Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 16, 1948 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 16, 1948
Page 12
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TWELVE EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT AD Taker Ex-Convict Held On Murder Charge V , Marlhisburg Man Found Beaten To Death In Lot •MABTINSBUB6, W. Va.— (fl>j—A murder warrant, has been issued against Franklin Leon Webber, 35- year-old former convict, in the slay, irif of. Homer Church, a. sign and -street painter employed by the city. '.Webber was arrested for Investigation and drunkenness soon after Church was found with his head bashed in on a pathway in a vacant lot Sunday morning. He is being held without bond for •"preliminary hearing, with the probability that the case will be referred- to the February grand jury. Captain Robert C. Stum of the city police said Webber was arrested in a icoond-floor bedroom at the home of Tom Shipper, about a hundred yards from the spot where the body •was found. j Capt. Stum said there was blood on Webber's clothing and he acknowledged being with Church Saturday night. Police records showed Webber has been arrested 15 times since 2931 «nd served a term in the West Virginia prison at Moundsville for breaking and entering. He was heavyweight boxing champion at the prison. i .Church also had a record of numerous arrests for drunkenness. He came here from .Claksburg, W. Va., •bout two years ago. NOTICE Undergarment Employees Local No, 434 Your dance tickets are available at the plant'g. office. Salisbury Plant Bought By Firm SOMERSET, Pa.—The Salisbury Undergarment Company Inc., Philadelphia, has purchased its factory in Salisbury from the Salisbury Industrial Association. Transfer of the property was fiJcd In the office of Somerset County Recorder* of Deeds Howard R. Boose. The purchase price was about 339,000. The new factory is on a 1 lot fronting 230 feet on Union Street in Salisbury and extends back : 132 feet. It was" acquired by the association from Harvey E, and Florence Newman. The^Salisbury civic group began construction "of the plant-last June 25. It was announced 'that production in the new plant.will begin next month. The building: housing the plant is built in the. shape of a "T" •Kjl the main part of the structure measuring 64 by 144 feet. The office space measures 16 by 64 feet. The undergarment firm is the successor to Salisbury Manufacturing Company, under which the plant has been operated for the past year. It has been located in the Salisbury-Town Hall. The machinery will be moved to the new building from Town Hall. It is planned to permit public Inspection of the plant when pro- Beware Coughs Following Flu After [he flu is over and gone, thecougb that follows may develop into chronic bronchitis if neglected. Creomulsion relieves promptly beciuse it goes right to die scat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and ID aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous mcmbrancs.Nomitterhowin any medicines you have tried, leil your druggist to sell you- a bottle of Crcomulsion. with the understanding you must like the. way it quickly. tUays -the cough or. you are to have your money back. CREOMULSION forCoughs.ChestColdj.Brondiiris TAKE HOME SIX BOTTLES AND GET - 1 0 17ITIT 1Z rlLL When»rer. yon »hop, always take home iir' big, BIG 12- ouncebottles of Pcpsi-Colafor , the family! Twelve, full glasses , —plenty for all! NO FINER COLA AT 'ANY PRICE! Franchise^ Boltlc'r: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Col, of Cumberland " Under appointment from Pepsi-Cola Company, New-York They All Want fo 3 for Christmas 55 "Rollfast" BICYCLES Boys' or Girls' All Sizes j3| up duclion begins. John Costa, manager of the factory, has announced that.the girls employed at town hall have reached an advanced staR'e of efficiency and will form n nucleus for n. larger force to be hired after Jan. 1. About 150 persons will be employed in^Lhc plant. sections as long as 480 feet were towed to the coast of France to provide harbors for the invasion. About 50,000 civilians In England Samuel T. B. Morse's telegraph were employed on secret projects line between 'Washington,and Bal- which provided harbors for the in-|timore was formally completed on vasion of France, 24, 1844, Jsincs VI of Scotland TaS'lam- pooned'in the Mother Goose rhyme, "Simple, Simon," because, he'levied I high taxes. • - • B g Wagons ............ $4.75 ^^ 'CSrot-i* "ftrkir "WoTitc " A VJnffrm up Every Boy Wants'A. Wagon «| Velocipedes $9.95 <gf "Velo King" . . . 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