Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. Ml).. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 2.'!, ]<MS Phone /1600 For a WANT AD Taker •died us a de- Trooper Blair Parolee Given Prison Sentence Gzirrctt Coiinly Man Imprisoned In'Tcxiis Edison Gsydon Durr, Z2, of Fln/.cl, who is wanted in Gnrrctt county on | later convicted In Georgia ol slcnl- charge of violating his parole last j ing several automobiles and motor- would probably be laincr against Durr. I 'Teals and State i Bucket said Durr was paroled . for | l.hc theft of his uncle's car some Lime ago. Durr stole the car and look it to Washington, sold it. they snid. FollowiilK the Llicft Dun 1 Firemen Hold Annual Partv to Georgia and Florldu tine! WHS The Bowman's Addilion Volunteer where he|Fh- c Company held its annual Christmas pn.r!.,v la.it nljzht nt Hie Fire Hull with n plnylet, "Christ-1 went April, has been sentenced to Texas I cycles. He was sentenced to two years In a Georgia "chain gaai State Prison, at HuntsviUe for two years. He was using the name of W. F. Gaylc at the time. The- Garrelt county man was burglary charge. Garrett County sentenced on a Sheriff Juniper S. Teats said he holds, a bench warant signed by former Chief Judge William A. Huster charging Dim- with violation of a three-year parole Imposed by Associate Judge Georpe Henderson in the March term or Circuit Court .for Garrett County. Teats said 'the warrant OPEN Every Thursday ond , Friday Nite With Music Box MINKES Cottage Inn , Christie Road ROUND & SQUARE DANCE Ivery Saturday Nite Buckcl said. When he was released- in November of 1947, Teats and Buckel went to Georgia to return him to Oakland for trial. Judge Henderson imposed a three-yea::'parole at that time; they said. About a week after he was paroled, .Buckel reported. Dun- is alleged to have stolen a car in Froslburg and wrecked it. An alleged accomplice, he said, was seriously .injured in the accident, but burr escaped; Judge Busier then issued' the bench warrant "for his arrest or. the parole violation charge, Teats .said. Durr, he added.' subsequently .disappeared and his whereabouts werc| tel ' s - ChrisImas Tree Dedicated In City Thousands Allcud Ceremony A I. Park Cumberland's community Christmas tree was dedicated last nlpht at Riverside Park with thousands max Joke," 1'cnturcd. The program was in charge of Vera Sarver, Evelyn Deter and Lucille Jones with Evelyn Sulser as of persons in attendance t C ero P frS?s. MaPhiSWaSlniS -i ™«"* the invoc,^ by Rev. David C. Watson, rector of Emmanuel Episcopal Church, ami community" singing of familiar Christ- Those talcing part jn the playlet Included Dalton Hillcgas, Maria K. S^L^n^HSon J Se|-- carols Maynr T,_ a P"st 'dedicated the tree and park decorations, ex' ressingf happiness that . and.David Ruby, David Greise, Joe Sarver, Johnny Smith, Richard Bagalti, .Dale and Eldon Jones, Shirley Payne, Barbara and James Smith, Judy McKenzic, Dale HllJe- the end of World War II has made such a community enterprise possible. He closed his address with the hope that men of all faiths will join gas and Herbert Sarver, Sr., who i played the role of Santa Claus. ' Over 200 children received candy, i popcorn balls, apples and oranges,' and . Santa Claus also distributed gifts to the auxiliary's "secret sis- unknown until now. Durr will'Probably be returned to Garrett County on the parole violation charge when his term is completed, Teats said. He added it is .unlikely Allegany County would prosecute charge. .on the auto larceny //Ruptured Ww * Form fitting MILLER Trtttt natural fr** 4ctn ud ocmlort i« worfcu*, , ban* • b«<5 pUjrinf, •Jduic, dinanj, fwimmlnf *t •lerpmc. You jwt cumot «/• (bed »o W vrii^owl til* prow- ilo* «o Mfurlwf»Mki ii««»•alt TVOT phTfldaa ]>cfar* d*> tMl>( . V™p h. Ttlu <M loiij lot FHEX RAND'S OTr RATE BALTIMORE AND CENTRISTS. WATCH SPECIAL • Benrus . • Elgin • Bulova With Ruby and Sapphire Dial 15 and 17 $OJ50 Jewels • • Cumberland Loan 42 N. Mechanic St. Phone 4765 David Crocker to Report For Reserve Training David Crocker, unit conservationist lor the Allcgany County Soil Conservation Service, will report January 3. for two weeks training with the U. S. Naval Reserve at the Navy Photographic Intelligence Center, Washington. Crocker, a specialist in ground forces photographic intelligence,' is a lieutenant in the Naval Reserve. Ho will return January 17. TONIGHT! Screen Guild Players EDGAR BERGEN Charlie McCarthy, Mortimer .SncrtJ Mary Jane Smith, Charles (temper "SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS" CAMEL CIGARETTES CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS rtlkr Omul* • Sltirtln Gauche* a»7 Chilrt • Llvlnx Iloom utlci * Ucd Room Svltei • Oil, *. Ct»l Heaters »nd • KaiuM Bibj Ul(h Chslrj »nd lltdj Electric Kcfrlfcralors • IVasli- c Machines • .Kilchtn Cabinet] Brenktiit 'Seti • Smokeri Sewlni Machines ' • r I a n o > Kadloi .' Any article .you need can bo supplied by us • Ptoples Furniture Store REINHART'S The Recognized Leading House Furnishers in Western Md. 17 Baltimore Street Enjoy fine)" Flavor because 5 great qualities are •wedded in this great •whiskey. NOW ONLY $3.52 '2.23 «/IQT. P1KT »• M5en fe55in0 BLENDED WHISKEY Hot Had No Peers For Fifty Years " IHNDED WHISKEY • IS PRDOI ^ 70K BRftlK BEUUAl WIITS. JOSEPH S. FIHCH 2 COMPANY, ALADDIN, PA. The firemen's Christmas committee included Herbert Sarver, chairman, John Greise, James Bittner, Lloyd Nycurh- Herman Greise, Russell Robinette and Lamar Minnick. The auxiliary committee included Margaret Bittner, Ann 'Coleman, Eva Harvey, Phyllis Dixon, Irene Greise, Bess Hughes and Alice Paul. A joint "meeting of the auxiliary and firemen will be held at the fire hall Monday riight at 7:33. WARM AIR FURNACES immediate installation — Estimates Fret — Three Years to Pay Replace your old. worn-out furnace with a, new ' Kalamazoo The "steel ring" radiator front Ls already welded or.. Not on ordinary, furnaces. Installed bj eipcrt mechanics KALAMAZOO SALES-SERVICE il^o Columbia Avo. no in I Cumberland. Md. £010*11 NOTICE If you don't have your Christmas Turkey the Groundhog Rod and Gun Club will help solve your problem. Shooting Starts 7 P.M., Thursday Night at Marble's Service Station 1 Mile North of Lonoconing on Route 36 SCATTER CARDS Special Prizes for Lady Contestants Bring Your Gun — We Furnish The Shells 100 Turkeys Must Go This Week in the Chrktrnps spirit of K^od will to nil'people. The tree was lighted by Thomas E. Pinnn, Jr.. ' city solicitor who paid tribute to work of the committee which directed ihc project and .said he hoped the light from Cumbcrtnnd's Chri*lni:iK tree iniRiH-brlnff tin? light or'pence to men of good will throughout the world. In accepting the tree on behalf of the City of Cumberland, Morgan C. Harris, state's attorney, said he also accepted it "on • bchn.ll of all little boys and girls .whose clinging faith In Sivnta Claus makes tiic yuletidc a fairyland filled with nil the thjngs.'their hearts desire.': "We wish," Harris declared, "that leaders of Godless nations may be made to see the light and discontinue attempts to force their philos- ophy o!' government upon Christian! nations," Carols were sung by the Aliegnny Hi;h School Chorus, the Port Hill High School A Cappclla Choir and the Elks Quartet. The Fort Hill Brass Choir accompanied /the community singing. Very'Rev. .", Lawrence Kilkenny, pastor of St. Patrick's Churdi, pronounced the benediction which closed the brief service! 'Arthur B. Gibson, city ' auditor, was. master ' of ceremonies. ' T Birds have been seen talcing baths when'the temperature was only 101 to 20 degrees nbove zero. Despite their great bulk, elephants can pad through the brash as silent- It as a cat. an Arrester! Here Gels 10-Year Scnleucc Jolm D. Walker, . 47, who was race meet, was sentenced to 10 ycnrs In prison In .New York W,cd- ncsday on n charge of defrauding 1 three women he married of $108,000. He was. held in the Alleganj; county jail then transferred to Lexington, Ky. . . ' Police said he acquired a wife irj Missouri, one In Kentucky and.one in Texas during 1945. 1946 and. 1947, all without having divorced his previous spouses. . Reports-Car Stolen State Police received a report.yes- terday that' the 1933' black: Ford sedan belonging to .Lawrence L. Rank. Froslburg, had .been stolen. The -car carried Maryland' llccnsa' plates number. 511-312. Will Install Officers Officers of the Corriganvllle Vol- . unteer Fire Company will be installed Monday in the Fire Hall.- BANANAS'. . . $1.98 Bunch Also 12c pound. Hager's at Loveri Leap in tile Narrows. —Advertiirtment N-T Dec. 33-23-S4 There's a treat in store for ALL our friends and patrons Christmas Day! Turkey with all the trimmin's and other delicious meals! 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