Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 19, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 19, 1955
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EVENING •TIMES, , CUMBERLAND, MD^ WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1955 THREE- . . • -• ;. . — ,.._—...—,,«,; criminal InvertlgttorV (or, ' the ^'Mafyland Hate Police: at XaVile barracks, will£«s»l«t : ;the, State'i, Attorney's office, here '.ddrliig''the-.illneis .ojr . Edwin ;R; jjlya; county •investiga- 'torV .•.•?:;.••.•.;,.•;-;-•'.-.. •^..•••••:: i ! -..-/. ' Ulya, yho'suffered a iiiiid hea.rt attack'.-at •:. his home, 220 Carroll _ r ,— Street, 'last ;week, has prbgressed Detachment of the West Virginia latisfactorily;. at 'Memorial - Hos- State Police said that military M pital where he Is a patient A State Police officials said Sgt • taker's services would be made available to the county until Lilya to return to work. Mtstery Still Surrounds •$.;.; «6v--r;-.•.;•/•••; ••;..; -\.>;:•:•' ,.- ••,'-•-,•• :':--' -I.-.-..-«'..:.'. .'.-Mystery sliii ; surrouhds'.the''case of ;the- servicemen's 'blood-staine< clothing which was found .October 6 oh; Allegheny Front alpi.g U. 'S Route 50,.near Keyset. ••;, Cpli-F. if. Tribett of the Ke'yser etachmeiit of the West Virginii State Police said that military au thbrilies have riot. been' able to find any clues. Cpl. Tribett'said last night'lie is expecting military policemeni frorn the Provost •' Marshal's office. in You Are Invited to Hear "The New Testament Picture of God" IY Dr. Carl C. Rasmuuen Profeiior SYSTEMATIC THEOLOGY LUTHERAN SEMINARY OETTYSBUKG, PENNA. ST. LUKE'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Bedford 4 Columbia St«.. Thursday, 7:30 P. M. Chaifiestdh' witbih: the' next day .or two and indicated more information hiight be obtained: then. : •The clothing was found by em- ployes, of: the. West : Virginia, State teachers all over Maryland packed oiocese of Maryland,'at the fall Road Commission.near a culvert their bags and headed 1 for Balti- alohg 'Route 50. above -Shanty H61 r low on Allegheny . Front'.. •The blood-stained -trousers, 'tie, more .after' 1 the close of classes Cross Episcopal Church here yes. today. ,'For, the rest of the week, most khaki-shirt -and .white underwear bl them will be attending the 88th ^ergymen' from 22 Western Mary- were wrapped- in: a Morgaritown annual convention of the Maryland Ja n( j churches atlende'd.the ; rheet- riewsnaner rtated Scnfemher SS. State Teachers Assn. '.•'.'".••'•'."• iri« '•• ..-••'• •/•-.' -.' newspaper dated September 23, State Teachers Assn. and bore 'two sets of army serial numbers. '.'•'-'. •..'..... .-'.:'...' ;A description.of the ipsighia on the clothing indicated'.that, the week off. wearer'of the clothing at one time association will call the converi- may have been stationed at Camp Breckehridge,'Ky., ',•:.. Cpl. Tribett said military, author- lion to order at 10 a. m: tomorrow Philippine Independent Church, at the first of two meetings of the -••" : "-—- -"«-- •-•--•- «Representative • Assembly, com- orders have been regulated by the that area. ities: had informed him that there posed of' representatives' of. county Episcopal Church; He also cited --•-••- : --••--- i:-.-i- .- organizations arid subordinate asso- the work of the' Episcopal mission- was no servicemen listed as.mis- sing from'Morgaiitown but that he ciations".' Only ; accredited dele- had hot been able to determine if gates to the Representative Assem anyone was missing from the Kentucky base, or elsewhere with the serial numbers found on the cloth- jly may vote.on issues,before the convention. '".''. : : .-,••'•/ .'• Gbv. G. Mennen Williams of Michigan, a staunch advocate of ing. The late policeman said that if larger appropriations for public the military was unable'to turn schools, will be the speaker at the up added clues this • week he _was gomg. to send the clothing to f the Three of the four'officers of the home. He told newspapers he would convocation were re-elected.. They return 'the parakeet to anyone who first .general; session; tomorrow are R ev: Charles I. Kratz Jr.; ^ec- could identify it accurately. He said afternoon. His address'will-'follow for of-St John's Church, Frost- State Police criminal laboratories a welcoming speech by':; State burg,'dean; Rev. Luther D.'Miller, in Charleston to'determine what Schoor Superintendent Thomas G. type of blood stained the outfit. ?ullen-Jr. and a musical program factors which' could- be obtained from an analysis. SALES 205 N. Mechanic St. SPOERLS GARAGE Cumberland, Md. SERVICE 28 N. Georqo St. ——Schools Qow— V',.4' v -i; -.!',;•• -,/• : : .' Teachers •/•!;•• -To'ltteiife, Contention; Episcopal Mission Work Outlined At Convocation . The objectives of the $6,807,947 Frederick, vice ; dean; Rev; Willard Episcopal mission program for .the G. Wilson Jr., rector of 1 St. James next three years were • explained Church, Westerhpbrt,.'.- treasurer. by the Rt. Rev. Harry Lee Doll, BALTIMORE .KWPublic school D. D., new'suffragan bishop of the Holy Cross and St. Philip's here, was elected the' new secretary, conclave of Cumberland at Holy Rev. Bernard Jennings of Smiths- Pupils will get the rest of: the Some 175 laymen and women and land. The spring meeting of the convocation willbe held at St. Mating. •'••-'•:.•'. .'•'••-•• • trew's Church in O'akland, 'where Bishop; Doll, explained that the Rev. John J. Atweil is rector. Opens At 10 A. M. how old it was, and 'any other bv th ? Wicomico High School band of Salisbury. : Williams is- expected to outline an ambitious .school program his administration. is reported to be preparing. ' . . A dinner and dance are scheduled -Thursday.night. Departmental Meetings Friday,. after another general session, the teachers will break up into departmental meetings devoted to the. various specialized branches of their profession. There are more than 45 siich meetings, scattered over the city. : The convention will close Saturday after a second session- of the Representative Assembly, the in- irciductioh of hew officers, and; an inspirational address by Billie-Davis, a writer and Sunday School worker. : Paul B. Stevens, guidance counselor at Baltimore City: College, s the choice of the nominating committee for president to succeed Cole. Stevens moved up from his present office of second vice president and Cole, director of elemcn- ary education in Baltimore Coun:y, automatically becomes first vice president The nominating committee proposed Violet Davis, supervisor of ;lementary schools in Harford -ounty, as the next second-vice- president, the "customary stepping 1 stone to the presidency of the association. Rev. David C. Streett II, vicar of terday. burg was re-elected to the execu live council of the Diocese of Mary- mission budget was. approved at the/recent General Convention of terday's Holy Communion service . President B,, Melvin Colts of the the Episcopal Church in Honolulu. will be sent to Archbishop Muker- with three million members.- Its aries from'the United States and Japan'on Okinawa: remarks that freedom and Christianity-are inseparable. assistant. at All Saints Church, The offering contributed at yes- He -also'' spoke .briefly, about .the jee.of the Church of India, Pakistan,. Burma and Ceylon for missionary priests of the church in He Has Tlie Bird ALBUQUERQUE W — Parakeets Rt. Rev;'. Noble C.Powell, bishop are more numerous than you of the diocese,'emphasized-in his think; says mailman-Paul Duran. A'parakeet took a fancy to Duran on his rounds and followed him his telephone'rang all the next day as owners of missing .birds sought to find if the parakeet was theirs. Wrong Slogan? LOS .ANGELES tfC-A pawn shop I whose slogan was "We Loan The Most" has gone out of business. extra SlYIOOtH. . you can taste the mellow, extra smoothness of this choice; Kentucky Straight Bourbon made the old-fashioned way. .-extra quality can pay more for whiskey.but you can't buy better quality than Echo Spring. KENTUCKY 5TMI6HT BOURBON WHISffT "Until filter, nitunl XtVRAWfflOOD extra value .;. 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