Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 1, 1944 · Page 24
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TWENTY-FOUR iSUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1944 Keyser Ready -_'• . •. - </ For Welcome To Educators National Leaders Will Attend Two-Day Session j>'O£ W. Va. Group On ; October 6-7 1; Keyser, W. Va., Sept. 30-tThe Council of ' Classroom Teachers of West Virginia will convene here Friday and . Saturday at Keyser High School with Mrs. Bculah K. Walker, Dallas," Texas, president of the Department of Classroom Teachers of tha National Education Association, RS principal, speaker. ; The delegates, several hundred > Strong, wlil register at the school Friday from 7 to ll_p._ m. and on Headline W. Va. Teachers Asm. Meeting Saturday from 8 a." m'. fb 11 a. m. Catherine Lynch and James W. CJbldsworthy, chairmen of the hous- '$ng and registration committee, will have charge. ', Meetings of the budget, audit, rules, credentials . and resolutions committees will bo held Friday at 9 p..m. The board of directors will pioet at 11 p. m. Friday. Mary yitus, president of the state association,, will preside at the business Reeling Saturday from 10:30 a. m. to noon. *- . :; Full Vrogrnta Saturday J Among reports which will be given, £re: Included the credentials com^ rnittee, report of Charles Nepper, secretary of the board of directors; report of Mary Titus, president; audit committee report; H. Rogers MpVey, treasurer's report; resolutions committee report, and nomination and election of officers and board of directors. '•: A" luncheon will be served at noon by the Future Homemabers Club under the direction of Mrs. Elsie Polin, vocational home economics teacher of .Keyser High School. The luncheon will be In the school cafeteria. / Saturday afternoon business sessions will open at 1 o'clock, with reports of state committees ' as follows: Mne Newman, financing public education; Virginia Bayless, legislation; Hazel Rector Smith, public relations; T. J. Arant, profes- sionalization; Eileen Frestel, membership; Maud Yoafc, local organization; Laura Rector, cooperation with the National Education Association Defense Commission for Democracy; and Virginia Rider, post-war education. ', Dinner at College . Climaxing the council meeting will -be a dinner at Potomac State pbUege, Davis Hall dining room, at Vnieh time Mrs. Walter will speak (>xx "The Place of the Local Organi- sation in the State and . National j^ogram of Action." Mrs. Lucille Armstrong will be toas toaster and the musical program will be led by Dr. B. E. Church, The annual meeting of tha Classroom. Teachers Association of West Virginia opens iiext Friday at Keyser for a two-day session, with prominent educators included in the list of speakers. Pictured above are some of the speakers and officers of the organization. Top row from left ; to right are. Elizabeth M.-Ko- letkaV, chairman of the state and national conference of Classroom THI CURTAIN SHOP . 23 S. Centre St. Elsie Pabrt, Interior Decorator Capper Favors ^-.-•i-i ..... ••' • •• ^.---j- :. -.-_• Reorganizing Cour president of Potomac. State College, will "give the invocation. Members of the dinner committee are Mae Newman,' Lucille Zlnn, Elmer' H. Collins, Corna Mow'ery, Mabel Tidd, Laura . Rector, Eleanor Jennings, Mary .C. "Wagner, Mary E. Kearns, Edis "Lazaer, T. J. Boyland, Sisel J. Hawkins, and Arnold Beach. . . .... Local arrangements are being made by Mineral .County Classroom Teachers Association with Edwin F. Baldwin, general chairman; Catherine A.-Lynch, housing: James W. Goldsworthy,- registration; Ida B. Smith, publicity; Mrs. Elsie C. Dolin and Mrs. Harry Manning, luncheon and Classroom Teachers Association dinner; Mrs. Mary Caie- tnlne, chairman of reception committee; Helen Crincr, programs, election and balloting. The council theme, "These Times Call for Action" will be carried out throughout tha program. The State and National Conference committee .for the council meeting la composed of Elizabeth M. Kolettea, chairman; Ellen. Triece, Edythe Reeder, Helen Bell, Eunice Kyle, and-Mildred Hott. Teachers;- Mrs. Beulah .K; Walker, Dallas;. Texas, president of .the De r partrrient: of Classroom Te achers of the National Education Association, who will be the • principal speaker at the • banquet,, and Lucille Armstrong, toastmaster for .the banquet. Bottom row left to, rlght ; are Gertrude Roberts, member .of - : the board of directors of the State Classroom Teachers and recently elected Seiieral Chairman member of. the West Virginia Refinement Board; Mary Titus,' president of the West Virginia; Classroom Teachers Association and director of the southeastern region of the Department of Classroom Teachers of the NEA, and Ruth. Walls, member of the:board of• directors of the state organization, and a past president of the State Education AssooU ation. Thi* y»II you *hould hare • n«w, culling h*lr-do Just for YOa. Our •Killed operaton hive Ideas galore for every type. \V» Olre All Tffftl of rrrminrnli IncTadlnz the Cald R»y PHONf 3063 CLASSIC Beauty Shoppe 144 Bedford St. Shelling Of Dover Over, People Told Residents Dance in Streets on Receipt of News Hun Guns Silenced Dover, England, Sept. 30 ,(/P) — Residents of Dover sang, shouted an£ danced through the streets of their battered city today after they were told ofllclally that their ordeal uy gumIfc ."Wna etiucd.- Zt ~\faS jl over foxir years ago that the first German shell crashed acres* the narrow Dover strait. Flags were flown.from the windows of.nearly all the houses. Men worklnj on the hundreds of shell- damaged houses paussd long enough to whoop out a few cheers. It is expected that thanksgiving services will be held on the teaches next Sunday with the Archbishop of Caterbury presiding. ShorUy alter ,10 a. m., loud speakers In the town gave this message: "The mayor has received oSlcia information that ell the long range guns on the other side of the chan- nej have now been captured." "Tho messnge was slso broadcast In the caves, where' many people have been sheltering the last njonth during the fierce bombardment o: this little capital of the so-callec "hellfire corner." Mrj. Myrde Slrnlloo, n toprlr.lor I Tokyo Reports Many- People Leave Manila New York, Sept. 30 . {flV — The Tokyo radio said today many-residents of Manila, had begun leaving the oity following last week's Amer icun air raids, ndding that a "committee on evacuation" is lending "every possible aid." To Better Express Your Sympathy Order FUNERAL FLOWERS from... Just 2382 75 Baltimore Street W. Delircr Retail Fish Prices To Go Up October 5 Washington, Sept. 30 W)—Manj kinds of North Atlantic and Pacific fresh fish and,seafood will cost from two', to five cents, more a pcund ai retail beginning Oct. 5 when winter season'price ceilings go into effect The Office of -Price AdroJnlstra- tion.said in annpuncng this today that the'higher prices will prevai! through April. . Among species for which prices will be Increased'are haddock an< -CXXlr Edwin F. Baldwin Belieye Moiuitbalteh . Back In Great Britain Cumberland Jurist Lose Position On Mary- laud's Highest Tribunal : •---. -. 'Under Proposal r ';' 'i Baltimore, Sept. SO.-^-(ff)—Judges Levin C. ,Balloy of Salisbury and Walter C}. Capper ol 'Cumberland aid today they were .In. favor of the proposed reorganisation of the Maryland Court of Appeals, although both would lose their positions on. the court by the change. A constitutional amendment reorganizing the present court" o£ eight fudges into a flvg-jiirig? court will be voter on next month. . .Would Lose Positions Judge Bailey of the First Judicial Circuit and Judge Capper of the Fourth Circuit would lose their appellate' -positions because they, are hot elected judges, and, therefore, would not be protected under proposed constitutional amendment! The two judges said in a .joint statement: "We both ^favored the proposed changes prior to our elevation to the bench xx x and. while we believe that our-present positions reader it inadvisable for ILS rr> tflkp__aji_nt-live part in the-campaign being conducted for the adoption of the amendr ment, we deem it proper to reaffirm our approval, particularly, as the approval of the amendment -will rer move both of us from the bench on December 31, 1944. though it will not remove any other judge in the state." : . \ • '. ..-' Bailey One of-Sponsors , ; Judge Bailey .was chairman of the state bar group's : committee : which sponsored the. amendment .before the legislature.. Judge. Bailey explained, elected judges of the court would remain at their posts until they reach .the retirement,age or the end of their terms, whicliev,- er comes first. The amendment would also divide the state into three judicial circuits, from which there would be one representative each on the Court, of Appeals..: There would also be-two judge's from Baltimore city. : David Lloyd George Confined With Cold ColrjfockjWHitiiey Back: In Capital After v ;E'8c£pjc; •:' Wellington,.'Sept. 30 (/P>—Colonel John Hay. (JockJ: Whitney, whb was. captured and then .escaped from,'tlje Nazis recently, is • in'Washington. Whltn,ey...is an.>irVofficer attached to the .1,5th r/iif:^FbrceJ He, was traveling;-in''a"Jeep : In an nrea believed : to be ^friendly, territory when a party of'Germans was encountered. He' was taken •• prisoner, but later'reached •Allied; lines. 37 jGermaii Sliijis Sunk: s London,- Sept. 30 M 5 )—British sub-: marines have sunk 3T,.Gerniah arir4 Gerniahrcontrolied .ships and dam^ aged ten others in recent operations extending .'from''.the Arctic 'circle to the Aegean,'an admiralty com-; muniqu.e,sa!r4 tonight. Listed among the. sunken vessels was one large supply ship, one R- boat and six supply ships of medium size. . .'.-••'. "~ • The communique made 110 mention of British losses. i London,-Sept. 30 (IP) —David Lloyd George, Britain's.81 r year-old World War I prime minister, Is confineil to his room at'.'his North Wale's farm home with a cold, It was disclosed here today. He has been coii- fined three days but was reported somewhat improved today.' London,. Sept. 30 (/P^—A question as to whether Admiral Lord Louis Mountbatten, chief -of the Southeast 'Asia command, had. returned to London-after, his August'tvisit was raised today-by perusal*of the official-' text' of -Foreign ; Secretary Anthony "Eden's speech'yesterday in the House of Commons. ' The unofficial. text said Mount- batten -"is back, .here," and it !was considered significant.'...that., he should have returned after his : vislt of last i mohth^ ' Just before the Quebec conferences. The official text, however, said "very recently Lord Louis Mountbatten was back here." : Be Beautiful When HE Returns Our studio is now completely equipped with the; finest scientific instruments' and reducing machines so that you may lose unwanted pounds or inches without exercise' or diet. Enjoy the vitality giving benefit* of our vapor baths . . . relax taut mus- _:.cles .under _tbe_.sbothing- hand o£ our masseuse. Her complete treatment consists of facial, body massage and ' muscle oil to tighten and tone the' . skin and keep it from .wrinkling. Gain new health and beauty at the modern Mover studio. • • 231 South Mechanic St. STUDIO Phone 796-J Special Evangelistic Service' Re v.Harvey McAiister Evangelist These services 'will be held every night.far the next two weeks at 7:45 except Monday nights. The' following are the messages for this week: • SUN DAY, Oct. 1 "Why DI4 the Christ DleT" • TUESDAY, Oct. 3 "Tfae Mark of the Beast and Christ's Second Com Inf." • WEDNESDAY, Oct. 4 •"HeftHnf.Ia Hts Uomr," • THURSDAY,Oct. 5 "KnssI* Eni Get 1 many and Chriit's Second' Coming." • FRIDAY, Oct. 6 "Heallnt Iii HU Stripes." • SATURDAY, Oct. 7 "N T a(ure «t the FEnlecoiial Experience." . Everyone Jf Invited to attend these lerrlen at the North . Cumberland— Assembly of God Church Lee and Wallace Streel> at the End of • tho Valley Street Bridge. Rev. J. L. Stewart, Pastor There Are FEWER Doctors Now . . . Help Them All Yon Can Approximately 50,OOQ doctors'are in the armed'force*. The burden on thotc remaining in America to serve' the hom« front it greater than ever. When yon need a doctor, by aH means call him—but cooperate with hini fnlly fcy carrying out his instructions—and thereby shorten the time of your illness. . . As pharmacist*—long-schooled and with seasoned experience—we are conveniently near you to see that th« prescription your doctor gives yon is filled exactly as he .orders it= And it it -compounded promptly with the nnent pharmacenticais—double-checked for accuracy— amd priced to save you money. There it a Peoples Drug Store Near You • '• . *• PEOPLES SERVICE DRUG STORE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE ; 74,BALTIMORE STRIET CUMBERLAND, MD. 3 8" Unbleached Muslin 'Apother. shipment of this fine . . ; ^^^-' -^^^^ .'-• quality unbleached muslin. Full ... ^^^ ^^^ \_. 38 inch wide* A* this special low price you'll want to buy enough to meet all your needs yd. 20 Coftbh Crash Toweling Make your 'own kitchen towels and save! Sturdy, cotton crash toweling in natural color with gay • colored border. 18 inches wide. Remarkably free from lint. yd.. 58' Rosemary Damask The beautiful "Rosemary" damask by the yajd'-to make your own dinner or luncheon cloths. All white center with' colored border. Popular 58 inch width, yd. 81 x 108 Oneida Sheets Famous ."Oneida" sheets at a grand jow price. Smooth lustrous, snowy, white muslin of a 'long wearing high thread count. Note the extra large size. Limit one sheet to a customer. Chenille Bath Mat Sets Dress up your bathroom with a bright.new chenille bafh mat set. Deep, velvety soft chenille mat with lid seat to match. Choice of patterns and. colors^ They make, wonderful gifts, .too! $4 98 1 Famous Purrey Blankets '- ; '' A- - :(,'• • '•'- - " Beauty, warmth and superlative value . .. .Luxurious wool and t ra'xpn blankets with the famous Purrey label. Choice rich pastel .V colors, 1 ^ Cotton Jacquard Spreads Refreshing change from your - chenilles. Colorful "Fieldcrest" cotton jacquard spreads in a good selection of patterns and colors. Full double size, 86 x 105 inches. Washable. 72x90 Lace Table Cloth Lovely new. lace dinner cloths to . .... '. give your table setting an added touch of beauty and charm. Excitingly 'different. Delicately woven lace, yet they're remarkably durable and wilNqundcr well and often. 72x90. inch size. Embroidered Pillow Cases $1 98 Maderia type and appenzel embroidery on fine muslin cases. Popular "Mr. and Mrs.'' and "His and Hers" 'patterns. Boxed two to the set. . , . »•* Cumberland Cloak and Suit Store 3 1 41 to 51 •oltimorc Str«vt

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