Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 9, 1955 · Page 11
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 11

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 9, 1955
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,TI 1 County Pays Retirement Svstem Bill y HAGERSTOWN tfV-' Washington, County commissioners, without ex-j planation, have backed down fromj their stand against a new law giv-j ing State officials retirement er.ed-j it for time served in other public; offices. , ; The commissioners agreed yesterday to pay a bill from the State /^Employees' Retirement System for *Jll,302. It will go into the retirement fund of Del. John B. Juyett (D-Wash). Huyett was sheriff of Washington County from 1942 to 1946 and a member of the county liquor board from 1934 to 1939. . . Under the law passed ~by the 1955 General Assembly, the county was required to pay an employer's con-j tribution toward a 'pension forj Huyett's years of 'service in the: county posts. ' . : Attorney John SI. Col ton had ad-j vised the commissioners to hold up; payment. He noted that Frederick! city officials had begun a court! test to determine whether it. was Thief-Coniplaint obligated to pay a similar bill. Frederick has been billed, for They'll Do It Every Time j ••/_ • Jimmy Hado more than S13,000 to cover Chairman Russell H. McCain of. the State Roads' Commission and Col. Elmer F. Mimshower,'State. Police, superintendent. Both .are former city officials in Frederick. Utah has 1,763 miles of .railroad. You Can Always Do Better at the P. S, TASTE GOOD CHEESE BLOODSTONE RE4LLY Vi&tt 4T F IS 80SS-0 H4PFV NOIV? NOT SO'S COULD NOTICE rr,P4L*« LISTEN-— BlGDOME 61VES CREDIT AWM6ERAH4I» TMJE NEEDLING TOE SlOW-mV CUSTOMERS^ EXCUSES VOU'RE SUPPOSED TO CRACK orfC.' VW NINCOMPOOP/ .SENDING 4 THRE4TENING LETTER LIKB THIS TO MOTVIW4LLET-ONE OF OUR BEST CUSTOMERS. 1 THE GOOD WILL IT TOOK AiE FORTY B-BU CHIEF ACCOUNTS.'.' I DOOtT CARE RE»iFyou IT, WE'LL SET /CARS TO BUILD (siuT^) THE HATl? HAT TO FREDS.HOU.JS, COURTHOUSE . eensszo, N.y. PHILADELPHIA (INS) Registered u. S. Patent Office. Language Arts For Schools Discussed Herei The possibility of expanding the; anv . Garrett Count Heart Asso . foreign language program in Alle-j '• ganv County public schools W asi Dr. Benedict Skitarelic Named To Heart Board The new member of the Alle- charting a program of lay and . , , . aatron executlve board 1S Dr ' discussed by Dr. James E. Spitz-1 Benedict Skitarelic, Baltimore nas. director of instruction for the Pike, according to Ernest B. Treet. I State Board of Education, school officials here. medical education Into the heart program. Through such a program, it will be able to inform the .public, as well as all physicians, of the It was pointed out that a meeting will be held probably in Hagerstown the first part of next year at with .association president. Dr. Skitarelic was .full extent of the heart program ;and what the American Heart already association and the local associa- which time teachers of foreign language will be present. Last year a demonstration lesson I co-chairman of was taught to a class at Mt. Sav-| V] - sor y Board. member of the Heart Association'sjtion offer in free services to vic- Medical Advisory Board, but willitims of heart disease. now serve in both capacities. The! Bowers urged that talks be given only other physician on the execu-jto various organizations, that press age School with teachers of Allegany. Garrett and Washington counties attending. The proposal of expanding the foreign language program is due to a larger number of high school entering college where tive board is Dr. VY. A. Van Ormerjand radio be informed of the lull the Medical Ad-'heart program, and thai everything I possible - be done to'make people At last night's meeting of the executive board, it was decided to move : the heart offices from the serve everyone through a program thieves are medical bag was stolen recently from the car of Dr. Galen Young of nearby Chester, the new president of the American Society, of Osteopaths. Later the thief telephoned Dr. Young and complained that the bag contained no narcotics. • CHICKEN NOODLE • CHICKEN RICE SOUP 2 „„, 25c Kidney or Pork and Beans Fancy Catsup Scott County Hominy No Tender Club Steaks 35c , b Veal Shoulder Chops Swift Premium Picnics Ib. Ib. 35c 32c students French, guages are stressed fields of education. " The trend in past years, according to a spokesman for county schools, has been to place more emphasis on general and vocational programs in the schools, and it s hoped to put greater stress on : oreign languages. Attending yesterday's meeting ivere Spitznas, Ralph R. Webster, superintendent of Allegany County ichols: Richard T. Rizer, assistant superintendent of schools; and Lewyn C. Davis, supervisor of junior high schools. Law Building to the Clark-Keating Building. A lease was signed for an office in the Clark-Keating, select- eJ because .it is centrally located H ERE is a pleasant little game that will give you a message every day. It is a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. Count the letters in your first name. If the number o£ letters is 6 of more, subtract 4. If the. number is less than 6, add 3. The 'result is your key number. Start at the upper left-hand corner of the rectangle and check every one of your key numbers, left to right. Then read the message the letters under the checked figures give you. O t»5S. by William J. Milkr. Dittributed by KInf FoturM. lac. li"7 School Heads Hear Reports Firemen Salute Former Official The Allegany - Garrett County The role of custodians in theJFiremen's Association last, night 'paid tribute to David Tuohey, a school picture Joseph Downey, maintenance for was outlined by supervisor of the Allegany Spanish and other Ian- w ^ provides elevator service. It "' J in various ^ no t desirable, members pointed out, to have an office situated where persons with heart conditions are required to climb steps. The board has been seeking suchj leadquarters for several months. The office will be moved earlv next aware that the heart association is a social agency provided to of medical aid, home visitation and home care, prevention, rehabilitation and education. Bowers said the local association is rendering excellent sen-ices to many heart cases in this area, and he reported on several specific instances of cooperation between the local and the state association. Phone Service BERLIN, Oct.—(IXS>—Bv dial- week. jing the phone in German cities one Lee Bowers of Baltimore, educa-jmay obtain a job: a timetable, a Sonal director of the Maryland I vacant room, a dancing partner, Heart Association, .-attended last!the weather forecast or the pro- night's meeting and helped. in'gram for a local theatre. Smug Towis PORTLAND, Ore. - (INS) Smugness and complacency are the leading problems in many American towns, according to Harry J. \rusz, Assistant General Manager of the U. S. Chamber of Cbm-j merce. People'in those towns like] things as they'are and don't want; to change, Krusz said, despite the fact changes would be for the bet-; ter. See Our Beautiful New Line of WROUGHT IRON FURNITURE Watches* Diajnonds«Silvci-wahC ' — N > SERVIC rJ^B^^^V^^.jWv'^-,^^^,- 26 N, GEORGE STREET, AND 'CRESAPTOWN the perfect Buxton'sFrendiPurse s County Board of Education, at a meeting of the Elementary Principal's Association Monday in the Lonaconing VFW Hall. He classified the duties of these employes, which includes the care of the buildings and its protection when classes are not in session, and the importance of the custodian to the school and the community. • . , • • '" Hubert Radcliff reporting for the welfare 'committee, spoke concerning children taking excursions from school. Miss Bernice Winner, representing the School'Patrol, discussed a list of advantages and disadvantages of having patrols at the schools. Miss Margaret Doak, delegate to the Maryland State Teachers Association • meeting in Baltimore, discussed the five-year program for schools of Maryland, which deals with new construction, teachers salary, retirement and care of teachers' colleges. The music instructor of Valley High School, Joseph Derry, played "Raindrop Prelude," "Prelude in B flat major," "Valse Brillante, Opus 34," 'Chopin, and "The Rosary," Nevin. The -invocation was given by Harold Scott and Miss Kathryn Longridge was in charge of the program. Twenty-nine members attended. The January meeting will be held! on the ninth, with Miss Imogene Caudel, chairman. former officer of the Maryland Volunteer Firemen's Association, whc died Monday at his home in Cabin John Park, Montgomery County. A frequent visitor to Western Maryland, Tuohey had last visited here during the state firemen's convention in June. He had held various'offices in the stale organization, the last being a member of the executive committee during Cromwell Zembower's term as president in 1951-52. Tuohey was . president of the Cabin John Park'Volunteer Fire Company and was recently honor ed by the Montgomery County association for his many years ol membership in the organization. Toys Beiiig Fixed The Salvation Army is collecting toys for Christmas, according to Capt. Daniel Biggs, commander of the Citadel. He said the toys are being repaired as received, by the Citadel's Red Shield Boys Club. 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There's.a'separate secret compartment for big bills, top. Gleaming leather in choice of. glowing colors. Red, blue, green, tan and white! JEWELRY DEPARTMENT" L B€RHJT€IN 9HINCCNTRC j for church repairs and redecora- i tion. | Next year it'll be 70 acres. I for PEOPLE Who WORK A SfMciolimJ LOOA Stmet $23, $100, $200 up to $1200 Get. money -'to pay .ill;your : bllls »t once. Spread repayment over a number of months. If needed.'the money will be ready in one day. CMM In tr. M »•*• MUM, p**» Mm PA 2-4900 Outstanding Simmon's Sofa Bed Value JPOBLIC IOANJ "^ ^ <!••/«• a TinM ^ REGULAR $99.95 VALE NOW ONLY •• . • i. • . • - ' *' The cleon-cut styling of this regular"$99.95 Simmon's is yours for only S89.95 at Bernstein's. We've an outstanding colletcion in o choice of colors . , . and these their practical styling will harmonize with any furniture. Quickly converts into a full-size bed. Start Your Christmas La/away of . . . 9-11 N.C€NTRC 3 1.3 3 3 36,367 3 8,3 5 6 U 0.0 2 3 U 0,6 5 14 UL667 42,1*63 U 2,8 8 2 1*3,331 il 3,3 & 2 UU.768 «45,2H7 45/752 146,111 4 6.7 5 7 > 7,0 11 U 7.8 0 9 48.323 48,678 49,503 49,906 5 0,2 0 0 5 0.8 0 6 51.246 5L889 5Z457 53,070 53,955 5 4,6 7 8 55,100 55,906 5 6.0 3 4 56,904 5 7.2 0 4 5 7.8 5 4 58.318 58.984 59,532 59,904 60,211 60.978 6 LI 13 6L557 6 1.8 09 6 2,0 1 6 6Z405 62.789 62,982 6 3,0 0 0 * *Mor« than 63.000 ; modern housewives in this area now cook electrically • >». THl ••<•• POTOMAC EDBON COt

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