Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 14, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, October 14, 1955
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TWELVE EVKN1NG TIMES, CUMBERLAND, Ml).. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 l)hl l'A-2-4600 for a WANT; LablnW.Va. Helps Battle Fish Disease WASHINGTON (fi — A govon meflt laboratory in West Virginl is playing an increasingly imporlai tant' role in keeping Easier streams stocked with fish. It' is the microbiological labora lory at Leetown near the west Vir ginia-Virginia line. It conducts,a research in diagnosis and Ircatmcn of v fish diseases in the Easter United States. Paul Thompson of the Fish an Wildlife Service said "an amazin amount of progress has been mad in the'last 10 years and even i the; last five years" in control o fish, diseases. Thompson, chief of the service' fishery biology branch, told a re porter disease control in the hatd cries is the solution of the problen of -keeping streams stocked wit healthy fish. It is impractical to treat disease among fish in the wild state, h said. Since trout fishing depend so much on the hatcheries, the con trol of diseases in the hatcherie is "the answer" to this problem he added. A new development in fish dis ease control work at the West Vir ginia laboratory, Thompson said is tissue culture for growing fisi virus.' "This is the first time that fis! tissue has been grown, and we \vil now be able to study the viru: diseases of fish which have causec epidemics of serious proportions in the last few years," he added. Thompson said the methods be ing used are similar to tissue cul ture practice in polio research. The laboratory has also discov ercd several bacterial diseases o fish and devised methods of con trol. The American Legion was or janized in Paris, France, during March. 1919. KIDDIE RECORDS! Songi from Walt Diiney'i Mickey Mouse Club SYCKB MUSK STORf 22 N. Centre St. Diet PA-2-1340 Special! '"Harvest Time" 7 Year Old BOURBON •Only I MARTIN'S | Liquor Store 15 Baltimore St. Next to W. Md. Railway Crossing Free Delivery r'PA 2-1459 * Obituary (Continued from Page 11) torment will be in St. Michael's Cemetery, Froslburg. , The body is at the Elchhorn Funeral Home where Ihe rosary will be recited today at 8 p. m. by Ihe Holy Name Society. John F. Carder ROMNEY—John Formal) Carder, .J. died Wednesday evening at his home in Romney after a brief illness. He was born in Hampshire county and spent his entire life there A son of (lie late Frederick and Sarah iStarncs) Carder, lie was preceded In deatli by his wife, Cora Albright Carder, in 1952. Mr. Carder is survivcd<by two sons, Charles E. Carder, and Jennings A. Carder, a daughter, Mrs. Iva G.. Albright, all of Romney, and four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. He was a member of Fairview Methodist Church. Services will be held at Ebenezer Church in Romney iomorrow at 2:30 p. m. with burial in the church cemetery. The body is at the Combs Funeral Home in Romney. Grabenstein Services Funeral riles for Mrs. Edward C. Grabenstein, 45, of Winchester Road, who died Tuesday at her liome, will be held tomorrow at 9 a. m. in SS. . Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Burial will be in .he church cemetery. Pallbearers, all nephews, will be John Grabenstein Jr., James Gra- lenstein, Charles Grabenstein. Vincent Grabenstein,, Joseph Eirich and Eugene Alderton. The body is at Hater's Chapel of .he Hills where the Christian Mothers of SS. Peter and Paul Church will recite the rosary at 8 p. m. today. All Services PETERSBURG — Services for saac Sherman Alt, 79, who died yesterday at his home here, will >e conducted Sunday 'at 2 p.m. from the Petersburg Evangelical Jnited Brethren Church. Rev. W. B. Obaugh, pastor, will officiate nth burial in Lahmansville Cemetery. The body will be laken to the residence tomorrow' at 4 p.m: It vill be removed to the church on Sunday at 10 ajn. College Alumni Meets Tomorrow The Western Maryland Chapter if the Washington College Alumni Association will hold its fall meet- ng and election of officers at the .mcrican Legion Home in Hagers- own tomorrow 6:30 p. m.. accord- ng to chapter president Harry R. 'oole, of Hagerstown. Poole said that alumni and riends of Ihe CollegeVdesiring to attend should notify The chapter ecretary, Mrs. Nancy G. Nicc- varner, 108 Dogwood Drive, Hag- :rslown. Other chapter officers assisting ith dinner arrangements are Paul Niccwarner' of Hagerslown, chap- er treasurer, and Raymond 0. McCullough of Cumberland, vice- iresident. SEAFOOD featuring Imperial Crabs Oysters Alaskan King Crab Clawi Shrimp — Crab Cakes Fish — Steaks — Chops Draft Beer — Liquor THE DOLPHIN BAR 107 N. Cenlr. St. PA 4-987; I DULANEY'S RESTAURANT " featuring .Buckwheat Ca'kei & Sausage ... all the OJ AC -buckwheat caket you can eat for . T ""W ' SATURDAY NIGHT DANCE SUNDAY DINNER MUSIC • by Krushinskt •Viev the beautiful Fall Foilage at its best from the spacious dining room at Duianey'j . . . Overlooking beautiful blue Yough Lake, 40 milei west of Cumberland an Route 40. Reservation for our spacious Motel Restaurant Phone Confluence 9254 DULANEY'S Motel Bar Heavy Rain Reported In Some Sectors 8y The Anocloled Press . An Easl Coast storm dumped icavy rain on sections o! Maryand last night and today, with " 'all ranging to more than inches'in some areas. There was flooding in some sections. The Prince Georges County area appeared hardest hit. At Norll 3rcntwood, rescue squads evacu aled more than 100 persons froir lomes as streams overflowed. The night-long downpour also in undated some' roads, flooded eel ars in the Baltimore area am caused high tides which threatened some waterfront areas. Small craft warnings were up along Maryland waterways justs as high as 30 miles an hour vhistlcd out of the southeast. The weatherman said the rail: vould continue through the daj and end tonight. Most of the heavj rain was to fall from Frederick County eastward. Prince Georges County police said the Brentwood evacuation itarled about 1:30 a.m. and last until well afler 5 a.m. Three boats were used after the Anacostia River reached first floor evel in the Brenlwood homes. He.' dents were laken to other homes in higher ground. The Weather Bureau said some sections of Maryland might get as nucli as 5 .inches of rain before he storm passed. Slate Police barracks reporter, hese rainfall readings by 8:30 i.m.: Waterloo, 4.10 inches; Tow- ion, 3.73; Waldorf, 3.54; Rockville .98; Randallstown, 1:68; Frederick, 1.33; Benson, 1.12 and Pikcs- ille 1 inch. Other barracks reported less than an inch. In Ihe Ml. Vernon, Va.. area south of Washington several fam: lies were evacuated from their lomes by firemen. Traffic was blocked on the. Mt. Vernon Memorial Highway. Only.northbound trucks and bus es were able to use U. S. 1 in the ieltsville area early today because if an overflow from Indian Creek Vater was reported up to the bumpers 'of the vehicles which vent through. Eastern Shoremen noted the ilorm almost marked the anniver ;ary of Hurricane Hazel whic! iwept through the area Oct. 15 954, killing 12 on the Shore am doing several millions of dollars damage. "'isli Hearing Tonight ANNAPOLIS Ifl — Proposed hanges in fishing and duck bunt- ng regulations will be discusser t a public hearing planned by the !ame and Inland Fish Commission onight at Carvel Hall. miles from Cumberland at a "ham- fesl" tomorrow night here. The local club will set up a mo- Ihe bile unit and keep in conlacl with foui 1 the visiting amateurs as they drive to Cumberland. , The session will be mainly a change for an exchange of ideas and various activities conducted on a club basis. '*- Knox LLEGHAN DRIVE —IN . Route! 135 & 270. Vi Mill N.W. of Keyi< "MARTY" Starring Ernest Burgnine • Betsy Blair ALSO CARTOON GOP Women End Conclave Radio Operators Will Meet Here .The' Mountain Amateur Radio Club will be host to amateur radio operators from a radius of 100 E Richardson of Salisbury was n ilcclcd president of the Marylan BALTIMORE W> - Mrs. Vaugh Federation'-of Republican. \Vomc at the two-day convention whic ended yesterday. Mrs. Forest Me Clure. also of Salisbury, wa named corresponding .secretary. Wool of the Angora rabbit is va' ued for its length, lusler, soflnes and fineness. ' ..'.-'. Officers May . (Continued from Page 11) A bag loaded with silver dollars \ and stamped "Second National Bank of Cumberland" was among the loot,found on the men when] arrested. Officials here expressed belief] the same person or persons were ; responsible for the two safe crack-! ings and ransacking of the Boppi home. All Served Time Capt. Deyle identified the Ihree men as Edward Valentine Larue, 29; John Edward Seaton, 22; and James Lewis Baker, 27. All. he said, .had served terms in Bushy Mountain Stale Penitentiary, one murder charge. All gave A'ille, Tenn., addresses. The three, arrested Wednesday with a small arsenal in their car, mve been linked to three burglaries in Ihe Baltimore area and one in Cecil County. They were captured on a tip from the operator of a used car ot. He reported 15 batleries missing after they stopped at his place to look at some cars. State Police said serial numbers on the five pistols found in the car match Ihose of weapons taken from a house last Friday in Rising Sun. Fort Hill Yearbook Wins CSPA Honors The "Sabre", Fort Hill High School yearbook won second place rating, in the annual Columbia University Scholastic Press Association contest being held in New York this week. 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TWO COMPLETE CUAUfC STARTING OnUfffw 4 Mid t PM COME OUT EARlV GET HOME FAULT Southern States ' CUMBERLAND COOPERATIVE South George St. DIAL PA 2-5940 'Ivy League' Look Hits Colleges , COLLEGE PAKK, Md.'wi — A year Is on the "Ivy League" look. mini black Iwccd snort coat with goldI Eg was the hit of ] as l rower legged trousers, wider space night's men's fashion show al Ihe between buttons and narrow slope ight' University of Maryland, billed as :he first ever held on-an eastern campus. • And why. not? Black and gold are Maryland's colors. Burl Bacharch, a men's clothing designer from New York, told the audience of about 1,200—one-third of them coeds—that the accent this ' OPEN SUNDAYS Noon until 8 . FULL COURSE Turkey, Chicken,, $4 AC Beef Dinneri ..... •'••V COMPUTE LINE OF SANDWICHES,' SALADS, MILK DRINKS Plat* lunehti Only ODC W. S.rvt MAXWELL HOUSI COFFEE Nancy Whetsell's Restaurant 119 South Centre St. shoulders (little padding) in the coats. 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