Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 7, 1955 · Page 7
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Dial PA-2-4600, for a WANT AD Taker Two Tots Die In Home Fire ^ CRISFIELD, Md. UPl - -A fire apparently started from a defective flue destroyed a house at nearby Marion Saturday and took the lives of Ralph Cottman, 3, and his 3-month-old sister Roena. The 19-year-old mother of the Negro children, Rachel'Cottman, Cottontail Rabbit Whips Big Snake JACKSBQRO, Tex. tfl - Paul Gafford saw a cottontail rabbit whip a big snake. Here's his story: "I heard a baby rabbit squealing and saw mother cottontail coming fast. . .. . She grabbed the snake with her teeth. . Figure Flattery! She bit and shook the snake just as a 'dog would have done. . . . "The snake ran for a mesquite left the children alone while shejtree. . . . The rabbit hung on and -vent to a store. When she re-!was lifted several feet. When she broke free she grabbed a new hold and pulled until the snake tore ( VCUl IV « 31U1^> otl^il O11G 1C- ,arned, the two-story house was in flames. The children were dead firemen reached them. when FQ* BIG AND IJlTlf loose again. "During the fight, the rabit made a growling sound, similar to a small dog. I killed the sffake." PEOPLE Who WORK A Sptcializid Loan Strv/c* $25, $100, $200 up' fa $1200 Get money .to pay all your bills at once. Spread repayment over a number of months. If needed, the money will be ready in one day.. CMW In or, t « tavt ffm., fhent tnt 61 North Centre St. Corner Frederick Cumberland PA 2-4900 PUBLIC LOAM CORPORATION Youth On The Job ALBUQUERQUE tf> —. When Professor Morton Barr Crowell commented that he served in .the last war, a student cracked, "Oh, are you that young?" Crowell returned breezily, "Oh, I'm pretty young. And I'm younger now than I will be nexl year when you take this course FUNERAL FLOWERS Try Our $ 5.00 Funeral Basket BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 N. Liberty .St. Ph. PA-2-4330 Anniversary Savings Ta show our appreciation for your patronage, FOOTERS offers you these low, low prices tot a limited time only. PANTS SKIRTS*SWEATERS " Cleaned and Smartly Finished Harry rWICH & Co. -CLEANERS- Thete Special Pricet effective .at- oil our itorej in Cumberland, LaVale, FroJtfaurg, Keyser and Piedmont. Fait, dry cleaning tervice on requeit ... No Extra Chorgel Dress Shirts. Laundered Hand Finished and Individually Cellophane Wrapped. Try us ... you will be ai pleased at your neighbors or.. THANKS TO HIS DOCTOR he has smoother ' ' 4 ' " . ' . ' ' •' on a longer "cruise through ie Job Hunting Found Tough FRANKFORT, Ky. — Wi - If you think it's tough to find a job," talk to James Oberst. He has to look for 200 of them. And since March, he has found only 10. Employers of prospective parolees' from the Kentucky State Reformatory and Penitentiary just aren't easy to find." • In fact, James \V. Hughes. EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD* MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1955 Lighthouse Gets ~ New Paiut Job <L SEVEN tor of the Burelu of Corrections warned Oberst.- a placement representative, "You'll be lucky to find one a month at. first." '..; . . He is now placing about two nien Episcopal Cathedral Dedicated BALTIMORE tfi — The Episco CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine Oft-photographed, oft-painted Portland Head Light had to Hot Loot Stolen, Man Prefers To Forget II PENSACOLA. Fla. (fl-'Td like Jo report that someone broke into! oldjmy residence and stole three gal-; of moonshine whisky," the! male voice informed the sheriff Wisconsin has grown mort than. 2,500,000 acres of corn, its most valuable crop, each year since 1943, •••'.. r .r i. H-C , 0 ntr*i neady 16y yearS ° r ° Wn office's radio operator on the tele-! pal Diocese of Maryland s central CQat of paint ) ; church formally became a cathed-j The famed lighthouse, a'pioneer! The operator tried twice to get: ral VeSterdSV. • i TT C miKltn \unrtc nrniort wasiiu. --11 *™ „_«»« ,,.,j ti.«« r-«;j.i TJ.S. pu b!i c works project, In ceremonies before a packed | painted when it went mto serv i c e church, the tall, gray stone S° thic :in 1791. Periodically ever since, it structure was consecrated thej has been whitewashed. The inex- Episcopal Cathedral Church of the Incarnation. • . The Rev. John N. Peabody, rector of the church since 1952. was installed as its first dean. The Rt. Rev. Noble C. Powell, montlMvhile bracking employers bishop of M ary iand, performed TT t . ... t -~ «... blessings of the font, was (he caller's name and then said: "Well, listen to me then. Don't you know it's against the law even; I to have moonshine whisky in your: pensive process was right in line posse ssion? You could go directly' with the frugality attending its ito j a ji ,-f we knew who you were."; erection, when President Georgej » W ell, now." the man replied/ Washington ordered the 80-foot;«j f that - s t j, e case , I'd just as soon' tower built of local field-stone andj forget about the whole thing ." He brick by Portland-area stonemasons up Easiest sewing — and this lovely 'princess" jumper is yours! See those smooth, flowing lines? S-o-o flattering to every figure! Make it in wool, corduroy with companion blouse; let it solo for date-time in rich velveteen! Pattern 4774: Misses'.. Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40. Size 16 jumper takes '4 yards 39-inch fabric; blouse, !•}« yards 35-inch. This.pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern — add 5 cents for each'pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to ANNE ADAMS, care of The Evening Times. 42 ' Pattern Dept., 243 West 17th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. all over the state. He estimates he has interviewed around 375 prospective employers at the: rate of about 10 a day. •. •'•.'. "Qne manufacturer in Louisville, told me that the parolee he ; hired was better "than-'the- average man that conies into tiis company for. a job. .As a matter'-of,fact, he said that he was the-best man .that he ever had for.that particular'.job." Age Contribute To C7 Marriage Of Soldiers LONDON (INS)—American servicemen's wives, in Britain think the main reason tj. S. military men are taking English brides at an increasing rate is because they are at "the marrying age." The women voiced this opinion in response, to a statement by an Air Force general that American ser vicemen are now marrying British girls at the rate of 250 a month. Canoe Oh The Move GALVESTON, Tex, Hi - 'A 12 "oot dugout canoe of 'the type usec by South Sea. islanders washe- up on the beach. It was believei the canoe, band-carved " of re> mahogany, was blown across, th gulf from the West Indies,' sped p: its way by..the late summer hurri canes. ... '. During the severe winter o 1948, 32,000 cattle and calves an 125,000 sheep perished from th elements. . Difficult Vision SANTA FE, .tf. M. f#>—Lindsay Root of the State Highway Department Was giving an eye test to a man in connection 'with a safe driving program. "Did you know you can hardly see with your left eye?" asked Root. "Sure, 1 the man answered. "It's glass." For Dinner Tonile . . filet mignon $ .45 SIEGLER'S GAS AND OIL HEATERS WARM MORNING COAL HEATERS FOR CASH THE CHEAPEST. FOR CREDIT TH5 EASIEST PEOPLES FURNITURE STORE REINHART'S . 17 BALTIMORE ST. altar rail, the lectern, the pul- t and other parts of the Balti- iore church. Assisting-in the con- ecfation ceremonies was the cuf- ons. Not long ago science developed 1 , Although the Mayflower had a a plastic vinyl weather-resistant I stormy trip from England to Amer- paint, since adopted to coat aidsjica. only one person, tjied on the to navigation. Coast guards rigged voyage, bos'ns' chairs and applied about 30 gallons of • the new-fangled agan bishop, th&.Rt. Rev. Harry ee r) 0 ii. stuff — white — to the spray Bishop Powell also performed drenched, rock-bedded old beacon. ie ceremonies" officially installing They might just as well throw away the keys to some cities. Rev. Mr. Peabody as dean. The Very Rev. -Francis B. ayre Jr., d'ean of the. Washington athedral, addressed the congrega- on and took as his text. "I will ft up mine eyes unto the hills, rom whence cometh my help." A cathedral, said Bishop Sayre, hould be something to which peo- le look up. as the ancient Jews id to the hills of Palestine, for . sign of eternal hope. 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