Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 3
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1955 THtfEE Recreation Program Set For Youth Of Cresaptown A recreation program will be formed today at 7:30 p. m. in Cresaptown School by Cresaptown area youths between the ages of 13 and 20 years. For some weeks a Community Council of Adults, representing some 20 Cresaptown area organizations, has been-studying the problem with the hope of working out a wholesome recreation program « r the youngsters. At tonight's meeting, the plan calls for the young people to form a Cresaptown Youth Council of 15 members. These young people will then meet and elect their officers and -committee chairmen. Just what form their program will take remains to be .decided. In order to assist them the Adult Council has arranged to have Lee Lehr, president of Frostburg's Teen Town; Patricia Clancy, president of the Cumberland Rec Club; and L. R. Dehn, program director of Cumberland's Central YMCA* speak tonight. Dehn and others have been actively assisting the Adult Council in this project. For Junk, Maybe PETERSBURG, Va. W) — No more will visitors to historic Blandford cemetery open the old iron gate which has stood guardian for more than a hundred years. That is, unless junk yards yield the gate which thieves stole. Honest Thieves HOUSTON, Tex. OB — The burglars who lifted $450 from a cafe here carefully rang up a "no'sale" on the cash register. Industrial Accident Board Overruled By Allegany County Circuit Court Jury The State Industrial Accident Commission was reversed by a jury yesterday in Allegany County Circuit Court in a compensation case. ,. As a "result the case brought originally by Frank E. Hilliker, claimant, .against the Cumberland Motor Sales, employer, and Public Service Mutual Insurance Company, insurer, will be remanded to the State Industrial Accident Commission. Hilliker, who had been employed by the Cumberland Motor Sales, contended that he was injured in the course of his employment in January 1952 when a car trunk lid fell' on his • back while he was cleaning the car. Simon F. Reilly, then a commissioner for the State Industrial Ac- cident, ruled that Hilliker did not file his claim for compensation within the ( time provided by the Workmen's Compensation Law. Hilliker then appealed- to Circuit Court. Although Hilliker was injured in January 1952 he did not file his claim for compensation until May 1954. Yesterday, the Circuit Court jury agreed that Hilliker's claim was not filed within the time prescribed by law. But the 12 jurors went a step further and decided that Hilliker did not file the claim within the proper time because his employer. Carl Billmyeir, told him he would file the claim for him. This amounted to an estoppel, the jury ruled. Billmyer denied making any such promise to Hilliker. Attorneys Edward J. Ryan and William L. Wilson represented Hilliker while Attorney \Villiam C. Walsh and his son, William Walsh, represented the employer and the insurer. « Belgian Ambassador lias Diplomatic Philosophy VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — & Baron Silvercruys. Belgian ambassador to the United States who first began serving his nation in Washington in 1919, explained why he seldom makes a speech. "My thought is that diplomats are like children," he said. "They should be seen and not heard." The huge Pentagon building contains 68,600 miles of telephone trunk lines. Men Of LaSalle Schedule Minstrel November 20-22 The Men of LaSalle minstrel, "All Aboard," will be presented in Carroll Hall November 20, 21 and 22 with a matinee performance slated the opening day. Edward Neus, director of the two-hour production, last night said a cast of 80 persons will take part. The minstrel will be in two scenes, the first being at a railroad station and the second scene aboard a luxury liner. 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