Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 14, 1955 · Page 5
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 5

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 14, 1955
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Plil PA-2-4600 for » WANT AD Ttker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND; MD., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 FIVE Safety Belts Scheduled For Fire Vehicles All vehicles in Ihe Cumberlam Fire Department will' be equipped with safety belts within the ncx week, Fire Chief Virgil A Parkin reports. . He said he and .Police and Fire Commissioner William V. Keegai have been working 'on the safely plan for aboul a year and thai they .believe Cumberland will be the ' firsl city in this area lo provide the. added safety factor. "When you have a bad wreck with heavy vehicles such as a fire truck," he' said, "you can couni the holes in the windshield anc know how many are dead or in the hospital." Most of these casualties, he added, could have been prevented hac Ihe riders in Ihe fronl seat been protected by safety belts. Chief Parker said the belts will be bolted to Ihe frames of the fjrc trucks, according to' CAA specifi. cations. Firemen- will be required, he said, to fasten the belts and keep them. fastened at all times while the vehicle is in motion. The belt? can be released quickly and easily when firemen reach the scene of the blaze. far Explodes' While Heating | A bucket of tar caught fire am exploded while being heated in the basement of a Bedford Road hom< yesterday afternoon but prdrap action by the owner and Bedforc Road Volunteer Fire Company kep damage (6 a'minimum.' The tar being healed in the hoim ot Carl Twigg, Frantztown, Bed ford Road, caught fire about 3 p m., and Twigg kept the blaze from spreading with a garden hose'un lil firemen arrived, according t< Fire Capt.. David Wilson. He said Fire Chief Fred Purnell with five members of the depart ment, soon had the blaze but, bui lad to cut a hole in the wall of th< bedroom above to allow the dense smoke to escape. • Firemen said Twigg was heating he bucket of tar on a gas stove it he basement for use on the drive way to his home. They said Twigg escaped injurj when the tar exploded into flame Damage to the rest of the home was' confined to smoke, firemen said. Meeting Planned By Ml. Royal PTA the first:meeting of the year of of the Ml. Royal School Parent- Teacher Association will be held Tuesday night at the school, according to Dr. William T. Fridinger, president. Teachers' conference period in home rooms will begin at 7:30 p. m. u-Uh (he business meeting scheduled to get underway at 8 p. m. Following the business meeting at which committee appointments will be announced, Dr. Fridinger will present a dental health program which will include a movie and a question and answer period. Refreshments will be served. Officers of the association besides Dr. Fridinger are Fred W. Jenkins, vice president; Mrs. Paul Gipe, secretary, and Mrs. James Kirk, treasurer. Property Transferred Adeline K. Kerlin has sold pro- ptrly in Cumberland Heights section lo George F. Garlilz and Mildred S. Garlitz, according to a deed tiled yesterday in (he recording office of Allegany County Circuit Court. PRESCRIPTIONS Delivered FREE Four Registered Pharntaeiirt All Prescription! Triple i^ \^ ^ Checked Walsh & McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Centre St. Maryland'* Leading Pretcription Start BANK STATEMENT Charier No. 1519 Reserve District No. 5 REPORT OF CONDITION OF TIIK SECOND NATIONAL BANK OF CUMBERLAND IN TIIK STATE OF MARYLAND. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCTOBER 3. 1955. PUBLISHED IN . RESPOK.SG TO CALL .MADE BY COMPTROLLER OK THE CURRENCY, UNDER SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES , . . . ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve bal- ancc, and cash items in process of collection S 2,283,123.11 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 6.196.470.76 Obligations of Slates and political subdivisions .' 422,604.97 Other bonds, notes, and debentures 450,000.00 Corporate stocks (including S30.000.00 stock of Federal Reserve bank) 30,000,00 Loans and discounts 'including $ None overdrafts! 4.843,454.63 Real estate owned olhcr than bank premises 3.00 Investments and other assets indirectly representing bank premises or other real eslatc 42045774 Other assets 7571536 TOTAL ASSETS 14.724,029.57 LIABILITIES Demand deposiLs of individuals, partnerships, and corporations S 5,199.182.16 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations 5,885.433.71 Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) 279.388.99 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 1.763,705.87 Deposits of banks . 209.986.20 Other deposits 'certified and cashier's checks, etc.) .... 86,794.93 TOTAL DEPOSITS S13.424.491.91 Other liabilities : 173.274.01 TOTAL LIABILITIES 13,597.765.92 i CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital Stock: <c> Common stock, total par $500,000.00 S 500,000.00 • Surplus 500.000,00 Undivided profits 113.908.42 Reserves ' 12.355.2.1 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 1.126,263.65 TO' P AL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .. 14.724.029.57 MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for olhcr purposes $ 11075.346.32 I, .I. H, Mosner, Cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that Ihe above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. J. H. MOSNER. Cashier. Correct—Attest: W. A. DOUGLAS J. RUSSELL COOK J. M. NAUGHTON • ••." Directors Stale of Maryland, County of Allegany, ss: • Sworn to and subscribed beTore me this 12th day of. October. 1955. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. .... ESTEL V. OSTER. Notary Public. My commission expires May 6, 1957. . REPORT OF AN AFFILIATE OF A NATIONAL BANK PUBLISHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 5211, U. S. REVISED STATUTES Report as of October 5. 1955. of Secnat. Inc., Cumberland. Maryland, which is affiliated with The Second National Bank of Cumberland. Cumberland. Maryland Charier Number .1519, Federal Reserve District Number 5. Kind of business of this affiliate: '. ,•' ' : . To buy, sell, exchange and barter real estate and chattels real and.lo lease, rent or demise real estate or chattels real ownc' 1 . or held by it in any manner lo others or from others for its own uses nnd purposes, etc. . ' Manner in which above-named organization is affiliated with national bank, and degree of control: . Control is held directly by the Bank through ownership of 100 " per centum of its outstanding capital slock. Financial relations with bank: . Slock of affiliated bank owned by (he affiliate (par value) $ None . Loans by the affiliate lo affiliated bank ,..$Nonc Slock of affiliate registered in name of affiliated bank or . known'lo be owned by bank directly or indirectly '" V '(par 1 value) ..'. " ,..',,;. $158,000.00 Borrowings from affiliated bank* Including acceptances 1 executed by'affiliated bank for account of affiliate and securities sold to affiliated bank under re-• .' purchase agreement : .'.. '.V...$319,439.42 Other obligations of the affiliate, to, or known to be . held by, afflllaled bank.i..,.;.'..,.'. '.•..-..; "I None Other Information necessary to disclose fully • relations with bank •..;,. .;.,: .;,......,.;.' •.' 'None I, J. M. Naughton, President of Secnat, .Inc.,.do solemnly swear that'the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge ami belief. •• ' • .-• . .-'•-. : . •-.. .'••.'.•." J. M, NAUGHTON ' Sworn to and subscribed before ma this 12th day of October, 1955. ESTEL V. OSTER, • Notary Public, ba urn's A DEPARTMENT STORE IN ITS 108th. YEAR/ For SAVE 30*> TO 50* AND MORE BUY for CHRISTMAS! BIRTHDAYS! Come early! Mail and phone orders on 3 or more items filled while quantities last! Call PArkview 2-6000. 4 TOY SALE Greater Savings 6 Toys for $5 1. All leather Holster Sit with 50 shot Repeater Gun . . . .S&e 2.'"Sparkle.Plenty" Ukette 4 strings- play real tunes . ,-.88< 3. Little Wonder Books Assorted popular titles ...... 6 for 88« 6. Plastic Covered Animali —Sanitary. Cotton stuffed . . .88« 7. Crib Exerciscor Bright colored. Safe. Sturdy .... 88e 8. "Flips and Flops" wonderful action toy 88e 11. Steom Shovel Construction Kit sturdy movable party 12, Backfiring Hot Rod makes loud backfire noise : . ,88e 13. Plumber Truck—35 35 parts, tools, pipes, bathtub, vise 88e .88c TOYS- - STREET FLOOR and FOURTH FLOOR TOY 1 QQ SALE KOO Many other toys not shown r 20. Helicopter— really flies, climbs 50 feet. Sturdy .. .1.88 21. All Leather Double Holster Set—two 50 shot guns .. 1.88 22. Buddy "I" Paper Cracker Rifle. • Makes loud crack ........1.88 23. Spiral Speedway .', with.'.2 speedy .', : windup buses , .1.88 24. Flub A Dub" Marinett* movable, mouth, eyes, tongue ..,.,. ,1.11 25, Super Exprmi Stell Locomotive driven by friction, Large . ,, : .,,, ,UI 4. Golden Trumpet Gold colored finish it really plays . . . ,88e 5. 12" Rubber Doll in swim suit—• Travel case . . . . . 88« 9. Plastic Tinkle Blocks each a bright, small rattle 88c 10. Musical Push-Pull Roller Chime real chime tones . .88* 14. "Caterpillar" Earthmoving miniaturei Sturdy 2 for 88e IS. "Boondoogle" Game fast moving. Comic elections 88t 16, Wall Plaques for Playroom large, heavy cardboard . . 88t 17. "Maxwell" Construction Kit scale model. Easy to make .... 88c 18, Lincoln Log Cabin Set 5] wood pieces. Instruction book . .88e 19. Girls "Make-it- younelf" Set. Material & instructions 88e ROSENBAUM'S, .Cumberland, Md. Please order by number No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 \ddrcss Quan. No. 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Quan. No. . 17 18 19 . 20 ' • 21 22 23 ,. 24 ',. 25 Quan. • ' w • ' *'• ' Slain '.Cash--(-)--" r- C.-0,: Add 30e poiiog* and ho* P .. (...V..'.. '.•..' ( dllni plui 2% Md, Salii Tax Charge '( )•

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