Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 28, 1957 · Page 7
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Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker Career Corner B> JOAN MAVAUEn KKV! VORK UN'S) — Any- Red Gross Bloodiiiobile Visits To Coiintv Set ...... . •>' _ The schedule of visils of (he milleos, Sanner said Dr EVENING TIMES, .'CUMBERLAND, MD;, /TUESDAV, MAY .28, 1957 City To Pay meos, anner r , CrOSS b1ood . mobi| e tor IheJKaw has agreed to serve as body selling real estate has to her" i rOSS Woodniobile i.. „ _, part psychologist, pan sociolo E isl'i ' yca ' r st fi )ng July 1 Chairman of scheduling, to as- and part super-salesman. fc, arrrahngo)d ^ ' he ,A" e f».v sign physicians on a volunteer The psychologist section of thisfank commute 1 " • btoot-ltasi, lo assist at each blood col triple career personality mu S f cordin . lo c . w I 1 5,?: r .l°^" 1< ; '- V P C . »! l^l )le W « man of the Hed , The volunteer cojnmittee forl./ul ^^ '' '" Work Costs £5,000 Repave Job On Mechanic Street Followed Scwcr Line ~ -—" - —""•/; The Mayor anu council has ore new fiscal period include dered payment to the U.S. Army! ,L Cu '^. Crlan d i.. J : uIy ,..?- Engineers of an additional 55.000 -for construction work on . r".~ «*—-w... *,,iv 6 «i«jr oau^vica iwuugraiory. flood control nrnWl Hip'rA ant chairman; Mrs. Nor-September 9. Cumberland; Sep. j£UMechanic Street' was i - . . ----- (,..-.•••«•! Taylor, recruiting cha r-lember 10 Westernnori rtrinhpr i J . . II? street "'as borhood is taking,'what area is r,an ; Mrs. Eugene T. Cunning,'?^^™nUriand OcK^3 Fros. I'i , ° f" C ^ * whilc as becommj. popular, whnl sections .assistant recruiting chairman: burg. November \ I Cumberland-^cwcrf-' PU , •'" * " CW 24 ' inCh A,,ct (he. salesman third of the chalrman;'"^^: SlTRamhc&S^? 1 ^ 8 '! '/^ ">'" he "^Ccl^ real estate broker is vital smc^Arnibrustcr. assistant nursing open. January 6 Cumberland i ln £, $a " he business'is, highly compel!-chairman January 7. Frostburg. February!,,,;; y !£ , :i '•- - . ' J ' te bloc(l program advisory 3, Cumberland; February 4 , . The U. S. Department of Labor committee includes Mrs. llam- ! Wcsternport March 3 Cumher'i ° r reconimend? beginners start with mondAmick, Hill Crest Drive; A.:iand; March 4 open'April 7 i- ' jin established real estate firmTisgo ' Brust Jr., 120 Greene Cumberland; Aprils Vrostbur°'-v !i' 6 " "~ —— before ^branching oui on their Street; Dr. W'ylie M. Kaw Jr., May 5, Cumberland- Mav «'i' North Meclianic Street from the own: Your local real estate board Nlrs - ^corgc Henderson, Brad- l.onaconing. June 2 Cumberiand-'j vlatiLIC ' lo Bow slrcet . it was can'•:give ^ you job openings lo lfcK '' i finad; Dr. \V. Royce June 3, open. ' 'discovered (here was not enough track down. Pay is usually on a ""'8 Cii ' Mrs - N'illinm S. Jcnk-: Mrs. George \V. Iccge j{ e( ]/ ounci;>ti '" 1 for tne slrcet commission basis. " ! ' ns . 20 Bealls l.ane, Frostburg;[Cross execulive director said the! :r Charles ~R. Nu- that «-hcn (he con- dug dovin approximately into the ground to put new sewer line along ^— .-,.-, - —i - —v-— b ,j_.v>.i<, LA^^uim: uiieuior, saia me A good general education, with J.' ona d • w - p "cher, 308 Schleyj"open" dates probably will be to industries cooperat ,L]H.ldl tUUtdUOIl, \Vlln ' •»^.«j»-ii jvi* Lj\-iutj j UJJtJl emphasis on F.nglish and rnathe- Slrl ' ct; JIrs - ^ T ° rman Taylor, 771|assigncd matics. is desirable, but a college 1 . 1 ;^' 0 " 0 street : and Dr - S. G.ling with the local blood'bank rtaornn ic nnt n nnn ^ " ClSman. In addition to these two com , degree is nol necessary. Many states require compe- tcncy tests and licenses. Informa- 1 lion about your slate require-' mcnls, plus possible real estate! education, can be obtained from "preparing for the real business," a pamphlet published by (he Katignal Association ef lie.i! f:stale Boards, 2.' Wcsli Monroe Street, Chicago 3, IHi- ng with [program, or for extra visits -ithe city, as needed. Foundation Collapsed — ^^^-^^^^i^^^^^z: Jaco by On JBridge ^^ . Wins In Any Distrilmliou |> 1 REXALL SUPER Plenamins 36 • $ 2.59 FORD'S DRUGSTORE Cumberland Ond Frostburg WKST * 10984 »Q1CU KOSTH CD) ! * AKJ5 V 8 7 S 3 ' •» K78S *•* M; ' EAST AQ163, » A8 'SOXTTH ¥ AKJ42 . + 1095 Ho one vulnerable But :- Soolh Wi»l Pass 1 + / i » a J. 1V Pass Pasj By OSWALD JACOBY Wriilrn (or NKA Sfnict South had a weak overcall and jif his partner had not jumped all The foundation under the slreet at the lime caved in when the excavation for the sciver line was made, and it was not pos- jiiWe to fill in under the concrete . slab base of the street. The additional cost of tearing up Mechanic Street to put in a firmer foundation and then re- paving the street necessitated the extra ?5,00fl, Niizum said. Col. George B. Sumner, dis- Irict engineer for the Corps of Engineers, wrote the Mayor and Council asking payment for the work which required 400 square yards of concrete paving under the contract modifications requested by the City Engineering Department. Other Actions Tn other actions taken yester- the way to game he would have played for a part score only. In order to make game South tad to hold himself to two diamond losers and no trump losers. East won- the opening club lead with the ace and returned a Irump. South won ruffed a club in dummy and W a second daJ " h TL "'^V^ »«JK =!!?~ « -- --- needed as temporary easemenl area for flood control work. Commissioner William V. Kee gan commended Herman A. Cun spade was ruffed in hope that the queen would drop. When this did not happen it was* necessary to go after the rti ^ ninsllam and E ? sl i'heir work as city firemen afte - 8 ' 1 acceplcd lheir resie , - , (a great little guy u:ho loves G. L. M.*) ,, 1 ,u .and played the five of diamonds. East played the eight and South the nine. This play constituted a finesse against the ten but it lost. West led The council also referred a let ler from the Civil Service Com mission to Commissioner Keegan and to City Attorney Thomas B Finan. HEADS B'ER£HAVIM—Max Spear was elected president of B'er Chayim Temple at a congregational meeting Sunday. Other o/ficers named are Simon Rosenbaum II, vice president; Leonard Schwab, vice president; Maurice Milberg, recording secretary; Bert Lazarus, financial secretary, and David Sigel, treasurer. -Members of the board of trustees are Clarence Lippel, Milton Beneman, Irving Mil- lenson, Mrs. Morton Pcskin and Rudolph Mendelsohn. Man Loses Automobile | Trying To Save Huhcap i VALDESE. N. C. lft~A \ r aldese motorist stopped his car on Mineral Springs mountain to retrieve a hubcap. He got the hubcap all right. But as he did his car rolled down' 100-foot embankment. Girl Scouts Stage Rally I The Senior Girl Scouls of Troep5.12 aiifcK will hold a rally this evening at the Girl Scout Ifomel'A luncfi«m was scheduled for 5:30 p.m. During the 'evening program several members of Senior troops will describe the program available for Senior Scouts and give the highlights of their own troop '.programs during the past year. jSinging will be led by some ot ;the Senior Scouts and folk dancing by Mrs. l.oren Morey a member of the board of directors. Intermediate troops with members eligible for Senior scouting jhave been visiled by Senior Scouls during this recruitment campaign, in order lo discuss Senior scouiing and answer questions. Plans for (his event were made at a recent meeting of the Senior planning board with Mrs. Henry Robb> advisor. { Paul's Wonderful C ) Cemetery Basket f* 1 FOR J> Decoration Day r $5.00 — Gtod! — C PAUL ni«l — Clod! — Ccrnoh'on FLOWER SHOP Phone PA 2-0033 STACEY'S BLDG. How come/ he's so very relaxed? CUMBENAND lAVAU Mtmbir F«d. R«i. Syiiem 1ONACONING M<mbcr F.D.t.C. Because- 'He's a member r of the Liberty Trust VACATION CLUB! 1 '' •• Deposit Receive Eoch Week in 50 Weeks 55.00 $50.oC- 2.00 100.00 3.00 . 150.00 S.OO 250.0CP* 10.00 500.00 4 Your Bank Is The Best Place To Save -i - . fourth spade.] The letter recommended two! South ruffed that and laid do;vri;c'ianges in the city code pertain IT" ;the jack of diamonds. West was ' ' "" . Hoo smart to cover but that didn't ing to examinations for and firemen. The changes would from make the educational require U 'I. .matter. South played low ( ..._ .„,„,. c 'dummy and East had to playjments for police anJ firemen one Ihe ace. "(year of high school instead of^' U is interesting to note that! 1 "' 0 - a " d would require the cit}, Souih's play would have worked' lr P a J T medical fees for c^amin 1 against any combination of cards al ' 0!1 - s ol applicants. 1 that included the ten of diamonds' Commissioner Keegan said he in the East hand or against Ihci wiih6d to conlfr "''th both the! singleton ace in addition to the policc and r ' re cniefs before any, actual holding. action is taken on the recom mendations. Q— Tlic bidding has been: North Eist Sonlb . W«1 I » "~ Pa-w, 1» ^ Pass 34- Pass ! . You, South, hold: ^ For Quirk Sale LOS AN'GELES i.n — A lady answered an ad for a "unique foreign car." She found it was a 1927 Essex with Vancouver, B.C., license plates. 'HE ATE ALL MY GOOD LUCK MARGARINE PARTY SANDWICHES THEN SAID 'LET 'EM EAT CAKE'i" And uvre Uiey good! 1 cup shrimp paste, blondcd with 1 cup Good Luck Margarine, '1 tbs. lemon juice. Super-scrumptious "cause JGOOD LUCK Margarine tastes as Iresh ot VThat do you do? A — Bid three diamonds. Toe art on yoor way U> a sHm bo{ thtre b no TODAY'S QUESTION You hold the same hand. Your \ partner continues the bidding i w-iih forar diamonds. What do you ' do? j- y Answer Tomorrow. AT MILLENSON'S ... 7 pc. Chromecraff King-Size Dinette Ask For Free How To Paint Booklet jDown In TIic .Monlh 1 MANITOVVOC, Wis. (S— William Schramm. 35. whose 5-year- old son, Ronald, objected to leaving his family have his tonsils removed, solved the problem by- going to the hospital with Ronald ;3nd having his tonsils extracted las well. STACEY'S MARKET 51 N. Centre St. DIAL PA 4-6566 F-R-E-S-H FISH OYSTERS CRAB MEAT G. C. MURPHY CO. 138-148 Baltimore St. Cumberland SHOES for SUMMER luxurious, «ushiony-soff o.ung lo .-.ft you „, u>. ,„, or ^ n,;,'^, In Tu-Tones • GREY • TAN • BLACK and WHITES 9' Lowest Price ever: 6 FOAM RUBBER CUSHIONED CHAIRS AND TABLE Now . . . smart modern black tube with sparkling brass . . . o big slyfe favorite in a big family dinette. Features, polished brass banding, solid brass ferrules, double guaranteed, no mar plastic glides, mar-proof top. Only ot Millerison's can you get values like this. 3/7 a C?oe. • Only ot Millenson's Con You Find a Volue Like This * Ample Parking Facilities » Open Every Monday to 9 p. m. y . i •i v, w , >, - i ,. KkMu-^wk «. 1

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