Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 25, 1955 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND,, Ml)., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a .WAN.T.AD Taktrg Street Barricade Gulches On Fire Central firemen last nlghl extinguished a'fire at a street barricade at the Intersection ot South Mechanic Street and Williams Street. The blaze apparently started when a smudge pot, used to warn traffic, .caught the wooden structure afire. Army Offers With Choice Of Specud Schools; Increase In Enlistments Recorded • • - ' ' . ......... , .!.,_ .1 rti , „! ur:nu«i 15 lli\li»nc 111 i\T KYdSt- of lllp Am Six area men have enlisted in the regular Army at I ho local recruiting station, according to M/Sgl. DcNc.il rhillips. • All enlisted for Ihrce years and five were assigned to specific branches or schools of their choice. Sgt. Phillips, who just returned from two weeks schooling and special recruit training at Mcade, said emphasis by the Army is now placed upon enlisting men In branches and .technical schools of their choice. As an example, he cited one of these latest enlistments. Charles W, Slallings, Avifett Avenue, who has completed two years college work in criminal law, intends _ to Fort follow a career in crime prevention ing in cartographic drafting at Fort Bclvoir, Va. . Ronald B. Shlrcllff, Montgomery Avenue, '. enlisted for the Signal Corps because of his interest in a career in communications and electronics. Paul E. Arnold, Bedford Itoad. and crlmenology. Ho enlisted for duly with 'the Military Police and after his basic training at Fort Jackson' is completed, he will be assigned to Military Police School and then to MP duly. Harry D. Hardin, LaVale, bas been studying drafting and ho en- * uu . »... ..... u .», — — "'". ------ ...... ~*.~ listed in the Corps of Engineers enlisted in an Armored Division for possibl and lias been accepted for' school- ""' training in mechanics. William P. Holmes HI of Frost burg enlisted in the Corps of En, „ ginccrs because ot his interest in Signal engineering and construction work. Robert E. nice, 515 Henderson Avenue, enlisted, unassigned,-and requested the Army to place him where he is. best suited.and ossible can learn a trade. Sgt. Phillips said the new policy of the Army, to train men interested and equipped for special fields, in has caused the percentage of enlistments to 1n o r • a s c, and the Army, generally, is now getting n higher percentage of high, grade ... recruits, especially men with some if college training.-.The: emphasis, he outlined, is being,-placed upon technical skills of every kind and Unitsiiiil Cache I'OllTSMOU'l'il, Va.- HI - Po'lldl investigated a man who went Intel a church quite often. They found! ha had stored.30 pints of illegal! whiskey under the altar. 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