Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 10, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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WIGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for * WANT AD Taker: School Principals Air Physical Ed Program NAMED GUARDIAN —Harold H. Corbin, a New York lawyer, has been appointed by Surrogate William T. Collins in New York to be special guardian for the two children of slain millionaire-sportsman, William Woodward Jr. (AP Photofox) Herbert R. Steiner, state super visor of physical education and recreation, met this morning with elementary school principals of Al- [egany County and discussed ways in which physical education program for elementary pupils can be made more effective. Steiner met yesterday with Miss Winifred Greene and Miss Mildred E. Willison, county elementary school supervisors. They visited several schools, among them Parkside, LaVale and Virginia Avenue, to discover ways in which the playground space can je used more effectively. The elementary scnool supervisors emphasized that physical education means much more than sim- )ly playing a few games such as >aseball and basketball on the school grounds. It involves all § Wife Granted Divorce, 3 Equity Suits Docketed ; A divorce has been granted in ' Circuit Court to Pauline G. Nixon -•from Charles E. Nixon. She was also granted custody of their child- .ren. Three equity suits have been filed in court. The bills of complaint were titled Jacqueline A. Finnegan against Herbert L. Finnegan, Ei- 'leen V. Brown against Walter T. Brown, and Frank B.. Moreland ~3r., against Freda S. Moreland. WANTED Cathermon's Business Schoo young woman student wants jrivate home downtown o West Side where she may work before and after schoo and on week-ends in return 'or board and room. Dial PA 4-0966 types of directed play and in- eludes such things as health instruction, skill games, ' rhythm games, singing games and folk dancing. Steiner will return to Cumberland several more times during the school year and will meet with small groups of principals and teachers. Today's program was the third involving all of the elementary principals in three weeks. Fly Inn Fined For Fly Flock •PLAINWELL, Mich. -(INS)- A state inspector told a judge that Viole Rae, owner of the Fly Inn, permitted too many flies in her restaurant. He added: "We' found the place full of flies." She was given a suspended fine of $100 and placed on a year's probation. Although lobar pneumonia used to killed one in five patients who icontracted it, the use of antibiotics has drastically re'duced pneumonia death rates. La Vale Organizes Lions Club, Elects Of ficers The LaVale Lions Club was organized at a meeting Tuesday, and officers were elected for the year. The club was formed under the sponsorship of . the Cumberland, Frostburg and Cresaptown Lions clubs. ' ; Delegates from all of the sponsoring clubs attended the organization meeting in the LaVale Fire Hall, according to Alvin E. Yaste, LaVale, international counselor, who organized the unit. The club was chartered with 40 members and the charter will remain open through November. A charter presentation ceremony will be held in December. Elected officers at the organizational meeting were: Henry H. Lowery, president; Floyd'V. Cozad, secretary; Jack Snyder, treasurer; Edward Solomon, first vice president; Dr. Charles Beamer, second vice president, and Ray Nine, third vice president. Frank E. Tepper was elected Lion- tamer and Richard Heacox, tail twister. Directors will be Thomas Gilchrist and Robert R. Kuykendall, two years, and Dr. C. N. Foose Jr., and Richard Schwab, one year. Also representing Lions Interna- tional was John Yoder, zone'Chair- man. ..-.'.•';" The election was held following a dinner served by the Auxiliary of the LaVale Fire Company. Plans svere made to meet every other week in the LaVale Fire Hall. , , ;' The new club; will carry on the traditional Lions projects, such as sight conservation. Yaste said the club will fulfill a need in the community which already has a population of about 8,000. Massachusetts has 1,696 miles of railroad. FUNERAL FLOWERS ;,"5.oo BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 N. liberty SI. ffc PA-1U330 il I V£? ANY PAIR OF $11.98 Men's Shoes with any men's suit purchase over $40* not only get a fine suit at an extra low price, but you get a free pair of shoes with it! New Fall suits of fine materials in single-breasted styles. Expertly tailored and available in patterns and solid colors. Choose any suit over $40 and a fine pair of $11,98 shoes is yours FREE! EASY TERMS O. PAY AS YOU WEAR! ANY PAIR OF $8.98 LADIES' Shoes FREE with any ladies' coat over $30* New coat styles at "pin-money" prices! All-wool fleeces and chinchillas. Zibelines, fur fiber fabrics, twist tweeds and curls in boxy and fitted models. 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