Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 26, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 26, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for i WANT AD t«k«r EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD H WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1955 THREE W |—— South End Fclc.—-i Mummers To March Saturday South Cumberland Busine'ss Men's Association will hold its an nual Halloween celebration and mummers parade Saturday eve ning on Virginia Avenue belwcei T irst and Fifth Streets. w The parade will be In. two sec lions. Division 1. forms on Mary Street and Division 2 on Potomac Street. , The parade will 7 p. m and proceed up Virginia Avenue past the judges stand at Secom Street and then to First Strec where it will disband. To participate In (lie distribution of the 150 cash prizes all mummers must, appear in (lie parade. Immediately following. the par ade the judges will select the win ners -in. the different age groups with the bulk of the cash prizes going to the. children. However there will be cash prizes for the adults as well. The talent show will take place in front of the Russler-Chadwick Building at 8 p. m, and this event will be followed by a cartoon movie for the kiddies at 9:30. Judges selected for the mum mers parade include Mrs. Lucile W. Roedcr, Miss Diane C. Wilson Miss Lula M. Blonskey, George E Davis and James G. Stevenson. Appearing in Ihe parade will be the National Guard drum ant bugle corps.and the color guard. William G. Umstot, long a worker on other Halloween cclcbra lions of the organization, will serve as general chairman of the celebration this year. Patrolmen Caught Wilh 'Hot Car' On Hands QUIiN'CV. 11. to — Patrolman Don Bodcn and Clarence Wear were caught with a hot car on their hands when the squad car they were 'driving caught tire. Firemen' of engine company No 2 put'out the fire and- fuilowcc them just in case. Sure enough, the car caugW lire again because of a short circuit in the wiring system and the fire lads. extinguished the blaze a second time. Kansas has 9,439 miles of railroad. FUNERAL FLOWERS •I Our Specialty Arthur Bopp 1621 Bedford St. PA 2-5414 I Looking with Luke IN THE YELLOW PAGES For nurserymen window shades * restaurant equipment. ' or any other product or service you need lor lha . homo or business! use .the YELLOW PAGES ol your Telephone Direolory as your buying guide. They save you time and trouble ...toll at a glance, "where to find it." THE CHESAPEAKE I POTOMAC TELEPHONE COMPANY OF lALTIMORE CUT Loiiaeoiiing Youth Asks For Immediate Hearing A 15-year-old. Lonaconing>. youth will stand- trial in Allegaiiy .County Circuit Court oh a charge of assault-with intent to rape an 18- year-pld Lonaconing girl. Edward • W. Clark .yesterday, waived indictment and filed a petition for immediate trial in Circuit Court.'on criminal information. Clark, who allegedly assaulted the 'girl'in the vicinity of Bcccli- \vood Street on her way home from work on October-13, was given-a preliminary-hearing in Trial Magistrate's Court and was sent to Allegany County Jail when he was unable to post $2,000 bond on the charge. Magistrate J. - Millon Dick set bond £fter Juvenile Court authorities waived jurisdiction in tho case. James b'. Getty, assistant state's attorney, staled the criminal information would be filed today in Circuit Court and that the State's Attorney's office will seek to have the trial set for Friday. .The assistant slate's attorney said the assault took place about 6:30 p. in. along a deserted street as the >girl .was walking to her home. The street was poorly Mght- cd and it wa'j raining at ihe lime, lie added. The .Clark 'boy, who was home Jim, on a four-day pass from the Jla: land Training School for Boys where he had been sentenced as a delinquent juvenile-three months previously, saw (lie girl and followed her, Getly said. The youth picked up a rock and svas about to slrike ihe^girl from behind when she turned and recognized him, Getty added. The boy grabbed (lie girl and struck her on the head three times with the rock, knocking her to the ground. However, her screams frightened her attacker away, Getty added. After the girl was taken to a KiwHiiiuijg TO Huur • ..... Goodyear Official The Cumberland Kiwanls Club will hear Arthur C. Jlorracks, head of the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company's educational program, at a luncheon tomorrow at Central YMCA. Three new members of the board of .directors, will be voted upon at the meeting. doctor and treated, her family called State Police, who arrested Clark and took.him to the dclen- quarters. at Allegany County Infirmary,. The girl was bedfast for a week with head injuries. Sunday night, Police said, Clark wrecked the interior of tlm detention room, 'broke a window and escaped,-clad only in a nightshirt. He was recaptured, cold and shivering, sometime later that night while hiding in nearby woods. . Police held him ovjrnight in City Jail and he was then Irons-' ferred to Allegany County Jail Monday. • ; India estimates there are a million cases of leprosy in the country. Embezzling Trial Continues BALTIMORE Wl-fho'bookkeep- ing melliods ot'ilrs. Naomi King- rose, who . fleeced'- the- -Federal Credit Union'.or $3115,000 by. her dexterity 'with a valc-uinllng ma- cliinc, wore -'criticized s c v e r'a 1 times by federal ."examiners. Tire goverimicnl.'broughl out (his fact yesterday us Federal Judge lioszcll C. -.Thompson continued trial of a suil of the credit union, which is composed of Social. Security Administration, employes here, against the government. 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