Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on June 12, 1957 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, June 12, 1957
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MIX, WEDNESDAY, JUNK 12; 1957 Dial PA 2-1600 for a WANT 'AD Taker Dial Service Being Expanded Here f The Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company is expanding direct distance dialing and is working to eliminate accidental loll calls, Robert G. Garner, local manager, has announced. Garner said effective July 14 this area will be added lo the towns in Maryland may be reached from Cumberland by direct d'aling. The additional equipment also will provide for direct dialing to 180 cities and towns in nine stales. Different methods will be used in dialing local and long distance It UUS lllCrf « III UL. <1UMVU lu \,JV. ~ list of other Maryland communi- numbers. Once the new equ p- ties that can be dialed from one '»™' '?, P"l '" t », us , c V 18 ""'V <f lls find two-party telephones. A', the present lime only a few cities and towns in the stale can be reached by direct dialing. When the installation of new equipment is completed at the local dial center, 90 cities and subscribers will dial on a two- Idler, five-numeral basis will be those to PArkview 2 and 4, REd- wood 0, ROgcr 7. COlony 4, DAv- enporl 4, and GHecnleaf 8 telephones. All olher points (such as Hag What To Wear New Summer Fun Hats Go To A Male's Head rslown and Baltimore) will be lached by dialing a Ihree-nunv ral area code before dialing the elephone number desired. The se of Hie three-numeral code umber before all toll calls will liminate the possibility of dial ig a long distance number by listake. After (he installation is com leted. Garner said, it wil e possible lo call Frostburg di eel by dialing G89. The telephone company is work ng to standardize dialing pro edures throughout Maryland _'he additional work being don icre will bring Cumberland an he area served by it into cor orniity with other places lha low have direct distance dialing The work here on the ne\ equipment which has been goin on in the past few months is be ng done by Western Eleclri Company. London To Head Degree James Condon was elected 'nilhfjl navigator last night by Chief Justice Taney General Assembly, Knights of Columbus. Other officers are James Quinn, 'aithful pilot; Francis Werner, Faithful comptroller; John Kreid- !er, faithful scribe; Walter Meadc, faithful purser; Raymond .1. Law, inside sentinel, and William Shuck, outside sentinel. Joseph Webb, who was the retiring faithful navigator, was elected faithful admiral at las ! night's meeting. Branch plant of the Pittsburgh 'late Glass Company will have hrec choices in a National Labor Relations Hoard election schcdul< eel there next Wednesday. jet Fuel The Armour Research Foun dation of the Illinois Institute o Technology at Chicago is devcl oping a fuel designed to mulliplj the range of jel planes am missiles. NLRB Ballot Due June 19 At Plate Glass Firm Here Electrical workers al the Norlli workers at (ho planl to vote on whom llicy wanl as Iheir bargaining agonl. The electrical union last Oclu bcr informed the company it The election will be held at (he signed lo electrical duties. wanted lo represent workers as- housekeeping in the box. emporary office building of the plant. 8:30 a. m. and from 3:'M to 4:30 p. m. (or all electricians and : iclpers on the plant payroll as of ?=• 19 58 was signed. May 12. Of Mice And Mailmen MIAMI, Fla, un — Fifty-three dogs and one mouse bit Miami postmen last year. The atmuall accident report said one mail-' ADVKIU1SKMKNT DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip?, FASTEST}!, an Improved powder lo be sprlnfcled on upper or lower plates. I holds I a !s* leeth more firmly la place, box, "felt a Slab of pain," willl- 1 Do not tilde, slip or roct. No gummy, man put his hand into a mail- drew a bleeding finger and looked inside. A mama mouse, complele with litter had set up' Kooey pasty table or feeling. FAS- TEETH Is alkaline (non-«cld). DOM not sour. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Cet FASTEETH. 11 «uj drug counter. The planl was organi/.ed by (he Glass and Ceramics union, which! Balloting will be from 7:1)0 lo reprcsenls hourly paid workers! in other PPG plants, and a contract running 'until September; The election was scheduled Tho electricians will have three after the full NLRB concurred bargaining agonl choices: The with the recommendation made United Glass and Ceramics following a hearing in the dis- Workers of Norlli America, the pule. International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, bolh AFL- C10, or neither union. The NLRB ordered the election The skin of (he huge blue whale is the color and thickness of car- last month to allow eleclricallderneath. bon paper. Plenty of blubber un- REGISTER TODAY FOR SUMMER CLASS OF COSMETOLOGY BEGIN TRAINING AT ONCE AND BECOME A PART OF ONE OF THIS COUNTRY'S LARGEST AND FASTEST GROWING INDUSTRIES. Train At One Of This Nation's Best Schools TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY (AIR CONDITIONED) 114 Virginia Ave. Ph. PA 4-2180 Cumberland, Md. SOME FUN. HEY BOYS? Two examples of new "fun hais" for a man's summer leisure arc the Beach Panama with balik banrl (left) and Ihc Ceipree Kaffia with braid band. Alt Chairs Sale Priced! Buy For Father's Day By DICK KLEINER NEW YORK — (NEA) — Noth ing, after all, is sacred. It used to be that there were a few fields Result _ gift certificates won,; sportswear placed and shirts showed. Actually, a gift cerlificate is a tad elusive*. WS sensible ^rangement. There are any encroaching females. Gradually, the gals have been invading Ihem, one by__one,_pnd now Hie last stronghold lias (alien. And (his last stronghold is jokes- about-hats. Women were the only sex lo wear silly hals. And a man could say something wilty, like "What happened—did a fruit salad fall on you?" But now along conies "fun hats" for men and, boom, down goes this final fortress. Fun hats—some manufacturers simply call them novelty straws- are wild and zany and impractical. But that's what they're supposed lo be. They're designed for leisure hours, when the wild and zany and impractical are highly sensible. They're comfortable and easy to wear. It doesn't matter if they're an cigbth-of-an-inch over the righl ear or nol. They're free of inhibitions. Colors like fire engine red and sky blue and shrimp pink are available, along with dreary old browns and grays. Some have huge feathers and some have big, sloppy brims and some have gaudy bands. They're fun fo wear. That's the main tiling. If you're out fishing or golfing or gardening o- just relaxing and feel Ihe need of some covering for your delicale litlle head, a fun hal beats wearing a plain hat of any kind. Of course, if you wear one, yuxi do so with the full knowledge that some gal is going to make a witty remark, like "Ob. say, Bessie, you do look chic." But never mind. They're just getting even for 75 years of fruil salad. & *. * Father's Day (June 16) is often a pretty grim day for Dad. If he hasn't dropped r few conslruclive hints, he's liable to wind up with a gift he can't stand. In this connection, any mothers or wives or daughters planning a gift for father might pay attention to the result of a survey conducted by a man's magazine (True). It asked 2,300 subscribing falhcrs what llicy would mosl like lo receive. no worries about styles, sizes, colors, lie can pick out what he ,-ants. Never can tell, Ihe old boy maywind up wilh a-happy Father's Day vel. * * * The Marine Corps has announced thai, beginning wilh this summer's lightweight uniforms, French cuffs are permissible on uniforms for officers and staff NCO's. These are to be worn with special cuff links, featuring the Marine Corps emblem. This just about makes it officia' that French cuffs are now the thing lo wear. You know the Ma rines—Semper Stylish. This is a chair both mom and dad will love. Tilts back to give you fine relaxation. Namesake Plead Guilty To Judge ELIZABETH CITY, N. C. — Gfl -A youthful defendant appcare( on a reckless driving charge be fore Judge Fentress Homer. It de veloped that the defendant's firs name and middle initial were Fen tress H. "Whom were you named for' inquired the judge. "For you. Your Honor," the de fcndant responded. For one long moment, Judg Homer stared down from th bench. Then the defense lawye came lo his assislancc—cnterin a guilty plea for the youth. Gaelic Gaelic, the traditional languag of Scotland and Ireland, has take firm root in the New World. Mor people on Canada's Cape Brcto Island speak Gaelic than an where else in the world, accordii lo the National Geographic S cicly. GREEN STAMPS WITH WALLPAPER (350 FulliTni in Slock) AND SUPER KEMTONE PURUGKER'S 158 N. Centre SI—PA J-7887 \ NOW ... DIAL j PA 4-1400 \ ANY JIME! * For your convenience, \ we now hove a phone \ answering service so ^ you can leave a mes- 4 sage for pick-up or <Jc\ livery whenever you \ please. SEE THE NEW VIBRATOR STYLE Styled for comfort and hard wear. 1 PLASTIC PLATFORM ROCKER SAVE 27 95 Special purchase let* you get acquainted with the luxury of ecntour chair comfort! PLATFORM ROCKER Cushioned with JUST 12 TO SELL for an extra measure of comfort A jumbo size chair that is bnilt for comfort! Long wearing caver — spring filled. ALWAYS 79.50 Bijf for comfort — sturdy for tvear—with foam rubber to give even greater vetaxa- tton. 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