Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 7, 1948 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

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Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY, DECEMBER T, 19-1S SEVEN Car-Truck Crash Fatal To Three IS'cyroes Lose Lives Near Charles Town CHARLES TOWN, W. Va.—W 1 .— Stale Police said three persons w:ro tilled and three others injured yes- Do This for Head- Stuffiness! Instantly—the moment ^~ you put a lew drops -£j of Vicks Va-tro-no! in «J taoh nostril—you 11 fed ^ -sr- , •your cold-stuffed nose -n-n ' start to open up and give you wonder- Jul relief Irom sniffly head-cold distress. Va-tro-nol acts so fast because it works right icPiere trouble is. It relieves stuffy congestion, and makes breathing easier. II used in time, Va-tro-nol helps prevent many colds from developing! Try it! Vicks Va-tronol Nose Drops. i AdvcrtlSiCinrr.il torday when an automobile crashed into the rear of a truck. State Trooper L. H, Kelly said Uv. I roof ol' the car, in which six per- I soils were ridins, was sheared ofl land that the three killed were nearly decapitated. Kelly said n coroner's inquest was scheduled for today. The dead, all negroes, were listen as: James Ellis, about 25, of Be! Air. Md., a porter at the Charles Town race' track. Mary Hosby Bush, 2!, of Charles Town. Clifl'ord Mosclcy. 2o, 'address unavailable), a stable groom at thi track. The injured also all neuroes were treated at diaries Town Hospital and released. The 'crash occurred outside of Charlestown on the Winchester Pike. Police said the truck is owned | by Joseph J. Bryson. Draper. Va..' and was cliven by George Lee Smith,! Hiwassee. Va. The truck wa.s head- Masons Confer Degrees On Memorial Class Cumberland Consistory Scottish lite Masons conferred the 31st and :2nd degrees on the John E. T. Call.ihan Mc:nari:i! C!a.«s yesterday •.fternoon and last night at the ^lasonic Temple. John H. Cowles. sovereign gnmd jomniunder of the Scottish Rite Soclies of America. Washington, nt- lendod and was accompanied by the Rev. Edgai- Cordell Powers, sovereign grand inspector general, rank- jiny Maryland Mason. Arthur B. Gibson, master of Kodosh, Harold !C. Wiekard. knights commander •court of honor; William L. K. Bar- 'rett, master of Kodosh. Baltimore; I Thomas E. Gilchrist. J. Russell Cook jrmd Edward H. Allen, master of (Meredith Lodge of Perfection, also '• participated. Cowkjs, Powers. Gil, Christ and Cook arc 33:'d degree 'Masons and the others hold the 32nd degree. Historians mention embroidery as enrlv as M91 B.C. Auditors and Compl roller:? Dinner Meeting Tomorrow The monlh'.y dinner meeting of !thf Cumberland Conference of the National A.ssociation of Auditors and Comptrollers will be held to-, morrow nt 6:30 p. m. at Ali Ghsn: Shrine Country Club. Charles A. Piper, president of the. Liberty Trust Company, will .speak on "The Liberty Trust Company's. Pension Plan." Harry Landis. pre.si-j dent of the conference, will preside.. The First National Bank will be in rha-.ge of the dinner. 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