Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 8, 1955 · Page 7
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 7

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 8, 1955
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1955 SEVEN, City Will Observe Veterans Day Friday With Parade .' Cumberland will set aside Friday for its annual tribute on Veterans Day to the local citizens who served in the nation's wars. Thomas F. Conlon, general chairman of arrangements and Howard Loughrie, commander of Fort Cumberland Post 13, American Legion, announce, the program has been completed. , At 11 a. m. Friday, a memorial ceremony will bt held at the local post office, site of the honor roll. W. Earle Cobey, local attorney, will be master, of ceremonies. The invocation will be given by Rev. J. F. Zimmerman. The Veterans Day address will be delivered by Lt. Col. Robert C. Matiick, commander of the 1st -Battalion, 115th Infantry, Maryland National Guard. Rev. Mr. Zimmerman will pronounce the benediction, after which a military salute.will be fired with Staunton Byers'in charge and taps will be sounded by a bugler. At 5 p. m., on the lawn in front of the home of Henry Hart Post 1411, Veterans of Foreign Wars, a retreat ceremony will be featured. Vernon Crable of the VFW will be in charge.' .. ; . • The annual November 11 parade will assemble at 7 p. m. at the State Armory, South Centre Street, and will march over a downtown route at 7:30 p. m. The parade route includes Centre Street to Union Street to George Street to Baltimore Street to Centre Street to Market Street, tc Mechanic Street to Baltimore Street toScuth George, Street to Salem Street where it will disband. Voiture 164, Society 40 and 8, will precede the parade and solicit funds for the Allegany-Garrett Heart Association. The American Legion has adopte.d as one of its national programs obtaining aid to heart associations to encourage research for prevention and cure of heart disease, as well as rehabilitation of those already stricken. Each year, the 40 and 8, cooperating with the Legionnaires, uses this method to help raise funds needed here for the heart program. The parade "'ill be led by a patrol of city and state police officers and Thomas F.__Conlon, parade marshal. "~ The first division will be led by Farrady Post 24, American Legion, Drum and Bugle Corps of Frostburg, followed by city officials in cars. - The second division, will be led j by the Maryland National Guard: Drum and Bugle Corps; followed by the Headquarters Company and Company C, local National Guard units. The third division will be led by Allegany High School senior band 'ollowed by the 6th Special In- 'antry Company, US Marine Reserves. The fourth division, with R. T. Tarrell as aide, will be led by Allegany High School's junior >and, followed by US Army, US Navy, and US Marine recruiting service units; Henry Hart Post 1411, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and members of their auxiliary. The fifth division will be led by Howard Loughrie. aide, and Fulton-Myers Post Drum and Bugle Corps,' members of Fulton Myers Legion Post; members of Fort Cumberland Legion Post 13 and L Hard-of-Hearing? now*..for only $10 you can «njoy TELEVISION ZINITH EARPHONt, SET UgM, 4*abi*, h« individual votum* control .. . you ed|vtl ta!«vU!on xxrad to wit younelfl Fingertip . 'Audio j/* Control Al»o Uts Anyone Listen Wh*n Others Pr«f«r SUene* Thb Injroious Ztoith development normal hearing to enjoy'television 1(U the hard-of-hearing person without disturbing others who wish amplify volume independent of . to. read,, visit, or sleep. Completr nceiver while speaker volume is »et with set of earphones (10' cord),] for the listening comfort of other $10; two sets, S1J. EasilyJnsu ' Al»o enables anyone with ,.'.''. UMtructkiM with each kit their auxiliary and members of the 40 and 8. Open house will be featured at the American Legion and the VFW post homes all day Friday. The parade is being held earlier this year because of the appearance of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Fort Hill High School Friday at 8:30 p. m. This is the second year for the post office Police Will Vse Liberal Policies With Newsmen BALTIMORE OB — City police will follow a "liberal and understanding" policy in the release of information to the press. Police Commissioner James M. Hepbron said yesterday. . Hepbron told representatives of newspapers, radio and television stations that there was no change memorial service, the 10th year for j n the department's policy and in- the VFW retreat ceremony; and -»--'•-•> "--- -•->--- *- *•-- —' sixth year the legion has aided the Heart Association. Kiwaniaiis. Meet Thursday The Cumberland Kiwanis Club will meet Thursday at noon at Central Y.M.C.A. with a representative of, the Veterans Administration as speaker. •••. Baked Irish potatoes won't become soggy if they are.pricked two or three times with a fork as soon as they are removed from the oven. dicated that ideas to the contrary were the result of a •'misunderstanding." News photographers recently were prohibited from making pictures of apparatus confiscated in a gambling raid, and told the shots could not be made because they were items' which might later be introduced as evidence in a trial. In previous years, such pictures have been permitted. Insignia of the U. S. Navy's submarine service is a submarine flanked by two dolphins. Inspection Of Frederick Street Slated Final inspection of the Frederick Street improvement project was slated this afternoon by Street Commissioner William H. Buchholtz and G. Bates Chaires, dis- with Bureau of Public Roads spec- tications. In its agreement with the Bureau of Pub'lic Roads, the city also agreed, upon completion, to desig- trict engineer of the State Roads [nate Frederick Street as a north- Commission, j bound one-way thoroughfare and The big project which got under-[to prohibit parking of vehicles way last August is completed, offi-j cials reported, except for the in-jj\l ar i lic General stallation of two metal grates. j . . This equipment has been order- Visits Local Units ed and will be set in place as soon) x , as it is delivered. ! Brig. Gen. VvJliam \V. Stickney. The federal-aid., project wasjUSMCR, deputy director of the awarded to the Brotemarkle Construction Company, of Cumberland, under a 5517,119 contract. It included the laying of two 12- foot driving lanes, an eight foot parking lane, curbs and five-feet sidewalks along the some 7,000 U S. Marine Corps Reserve visited the Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Training Center today, j While here, the general expects to meet with the inspector-instructor staff and the commanding officer. Major Patsy Algieri, of the feet of Frederick Street, fromlSLxth Special Infantry Company, Woodlawn Terrace to Route 220. When. completed, the City of Cumberland will take over the stretch of road, within the city lim- USMCR, the local Marine Corps Reserve unit. The available training facilities are expected to be inspected dur- its, and maintain it in conformity)ing the general's x-isit here. along the westerly side of Frederick Street, between North Mechanic Street and the city limits. Bedford Street is to be designated a southbound one-way thoroughfare and the city is to prohibit parking of vehicles along, the westerly side of Bedford Street between North Mechanic Street and the city line, and along the easterly side of Bedford Street, between Decatur Street and Marietta Street, and Marietta Street, where a wall is located on the west side of the street for about 1,500 feet. Legion To Complete Veterans Day Plans Final plans for, Veterans' Day ceremony will be completed at a meeting today at 8 p. m. by Fort Cumberland Post 13, American Legion. H. P. Loughrie, commander, said that reports from the membership committee will be received. • - • - SHONTER'S Housewares Special! HIGH/ WIDE, " : J4and*ome ROOMY DOUBLE DOOR METAL BASE CABINET Extra storage space galore! Big, * spacious cabinet, convenient in J kitchen, pantry, laundry or bath. Solid, all-steel construction for years ••• of sturdy service! SHONTER'S 12S-130 N. Centre it. - .PA-2-7171 ByW.H.Vanderploeg President, Kellogg Company B EFORE our founder, W. K. Kellogg, died in 1951, he had a great concept about, a new cereal. He believed that valuable properties of other foods could be combined with those of the grains in such a" way as to produce a concentrated hi&h-quality protein food in a delicious new cereal form. It has been my privilege to carry this idea forward. For the past four years, we at Kellogg's have been working hand in hand with two of our great universities on this project. . Out of it has come an achievement that is perhaps the greatest in our history. This new cereal food is an unusual combination of nourishing grains and other natural foods including milk and yeast. * It's a ready-to-eat cereal remarkably rich in higfa quality protein — about twice as much as the average, and more protein than in any other well-known cereal, hot or cold. It has a combination of vitamins specified for us by the nutrition departments of the'universities' who worked with us as being most needed by most --••• Yet the surprising thing is that with all its health-giving properties—this is probably the most enjoyable cereal anyone has eve"r put into his mouth. It's not quite a puff, not quite a flake, but I can assure you, it's unusually tempting to eat. You may be interested in knowing^ what happened when we sent this new-high-protein cereal out in a plain . package to several thousand people whose opinions are rather important .to .us—people just like you. To begin with, 4 out of 5 started off. by saying how much they liked its taste. . One physician said: "This is not.fust a new cereal —it's a new protein food." ,A food editor told us: "It's amazing that a cereal with so much solid nourishment could be so light and tasty." , We're calling the new cereal our Special K because we feel the birred "K" in bur trade mark is more or less our coat of arms. Special K is on hand now at most grocer's. We want you to try it for its unusual flavor and excellent health benefits. We particularly address this invitation to people who haven't been eating cereals too frequently. We feel sure you'll enjoy Special K, for .breakfast and any time of day you want something wholesome and good tasting. OF BATTLE CREEK Here's the Nutrition Story of Special K WHAT 1 OUNCE OF SPECIAL K HAS Shcra of Noitonol t.north Camdl I*co<™o«n<i*d WHY YOU NEED IT WHERE TO GIT THE REST OF WHAT YOU NEED average: high-quality protein—f mil)c. yeast. Special K i» the only leading cereal containing added costly, protem-rich wheat gluten and wheat germ. On«r serving, with milk, produces US of a grown man's daily recommended allowance. maintain body ti«uej every day of your adult life. From foodi of animal origin UVe rae»£, milk, cm and fi»h. and from mixture* of vegetable proteins juch aa provided by beans, peaj. VITAMIN D A full day'*'recommended allowance. ,.,,' . (li«comj-.«i<(«c( <ie3y cHewciK' w cMjIran mm ajiMdont end nurw.9 moth«r«. X«omm«vJ.d «flo— onc.i of otlxr odulii no* >p<cift»dj Eawntial to children for calcium uttiitation nod normal bone and tooth development. A protective iKpptetacnt partic-, ularly in winter month». Irradiated milk aad milk prodnctj, fi»h oihv liver, eggs, sunlight. VITAMIN Bl (thiamtn«)-0ne.fourtbof a day'» recommended allowance. E»«ntia! to nerve function, utilization of carbohydrate foodi: «ti«n- ulatei tood appetite. Meats (opcciallY pert). train*, milk, ve«et«- • bl«, aodfruiu. all contribute. VITAMIN Bj (riboBavnO-Morr than 30% of a day'* recommended allowance. Esiential to »rbwth, normal d:ie»tion. normal vwionjiealthy tVtin. Liver, milk producti, egx«. »ome leafy veje- VITAMIN C One-eightb of «d«y« recommended allowance. Helptmaintainhealthy teeth aad gunu. aid* tinue repair. The anti- acorbutic vitamin. Citrui fruiti, toeutoet, green «x£ Inly veue- iablcj, baked potato. NIACINAMIDE More than 30% Of a dny't recommended allowance. Important to condition of ikin and the vptam rta, poultry. VITAMIN §» Scientist* have not fully determined human recommroded allow«n«a. Special K contains an amount jud««J by «uthotitie» to equal a day'i recommeiKled alkwoinct. j Kaaratlal to formation (with Iron) of red blood c«lia. Poaaibly impor- Uat to otbcr body function!. Maata. e*p*daOy Ktrar -•• More than onr third of a dny'i f ecommended allowance of each. Th«« two mineral* are b7«h niwnliat to red blood cell formation. Mtats, Me>, pea«, briM. 1HCIAI K aho contains KOMCIN. a nutritSonall, mended allow«ne»« h«v« not been <ktermin*d, CAL ilficant viUmifi on wnfch exact rtcom" t, PHOBTHOROS. IODINE.

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