Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 22, 1948 · Page 19
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Phono 4GQO for a WANT AT) Take* EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, 3V1U, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 22. 19-I8 NINETEEN;:,; Decision Withheld In Pay Claim Case Officer Crablree Asks Money For Time Lost Associate Judge Oliver H. Bruce •withheld decision in Circuit Court yesterday after hearing testimony in a'equity case involving the refusal of the City of Cumberland to pay a policeman "injured-in line of duty his salary -for the time lost from -work. The plaintiff. Walter P. CraDtree, a City of Cumberland traffic policeman,Vas allegedly hit by a tnxicab at the corner' of Baltimore and George Streets on December 24, 1946. .-. '. - Officer Crabtric was hospitalized for several -weeks and was off from •work about four months. He claims about $850 in unpaid salary compensation for the period, his. attorneys said. Milton' Gerson and Paul. M. Hetcfaer are attorneys .for Officer Crabtree, vrhile Thomas Bl Flnan, city solicitor, represents the city. Attorneys explain the case is not entirely to settle a claim against the city, but. 's also intended to test the local lavJ' covering similar situations. Gerson said that 'policemen in Cumberland are not covered under a Workman's Compensation Act, although it appears, to have been the ' policy of the city to handle claims along the same manner as statp compensation. However, he told the Court, the local law.covering city employes provides for "full compensation" in the event of injury, ttc. while at work. ' • ' Hnan argues that ."full compen- »ation" is intended to mean two- thirds pay, such as is .provided in the Workmen's Compensation laws. The city also argues it.owes Crabtree nothing, since he allegedly received approximately $1.000.from the taxicab company's insurance firm.. Tonkav-ay Tribe No. 120 Elects William Merrill Arctic iviaimuiiij. -DU^ wucij. oim Toakaiva'y Tribe No; 120, Improved arrived the UI publicity boys noticed Order of Red Men, met last night that she had the initials "M. M." on and elected William' Merritt sachem, her purse. Other new officers are: Henley, senior- sagamore; Herb Stein's line: Thoss radio giveaways filially hftvc reached the ultimate stage—NBC giving away its stars to CBS. * * * Samuel Goldwyn, who isn't so foolish, showing his latest • film. •Enchantment," to 35 Hollywood beauty parlor operators; Women talk and Sam is going to capitalize on It. He remembered the old one about'the'three forms of communication: Telephone, telegraph ar.d tell a woman. Twelve-year-old kid actress Daria Ma-ssey discussing a rival pint-sized movie queen: "Of course, she's a Jew years vounger than I am. She still thinks that Butch Jenkins Is the romantic type." » * • A carpenter on the set of "The a Kuy w:i ° Class Initiated By Eagles Aerie Cumberland Aerie, No. 45, Fraternal Order of Eagles, initiated 40 men last night in honor of John J. Stump, first president. Stump was introduced by Edward B. Fahey, past president. In recounting Stump's work in the Eagles, Fahey said Stump joined the organization July 30, 1D02. and became president of the aerie at that time. • The first president spone of the the candidates. Frnncis Twlgg. president, conducted the Initiation. The Acrlo also completed final uns for the children's Christmas party at the Eaijlcs Home tomorrow at 2 p. m. Children from the Allc- gany County League for Crippled Children will be entertaineffat noon. since done in he joined the the 4G years organization. Estel C. Kelley told the new candidates of the workmen's, compensation and old age benefits offered by the Eagles and told of various civic enterprises in which 'the Aerie the Smiths' south Denver homcr.lt was n pretty; expensive, pheasant dinner,' Smith said—J9.85 for «Cnisw window, . ' .'.'....'."I " Paiieless Plieasaul Hunt DENVER—(/PJ—George K. Smith went hunting but it • was Mrs. Smith who bagged the family's only pheasant. A low-flying bird crashed through the living room window in Life of Riley" driving a r.ail into has participated. the floor to keep a doorjtrom open- Francis. H. Schultz, chairman ol ing too wide, then being told to the board of trustees, also addressed pull' the nail because the door didn't |— open wide enough. He had trouble j getting the nail out and; director Irving Erecher said: • ' i 'Take the door off and move itj to the other side of the nail. - That's | the way they'd do it at the studio II just left."' SCENE AT UNION PARTY—Pictured- above is a • group ol officials of the Cumberland Undergarment Company and members'of Local 434, International Ladies Garment Workers "Onion; AFL, at a Christmas dance held • at the Woodmen of the World Kail a recent night. Clockwise around the table are Richard A. Reid, Mrs. Fred Coste, Mr. Coste, Mrs. Sol Gllekman, Mr. Glickman, Sam Arzt', Mrs. Arzt,.Mrs, Maurice Mllberg, Mr. Milberg, Mrs. Viola Reid, and Sain, Einhom. Hollywood™" Eskimo Likes Durante By ERSKINE JOHNSON NBA Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD—"Miss .Alaska," .a pretty 25-year-old Eskimo named Quanna, flew to Hollywood from Nome for a role in the T7I picture, 'Arctic Manhunt." But when she "Why?" they asked. "My real name," she said, "is ££QV .nclllcy, 3C111U* - a«fc»» iliwi ^, IVJ.^ iCill 11CU11U, QUO OLUU. *" Joseph Spinetta, junior .sagamore: |Minnie; and I was once married to George. Smith, prophet; Robert a man named Muntz." Relchert. chief of records;" John • "Madman 'Muntz?." Wilson, collector of wampum; Kelly ' Robison, keeper of wampum, Dr. B. C. "Upchurch, trustee; S. E. Bar- naul, representative to Great Council, and C. L. Loy, special officer. W. E. Reuhl, supreme deputy great incohence of First District, -Will install the officers January 4. FLASH! SPECIAL! Men's 15-Jewel Bulova Wrist Watches (Unredeemed) With limulatcd diamond and ruby iront set dials and gold filled ex- paniion bands— -a**'* <ft gold. CENTRE STREET LOAN COMPANY 40 X. Centre St. 1 "Madman 'Muntz?." screamed the press agents: "No, just Muntz," said Quaona, "but -he -was mad about other girls." If you read elsewhere that Miss Alaska—Minnie Muntz—runs a used car lot in Nome, blame the '.Til publicity department. • I soon discovered that Minnie- pardon me, Quanna—is as hep as any starlet. She collects Crosby" 1949 Xmas Club OPEN Join Now/ THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK CUT Hall Square — Cumberland Jffir.fce/- red. DctoiU.Insitranci Corp. 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Centre St. records, reads fan magazines, likes radio soap operas (they probably call 'em blubber operas in Alaska), is hu^ about .American ice cream and Van Jolinsor., Her'big Hollywood ambition: To rub noses with Jimmy Burar.te. "I I promised my girl friends I'd try." i + * + . • The latest gas at Warner Brothers, where almost everybody /has been | fired. Harry Warner walked into the' studio cafe, saw eight tourists from Iowa eating lunch—and immediately laid 'em off. ' Press agent Mort Goodman's title for a book about Hollywood press agents: "I Wake Up Steaming." * * * "The Masked Spooner" signing up for a television program. It .takes 20 years -to perfect television so| you can see the performers andi BANANAS . . . $1.98 Bunch; Also 12o pound. Hager's at Lovers ] Leap in the Narrows. ' i — \dverllsemcnt ' ,N-TDc=::-!3-2< is the word for it... , . when you get a complete engine i TUNE-UP 'FOR WINTER by our expert mechanics Gurlay Brothers Dodge-Plymouth 5c7«-S»rrice 123'Si Libirty St. . Phon« 238 The Ideal Christmas Gift for Your Child! A COURSE IX DANCING . SINGING BATON TWIRLING STECKMAN STUDIOS 222 Emily St. Phone 616-M • Lonaconing • Frostbiirg EILER CHEVROLET 219 N. Mechanic St. Phone 143 GARDEN , Poromount pn LAST DAY 2 - LAUGH HITS PLUS CARTOON PATIIC HOWIES fN «UA»T. EOGEME fAUSTTE Oueenie Vos«ir WESTERN ACTION Tomorrow and Friday — With Disney Cartoon ... Side-Splitting Laughter — Plus Wild end Furious.Action ... .Spinncrin Knitting Yarns Needlepoint Pieces " and Mothproof Yarn' Cordc. Taton Zippers Argylc Sock Packs ART Needlework Shop Open 1(1 A. Mi to 7 T. JL 2nd Floor, 47 N. Liberty St. Over Turbys Sandwich Shop,. 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ANGJEiS WITH mm • u THEY Dm VE BY NIGHT 8. BANCROFT-Ilie "DEAD END KIDS." GW--ALM -BOSCOEMHS ' "^^ STARTS FRIDAY TVVO HOLIDAY. TREATS ... THE ENTIRE FAMILY WILL ENJOYI! JACK PAAR-FRANK1E CARLE Jj! LeonERRDL-HgarKENNEDY | Beverly StulI First Lady- of the 'Accordion at RENNII'S COCKTAIL LOUNGE Baltimore at Mechanic NEW LOW PRICES , C u m b a til a n^ Seafood Market ^Seafood' in Season Free Delirery. Service-" 212 Greene Street:-. Phone 2343-W ' Queen City Dairy'r; ; Homogenized, MILK Is fortified .with'— Vitex Vitamin f' and Is the BEST For Jo . . Family .. DAIRY, 315 S. Mechanic St. Phoni.699- MARK A HP _ 2 - feature! - 2 fa***! ™.j t Forged By fe* • , ^^t^ a W -* Starring MICHAEL REDGRAVE JEAN KENT - JOAN GREENWOOD The Story of a Man win Murdered Himself._ and Lived to Regret HOLIOW Starts XM AS DAY at Noon GALA HOLIDAY SHOW *• adventure of in the WHs LAST TODAY- SPECIAL SHOWING—THUR. and FRI. 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