Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 24, 1955 · Page 8
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EIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, . MD., . MONDAY, . OCTOBER 24, 1955. Dial PA.2.-46QO. .for, a WANT.^AD. Taker Symphony Concert Ticket Sale Good; More Available 'plenty of orchestra seals are the available lor the Baltimore Sym phony Orchestra concert here ai the Syckcs- Music .Store, North a Centre Street, or the Music Shop the on Baltimore Street. .About 300 front row balcony scats were sold Saturday, first day of'the sale. There was also a large mail order-sale. The orchestra section seals 1,200. . - The November 11 concert at Fort Hill High School auditorium is being sponsored by the Times and Alleganian Company with proceeds above actual costs to go to Uie benefit of the Cumberland Free Public Library. "Orchestra seats are $2 and $2.50 and balcony seats $1 and. $1.50, much lower than prices in Baltimore. Baltimore took.the lead in sponsoring a municipally-financed sym- craft phony back in 1916, when the Baltimore orchestra became the first of its type in the country. Established orchestra leaders ..._ lime, mindful-of the cost of supporting such a venture, pro- at dieted dire monetary difficulties md a poor response from all " ic musical intelligentsia. But the pessimists proved wrong when the first day's sales were a near sell-out. Since then; crowcred houses have marked every concert. The November 11 performance, will mark tlie symphony's first appearance here. Conductor is Massimo Frcccia. a nalive ot Florence, Italy, who has held the post since 19S2. Prior to joining the Baltimore group he conducled the Havana Philhar monic-and the New Orleans Sym phony. $10,000 Fife At Store Here An early morning (ire j-istorday caused approximately $10,000 damage at the Burkcy Television and but Appliance Company Inc., store, 164'North Centre Street. The aerial ladder truck and the pumper engine of Central Fire Station, as well as the pumper from West Side, answered the alarm at 5;45 a. m. Skilled by long practice as manuscript illuminators. European monks brought stained glass ..tsmanship to iis highest level in the 14th and 15th centuries. Juarez is the seventh largest in Mexico. of cjly ii About 12 hours later the aerial ladder and pumper of Central Fire Station again went to the store when a smoldering piece of wood was detected in the building. Edward'R. Burkcy, proprietor of the store, said three television sets were destroyed and. about 21 sets were damaged by the smoke and water. The flooring of the first floor of She store also was damaged by the flames. Considerable smoke'seeped into the four upstairs apartments. City firemen received a call at 5:42 a. m. They again went to tlie scene about 5:10 p. m. I:, the original fire, the blaze was reported to have started in the Natural Birch Kitchen Cabinets Manufactured of clear, solid blonde birch, sanded to satin smooth finish. AT FACTORY-TO-YOU PRICES! CUMBERLAND KITCHENS Di.ploy Room and Plant, ELLERSUE, MD Police Recapture Escaped Teenager A 15-year-old ooy, -clad only in a nightshirt, escaped froni the juv- iiilc detention section of the 'Allc- any County Infirmary last night, >ut was recaptured about an hour ater. • • • City Police said the lad, arrested asl week in a morals case, broke a bathroom window and fled, shoe- ess, into the nearby woods. Still hiding in the woods an hour ater, he was caught in a police loodlight and was picked up again —to spend the rest of the night in City Jail. , Retired Mcns' Club Planned By Y. M.;C. A. . R. Dehn. program secretary of Central Y.M.C.A., said plans are being made to form an organiza- iqn of retired men. •All retired men and all YMCA dormitory men are' welcome to attend a dinner in the Y Cominuni- y Room at 6 p. m. Thursday. Those interested should make reservations al the YMCA main desk not later than tomorrow. joists between the cellar and first floor. The cause of the fire apparently was the result of an overheated vent from'a hot water .tank, fire men reported. In the call yesterday evening firemen found a small piece ol wood smoldering .on the first flooi by the flue. Burkey sain that the store will be closed until further notice order that it may be remodeled and most of the business transactions will be taken care of al LaVale store. Yesterday's damage to the slor and appliances was covered by insurance, he added. Two false alarms were answere yesterday hy city firemen. Soult End went to the Cumberlanc Macaroni factory about 5 p. m when Box 61 was pulled. East 'Side reported to Oil's 'Bakery at 7 a. m. when Box 38 was pulled in the other lals alarm. [lealth Department Scls Clinics During Week Child health conferences are scheduled tomorrow in Cresaptown at 9:30 a. m., in Frostburg Thursday at 10 a. m., and at Flintstone Friday at'10 a. m. A seizure clinic will be held at City Hall here Thursday from 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. Piirly TonigliL A games party will be held at o'clock tonight by the Women of the Moose at the Moose Home. Second Baptist Program Opens; 'The annual fall evangelistic crusade of Second Baplisl Church Oldlown Road at Grand Avenue opened yesterday and will continue through Sunday. Services are being held every night at 8 o'clock with Bev. Roy Gresham, pastor "of Middle Hiver Baptist Church, Baltimore, a: evangelist. He is also president o. the Maryland Baptist Union Association. The song leader is Herman Mikell, also of the Baltimore church. •9 ' ... : •;:.., •:-../:•" . '..' ' .:".,.,.:, , :.. .. .---..k 1 WASH WITHOUT RINSE TUBS , . . right in your kitchen! WOMAN'S FRIEND Super Regent Wafer tnten tub — waihcs clothei Save 4 ways! TIME Faitsr waih and rinit 9-. A^ UP TO FOR YOUR OLD WASHER IN TRADE ON A NEW WOMEN'S FRIEND WASHER WATER u,« v, i,.. 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If this comes, to pass, the of Geneva conjured up by in its.whirlwind of magic-making over the past six months, will ' more and more like a useful ghost, ..ilh no more 'substance than Western world's wishful dreaming can give it.' •: Few incklenls could better serve as.a warning to.the .West than ecent confession of Soviet Forei, iinister Molotov-. that he : angerously, -in .interpreting tlie led" scriptures. This confession lone is a. tipoff that .the Soviet Jnion will offer what will look peclacular concessions at Geneva a bold bid to hasten the dis- ntegraliqn of .Western unity. Christopher Colivnbus disi. vered chocolate. He found West Indian natives brewing crushed .cocoa beans in a religious, ceremony. The Molotov Incident, corning eve of the four-power foreign ministers conference,.at. Geneva dramatically illuminates, the scope ot lh« posi-Stalln gamble and.spot lights the techniques. behind the smile' offensive.' It .is anotticr link in a chalri^of evidence. ! The confession, admitting Molo tov. underrated the.Soviet claim l< having achieved "socialism," told little. But an accompanying edi torial in the Red bible.'the mqnthlj Kommunist, told much.,It was this jilorial which accused Molotov. o" .jrgelting that, "in the. Centra Committee our party has a leading organ of a genuinely: collective nature which is leading the, party ind country'along the correct pall jnd which combines'firmness if internal and external affairs wit! great flexibility and.courage in de ling decisions of the. most com tasks .with Lenin-like wis lorn." ..'.-*' •• " , • ' . That paragraph. • of double-talk jntains the importanKkey. Molo tov's sin was not ideological a all. It means Mololov considered himself' infallible; in .'tlie Stalin manner, when" it came to foreign policy. 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