Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 5
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, November 11, 1955
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DM PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND,; MD- FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1955 FIVE Leadership Conference Opens At Local Church ...-.An Episcopal leadership confer^ "ence is being held today at Holy, .Cross Episcopal Church.- 16.Vir- . ginia Avenue. The conference chairman is Rev. . Richard. Smith of the National Leadership Training . Division of the National, Council. Assisting t will be Mrs. Elwood.Haines, executive secretary of the Department of Christian Education of the dio- '•cese of Maryland. •• A meeting of all Episcopal clergymen of the area' opened at •2:30 p. m. 'and continued. until -4:30 p. m. Tonight from 7:30 p. m. : until 10 p. m: a , meeting of school teachers from Alle• gany and Garrett counties will be held. The conference theme will be ."Planning in the Church School." :. ; There will be discussion also of the .New Curriculum of the Episcopal ."Church being used for the first time this.'year.. Representatives , =are expected from 'Emmanuel '-Episcopal Church, St. Philip's "^Episcopal Church, St: George's .-.Episcopal Church, St. John's Epis- Inlormation Service For Deaf Launched PITTSBURGH— (INS) —A national information service has been launched by Radioear Corp., oldest company in the field of electronic hearing aids, replacing ifc? now. .defunct Public Information Center of the American Hearing Aid-Ass'n., in New York. E. J. Myers, Radioear board chairman', said the service will disseminate non-commercialized information on hearing-and deafness and the hearing aid industry. It will be directed by Leonard Davis. copal Church, St. Peter's Episcopal Church, St. James' Episcopal Church, St. Matthew's Episcopal Church and the Garrett County diocesean missions. Crater Lake, in the crater of ancient Mount Mazama, Ore., revealed' minor signs of under-surface activity Tn 1945. Veterans Day Talk Presented Capt. Henry W. Tubbs Jr., inspector-instructor for the Marine Corps Reserve here, "told members of the Senior Citizens Club yesterday that Veterans Day is a monument to victory, but also a symbol of failure. Veterans, or Armistice Day, he said, is a day of pride in the achievement of others and humiliation in our own. The Armed Forces, he added, can wage wars but cannot make peace. A symbol of the failure, he continued, is the United Nations, full of hope \vhen it was formed io years ago but now^ riddled by fear and suspicion. The Armed Forces, he added, do not think war is the only way out and do not want a "preventive" war.' He warned that working out a lasting peace may take a long time, : due to the intensity of the ideological difference which exist in the world today. Capt. Tubbs" talk was the main feature of the meeting of the Senior Citizens Club which met yesterday afternoon in the Elks Club here. ' Heavy Damage Results In Fire At Restaurant Heavy damage was caused by a fire last night at Gehaufs drive-in restaurant at the intersection of Route 40 and Winchester Road. The fire,'which apparently ori- nated in the ventilation system above the stove in the kitchen, caused extensive damage to the roof and a false ceiling in the restaurant. The interior of the building was damaged, firemen said, by water and smoke. The blaze, fought by volunteers of four- companies, was brought under control about 8:30 p. m. after being reported about 7 p. m. However, volunteers from LaVale were on duty late last night "mopping up" the remnants of- the damaging blaze. LaVale received a call about 7 p. m. and minutes later volunteers from Clarysville, Cresaptown and Frostburg were called in to assist. Firemen reported the blaze between the false ceiling and roof of the : one-story building had to be fought in sections. Booster pumps were used at the outset of the blaze and later larger lines were trained into the building. Damage to the ceiling in the kitchen was not too extensive and more serious damage was done to the ceiling of the-dining room section. Grease apparently caught fire on the stove and. the fire was sucked up through the air duct into the false ceiling. When firemen arrived on the scene the entire roof was ablaze. The" fire fighters were not only hampered by the harrow space between the ceiling.and roof which contained insulation, but also by the weather conditions. The full amount of damage caused by the Gre was not known last night and whether or not the building and equipment was fully covered by insurance .also was not known. ••-... .. • . Cromwell C.-Zembower of-LaVale Fire Company, said unit of volunteers who were still cleaning up last night were in charge'of: Chief Bruce Long. . . .; Sunday School Picks Officers St. Luke's Lutheran 'Church School Association elected officers at its annual meeting this week. Clarence DeHave'n was chosen general superintendent with William J. Armbruster and W. Eugene Hilton as assistants. Mrs. George Zilch was named superintendent emeritus. Henry Zilch was elected secretary emeritus; Miss Betty Hammond, recording secretary: Homer Plummer, corresponding secretary, and Miss Virginia Koegel, treasurer. . Department superintendents are Mrs. Jack Means, nursery; Miss Betty. Hammond, primary; Miss Jeannette Bonig. juniors and Mrs. FranklandT. Sine, intermediate. Promotional secretaries are Louis Hoffman and Robert Hartsock. Music will be in charge of Mrs. Lawrence Middlekamp, Mrs. Robert E'hrbar, Mrs. William Lawyer, Mrs. W. Eugene Hilton and Miss Regina Eichner. TWUA Plans Wage Meeting A southern regional wage confer-.Council being held in Charlotte over ence will be held Sunday at Char-^e weekend, lotte, N: C.. by the Textile Workers Union (CIO). Boyd E. Payton of Charlotte, southern regional director of the union, said approximately 400 dele-1 ;ates from nine states were ex-1 peeked to attend. They will repre-jj sent about 75,000 workers. i « Emil Rieve of New York, TWUA " president, will be the keynote I speaker. Another speaker will be | Lome H. N'elles of Atlanta, region-1 al director for the United Steel * Workers of America (CIO). | The conference is to take up I the wage situation in the South I CASH LOANS TODAY! I $50-00 j $2.95 month—24 mos. f generally, with particular reference to the textile industry. jMelvin Harris, president, and lharles F, Davis, secretary-treas- . urer, will represent Celanese Local! j 1874 at the meeting. f They will also attend a meeting I of the TWUA's Celanese Advisory E larger Amounts Similar Terms LOAN SERVICE Incorporated .89 %. Main St., Frostburg IS S. Liberty St., Cumbtrland First plank road in the United States was -built in 1846 from Syracuse, N. Y., to nearby Oneida Lake. Free Customer Parking on our lot-S. George at Harrison ;'-• ' 'S. ' : Baltimore Street at George Free Customer Parking on our lot-S. George at Harrison Phone PA 2-3700 ' 1.98 Metal Willys Jeep for a Junior G.I... 1.77 CHOOSE FROM LARGE ASSORTMENT MANY AT SPECIAL SALE PRICES 3.95 Geiger Counter with batteries, ..3.77 3.95-Vinyl Doll, 16" tall. Saran hair.3.49 1.79 Assf. foam rubber Animals — Each 1.49 2.98 Superman Set to build muscles....2.69 6.95 El«c. 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