Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 26, 1955 · Page 9
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 9

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 26, 1955
Page 9
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Dial l'A-2-iGOO for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD* WEDNESDAY, OCTQBER 26, 1955 NINE Law Enforcement 'Interference 'Hit TOWSON, Mil. in — Michael J. Birmingham, president of the Ballimore C o u n I y commissioners, says Gov. JlcKeldin and Baltimore police officials are "headline seekers" who are "interfering with and prejudicing law enforcement" in the comity, i. The blistering statement'from prominent Democrat came as case. Police still haven't found the $750 to $1,000 lie was said to be carrying. The raid set off a storm of angry statements between county authorities and the Stale and city police. Col. Elmer F. Munshowcr, State Police superintendent said after the raid thai McKeldin had given the go-ahead signal for 11. City Pollys latest, vcpcreussion in an inter- lice Commissioner .lames M.Hcp- m'itlcnl cannonade of charges and brun followed with a remark that ..... he ' counter charges that lias rdmbling since Sept. 28. been . . "That was the date thai State and ™arby counties. IBJiltimore City police chose to make a gambling raid at Turner believed much of Baltimore's numbers business had moved into Hamilton n. Atkinson, county police chief, had some strong words Station, in Baltimore County. They for what he called hints that gam- d\dn't tell county police. blin S law enforcement was lax in {Among the suspects arrested at h ! s territory, what police termed a six-miliioii-l After Adams' murder, Rcpubli- dollar-a-ycar lottery operation wasj<-' an McKcldin, who appointed both John 1. Adams. Adams was bo-]Munshower and Hepbron, said lived to be the key man amongjStalo and city police should help seven Negroes arrested - I 1 ' 10 comity clean up what he 'Out on bail, lie rtisappcarcd-tormod "the present unsavory sit- Thursday, Del. J3. His beatcnjuation which exists there." He al- trnsscd body was found in a field-so called for solution ot the Adams' oft U. S. 40 east of Baltimore two murder "beyond all doubt." days later. He had been tortured, tliea strangled, police said. Since then, two men and a woman have been charged in the rHOME LOANS- We specialize in First Mortgage Home Loans ; to Build, Buy, Remodel or Refinance. Ask about our Loan Services! WESTERN MARYLAND Building & Loan Ass'n. 60 Pershing Sr. County authorities immediately responded that they had solved the murder beyond all doubt. They pointedly thanked the State and city officers for their kind attention, but said they were doing quite well on their own. Birmingham came into Ihe fray yesterday with the statement that McKeldin's administration had vio- 'laled the principle of permitting "Goth defendant and state to pfe- ; sent their case to court or jury without any outside influence or interference." Birmingham's statement was not signed by the other two county commissioners. — A new ttl Reportedly Called iel ore Inquiry Hoard WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST—Precipitation tonight will be limited to showers on the Washington and Oregon coasts and showers or snow showers throughout Montana and Wyoming. It will be warmer in the eastern half of the nation; cooler in the northwest and along the California coast. (AP Photofax) Whale Business Increases LA JOLLA, Calif (INS)—If theimeat is being used more and more truth were known, the whale wouldi'hese. days in the manufacture of General Has Perfect Score In Diplomacy FRESH FROZEN SHRIMP 49c ,„. ASP KRAUT 8 ^ 1.00 Ann Page RED KIDNEY BEANS 9 16-oz. $| ft A cons !«"" Utopia? ALBUQUERQUE (R subdivision has: Mem'ory I^ne! Nature" Bo"' Drive! ^ , ve 7eTnmvn7!he'wh a lewou'id!ihese"da7s'TnTh7 manifadureTfj R1C ™°™' Va ' ~ W ~ Gen ' Sky Limit lioad. Green Carpel; .... M r, 'dog food. Mark \\. Clark made a perfect Itoad. Green Shadows and Heather ProDaDly De more ..ougni aner H e also said that not only dogs score in diplomacy on a visit here. Heights Lane. One of the .'irst; than a man who could present like an occasiona i nip o[ whale T j lc ret ired military hero now homes is at the corner of Eas television without commercials. | meat . but that-every year morej Dre5 j dent ot Thc cit'adel in South At least that's the opinion 01 ur.; lban ,| lrce mWm barrels o[ whale c arolina was askcd b a rcporter Raymond M. Gilmorc of thc U. S : ! oi ; go into the manufacture of Eu-l wl]ich sc ' hool rca]ly ranked as the Kvest Point of the South—The Cita- or Virginia Military Institute. istrcet and Sky Limit Road. Spiced LUNCH MEAT a-1.00 Jane Parker Sugared or Plain DONUTS 2 £°,2 39c EDGEWOOD, Md. Hi — Tlie Balmore Evening Sun has reported mt Pvl. Robert W. Ledcen, 27, Ph. D. in chemistry from Chiago, has been'called before a se•et board of inquiry at the Army hcmical Center here, the Chemical Center refused to omment, explaining that orders onvening all such boards arc sere! and (lie specifications or lafgcs are for official use only. No comment was forthcoming, ther, from 1. Duke Avnet, Haiti- ore attorney who represents edeen. The Evening Sun said the sped- cations were that Ledeen: 1. Invoked the Fifth Amendment the Constitution and refused toi nswer Army questions about what ganizalions he had belonged to s a civilian. Man Is A i'nri'.nt . ;•/; SCllULlOiNBUHG, Tex. to - A" mini was elected president of th*o-» 1'arcnl Teacher Assn. hero for'tlio" first lime In its history. He Is Hcv. California at Berkeley and a Ph.D.,William C. Anderson from Oregon Slate College. p Since coming to Hie Chemical!* Center May ], I9IM. he has bcei\!| given a "non-sensitive" assign-! ment with the special services of-|| (ice. which lines up athletic con-' tests, puts on dances and arranges:! other entertainment and recreation-! for post personnel. House ilhikcs Him Lale INDIANAPOLIS i* - Homer. Mitchell was Intc fo; work. A four room house being moved blocked hi driveway. Uranium is '2 1 ,? times as heavyj| as slecl. E$5.00 Funeral! Baskets at PAUL'S FLOWER SHOP • HOME GROWN FLOWERS Phone PA 2-0033 2. Listed as a character refer-Ill rice-a leacher fell to have com-jjj unistic tendencies. |~ The papijr indicated the purpose!3 the hearing is to determine itA edeen should be'given an other-!§ :an-honorable discharge when his g ra years of obligatory militar ervice end next Feb. 10. Ledeen, 'a native of .Denve olds ,a BS from the University YOU CAN GET A LOAN Hallowe'en Party Supplies — and — Greeting Cards Post Card Shop 25 N. 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The fish and wildlife expert also believes maybe present day "Elsie Robinsons'" could take some advice from the enormous mammals. He says they always travel in threesomes—including two males and a female. The only real trouble* with becoming friendly with whales is they are hard to catch. In fact, as any whale-hunter will testify, more than one boat has been sent to the ocean bottom when rammed by one of the creatures who weigh 100 tons and stretch out to 100-feet in length. FREE • Four Rtgiitertd Phormociftl • All Prescriptions Tripl* u is V Checktd Walsh & McCagh PHARMACY 101 Nt Centre St. Maryland' t Leading Prticription Star* Do-It-Yourgelf Divers CORPUS CHTflSTI, Tex. U) Drahn Jones, city public works director, and Henry Lewis, street superintendent, turned skin divers to inspect underwater sections of a pier. A professional diver would have charged $35 an hour and they said the city didn't have that kind ot folding money to lay out. 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