Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 20, 1955 · Page 10
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBEULANU, Ml)., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1955 Oil Slick Found May Be Clue To Planes' Location NORFOLK, Va. dfi — An oil slick found yesterday on Chesapeake Bay about 125 miles north of Norfolk may be a clue to the disappearance Tuesday night of two Marine planes. The two. Douglas Skyraiders, each carrying one pilot, were en route with another Skyraider from Brunswick, Me., to the Marine Corps Air Station at Edenton, N.C. For A Natural PERMANENT .. Wi Stotk Ihi Following Pvrmon.nt) olid Refills TONI — PROM ULT —SHADOW RAYVE — RICHARD HUDNUT — BUTEE MARVE and others RAND'S Cor. Baltimore and N. Centre. The wing leader in the third plane lost contact with the other Iwo while flying through a storm off Cape diaries about 8 p.m. The Navy helicopter which sighted the oil slick yesterday at 5:30 p.m. was part of a 30-plane search armada scouring the bay from Annapolis, Md., to Norfolk and extending five miles out to sea. The pilot of the helicopter low- Delia Claims He Had No Notice Of State Road Plan BALTIMORE (ff)—Stale Sen. George W. Delia (D-Balto Cth) said last night he had no advance information about a road to be built through some Anne Arundel County properly he bought. slick to obtain a sample, which is being tested at the Paluxenl, Md., Naval Air Station. The slick was station. If an analysis shows the slick to be made of aviation gasoline and lubrication oil, an extensive search using electronic devices and divers will begin at once. The wing commander who landed at,Kdenton without his companions Tuesday night said he lost them in a bank of a cloud amid lightning and thunder. Wise Shoppers Will LAYAWAY Christmas GIFTS Now At SPEAR'S Gents Diamond Onyx — Special 6 Diamond Bridal Pair .50& Wonderful Value AQ.50 ^ 14 K. Gold yy NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR CREDIT 17 JEWEL WATCHES Expansion Band 41 Big Savings •' 17 JEWEL WATCHES Expansion Band 1Q-75 At No Extra Cost •* $400 HOLDS IT PAY ON EASIEST TERMS IN TOWN JEWELRY STORE 62 BALTIMORE ST. AGENTS FOR STIEFF STERLING He told a Legislative Council subcommittee that a charge he received such information through the Maryland State Roads Commission was an statement made by irresponsible an irrespon-i ered his plaslie crash hat into (lie sible plaintiff, represented by an irresponsible attorney and published by an irresponsible paper."; In a counter-action filed against vcy possible locations for tlie road. Actress Leaves $175,000 Estate LOS ANGELES to - An estate of more than $175,000 was left by former actress Alice .- Joyce who died Oct. 9 Her will filed for probate -yesterday left the estate to her two daughters, Jlrs. Alice Moore- de Tolly, 40, of Dover, Del., and Jlrs. Margaret Harris, 34, of Clark Fork, Ida. The will listed the gross sighted only a few miles from the n, c commission last week, Mrs. Bertha K. Jewell, Annapolis filling station owner, accused it or one of its employes of giving inside information to Delia and J. Donald- the commission Aug. 12, 1952. McCain said the Jewell property was bought with the understanding thai her filling station would not he linked with the new highway. The location of the station was such, he said, that continued access to the main flow of traffic would be a "serious traffic liaz- ird." McCain said the commission later learned vehicles Jfrom the son Parr, his partner in a land Jewell ' property still were using line old route, so it ordered a line , _ |of poles installed on (he ncwly- Bolii Mrs. Jewell and Parr re-i llc(|ll j re(I Sla , e proper! y to block off deal. jecled invitations to appear at tlie| subcommittee hearing, which was| called .at Delia's request. subcommittee, headed by Sen. John Grason Turnbull (D-Baltimore), has. been invesligalin; roads 'commission purchases of rights of way, particularly for the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel. It voted o suspend further consideration of the Delia-Jewell subject until the outcome of court proceedings. Delia said he asked for the hearing because Mrs. Jewell's state- .ments might be a proper subject for its investigation. He later ex- iplained to newsmen that, since he (was not a principal in the case [between Mrs. Jewell and the roads [commission, he could not volunteer [his full statement in court. I He said he first became interested in the Anne Arnndel property, a tract of about 20 acres on [the west outskirts of Annapolis, in [May or June, 1950. At that time, he was acting as a lawyer repre- [senting Parr, who was an agent [for Henry A. Knott, Inc., Balti[more building firm. Delia told the subcommittee Knott had bought the land to build a Negro housing development on it but later was stymied in attempts to obtain building permits, sewage disposal facilities and other, utilities. He was told by county and roads commission officials that plans were being drafted for a road in (bat area,•• Delia, said. He said this was wha: followed: Knott offered to sell the property to Parr, who in turn asked Delia if he were interested in buying is as a partnership. Delia took a half-interest in it about June 1, 3952. The new owners made a "further attempt" to carry out the origina plans to build Negro housing on the land. When they failed, thej applied to have the property rezoned from residential to commercial. ' . "What I did was buy a piece of land," said Delia. "I didn't care whether a road was going through there or not. All I. was interested in was housing because it was needed down there." Noting Delia's criticism of The Baltimore Sun for printing an ac count of Mrs. Jewell's court action, Del. A. Gordon Boone <D- Balto County) said he thought his colleague was "a little unnecessarily alarmed." , "All they (lid was quote from lie cross-bill," said Boone. Koads Commission Chairman Russell H. McCain, the only other witness at the hearing, told the subcommittee the State hired en- [ineers in November, 1950, to sur- lie access. ,.,. i The poles were knocked down 'with a bulldozer or something like that, McCain testified. The commission rebuilt the barricade and, when it was knocked down again, the courts were asked to order Mrs. Jewell to refrain from repeating this act, McCain said. In her cross-bill of complaint, Mrs. Jewell accused the commission of "utter bad faith" and col- He said plans were submitted to annual income from the estate at $?.7,000, Its Name ' The Pueblo Indians called the spot upon which the city of Santa Fe, N. M., now stands, Kuapoga, "the place of the- shell beads near the water." The U. S. aircraft carrier Saratoga has a power plant that develops 200,000 horsepower. lusion witli Delia and Parr. Insurance Club Has Buffcl Luncheon A buffet luncheon was served at the quarterly meeting of the M. L. Club, comprised of employes of the Monumental Life Insurance Company here. Marlin King is chairman of the group and the committee in charge of the program was Robert Lewis, Nelson Robinson, Darrell Zeller and Harold Turner. The event took place at the company office. Dial PA-2--1600 for a WANT AU Taker „ About 47,000 Americans a year ton S ""of"im ; ton .dioxidc'-'from auto wash'builM*)m(UOU million Imvo dlsabll,* aa'ldcnls while put- tons. 01 cnroon dioxide irom amp wasn UUSIIIVM HUU w nn.ium »•• .-&„., ,i nu ,,, stimn win. •air are absorbed by ocean customers last year and took in Ing «i> or taking down stoim win- 'Scientists estimate .that. WO Ml- Trade statisticians stiy the V. S. 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