Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 27, 1955 · Page 6
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 6

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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EVENING; TtMliS,•. GUMB'KKUANJJ, ; MU.,' •TllUKSUAYy .OCTOBER .27,. ,1!>5&' Uiai for > 'AUj 'l EVENING : TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD.i, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 27,; (1955 SEVEN. Long-Lost. Gun .Found Through NcwsjMijie'r Ad -•'•: lipPKlNSVlij.E. Ky. (fc-Dr. J). '• H. :Erkllctiair pondered tor. two ..Vcars wliul (6. do -about gelling back liisivaluablc'old cap-and-ball ;. : pisloh which he had lost. • -Finally he ran an ad in the Kentucky New lira. V. /Within a few hours Mrs. Livy 'tcavell phoned to Say lier son had found the relic two years ago Koy Sentenced To Five Yew-sin Kef orn^ BALTIMORE tfi'—' I'Ktccn-ycar* old Clarence 'Moore today faced a sentence of five years in (lie reformatory for killing another boy who insisted on riding Ms new bicycle. . . The youth was sentenced yesterday by Judge Herman M; Moscr, who said "Probation at this time would be, and properly so, shock- ing to a large part ot the'commu- nity."' ./'• '.; ';'.."• - : ..' Dr. . Manfred S. Cuttmaclicr, Youth Court'-.psychiatrist, 'said earlier the boy. appeared. to experience real remorse and might profit if put on probation under careful supervision.' ' ' In denying probation Judge Moser declared, "There have been too many acts of 1 violence by the young and immature. Far too many, instances of' lack of self- control on the part of youth's have led to killings." ... . The victim, -Hugh Vasqucz. 14, a Negro who had been abandoned by his parents and -lived in the Moore neighborhood' with a while family,' had admired 'llooi'c's new bicycle and wanted very much to ride-it.' " ' ' • ' , ' : Moore, who had'.lost two bikes lir thieves; wouldn't .let the -new one out ol his. hands: • . ;•• . .On Aug. 3, young : V asquez jumped .on the .'bike and started ojr. Moore's\vung at'hinv>lth a. tiro implement frorii a tool' kit, 'and Vasqucz died of a stab', \vdund. ' There was iio hint in the'court proceedings of any racial, difference involved. Young Vasquez reg- ularly played the white the''block,' „... . •Although many'textile mills have•moved,-to the South,. New : England still has 170,000 workers in its mills. - ' .' ', " ' ." -, '.''The!population 1 .of the world-in-, creases about 100,000 a day,-; says the United'Nations'Food and Agrk culture Organization. Miigiielie Poles . . • the 'magnetic north, pole is on Boothia Peninsula, northern Canada; the magnetic south pole Is on the Antarctic plateau west of Ross Sea. ' : •'".-' : •',...'' : About'a halt million tons of sill ; day is washed into Lake Mead behind.Hoover'Dam. Manila* Lite Full y;, ;; ; Of ComnHeiUioiis : ., :.', , . ' ' ' . " ' •:': • . LOGANSPORT. liid. Gray, who lives ii: .Jefferson T ship has a few'coiApllcatibns'.v • ' He works in Loganspp'rl, i has' a telephone on the .' Burrows., exchange, gels his" cleclriclty from Delphi and his mail from .Burnetts-: ville; .-.".• ' , ; - •,-.••' '';- : . He 'shops' in Lake Cicott. and; Logansport.. •-•• •".-, - :>•••-. •••.. 'Men !0f i Area ' ' ' '• ;• •'•.•)---" •.,-;. .•.•••' •--.- -. .-..'. ,,'A; (lihnc.r will be • : .6 p. : m; today' at'.Ccnlrai YMCA for retired mcn.^A movie',' "A Day. in Courli". will be ;Shown.' : ;'.:••" • ; ; H is .jUonncd to organize a retired men's group •'. at '-the' dinner. .YMCA -dormiloryV residents ; 'will also k attend. 1 . '•' •'"."" MRec^eldletyyMr^ \Soine 400 employed qt ihc Keliy- SBrlngfleld" Tire CoinpaiijT will be 'awarded unemployment pay during; 'a' week's shutdown 'lii .August, itn-' dcr a'.'rujing. of the State Employ; mcnt. Security. Board.' .,,., ;- • / The decision on the appeal, filed by', Local ..26,;. Rubber. -Workers Union ''of 'America -.(CIO),-,for Dew-'. ey] Smith,.. RD 2, and the other 490 involved, was received yester' day by Janics .Slelrii president of the Keliy local. 1 '.. ; ;'.-;;*. . .". ,'.'< • ; ,.The ; local ;tire .plant.'was .shut, down'the week\pf. August 29 to September 7 and the company wanted the time to count as a week of vacation,"he'said,. ." " . ,' .Citing the contract,'the. union appealed for the some 490 workers who had 'asked for vacations at time's different from the shutdown. •.:•; ''';£„.,• .".- '' ..-. ' ••„ •' 'The -claimants,:-'according-. to : a decision handed down by,. the board, were involuntarily unemployed during the week and should be paid benefits. - ' .". -,'.:.' -The . principal, issue,. the board said, .was whether or not'the claimants who declined , to clfange their vacation-periods to the week o( the shutdown were "unemployed" during the period. '"' •: • ;; The contract. H added, .allows workers to schedule vacations according to seniority preference and production reciuircmenls. ; • . .The board pointed 'out the company may file an appeal oii the decision Up to November )3. . '•< William L. Wilson Jr. represent- ed Local 26 and W. Earlo Cobey the cbmpany.'r • ;• ; . The'unemployment awards, the: union said, will exceed $15,000. .Strawberries picked from, the garden arc popular Christmas fare in Bermuda. A beaver can fell half a dozen young fruit trees in a, night. Olympic Money liaised, - The Cumberland Junior Association of .Commerce will ' solicit funds at the Allegany-LaSalle football game Friday night- at Fort Ilili Stadium for the benefit of the Olympic fund. More than $115 was raised at last Friday night's game. Didc Ciirni'gic Group •• f Bets Meeting Tonigjil 'The Allcgany Chapter of. Dale Carnegie Club international will meet today at 7:30 p. m., at Central YMCA, '•<• John Vockc, president, urges all members, to attend. ' . - ' Israel's [arm population has increased from 111,000 in 1948 to 346,000. WOLF'S BOUGHT A COMPLETE STORE FULL OF BARGAINS..y .\ NOf Wf mSSjK* THE BIGGEST fDRNJTUR! SURPRISE IN YEARS M. Poet & Son%" The Complete Sick of tliis Fine Store NOW on Sale at Wolf . ; "" . ° :•;/.".;•_. ••;•;' /; ... . .-. ,;; f. /...;._^.__/J.\il_ ^___ i ^_^^^^^^ - ^^^^_^_^ M ,^_^^^ - ^__ < , MM ,^^^^ FURNITURE, RUGS, BEDDING, APPLIANCES! SELECT THE BIGGEST BARGAINS FROM THE STOCK OF TWO GREAT STORES EVERYTHING MUST BE SO -.:.-. Sorry, but due to the low prices w& "•. • cannot accept phone or mail orders. Come In! Only a few items .listed!. Hundreds to choose from!, DRAPERY DEPT. VALUES! ••• ••: Thrifty FELT BASE Heavy Rubber FOOT MATS . Link Type COMFORTER and 3 WOOLY BLANKETS OPEN A CREDIT ACCOUNT! WOLF'S NYLON CURTAINS 3 PIECE BED OUTFIT ^59.00 Volue . .-i Metal Bed, Springs ond Mottreis SOFA BED COVERS • EXTRA SALESMEN TO HtlP YOU ALUMTEX IRONING BOARD PAD AND COVER Double Door Metal Wardrobe 9x12 PAD]-; With Any 9x12 Rug; Priced from $59.95' LOOK FOR THE BIG SALE PRICE 'TAGS'.'' ,'O CREDIT ACCOUNTS OPENED AT ONCE We are both pleased and flattered that Mr. Poet selected the Wolf , Furniture Co. to dispose of all his stock. Because both these'fine stores conducted business in the same fair, honest manner for so many years it is your assurance of the biggest, most honest savings you have ever seen! Come see the bargains at Wolf's right NOW! HURRY! « LIMITED QUANTIH SOME ONE OF A Hoavy-Tlilrsly • • T-Towels, ,12' or S1 REGULAR $39.00 00 Mahogany BOOKCASE MAHOGANY LAMP TABLE S-KV95 SECRETARY DESK 3 Shelves & Drawers 539 Value SIMMON'S BEAUTYREST ASSORTMENT OF REGULAR $89.95 CONTOUR CHAIRS Cumberland and Keyser, W. Va. MIRRORS TABLE AND EVEN HALF SWEEPER LMPS REGULAR $44.95 $ O ft 95 Extra Large, Oval,AVeave Clothes Basket ALL, SIZES complete with storage chest ODD DESK CHAIRS *i.oo QUALITY MAKE LIVING ROOM SUITES NOW REGULAR, $239.00 2-pc. Velour SUITE SAW Mople 7*95 Reg. $69.50 Firmrjte 00 WOLF'S INVITE YOU TO OPEN A CREDIT ACCOUNT! ENJOY UNDERSTANDING CREDIT !!!! 5 PIECE BREAKFAST SETS Double .dresser, cncsl and .hooltcase bed. dresser, panel bed and jumbo chesl. $329.00 2-pc. Mohair Frieze Suite SECTIONAL 2-pc. Modern Genuine modern styling, with bookcase bed. . chest, a n d dresser.. Reg 69.75 Englander 38" dresser, chest on chest, bookcase bed. ;;.{,-''. V Cumberland and Ktynr, W. Va. ,

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