Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 3, 1955 · Page 7
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., THURSDAYS NOVEMBER 3, 1955 SEVEN Local Engineer Makes Final Run On Division Benjamin Sanford Brake, Oldtown Road, has retired from the B&O Railroad after completing his last run as a locomotive engineer on Monday on the run from Grafton to Cumberland. Brake lives about two miles beyond the city limits, and has resided there for years. His only son, William Russell Brake, lives just across the road. A daughter, his only other child, resides in Baltimore. She is Eleanor Marie (Brake) McDonald, the mother of Brake's two grandchildren. Quiet and unassuming to a point of shyness, this railroad man who started his career, with the 3&0 in 1907 and became an engineer December 31, 1910, has piloted every type of locomotive on the system. He has always worked , on the local division. "The trains " are better in every way today, when compajed with some of the ituff we used to move almost 50 years ago," Brake commented. Fellow workers presented Brake with an easy chair. He said he expects to do .some resting but will also have more time to devote to hunting and fishing. Edging MOBILE; complaints Them OH Ala. -4M— A flood of about early morning crowing by roosters brought this Solomonic action by the City Commission: •Residents Chickens within the city limits but henceforth may keep must hens. limit the flocks strictly to Juice, Sugar, Oxygen Good For Hangover MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — (INS) — ot a hangover? Try juice, sugar and oxygen. That's the advice of Dr. Maurice Pruitt, Chattanooga, Tenn., who spoke at the sixth annual National States' Conference on Alcoholism. He also advises that you can take a drug named eiiporphin by. injections to .be free of the desire to drink for a year. Here is his hangover advice: Take a cocktail made of the juice of half a lemon or one orange, one eighth teaspoon o£ salt, two tea spoons of brown sugar and enough ice water to make eight ounces. A couple of jiggers of this, he adds, and you are sober in 30 minutes. Ancient County Jail Turned Into Museum WISCASSET, Maine Mi — Mass- By Alert Sheriff ive, granife-walled Lincoln County By Jimmy Hatlo They'll Do It Every Time jtURCUS.' TW4MKS TOR A 6fW«D WEEK/ J?EMEMBER,NOW\8UDW- WHEN VOU COME TO THE CITY WEVE <XKA SUEST ROOM MTU 4KDVH6ET4BLBS VtXJ'RE GIVIMS US TO TElEMOOCHLEySSPCHT THEIR V4CATIOM (4ND DOhTTLEr.ELMXWD ME RKIPROC4TE JU JUST NEVER DOWMONTHEF4RMOF THEIR OLD FRIENDS THE MS SILOS _ .«•_ 7 WD WILL WE SHOW KX) HI, FOLKS- WELL, UKE LAFAYETTE SE2-H5H-HEM WE'RE HE SOTHEMSSILOS iETURMED THE VISIT 4HD GOT A RECEPTION LIKE B4TSIM 4 GUESS YOU'RE VERyAMXIOiJSTO SEE >t?OR SISTER UPST4TE you, BUT WE'RE susy , WEDMESM/ WESO'HMVFOR THE WEEK END.. wie FACTORY. -.CUM*. KtKG FEATVEES SYKPICATE. !»«. «roKU EICtfTS TtgSCENE! B&O States It Met With f ' Law In Firing Engineers 'Prowler' Captured Jail, full of years but long empty of prisoners, has been converted from cooler to cultural shrine. The Lincoln County Cultural and Historical Assn. obtained the 1809 pokey for $1 by consent of this it up as a museum and repository of local historical material. It's ben more than 30 years since the- jail was used for prisoners except as an occasional overnight lockup. WAUKEGAN, 111. UP) - Deputy Sheriff Donald Gelling grabbed his gun and keys and hurried to the courthouse. Someone said he saw another someone inside the Lake County Courthouse on a holidaj year's State Legislature, and fitted and Gelling was determined to get that so-and-so prowler or else — Inside he found. State's Attorney Robert C. Nelson, who said he thought it.would have been a good day to catch up on his work undisturbed. Has Money Problem LOS ANGELES-t^Pl-The of America branch on East First Street got a letter from" a customer: ''Please send me a savings account book. I destroyed the one I had as I did not want to carry so much stuff in my handbag while traveling." Detroit Police Check Bank Overdue Traffic Tickets Indiana statisticians report that a .cow which produces 4,000 pounds of milk a ye^ar nets S43 above feed costs in a year; one which produces 6.000 pounds. S120 and ?199 at the 9.000-pound level. DETROIT W — If you ever were given- a traffic ticket in Detroit maybe you forgot about it bul police: haven't forgotten. A special force of 27 officers is In the caSe of two Cumberland engineers who have sued the B&O Railroad Company for one million dollars, the railroad said it has complied strictly with provisions of the Railway Labor Act. The suit was filed in Federal ;ourt in Baltimore by Jack W. Welman and Walter H. Schaver. who finally lost their jobs yesterday after fighting dismissal for more than three years. The railroad said it had no choice but to fire them. The dispute arose over provisions of the Union Shop Amendment which Congress wrote into the Railway Labor Act in 1951. The BiO in the same year entered into a union shop agreement with the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers. Under its terms, engineers working on the railroad must be members of the brotherhood. Welman and Schaver were members until August of 1952, when they withdrew and joined the rival United Railroad Operating Crafts. Contending they still were eligible for. jobs under the law. they obtained a temporary injunction against dismissal .and continued working while the question moved through administrative and court hearings. They finally lost this effort last permanently assigned to locate and month. In the meantime they had arrest more than 50,000 persons onjapplied *»• wmsfahnmt in th* The B&O said: "Throughout this long proceeding, the railroad has acted in strict compliance with the union shop agreement. "The contentions which plain Local Student Nurse* At Baltimore Meeting A group of 13 local student nurses are attending the convention of Maryland State Student Nurses povernment today and tomorrow in Baltimore. ••'< > Officers of the Memorial .Hospital Student Government Association, Miss Beverly Hoover, Piedmont; Miss Barbara Haan, Frost- tiffs make in this suit for damagesi bur l- . and Miss Margaret .Moulton. are identical with the contentions Cumberland, are attending. which they made in prior litiga- • tion. "In the former suit they sought; an injunction to protect their right : to work. Now they have abandoned^ eir right to work and merely! eek damages. j "So far as the railroad is con-j erned. the application by plain-! :fs for reinstatement (in the I nion) was made too late to have ny effect under" the union shop- greement." ' for reinstatment in the a list of . delinquent traffic and city ordinance violators. The farmer is paid three cents for enough wheat to make a 21- jcent loaf of bread. Engi Jaw Brotherhood of Locomotive neers but were rejected. Welman and • Schaver contend they lost their jobs because of a conspiracy between the railroad and the union. Here tomorrow and ready to roll!. The hot one's even hotter! THE '56 CHEVROLET 8EI AIR SPOUT SEDAN-obevt U a beautiful «xai«pl« of Chevrolet's bigger, bolder look, four doors and no sidepoili in Ihii one—did YOU notice? the '56 Chevrolet Perjormarut Out putt vow tofety first! New models-all with bold new Motoramic Styling. More models-including two new 4-door hardtops and two new 9-pdssenger station wagons. New excitement under the hood-up 'to 205 horsepower and 925 to 1 compression ratio. This-remember-is the car that broke the Pikes Peak record in a history-making, preproduction trial. Come on in? look it over and try it out! They're sitting in our showroom right now champing at the bit. For these '56 Chevrolets were born with an urge to go places! But look 'em over first. Look at that bigger, wider, more massive grille. Follow that lower speedline of chrome back to those sassy, high-set tail-' lights (the one on the left swings down to uncover the gas cap!). VS or 6—19 Models in 3 Series Any kind'of model anyone could want! Your choice of the new "Blue-Flame" 6 with MO h.p. and new higher compression or Chevrolet's record-breaking V8 power ranging up to a new high of 205 h.p. and 9/25 to 1 compression ratio! Automatic, and comfort and safety features? If Chevrolet doesn't offer them, it's only because they haven't been invented yet. Come in and drive the '56 Chevrolet! 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