Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 12, 1955 · Page 22
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 22

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
Page 22
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*^TWENTY-TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBEHI.ANP. MIX. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11> Did PA-HW6 *•» • WANT.ADWwr, Baltimore To Bring In C>1 J Outsiders For Big Probe drive cd 'BALTIMORE «l.'— The head th« Baltimore police forces newly created Rackets Division says one of;7his first moves -in a against organized crime will be to "bring outside operatives fiom other police departments" into the city for'"undercover work. 'Acting Inspector Clarence 0. Forrester made the statement yes terday following .the announcement of^ the abolishment' of the vice squad- and the creation of the Rackets Division with him as head ^Forrester, who has served with the FBI as well as with the Baltimore ' police, formerly headed department,' 5 intelligence .section. ^Police Commissioner. James M of Hepbron announced the changes yesterday, and included in the an nouncement a warning that sound like-the signal for an all-ou drive against organized crime, In effect he' 1 said that if the new livision discovers '-a vice activity which it is judged an officer or division of the department "rea sonably should have discovered, it those involved will be held "strict ly accountable." And Hepbron made it clear that strictly account its ably 'could mean charges of mis feasance or malfeasance in office Hepbron recently.- concluded pact .with the. police of. Washing [on, Philadelphia and Wilmington Del., 'to Exchange key personnc when necessary! theti ems for Homeowners! $HERWIN-WillfAMS{ oners a vastly improved house paint Even before it dries, you'll realize that thiinew Sherwiri-Wiijiimi. Houie Paint is really, different. 'Improvements in thii rkw SWP* House Paint assure you of the final in paint chemutry brush-easy application, ame-defymi durability and wide-ranging color choice:' You II do your home and' pocketbook a real favor by usifl| thrifty new SWP And you can ,use it with complete confidence because more horoea are painted .with SWP than any other brand. CHOOSE FROM 91 EXCLUSIVE COLORS! GLOSS «r FLAT finith fort Wood tiding •ndShingi* iMIng FIAT finlih for: Shofc* tiding,'Stucco, Concrata Block, Brick . and C«mtnt wiBllt, AttMttot'tiding '/^w> IAM'H North Centr* Street it Polk MethodUts Plan Leader Training ] 'Cumberland Sub-DUtrlct Melto-calk* of the 1 Bahlmorj Cart* dM Mirfiien an apoMorlnf a MM, and Helping AdiilttUjri. kadtrthlp trailing school at U- taught by MUs UlUanComptai. Vato Mtthodut Church n*xt Mon- a teacher In th« Adult Department day, Tuesday «nd Wednesday, October 17-11 *nd Oct 14-26 at Grace Methodist Church School and former president of Frtxtburf Session* will be from 7 to 9 State Teachers College m each day Guiding Junior Children in Chris tian Growth taught by Mrs Floyd Cozad a teacher m the Junior Department of LaVale Church guiding intermediates, taught by youth work for the Board of Edu- MW k*a*.*w WM^B* , ... , Rev Raymond M Crowe of Course! of interest to all church Cresaptown, is registrar for UM wprkers and ministers include school Get more wear from window shades by turning them upsidt down putting the cleaner part at Miss Juanita Powers, director of the bottom Stitch a new hem and tack the old hem onto the roller. TRADE NOT! ONE WAY, STREET—Pierre Blank, left; -. director-, : o'f.'the.' Swiss Federa-' tioh of 'watchmakers,?', -talks . with Senator X' Glenn Beail <R.,Md;> in,Geneva, Switzer- ' land, about a.Swiss timepiece he,is: holding'and a shipment of' • tobacco from the Senator's'na- tive state The discussion took place at a cigarette manufac tuning plant after Senator Beall; had talked earlier, in the day .with a, small .group _of repre- sentatives'of the watch industry. The Senator told the .men that, the road of international trade should not be a one way street:.' The •' Senator,. who : is attending a conference .of-'the International.. Labor Organization; will-return .to this country October-.17.-. He sailed:'from New York oh September 16, accompanied by Mrs. Beali: They will visit ^several European countries in addition to-Switzerland. j YOUR GOOD HEALTH IS OUR CONCERN! OUR MODERN PRESCRIPTION LABORATORY Is Ready To Serve You In Time of Need — FRII DELIVERY — Automatic Telephone Antwtring Service 10:30 p. m. 'till 9:00 a. m. Call and Leave Your Order C MURRAY ALLEN, * r BS REGISTERED PHARMACIST IIS VinlNIA AVI 'HONi M 14*44 .!)»' Truln Drug Company. 3^750 Awarded ToTTlioiiiasPost A' jury in Morgan County Circuit Court,, at "Berkeley Springs - has awarded former Mayor Thomas S. Post 'of. Cumberland : a ; total ofj fa,750 for- property needed ill. a bridge approach. - •'••.' Mayor Post, who has owned -a Morgan County farm for a number of years, ha'd asked the .West Virginia % State .Roads,- Commission $7,500 for. the desired, property. The state held,the,value .was too high and instituted a condemnation suit-at Berkeley Springs. The. land 1 is .needed, the state claims, for an approach to Fisher's Ford Bridge. '; ' -.:;•'•;' y : ' The. state .was represented in the proceedings by 'Harry R. Taylor of Keyser,-and Mayor Post's attorney • was. Charles Trump of Berkeley Springs..-.:• Local Firm Has Low Bid For Road Work . ".'.' '• "-. ' • i The Cumberland • Contracting Company was the.apparent low bidder for modernizing 1.4 miles of U. S. Route 220 near Dawsbn at a cost of $324,954. . The George F. Hazlewood Co. of Cumberland .was second; low alj $356,527 and two other bids,ran as h'teh as''1403,304."•; '"•''.'• .-'-:• The project, calls for grading, drainage, relocation, surfacing and 'e-surfacing. of the stretch, A small lump of sugar, a half- easpoon of baking .soda, a little alt, or. a few pieces of white soap added to the water helps to keep cut flowers fresh. Jane Parker PUMPKIN PIES 39c eo Jane Parker SUGARED DONUTS ;I_WINEOW ST. Blade Gut CHUCK ROAST 35c lb Sliced or Whole SMOKED PICNICS 33c lb. 7-RibEnd PORK LOIN ROAST 29c lb i I ^r^r^^ NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH 'AN. "LB" CHARGE ACCOUNT k SPECIAL KROEHtER VALUE L BERNSTEIN'S! s 7 pc LIVING ROOM GROUP... LOOK WHAT YOU GET: Sofq ... Matching ; Chair : ... two end tables.. .coffee table ;... and-ty<6;;' i attractive tablerlarripi i . . all "at this'low price. 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