Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 31, 1957 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 31, 1957
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Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1057 SEVEN Contractors Must Meet Stringent Qualifications To Get SRC Work BA1-T1MORK \f> — New, more stringent qualification requirements for contractors seeking State work were adopted today by the Stale Roads Commission. The "prcquaiificalion regula- lions." drawn up with the aid of the Maryland Contractors Assn. were first submitted to the commission by Chief Engineer Norman Pritchcll last week. T)iey were adopted effective Aug, l. The new rules require: 1. The prime contractor lo list his equipment and experience be fore bidding on a contract instcac of alter receiving I he contract. 3. Subcontractors lo be prequal- ificd. 4. A financial slalemenl from all contractors staling how much work on a dollar volume Ihcy are capable of handling at any one me. Although the new requirements will not go into effect until Aug 11 Slate law requires contractors wishing lo bid for State jobs to submit their equipment and experience questionnaires 25 days prior to Ihc effective dale, which would be July G. The financial statement of ca pabilily also will be due at Ihl time. r near Wades Bridge in Anne Arundel County. $414,000 for a bridge over th Vashington Circumferential High vay at Ihc Washinglon-Annapoli: Expressway. The state will match the fedora 'unds in conslruclion of each o these projects. robe Looms Over River Betting Plan Flouting Casino In Potomiie Jlivcr Touches Off Fuss BALTIMORE. W — A plan lo operate a floating gambling ca- Programmcd [or Baltimore Cil sino in (he Potomac River off was $1,985,000 in federal aid urbanJFrceston Point, Va., has touched funds for a $3,150,000 Korlhern'off plans for an investigation of I Parkway project. This left an un-j Maryland licensing of drinking I programmed balance in the,and gambling on the Virginia I State's allocation of federal urban ' It Costs No More To Give Them Fine S. T. Little Quality funds of $1.634,754. [Local Group PI ana In other business today, the .Dinner This Evening 2. The prime contractor to lis comm j ss j on approved S7,822,OOOJ worth of federal highway aid I the subcontractors he plans lo use nl the lime he submits his hid. Graduation and Confirmation DRESSES to suit the most discriminating (Use Our Layawoy or Your First National Charge LILLIAN'S GIRL SHOP 64 Bollur.or. SI. agreements with (he federal government. 11 also approved the programming of $1,985,000 In federal aid urban funds already available . the State for use by Baltimore ity. ' • The agreements with the federal government made available these federal funds lor the following projects: S3.960.000 for the relocation of U. S. II from U. S. 40 at llagers- town northward lo the Pennsylvania State line, a distance o( about five miles. $1 418.100 for construction of, dual bridges to carry the Balti-jlTDO from Brown University (more Beltway over Patapsco niv-[rthode Island. shore. Del. Maurice Cardin (D-Balto. 5th) said the investigation would be made by his House Intergovernmental Cooperation Committee. He also said that unless rabuation Officers will he elected by the. Allcgany County Chapter of thciliquor license issued by Charles nternational Council for Exccp- Count;, to operators of the gani- ional Children at a dinner meel-jbling and drinking boat is witli- ng today at 6:30 p.m. at All drawn and a requested slot machine license is refused, he will sponsor legislation to strip the county of its slot machine privi- eges. Cardin said he would do so on Lhe premise that the county was encroaching on Ihc welfare of another state in the issuance of licenses. Ghan Shrine Country Club. Arthur C. Howard, safety director at the Kelly-Springfield Tire Company, will discuss the employment of handicapped persons in industry. Mrs. Margaret Fault is (he president of the chapter and John Manley is president-elect. President George Washington received an honorary degree in HAMS FIRST GRADE FAMOUS BRAND TOP QUALITY Hundreds of Suggestions in Every Price Range for Your Favorite Boy or Girl Graduate Every Gift Beautifully Gift-Wrapped With Their School Colors 1 12 to 14 lb. Average LB. 52<t POTOMAC FRUIT Market Corner Frederick end Centra 5t». Phone PA-4-0234 The situation surrounding the :ambling boat was discussed in in'a telephone conversation last night by Gov. NfcKeldin of Mary land and Gov. Stanley o( Virginia Stanley said McKeldin as surcd him he would use all ol hi jinflucnce to prevent operation [the boat. | For many years drinking and (gambling halls have operated on ! piers extending into the Potoma from Colonial Beach. Va. Mar> land owns the river to the low- water mark on the Virginia bank. While Virginia prohibits slot 'machines and sale of liquor by the drink, four Southern Maryland jcounties permit both. The Colonial Beach operations are licensed in JMaryland. I Gov. Stanley said McKeldin told ihim he would like to see the. | Legislature repeal la\vs which permit the granting of liquor and slot machine licenses on the Viriginia side of the river. I McKeldin quoted Stanley that "anything Maryland would do to get rid of the slot machines at Colonial Beach would he ap-| predated." ' The Maryland governor has written Charles County authorities urging them to withdraw the liquor license granted the persons iwho plan to operate the boat, the 'old bay steamer Tolchester. And he urged them to refuse the request for a license for 200 slot machine?. i Charles County commissioners \ plans to meet with the county ' liquor board next Tuesday to consider the governor's request. Men Like Jewelry, Too! 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