Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 14, 1955 · Page 15
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Dial PA-2-4600 ,for • WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1955 FIFTEEN {Varied Events 1 f~) --i'V^s:* i '< .- i •. .•-• ..;.•'. Conducted For ' ram . :. Flinistoiic liigli '/.'.' Sliidciils Wiii Log ;•"•'' Sawing Contest .-•A full prcgram marked Allegany - County's observance of Maryland =I;and Week-yesterday at the Union ^rove-Camp Grounds. ™ Wendell R. Tascher, an exlen- Hiion" soil conservationist for the United States Department of Agri•^culture, emphasized the chief point -'ol the sixth annual Land Week observance in a brief talk he gavej at IMe f amp grounds. - j He reminded his audience that Icclay only J5 per cent of the peo- 'file in the United Stales live oh "farms while 85 : per cent live in "cllie5"and towns. That 15 per cent 'probably will drop a little more as 'iifban populations continue to grow faster. "The land is called upon to feed fall of the city people as well as .Ihe country folks. To gel the nr~' • production . out of the' land, it . essential that the land get the pro-per treatment.it needs, once it is | determined the best uses to which ;it can be put. ' In the land judging contest, the , Northern High School team of Gar; rett \County won first prize with a i score of 804 while Flintstone High : School was second with 796, South. cm High School third with 737 and Oldlbwn High School fourth with ; 630. ; Franklin Teter of Flintstone had ' the high individual score with 284. .He will get a $3 first prize. Second .-was David Beachy of Northern, . who will win $2 with a score of 278. I -,The next 12 contestants, all of | whom, will receive 51 awards, are j Marlin Whilfield, Flintstone: David ; Otto, Southern; Larry Bowser, Northern; Alva Rexrode, North- I ern: John Hummel, Norlhern; Rog' cr DeBerry, Southern; Harry Mar. tin, Soulhern; Waller DeBerry, ,' Soulhern; Randall Mann, Flint- i slone; Robert Mallery, Oldtown; ; Ward Umbel, Northern, and Leon: ard Durr, Southern,.. The champion Northern High ! three-boy team of Beachy, Bowser i and Rexrode will be guests of honk or at a dinner tonight at Mountain .Lake. Park marking the end of.the Warrett Counly observance of Land |\Veek today. j The land judging contest, the Jirst of its type conducted here, [-.was directed by Paul M. Galbreath, SJassislant extension soil conscrva- f'tionist. v During the lunch hour Assistant iSDistrlct Forester Harry M. Harl- i'man Jr. directed a log sawing con- Rest in which 15 teams of two com- Jjwtcd. | Boy proved superior to the men jWlwn Kenneth Lough and John « mlth of Flintstone High School ;al Joseph Silber and Roy Shry- {bck Jr,, who, live in tho-.Oldtownj jfnren.'ThS Flintslone boys won SlOj jwhilo the Iwo men shared S5. Theyi jtul through a 12-inch log in 25 sec--»J |bnds. • !• * A winner was first selected from] J |each of the four schools. Best from]*} 'pldtflwn were John Mallery and \ .Walter Cartwright. The Southern High winners were Audley Rilcy and Mayo Shreve. Best fromNorth- •,ern were Ward Umbel and Forrest .Jacobs. i -Just before lunch, which was 'served by the Union Grove Home- finakers, Brook Bodkin, senior for- 'est-supervisor,' presented a fire prevention program. Immediately (after the log cutting competition. fRonnie McPhail, a student at Piney [Plains School, put on a turkey call- jing demonstration. His calls at- ;iracied (he-attention of some four wild turkeys who! were penned up in an enclosure on the grounds. Then came a tour of Ferguson's SO-aore farm.- The tourists saw oontour strip cropping, crop rotations, diversion lerrace, native wildlife cover, pasture improvement and management, forestry practices and poul try management. Ferguson gets about 80 per cent egg production from his 700 Pcnn State Farm Hhode Island Reds. . Floyd Buser was chairman of the Allegany County Land Week committee. Other farm leaders assisted him. Cases Docketed For Girciiit Court; Trial For Manslaughter Among First Richard H. Newhouse, local man consumption of alcoholic beverages lawful sale of .alcoholic.., beverages. charged with manslaughter is the are listed for Tuesday also. Georgis C. Winkler and Gcrti'udc Cus- dcath of. Mrs., Daisy Priddy, a bystander during a fight in the Soulh End Republican Club, will be tried ter were indicted on a charge of sale of : alcoholic'beverages-at a tavern in the Barton section on Monday ^at 9:^ a.m.' in Allegany Sl i nday , Me i v j n Barber, who operates a tavern near Barton, also ras indicted on a charge of un- Tearful Scene FAYETTEV1LLE, N. C.-W-It was a tearful scene as employes County Circuit Court. Also scheduled to be heard will be the jury trial.of Carl W. Smith who was indicted for the malicious destruction of property owned by Dewey Lytle on Green Ridge Mountain. However, .five paternity cases opened the Carr Motor Company are also scheduled for the first for business. A safe had been open- day's session, of criminal trials ed in the night, selling off_tear for the October term of court. Tuesday's docket finds the trial of Sterling Writes scheduled. Crites; Mill Run Road man, was indicted by the grand jury on a charge of assault with intent to rape " young girl. The alleged offense- was committed May 14. Two cases involving the sale and Tentatively set for Tuesday also are the trials of George S. Hymcs and Russell Perdew, both charged with carnal knowledge of .a girl years. The trial of Troy W. Collins, gas,- which filled the building. Closer inspection disclosed that $1,000 was-missing. If the average reader took a step for each. movement of (he eyes made in an eight-hour day of read, ing, he'd walk 33 miles, according lo the Better Vision Institute. Ridgeley'sCD UhitT6 Receive Further Training Demonstrations and training • in first aid and rescue work will highlight the meeting of Ridgcley's Civil Defense organization today at 8 p. hi. in Ridgeley High School. '• Mrs. Virginia Zimmerman, CD director for the community, said manslaughter by motor -vehicle, in the deaths of Carl Ebyood Critch. field, 34, of Chevy Chase, a. former Amcelle plant worker, and Ernest Van Pelt, 18, of RI 3,. Keyser. as the result of a crash on McMullcn Highway 'June 19 near DawsonY is scheduled 'to be heard Wednesday, October 18. .... "•' • Collins owned .the "car in which the two men were passengers, and Stale Police said he was the driver. After the mishap Collins denied he field had been the operator of the machine. • between the ages', ot-14 and 16 (i, c Ridgeley'unit has 'ordered eight stretchers, eight slings, eight first aid kits arid 10 blankets, all of Rawlings, who is charged with w hich will be paid for by the Mineral County Court under its appropriation for Civil Defense in the county. j Some of this equipment, .she explained, will be placed at stra- tegio points, such as the schools, for emergency use, and some will be utilized in the training of CD volunteers. The Cumberland Girl Scouts, a Red Feather agency, helped another Red Feather agency, the Sal- was driving',"'saying-.that Critch-vation "Army, during the past year by dressing dolls at Christmas for needy children- Bishop Sheen Returns To Television; Reasonable Anaylsis Of Reds Brilliant By JACK O'BRIAN NEW YORK — (INS) - Bishop Fulton J. Sheen brought his TV talks back to ABC-TV last night with a tasteful. new selling, all classical lines and columns and class, his reasonable analysis of Ihe Communists was brilliant as he traced the shift not in red philosophy but its ladies . ... His capsule analysis of their loudly publicized smoking: of propaganda peace pipes: "I would advise our western diplomats to watch and see if Ihey arc inhaling." "Climax" had a neatly designed whodunit called "Thin- Air" last night that had the recognizable look of great care in every department, with Robert Sterling and Pat O'Brien starred . . . Pat played his cuslomairy lough cop, but Bob Sterling had the meaty role that demanded more than just ordinary aptitude, and gave it that and extra. Good play, well scripted, produced, directed, acled; especially by Roberl Sterling, a young and handsome type) known more through his "Topper" trouping'for his charm, bui this lime he showed a heavier, deep apiuude; ergo, the ability to play anything. Jack Barry of old and young quizcasting and emcee of "The Big Surprise" wrote us to say his "head is bloody" from the reviews, but drastic revisions in the show should perk it up for tomorrow's back-lo-lhe-wall second Iry . . . If you Ihink you've seen Palricia Culls of "Down You Go" before ,you have: She was Patricia Wayne when she acted in movies (such as "Eye Witness," wilh Bob Monlgomery) . . . Bishop Sheen's radio version of his TV'lalks starts next Thuri- day ... , TV has'' boomed the Disney studios far beyond anything in its profitable history, bigger than wartime movie booms (but TV is war) .'. . "Lucy" will stay on CBS through the '56-'57 season if CBS wants it that way; options . . . Desi wants to switch to a full- hour "spectacular" with music and guest stars and of course, more money. "Lux Theatre" last night used the hoariest of ancient bad-guy plots: The good man embroiled in crime who gets the stolen money back to the vault just before he dies, and the kindly executives tell his family and everyone he died saving the money out of the brave goodness of his heart ... . A shame lo wasle the fine talents of Gene Lockhart on such trifles . . . Guilty Conscience Pays Off In Full NEW YORK (INS) - It took some time for one guilty conscience to produce action, but when it did it paid off in full, with a bonus on top of it. This letter reached C. E. Weger, comptroller of Cities Service,-from Covington, Ky.: "I; borrowed this money from your company over twenty-five years ago. (By borrowed. I mean stole it from a service station.1 I needed" it badly at the'time. The amount'was $80."' ' • • •'•'• - Two $100 bills were enclosed. Michigan Plagued.'•••-. h By Rabbit Meiinee , LANSING, Mich. W — Rabbits Brought into the.siate by sportsmen to train beagles are : spreading out over Michigan -in- such numbers - thai the State Conservation Department is worried. '. : : ' . ' The animals aren't the ordinary cottontails but a : slraln of San Juan rabbits — the type that swept through-Australia'. The big rabbit burrows deep — from two to eight feet — and tins been known to undermine buildings. • HiTalso can do a great deal of damage to crops. First acrlhl policewoman In the Unilcd States was''Corn, Sterling, commissioned in Seattle, Wash,,.In IBM.'-' •• .."' • -..•}.••• •'.;'•.-.' • In rnilfond lingo, ; "gandy dun- ccr" In * term;used for.*.track' laborer. A^ft^jLjUt^^ . i SUPER WEEK Sensational Savings at Maurices...Friday and Saturday! Ladies! Ladies!... Extra Special! Wafer Kepellenl Zipper POPLIN JACKETS Special Purchase! Women's water repellent lined, zipper poplin jackets. Fomoui mokes in every new popular fail and winter color. All lined with warm plaid flan- nelette. 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