Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 9, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Tatar EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1955 FIVE Your Horoscope ~' ; -..•..•• • ' •• ••Loolc in the Mction in which your birthday comet and find what your outlook is, iccording to the stars, '"' For TbuniUy, Nov. 10, 19W MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries) - Vtflus, Moon and Uranus in excellent aspects particularly sponsor the artistic professions, home and family interests, also unusual endeavors IF. sound and premising. CARP in finances! APRIL 21 to MAY 20 CTaurus^Favor- able for your personal affairs, for family-happiness and benefits, for monetary sains through your own smart business management and general know-how. -,,^AY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Don't gok at any sudden disappointments as . You have opportunities galore to- but it may take extra patience to find them and work with them. Don't fret If all idea,s don't click immediately. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Tops for; good effort. Your innately kind and charitable nature' will- be rewarded by benefits from unexpected places. Strengthen business and personal ties. ..JULY 24 to, AUGUST 22 (Leo)-Deli- eafe matters, hoine and private affairs have fine Moon and Venus rays. A highly,.successful day? Maybe not, maybe yes. It's mostly up to you. - 'AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)-—Although you may not be as keen and mentally alert as usual now, the day holds advantages and beneficial returns for all good efforts and sound ideas. •:-.". ' . SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra)—You have very helpful -Venus and Moon aspects to aid you in worthwhile undertakings, especially if they are generous . in" scope,' unselfish in motive. A good day for clever and artistic folks. !'OCTOBER 24 : to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio)—Not especially, inspiring rays for vigorous and laborious- work but any worthwhile activity in which cleverness and skill are'required, can move ahead jatisfactorily. •''... NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius)—Not ^wholly encouraging .for quick faint but'thli in a d«y for «ound attainment through constant effort and sensible management. Keep striving. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—Similar indications to Sagittarius now. B* smart in planning procedure; don't make unwise investments but do take reasonable, progresslvt measures to advance. Know your facts. Have faith. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius) — Enlivining, benefic Uranus rays here spell unusual achievement IF you handle day's musts as.well as you know how and don't waste valuable time on unessential* or unproductive people. Forward! . . FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —Please heed Gemini. Be mindful of your many talents and capabilities, then with faith, step into things with the best competitors. - Your interests favored anew. YOU BORN TODAY are artistic/ suited to a scientific or other professional career. If living true to your finer nature, you are steadfast, dependable capable. It is well that you like.to gather knowledge; keep on doing so for you can always make worthwhile knowledge pay. Control your temper and curb a tendency to domineer.-Give others their innings, too. Develop your talents. and put them to daily, practical use. Procrastination can bf an expensive failing with Scorpio. Birthdate: Wm. Hogarth, noted painter, pictorial satirist; Oliver Goldsmith, famed writer. Copyright,'1955, King Features Syndicate, Inc. Taxi Stand Moved The downtown taxicab stand which had been~4ocated on North Centre Street during construction work on the-Second National Bank is again'located, on South Liberty Street. -.. - - You'Ulikethe luxurious Melrose quality.. ..delicately blended w. finest grain neutral spirits. [H^] W hiskies...older and finer whiskies than in any other leading Blend. .. -^—.—i-sT? ""'••"-\^<C ^'^ I i - "^ ^sfV^V,^ v* 5 V'; S ' r ^^ '•• "-\"\ "" ^ ^ V"""-^ / **** \^*Vs ^ * ^ * t^X ,0 i^V^vj^u^ur^rc-sl BLENDED WHISKEY. 40% STRAIGHT WHISKIES 7 YEARS OLD, GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS, 86.8 PROOF. MELROSE DISTILLERS CO., N. Y. ?our Facing Charges Of Metal Theft Two In Jail Here; Brothers Held By W. Va. Authorities Charges- of larceny in the .theft f metal from a Westerhport coal ompany and the'.B&O Railroad ave been placed against four Al- egany County men.. ...-.'.In Aliegany ' County Jaii . are .any Mayhew Jr., 27, and James Leonard' Zeiler, 21,-...of Franklin, harged'with the theft of copper, rass and babbitt from the Camp«11 Coal Company. ,. Ralph.. Edward Munday of RD 2, ialtimore Pike, and-James Raymond Munday, 25 North Waverly 'errace, are being held in Mineral County Jail, Keyse'r,' charged with lie theft of- about 600 -pounds of opper reportedly -taken from the ailroad. . • Trooper Milton G.-Hart of the Maryland State Police arrested the :wc Franklin men. yesterday at heir homes with the aid of Chiel f Police Burza Hanlin and Officer Richard Householder of Western iorL The pair admitted stripping two iesel engines and two large generators of. the metal parts over the iast two months, police said. The machinery, owned by Abra- lam L. Feldstein, Cumberland, had jeen bought from the coal 'com- any which has been idle for some months. The equipment has been endered .useless, Trooper Harl aid Feldstein told police." The four lenvy/pieces of machinery are 'alued 'at ?5,000. Hart said the coal company property is located about two miles north of Westernport near the Westerriport-Barton road and that he larceny took place at night, when there was ho watchman. The pieces of machinery were Gripped and the various parts sole as junk to-various dealers "in'the area, the state trooper "said. Discovery of the thefts was made iunday by Feldstein, who had gone o the coal company property to tick up the engines and generators Police said the two men'will be held on the larceny charges pend- ng further. investigation of the thefts. . Baltimore and Ohio police recently arrested the Munday brokers in nearby West Virginia and wok 1 them to the jail in. Keyser. They .were given a preliminary tearing before Justice of the Peace tfadalyn Bazzle, who set bond "at 11,500 each: : The two men were unable to •urnish bond and were confined to ;he jail where they are being held :or action of the grand jury of the January term of Circuit Court in Mineral County. PTA Group Asks For Policewoman The endorsement of the plan to )lace policewomen at school cross ngs and the request .for. one of the officers in the vicinity of John Humbird School has been made bj .he Parent-Teacher Association o that school. . • • Mrs. 'Oliver M. Evans Jr., cor responding secretary of the PTA unit, in a letter to Police Commis sioner William V. Keegan pointed out that traffic is heavy at the in ;ersection where the school is lo cated, and that it is anticipatec .0 be "heavier when the Wiley Ford jridge is replaced. Plans .for that bridge call fo: running traffic from West Virgin!: directly .into Virginia Avenue, only a block from where the school is located. Trades Map Safety Drive . HAPPY IS HAPPY — A. B. "Happy" Chandler, front left, joins in the singing at his campaign headquarters when it became apparent that Chandler had been elected governor of Ken- : tucky. Atleft background is his running mate, Harry Leo Waterfield, who was elected lieutenant;governor. Mrs. Chandler, center, the Chandler boys, Dan and Ben, left, joined in. ' • A safety program to be conducted during the construction of the North Branch plant of Pittsburgh Plate Glass. Company has been •instituted by the contractor/Consolidated Engineering Company, Inc., and the AUegany County Building Trades Council. . Safety committees have been set up by most of the AFL crafts and additional committeemen will be named as the other locals meet. Members of the committee nam- d so far include: Lee Malone, president, for Iron .Yorkers Local 568; John Neis and -ecil Clark, for Plumbers and Jteamfitters Local 489; Galen Stamp, Laborers Local 616. Robert Klingler, for Electrical : Workers Local 307:'William Moore land Harvey Smith, for Operating [Engineers Local 37-B, and Earl Slider, for Carpenters Local 1024. The committee was named as AFL officials met Monday withl Howard Turner; general superintendent, and Joseph Lucas, representing the. company. - The union delegation, headed by George W. Lucas, president of the Building and Construction Trades Council, included F. Patrick A1-; lender, Charles Cross,- Robert[ Weaver and George E. ^Clark, allj business agents of the crafts, and Malone. • Lucas said the conference was one of several held so far on plans to keep accidents down during th« construction of the plant. ; ..- He'said the unions and the company are determined to make the job as safe as possible. Indian'Juke Box WINDOW sounded as ROCK, Ariz. . if the Navajos were staging -a ceremony inside their cafe here. But investigation showed . the drums and chants were coming from a "juke box. Plenty-of other tribal tunes were on tap too, competing successfully with the usual assortment of platters. Thanksgiving 'GREETING CARDS - and - ' ..':.. PARTY FAVORS "••• : .'••'•'•"••.'•.'."- ; Post Card Shop 25 N. Centre Sf. Alarm Answered The West Side Fire Company wassailed yesterday to 417 Washington Street where a -waste paper basket in .an apartment had caught fire. No damage was' reported. 16 S. Liberty St. 1st Floor •"• DIAL PA 4-0880 ^ H WHAT! every year for the rest of my life ? Enter Now it GURLEY'S New Teachers To Be Feted New teachers.... in .-the- public school system will be guests at; the annual fall dinner meeting of the Aliegany County Branch, of .The Association of Childhood. Education Internatibnal.tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in Frostburg State Teachers College. ' . Theodore Foole, '•. supervisor of art -instruction for the Board of Education, will speak on "Art in Learning," Foote will discuss art in schools and show an art film concerning the Maury School 'in Virginia, entitled "Report in Primary Colors." The- speaker is to stress art as an integral part of living..' ..-.-..•-• A business session will be conducted by Sam Lisanti, newly appointed president,- filling ' the' vacancy by the resignation of Augustine Diaz. A graduate of Frostburg State Teachers College, where he was president of Delta Kappa fraternity and received 1 the leadership award, he has been; for the last few years a member of the faculty of Columbia Street School and is doing graduate work at Columbia Teachers College, New York, Last year, Lisanti was president of the Maryland State Club at Teachers College, Columbia. • Rescuer Of Local Man To Be Feted The Big Pool man who saved the life of a Cumberland, man by pulling him from a burning car will be honored by Clear .Spring's American Legion post Monday night. John Repp, 33, is credited with saving the life of Leon Whitfield of Cumberland after Whitfield had been trapped in a burning car after an accident last February 7 west of Hagerstown. Patrick A. O'Rourke of Frostburg was burned to death when the car in which he and Whitfield were riding skidded and crashed into an abutment of the Conococheague Creek -bridge. - Although the car was enveloped in flames almost immediately, Repp managed to get Whitfield out. Repp had been driving behind the other car before the accident. Clarence S. Baker, commander of the Clear Spring Post, will present the award to Repp. Woman's Killing Indian Part Of City's History ALEXANDRIA, Va. (ffi— Susannah Alexander awoke grabbed a gun and killed a man pursuing her husband, John," around the room with a hatchet Then the Alexanders wrapped the victim in his horsehide robe and' buried him on a hillside. V The jvictim was Long Tom, Orin oco Indian chief.';'John Alexander was a founder of this early Ameri can city — and wouldn't have been except for; Susannah's sudden awakening. Mention was made of the histori cal incident at ceremonies in the cemetery;of old' Pohlck Church where John 'and 'Susannah — as well'as'Long Tpnv— lie :buried. Poor work, absenteeism and ac cidents are far more prevalen among .-workers who have vision inadequate for their jobs .than among those with adequate vision says the Better Vision Institute. If you are seeking a Mortgage Loan to Buy or. Build a Home, ask about our Direct Reduction Plan.- Convenient, Economical! WESTERN MARYLAND -UM AH'«. 40 Ptnhiwf S», Baltimore Street at George • NEW HOLIDAY BUCK FLASHED WITH WHITE OR PASTEL COLORS Look what's new and as effective as standing under the mistletoe! Dresses witfvoh-x>- jophisticated black topi over floaty white, pastel pink or beige skirts. Rhinestone sparked tops in sleek wool jersey or lush rayon velvet. Skirts in iwishy rayon taffeta or rayon moire. AH black combinations tool Holiday Dresses to thrill everyone I Sizes for juniors and misses. 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