Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 4, 1955 · Page 8
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EIGHT' EVEM1JSU 1'1MJ&; CUAlttUKLANlV All*., FJUDAV, NOVEMBER 4, 1955 Man irceny Count Here A "-B&0 Railroad worker was sentenced yesterday to 30 days in County Jail on larceny. charge of petty Involved was copper wire valued at $35. William J. McCabe, 38, of 111 Offutt Street, pleaded guilty to the charge and elected to be tried before Magistrate Donald W. Ma- The charge was placed by B & 0 Police.Lt. R. E. Shroiit, who said McCabe took a roll of wire left by electricians last weekend at the Evitts Creek pumping station, where he works, burned off the insulation and sold it for $14 to a South End junk dealer. McCabe said he did nob* know "why he did it" except to "make a few extra dollars," and agreed to pay for the wire. Questioned about his past record, he admitted he served a term in a federal reformatory;while a youth for helping break into a boxcar in Piedmont, for some cigar'ets and cigars. ' It is the principle -and not the value which counts, Magistrate Mason said, adding; it'is "about the lowest thing you can do, stealing from your employer." v He imposed' a 30-day jail sentence, followed by *' two-year parole, and ordered McCabe to make restitution. . ' The magistrate .pointed out :that McCabe could, file an appeal within 10 days and be released, under f500 bond,, for action of the January term of :court. Sartorial Splendor FLAGSTAFF, Ariz.:—(£>— A bur" glar who escaped ;jvith $400 in cash and jewelry here apparently decided he was:, going to start his wardrobe anew. He left.behind a hat and a pair of shoes. /...' •'•••• Music Program Set For Rally The tri-slate Youth for Christ rally tomorrow at 8 p. m. at the Salvation Army Citadel will have Rev. Richard Meyers, pastor-of Calvary Baptist Church, Saltillo, Pa. He is a member of the Meyers family musical team of Saltillo, with his wife, Mrs. Gynith Meyers, arid their daughter, Louise. The musical team will present a program in the form of hymn medleys, consisting of a number of religious songs presented in a variety of instrumental and vocal combinations. They will play on the vibraharp, autoharp, musical cowbells, trombones, piano accordion, tuba and the piano. The> program will be in charge of Dwight I. Evans, Hyndman, director of the Youth For Christ unit. Work On Tunnel Nearly-Finished. •• • * '. A tunnel for the sewage treat- ment'plant which has been driven undersB&O tracks is nearing completion. Mayor Roy W. Eves said yesterday. • He ;said the channel was about three-fourths complete last week and that : steel liner plates were being^installed as. excavation continued. " ; ' : .' .-'"•• -The'tunnel will ;carry a 30 inch interceptor, -sewer to the plant being 7 built between Offutt Street and the Potomac River. Crews of the--.Meyer Brothers Company," contractor for the ?2,000',000 project, last week poured 44 yards -of .concrete for several structures. : ' The contractor has been taking advantage of favorable weather conditions to complete 1 the.founda : tions- of : structures on the plant site, so work can continue through the winter. Penetrating relief from pain of arthritis and rheumatism 1EW MENTHOIATUM W* X *-gets right to where it hurts! tJEEP HEAT. It's * new and different penetrating relief for arthritic pain and misery. And it's creaaeleas and ttaintess.' Jtutt maaaajr « Deep Heat Mentbolaturn Rub on' the sore •pot «s needed. In 30 seconds feel its Deep Heat bring relief. • Feel a warmth rifcht at the point ihat horta. Quickly "drawn muscle*" are relaxed. Soon nagging arthritic «iJMMMtir M«n(;hohtt«m Rnb includes the latent discoveries for relief ... a combination of active in- gredientn foe extra-deep stia penetrating power. Guaranteed bj s laboratory with 60 years' experience, yon most fed relief deep down—or Mentbolatum will refund purehafw price. ' ' • • • • - .. • ,Stttffy Lfcftd coanr-Use wiftdfar MenthoJatwn. Soothe nplit lip* •ith Mcnttntotm Stick PEOPLES SERVICE DRUG STORE .'• 74 BALTIMORE .ST. Dial PA-2-4600 for » WANT Ai> ICC Holds Truck Service Hearing WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST — Generally fair weather is predicted for tonight with precipitation limited to some rain in New England and. along the northern Pacific,, with snow .or •- snow flurries in the northern plateau,.the north• • ern>Rocicies : and the lower Great Lakes. Lower ' temperatures are. expected for'the Northwest. •" ''' '•• Bible Class Plans RaltyDay Event Duke Memorial Bible.Class will hold its annual Rally Day service at 9:45 a. m. Sunday in Central YMCA. Carol Brant, Donna Sue Rice and Helen Goff, members of the junior choir of Park Place Methodist Church will sing "Lift Thine Eyes" and "Nobody. Knows the Trouble I've Seen.". The class orchestra, led by Russell Paupe, will play., The. lesson will be taught by Charles Shaw and Howard Perrin. Prizes will be awarded to those Borrow Sensibly If ye* n*«d cnih for Fall •»• ptnin our'tcrvic* i< prcnipl, friindly and private Loans up to $300 Noti — furnitum — and Auto Loan* INDUSTRIAL LOAN SOCIETY, INC. No. 301 Liberty 'Trujf Bldl. PHONE PA 4-3100 who bring in new -members.. Tentative plans '• were, made lasl night, at an .executive board .meeting, to hold "the annual Dutch dinner December 9 at 6:15 p. m. in Central YMCA. Quarter Acre Of Woods Burned In Garrelt Area About a. fourth of an acre of woods on Power 'House Hill near Swallow .Falls in Garrett County was burned over in a fire several days ago, according to William H Johnson, district forester. Exhaust sparks from a logging tractor were blamed for setting the blaze. ... HEY, DOC! YOU'LL LIKE BUMPER BREAD! SUPER DELICIOUSLY GOOD CHILD Deserves the Finest !.. A WURLITZER Piano / Music pl»y« »n iroportmt ^toll in tv«ry child'* lik—it iii tymbolic of p»«h»lM«», ; joviality and MtiiitctiOB of ! accomplishment Modtrat* in eost—incom-l parabl* in tone, action and.j design—whin you provid* : your-family with a.new, Wurlitzer Pisno thty ar« enjoying th« finc*c>iB mu«-j ol'.instrument*.' . . Convenient Termi - iti. 13-17 Frederick S DIAL PA 4:2760 Seeks Beer License .Jesse E; Mellott yesterday filec an application with the .Allegariy ^ Board of Alcoholic' Beverages License-Commissioners for z jeer license in .premises' at 328 Virginia Avenue., The Interstate Commerce Commission conducted a second hear- ng in Washington yesterday into ic need for expanded truck ser- ice out. of Cumberland when the 34,000,000 Pittsburgh Plate,Glass Company plant is completed. The first session was conducted the ICC September 21 and thej hird and likely final hearing is' cheduled for December 6. A deci- ion is expected about, a month after the final session. Five of the six trucking firms re-j resented at the hearing Wednes-: day were requested by PPG to' apply for certification of routes iut of Cumberland. They would: arry general commodities into the- lew plant and take glass and glass : iroducts from the site. Chancy Transportation Companyj )f this city also is concerned with: he hearing as it has applied 1'orj expansion of its routes out of Cum- icrland. Earl D. Chancy, owner of he company, and Attorney. W. Darle _C.ob.ey represented the Jhaney interests at the hearing. Albert H.' Hargreaves, director" if the Industrial Promotion' De- lartment of the'- Cumberland Chamber of'Commerce, was called to testify before the ICC Wed-j nesday concerning a survey he! conducted of. trucking .service^ available out of Cumberland. Hargreaves' survey,showed, that only 14 trucking firms have tele- ihones in Cumberland although 36 are certified' by the ICC to serve his city. He •. contended that there s a need for certification'of- addi-i ional trucking lines because manyj if-those already certified no" longer i ;erve this area. '• • . John J. Robinson, vice, president and trust officer of'.the Lib-; erty Trust- Company, ; was" calledi upon-to testify concerning, the fin-i ancial condition : of the Chancy rransportation- Company. The-trucking firms which request ICC certification' for - routes. out of Cumberland are Mid States Truck- Ing Company 6f ; Chicago,-.- III!: Schreiber Trucking-. Company of ADVERTISEMENT , • .•'.'." i .. Meet the man who likes to makefolks happy It's. no wonder ED BURNS.",'; this t likable friendly manager has hundreds of good friends in this ; city and nearby towns. ''•••.' H« v is known, as ; the man who makes folks happy every-day by supplying . them -with -cash .loans from $50 to $1,000 for buying needs expenses/bills, or other purpose. He likes, to make "Get-Acquaint ed" loans of.$50 on.justyourname in a few-'minutes. Or. he will paj 'all"your bills,'or he-can-cut your car payments up to "50%.- : .When . you .hav«.<'any-. kind money 1 problem,--the. Aetna man ager r is the -man'to iee. You'will like , doing •'.• business - with.•- him Phone, or come ..in. Aetna'-.Finahce Co: ,'• 48 ;N.'( Centre" St". .,.; Phone PA' 4-5800.'-(Loan* over -$300; made under-Md^'-.Industrial finance: Act; VITAMIN B< 3^»r Eiira Energy VITAMIN B» §F«r Healthy Nerrea ZVITAIMIN D ETht Sin; Vitalli :i • '•"'• ; ' 1 CALCIUM Teetl» NIACIN For Healthy Ski* IRON For Re4 BJMi Drink 3 g(M«w« ol Milk . •v»ry day... 4 tor ehfcfrwi I IAKIDIYTHI IAKIRS Or AUNT FANNY'S INKICHID IRIAD THE COMMUNITY BAKING CO. Liberty's Potomac Farms HOMOGENIZED Milk Pittsburgh, Pa.; Trans American Trucking* Company of- Detroit, Mich.; Motor Cargo, Inc., of Akron, Ohio, and Blue Ridge Trucking Company of Virginia. If they are certified all would expected to establish ware houses' here and probably each would hire a few.local employes. 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