Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 4, 1957 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 4, 1957
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Dial PA; 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker June In West Virginia Is Month For Licenses EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND, MD.. TUESDAY, JUNE 4, incs of incs of. WC " are ,„• soon •Via(Oil, lIlC Lnj.jjdiimvm wi iiiuiUI'j ..Vehicles and (he beer commission-! cr's office all have extended (heir hours. i > ... . • .t — • ^ ./i CUVJJl will be wailing Ihcir turn for automobile, store and beer lice/w; \, , ., , • , .. I- PaWs. the lineTnuto H'oTS a^Ul TpT license plates has been the long-JMonday through Friday and from vivil milfhi T 6 ' h<m ' cv ? r '" ll '«rcj9 l ° noon Saturday, EOT. The for siTe T" C co "?i 1 ? titi °nj Bccr Commissioner will remain Tax Department, where all srorejs. The' Tax^Dcpartmcnl^viillVc" censes will be , 5 sucd for the firs.jccpt license applications from 8:30 , : • • |a. m, until 5 p. m. Monday through Store owners formerly could' l '" ri<l »y and Saturday unlil noon, buy (heir licenses from county There's a reason for the last- Clerks. ,7 hanks to the 1957 f.egis- ininule rush, of course. It's illegal laturc, all business licenses now[to drive a ear after June 30 with must come direcl from Ihe Tax .'out a new grecn-and-whilc plate ucparlmciit; ' lTavcfn»niay not legally sell beei -•—' — —^ after that-date without a new license. Stores face a penally if (hey are not properly licensed by July 1. New motor vehicle licenses of dl classes issued up to today I totaled 210.0110. The department I expects (he number lo reach a I half-million by (he end of the .June Hrstv. Tola! registration for I the license year which is ending ] has passed 600,000. Ahoul 2,000 new beer licenses al- I ready have been issWd. licenses I of all classes for the current vear I totaled 5.42C including 3,89-1 "tav- I ern permits. The most complicated license I procedure of the three is the new I system for business licenses. Pre- I viotisly, such licenses were issued I on a calendar year basis in coun- I ty clerks' offices as well as here. So far, Supervisor llerben Nolt- AFL Delays Action On CIO Merger ™ WASHINGTON W - The Mary, land and Districl of Columbia Federation of Labor, holding ils four-day' convention hero, lias postponed until tomorrow any ac tion on a merger wilh Ihe Mary land C/0. . SEVEN/ County's Mentid Health .;;• Unit to Join State Group FEDERALSBURG, Aid. <fi -(Howard, Dorchester and Garrelt The Maryland Assn. for Menlall counljcs ««»»». Health now largely limited to the j ,. .' , „ Kaslorn Shore, expects to expand' Ie sa "' tlle Mental Hygiene So- greatly by fall, President Foster! 0 ' 0 '^ of Greater Baltimore also' W. Talbott has said. {is preparing to affiliate. Talbott, who was re-elected! During 1356, Talnotl said in his presidenl at yesterday's annual ; annual report, Ihe Kastern Sho^e , ---.-. meeting here, said seven more'contributed an average of 10 cents A provision of the proposed con- chapters are expected. . ! per person lo menial health comsmuitoii: for the merged groupj The Ballimore man said Ihe as- pared wilh five tents in Baltimore' aicw objections yesterday fromisocialion has chapters in Caroline,X'ity and Qallimorc County and federation members attending ihc[St. Marys, Talbot, Wicomico and two cents in the remaining co.uri. oiii annual convention. DelegalcsjWorcestcr counties. Expected to ties. Korty per cent of the associ- saici u would give (he CIO grealcrU'oin are chapters in Allegany,[alien's support came from" the' onvention volmg slrength. jAnne Arundel, Cecil Charles. Shore, he said Hie proposed constilution would ~" ' ~ give union locals one convention vote for each 100 members The constitution of the federation limits large locals lo 10 voles Francis Filbcy, president of the Baltimore Federation of Labor and other delegates said the new! change would permit larger CIO locals to out-vole smaller ~" ' locals. PAY UP TO LESS for the amazing Slant-Needle SINGER* than for many Zigzag needle machines -A. ^_ . Do lovely Decorative-Stitching with Automatic Zigzagger and Smoothest Straight-Stitching ingham reports that "several I-thousand" applications have come Lin from the 35,000 stores in the | Stale. Here's how Ihe new busi- jness license system works: ! ' If a>store has no vending mach- ;inoi and sells no tobacco, ciga- I rc'dc's; or soft drinks, Die owner | needs only a special store license. 1; sells 'tobacco or soft drinks I; or lias a vending machine which line owns, lie must have a general jstorc license. In addition, he must have a decal sticker on each i vending machine except for pay : telephones or postage stamp 'machines. OAKLAND SCHOOL KESTIVA1 Beverly Skipper, in fronU was crowned queen of the Oakland Klomenfary School spring festival by Foster Rjggs, principal. Others shown in the picture are Jeff Getty, Ihe king; and James Gibson, Mary Jane German, Orlin Trickelt, Terry Helbig, Donna Martin, Donald Bit- tinger,-Keith Cannon, Sally Buckliaiinan, Jitrly Harvey, Larry Schlossnaglc, Thomas Patterson, Darlene NcfhKIfiTTtsTmas Prince, Barbara Zepp, Robert Sharps, Ruth Biscr, Dianne Morrow, Deborah Laivton. Kay Martin, James DeBerry and Joyce Glolfelty. The scene is at the school. Dr. Willard S. Parsons, Of Halethorpe, Dies BALTIMORE Ifl—Dr. Willard S.] Parson, vice president of the Aermican Society of General Practice o(_Maryland, died here yesterday after being taken ill Saturday night. He was 59. • Dr. Parson, a native of Mount Jewell, Pa., had practiced as a physician in the suburb of Halethorpe for 33 years. He was a graduate, of the Medical College of Virginia. A veteran of .World War 1, he was active in the American Legion and was a Mason. Dr. Parson 'is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mildred Welsh Parson, two brothers, two sisters, two sons and a grandchild. Ocn of his sons. Dr. Willarri R. Ridgeley Post Sets Election Knobley Mountain Post 136 American Legion, Hidgeley, wil. elecl officers today from noon unlil 8 p. m. Three members are running for Ihe office of commander They are William Knieriem, Ells worth Thompson, and K. Alber SINGER, SEWING CENTER , 65 BALTIMORE ST. TEL. PA 2-3060 In addition to stores, there are I! 12 categories for other businesses, |!|yhich must have general business ,^., ul ,,,a omi^. ui. niuaru rv. I]licenses: automatic vending mach-jParsons, was graduated yesterday I;ines, trading stamps, circuses andjfrom the St. Louis University l.carnivals, itinerant vendors, hawk-JDenlal School. T.ers and peddlers, junk dealers, Wolfe William .McCullougli, Karl G Brant and Raymond Hershbergei will be running mander. Other employment a g'e n t s, collection | agencies, public shows and theaters, fortune tellers, howling alleys-billard parlors - bagatelle |;businesscs, and pawnbrokers. All will receive license cerli- for vice com -... - nominees art Charles Jack, adjutant; William Thompson, chaplain; Elmer Iliggs, historian, Roland Showers Sr., service officer: William An drews. child welfare, Archil .— - --,.- „ Lough, finance officer; Rober longer requires soft drinks orjDowling, sergeant - at - arms tobacco licenses. He also asked) Tnomas Cowan, Americanism of men ihat the Tax Department no for such ilems as vending mach- iincs and pool tables. Nottingham reminded business- new licenses. store owners lo turn in their licenses for calendar 1957 when they apply for the 1357 - ficer, and Leroy Fleming, three year trustee. - --~ — .-..*, _>,iw- \n\.j o^,|ji« lul lilu laof - OO ticates except for decal stickers licenses. The old 1957 license, he cent of their value in paying for, ~,. ..,„ uiu %JJ , llv( . 1J3t> (JC About one rjuarter of Unite( explained, will he good for 50 per States families which have an in come of more than $7,500 have more than one .car. No Vice Pre The United Stales has been without a vice president 15 limes. Seven succeeded lo the presidency on the death of the president in office, seven died, and one resigned. The front and hack v lcgs of a giraffe are the same length, Swiss alphorns, made (o signal Between niounlain peaks, are as much as 18 feet long. • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE Ul l/> UJ < v> UJ > l/t ^ IU < UJ > in • Ul •4 in Freshen the Impression with Footer's Fine Quality Dry Cleaning at these Special Low Prices DRESSES BtautifuHy Dry Cltantd and Prttttti. (plain) 99$ SUITS Ladiai ' or Men'i (Ham) 99c PANTS SKIRTS Sweaters (Plnin) 49c Harry FOOTER & Co. CLEANERS Jtcnj In Cumberland, LoVol*. ftotlbufg KIVIII & fitdmanl or Phoni PA 2-MOO foi Pick-up and DilixrY Dress • |N OU(f OWM ctANr ShirtS * MISSING BUTTONS. REPUCED Laundered . CEUOPHANE WKAPPED c/> ^. • < m tn m i/i m IS) •< • m • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE • SAVE SHERWIN- WILLIAMS House PAINT& • Stretches the years between paint jobs -'-^ • For alj types of exterior surfaces .'.'.X^' • Easier than ever to apply • Beautiful, fade-resistant colors • Endorsed by leading painters • Your best buy -WILLIAMS PORCH and FLOOR ENAMEL Top-quality enamel for indoor outdoor wood and cemont. floors, deckj and steps. Stands up under tough weather nnrf w»ar. PAIMT s SUTPtY North Centre at Polk St. FURNITURE V COMPANY; WAREHOUSE SALE \. • MUST CLEAR OUT ENTIRE WAREHOUSE! • ENTIRE STOCK GOING AT GIANT SAVINGS! Shop Wolfs 4 Floors Every Item Reduced *1.00 DOWN DELIVERS ENDS WEDNESDAY! % OFF • No Mail or Phone Orders! • No Layaways i • Easiest Terms Available 42 BALTIMORE ST., CUMBERLAND and KEYSER, W. VA. ANY ITEM IN STORE Makes No Difference Nationally Advertised or Not (For the first lime, this means every national advertised- brand, only Fair Trade ilems excepied) Look for the Sale Tags!

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