TWELVE EVENING TIMES.. JGUMBEULAND, . MD, . FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1957 Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT AD Taker ANNAPOLIS, Wi — The Courtl The Brayshaws and the as- Will Kc Covered BySocidlSccuriiy CHARLESTON' — All 55 conn- of Appeals has ruled that a per- sociulion had appealed from an t y boards of education have ap-conducted Tuesday £ son seeking to block the issuing Anne Arundel County Cireuitlpiied for Social Security for according to Rex E of a liquor license must show lie Court order which upheld I h e (heir teachers, the office of Audi sidenl engineer of t would suffer some personal in- Slalc appeal board and the countyltor Edgar B. Simi r damage "different in'board of license commissioners iniyosteritiiv. Only 'Personal' Damage To W. V«. Teachers Final Inspection Of Flood Control Section Scheduled Tuesday J . " Will «/> r/iiMiwZ * Halt Issuing Liquor License The final inspection of Section )erland levee from the Moose l of the Potomac Iliver phase of the Cumberland • Ridgelcy flood protection program will be conducted Tuesday at 1:30 p. in. Dexler, re ,s announcediKngineers. character and kind from that of 1 the general public." ' The Glen Buniie Improvement Assn. and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brayshaw failed to make such a showing in protesting the issuing of a tavern license to G. N'elson Davis oh the Grain Highway, the court ruled. issuing the permit to Davis. They protested Davis' lavernlapply, scn i j n j| s papers yes- The formal inspection will in- Hampshiro county, the last loiclude all of Ihe Kasl Ri'dgolej was within 1.000 fcot of "two churches and a public school." Davis' attorneys said there was no violation because the license was not for a new location but for a place of business already eslablished for the sale of liquor. Fully Dressed FRYING CHICKEN WHOLE Ib. 37,: CUT UP ib. 39* RED RIPE Watermelons 20 to 24 Ib. Avg. A&P KETCHUP 14-Di. Bits. Sultana SALAD DRESSING Jar Juicy CALIFORNIA LEMONS 6 ,„ lei day. Teachers formerly were not eligible for Social Sc- euvily because they belonged to ! | the Slate Teachers Retirement f System, but Congress changed the law about two years ago to ] make them and members of | other pension systems eligible. The Auditor's Office, whichl serves as Ihe Social Security! agency for the state, said ap-j plications were received a fewjl days ago from the boards of edu-i cation in Mercer, Ritchie and ] Jackson county boards. Harlan M. Justice, chief clerkl in the Auditor's Office said all I counties now have Social Security in effect for their teachers. I Teachers in all 55 have voted favorably on it in county rcferen-1 dums. The Mercer and Ritchie appli-J cations were for coverage effect- j ive July 1. Jackson County wants, to back-date its coverage to April j 1. All three applications were ac-; cepted. \ Justice explained that the next; step is modification of the state's 'agreement with the federal government in order to cover the ^additional counties. Public employes who are mem-j !bers of pension plans such as the' iStale Teachers Retirement Sys-| Stem, previously excluded from Social Security coverage, became eligible under an amendment to the federal law about; 2'/z years ago. For coverage ofj! teachers, county school boardsj must provide the money to match employe contributions. Retains Power The speaker of the House is; not acling president when the' president and vice president both! iare out of the United States alj [the same time since there is noj such position as "acting presi-' ident." The president retains his power wherever he goes. flood levee and Ihe West Cum lome to the new Blue Bridge. Other portions of the $817,480 contract awarded to the E. J. Albreeht Company, Chicago, in mid-1355 were turned over to the the Corps of city about a year ago. The same company was recently awarded the contract for ings to determine what lies be channel excayatjon on the Ridge ey side near Smith Island. Albrechl crews, building walls [or Section .2 and ,3 of the Wi.U.s Creek phase , are stopped tern' porarily in an area between Valley Street and the BiO Viaduct A drill rig is making tost bor- Scction 2 of the Potomac Kivei phase and is now working valing for loo walls in (he he of the creek have not been ab! .0 find rock bottom where it wa low Ihe surface. Crews which have been 'cxca Officials said it is possibl plans may have to be rcvisei if suitable rock base for Ihe to< walls cannot be located at a res sonable depth. • '.•••' Meanwhile, crews of the Hazel wood Construction Company arc ruling the lasl lift of the flood all- just below Ihe Baltimore 'icet Bridge. 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