Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 2, 1955 · Page 10
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TEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1955 Circuit Court Jury Finds That Local Nurses Both Drivers Were Negligent • A jury in Circuit Court yester day afternoon deliberated about 15 minutes before returning a verdicf tbat both drivers involved in a col lision on Baltimore Street last Feb ruary 1 were guilty of contributor} negligence. The verdict means that neither of wnu mc „„„„„ the parties in the counter suit can County Board of collect damages. Dr. Morton Wilner. 122 North Smallwood Street, through Attor- nex t May. William H. Geppert, first filed IA\,J »i *****»... --- —rr- • L T> ^araa iiuuiuuug £,00^ pciauna a $2,500 damage suit against Ray h t ft . namfis gre bei strick . ..H. _ 11 ri i»« «ns3 P11 r Tnnmr . . . " _ ,. Bruce Whorton and Kay Junior en from ^ n books fw fai , ure Whorton, of Flintstone. Dr Wilner vote , sjnce thc November 1950 was traveling west on Baltimore in ^ fee mafled out toda and was proceeding to make a left turn into South Mechanic Street when the accident occurred. He contended that the Whorton car traveling east on Baltimore Street was in the lane for right turn vehicles but continued straight through the intersection. Ray Bruce Whorton then filed a $500 counter claim for his own use and the use of the Indemnity Insuranse Company of North Am erica. Through his attorneys, William C. Walsh arid Milton Gerson he claimed that he was driving carefully and that Dr. Wilner was driving improperly. The counter claim stated that the Whorton car was damaged to the extent of §359.90 and that the insurance company paid all but $100 of the loss. James Kirkpatrick, this city, was foreman of the jury which decided both drivers were negligent. Chief Judge George Henderson presided at the jury trial. Some five witnesses were heard. Former Resident Held For Larceny . Earl H. Crawford, 34, a native of this area, will be tried tomorrow in Augusta County Circuit Court, Staunton, Va., on charge of grand larceny, according to Sheriff Rudolph Shaver of Staunton. .Crawford previously was convicted of grand larceny in Virginia and served time in the state penitentiary there. He also has a record of larceny convictions in Alle-: gany County: •The Belgians Have two official languages: Flemish and French. Many of the people are fluently bilingual. ; •-'.•• smell flower- No wick > No wail. > No wait ANOTHER DEPENDABLE COLGATE PRODUCT Can Re-register Voters whose names have been stricken from the. poll books and who are notified by the Allegany ction Supervisors by card must re-register in order to vote in the primary Cards informing persons be mailed out .today. The .election board also reminds Bounty voters that Monday, Novem- Der 7, is the deadline for changing political affiliation before next May 7 primary election. Attend Parley Attending the Maryland Stale Student Nurses Government Convention tomorrow and Friday in Baltimore will be 13 students from Memorial Hospital School of Nurs- ng. • ' * A feature of the convention will be a talent show in which the local group will be represented by the Misses Roxanna Naugh, Jane Bowman and Margaret Moulton. Students attending from the Memorial Student Government include Beverly Hoover, Piedmont, W. Va. president; Jo Ellen Buckel, Grantsville, vice-president; Miss Moulton, Cumberland, secretary; Barbara Haan, Frostburg, treasurer; Juanita McClintock, Frostburg; Dolores Harden, Frostburg;' Dorothea Wilson, Cumberland; Kay O'Brieh," Bedford, Pa.; Miss Haugh, Oldtown, and Miss Bow- County Board To Give Copies Of Public Laws The Allegany County Board of ' AFL)> "'*:' . . •_ -. Commissioners yesterday discuss- p -• m - at the Labor Temple on AFL Union To Meet Local 37-B, Operating Engineers Saturday at 8 ed the list of individuals, schools and county agencies which will receive free copies of the recodi- fied Public Local Laws of Allegany County. On motion of Commissioner C. N. Wilkinson, the .county board voted to give copies of the code to the high schools and college. Then, on Commissioner James Orr's motion, the commissioners also decided to provide, copies for the Cumberland papers. , South Liberty Street, according to Harry Hickle,' business agent. ADVERTISEMENT man, Grantsville. Accompanying the group as -advisers will be Mrs. Virginia Wright and Miss Martha Irby. Although mentally deficient people- may often be trained to-do many useful'things, no amount of training can make them more intelligent. Local Soldier Transferred Cpl. Joseph Patrick O'Donncll. son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. 0'- Donnell, 134 Hanover Street, has been transferred form Fort Meade to Camp Polk, La., where he is Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Takei taking part in Operation Sage- A camel can drink 25 gallons of brush maneuvers. . [water in half, an hour. :, ADVERTISEMENT New Floor Care Ends Waxing One of the difficult jobs of housekeeping is to wax linoleum and asphalt tile floors. Now thanke^to Glaxco, its no longer necessary to wax and scrub; just 'apply Glaxo about twice a year. It maintains a high lustre, non slip coating that seals.out dirt. Glaxo dries in' one hour and is water clear. Its cheaper than wax in the long run, besides saving a terrifc amount of work, plus truly a beautiful floor. ftOSENBAUM'S HOUSEWARE—FOURTH FLOOR MONEY '20 to '1000 FAST, one-day service. Loans made without endorsers. Up to 24 months to repay, DEPENDABLE SERVICE SINCE 1878 Loans made on signature, car or furniture. Life insurance on all HFC loans without Cash for the things el j. ra cos fc to you. Phone or stop in today. r>" need "* d want Loan, o6o« $300 made under the Industrial Finance Law OUSEHOLD FINANCE 12 South Centra St., S. E. Cor. Baltimore • 2nd Floor — Dial PA-2-5200 — Cumberland Loans Made W Residents of Nearby Towns ..' t REDUCING IS EASY! t* MV tfaBffc PlM to MAIL ORDERS SENT C.O.D. RAND'S cu •altimor* at C«ntr« Cumbarland - SHIRT Laundered -R-E-E IF WE RETURN ONE WITH A BUTTON MISSING SHIRTS ONLY 'CASH & CARRY FURNITURE > k COMPANY . Ring Th 46 BALTIMORE ST. CUMBERLAND, and Keyser W. Ya. Win This Bell Console Sewing Machine! the grand prize $19995 VALUE I THIS IS YOUR ENTRY COUPON • •«••••••«•••—••—•-•—••—•—•••—•—^—^•••" JWOLF FURNITURE COMPANY • 46 Baltimore St., Cumberland, Md. i I counted ( '.) bells inside the big bell. • ; •• • ' !MY NAME ...\. J MY ADDRESS PHONE [CITY ...:.. •;...STATEV. Factory Representative Will Be In Attendance You Can Pay More But You Can't Buy Better! OLF FURNITURE CO 4« •altimort St. Cumberland and Ktyttr, W. Va. Contest Rules Simply count the little bells inside the large bell, write the number you counted on the entry blank, fill in your name, phone number and address and mail or bring the entry blank to Wolf Furniture Co., 46 Baltimore St., Cumberland, Md., before midnight Saturday, November 5. Winners will be judged by correct or closest to the correct count and by neatness. In case of ties entry bearing the earliest postmark will be declared the winner. Decision of the judges will be final. No entries, will be returned. Employes and relatives of the Bell Sewing Machine Corp., and Wolf Furniture Company are not eligible for entry. Winner of the Grand Prize Will Be Announced In This Paper Next Week! MODEL 201 FULL SIZE BELL SEWING MACHINE • BEAUTIFUL WALNUT CABINET • SEWS FORWARD AND REVERSE • BUILT IN SEWLIGHT BELL SEWING MACHINES FEATURE .... 1. Lifetime Guarantee 2. Service and parts avail* able everywhere 3. 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