Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 5, 1952 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, February 5, 1952
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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MIX TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 1952 FIVE Federal Dispersal Plans Lack Maryland's Support By FRANK TAYLOR AP Special Washington Service WASHINGTON— i/p, —outright opposition or "wait-and-see" positions are being taken by Virginia and said the plan this year would have to be better to win his support, Byrd said he will "fight the plan as hard as I can." Maryland congressmen on gov- j T he program would cost four or ernment dispersal plans. i- ive million dollars, he said, and The dispersal plan calls lor con-! 1 " 6 workers would have just as strucUon of four new government i much chance of being killed by buildings, each housing about 5,000'bombs In event of attack, as they workers, within 20 miles of Wash-i would have if working in Washing- Ington. • i ton. President Truman, in his budget 1 Robertson said he believes the message last week, urged approval \ dispersal plan is for the most part of dispersal legislation. ; a dead issue since government em- "I am convinced," the President Iployrnent here is less than predic- Eaid, "that- any program which fails 'lions made last year, to place primary emphasis on dis-; "The additional space will not be persal to nearby areas would not be, needed, and therefore I think for in the interest of security, effi- i the most part the plan is a dead cient administration or good area j issue," he said. i planning." ; "I opposed it before, and we are Senators Opposed ;on much stronger grounds this Opposition to the plan was ex-i time." pressed by Senators Byrd (D-Va).j Robertson said he believed the Robertson (D-Va) and Butler (R-j plan would be "terrifically expen- Md). Isive and unnecessary." Senator O'Conor (D-Md) told a reporter' he prefers to postpone "In my opinion it would hamper the operation of agencies by scat- comment until studies have beenjtering units into nearby Virginia completed of plans. | and Maryland," he said. He opposed the plan last year.j Butler, in stating he will oppose I the plan, said "I don't see any sense | in moving some government workers | out and moving others into Wash- j ing ton." j The plan, he added, certainly will (not help nearby Maryland com- jmunities, but rather would add to their burden. Rep. Smith (D-Va), whose district includes nearby Virginia areas, said he does not know yei what : stand he will take. "I'm not planning anything now i until I see what shape it (the plan) i wiil take," he safd. | Rep. Sasscer (D-Md), whose dis: trict also probably would be affec- i ter, said he would want to see the (plan first before saying how he i would vote. j "I would vote for dispersal against i decentralization," he said. Decen- ! tralization, in terms used by gov- j ernment officials, would be transferring agencies and units to other cities rather than into areas near Washington. Sasscer said he is opposed to decentralization because he is against any ''dismantling of agencies in Washington as the national cap- i ital." Decentralization, he added, also would be "far more expensive." i Rep. Beall (R-Md), part of whose ] district also is involved, could not | be reached for comment. Wesley Cook To Return To TWUA Position Soon < Wesley Cook, former assistant j rayon director for the Textile Workers Union of America (CIO), will I Cook, who will succeed the late ;be m Cumberland in the near future KJdgelev Legion Meets Herbert Payne as head of the TWUA j to assist in the reopening of the in'Amcelle contract for wage revisions. synthetic yarn division, is the United States winding up his activities as labor consultant to the ! When the giraffe-like okapi was j discovered in 1900, it was called "Africa's unknown mammal". The California gray whale, now Economic Security Administration re-appearing in growing numbers resume his union duties soon. He|in Austria. 'alons the Pacific Coast, has been has been serving with the ECA in| Playford Aldridse. president ot, considered extinct three different Europe for several years. (Local 1874. TWUA. said Cook will i times in history. 75* AT MOST HARDWARE STOWS OJRTtfi IDRSTfR vmt FLUSH ma New Gabardine ZIP - LINED GOATS WITH 100% WOOL LINING Fitted and boxy styles, in the newest shades, for Juniors, Misses $17 QA and Women • ' «vU Ladies' All-Wool Coats Many lovely styles, in every size and color ....... 13.90 Have You Entered GARDELL'S February COUPON CARNIVAL ? CA1H>EUS-150 BALTIMORE at GEO/RGE Better In A P. S. Mkt You Can Always Do MRS, FILBERT'S OLEO DRESSING GREEN GIANT PEAS DEL MONTE SARDINES 2 ,...39c In Tomato Sauce Lge. 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