Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on May 15, 1964 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, May 15, 1964
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V . Helmick To Head County Teachers William E. Helmick, an indus- trial arts teacher at Mt. Savage High School, last night was elect- ed new president of the Allegany County Teachers Association at a ·rfing attended by about 200 ·« and principals at Park- ;: School in LaVale. r. Helmick, who has been ^·Chafrman ol the legislative com- succaeds Robert T. Thorn- as, mathematics teacher at AUe-|Mary C. McNamee, third grade gany'-High School, who has heldjteacher at LaVaie Elementary, the presidency the past twfc years.[School, assistant secretary, and! Other officers who assumed Earl F. Brain, principal of Beall duties last night immediately afer Elementary School, reelected their election include Donald A.jtreasurer. Workman, history teacher at Fort! Committee members also werej Hill High School, vice president;(elected at last night's meeting. Miss Mary E. Powers, mathemat- -- · · ics teacher at Oldtown High School, reflected secretarv Miss NO DOWN PAYMENT S Famous Storkline Crib Complete with spring mattress *29" Elected to three-year terms on the legislative committee were Paul! M. Arbogast, principal of John- sc.i Heights School, and Dr. W.j 'Ardell Haines, principal of Alle-j jgany High School, who was re-' 'elected. J 1 Two new members of the wel- fare committee are Miss Amy G. Meek, fourth grade teacher at Hill Street School, and William J. Patton, fourth grade teacherJ at Oldtown School, both elected for three years. Elected to one-year terms on the public relations committee are Miss Christine Alderton, mathe- matics teacher at Fort Hill; Ed- ward G. Geis, fourth and fifth grade teacher at Centre Street; Miss Martha Shaner, fifth grade teacher at Johnson Heights School; James E. Kelly, sixth grade teacher at Gephart School, Nationally famous Storkline quality, crib with double drop sides, teething rails on all four sides, .plus multiposition ad- '- justable spring and wetproof mattress. ; Complete with large easy-rolling 2" Lucite-casters. Open Mon. 9 to 9 -- Other Days 9 to 5 -'f - Other evenings by appointment SPEAKER - Blair D. Brugh above), quality assurance su- perintendent at Allegany Bal- listics Laboratory, will be one of the speakers tomorrow at the first Western Maryland Quality Control Conference al Ali Ghan Shrine Country Club. His topic will be "Re- liability for Research and De- velopment Application." and John R. Snyder, guidance counselor at Allegany High School.! Vf j«ppf- ll/ f^fTf Evans Named To GOP Unit The Allegany County Republi- can State Central Committee last night elected Edward T. Evans Jr. of Cumberland to fill the vac- ancy caused by the resignation of Victor M. Hebb. Mr. Evans, who resides on Ken- lucky Avenue, is a former mem- ber of the committee and served as its treasurer. He will have charge of South Branch and held at the Cumberland, North the Oldtown area. The election was Frostburg Republican Club. Of all commercial woods, balsaj vi £ w Drive.area, weighs the least. ' ~" ' Nixon Ends Barber Shop Trade One of the oldest practicing! barbers in the state plans to retire today after 60 years of plying his tonsorial artistry. Looking back over his many years of work John I. Nixon, who has been operating the Home-j stead Barber Shop at 210 Virginia! Avenue, said he is well satisfied! _ : with his station in life. However, he said he never an- ticipated that he would be in the barbering business all those years. "Pop," who lives at 200 Sey- mour Street, started on his trade on March 10, 1905 as an 'appren- tice in a shop operated by the late'R. T. Kauffman which was across from the South End Bank where a parking lot is now local-' ed. i Two years later he went on his, own and up until today has been] cutting hair and shaving custom-j ers in eight different locations in; South End. j Back in the early days, he re-| called, he used hand clippers, a comb and brush in trimming hisj customers. Haircuts could be hadj for a quarter and many men. took advantage of the 10-cent' shave. ! Electric clippers, he said, be-j gan to be "plugged-' about 1920. tk»" Mr. Nixon showed pride in pictures ot the late President Kennedy which are on the barber- shop wall. He termed the assassination a disaster for the country, although ^-Cumberland Evening Timis, Friday, Miy 15, 19*4 he is confident President Johnson) this summer with a son who lives "will be all right." J i n Richmond, and also to keep in Mr. Nixon has no hobbies, and!contact with his cronies on Vir- upon retirement plans to visit] £inia Avenue. D I S T I L L E R S . B L E N D E R S * I M P O R T E R S Folks, enjoy the extra smoothness of my extra age Kentucky Bourbon! Aproved In Cresaptown Harry T. Skelly, roads super visor,' has notified the Allegany County Board of Commissioners that he has granted permission to the Cresaptown Civic Improve- ment Association for excavation .work. along Meadow View Drive. Mr. Skelly' said the communi- ty's waler system is being ex- panded a distance of 1,900 feel' In the early days of his career, and that the excavation will be Mr. Nixon stood on his feet clip- along the drive. A six-inch water line will be laid and three six-inch fire hy- drants installed in the Meadow YEARS .and the ejtra age doesn't cost one extra cent! Many of his customers have been faithful patrons over the years, the veteran barber said.! One man who has since died.j came to his shop from the time: Mr. Nixon began barbering up| until the time the man was 89 ! years old. LBRNJTIN o I I N CFNFKE SI Girl Scouts Will Sell Hot Dogs and Soft Drinks In Searstown Shopping Center Sat. May 16th 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Hot Dog Drink 15c ping customers' hair from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. six days a week. I Today, barbers are open fivej days a week and enjoy Sundays! land Wednesdays and holidays rc-j The civic group will be respon-j laxin g at- their favorite pastimes. Isible for the replacement of the! vvhen asked if ne belonged to ! excavated section to its former! an . v organizations, he smiled and said ne was not because he was initiations. " Although he doesn't "play poli- condition. Prisoii Plans Flower Show RAIFORD, Fla. (UPI) -- In- mates of the state prison, Flor- ida's maximum security institu- tion for hardened criminals, j h a v e invited the public to a i flower show next week. The · show is being sponsored by in the pris- horticulture .prisoners enrolled on's ornamental Itraining program. Religious Leaders who know ·\ Governor GEORGE C. WALLACE OF ALABAMA Say this about him... I have noticed certain officials thai refer to you as a racist, bigof, carpet bagger, which I resent as I know you as devoted to family and God. In my searching of your records, never have I read or "heard of any instance where you have advocated any solution to any prob'em that wou d not be within the framevfork of the laws of our state. SOLOMON ACRISH, Rabbi Congregation ETZ AHAYAM, Montgomery, Ala, If the Civil Rights Bid, as ft is before the Senate now is passed, it will spell the greatest calamity that has ever befallen our country for it will mean the end of Constitutional Government. I am with Governor George C. Wallace wholeheartedly and wish him 100% success. ^^ ^^ RELJTER First Lutheran Church, Birmingham, Alabama We are fndeed fortunate to have as'our Governor, the Hon. George C. Wallace, a man of deep and profound religious convictions, and a man who has shown love and respect for all our people I think the true picture of Governor Waliace was displayed in his inaugural address when he said ' And my prayer is that the Father who reigns above us will bless all the people in this great sovereign Stata and Nation,-both black and white." By no stretch of the imagination is George C. Wallace a racist. DR. HENRY L LYON. Pastor Highland Avenue Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama I was Governor George C. Wallace's Pastor for several years at his home town, Clayton, Alabama, and I i._ was closely associated with him. I feel that as a Circuit Judge and as Governor, he has shown fair- "lir ness to all people, regardless of race or color, i have never heard George C. Wallace remark against any ^ person because of hi« race or color and it Is my opinion, that he is no racist or hate-monger nor does he hav. hatred in his heart for anyone. R ( _ UWRENCEt pastor . First Methodist Church, Florala, Alabama "STAND UP FOR AMERICA" VOTE FOR GOV. GEORGE C. WALLACE FOR PRESIDENT "*«OV. OEORQE C. WALLACE SPEAKS TO THE PEOPLE OF MARYLAND** of a joiner "afraid of the Solons Will Favor Barry WHEELING, W. Va. (UPI)-- A prediction that West Vir- ginia's 14-man delegation to the Republican national convention will cast at least 10 first-ballot votes for Sen. Barry Goldwater was made Thursday by Gold water's state campaign manag er Stuart Bloch of Wheeling. "With all the returns in for delegate races in the state, am happy to announce t h a t Sen. Goldwater can count on 10 first-ballot votes from West Vir- ginia," Bloch said, "and stands an excellent chance of gaining the vote of even two more del- egates who have indicated they view him favorably. and the best way I know to be a friend is to give you 3 years extra aging in my J.W. Dant 7 Year Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon for the lowest possible pricel ©DINT DISTILLERY CO.. OANr.KEXTUCiff Enjoy these other fine products! 10 YEAR OLD Charcoal Perfected Whisky 86 PROOF M 40 Of. Bottled in Bond KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY 100 PROOF Of. J.W ·COTCH BLENDED SCOTCH WHISKY . 86 PROOF RED LABEL 86 Proof The Perfect Blindid Whisky Qf. OLDE BOURBON STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY 86 PROOF $099 V A Q». FRIDAY, MAY 15 WASHINGTON -- TV WMAL - 6:55-7 PM WJ5C - 5-5:05 PM WTTC -- 1J:JO-11:23 AM WTTG -- 3:1M:M PM . WITG -- rolo. Late Movie ·ALTIMOMC -- TV WJZ - 2:SM:J» PM W.lT. - VW-S:3rt PM WJZ -- 7:15-7:30 PM WJZ -- 10:SS-1J PM WBAL - l:SO-l:Si PM WBAU -- 9:35-9:50 PM WSA1, -- 11:30-31:31 PM WMAR - 11:20-11:25 PM SALISBURY -- TV WJIOC - 7:25-7:30 PM SATURDAY, MAY 16 WASHINGTON -- TV WTTC - 11:8-11:30 AM WTTG -- iolo. Late Mo\ie WnC - 5:15.5:30 PM WRC - 1:55-7 PM BALTIMORE -- TV WJZ - 12:54-1 PM WJZ -- 7:25-7:30 PM WMAR -- 6-«:30 PM WMAR - 9:30-10 I'M WBAU - 1:30-9 PM FALISBl'RY -- TV WBOC -- 9:30-10 PM Authority thtrvrn P*iu rr«»t Md Wnlltu for Preildcat CommltUt- Now-Kelvinator has the answer for growing families The new Trimwall gives them twice the storage space in the same floor space as their present refrigerator-and the Trimwall keeps their food truly safe at the lowest "No-Frost" operating COSt. As your family grows, your food needs grow. But your kitchen doesn't. That's why Kelvinator designed the Trimwali to give you ! 7 cubic feet of storage in the same floor space your old 8-cubic-fbot refrigerator occupied before. And that's just the start of the advances in this remarkable refrigerator. You never have to de- frost the refrigerator or the freezer, You get all this convenience for operating costs that are far below other similar-sized frestless refrig- erators. And Kelvinator's exclusive new Trimwall construction pro- vides safer storage temperatures and makes the cabinet stronger and more dent-resistant Come sec this remarkable new advance! Your best buy ... Kelvinator 50th Anni«rtary Values! You get out- standing quality, dependability and economy of operation in new Kelvinator appliances. They are the result of 50 years of engineering leadership in home appliances, including the first successfulhomerefrigerator. Come see them now! T R I M W A L L First basic advance in refrigerator cabinets in 50 years! Tnmwill bonds inudt w»n, mirad* loam insulation ind oolstdi wait int* i unfit, solid unit! · You (et twice the S$KC invde. in tht same floor spxc. » KeJvinjtors buitt 10 years ifo! · Fresh-lood compartment h chip-proof, shocVproof. KKl-iiusUnt- without a untie crack or crtvic* to citin! · Optfjtini costs (or Kdvinrtar "No- Frost." which t\ntdj wtr* tlw lowest. are now tt% lowtr. bs«d o» eornp*. 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