production , erial £,,.. - hc h Venezuela make a fare increase "impera NEW YORK—(INS)—National Airlines reported today lower and earnings for the .hree months ended .March 31. Revenue dropped about $50.000 lo $18,579.000, while net income fell to SI,504,341, or SI.44 per share, compared with $2,251,141. or S2.18 a share, a year earlier.! President G. T. Baker attributed! the lower earnings to the "con- : Attention Master Masons Members of Ohr Lodge #131 and alf Master Maiom are requested to meef at the Masonic Temple, Saturday, May 18th ot 1 P. M. for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother Archibald C. Willison. KENNETH R. YOUNG Workshipful Master P. KEYSER Secretary N«wi-Timti May 17 AJv psenbd urn's THE SHOPPING CENTER OLD FASHIONED BARGAIN DAYS Special in BETTER BLOUSES 3" to 6" Ktgularly 5.9S to 10.58 (/ Color Play We've reproduced authentic clan Tartans in happy-go-lucky sun-and-vvater cottons. "Tartan" Bermudas, at left, are cripp poplin with a side zip and pockets to boot. The "Tartan" Tab Shirt (at left* is cotton broadcloth with the same Scotch theme on the bullon-dovn collar. Bermudas (at left' in red or blue plaid, sizes 10 lo 16. Shirt (at left* in white with red or blue plaid. Sizes 30 to 36. 6 98 398 This authentic "Tartan" (at right) is sate for sun and water. Brief "Tartan" Tommy shorts in crisp colton Poplin have a back zip. Red or Blue Plaid in Sizes 10 to 18. 198 SPORTSWEAR — SECOND FLOOR FIVE' 3>$enbcium'$ Can Change Your outdated Fur Coat into a Stunning New CLUTCH GAPE or STOLE 49 50 NO TAX! Fur Jacket at 79.50 No Tax The above prices include cleaning, glazing, new lining and choice of style. See our Furrier Saturday for Help in Selecting of Styles or Fr<* Estimates on Any Fur Repairs, Certified Co!d Storage Piui Cleaning and Glazing, SPECIAL ^798 (Includes Insurance to $154.) STORAGE PHONE PA 2-6000 for Positive Protection in ."Certified" Cold Storage FUR SECOND FLOOR THE SHOPPING CENTER her name is - SMART SUE Yes, sir, that's our baby— the best dressed girl in the crowd. She's on her own— buys her own clothes, but you'd think her dad was an ofl baron. We're spending the week-end with thif wonderful Junior— won't you join us? That dreoiny-to -look-at, cosy-!o-cdrc-/or cotton and dncron fabric. Tico scooped dresses iflitli smart crushed cummerbund waistlines and full, full skirls, one with beautifully detailed fishiail back. _ V Stoop Kick, Ciuihlil Cummerbund Wahl, Galhtud Ml Win, lat»t law ano 1 fiikloil lack. Main, Hut or Mini. Sim 7 to 15. 10.98. _ Stoop Nltlt, Ovih«d CummtrWJ Walllliltt, ColUr.d Full Sl.'rl. S.I.I1 il In Moil., Ku« w Mini. Sim 7 lo M. 10.99. FASHIONS — SECOND FLOOR 1 '•" • \ ^

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