Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 7, 1955 · Page 2
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TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker; Baltimorean Shoots Wife Lad Puts "Food On The Table" BALTIMORE (ff) — Noali Thomas Shifflett, 40, charged with hitting his estranged wife with ? pointblank shotgun blast last Saturday, was due a hearing in Eastern District Court today. Shifflett, arrested yesterday at the home of a friend, was the object of a city-wide search for several hours after the shooting on a sidewalk near the wife's home. He was charged with shooting Mrs. .Ruby Shifflett, 33-year-old mother- of four, with intent to kill, wounding a 7-year-old bystander with a stray shotgun pellet, possession of a deadly weapon and unlawfully discharging a firearm. Police said they would ask for postponement of the hearing until Mrs. Shifflett is able to attend. She was reported in "fair" condition at City Hospitals. She was shot in .the abdomen by the shotgun charge. Officers said Shifflett led them to a field where a single-barreled .12-gauge shotgun was recovered. He also turned over three unfired shells. Shifflett is accused of breaking Into -his wife's home Saturday night. He is alleged to have chased Mrs. Shifflett down the street before he caught iip with her and fired the shot. Donna Smith, 7, was injured by a stray pellet which grazed her right ankle. Police said Mrs. Shifflett -told .them her husband had been to the house shortly before the shooting • and threatened to kill her if she did 'not take him back. GM Probe To Open .WASHINGTON — (INS) — The Seriate Anti-Trust Subcommittee hopes to learn in hearings opening tomorrow how and why General -Motors has grown to the world's ' largest manufacturing company. In Borneo, diamonds often are panned out of the sand in stream beds like gold. IF EVERYTHING YOU EAT TURNS TO GAS • You don't have to suffer from uas pains and-heartburn due to acid indtaUon after every nieall Thousands have found relief through the effective itomachic Ionic action of Dr. Pkrce's Golden. Medical Discovery, taken regularly. No more BUS. heartburn, bloatinsl Get Dr. Pierce'5 Golden Medical Discovery, liquid or tablcta, at yourdrusrift. Advertisement U. S. Canadian U.S., Mexican Jumpers ir-fc T 11 ••'.•-.. . . I Tied In New York Show Peace Lauded By Brownell TORONTO, Canada UPi — U. S. .Ally. Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr. jsaid today the world, in seeking peace, might well examine the history of Canadian-U. *S. relations. In an address* prepared for the Canadian Club of Toronto, Brownell said that over the years there have been many areas for potential conflict between the two neighbors. Yet, .Brownell said, "these countries have repeatedly resorted to arbitration and other peaceful •means for joint solutions." The American Cabinet member ontinued: "Our independence, territorial ntegrity or security are never the ubject of threat or invasion by ither of us. Neither country has o rattle the sabre or bring up roops and guns to the border, or make any other show of coercion iy force or power at any time. "The relationships between Can- .da and the United States are evi- lence that international law can ucceed without sacrifice of free- om, honor or national sovereign- y." Two-year-old Lee Gardner provides table service for. his father's, pony, Pop Corn, at Madison'Square Garden, New York, where International Horse Show'is being conducted. Lee is from 'Washington. D. C. [ _(AP Phototax) Chemical Corps Will Develop New Weapons, Brucker Says lunt For Missing WASHINGTON • W) — The Army has ordered its chemical corps to develop new germ, gas and radiological weapons, and the defenses j against them, "to the fullest ex-j tent the human mind can encom- 1 pass.". Secretary of the Army Brucker announced this broadened mission for the corps yesterday in directing a reorganization along lines recommended by a special committee, of civilian scientists. The 'committee said the corps should stress research and "uninhibited speculation" on bow to convert new ideas into methods of subduing an efiemy without necessarily killing people and without destroying property the victor might want to save. In other developments in the defense picture yesterday, Secretary of the Air Force Quarles expressed confidence that America, with its present '.rate of increase, in- air power, .is maintaining superiority over .Russia. Quarles told NBC-TV-radio interviewers "we must take very seriously the challenge" of Soviet air might. Reuben B. Robertson Jr., deputy secretary of defense, predicted on another "TV program that defense spending in the fiscal year beginning next July 1 is "going to be about the same," if not a little higher" than the 34Vz billion dollars estimated for this year. He spoke on a TV program filmed for two New York state stations — WHAM-TV, Rochester; .WBEN-TV, Buffalo. EAST MEADOW, N. Y. (INS') — Nassau County police were con- inuing today their search for a wo-year-old boy who has been lost iince last Monday. Stephen Damman, who will be Jiree in December, .was last seen outside a food market where he vas left watching his 7-months-old sister while his mother picked up Toceries. Detectives have made some 2,500 door-to-door calls on East Meadow residents in the hope of turning up some evidence as to the whereabouts of the blond, blue-eyed boy, vho is believed to have been kid- naped. .-,.'". Bandits robbed two waiters as they walked out, of a night club. For a change they held their hands up. not out. . . No Down Paymenf/Wfh An "LB" Charge Account ON TH/S EXCLUSIVE WASHER This is a REAL value. All the famous Dexter quality features that assure perfect performance for years and the cleanest clothes you've ever seen. And, during this special sate, you can buy it at a substantial saving. The Dexter Blue Streak does big family washings quickly — easily — beautifully. It's a sensational performer. Don't wait — our stock is limited. Regular ..... $189.95 Your Trade-in . , 40.00 hild Continued NEW YORK W--The National Horse Show's international jumping competition has developed into a race between the United States and Mexico—two countries that were, to put it mildly, hard up. With two of "the finai three ^in- Lernational jumps on today's program, the Americans and Mexicans were all tied with four triumphs each. Before the show, it was agreed generally that the American didn't have the horses and the Mexicans lacked riders. U.S. Capt. Billy Steinkraus left his own ace, Knight Owl, in Westport, Conn., for a rest; and Nautical, the top performer on the Yank team, pulled up lame at Harrisburg less than two weeks ago. Gen. Humberto Mariles and, his Mexicans were in .an even worse predicament. They were involved in an' automobile crash just before the Harrisburg show and two of his riders were injured badly, enough that he had to send them back to Mexico and put m a 'hurry call for his'- sister-in-law, Eva Valdez, to fill in. . ' Steinkraus pulled the "United States into a tie with the Mexicans last night in Madison Square Garen when he rode Saxon Woods victory after a . jump-off with vo members of the Irish team Mariles won the other 'interna. onal test oh Chihuahua II. The mericans were shut out in this IB. Riviera Wonder is the open jump- r champion to the chagrin o veryone but his owner, Bernie lann of Port Washington, N.Y The 'hunter title,' however, stil s up in-the air. Chappaqua, ownec y Mr. and-Mrs. Henry D. Paxon E Holicong, Pa., and'Mrs. Smith's azz Session, are deadlocked for lead, each with 14 points. Sultan Ready To Come Back PARIS iff)—Foreign Minister An- oine Pinay said today newly re- tored Sultan Sidi Mohammed Ben Youssef will-be back in the capital f Morocco by Nov. 18, the anni- •ersary of his enthronement 28 •ears ago; Pinay spoke to reporters as Youssefi in. a gesture of amity, aid a wreath on the tomb of the 'rench Unknown Soldier. Before leaving, for today's cere- nony, Youssef saw a delegation if Moroccan rabbis and told them e would make no distinction be- ween his Moslem-and Jewish sub- ects.' . . • . Young"Pitcher Killed When Auto Hits Tree PUTNAM, Conn. W) — Richard Avery, 20, former Webster, Mass., ligh school athlete who pitched for IVytlieville in the Class D Appa- .achian League the past season, was killed early today when his car hit a tree here. For Wytheville, a New York Giants farm team, Avery won six while losing 10. [luliaiia Couple Honored As Slalehouse Visitors ANNAPOLIS, Md. Ml—Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Rahn of Indianapolis, Ind., will be received byGov. McKeldin today in honor of Mrs. Ralin being the 50',000th ; visitor this year to the Maryland Statehouse The Indiana couple, who first toured the historic structure in 1923, made their second trip while visiting their son in Baltimore. \line Operators lit Optimism On Nuclear Energy WASHINGTON Ml — The' Na onal Coal Association's director aid today "the nation's best in erests are not served by unwar anted optimism about the early .vailability of low. cost nuclea lower." In a statement, the directors sail •the public interest demands dis emination of actual cost informa ion with respect to nuclear fuel o the greatest extent compatibl vith national security. "To the extent that governmen ubsidies are necessary in the de /elopment stages of the nuclear rogram, the public should be in- ormed of the magnitude thereof." 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Orders for jet passenger planes have also been announced recently by Pan American World Airways and United Air Lines. National said its six .planes will cost $36,000,000, plus $1,400,000 for spare parts. This is the first step in a $95,000,000 fleet expansion pro gram, it added. The planes, it said, will cruise 55S m.p.h. at altitudes from 30,000 to 40,000 feet and will make the Miami-New York run in 2 hours 20 minutes. . * Veronica To Take Rest In New York DETROIT Wi—Actress Veronica ake, whose Detroit appearance n a stage play ended two.weeks ago with her collapse, has re .urned to New'York for an "ex .ended rest," officials - at Henry ? ord Hospital said. Miss Lake collapsed in her hote after a performance in the leading role of the play-"The Little. Hut.' Her husband, J.'.A. -'McCarthy said 'his 'wife would not return to :he cast of the play. ' '.. : :, ; Council Hearing Set On "Peeping Toms" BALTIMORE Iff) — The Baltimore City council's judiciary committee scheduled a.hearing today on a bill to outlaw. electronic "peeping to'ms." .'•'•' The ordinance would.prohibit the use or even possession of elee tronic devices used for overhearing or recording any part of a private conversation. Woman Dies In Collision BALTIMORE W - A 47-year-old woman was killed and her daughter and sister injured after being thrown from their automobile in a lit-and-run accident last night. Mrs Rose! Schuster sufiered a fractured skull "and was dead on"arrival at Johns Hopkins Hospit-.; al. Miss Beatrice B. Schuster, 19,-. was treated for shock, and Mrs. Schuster's sister, Mrs. Lea.Kahn, 50, was held for observation with. iead-injuries. ' - : Officers said witnesses .reported-... the Schuster car collided with a 1 small stake-body truck with a red ;•, cab and white wall tires which.-' failed to stop after the collision. :•: Wheat Opens Firm : . CHICAGO tfi — Wheat opened,-. firm but the rest of the grain mar- ,. ket barely held steady at the start •• on the Board of Trade today. ; Farm experts estimate that -80 .";. million tons of. agricultural lime-? stone are needed for use- on U. S. soils. • •. ..- _ ', : ; • < Worry oT~~^ ^~ FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? nnn't be embarrassed by loose false ; teeth slipping, dropping or wobbUng ,- ': The tuba, a musical wind instru ment of the saxhorn family, has the lowest pitch of any instrumeh in the .orchestra. Advertisement.' NEW YORK UP) — The New York and American stock exchanges will )e closed tomorrow, Election Day. The Chicago Midwest stock exchange will operate.as usual, as vill those at Los Angeles, San francisco and Salt Lake City. Other small stock exchanges will remain closed. Grain exchanges throughout the :ountry will be open as usual. GRAPEFRUIT 5 ,„, 29c Florida SEEDLESS ORANGES 150 Size 45c dor. 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