Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 23, 1948 · Page 18
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 18

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, December 23, 1948
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EIGHTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1948 Phone 4600 for a WANT. AD- Taker Love Appointed To New Position Loiiaconing Native Goes To Virginia A f~ner resident of Lonaconing Jame. H. Love, has. been name director of personnel relfttions -fo Colonial WlHiamsbure, which is re storing \Villiamsburg, Va., to it former colonial appearance. Love, for the past 25 years wa industrial relations manager and : director of the Federal Shipbuildin: and Dry Dock. Company, of Kear ney,.N. J., the largest organization of its kind in the country. Th yards are being:' taken over January I by the United States Navy. In' his new work, he will b responsible for the development ani administration of personnel plan and policies including the formula- tlon, and supervision of' procedure; lor employe benefits, training and other .related matters. A highly diversified organization, Colonial Wll- liamsburg has approximately 1,100 employes in a large number of cate- " fories including clerks, construction •workers, hotel employes and costumed hostesses who escort visitors through, the .exhibition buildings .Love"succeeds John 1 L. Levels, Jr. ' ^-ho resigned recently to. enter pri- .. rate" business. His work at . tho Federal Shipbuilding . Company ' included supervision' of employment, em- • ploye .benefits and labor policies as '.• the'guard force, safety .pro• cram and restaurants and canteens He was also responsible for labor contracts drawn between manage' meat .and labor. 1 During World War H, he devoted considerable time to employe-em- ployer -relations in the shipbuilding industry and Irom 1941 .to 1945 was one or 12 management representatives on the' National Shipbuilding Stabilization Committee which set nation-wide patterns of Irvbor relations. .: He also served .as a member of-the War Labor Board's Shipbuilding Commission and was an alternate member of '• the Second • Regional District of'the'WLB. Love is a member of the American 'Management Association, an •xecutive or the North Jersey Pcr- •onnel Group and a past director of the National Safety .'Council. His wife, also a native of 'Loim- coming, • will • join • him in Williams"burg within the next week: Their Why fight Christinas Crowds? •Will.nor too late to give the Idtal Gift . . . attractive Gift ' Ante*".'Announcement Cards Free with •Ytry MAGAZINE SUBSCRIP- TION Order. Write or tele- i tw*»vi — phone for special low .price. ..«.--•.• • \ Chrlitmas offers today. Shop ot home ... in comfort. John J, Mattingly only daughter, Mrs.-Jeanette Burch lives in Roanoke, Va. Legion To Give Food Baskets Knobley Mountain Post'No. 138, American Legion, will-distribute 13 food baskets in Ridgeley'tomorrow. Albert Wolfe Is chairman of the Legion's basket committee, assisted by Nelson E.- Brant, Cietus Parrish and Archie Lough,' ' . ' Tomorrow night, the Legion will co-operate with the Ridgeley • Volunteer Firemen, Lions. Club ] and Ridgeley Rod and .Gun" Club in sponsoring the annual communitj tree lighting program. ' The affair will be held near the Legion home at 7 p. ,m., with a program including music' - by the Cumberland Moose Band.' In a recent home-talent prixiuc- tion entitled'- "Fun For 'You," the Legion Post cleared .$135.90 which was .used to 'provide • the food •' baskets .for the needy' families and help pay for'part, of the children's ;reat. • .-.'•'.Romney Police Hold Local GI Authorities at Romney, W. Va.! have apprehended a Cumberland soldier, Ellis-Houston. Shifflett, -for questioning in connection with the theft : of an'automobile'here.; He is absent--without leave from Camp Pickett,.Va.- State Police said Shifflett denied aking ; the-car of Conrad Felton, 705 Bedford Street, from the local Postoffice parking lot Tuesday, The vehicle -was -found about 14. miles east.^of .Romney with the motor practically ruined.. Sniffles was lodged in' the Romney ail pending action of Army author- ties. State Police indicated that he will not be prosecuted in connection with the car theft. - The' famous Green "Mosque i'at Brussa, .Turkey, got its name-from ;he thousands of green clay tile used o decorate its outer wall.' " . Knights Templar To Hold. Service A Christmas service wlllbe held Saturday at 11 a.' ra. • in. Masonic Temple by Antioch Commandery No.-.6, Knights Templar. . , A talk by Harry A. Smith, eminent commander, will open the program. Rev. Dr: H. Hall Sharp, ptstor of St. -Luke's .-Lutheran Churcli, will give the invocation. Captain General Henrj 'M. Earle, E.P.C., will read General Order No. 1 of'the Grand Commandery of Maryland and Arthur. Thomas will-present musical selections accompanied by Hugh Watson. Dr. Sharp will .give the benediction, .Commander Smith'-will oiler a John Temple Rice^ Texas, national most eminent .grand master, with a response by Generalissimo -Boyd L. Shafer; to Robert; C. Jones,' state right eminent grand commander, by Grant Wlebel, R. B. P. G. C. of Maryland;.-to the Flag by Lawrence F. Kyle, guard;' to Harry O. Schroeder, grand master of the Grand Lodge of A. F..and A. .Masons'of. Maryland by John J. Robinson. -.-••. A toast to'York Rite Masonry in Maryland will be offered by Fred P. Keyser; Dr. J. Russell Cook will offer the toast to ScottlshRtteMason- ry in Maryland; Kinsey A. Wolfe, E. P. C., will offer the toast to the A. A. O. N.-M.-S.,-and Past Commander Arch C. Willison, second. oldest living, past commander, will honor deceased Knights. The. committee in charge of arrangements Includes Boyd L. Shafer,' chairman, and Alvin O. Cook and James C,'Watkins. Driver To Face Grand Jury Action 1 Francis -Lowell .Charlton, 23, this city, will face grand jury action next month on a charge of manslaughter, according to State's Attorney Morgan C. Harris. Charlton has been identified by truck-car collision December 7 in Corriganville, in . which William Stewart, 67-year-old Frostburg man who was deputy cleric of Trial Magistrates Court here, was killed, Charlton, who suffered facial lacerations In. the accident, was discharged several days ago from Memorial. Hospital. After Charlton informed authorities he "blacked out" jusc before the crash, he "willingly .submitted" to examination by a local physician at the suggestion of the Stat'e's Attorney's office, Harris said. The physician reported he could 'ind no condition which would cause "A" Grade Rubber With Written Guarantee BANANAS . . . $1.98 Bunch Also 12c pound.. Huger's at Lovers *eap in the Narrows. .- "', : .. —Advertisement • N-TDcc22-23-!<l • Tele .12-16 The • Narrows DETENTBOL GENEIIAL TREADING WORKS Cumberland, Maryland . 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'Centre St. lapses Into unconsciousness, Harris added. The state's attorney said Charlton- still contends he remembers nothing after passing a speed limit sign at the western end of'.Corriganville, until .'after the collision. The sign is located about half a mile from the scene ot the crash. The truck driver told authorities, Harris said,- thai ho was cm the wrong side of the rotid when he out • Clint got there. BANANAS for C'i,";si.mns ' 51.98 ^nch " By the' pound 12c also Large. Fancy Bananas Old Fashioned Mixed CANDY 3 »». $1.00 English Walnuts, Brazil Nuts, Almonds, Filberts, Chestnuts, Ere. 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