Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 12, 1955 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
Page 11
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DM PA-2.4W* fw • WANT AD frier EVBKING T1MES,0 CUMBERLAND,' MD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1»55 ELEVEN n which tt"tlot michiuis'wereowned by Philip Grayiof Leonard- eized and four men arrested? the town, i Southern Maryland gam- BI yesterday (eized two more bling figure They were in working machines and arrested an Ohio order man yesterday. fockingham Firm Reports p roduction Nears Normal Management-of the Rockingham oultry Marketing Cooperative at loorefield reports the'strike'coii- nues, but claimed production is ear normal Walter Petit, manager of the [oorefield operation, said 100 of he 130 production workers gned up for work on Monday, ut only 90 of these were put to ork because of some new mach nery recently installed A picket line is still moving in ront of the poultry plant as the ONE YARD 54 inch fabric for bolero! DITTO: for skirt! No need to bankrupt your budgets-choose a wool remnant, make this enscm ble! Couldn't be easier-diagrams show you how few seams there arc in each garment! Pattern 4860: Misses' Sizes 10, 32, H, 16, 18.-Bolero, skirt, iri all sizes, each garment requires i yard 54-inch fabric. This pattern easy to'u'se. Simple to sew, is complete, illustrated instructions. • Send." Thirty-five' cents in coins for • this pattern-7-add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-ciass mailing; Send, to ANNE'.ADAMS, care of The Evening --Tiroes/ : 42. Pattern DepL, 243 West 17lh St., New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME,. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and Potomac Valley Auto Club Elects Officers Milton Sarvcr was re-elected president of the Potomac Valley Auto Club at a meeting last night at Central YMCA. - Olhcr officers of the club are Bud Cunningham, vice 'president; Richard Abe, secretary, arid Buck Cunningham, treasurer. Properly Purchased 'A property on the northwest € c of Braddock Street-near. the' tional Turnpike, four miles west of Cumberland has been purchased by Thomas E. and Josephine : .B. Hollingsworlh from Stephen -J. and Jane F. Masclmc. More Slots Seized In Southern Maryiand BALTIMORE III .1 FollowlnVup were'tdiwHn the Duich^GriU at now wrvlngjii'prlwn KiitiflW for Sept. I Southern'M»rylind, raid Lexington Park, >MdV and wire promoting a 1 lottery, in the District Richard Hall Butlce, 30, of Co- chines were sold to Gray by Rob- umbus, Ohio, was arrested and ert M Hathaway, one of the four larged with transporting the two men arrested in last month's raid ot machines from Marysyille, hio, to La Plata, Md., in January, 954. of Columbia, wu the central figure Senate committee Inquiry on crime in 19S1. The FBI said at that'time M slots were brought to Maryland from Parkersburg.-.W. Va: In last month's raid, 40. of them were found in the attic of Nelson's Most of the machines In the car- farm home at Ritchie Two were The FBI laid it believed the ma Her raid were linked by the FBI to Charles 0 Nelson of Ritchie, The FBI said the two machines Prince Georges County Nelson, Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workers Union ,AFI1: continues its" strike, he said The plant is accepting poultry from farmers and growers . as • it,.;is brought in, Petit noted State Police and town police are had still on duty and no further, violence or disorder has been report ed for several days In the early day of the two-week old walkout, there were' repeated brushes between pickets and others and some (Continued on Page 18) taken from an amusement place at North Beach, Md., and the other four, their ownership attributed to Gray, were seized at Mechanicsville, Lconardtown and Lexington Park Store Headquarter* for Over 50 Yean Gas-Coal-Oii People's Firaitire Sfere 17 Baltimore Street Kecogniit^ Lwdirig House furiiiihui in Wattrp AM. 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