Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 11, 1957 · Page 13
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 13

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, June 11, 1957
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Dial I'A 2-4600 fur a WANT AD Taker Police, Firemen Elect Officers 1 lie Police and Firemen's Wcl- - • ; tare Association met last night llle work °" Cumberland's $2, Sewage Plant Enters Final Stage EVENING T1MES.CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, JUNE 1957 Approximately 99 per cent o earth embankment was built IP WrtrV IMI f' 11.i\li^,.l •,„,!'„ »rt m'niilirl thn unit n nd year. 'wiuuauon met last nighl' — — ~w>>i«v,«uuu * ?&, — ----- — „ elected new officers lor the 1000 ' 000 sowa S e treatment plant At the main plant on Oftutl has been completed, according strcc ' Vxlenicii, the coarse rack Jolui Morrissey was ic-olccled president; Robert C. Long, treasurer, and Raymond Leidinger. secretary. Warren Brelim was has been completed, accordin to Mayor Roy W, Eves. As the project was winding up members o[ the staff of Koberl T lUgestcr, consulling engineer foi £ac-S«»St?yw« association, replacing John C. «'lio resigned. Morrisscy defeated Chancy and Robert H. '»!• Die John p post in (he associa Leidinger won over Wil- Winters for secretary and Long beat Richard Unl'iiicum • m Charles A treasurer's job. work to be completed. Crews of the Moyer Brothers i Com P a "y. which is building th 1>rimary lrea l'" c "t Plam u»der „ S1 , 530 .000 contract, are working d ° wn lho lis( . ««" by -tern. Curing May, work continued on finishing concrete at the ICvitls Kloeled trustees at last night's balloting were John Daum, Louis July. Downey and William Briner. Also A vying for the three trustee posts the were Frank Daum, Roy Hawse. John Sherry and George Lease. The new officers will take over their duties at the next regular Nave • for the Creek pumping station, and' Hi meeting of the association ii _ 30 members o association attended las night's election meeting and ballols were cast, including ab sentee ballots from members 01 duly at the time. NEXT TIME I'M GOING TO $££ THt LOAN ARRANGE!? When Ihe fai«« looks dark ... Dan'/ Deipait „ Com* tou^ W» will otajr loam fa >M« abo^ on, LOAN SERVICE IS 5. LIBERTY ST. CUMBERLAND DIAL PA 4-4200 INCOSPO8ATED 89 E. MAIN ST. ROSTBURG PHONE 1594 THE LOAN ARRANGER around the unit. was installed in the gate chamber and (be wearing course was Scnresentafives of six majiu- facturers were at the plant during May, adjusting and checking the equipment (heir {inns furnished ber and (be wearing course was I)aiiiu<n>i] I. 1 ;,.,, placed on the roads and walk.? O fj" am '^ c " ' » «'the 10-acre site, fine grading „. ditches on the plant site was begun. For Kinorguiicy Safe Driving Contest Has County Entry Tlie 1957 school bus drivers safely award contest conducted i)y the School Bus Body Manufacturers' Association will have one -. _ .. j.jv>..iiii njji «% 111 HciVC UI1C Local firemen yesterday made llrivei ' from Allegany County as -*wvin in^uji.-[i jvonjiuuv riHiuc "vin a lest run 0 { the iij.foot hook and a cul "eslant Work continued on fine grading'"" 11 tested the motor and hyclrau- J"st beyond Ihe KUIgelcy town and grille slopes were sodded and the site was cleaned up and graded. [front bumper Crews sealed a leak wbichjmusl be replay aau developed in a construction joint right fender reppire in the primary digestion tank, chief indicated that me U-UCK and brjck bulklieads were built in can respontl to any emeraencv (hp IR-inpIl fnnnnr-li^r, *« <l.^ J ' yo;u- Slianholiz; I in the contest asi giavicii. ,*w,,i uuiiiiJi-i ,uiu grille siiii^"^ 11 a v-'v "IIJKI in me coin leak whichimusl be replaced and the dented'" 10 winner fur .Maryland. ruction inint richt fptlflpr i-prnirorl ;<,.i +l,«i Tkil-i,^ nvnorlc ;„ tL,» r: THIRTEEN James Edgar, 47, Dies In Indiana JIAGEHSTOWN - James Ed- ( He was associated with W. H ear, 47, o Detroit, Mich. andjKUgar and son, Detroit, as sugar harasotu. Kla., brother ol formeribrokcr Coiigrcsswoman Kathcrine E. By-i Air. Edgar was well known In ron, \\iiliainsport, died last Kri-!lIu K crstown- and Williamsport, in South Bend, lnd.. whcroihaving frequently visited with his 111° „„,„„„,„„„„.„.,. I.^ufcj, a( , be S p ringflcld p arm Hid also his sister and brother- r, IDC on ? ! M" ?.°J ° e Kdgar ofi * 1r - lc<lBar was a ,e Jmor ^ ^W'. «*ow M .ailvor ami attended ffobart Col- tie runner Alary McComasJloge, IClmira, N. Y. iCkmghtcr of the late U. S. Sen- Surviving arc his widow, the ator Louis McComas. this cily. lle.was a major in World War, „„„.„„ la , nry , a sludcnt at II. served with the 29th Division Culver; his mother who resides and rorn vi>H thi> ,!„„„...,.r,,.. .,'•.- ..,'.- "'«»">•' »"u iuiut.:> former Anno White, of Baltimore, Henry, a student at connection to the South Street sewer ami (he 5-1- inch canal drain, to prevent oil in the canal from entering the plant. A cut was also made in towpath of (lie C'&O ( but the] Three experts in the field of the truck transportation safety will serve Glut) To See Movies as judges in the contest to select America's safest school bus driver. They are Stephen James, director of the education division. The Optimist Club of Cumber- Automotive Safety Foundation; laud will see movies tornoiro , \r. - at |-Marion Tclford, school transpor- tbe water lowered. level <«»u »iu act.-uwvies tomorrow a(| :l 'i"KHi leirorci, school transpor- madc in the 6:15 p. in. at Central VMCA otjlation committee. National Safe..anal to keep the charier night program for the ly Council, and Shelton Fisher 'i the canalfliodforti I?nnH flui. -m,i IT^, ^o.^,^^, 1 ^,1; ^ l,«,. ^t ..n..._ ,^ _ canal Bedford Hoaciciiib a Hislrict coiu r cn- : '.'i. the ISlli-piiblislier ot "Bus Transportation." The nation's safest driver will receive a _H J 28fi_]J__s_savings bond. Kach stale finalist will receive a special safety citation. Now J, *{,, f| me to visit the ^w^'Sn^aSSS JAJMKSYtfiVJM! KKS'ffl'MaB i', n .' N ' clv Vork . Cil - v al <>'« end of imd state finalists will .„ Colonial Wiiliarasburg • Historic Virginia ^^^^^^ VIRGINIA BEACH • Norfolk • " IJ •>-'- — ly wiu bc named Iatc in •Travel as JOHN SMITH did' TAKE THE BOAT yoa'H enjoy your fHp more I IALIIMOU STEAMCR I* TO HKGLV STUDIES—James H. Galford, son of Mrs. Evelyn Galford, 32!) Bedford Street, has won a scholarship to Taylor University. Upland, lnd.. where lie will begin studies in September to be a medical missionary. He is a graduate of this year's class at Kort Hill High School. lie was active in school affairs and at first Methodist Church. His father, 1'fc. William R. Galford, was iillciLin-iiclion-diuws—World War 11. Union Uelurns Septeitiher School bus drivers wishing „ enter the contest may obtain official entry blanks by writing directly to the School Bus Body; y ot «:30 p.m. (D.5.T.) Maniifacltircrs' Association West Street, New ^rk 6 ~—-«>T,wn» «,fcr*,TKn IMlvva Holly OT Q! JU p.(n, ID.J.T, I W **** <I ' OT O* < MIAMI* leoMi .yury orti.r day ot 6:30 p.m. (O.J.T.) ' (AUIOMOMUS CARRIIO) BALIIMOREc t>l«r 3, Pratt )• ti 1. 9 , / J, Mrf v SArafaga 7.14OO WASHINGTON: Whoj|,71fc i Moin. A», . J.W., Wo.!,. 2 LOW FARC 1o Norfolk 50 plllt tOM *5! OLD BAY LINE Most of (lie officers of Local I02t, Carpenters Union, were rc- to elected at the annual balloting held last night in Hie Labor ' Temple. i Ralph Porter is again presi- V dent and K. Patrick Allender, bus/ness agent Others are: Murray Wine- Shanholtz. who has' been driving a school bus seven years, transports boys and girls to and from Ml. Savage School. AFL Group To Meet . w~.*.uj, i>ium:u:i.\ was rc-ciecieu A meeting will be held today trustee and K. Patrick Alkmdcr _at 7:30 p. m. by the Allegany 1 ' Trades Council at the Labor Temple on South Liberty Street brcnner, vice president; George Blown, secretary; Henry F. lio- land, re-elected recording secretary; Earl Slider, re-elected treasurer. Josiah Mullenax was re-elected business agent Walter Kerr was renamed warden and James Jones, contliiclor. . . . makes a quick snack a delectable delight! Baked by the Bakers of ... ORT'S SOF-SPUN M° ° f in Washington and itor '" e '- Congressman Kather- fine E. Byron. Gifts From f. V. Coy/e's To Make Life More Pleasant For Father! CHAIRS FOR DAD! Dad ... the man who brings home the bacon for all the family . . . deserves o comfortable place to relax ... a fine choir from E. V. Coyle's! Next Sunday, June 16, is Father's Day ... so make it a point to slop in this week and select a chair that will make life more pleasant for father! LOUNGE CHAIR with OTTOMAN ...Roomy, comfortable (and good looking) lounge choirs with matching ottomon. Available in a choice of frieze or plastic covers. ,. _ Frieze Cover ........ ........ 9 Ploitie Cover 0 O * * CONTOUR RECLINING CHAIRS These handsome chairs really lef dad lean back and relax. Choose from plastic, fabric, or combination fabric-plastic covers. .95 >129 SWIVEL ROCKING CHAIRS These smart, modern swivel rockers will be a boon to dad's comfort ... for they allow him to move at will with little effort. Fabric covers. .95 '89 .93 Give Dad "Right" With SAMSONITE LUGGAGE Every man's favorite luggage for short hop or long trip. Samsonite is as durable as it is handsome . . . will take the knocks of travel and still retain its smart appearance. The perfect gift for dad . . . one case or a complete matching set! QUICK TRIPPER 2-SU1TER 8 35 .00 JOURNEYER 2m USE YOUR E. V. COYLE CHARGE* ,50 / EV CDYLfi

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