Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 19, 1955 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 19, 1955
Page 20
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..TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBKKLANU, 'Ml).* WEDNESDAY, .-OCTOBER' lj»,- 1955 Di«| l'A-2-4600 .for «, WAmVAU. Police Units Coordinate Efforts lii Murder Case •TOWSON,-Md. «i — Maryland and State Police and Baltimore County and City police are in Hie pro- _ cess of "complete coordination" of pi efforts to crack Hie John I. Adams murder case, says a top police official. James M. Hcpbron, Baltimore 5' ei police commissioner who 1ms been deputized to act for Gov. McKeldin in any matter growing out of the Adams murder case, made the announcement last night in the face t\ of indications of conflicting police theories about the case. Adams, 39-year-old Negro who was arrested when State ~-"-- Police kinson of the some Baltimore City police officers raided , a Turner Station gambling center Sept. 28, disappeared Oct. 13. He had been re- leascd-oii bail, along'wilh six others accused in'the raid on what police said was a six million dollar-per- lottery operation. Two days later his bound and beaten body was found in a field off U.S. 40 cast of Baltimore. The autopsy indicated he had been tortured with blows about the head before he was garottcd and left with a penny in his pocket. Yesterday Chief Hamilton R. At ie Baltimore County po lice said it was his belief that Adams was killed for the $1,000 he was believed to have been carrying. Atkinson said, "We have definite suspects," And reporters said Atkinson's .excited and expectanl manner indicated that a break might be near. But John 1 Raine Jr., county state's attorney, denied there were indications of a quick solution. Israel's plastic industry consists of 70 factories producing more than 2.500 separate items ranging from a'simple plate to highly complicated molds for electrical appliances, MORE PEOPLE SAVE AT A BANK THAN ANYWHERE ELSE. WHY? "IT'S SAFE, Souhd management, carefully restricted Investments, close government supervision; physical safeguards - and deposit insurance up to 510,000 for each depositor* -protect the savings I hank!" "IT'S CONVENIENT -1 can do all my banking at once." "MY HINDS EARN INTEREST - without my hwtiting." "MY BANKER makes me feel at home... is so helfjut." f - ' Start saving with us: Experience the many benefits that make more than 69,000,000 Americans ai>ree: "THERE'S NOTHING QUITE LIKE MONEY IN THE BANK!" *bj the federal Deposit Insurance Corporation THE COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK Af the City Hall Square Member F. D. I. C. DOG ROUTS ROBBER—Rebel, a two-year-old Boxer, is hugged, by his mistress, 'Mrs. Pauline King of Oakland. Calif., after -.he- saved her assailant early yesterday as she carried home the day's, receipts from a tavern she owns. Rebel knocked the man down but when the dog was restrained, tjie attacker escaped.. Mrs. King Bears scratch marks on her face from the encounter. : ' : ' <AP Photdfax) Batimgartner Heads Group Dr. Eugene I. Baumgartner of Oakland,, member of the board of directors and ; one of the charter members of-American Academy of General Practice, has been named chairman of the scientific program planning committee for the Academy's eighth annual Assembly next week in Washington, DC....-' Dr. Baumgartner's zeal in .arranging topflight scientific programs for his 1 general practitioner colleagues is recognized in both the academy and the American Medical Association. As a member of the Academy's committee on scientific assembly ser he has been active-almost constantly since .1951. .After being named that year to the program planning committee, Dr. Baumgartner served three years so efficiently that the board asked him to serve agajn—his .present term to expire next March. In 1949, according to an article on the Academy, in its publication, "G. P," he helped organize'the Maryland-chapter and served as its secretary from .that time until 1952. The following, year he became its president. Since 1949, he has-been on the board of governors of Garrett County Memorial Hospital and Many Phone Users Still Dialing Wrong The third group of bills issued since dial service began here went out Thursday and'officials say they indicate many people, are still dialing wrong—and failing to report the mistake to the operator. It is'quite possible,'according to C. Walter Haschert, local manager, to get through to a number of cities in Maryland if the letters are dialed wrong. • He said customers who get wrong numbers should ask' what number they have.received and report the mistake immediately to the operator. if-jiit!. No School III .POINT CLEAR,"Ala. Wi -Gov Thepdoro It! McKcldin of Mary land said today, legislation undoubt cdly will be .needed to,solve lh< water resources problem crcate( in recent years by the increasing systematic irrigation of farms. .'He told.a round table discussioi at the. Southern : Governors' Con ferehce that irrigation and tin growing number of new residentia areas in Maryland have led to s reappraisal of the state's, water resources. The governor recently appointed a 'commission for this study. In a talk prepared for delivery McKeldin said Maryland's' wate situation is not alarming and ftha it., has not been' since state am local government assumed stew ardship over it. , •-'.-. He said both surface and.grounc water supplies in the state are systematically controlled .by th< Department of Geology,.Mines am Water-Resources arid -that critica situations -.have been encounterec in several localities of heavy in dustrial pumpage; - . He said the: study commission will seek a plan for sharing th< available surface waters, and per haps, to provide for-the storage b such waters in seasons-of greates plentitude and least use." He 'said many small private water companies have been set up to supply, water to. homes in new developments. "There, have been complaints o inadequacies in such water-serv ices. I want .our new, commissior to determine the degree of sound ness and authenticity in those com plaints and to devise and Veconi treasurer . since 1950. He . first •ved as president of the hospital staff in 1951 and Was again elected its president this year. - • •• He attended the University, of Maryland.where he received both his AB-and MD degrees, the latter in 1931. His internship was taken in 1931 : 32 at 'Mercy Hospital in Baltimore. . 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' Water. for> recreation is ... . ing ,that is 'to be; seriously eon is triNtcd-jn' Maryland; lie:siild.•••"• '•"From oiir SaVagc Hive'r drainage basiri'rcservoir—in a large recreation area—water is supplied to a.number of, nearby, towns'", I' said, •"•'"•>,-?' •"''• ' '• '•' .- '' -.' , •of Forests and water said, operation with, the.Upper'!'<>'<>mae River Commission whlclr'-ojporalej the Savage; Rivei\dam.?o; ; :..; "More 'such"good management he and' cooperation ami more-.'sjicji reservoirs on other streams.woutjl go far toward conserving our water floods," Cumberland Cloak & Suit j . • • . • . ... . ^ „ -, ,-/ '.- ; " : -' ; « i Open your 1st Nattoiial Charge-Ac. : count, to'day; It's the:modern'way t» • ' shop and .save . . '. Charge all .your ." • •'•" 'purchases'... take SO days fo pay .y. '• . . .': .-Ask jor-Sull details. v - : : cold weather fikeatl... The Styles ... .The Vdliies .,. you want now in girls' winter . . Girls' Coat Sets, Sizes 3 to 6x 98 from . . . . 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