Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 7, 1957 · Page 22
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TWENTY-TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1957 Dial PA 2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker M E M R E B CUMBERLAND REAL ESTATE .BOARD OUR CREED: "Whatsoever ye would thai men should do to you, do ye also unto them." Every Cumberland REALTOR pledges liimSc!/ to observe its spirit in all his dealings and conducts his business in accordance with the Code of Ethics wdoplecl by (fie National Association of Real Estate Boards Consult a REALTOR and be SAFE! N A R E B Display Classified JUS'! .'HE lads Ala'atm Thai's what >ou Bliould Include In want ad (I jt happens to lake D lew words more (nan the minimum don't worry about the imall extra cosl, Lt will b« money wo]l spent and the (juiciest way oJ Ktltlng Information to your prospects The/11 Do It Every Time •.«-.•*. By Jimmy Hatlo McMULLEN HIGHWAY About 1 mite from the City limits we! have- J adjoining properties for *a)e. One' Is a masonry & room bungalow with large basement and 3 car garage. Ibis properly Is very well built and Is' situated on a large lot. The adjoining properly If a 7 room frame dwelling with 2 baths that can be used as a duplex. It has a full concreted basement warm air furnace, and large yard. These properties can be sold together or separately. With proper management they could make a good Investment. mrnt. ".see PERRIN about it" Bldj. on PershJn^ SI. PA 4-2SCO Call for appoint' Ideal suburban home, situated on Ore. Si., just off Valley Jtoad, 2 story rame, 7 rooms, bath, porches, full concrete basement, hot water coal tired creed furnace heal, garage. Nice lot 80' x 245. Air In good condition, 1'rJce nly $7,350. Immediate possession, ! Don't fail la see this 2-story modern rame dwelling having 7 rooms and , iVi baths, hardwood floors, extra t: closets, porches, full concrete >asemenl, automatic oil heal, 30x2o garage and repair shop. Jjtrgc lot, 193 by 304. All In A-l condition. Situated along Valley Ilofid near cliy limlls, Meed low, Ka&y terms. Owner leaving GLENN WATSON & SON 213 Virginia Ave. PA 2-4XMO, PA 2-0278 HOME fc INVESTMENT PROPERTY 312314 Cecelia St. 2-story frame and ncW"lnBelbric double dwelling 5-rooms, shower bath, full concrete basement, rear'porch each side. Nice yard. Recently remodeled and In good condition/' Price $5,450, terms If desired. Nice bungalow. Situated along Old- <owni Hoad just beyond ciiy limits. Frame and Inselbric, 5 rooms, no batb;'. FUJI basement. Warm • air coal furnace heat, nice shrubbery and hedge. Poultry house, 2 storage buildings. 19 fruit trees, grape vines and strawberries.'All In good condition. Priced lor quick 53le. —Gl-ENN WATSON & SON 213 VlrtfLnU Ave. PA 2-4MO, PA 4-2631 A BEDROOM HOME About, 1 mtle cast of Granlsvllle, Mtt on Jtoule 40. First floor consists g living room, S5 x 15, with fireplace; (lining room 13 x 11; kitchen and break- ail nook, 12 x 20. ^Dcn and play room. >creened-in rear porch, (ront porch. -5 wdroo ms a ntl bath on scco nd floor. llascment with new warm air furnace, A beautiful yard with trees and shrubs. louble garage, swimming pool for children, tisyecifon. feet deep. Call us for Price $12,500.00 D. C. Goodfellow Agency leal Estate Storage Insurant 131 N. Centre Street Phone PA 4-2893 COLUMBIA ST. N'lce 7 room BRICK dwelling room kith 2 four room & 1 three Apts. Income, BEDFORD ST. ^ of double, 6 large rooms, 2 baths, full basement for less than *&,500. WANT TO SELL? iVe have prospective buyers for ionics, farms and 'commercial HELL TOP DR. Well built Asbestos shingle & room home basement, automatic heal, le garage. Only $10,500. TO INSPECT PHONE PA 4-MftD CARL F. SCHMUTZ B«AI Estate 16 S. Liberty SL Insurance ^ LARGE HOME First floor: Good-sue living room, sun room, dining room and kitchen. Second door: Four good-size bed rooms, with ample closet space, and modern hath. Third ftoon One good- size bed room and space for two more roomi. Hardwood floors on first floor. Hot water heat with stoker fired furnace. Concrete basement, garage, porches. Brick construction and in excellent condition. Lot 76x100. Located rto. 8W Maryland Avenue. Price .... $9,775.00 ' HARRY B. SIMPSON " - . Realtor—Insurance 113 Frederick Street Dial PA 1-5760 and PA 2-3723 Display Classified FrtOSTMURG, MD. Pwo story frame house, 6 rooms, 2 raths. H'elt located al tli Bower)' St. largaln al 515M. BARGAIN I room frame bouse containing 1 apartments, 4 rooms, bath In each fired hoi water heat, Well located at 97 apartment, gas double garage Broadway. 3eall Insurance & Realty Co. Pbooe Fbg. its - No Toll Charj« WEST MAIN ST. FROSTBUHG properties in Cumberland vicinity, nearby West Va. and and Pennsylvania. We aim to give you good service and attention to the needs of our clients; back«X W ?oi !l ft ed by thirl >' y cars experience in he real estate business. No cost 'or listing your property with us. Call us today if you wish to sell HOWARD M. SPIKER RBALTOH -- INSURANCE: JO South Centre Street J>A 2-21 r GRACIOUS HOME Ideally located on Route 23, about 5 miles south of Kldgeley Is thE 3 altrac lf . tnrr . ,,, t , , „ live six room modern dwelling with CIIESAPTOWN, MD. Fourth Ave- ilory frame. 1st ft. l>cdri jarage and workshop. Several built in features. IVt acres of land. Excellent ond.iion. Call us for appointment to nspcct, A REAL BUY — $9,500 217 CECELIA STREET: Substantial six room brick tl welling with finished attic. Modern built in fcltchen, bath powder room, full basement, hot water heat. In excellent condillon. Walking Inspection by . distance of down town. ippointment, HOWARD M. SPIKER REALTOR — INSURANCE 20 South Centre Sired PA 2-241 Display Classified PJTTSBUHCH PLATE GLASS EMPLOYEE!! Would you'be Interested In owning a •room modest house in a real homey nd lovely country atmosp.KTc, short i istance from your work? While there b considerable land, much of it Is In loods end some timber with a nice Iream of water through part of the Icte. An additional 5-roum log siding- overed cozy dwelling is Included which JJ) rent and help pay overhead. Good .'ater. Electricity and telephone ser- tce. Cellar under both houses. Price 6.500 Includes one house mostly fur- iished. Also some fanning equipment. ROBERT W. YOUNG 07 S. [-co St. - PA -J-56CB or PA 2-382* IA VALK TERRACI This brick bungalow contain* five rooms and ball! on the first fJoor jo expandable attic. Modern kitchen, Beautiful bath, . garage In basement. "barge lot 50 x 2&5 fuel In this beautiful .uburhan section. "• Immediate posses- iio;i. Price $13.850.00 CORUIGANVir.LE HUNUALOW This nice little home is only three y?ars ol\i and contains four good-sizec rooms and bath. Ilasctncnt under en- :lre houso. Forced hot air healing with gas furnace. Oak floors through' out. Located on large lot 100 x Ji: feet ovcrlooVina Ihe valley and villa;* Street lights. lnsi>eclion by appoint . $9,450.00 . mcnt. Price D. .P. INSUHANCIi; AND BEA1>TOnS 'hone PA 4-3818 No. 1 N. Liberty St. , MILLER CO. FROSTBURG, MD. WOOD ST. 2 story FHAMg covered 4 Jedroom home. Living, dining, den '4. \itchen 1st fl. New gas fired tiutwafer Testing. Large lot &i garage. Pricet right with sood terms, BOWEHY ST. Nice FRAME 3 bedroom ic with IVi baths, Mod. Kitchen living, dining, good closets, Fuil base inent. holwalcr heat. Lot 50 x. 165. Goof buy at price asked. TO INSPECT CALL FROSTBURG 1189 MRS. NATOLLY OR PA 4-088C CARL F. SCHMUTZ Heal Estate 16 S. Liberty St. Insurance OUTSIDE CITY cJinfng nn.. kitchen, breakfast nook and bath. 2nd fl. 2 bcdrms. Ilecrealion rm. in basement, AH Insulated. Gar age. Asking Price $10,000. 1 MILK OFF 1SEDKOIID RD. at Pea Vine Run nd. NEW STONE home. 4 t>edrms., bath, recreation rm. In base THE J. H. HOLZSHU CO INS UR AN'CE Zl£ ALTOH S BONDING 21 S. CENTRE ST. PHONE PA 2-6555 Display Classified COMMERCIAL BUILDING *'OR RENT Tlte and concrete block building formerly occupied by National Jet Jompany, located 115 Milton Place rear of 321 Noith Centre Street); con- ains 2700 square feet on each of the i-'o floors, a is-fired hot water heat, .iffjce.nl parking space. Can be seen y appointment. ELLERSLIE, MD. Service Station, grocery store and iving i\uzrteis; (a five room and three room apartment), entire property in good condition. Lcrated nn Main III vay In North end of Ellerslie;. H sonable price. ' ' Just what you need for dLlchins and ~oadcrou-rHng. Husky bulldozer blade tils and UPS hydraulicaLly from operator's seat. Choice of 80 or JOO KP -"ase-Terratrac crawler* with torque- converter drive, counler-rotalLng Terra- ma tic transmission, power-steering Wrile for free catalog. Morgan Brothers Industrial Sales Rt. 40-West City Limits Phone Frostburg 1080 JAMES-W— HEALTOR—INSURANCE 20 S. Centre St. Phono PA 2-2MO 1905 BEDFORD STREET Beautifully designed brick residence In excellent, condition, completely land scaped Irom front to rear with flowers. shrubs and lovely shade trees. Interior aslcfully (Jccoraled and ready to tupy without changes. Spacious living •oom has woodburning fireplace anil .-cry good wall space ior furniture &i rangemcnt. Living room, dining room, den and modern kltclitn on 1st lloo'r; 1 bedrooms, anfl me bath on second floor. A real fine home In most desirable residential neighborhood. Inspection by appointment at your coa venlence. Price $26,000 M. D. REINHART AGENCY PArkview 2-2111 LJberly Trust Dldg. McMullen Blvd. at Robert's Place Modern semi-bung alow complete In every respect. Contains living room, dining room, two bedrooms and balh. Modern kitchen with disposal and dish her, breakfast room. Large bed room on second floor. Full basement ith rumpus room anil bath. Hardwooc floors. Hoi water heat with gas lur nace. Completely insulated, Aluminum storm doors and windows. Two car yarage in rear. Full particulars on application. 818 Louisiana Avenue Drand new six room Alone and brick inyaloiv. Full basement with garage Best conslryction. Must be seen to be appreciated. REALTORS INSURANCE WJEBEL & WORKMEiSTER Frederick St. Phone PA 4-3380 Display Classified DOZER \/XO,000 UNITS OF PENICILLIN.' A QUICK MB LIKE A IMRT.' TfWT'S THE way TO GIVE A NEEDLE-- PA-riEttT NEVER FEELS IT- PLUVWS W4S (JMCOMKOUS 4HD FELT NOTHING, HE O4D T#E BEST hJEEQLE JOCKEY IK HDSPlTXlL CASH LOANS VACATION^ L < ond Other Summer Needs The Thrift Plan's fasl, persona! loan service is geared to every financial Reed . . . emergencies, new purchases, home and car needs, paying off bills, etc. No co-signers . . . choose your own payment plan, taking 24 months or less depending upon the size and purpose of your loan. $20 to $1500 loan« orcr $300 made under Maryland Industrial Finance Acl r-THWFT PLAN I FINANCE CMPORATKM OF CUMBERLAND WHITACRE'S POPULAR BRANDS WROUGHT IRON RAILINGS WARNER'S ;,m.LEr,,.PA-*»90j Reg. Bottles . Throwaways . Cans German-Export EASY RATED BEST! FOR SALE Meat and Grocery Store FREE DELIVERY KLINE'S Liquor Store 100 N. Mech. PA 4-S740 Call PA 2-5100 for : Ml Typ*» of IUx>«*g and 5150,000 year. Contract William J. Gunter 10 YUR WftlTTIN «UAIANTn ON LUOC AND MATttUlS . A*k Abowt S»an Own MOOEKMZING CREDIT PLAN CONCRETE SEPTIC TANKS POWER t> STEEL EXCAVATING STORAGE TANKS MAXS, ROEBUCK AND CO. T79 Bohimo.e St. Cumberland, Md. More Information Call PA Z-8484 or 2-8485 Open Monday freningj 'til 8:30 Tuesday thru Friday 9-5 LOA.VS MADE TO RESIDENTS or SURROUNDING TOWNS •S Raberi~H. Suras, Mgr~."" 18 N'. Liberty SI. PA 1-0341 HE'S SITTING UP- AtlD WHO 6IVES HIM Trie SQUIRT 6UN? WW, TIMID TESSIE/WHO T4KES TEN MlMUTES TO GETTriEFOltvlT Charles County's Slot Machines Can't Be Stopped By TwiTGovernors By LOU PANOS LA PLATA, Mr. L«—The click- whirr-bang of slot machines is a iymphony to the ears o[ Southern Maryland officials, and somelimes not even a governor can slop the music. Not even two governors. In this easy-going tobaccoland sandwiched between Chesapeake Bay and the Potomac River, about 4,500 slots have been licensed this year by four Maryland counties. The role they play in the economy of the area, described by federal authorities as the only place outside Nevada where they are was emphasized last Tues- St_ Marys, Calvert and Anne Arundel. legal, day. The commissioners of Charles County rebuffed the governors of Maryland and Virginia, who had protested plans to license the operation of a ship with restaurant, bar and gambling facilities. The vessej would operate in the Maryland-owned Potomac just oft Freestone Point, Va. Charles County, with a population of 23,415 in the last census, leans more heavily on slot machines for economic support than any of the other three counties- Hut the tons of silver poured into the one-armed bandits and more respectably named "con-' sole" machines every week do more than make the rainbow- colored wheels go around. They help build hospitals, pay the bills of needy patients, meet the cost of sewage systems and make up some of the cost of building new schools. They also line the pockets of tavernkeepers, restaurant propri- elors, motel operators, filling station operators—just anybody who has a business place big enough to house a machine. The total take has been estimated at more than 10 million dollars a year. In urging Charles County officials to prohibit the operation of the recreation boat off Freestone Point, Gov. McKeldin called it a "floating tavern and gambling establishment" which would be "flouting the liquor and gambling laws" of Virginia. Charles County, whose 1,500 machines are more than one-third of all those licensed in Maryland, already has approved similar operations off the Virginia shore at Beverly, Fair-view and Colonial Beaches. The county was aulhorizcd by the General Assembly to begin licensing machines in 1919. Revenues since Ihen have increased to where they now are expected to reach a 1957 high of well over $300,000—more than one-third of Ihe county's tax burden. Besides the $150 license fee from each machine, this includes an overall $2,000 annual fee from each distributor. A businessman is limited by law to three of his own machines unless he had more before 1951 and conlinued to operate them. Display Classified Display Classified 3 BIG DAYS! FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY NEW 1957 PONTIAC WE SELL SATISFACTI is YOU GET MORE THAN JUST AN AUTOMOBILE WHEN YOU DEAL WITH SPOERL'S CONTINUING SATISFACTION PART OF EVERY TRANSACTION '56 Cadillac "62" 4 door sedon Gorgeout two lona ffniiti, wilh wkllcwoll Ifrei. Equipped wilh Power brakei. power ireering or\d tinted glan, radio and lion. A dream in perfection. $3895 '5G Pontiac Catolma 4 door Sfarcnief cvstom mode! beouli- fulty oppoinlsd witS deluxe interior. Equipped wilh radio and heater, power ile«rmg, power brolcei, automatic Iranimiiiion. $2495 '55 DeSoto Sportsman 2 door Equipped with radio. Neater and gainsaying overdrive: Two tone paint, whifewafl tires. In A*l tondilion inrid* and out and at tfiaip at they come. Almost $300 under book price. Belter hurry I $1595 '55 Mercury 4 door sedan Equipped wifh radio, Center end automatic tTanirmitioTi. Kcre'i a < ar thai realty goei. And il won'l lake long at tSU pn'cef $1595 '55 Pontiac Star-chief 4 door Cuitom model wiln two lone paml, radio, heater ond automatic tranimiiiion. One of fh« biggeif values tn (own. Only .. $1695 '53 Cadillac A door sedan Two tone HnUh, back teal radio, rieattr, outornotie trant- miuion, low mileage, one own* «r. In p«ifect -hope. Al Ihii , low price there is no reason why you can't drive boll Ihe S1795 SPOERL'S 845 N. Mechanic St. PA 2-2415 Call one of our friendly salesmen ior o mosf exhilarating demonstration: "Bill" Stephens - "Jim" Branf-John Morgan - "Jimmie" Flanagan OPEN 9 to 5 DAILY 7 to 9 EVENINGS PHONE PA 2-8300 SPOERL'S GARAGE 59 years of honest dealings to- back up our story 205 N. Mechanic St. Service Dept. 28 N. George USED GAR LOT 845 N. MECHANIC Operators must be resident-;, property owners or registered voters of the county. . The county hires a full-time inspector whose primary job is to see that only licensed machines arc operated. Violators are subject to S300 fines. Latest records show Calvert County has licensed 576 machines for fees totaling $89,000; St. Mary's 1,000 machines, $83,000 and Anne Arundel 1,250 machines, $377,500. In St. Marys, also 'across Ihe Potomac from Virginia has licensed no off-shore operations on that.side of the river, receipts are expected to rise to more than 595,009 for the fiscal budget. This would be nearly 10 per cent of he county's $1,211,505 budget. Both the machine owner and pro- 3rielor are required to have lived in the county at least two years. While the other three counties nake more general use of revenues from this source, Calvert lounty earmarks most of its slot machine income for specific uses. For example, $10,000 a year ;oes for the sewage dispoal sys- lem of North Beach. The county liospital gets $20,000 a year, with $1,000 of this for maintenance and the rest for needy patients. An- olher $24,000 was used to complete payment of a hospital loan. There arc two general types of licenses in Anne Arundel County, one for one-armed bandits at beaches and other resorts, the other for "consoles" and pin-ball machines. For $500 you can get a license for 1 to 10 "bandits" operating at a resort May through October, Forty-eight of these have been issued. But another $300 a year must be paid for a beach and resort "qualifying" license. Pinball and console machines, some of which have flashing lights and several slots which may be fed before each play to boost the odds, a>e licensed at $275 a year. The county has issued 898 of these licenses. Distributors — there are It of them and the number has been frozen—must pay a $5,000 annual fee. The county's $377,500 slot machine take compares witb a 1957 budget of 1414 million dollars. Like Ihe other counties, Anne Arundel hires an inspector to discourage the use of unlicensed devices. Known as the "director of protective inspections," he is also responsible for inspecting weights and measures, taxicabs, amusement parks, buildings and trailer parks. False Complaint Provisions Cited Allegany Connly authorities will enforce a new law which makes ii a misdemeanor to make false statements, reports or complaints to peace officers, according to Slate's Attorney Paul IT. Fletcher. Provisions for prosecution an;! penalties are set up in Chapler 549 of the 1957 ads of the General Assembly and became effective April 10, ho said. The law provides that any person who knowingly makes a (also report or complaint may. upon conviction, he fined not more than $500 and imprisoned not more than six months, or both. Flolchcr said Ihe law covers several situation!! which linvo arisen here recently. Great Increase The number of civil and criminal cases in federal district, courts increased from 28,000 in 1K)9 to more tlian 90,000 In 1351, according to the Encyclopedia Brilannica.

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