Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on February 21, 1952 · Page 28
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 28

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XJLIU.UO, ^OIUX>JDIXL,AI\JJ, uijj. Zi, •el-"-' *>••»«•• Low Bidder Gets Flood Contract The low bidder on the third phase of the Cumberland-Ridgeley Flood •control project, E. J. Albrecht Company of Chicago, was awarded the contract by the Corps of Army Engineers. The Chicago firm bid $1.606,725. The George F. Hazelwood Company, of this city, submitted the second bid of $1,651,974.05 for the work. Other firms submitted bids ranging from $1,657,414.50 to $2,797,378.50. Three of the bids were lower than the government estimate of $1,747,219.20. The bids were opened in Washington December 18. They include all plant, labor, materials and equipment for the channel job. The work, to get under way this spring, provides for dredging Wills' Creek and paving its banks and bed. The job will extend from 'the Narrows Bridge to the Western Maryland Hallway bridge at North Centre and Mechanic streets Already completed are two phases of the $15,000,000 project, providing an extensive system of pressure conduits designed to carry off harmlessly water from even the heaviest downpours. Future phases in the program include the construction of a pump house to control the storm sewer when levees are built, removal of the Potomac River Dam and the construction of a new dam at Riverside Park. Combats Cattle Disease SAIGON, Indo-China — (/P) — The Mutual Security Agency of the United States recently dispatched veterinary supplies by airplane to Phnom Penh to combat an outbreak of "rinderpest" among Cambodian cattle and hogs. The disease, usually fatal to cattle, is believed to originate somewhere in the border strip between Cambodia and Thailand. Seven Sentenced On 'Shine' Charges BALTIMORE — (/P) —Seven men charged with operating illicit stills in Maryland yesterday received sentences ranging up to two years and fines up to $1,000. The men, four of whom were from New Jersey, pleaded guilty to charges of conspiring to operate two stills on a farm near Glen Burnle. The defendants and their sentences: Anthony Rossi of Blootnfield, N. J., Charles Covello, 34, of Newark. N. J., and Dav'd lacovetti, 34, of Norwalk, Conn, two years and $1,000 each; Daniel Castellano of Newark, Frank R. Depalma of Paterson, N. J., Cataldo P. Timpanaro of Baltimore and John H. Lester, 25, of Severn, Md., one year and $600 each. Sculpture Expert Gives Advice 3n Creative, Satisfying Hobby The Tastnan river in the South island of New Zealand is formed by melting Ice and snow from the Tasman glacier. ALWAYS SHOP IN a PUBLIC SERVICE MARKET and SHOP COMPARE • SAVE ARMOUR'S MILK 5 KEYKO OLEO sm 3'.89c DOMINO 10 • DEL MONTE 46-OZ. PINEAPPLE CAN FANCY ALASKA SUGAR JUICE SALMON RINSO-DUZ EGGS Pork & Beans 2 CATSUP LB. CAN 34 43 • GRANTSV1LLE • GRADE 'A' • LARGE DOZ. DEL MONTE LGE. BTL. 19 Our Leader COFFEE 71c Early June PEAS 2 „„, 25c Fri. In Our DONALD DUCK FROZEN ORANGE JUICE Meat Depls. COSTS LESS HERE Hamburg | FRANKS Boston Butt Pork ROAST 49*- Young Roasting Chickens 491 SAUSAGE 491 CHEESE Large Florida Oranges 29c LGE. HEAD LETTUCE 2 - 25c NEW CABBAGE 2 17c LGt.uKAFtFHuiT 3 23c ONIONS 3»«23c Fancy Slicing Tomatoes Z3C box PHONE ORDERS CALL CUM. 600 CPSTN 6313 PHONE ORDERS CALL CUM. 600 CPSTN 6313 armature brace inside. The arma- ;ure must be removed before casting and can give the novice trouble if Jt's complicated." Men use their hands creatively every day. Miss Margoulies points out. They make hobbies of carpentry electricity or mechanical devices. But the woman who gets little creative satisfaction from cook- Noted sculptor Berta Margoulies: "Moulding objects with the hands is an instinctive pleasure that provides practical satisfaction and helps to overcome inhibitions." By GAXLE DUGAS NBA Woman's Editor NEW YORK — The housewife •no's looking for a hobby that will rovide quick release for her emo- ions, help her to overcome inhibi- ions . and give her creative and jersonal satisfaction can find it—in culpture. She'll have to make almost no nitial investment. To begin, she'll eed only a bread-board, some ,odeling clay and two or three in- xpensive tools that will enable her o get. into corners. But her most mportant tools will be her hands, articularly the thumbs. This advice comes from a woman rtio's a noted sculptor. Her name Berta Margoulies and her works re in museums and government uildings throughout the country. Jut in the beginning of her career, he worked on a kitchen table using pounds of clay that she kept moist in a scrub pail. Today, she holds a Guggenheim ellowship and an American Academy of Arts and Sciences award, ier newest work is one showing a r oman in a protective pose with wo children. It's to be cast in ronze and presented in October. 952, with a $1000 savings bond to American woman who wins top onors in the Carol Lane Award for iraffic safety. "There is real pleasure in mold- ng objects with your hands," Miss dargoulies says. "If you're not con- inced, just watch kids making mud ies or building sand castles. Sculp- ure, - because it fulfills a natural reative urge, is widely used for its herapeutic effect in veterans' hos- itals."' Best choice of material for home culpture, she says, is modeling lay or plasticene, a clay that does ot have to be kept moist. Flas- cene is responsive and since it's mpossible to spoil it, it's economi- al, too. It allows you to add or ake away from your model in order » correct mistakes. While you can work at your obby by yourself, Miss Margoulies links it's more stimulating to Join group. If one does not exist, or- anize it yourself. You'll have more un and the group work will teach ou short-cute and give you a place o swap problems. Many churches, schools and settlement houses are glad to provide for such groups. "Because beginners become so attached to the objects they make," Miss Margoulies says, "they don't want to give them up. As they learn, however, they discover that they can recapture and even improve upon their original work. It's only when you've done something of which you're really proud that you can think of casting." Casting sculpture isn't as difficult as it seems, she explains. You can "cook" clay figures in your own oven using a firing clay meant for this purpose. It comes in beautiful shades/ranging from a pale pink to a deep, earthy red. But if you dont want to do "home cooking," most communities have kilns at the "Y," or in ,an art museum or recreation center. "There's one basic thing for the amateur to remember in casting," Miss Margoulies emphasizes, "and that's simplicity in design. Never use jutting parts that require an Prescriptions We Deliver Free Up to 3 Miles By Auto and Bicycle We Moil Your Prescription or Send by Bus Within 50 Mile Radius Just Call 3646 or 943 Walsh-McCagh Pharmacy MARYLAND'S LSADIHG PRESCRIPTION STORf 101 N. Centre St. Free Delivery ing. knitting or sewing can find the answer in watching sculpture grow under her hands. The only polar bear sanctuary in the world, other than in zoos, is on the islands of Kong Karls Land in the Spitsbergen archipelago, where polar bear breeding grounds are protected by Norwegian law. Fire Causes Damage •1 East Side Fire Company 4 and Baltimore Pike volunteer firemen were called last night to the Murphy One-Stop Restaurant and Service Station, 701 Baltimore Avenue, to extinguish a blaze in a storage room. Some damage was done to laundry and foodstuff. . i t /: New Spring Toppers '. \ for "toddlers" . . . they wash like a charm! DONMOOR FAMOUS Knit Suits Little two - piecers of superfine, butter - soft cotton, sensibly styled by Donmoor, with e-a-s-y elastic waistband, detachable suspenders, snap - open shoulders. And famous for wash- ability. Sizes 1 to 4. $2^8. Keep him warm but comfortable this spring in a bright new junior topcoat and cap to match. Expertly tailored in tweeds, checks and solid colors. Sizes 2 to 7. to $16 93 Boys' Dept. Second Floor Special... Men's Lightweight WORK SHOES SIZES 6l/ 2 TO 11 That's right, regular $4,00 regular ... 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