Cumberland Sunday Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 8, 1944 · Page 6
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SIX SUNDAY TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, SUNDAY OCTOBER 8, 1944 Bright-UghtedSMps Ply Sea With Aid Ftwr Prisoners Newest addition to the Ke<£ Crow fleet la. (be TKTOMCWC, . Swedish motor fly NBA Service New York, Oct. 7.—Lighted ships, whose narrow lanes of safety have been agreed on<. by the belligerents, are sailing weekly'to Europe. Their holds bulge with relief, supplies for prisoners of war. ' With huge red! crosses- painted on ttielr decks, these ships of thai Had: Cross Fleet sail under neutral flaes, with neutral crews. They radio their positions dally—every six hours In the Mediterranean — unlike other ships which must travel In radio- silenced, darkened convoys. The Red* Cross Flee* was born early in the war,, to bring- relief 60' men and womenv tO'prison camps of> enetnp nations, ffeutral 1 vessels were used at first, with a;. representative of the International Committee of thp Red Cross aboard In charge of the cargo. More shipping space was needed!, howevar, and ; In early 5842 the Swiss, Foundation-for Risd Cross Transrwrts was organized!, The Carltas IS,, her name taken, from the coat of arms of the- In-, tesnatloaal Committee— "in Arma, Carltas"—was tfte flrst wssel acquired by the foundation. As the need far outgrew space on this ship and on Swiss vessels, sailing boats ware brought Into this work of rneecy, to serve until other modem vessels could be acquired. Now, the Red: Gross Fleet consists of eight motorshlps and stearahip. and. the ninth scon is to be added. These ships, operated by the American Red Cross, carry, food, medical, recreational and clothing supplies provided by the American, Brltlslii and Canadian Red Cross Societies, the American government, foreign national groups and such 'organizations as the Y.M.C.A. and the National Catholic Welfare Conference^ Next-of-kin packages and -watches prisoner of war mall also are included to th« cargoes. Similar tup- plies from the German Red Cross for prisoners held in this country are carried on the return- voyage. The Red Crow has been transporting, between 1,000.000 and 2.000,000 food parcels each month. During the last 12 months, 187,000,000 pound* of tupplles have been carried to Europe, including about 13,000,000 food parcels and more than 1,000,000 complete outfits of clothing. Fort Ashby Fort Ashby, W. Va.. Oct.' 7.—Cecil Herahberger, s 1-c. spent a short Jeav« with his wife and family. Pvt. Kenneth Miller, Woodrow Wilson Hospital, Staunton, Va.. was visiting at the home of Mrs. Mary Bennett, Carroll Broome, S 1-e, returned to duty after spending a furlough with his mother, Mrs. SalUe Broome. Mr. and Mrs. John Dowden announce the birth of 2. sen at their home Sunday. MM. June Adams returned from Norfolk with her husband, S 1-c, Raymond P. Adams. Pvt. Ray Barnes, 'Aberdeen, Md., is visiting his wife and son. Cpl. Elmer Fleek, Camp Olai- borne, La., Is spending a furlough here. Mr*. Raymond C. Adams, Mrs. Charles Ambrose and Mr. M. D. Tenney are 111. Germans Raise Howl Over Allied Canines London, Oct. 7 </F>—The Germans complained today that Allied canine reinforcements were cramping their style on the western front. "The Allies have set up special police troops with sleuthdogs to counter our reconnaissance formations," a broadcast said. Peanut oil has been made fine enough to lubricate expensive Davis Club Holds Dinner The Da via Junior Woman's Club held a progressive dinner party Thursday, night. The dinner began with cocktails served at the home of Mra. Willis Hull, with Miss Elolae Bergstrom assisting. Guets went to the home of Mrs. Wayne c. Splggle for the main course. Miss Mary Crawford was hostess at her*home for the salad course, being assisted in serving by Mlas Mary Louise Jones. Dessert was -strved at the home of Mr. Georgs ZUunas with Miss Ruth Burtey assisting hostess. Guests were Mrs. K, W. Clark and Mrs. Afleen Tyler, of Harman. , Principals Organize . The' . Tucker county Principals opened their organization .Thursday evening with a dinner in the Main Street Restaurant, Parsons. Following the dinner a business meeting was held In the. county superintendents office with the following being elected to office: President, Arthur Cjuattro, 1 Pierce Grade School; vice president, Forlster Randolph, Kamrick- School; secretary-treasurer, Mr?. Naomi W. Knelaley, Davis Grade School. Others in attendance were: Mrs. Forrest Armentr6u,t, Bretz School; County Superintendent Reardon s Cuppett; assistant county superintendent, Earl Corcoran, Parsons; S. w. Harper, Thomas. High and Grade Schools; Alston White, Montrose; Richard Adams, 'Porterwood; H. Dale Rldgeway, Parsons Grades; Jason Wolford, Parsons High; Joseph De Polio. Pierce School; and Lorenza Helmick, Douglas, . . Administrative plans were laid The.next meeting will be held in Davis !n November. ' Boys Scout Election H. K: Kackley, scoutmaster of Davis Boy Scout Troop No. 91 announces William Hall was ap-' pointed assistant scoutmaster Monday, when the troop held Its election. Patrol election places Norman Phclpa as the Beaver. Patrol leader and Robert Burger his assistant; Wolf Patrol Donald Elyard, and Ernest Bellnc.. Other officers are Guy Burger, assistant .treasurer; John Creegan, quartermaster, and James Clark, scribe. The troop also voted to hold a cake walk and dance in the Eagle Hall October 18. Personals Cpt. George Zlzunas returned to Matagorda Island, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Arnold, Sr;, received word their son, William Arnold, Navy, in the Atlantic has been promoted to Radio man, 3-e. An other son. Clyde. Jr,, has been promoted : to Radio man, 2-c, in the South Pacific. . ; -Guests at the home of Mrs. Betty Patterson are Mr. and Mrs. Dayton Williams, Meadville, P.a.; Mrs Aldith Patterson, Alderson, W. Va. and Miss Annalce Patterson, Washington, • ....-.;. Mrs. Charles H. Cotlman was hostess to the members of the Davl* Sewing Club at her home Friday .Mrs. Clara B.. Arnold, Carolina Beach, N. O.,'Is spending two weeks here with her father," C. B. Lewis. ;, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ferruso have received, word their son, Pyt. Joseph Ferruso, has been transferred to Fort McClellah. Ala. jj-Sgt. Frank Bellnc. Harlinger Ruptured Try This Out Mbdern FralavtJan< Great ComfarE Without Tsrtarons Tr»» •)us»Kixro' ni An "tff-oymlBf' rrrriatlon In ' end cirafotttbfo tettaeftt* nipiui* prctacc- tlon m«? tn jmx* tor UM ufcht*, -mttjaat tort of &a!f*ticm. Simply nvaA nm* vn& Kdrws la WOH»m S. Rtce. Inc., Dept. •03-L. AHmu; H. T, ui4 isa'lstz&t of th« n«v «nd dBfrronl RKe Htibod »M be KH[ rca rre*. xWitbaac h»r<l aab-tt P«d» or tafmeiHInt pnmnt, tHtn't a port tb»t has tiroosM Joj- mnct eomtart to lb«aj»nd»—by rrieasing than from Tra««-« vlth rfittift »ni itrups that bind Mod eat. 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