Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 1, 1955 · Page 3
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 3

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 1, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1955- THREE David Stone Receives High Scout Honor The God and Country Award of Scouting was - presented to David E. Stone, La Vale, last night in LaVale Methodist Church. The award, one of the highest and most difficult honors in Boy Scouting, was presented to the Eagle Scout by Rev. W. W. Patterson, pastor of the church that «-~ponsors Troop 10. To achieve this honor, David had to learn several passages from the Bible and explain them. He was required to name all of the books of the Bible and give a brief resume of what each book contains. He was also, to be eligible, required - to be a member of his church, attend Sunday School, church and Youth Fellowship regularly, and take an active part in all church programs and .activities. Rev. W. W. Patterson, pastor of the church, said he was pleased to present the emblem to. David because of the work he has done, the kind of life he lives, and the kind of example he has set in his religious .and everyday, community life. George K. Frick is' scoutmaster of Troop 10, which is sponsored by LaVale, Methodist Church, C. Merle Zembower and Robert Morelarid are assistant scoutmasters and Kenneth M. 'Stone, Dav. id's father, 'is explorer adviser. The troop committeemen are Edwin M. Cupler, chairman Closed-Circuit Television 'Keeps Eye' On Baby, Nabs Shoplifter, Aids Doctor By CHARLES MERCER NEW YORK tf>—What is it that watches the baby, catches shoplifters, helps the doctor, the preacher and the teacher, and even keeps an eye on the. gambling tables in a certain Reno establishment? Why, television, of course.' Closed-circuit television. "Rather quietly, with a word here and a hint there, the closed-circuit j TV age has suddenly descendedj upon us. What is closed-circuit | television? Don't bother with the technicalities. Just think of the TV camera as an extension of human visition, able to perceive and transmit to selected viewers miles away or in the next room scenes and information that cannot otherwise be readily seen. "This is the point," says'Johni jR. Howland. "If I can see in that' iother room it's going to save me; time or effort or money." ; Howland is general sales man-j ager of Dage Television Division, \ Thompson Products Inc., of.Michi-j gan City, Ind., a major producerj and .pioneer in closed-circuit TV.j A year ago there were about 100 such installations in the country. Today there are about 1,500. By the end of 1956 there will be 5,000, (example, about 4.500 students are says Howland. (being taught in part with the aid Department stores in certainjot the method, cities have installed cameras j In hospitals closed-circuit TV which keep an unobtrusive eye onikeeps a watchful eye 'on baby shoplifters. Banks are using tliejareas, narcotics cabinets, and even system to speed signature verifica-lback doors. It teaches operating ti'on and customer balances be-jtechniques to nurses who cannot tween drive-in tellers' offices and j crowd into a sterile operating centralized accounting divisions. |room. In certain hospital wings Churches are using it to televise!patients can be watched in case services to overflow crowds, thusjot a nurse shortage, doing away with the need for two I In a Reno gambling casino Sunday morning services. Closed-circuit TV is making enormous strides in higher educa- classes, in teaching operating techniques, and even to enlarge mic- •oscopically small objects in labor there's a camera installed in a chandelier to make sure that the proper money ends up in the pro- tion. It's used in lectures to huge per pockets. The Potomac Rail- atorv courses. At Penn State, for|numbers. road Yard in Alexandria, Va., saves thousands of dollars annually by using it to check boxcar MARY MURPHY CfJt.'rinj In "A MAN ALONE' * tiruiuc DICTUM nimtd in Goriwvi Tmcofer TWINS! George Louis Spoerl, treasurer; Harold! W. Green, outdoorsman; Thomas E. Gilchrist Jr., advance- man, and Floyd Cozad, secretary. OLD-FASHIONED REVIVAL CONTINUES AT *:' Full Gospel Assembly of God Church WINCHESTER ROAD, CRESAPTOWN, MD. SERVICE EVERY NITE 7:30 EXCEPT MONDAY - TUESDAY thru FRIDAY, REV. PAUL PUGH SAT. and SUNDAY, Evangelist Ruth (Recklcy) Cowgill EVERYBODY WELCOME .... • The New LIGHT LOAF • Th» Famoui DARK LOAF BOTH ARE Cal&ue Across the notion *Ca!orii Counttrs" hov* selected theje two special formula breads at their favorite. No", you too, can enjoy their unexcelled combination of nutritious specially blended ingredient). For a ne* taste thrill, try Hollywood Bread, today I FREE! "Hollywood Dirt and Colon? Guide" write Eleanor Day, Box 1077, Hollywood. 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