Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on January 7, 1949 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, January 7, 1949
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FOURTEEN EVENING ' TIMES,' CUMBERLAND, MD.., FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1949 Phone 4600 For a WANT AD .Taker Railroad Wins Damage Action A jury in "Washington county las' night, returned a. verdict in iavor o' Tie B. and O. Railroad in the dam- ase»suit or an Oakland couple as a result ol an accident at the Fayette Street bridge here in December, 1M7. v . Harvey Sanders, who is engaged in the automobile' business in Oakland, .sued the railroad- lor $5,000, •while his wife. Mrs. Inez Sanders, sued lor $3,000. attorneys sntd. The car tn.which they were riding struct the center girder on th; Fayette' Street bridge. " i" Leo • Miller, Hagerstown attorney, and Albert A. Doub, this city, represented the couple. -• City Engineer Ralph .L. Rizer and Albert S. Paye, local, civil engineer, testified yesterday 'as expert witnesses^ the case. Rizer submitted copies of. city correspondence -with the railroad concerning the Washington, Fayette and Cumberland Street bridges, while Paye showed plats of the Payette Street bridge. _ ••• City Clerk Wallace G. Ullery was also called to 'identify the correspondence as records of the Mayor and Council. Attorneys representing the rall- • road were Former Chief Judge D. Lindley Sloan and- William A. Gunter. this city, and Stuart Bushong, Hagerstown. Judge Joseph D. Mish was on the bench. Local Insurance Man Named District Head Ray F. Hamner, staff superintendent pi the Home Beneficial Life Insurance- Company, Inc., lor three years has been named manager of the Cumberland district. Prior to January. 3, when Ham- aer's promotion became effective, the Cumberland office was under tht jurisdiction of the Hagerstown district office. Bom and reared In Lynchburg, Ta, Hamner has' been affiliated with the firm for eight years. Alter serving; as an agent at Lynchburg, ha was promoted to staff superintendent and transferred to Portsmouth, Va., and later to Norfolk, •V». Ha entered Navy service at Norfolk and, alter returning to civilian Hie early In 1945, was transferred to Cumberland. • Hamner is 31 and is the youngest district manager of the .company: He is first vice president of the Cumberland Life Underwriters Association, a member of the Junior Association o' Commerce, the United American Travelers Lodge and . o; First Baptist Church here. He resides with his wife and three daughters at 115 Wilmont Avenue. Code Classes Will Be Organized By Local Club Code classes will be organized tonight at 7:30 by the Mountain Radio Club at the. clubroom, 25 Bedford Street. Schedules lor cofle practice, which will, oiler beginners. a chance to learn code . and licensed operators an opportunity to brush up'on their •speed and accuracy, wDl be made. _ Olllclals said the club's transmitter has.been-installed in the new quarters. Plans are being made to collect all available magazines .and book* ollering technical information on radio, electronics and television, the club said.' A movie on- the use of radio In combating lorest llres will be shown at the business session. A social hour with relreshments is . also planned. The club is asking donations ot any unused headphones and keys to be used in the code work. Letters may be addressed to Box 872, Cumberland. Gephart School Selected For Dental Demonstration Project Dr. Kichard.C. Leonard, chici of In preventing dental decay• 6y fluo- Ithe division of oral hygiene'of the ARTISTIC CHRISTMAS SCENE—A picture ol the shepherds who have seen, the star above Bethlehem with their Hocks leatured Christmas decorations at the First Church of the Nazarene on Oldtown Road. The display was the work of David Smith, left, and Merlin Hartsock, right, who' drew the shepherds and sheep on heavy cardboard and then painted them. The cardboard cutouts we're then superimposed on a larger layout. Rev. C. N. Hutcheson, pastor, said the cardboard' cutouts will be used again next year with additional decorations. . . Marine Reserves Seek Communication. Operators Openings for" qualified communication personnel, with experience in i j n Ridgedale Playground Industrial Meeting Changed Plans Progressing State Department of Health, said that Gephart School on Frederick Street has been selected for a demonstration in the use of sodium fluoride as a dental decay preventative. . The approximately 270 pupils in the six are expected to take part in the demonstration, which is scheduled to begin next week. The program, which will be' financed by the United States Pubic Health Service, is endorsed by t e Allegany-Garrett County Dental Society and the county boards of education and health. -A. demonstration unit including a dentist, two dental hyglenists and a clerk, assigned here by the USPHS, is expected ' to 'arrive in Cumberland - either Monday or Tuesday. Parents 6r Gephart pupils have been noticed by letter of the program. They have expressed'little or I no objection, to their children taking part, school officials said yesterday. Miss Anne Tcnnant, principal, said arrangements arc being made for the unit to'seb up its equipment in the school auditorium. All parents of school children, local dentists and other Interested persons are Invited to attend the demonstration. Length" of time the unit will remain here lias not been determined. ' The project, first of Its kind to be held in. county schools. ref.ccLs recently developed widespread Interest ride therapy, Dr. Leonard said. Application of a fluorine solution to children's ; teeth effects-, on' the average, a 40 per'cent reduction in future dental decay. • The-unit will demonstrate the. prevent al! future decay. Average|p rec( ]' on , Train Group reduction of 40 per cent is all that p , , T may be expected. - . J. 1 aiscu J.U Dental Society Honors Secretary-Treasurer. Dr. Karl W-. Kolb. secretary- treasurer* of the" Allcgany-Garrect County Dental Society, was presented a traveling- case- by the] society at a dinner meeting Wednesday at All Ghan Shrine Coun»..„ — ,try Club in recognition of his work, . approved technique- of application, • aft offldal Ql the c.a.r. for the benefit of those dentists « ot | soclety , '. • |tiorQ :t bi{ a ^ ll: th W t'eaunent C> ' a " ' i '-The presentation speech was iJ?S«SS 1 JSS;''*S ;F *S^--n i j-: teeth and a series of four applications of the fluorine solution. Dr. Leonard 'emphasized that the fluorine .treatment should-'be grven only by trained dental personnel, since the value of fluorine mouth washes lozenges-and other prepara- Mayor Thomas 'S. Post has received a. N 'letter- from J.' Edward . Shugrue, national director of the -American Heritage Foundation, New York City, thanking him and the local citizens' committee lor their efforts in making the' visit of the Freedom Train here Oast September a success. . ' • John M. Robb'served as general f the local "Rededlca- committcc. - tions for home use has not been established. He pointed out that the Suonne treatment .cannot be expected to dent, presided. A report by Dr.. J. Russell Cook on the semi-annual meeting ol the .Maryland State Dental Association in Washington 'was presented. infantry wire . and radio, exist in Company D, Fifth Battalion, Marine Reserves, according to Capt.-'Patsy Algleri. commanding officer. . With the receipt of. telephone and radio equipment. Company D is planning to train members'of-the unit In radio procedure, wire laying, radio maintenance aud sage center procedure. However, Capt. Algieri pointed out, experienced personnel- are required to carry out -the program. He reminded prospective applicants that Tnen from all &l the services, are eligible. Those seeking •. more information should contact Lt. Edward H. Walker, 1 inspector-instructor, at the Training Center on MciKaig's Hill. 23,000 Lieutenants Needed In Army Lt. George. J. Gocke,.. officer In charge of the local ^recruiting station, has announced the. Regular Army is in need of 23,000 lieutenants. Men who are not on active at 'the Plans to establish a playground. Patterson Avenue-Sper-y Terrace section.are being continued with two.committees named by the Ridgedale Playground Association. John H. Kington and' Mrs. H. O. Diehl were' named to study costs and shipping dates on various types of playground equipment. • . Kington, Mrs. W.' L. Ort and Mrs. F. Campbell were appointed, a constitution and by-laws committee. The group, meeting at the home of Mrs. Diehl, Mann's Terrace, approved membership cards for th'ose affiliating with the association, and a fiscal year beginning with January was adopted. "The association hopes, members said, to have a playground' in the area in operation by ; early summer. The next meeting will be January 12, at the home of.'Mrs. Diehl. State Head (Continued from Page is) This meeting is open to the. public and all persons interested in helping ' establish "a county heart not on active duty and civilians with previous service may apply here. Gocke said. Civilians must have had at least a year's active service in one of the'armed forces between. December 7, 1941. and June 30, 1947, and musi have left the service under honorable.;. conditions. Applicants must have • completed two years'of college at an accredited school and must be between 19 and 32. They must be U. S. citizens and be physically fit. Oldest Marine QUANTICO, Va.—(INS)—Oldest 'Marine In .point of age and service in the Marine Corps, recently completed 41 years of service and re--1 enlisted lor another four. He was I inaster sergeant H. B. Barthly — 73 years young. -- 1949 Xmas Club OPEN Join' Now I THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK City Hall Square — Cumberland Jf ember Fed. Deposit .Insurance Corf, ii _____ BARTON WASHERS IMMEDIATE ' DELIVERY The Motorists' Friend 173 Baltimore St. r ch and Clock son Lighters REPAIRED John A. Nierman 57 Pershlnj: Street Phone 148-W WE LOAN MONEY yn Watches, Diamonds LOWEST RATES If you nc«d money sec Som STORE OPEN,UNTIL.7 P. M. SOUTHERN JEWELERS Next to New Bus Terminal 131 N. Mechanic Street Need A Loan? Cortie In or Phone Now! NATIONAL LOAN ••CO.'- Furniture Loons AUTO LOANS IN 5, MINUTES Eosy Rcpoy Plan -.- • ._ SOI SOUTH GEOKGE STREET, " Lester Millensor.. Kgr.- Round & Square SATURDAY NIGHT FAIRGO TAVERN Music by Jiggs Retallic and His Trio Phone 2461-J Brings You Great Stars' , j. (of Broadway and Hollywood) jjft L EVERY-SUNDAY NIGHT, Ji'" 't 9:00 P.M. WCUM 1400 O.V 1'OLB DIAL 'Brought to you by . THE POTOMAC EDISON CO, 6 VJllUUj,' The meeting of the Executive Committee of the Cumberland Industrial Promo.tlo'r.. Committee, scheduled for 1 Monday, will be held Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the City Hall instead. FRESH BAKED Pastries „ Bread Rolls Cakes PACKIE'S BAKERY Corner.Greene and Loe Vjrginlo Avc. and Third Bring it "Home 1 for Service . ST. GEORGE MOTOR CO. "Your Friendly Ford Dealer" S.. George St., Cumberland, Phone 580 The place to go after the show It's our pleasure 'to serve you . . . c meal or a sandwich. The restaurant unusual open until 2 A. M. ANDERSON'S ' ,. . 119 South Centre St. Finest Foods Breakfast- Luncheon Dinners PROMPT SERVICE The Liberty Tavern 42 N. Liberty Sr. BORROW SENSIBLY If you need cash for winrcr expenses, our service is prompt friendly and private ;. Loans up to $300.00 - ty. Note — Furniture — and •;• Auto Loans • INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC, Ho. 301, Liberty Trust Bldg. PHONE 97 MO SKINS CREDIT CLOTHING • ' * CLOTHING for the FAMILY on EASY, FRIENDLY CREDIT * ONE ACCOUNT OUTFITS THE FAMILY *"- ' 141 BALTIMORE ST. for Your Shopping £ Convenience . . . •*' OPEN TONITE UNTIL 9 P. M. NATIONAL STORES Opposite A. & P. 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