Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 21, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

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PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES. CUMBERLAND. MD, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1955 SEVEN Coiirt Busy With Criminal Appeals A number of criminal appeal cases were heard yesterday afternoon by Associate, Judge Morgan C. Harris in Aliegany County Circuit 'Court. ' .'• ' '•-..' Louis Dohlus and Calvin Miller, charged with being habitual drunkards, and given a hearing in Trial Magistrate's Court before Donald W. Mason, were bolh sentenced lo 60 days in the County Jail. ' A 14-year-old girl who formerly resided in Weslernporl, and was sentenced to the Montrose School for Girls during a hearing before Judge Morris Baron in Juvenile Court on a charge of being a. delinquent minor, was found guilty. However, Judge, Harris lurned her over lo her falher, now residing' in Baltimore, and said the problem should work, itself oul. He warned her that she must behave herself in the future. The girl .traveled to Baltimore in June will] a Wcsiernport area man and staved wilh him several days. A warrant was sworn out by her'grandmother and the girl came back home voluntarily. The girl was, in (he custody of her .father after her parents separated and had been staying at the horns o(.'great-grandparents in the Tri- Towns area. Raymond Welsh, cily. who was found guilty on Iwo molor vehicle charges and. was fined $125 and costs in Trial Magistrate's before J. Milton Dick was guilty yesterday on both counl by Judge Harris. The fine for reckless driving was suspended although the fine the oilier charge .was upheld .by Judgd llnrris. City'Police Officers Carl Williams and Joseph Harvey testified thai the two vehicle accident oc 1 curred on May 27 al the intersection of Oldlown Road and Homestead Place. Driver of the other vehicle was James E. Moran of Oidtown Road. Clarence Sjiuller represented Ihe defendant. In Hie juvenile case, John Robb was counsel for the'de- fendant. ' Police Case JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Court somebody flashes Jacksonville Po. found lice badge No. 49 at you, call a :op. The badge was stolen Patrolman Solomon Weslon's While it was parked in front of his its ci on home. Cliurch To Hold Miisic Program Ml. Pleasant Methodist' Church will have 'an • organ recital and musical program Sunday at p. m. at which lime the hew,organ will be placed in use for the first thne. / " Mrs. Adam Grim will give a recital (it the new organ and will also present three guest vocal sold' Ists, Miss Evangelinc Grim, Delorcs Shank and Miss'Joan Lul- Irell. The Young Peoples Choir will also present selections. Rev. Adam Grim, pastor of -the If church said the concert is open to all members and friends of the congregation and any other inter- from ested persons. This is the first car time this church has had an organ, and it replaces a piano in use for several years; Glen Savage Co>v Tops In Butterf at LAST The top . bullerfat producer; In herds checked in September hi Hie Potorqac Valley; Dairy Herd In- 7:30 provemenl Association was a registered Guernsey owned by Glen Savage Dairy of Ml, Savage, according to County Agcnl Joseph'M. Steger. '':.... Glen Savage Upshot produced 1,310 pounds of, milk for a total 75 po.unds of butlerfat to lead Miss 864 cows tested. Second to the Ml. Savage Guernsey was Spradley, a Code" Jersey owned by Carl llows'are, Bedford Valley, Pa., which produced .70 pounds of bullerfat in 1,110 pounds of milk.- i .' • Others in the top 10 producers were Rosalie, Registered Holstein owned by C. 0. and Elizabeth Miller, .Midland, 68 pounds- of butterfat and 1,620 pounds of milk. Mike, Grade Ilolslein, owned by Carl llowsatc, 67 pounds of hut lerfal and 1,300 pounds of milk. Bess, Grade Holstein, owned by the Marshall. R. Porter, Froslbtn-g, 6G pounds of bullorfat and 1880 pounds of milk. Lilly, Gtade HolsleK owned by Lloyd Nave, Bedford Valley, liG of pounds of butlerfat and 1 the pounds of milk. Princess. Grade Holstein, owned cows by Brinker Brothers. Springfield, W. Va., 66 pounds of bullerfal and a 1,700 pounds of milk. Fancy,- Grade Guernsey, owned by James H. Weimer, Ml. Savage, 65 pounds of butterfat and 1,410 pounds of milk. M a m i c, Rcgislered Holstein, owned by Marshall R. Porler, B4 01 pounds of bulterfat and 1,8201, pounds of milk. . . Dolly, Graded Holstein, owned by Lloyd Nave, 64. pounds of but- tcrfat and 1,570 pounds of milk. Peg, Grade Guernsey, owned by Marshall R. Porler, 04 pounds of buttcrfai and 1,460 pounds of milk. Bess, Grade Holstein, owned by Lester K. Beal, Ml. Savage, 64 pounds of bullerfat and 1,250 pounds of milk. The average production of all iws lesled was 655 pounds of milk, '26.6 pounds of bullerfal for 4.06 per cenl average. Property Purchased Francis A. Warnick and Vada E. Warnick have purchased property on Bedford Road, three and me-half miles north of Cumberland from Leroy W. Mingle and Alia E. Mingle. WHERE If MORE BUYS TWICE AS MUCH FORD 5 DRUG STORES' Cumberland and Froitburg A DEPARTMENT STORE IN ITS 108th. NOW IS THE TIME TO SELECT YOUR PERSONALIZED CHRISTMAS CARDS - STATIONERY - STREET FLOOR BIG DEAL SHOP OUR TWO BIG FLOORS OF HOME FURNISHINGS AND HOUSEWARES - t THIRD AND FOURTH FLOORS - FOR THE BUYS OF A LIFETIME Metal Utility Table WITH 3 SOCKET ELECTRICAL UNIT All baked white, red or yellow enamel table with free wheeling casters. It will hold most of your small electrical appliances. Can be used in bathroom, too. Heavy gauge steel with 16" x 22" top. Height 30". 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