Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 28, 1957 · Page 3
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for a WANT AD Taker Tornado Proof Houses Seen ANN ARBOR, Mich. „_„ University of Michigan researcher says tornado-proof houses can be built for between $50 and 5350 above initial construction costs. George W. Reynolds of (he University's engineering research institute lias been studying tornado scenes since 1919. "Houses can be built (o survive most, if not all, such storms," he saiil. "I have yet (o see a single case in which a house boiled to 'Is foundation was deslroyed. This Ji not conclusive proof, of course, bul it is suggestive." Reynolds said adequate internal bracing and proper air venls also would cut down damage. Most Teemtgers Given Polio Shots In Slate BALTIMORE (fl _ The Stale Board of Health says more than three-fourths of the Marylanders under 20 have received one or more inoculations of the anti- polio vaccine. The 75.7 per cent of the 961,000 persons in thai age group is not far from the slate goal of 85 per cent. 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU . . . AND WE'HE OPEN 24 HnS. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY Centre St. CLOSED SUNDAYS Baltimore Avcnua OPEX SUNDAYS FREE RESTAURANT PARKING Any Hour Day or Night 1 Vi Hour Free Forking With CAS VMSH 1 Hour Free Parking Wilt> CAR GREASE JOB 1 Hour Free Parking With OH CHANGE MURPHY'S ~ ' ONE STOP T«l PA 4-O04S Cornir Cinti* and Hauiton Relocation Of PE Lines Costs$12,312 Potomac Edison Company has informed (he Mayor and Council by letter that estimated cosl to :he city for relocation of electrical ulililies in the Potomac River! channel improvement is $12,312. The leller was referred by the council to City Attorney Thomas B. Finan, Cily Auditor Arthur B. Gibson. Finance Commissioner, John J. Long, and City Engineer Charles Nuzum for study and re- porl. Finan said Ihe city is obligated to pay the cost of relocating the utility lines under its contract with the federal government for the flood control work. The contract stipulates (hat the cosl of any utilities which must be relocated shall be borne by the city unless -the ulilities are located on public land. Kinan stated that Potomac Edison acquired easements lo the properly along the Potomac River channel from the old Ci-0 Canal Company in 1925 or 1926. He said the levee along the channel there encroaches on the line of high tension power line poles, necessitating their being moved The atlorncy also stated that first estimates or the cost were about $35,000, but that an alter nate plan was forwarded to fil in portions of the canal area lo enable the PE to move the poles at less cost> EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND MR, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1957 Five To Receive Honorary Degree it W.Md. College WESTMINSTER. Md. «i _ The Rev. Preston \V. Spence. formei superintendent of the Easlon Dis Irict of the Methodist Church's F'eninsula Conference, will receive an honorary degree from Western Maryland College June 3. ] Other Marylanders lo be similarly honored at the college's 87th] annual commencement exercises include Dr. Warficld Firor, Dr. F r a n k C. Marino and E. McClure Rouzer. all of Baltimore and James E. Bennett, superintendent of Wicomico Countv schools. PROUD OF ZERO — Jim Steele, 14. of Bethlehem, W. Va., proudly chalks up a zero representing "days missed" curing his eight years at Bridge Streel school. To keep his record intact. Ihe boy once ran away from home to keep his school attendance record intact. (A? PhotoFoi) Local Musicians To Aleel Thursday The next regular meeting of Local 787, American Federation of Musicians, will be held Thursday at 7:30 p. m. at the Labor Temple, 125 South Liberty Street, despite the Memorial Day holiday. ' James K. Andrews, secretary ;for the local noted that in a re- jcent publication of newly elected officers of the local, the name of one officer was omitted. Charles D. Dietz was re-elected to the position of sergcant-at-arms Now Is the lime to visit the JAMESTOWN FESTIVAL Colonial Willhuasburg • Historic Virginia VIRGINIA BEACH • Norfolk • Old Point Vrav.l 01 JOHN MUM <Hd' TAKE THE BOAT yM'H mfoy yowr trip more I W»*« fc- I. Vlrglnl. I...I, .. ... IIJY.I <v*rr o««.r d^y M 6:30 p.m. (0.5.1".) (AWTOKOMLU CMIHOJ fc»J to 1,1A, d Kt.AlI.1 <v.i for_! l*lriMO«i ntr 1, Fmt tt,^, Mrimor* 3, M4, IAmo0« 7-1400 WASH1N6ION: Wk.rf.7tk 1 Molu Av.., !.W., W=J,. 14, D. C., ST^in, J-5<I s LOW FAR! to Norfolk 50 OLD BAY LINE THREE Ridgeley Lions Club Elects denl: :hird nell, treas lamer. Clai Perry e Ridgeley Lions Club elect- fficcrs lasl night al a meet- al Ihe Perabce Lounge. cy are Kslon Turner, presi: Paul Foltz, firsl vice dcnl; Howard Rhodes, sec- vice president; Carl Johnson, vice president; Jack Cor- secretary; E. B. Spiker, surer; Rev. Harold May, lion er. arence Harlman, tail hvlster, y Davis, Leon Hammond, yd Coffman, and William riem, direelors. A directors' ing will be held Friday at n. in the office of Leon Hamd al which lime plans for the installation ladies night wil Car) Johnson to have an eye a deserving Wi It was reported Ridgeley and Wil plates was quite only a fevf remai Two Hidgelcy i will be sent to In YMCA Camp Ho sons /or a wee Iraining in June Lions. Humidity refer. of waler vapor ir Some 70 million people — utmost 80 per cent of Amcrlcm'i newspaper readers — are comic I be discussed, was authorized examination for iley Ford boy. Southern States CUMBERIANO COOPERATIVE 811 N. 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