Phone 4GOO for n WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MB., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23. 194 S FIVE DuPont To'Offer Scliooliag Awards 77 Fellowships To Be Given Post-Graduntes Seventy-seven • post-graduate and post-doctoral fellowships to 47 unl- Tcrsitles for^ the".J949-50 academic year will be -awarded by the duPont Companj-, It was announced yesterday. The fellowship.. awards will be made in continuation ol the company's 30-year-old, plan 'to encour- mge graduate research" in chemistry, physics, metallurgy and engineering. Expenditure .of S226.800 has been authorized for this year's awards. Under this' year's post-graduate fellowship plan a single person receives 51,200 -and a- married per- lon $1,800, with ..an. award of $1,000 going to the university, under the post-doctoral ' plan ' each recipient receives 53,000 and a grant of $1,500 ices to' the university. The selection of., candidates for the fellowships and' the choice of problems on which they are to work »re left to the universities. The recipient Is under no employment obligation after he completes his •work under the fellowship. In this year's program 45 of the post-graduate fellowships are in chemistry, fourT-in"physics, 15 in chemical engineering, 'five in mechanical engineering and two in metallurgy. The plan also provides for six post-doctoral fellowships in chemistry. Awards" In the post-doctoral field »re. designed as an incentive to those who'would prefer academic work and who.would.be qualified for itafl positions on graduate faculties. A camel can drink 25 gallons of invtcr in half,nn hcur. Associate Judge Oliver H, Bruce, Jr., has handed down an opinion In Circuit Court in favor of City Police Officer Walter P. 'Crabtree in his equity suit against the City ol Cumberland for payment of salary and expenses as a result of injuries suffered while on duty. 'The court ruled that the city must pay in full salaries and medical and hospital expenses of police officers Judge Bruce Rules In Favor Of Policeman Injured On Duty Police Department when Injured In course ol employment. -The language Is plain and the term 'full compensation 1 has no relationship to the Workmen's Compensation Act, but means what it says. "Under Its terms policemen are entitled to full base pay when by reason of injury they are prevented from performing their duty." „, of Baltimore "and George Street the day before Christmas, 1946. He was hospitalized and unable to rqturn to work until April 26, 1917. Through his attorneys, Paul M, Fletcher and Milton Gerson, he claimed $711.60 in unpaid salary, $70 hospital expense and. S75 surgical expense. The city .claimed, according to Thomas B. Pinan, city solicitor, that under the local law, the police officer was entitled to 'two-thirds pay under the Workmen's Compensation Act, and 5t was cited that several similar instances of personal injury of police and firemen had been handled in this same manner. The city a'.so contended that Crabtree made a cash settlement with Johnny's Cab Company, owner of the vehicle which struck him, and he therefore had been paid for the time he lost. Judge Bruce, In his opinion wrote, "Chapter 871, Acts of 1943, of the General Assembly of Maryland, is an act as its title discloses, among other things, to reRUlntc nick leave and expenses of members of Hie I gaged thus policemen are entitled to full compensation when by reason of injury etc. they are prevented from performing their duties as such. "From the testimony of the respondent (city), it appears," Judge Bruce continued, "that little or no effort to assist the complainant (Crabtree) or investigate the matter was made by the head of the particular (po'.ice) department, and the complainant cannot be made to suffer dire to the failure of the respondent to act with dispatch." "It further appears, that the superiors of the complainant failed to carry out the order of the Mayor (1936) which was introduced as evidence by the respondent. "The testimony of the complainant is clear as to his injuries occurring in the cause of his duty. He further detailed his efforts to obtain compensation which were denied by the respondent. ' Judge Bruce cited several cases and references supporting various phases of his opinion. An inter- part of the opinion I.H the ruling on the status of police officers. The Court wrote, "A.police- man is a public official, a public officer. The relationship of a police' officer and the municipality cannot be construed as that of master and servant. A police officer is clothed with sovereignty, limited to the government and discipline of that particular entity. or authority for which he acts. The right of subrogation, therefore is not recognized in this case." The Jurist concluded, "For the foregoing reasons, the Court shall sign a decree when presented overruling the demurrer, filed herein and requiring the City to pay unto •the complainant' his expenses incurred as a result of his injury, his full base pay for the period of his Incapacity and decreeing, 'full compensation', to mean full base pay." Air Force Reserve. May Use Part Of Airport The Air Force Reserve will seek to get permission to use a portion of i Cumberland Municipal Airport lor, training activities at a meeting to-1 morrow at 8 pjn. in the office of. Mayor Thomas S. Post. Capt. William F. New, .Air Force officer, will confer with airport officials on 1 various phases of the project should the Air Force Reserve .decide to make Cumberland a sat- "elllte training center. Col. W. O. Earockson, Andrews Air .Force Base, Washington, recently requested Capt. New • to learn the ,cost to the Air Force of Dl-octiine j gasoline, aviation oil, hangar and engineering- and operations space Although the required officer component has been filled and an organizational meeting held, no authorization for the formation of the unit has been received from Andrews Field. Draft Calls Start Following Recess tested and three will report for examination from Board 29 January 7. Eight men-were enlisted yesterday to serve in the Regular Army for Draft calls, suspended during the I thr ^ c ve!U ' s . __.-* . , i •"Pnnir oTrt Christmas holidays, resumed today when eight men from Frostbit rg Board 30 reported to the local Army and Air Force recruiting station for pre-induct:on examinations, 'Lt. George J. Gocke, commanding, said. Tomorrow, Oakland Board 47 will send six men and one mnn from Local Board 27 will be Inducted. Two men will be' Inducted Irom Board 47 on New Year's Eve. The oflice will start the New Year They are Robert H. Seal, Mt. Savage; Lormaii H. Paugh, Barnum, W. Va,; David Freal. Frostburg; David Dale Bray..- Barnum; Raymond G. Paugh, Barnum: Raymond Lewis, Mt. Savage;' David J. Powell, Mt. Savage, and Melvin M. Miller, Hyndman. Fa. Report On Christmas Kettles To Be Given Major Elmer Wall will give a report on the Christmas kettle collection of the Salvation Army at the meeting of the Cumberland Kiwanis Club on Thursday rrt 12:15 p. m a'' Central Y. M. C. A. , Guests will include Lt. Joseph V. 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