Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 11, 1955 · Page 20
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•"W* ^TWENTY ,NIN<. riMfc-S, CUMBERLAND. Ml), TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, OUI PA-2-4600 f»r « Al> Uk«t ftate's Teachers To Hear Outstanding Speakers At Convention In Baltimore State rcsponsiblliij for financing ublte schools will be discussed jr G Mennen William-!, governor f Michigan in his address to an upected 10000 teachers at the pcmng general session of thej late teachers' convention in .allimore Thursday afternoon October 20 Gov Williams will speak in the •rill Hall of the Fifth Regiment trmory on the topic ' Fducation- "he Key To Americas Future ' J'r". Thomas G. Pullen Jr., state upermteident of schools will .peak briefly preceding the ad Iress by Williams 'Friday morning, October 21, welcoming remarks will be made by Dr John Fischer, Baltimore City, superintendent of public in struction and Mayor Thomas D Alcsandro Jr The guest speaker Dr Ethel Alpenfels profes sor of anthropology at New York Un»ersit>, will relate the findings of anthropology to their sigmfi cance in education in a talk entitled "From Adam To Atom. 'I Was A Hobo Kid" is the title of the life story of Billie Davis to be related to the teachers by Mrs. Davis Saturday morning October 22. Mrs. Davis. will tell how. the public schools helped her ris'e from a poor hobo background to success as a writer and Sunday; school field representative. This meeting, „, . _^ ...... beginning at 10 30 a m. will be open to; the general public. The'three-day convention which s sponsored annually by the Maryland State Teachers' Association, with a membership of 11,300. is open to all teachers of the state. More than 14,000 are expected to attend this year. In addition to the general sessions, the convention will feature 174 exhibits of educational materials in the Exhibition Hall of the Fifth Regiment Armory and scores of demonstrations and special subject meetings in schools and other buildings throughput the city. More than three hundred high school students will participate in musical performances at the general sessions of' the convention, The Wicomico High School Band 'will play at the opening session Thursday, • directed by Andrew Jupina; the All-Maryland. High School Chorus will sing Friday under the leadership of Helen M, Hosmer; and the All-Maryland High School Orchestra will play Saturday, under the direction: of Dr. Reginald Stewart. Pact Proposals To Be Presented Contract proposals made by local firms will be presented to the membership of Local :453, .Team |stcrs Union (AFM, according to E. Stutzmari, president. Members employed at the Cum berlaiid Undergarment Company will meet this afternoon to act on contract proposal. A second meeting has. been se ilater this afternoon for workers o the City. Ice and Fuel Company, to hear-a contract proposal. to act .on an offer made by the C D. Kenny .Company, Pickets Frichard were in front of (He Corporation, wholesale and: retail mercantile 'establish rhenf .in Frostburg, yesterday a the result "of a dispute with Loca 453. .Stutzman jssid. organization of'a unit of the..Tearnsters at the Frost burg establishment was made sev eral months ago Efforts were made since then to reach an agree menti and when - this failed the workers .decided to walk out Air Force Recruits Five Area Men Here The local. Air Force recruitih] station enlisted five area men thii month. The group includes teo Eugene Powers, 310 Vine Street, a son o Mr. and Mrs. x Thomas Leo Powers 'Robert E; Zarger, 626 North Cen tre Street,-son of Mr. and Mrs [Walter L. Zarger; James E. Briner 522 Schriver Avenue, son of Mrs Frances 1 G./Briner; Martin F ^'Rourke, 418 Maryland Avenue iWesternport, son of H u g h M O'Rourke and Robert Patrick Dor |sey, Frostburg, a son 'of Mrs Gladys M. Dorsey.. MCGREGOR'S SEA GULL Reversible Jacket! BALTIMORE * Maryland Railway yesterday approved a charter held amendment increasing authorized The company taid these «t*ps rears on the second preferred and, eventually, on common stock ,, , _ ,, s - . By Dec 31 arrears on Un first and changing the common stock dend arrears on the first preferred preferred will be $10680 a share, ' ' ' or a total of $19,250,070 The Baltl common stock by 1M.597 shares would enable it to wipe out divi- fiom *lOd par value to no par value Bargain Day The stockholders also authorized PKARL HARBOR, the company i director* to sell or A r our day Joint military'scrvices pledge up to five-million dollars auct i on O f surplus property or worth of first mortgage bonds igmally costing $10000000 netted --, , ,„..„..„These acttons paved the/way for j, m>m Jee ps sold for from $100 P roved b y a vot « °[ *° 5 ao ° 8 . hare * Western Maryland to offer holders *o $500 An ambulance went for'" ">«?* The charler amendment of all classes of stock the right (32 TEACHERS 1 /; SPEAKER—Mrs. Billie' Davis, above, will be one of• the'"speakers--at-the Stale Teachers' Convention in'Balti- more Oct; 20-22. - She is'.'author of ah article, ,'.'I Was A Hobo Kid which appealed in the Saturday .Evening Post and reprinted in Reader's Digest. She attributes to the influence of public schools her rise from hobo life to a successful ca reer as a writer and Sunday. School representative for. the Assemblies of God. She-is married to' the',pastor of a church; of: the 'Assemblies of God in Bettenciorf, Iowa. Bridge Lessons To Be Offered Bridge lessons will be offered to persons interested by the Cumber- Sand Recreation Department. 'Classes will'be .offered for oe- ginners .arid for brushing; up ,n techniques. f He Western Maryland Duplicate Bridge Club has offered to provide instructors for the course. .The club also offered, to provide a special section for graduates ofj W. Md. Railway Stock Move Approved , ,. . i, «/ .. i i, . • m - Western to buy one ihare of ntw common stockholders stock (or every lix (hirct BOW lhen be,| n p.yj n g oft dividend »r •lock by about the end ot the year, more and Ohio Railroad owns 167, 127 shires and therefore would be eligible for'dividend arrears totaling $18 133 279 The, charter amendment was ap was passed 606,613 to 7,210. Scheduled at 9 p m is a meeting the classes until they develop - skills Those interested in joining- the classes.may. contact the City Recreation Department. Classes must have at least 10 members and there is no : age limit, according to Mrs. Eva Hogan, assistant to-the director Marine Corps Enlists Three Men This Moiith Three area men have enlisted in the Marine Corps at. the local recruiting station. They ' are.. George Robert Loar, State Street; Lbriaconihg, a son of Mrs. Gladys Marie Elkins; Paul LeRoy Weicht, Flintstdne, a son of Mr. and Mrs. De.wey Nelson Weicht; and Roy Elvin Lafferty Jr., La Vale, a son of Roy Elvin Lafferty Sr. ' . . Rosin, is graded and sold on the basis of color,' the paler colors bringing higher prices. * BANK NOTICE! * i Under the provision of a law passed by the 1953 General Assembly of Maryland, banks have the option to remain open for business on certain holidays. Accordingly, the undersigned banks composing the Cumberland Clearing House Association will remain open for business on... Columbus Day-Wednesday, Oct. 12th. The Cumberland Clearing House Association, member banks will also remain open on Election Day, Armistice Day, Lincoln's Birthday, Washington's Birthday, Maryland Day and Old Defender's Day. •v Cumberland Clearing House Association COMPOSED OF COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK THE LIBERTY TRUST CO. 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