Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 7
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• WANt AD IWer 'TIMES, CUMBEKLANl), MD-., THURSDAY,; OCTOBER 20, "SEVEN- Three Wills Admitted For Probate Three will* have bcetTatyUted Reformed Church and the Council for probate in AllegSny County 0 ( si Paul s Lutheran Church An Orphans Court this week ,wo different chuipres there and , (250 each to the F.ostburg Fire O f the estate Department and the Arlon Band John F nicker of M)t |land who Miss Lillie Wasmuth whose died October 13 left his estate lome was at 104 Orraond Street equally to five chilaren Raymond made provisions for a trust fund Catherine flicker Mane McKmley for her sister in her will but the James sister has preceded her in death Rickcr Miss Wasmutn bequeathed $1000 executor of the estate each'to'the 'Consistory "of Salem was dated June 9, 1947. ASSESSOR HONORED— J. Edward Rourilrey, left, Richmond,. Vaj, .assessor-'of .rei National Association of Assessing Officers' Achievement'award from"Bert"L Zuv Captain (Jives Up Plans To Raise Sailing Vessel CRISFIELO,"Md: «T-i- Cap!. George Staples has abandoned his plan to' raise' the wreckage of the old three-masted sailing vessel Ed : ward J. -Baird .Jr., bu' he.can't • just- leave it there and forget about it. .; The Coast Guard in Baltimore »aid-an owner:still has some.re- sponsibility-.' for n • vessel, even though it is at the bottom in 31 feet of water in Tangier Sound,.as the.Baird is. ' ^Regulations say an owner must report a.sunken wreck to the Coast Guard along with his'^.intentions, whether he will try to raise it. whether he will have it marked by buoys. . If the owner chooses not to markL ., ,,,,,.,. , it, the. Coast Guard .will and send South Liu! I o Conduct Toys For Tots' Drive The Baifd was the same ram- type sailing ship as the Levin J. Marvel, which capsized and : broke up last Aug. 12 with the loss oi 14 lives. The Marvel was used as a pleasure cruise ship. At the beginning of the summer, only..three of a once large fleet of .Chesapeake Bay rams were in service—the Marvel, the Baird, and the Jennie Bell. The Jennie Bell in cargo.service out of Snow Hill, is the only one left. Baird said yesterday he had given up plans' to raise the Baird and would salvage whatever lie can. leaving the hull to rot on the bottom—with a buoy to mark its resting place. the owner the bill. Under certain circumstances, Army Engineers 1 may raise the sunken vessel and| also send the owner the bill. If it' 'is not feasible to raise it, it will The Toys For Toys drive to collect toys for underprivileged children for Christmas will be con- be marked permanently as a sun- ducted Saturday in South End. ken wreck, the owner bearing the cost. The Baord went down the night of Sept. 18 alter it began taking in ^vater- at the bow. Staples, bis : mother, and three art students who, served as crew while doing ma-j rine sketches were rescued. The Baird was launchcf at 1 Bethel, Del., in 1903 and had been in the lumber and fertilizer trade: on Chesapeake Bay ever since. „ . o t i Staples bought her last January Properly Purchased from the Worcester Fertilizer Co. The fourth in a scries of regular collections will be conducted from Virginia Avenue west toward Springdaic Street by the sponsoring organizations, Marine Reserves. Boy 'Scouts and Associated Charities. The toys will be' taken to 75 North Centre Street where they will be repainted and repaired by volunteers. of Snow Hill for $2,000 and was Richard E. Light and Evelyn S. Lifht have purchased a property en route to Baltimore for inspec-jon Shrivcr Avenue near Holland tion and repairs When the vessel Street from Joseph F. Reissig and tank. • |E. Marie Reissijz. real estate," receives- uvcr retiring NA4C president, of Des Moirics,' Iowa, at'the Organization's"21st 'convention in New York last night Rount • rey was honored for his .planning and-completing a re-appraisal ' and equalization of all taxable real estate:in Richmond and Ms program of keeping the public informed, installing.modern pro- cedurcsiand.practices... (AP Phofofax). -'v - - Great day in the morning when you get. that RICHER BEEGH-NUT Gloat over the richer, heartier tcake-up flavor" of this famous blend of choice coffees. It's,a revelation! And for a satisfying quick start, try New Inrfont Beech-Nut. It's 100J pure coffee! Frpnanv igiui uua ipcr* v A Frostburg womah who died Fiostburg Fire Department last Saturday left tl 000 «ach to Arum Band Rev George L other »250 each was left to the and | or qualified as administrator c t a In.another will filed for probate, Mrs. Rose C. Dcrlan left her estate to four children,': Leota i Blend. Walter E. Derlan,'William Dcrlan and . Revie ' Higgler/ian. William Dcria'n and'Mrs. Blend were named executors. The will was dated June.11,-1950. The will Sthool Holiday .Today and tomorrow, are school Rick'er' and Bcrhadette holidays 'due to.the -annual Stale Raymond 1 qualified '' : as Teachers Association convention in Baltimore. The Board of Education office is also closed. MORE PEOPLE 69,500,000* HAVE MORE SAVINGS DOLLARS $13,250,000,000* 111 UnnnU These wise and thrifty folk like the convenience of "one-stop banking" . .'. the reassurance of having cash.in. the bank, when they . need it . ; . the special advantage of getting interest on their savings —• without making an investment. Why not start BANKING your savings — . with us? . ''Estimated figures, Dec. 31, 1954 You're ALWAYS v Welcome at the!.. Member Federal Depotit Imurance Corporation We sincerely believe the Continental Mark II to be the finest motor car in the world. 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