Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 13, 1955 · Page 7
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I ) \ Dial PA-?-4«00 far a WANT AD T*k«r EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, »55 SEVEN Study Made Of Erosion .0 t f V PRINCESS ANNE. Md If) - Dr J K Slaughter, • federal erosion exptii wu to wind Up * study of f rwion and waWr problems in four low areas m Somerset County ' day > Residents of the areas—Deal and Smith Islands and the Rumbley and Asbwy sections In Crisflcld —have turned to the government for help in problems brought on by Hurricane Hazel: State Sen Harry T Phoebus, (R ^Somerset), who accompanied Dr "slaughter on tlic tour said the Rumbley situation is particularly bad Hazel left salt in wells, and residents-now drive' eight miles to get water from a spring he ex plained Ard Smith and Deal Is lands are being washed \ery bad ly he said Phoebus added • We hope to tome government funds C&P Man Promoted Howard M Smith former local manager of the CS.P Telephone Company has been named division commercial outstate manager for •the firm."" He was here from 1943 to 1950. -ADVERTISEMENT— Silk Peace Of Mind SalkVaeeto BALTIMORE W - The Mary land State Department of Health 't> and the Baltimore City Health De pertinent say they will consult ad visors and make an announcemen ibfey soon on how they will widen prior ity designations in the distribution of Silk' polio vaccine. The two departments in a join announcement yesterday, said the; would consult with the State ad visory committee on the vaccine as well with medical and stalls :ical advisors Then they said [hey would announce in a day o: two which additional five year: of age will be added to the presen 5 through 9 group. At present only children aged through 9 are eligible to receiv Set (he vaccine because of limitec supplies Secretary of Welfare Folsom-an nounced in Washington yesterday adoption of a new flexible prc gram •'for inoculations whic broadens the pnontj age group b r*ve years and includes pregnan women. Under the new plan the top pri ority group, may be extended i cither direction or additional year may be added at both ends for a total of. five, additional..years, illou for the varying incidence o disease in different states ED BURNS "I like to pay bills for people, •ays this friendly Aetna Finance manager. .."And I'm glad to invite folks to see me for $50 to $1500 to consolidate their debts with one payment at one place e\er> month VUsually.it':means less to pay each month too he added Peo pie who use .-this "plan tell me it gives them peace.of.mind.because it rids them of: money worries." Fast, courteous, one-visit .seiv- Ice is the rule at Aetna. No charge for counseling.- Persons in nearby towns invited. See' or call Aetna Finance. Co," 4s' N. -Centre Street, Phone PA 4-5800. ; . . (Loans over $300 made under Md. Industrial Finance Act.) Slate Of f icial Meets With High School Group Willis H. White, stale, supervise! if high schools; met yesterday with lllegany County • high .school prih upals at the Board of Education tffice, .The discussion was on revision: if .the reports oh organization am •nrollmeht which.'. each J principa mist submit to the State Board o Lducation. NOW! —It th« flm« 'ib'- inoail- In a wund, fundamtnlol bvtintii. I*. ip<d*p*nd*nt _B« in.buttn*ii for youfwlf. -WESTERN AUTO-ASSOCIATE DEALERS—3*00 SUONG-^ort jwcrtiifu! UCGL.J. ih.y i«t) what ptopU NEED, TODAY'and TOMOKROW. ~W» train you; no t*p«ritn«.'n««J«d. -id yton'In mtrchondiiing quollfi** ui tn.troin you In oggr«uiv« toltt- .-Gwd P lKot^r°Av£i*rt>U foi- ol lud. at S«300 if you con qualify. Your inv*itrh*n! itirprltingfy tow— * our plan •nabltt you IB r»e*i*t maximum rtiulli • from o minimum —Stt, toll, »r wr!l«: •'' ' . D. w. BROWN WUTEKN »UtO iUmi COMPANY : •..'' ' IvTIcr, P»nn>ftvantB '.-',' -. ..-Phirw 7J721 ,. Or Don Ciolli 470 W. fewtry It. • Alcrei>,.C*!»' A J VETSKO New Manager Appointed For Wolf's Store Herbert Wolf general manager of the Wolf Furniture. Company, Altoona has announced the appointment of Anthony J Yetsko as the hew manager of Cumberland's Wolt Company store. \etsko rche\es John V, Coch rane who has managed the local store! since'last January. Cochrane has been assigned to the Altoona store in a superusory capacity Yetsko is a natne of Altoona and has been associated with the Wolf firm for ten years..Four, years in the capacity of assistant manager of the Williamsport Pa store one year as manager of the Keyser store and the remaining years as a salesman m various stores throughout the 17 store chain Yetsko plans to reside m Cum berland in the very near future with his wife Lonene and their three voar old son Michael Edward J..Grochbwoski has been named to replace Yetsko as manager of the Keyser store. This^ is also a promotion for Grochowoski as -he was the- assistant manager of Wolfs Barnsborough, Pa., store. Sidewalk Project Btgun In Ridgelej A sidewalk is being constructed on ' the southern side of the ap-' proach to Main Street in Ridgeley, according 'to - Mayor.'.Charles--H. Fryer. . ' . He said it is primarily being installed to protect • school. children. The 150-foot stretch of land has been graded and will be blacktopped-soon;- v - •••' : .-'••.- Coney Island .once was inhabited only by rabbits. Its name appears to be a .corruptioni'of the Dutch ord for rabbit, ''konijn.": 4|Mlifle«ti«iu Of BALTIMORE » - GOT McKel n but night described th* sort of resident he<uyi the American wo#e ought to luve if Elsenhower not a candidate for reflection The description which perbapi part UU McKeldin himself pic ired a man ' who believes as Ei nhower believes, who thinks as senhower thinks who acts as senhower acts and who has the th in American that 1s the faith Eisenhower." The governor made his remarks fore the Federation of Republi n Women of Maryland which et. here. The man who nominated Eisen- wer at the 1952 convention con- ued in this fashion: That we may be certain of the ndidate s unfaltering position we ust know that he is one who nted Gen Eisenhower to be me a candidate for the presi ncy in 1952-^-one who supportec n before the convention of 1952 d one who supported him roughout the, convention of 1932 If we follow this course con "ued the governor, "we;cannot 1 The keynote address at the 35th nual convention of the orianiza- n was delivered by Miss Bertha kins Salisbury, assistant to the airman of the Republican Na nal Committee. She said the Democrats have ed doom and gloom as Repub an action brought prosperity ey cried bungling as Republi n. action' brought peace. 'The Republican party has; of- ed a progressive program—a nsmic program: Through posi- e action, we have put through r program except where blockec the Democratic controlled Con ess. 'The election of 1956 will deter- ne whether or not this program !1 continue. We must have a.Re blican administration in 1936 d;we must have a Republican ajority in the Congress so that r program can go forward. iremen To Hold Vo New Glasses— " ...... "" S NO DOWN PAYMENT WITH AN LB CHARGE. ACCOUNT with purchase of this revolutionary... BUFFET-CHEST . by "Calvalierf '-•-% '•: Beautiful, compact buffet-chest';for; alW; around storage, Spacious cedar' 1 chest'" -and drawer for clothing and linens . . . plus Handy : silver drawer and mahogany lined cabinet. 'All/of this .'. . and for a limited time'•'.., a set of Silverware free. ' START YOUR ' CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY AT 1 ; -LI" Volunteer firemen of the; area 11 be offered two new classes basic firefighting beginning' to _|ht, according to Joseph - C. uckcy, Corrigaiiville, instructor. The first class will meet today al i.m., : at Potomac Fire Company . 2, Westcrnport, with about 20 en expected to enroll.- The second class will meet to- orrow at .6 .p.m., at : Ellerslie, th'about 20'men from the EHers- Fire Company and the Corri- hville Fire Company partici- tinfr, Sluckey, a qualified instructor . the University • of Marylani re Service Extension, said.both these classes are basic and wil mprise a .total 'of .20 sessions ch, with . each class for three urs. A total of 60'hours' instruc )n:.js'^required to .'complete ainihg. " '. ; ; '.---.•. " • , .- Any firemen in these communi es,'-or adjacent ,lo them, who ve not already, enrolled .may ply. Stuckey stated.. The little town of Azizia, in north estern Libya; holds the_world's 'icial heat record—136.4~degrees ahrenheit. . ' Comity Plans Another Try, At Integration | Greenbrier Officials To Set Program Up For Next January LEWISBURG W Va W-School officials In Greenbrier County where integration failed last fall in the face of demonstrations by white students and their parents have agreed U follow a federal judge e recommendation and give it another try next January The five-member school board acting unanimously, so moved yes terday at the end of an unprece dented three day Federal Court bearing The National Assn for tl Advancement of Colored Peopl (NAACP) had brought suit to compel the school board to pn with integration immediately Federal Judge 1 Ben Moore foui the board had been 'derelict riot acting before" and recohjmehd- ed it start racial integration in thi schools at the end of the currei semester, next Jan.'18. Judge Moore did not issue an injunction requested by the NAACP but warned he would issue.one if there were any school board resis tance to settling the matter arnica bly. Greenbrier County is on the Vir gima border and its traditional ties to the South are symbolized in Confederate monuments in Lewisburg s public square Of its 10000 school children 589 are Negroes , Last fall, at the start of the 1954- T school year the Board of Edu cation ordered integration of the races White students and then parents protested and staged dem o'ristrations -arid the order was quickly rescinded. At the time, the board; said. was reinstating segregation be cause of transportation, overcrbwc ing and .lack o£ proper facilities. During the hearing, Judge Moor drew from one .school-board mem her the-admission, that these rea sons were, partially "just a pre text.". Another school official sale racial.prejudice in the county was behind board agreement to put off integration until next fall. SchoolTboard memoers,. principals of both the white and Negro high schools here and Judge Moore agreed that to start integration immediately—in the midst of a semester as the NAACP asked—would not be advisable. . Instead, the board agreed to fol ow the judge's recommendation and start integration at mid-term. in January. . . Judge Moore, a veteran of. 14 years on the federal bench, recommended the board "make it known that any Negro .students who wish may present themselves to schools in their attendance area for admission as' far as classroom space id permits." . He said the pupils should be ad milled on a first-come..first-served basis without discrimination. "When this is done,", he said "the schools should proceed with the the present term (next semester and by the start of the 1956-5' term (next' fall) the hoard will have a program whereby all Ne gro and white children will go to public schools without discrimina lion." . 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