Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 11, 1957 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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TEN Six Candidates Qualify In La Vale Zoning Vole Woman firings Blaze To Fire Station Names of the six candidates for Hie LaVale Zoning Board will appear alphabetically on the four voting machines on which the qualified voters of Election District 29 will vole Tuesday. June ]8. The candidates, alphabetically listed, are Leslie J. Clark, C. Arthur Lancaster, James E. Robertson. John J. Rowan, Charles A. Smith and \V. William Yoder All six qualified by filing petitions containing Ihe names of it Ifast 20 qualified voters of Election District 29, which embraces the LaVale area, before midnight Saturday. Smith was the last, about 0:30 p. m. The Alicgany County Hoard of: Election Supervisors, whit* will supervise the referendum, reported that supplies fur the election authorities Saturday. Voters will first decide whether 1 want zoning as. was author and he filed Saturday. 1J ' C BVEN1NG TIMES, CUMBERLAND, BID., TUESDAY, JUNK II, 1057 CHIMJCOTHE, Ohio «v—A wo-"" man entered Fire Station No. 1 lo here and asked for assistance in " putting out a small fire. "Where is it?" firemen asked New Shirts (Continued from Page 5) and thcy'should be. It's! ridiculous burdened with long sleeves on as (hey rushed (o (he (ire truck, brought it with me," the in replied. She explained to the startled firemen that her automobile caught fire and she thought it would be quicker to ^--•—», .,—..» *,».».,£ O u »uj auuiui uiuu^ijv IL vkuuiu tfU quilncj IV iced by the General Assembly irt drive to the fire station than tele- 'i:,napolis. They then will elcctjphonc for help. three men to constitute the zoning hoard if zoning is approved. Last night about 40 persons attended the bi-monthly meeting ol the board of directors of the La Vale Civic Improvement Asso cialion, where same questions cussed concerning zoning and the forthcoming referendum were answered. The meeting was held at LaVale Fire Hall. Gilbert P. Bohn, association president, answered several questions asked by William A. Douglas, who had been unable to attend previous meetings at which the zoning plan was dis- Four of the sis candidates for j the zoning board were among those present. They included Rowan, Smith and Lancaster, Yoder une Special! M-pius days. In fabric, summer shirts run the gamut from the light and flimsy mesh models to fine looking ba- tistes and white-on-white jacquards and piques. Van Heuscn also boasts a handsome cool voile (hat is lightweight but still satisfies the men who like the look of oxford cloth. So be cool, and when you give somebody the shirt off your back, j •»aki> sure it's a comfortable, summer lightweight. * * « With the rebirth of blue serge,! there arises once again the prob-! 1cm of dandruff. (You'd be surprised at how many men, accord-' ing lo one leading clothing firm,' won't buy blue serge if they have bad case of dandruff.) j One of the leading anti-dandruff treatments will make a point, in' coming ad campaigns, that ils use' helps make a man presenlable in! dark suils. This may tie stretch-! ing things a bit, but "if you intend '• lo invest in one of Hie new bluei serges, check your scalp first. Noj point in always looking like you've' just come in oul of the snow. I 3 pc. sectional durable upholstery and foam rubber 29050 KROEHLER $29.95 will deliver this Kroehler sectional sofa to your home! 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And any-] body who splashes today is just I all wet. Grand Coulee dam. in Washington, is the largest masonry structure in Ihe world. It contains seven times as much masonry as the great pyramid of Egypt. Jumbo Cantaloupes 39* each Jane Parker POTATO CHIPS Ib. box Stringless GREEN BEANS 2 , b . 35* Fresh FLORIDA CORN 6 „„ 39" ASP CHED-0-BIT CHEESE FOOD Plain or Pimienro Ib. pkg. Tfo door that gffM YOU MORE • STORAGE SPACE • FLOOR SPACE • CONVENIENCE • BEAUTY • DURABILITY it THE AMWELD FOLDING DOOR UNIT THf ADVANTAGES Of fOLDIHG . . . TM DURABILITY Of STfCL Now a door tfvat gives fuH accets to ctoseli. cupboards and wardrobes wtHttMrf sacrificing valuable floor ipace. The Amweld Folding Door fi made of durable steel, loynd deadened. Ltfefmi* nytofi plvoti ond adjustable guides aisur* smooth, jilent, efforlleii operation. TH*»« doors can be trimmed and finished to blend with any decor and add modern beauty lo your home. 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Super Finer Air Cfeaner • TurnSignits* DL.alWJndihiprdW.pcrs Should you choose » Cu Sl<)m 3<)() 0 Olher SLIion Wagon, you c(l .1 ,£ «bo.« plus . Arm Rest. F, 0 nl t. R,,, • New Jes'tn Cieaielte LFfMer Choost one ol Ihe iMoot F.W.njs or 500's. add »ll th. ,bo v . p , u , • S.I'T-tu.aJi^ Clectric docl, . S " n ' bu/n \Vhsol Coven

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