Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 11, 1955 · Page 14
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 14

Cumberland, Maryland
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a : WANT AD Takei Prexy Doused With Water By Panty Raiders ':.,.•-..• J • * MORGANTOWN, W. Va. <tf)~ Dr. . Irvin ; Stewart, president .of West Virginia University, was doused with a bucket of water early today in a "panty raid" staged by several hundred men students on the campus. ,"lt is a disgraceful contrast to the performance of the university s fine football team," declared Dr. Stewart. The campus is in a frenzy because unbeaten and sixth-ranked West Virginia meets its arch foot- The University's News Bureau! ball rival, Pitt, at Pittsburgh to- said some of the raiderr got souvenirs — unmentionables — at Terrace Hall, the dormitory for fresh- mefn women. morrow. The panty raid started as an impromptu pep rally-on Fraternity Row. Obituary (Continued from Page 13J Falls Church, Va., where she had resided the past two years. A daughter of the late George H. and Lydia (Goodman) Lottig, Mrs. Krapf was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Surviving, besides the son with whom she resided, are another son, William Krapf, Newark, Ohio, New Airplane Assembled At Hagerstown Designed To Take Off In Less Than 500 Feet; Developed In Secret WASHINGTON tf>-A light airplane designed, to land or take off and a brother, George H. Lottig in i ess than - 500 feet is in final Jr.. this city.. jassembly at the Fairchild Aircraft The body will be at the Steinjplant at Hagerstown, Md. Developed in secret and without from Fraternity Row- about 11:30! p.m. Their ranks swelled to 500 ; before the crowd broke up an hour, laterfBy the time it reached Wom-! . ». £ , rts « ^ «* Dr. Stewart promised disciplinary action and said some participants probably will be suspended from' school. None of those 5n- volved has so far been identified. Henry Hawkins, died October 31 at her home, in Flushing, Ohio, following an illness of nine weeks. She was a former resident of Fort Ashby. Survivors, besides her husband, include three daughters, , Mrs. HARRISBUJRG, Pa.: —.tf) — A| Doro thy Harris and Mrs. Naomi Tax Plan Risky Democratic proposed state tax on Thompson, both of Flushing, and -..,-., („ „,„„,„„.<. «-«- MrS- The i ma Campbell, Columbus, All Prescriptions Triple i* is* iS Checked Four Registered Phormacists : Reasonable Prices & PHARMACY 101 N. Centre's*; FREE DELIVERY Phones TA 4-3646 — PA 4-3647 Maryland"* Leading Prescription Sfor* federal income tax payments was viewed today by Gov, Leader as too.risky a solution for Pennsylvania's 10-month fiscal deadlock. "There 's some serious doubt about the constitutionality of a tax-on-tax," the governor declared. : * •• "I don't believe; in this llth month that we can afford tb run the risk of passing any tax program that might turn out to be unconstitutional," he told his news conference yesterday. : , • The House Ways and ..Means Committee -has under . consideration a bill by Speaker H.: G. An- drexvs' (D-Cambria) and Rep. Albert S. Readinger, Democratic floor leader, to impose a seven per cent state levy on federal income tax payments. Some Senate Republicans, have indicated such a plan would be given serious consideration. . . ; Civic Center Planned By Salisbury Group - SALISBURY UB—War Memorial Inc., with-558,000 in contributions already in the bank, has announced plans-to raise $400,000 for a civic center. •-. War Memorial Inc. was organized in 1944 to map plans for a Salisbury war memorial. The proposed civic center is the result. A supermarket is. planned in Omaha where helicopters can land. If they don't come down, prices may go up to meet them. Coming To Town ads Ohio, and a son, Harold Hawkins, Piney Fork, Ohio. Services - and interment. took place in Ohio. • • Mrs. Charles Fox BARTON — Mrs. Burvella Fox, former resident, wife of Charles Fox, died in-Muncie, Ind v She had lived here up until a few years ago. ' Surviving, besides her husband, are four daughters, Mrs. Margaret Arnold, Mrs. Kathleen Bisel, Mrs. Doha Beeman and Mrs. Betty Gowans; a number of grandchild ren and great grandchildren, all of Indiana; a brother, John S. Athey, Spokane, Wash., and a sister, Mrs. John Gardner, Lonaconing. Services and interment will take place in Indiana. ; Edward B. Gable Edward B. Gable, 53, of Overbrook, Philadelphia, died suddenly yesterday. He was a brother of Mrs. John J. McMullen, Cumberland. Survivors, besides Mrs. McMul- ien, include his widow, Mrs. Kathleen (Welsh) Gable, 'three sons, John J. .and Edward B. Gable Jr., at home, and Lt. Maurice Gable, Marine Corps • .a daughter,. Miss Kathleen Gable, at home; ^brother, Frank A. Gable,. New York City, and three other sisters.: Mrs. Palmer J. Sullivan, Mrs. .Robert K. Zerbe arid Mrs. Daniel- Heim; all of Philadelphia. . : : .:': Friend Funeral Services for Henry 'W. Friend 83, who died Wednesday at the home of a son, Albert Friend Bowman's Addition, will be conducted tomorrow at .2 p. m. at Swanton'.United Brethren Church Rev. Mr. Tike, United Brethren minister of Bloomington,, will officiate and interment will be in the church, cemetery. The body is at the _Stein Funeral Home. T Mrsi. Virginia Sichelsliel •'•' OAKLAND—Mrs. Virginia' Belle Sichelsliel. 80, a native of Garre'tt County, died Wednesday in Allegheny burgh. Born :lipstream principle.'.' They have applied the term STOL to aircraft of the type, for "short takeoff or. landing." Walter Tydon, Fairchild chief engineer, said the piston-engine Diane, carrying only a" pilot, could fitted with "a pod to carry cargo, or to move four to six men. He said that in addition to obvious military uses as a liaison plane, the J.I232 cqu|d be of great service' in civil defense. The first disclosure of-the new craft came'in a 'talk by R. A. Darby, Fairchild's chief- research and development engineer; before the Institute of the . Aeronautical Sciences here this week. Of its potential uses,: he isaid: •.-,. : It might be' higbly 'advantageous to use aircraft instead of trucks; right up • to the' combat units - in the forward' fringes of battle. "At home, in the event of a mas- sive'nuclear attack', the STOL airplane would' be an unprecedented means of transportation. '. "A fleet of STOL airplanes would be able to land almost anywhere along the blast perimeter, load victims, fly them at airplane speed in any ,weather to hospitals several hundred miles away.'' General Hospital, Pitts- in Bittinger, she was a daughter of the late William and Sarah (Hoover) Raley., Her, husband, Charles Sichelstiel, preceded her in death. . ... Surviving are a brother, C. M. Railey, Deep Creek Lake, and four sisters; Mrs. Daisy Wiltrout, Rockwood, Pa.; Mrs. Margaret Cron : son, Philadelphia; Mrs. : Myrtle Friend, Cumberland, and Mrs. Grashia Parker. Pittsburgh. The body is at the Bolden Funeral Home here where services will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. by Rev. John Atwell. Inter- Police Set Plans to Avert Traffic Jain From Game UiVIQNTOWN', Pa. -Wi-PoHce in this southwestern -Pennsylvania town—remembering me big traffic jam the last 'time the University of West Virginia'played the Pitt Jury Awards Couple $3,500 In Blaring Radio Court Test UPPER MARLBORO,~Md.-l.fl— A jury has awarded Air Fprce Sgt. and MrsI-Paiil-'Sabo $3,500 for being annoyed by a neighbor's blaring radio. '" ' '"' : ' taking any football' team—a/en't chances tomorrow. Practically all of the West Vir-' ginia fans travelling by auto pass ;J I A Circuit Court jury.-Wednesday returned the verdict against Mr. and Mrs." Isaac Gorman. The couples live" near-each oilier in-CJuihcy through the heart of the business!* 1300 ^ apartment"development ^ii«4_!«.i. -._ i_ A_ .T->:ti^t t_ 11631* lyilcVGriY. : ' ' .. O; - «'••-" •' •• '•••• district - en route- to Pittsburgh. Tomorrow, a special route has been set up, to speed the flow- of near Cheverly". The Sabos suit.against the Germans was based'on a'common law , . traffic. Police win'be stationed at P™ciple strategic intersections to keep thei ownersu from ^? m S their, holdmgs . . _ * in enr>h a -facninn. nc -t/i irtrarfaTra traffic moving fast. government funds as a company venture, the craft—known as the .M232-has large movable wing flaps to deflect the propeller slipstream , sharply ' downward, for! quick rise' or descent. Unlike conventional airplanes which reduce -power for landing,, the M232 would increase power on descent, to provide slipstream lift that would.compensate for the loss of lift from reduced forward speed. Fairchild engineers have labeled iSafe Driving Day 'Campaign Nears. .BALTIMORE iS> — Gov. McKel- diirwill launch the "Safe Driving- Day" campaign in.Maryland next' Monday by presenting citations to; 15 Maryland counties which had no: accidents when "S-D Day" first was observed last Dec. 15. .About 150 State, city and council in such a':fashion- as 1o interfere with the comfort and enjoyment of neighboring- property owners. Jerrold V. P.owers; .counsel for the.Sabos,. called the radio--blasts "fiendish and -ingenious."; Jgnatius J. Keane, , the • Gormans'; lawyer, called it "a.>petty neighborhood squabble;' ; and said '/people have to put up-with- normaL-- ; coniplica- tions of living in a close-neighborhood."'" "" " •';;••:-."_,.... Mrs. Sabo,.a native"of.'_Poiarid "A penny for your thoughts" becomes . more • and : more important. What .else -can you, buy with that! amount? .- ':• .:•.;; ;.'>. ;.-;- •"•'"•; Sabo, a cook at the polling Air Force Base Hospital,,'said' the, radio : noise began hi -1952, a' few mffiiths after he and his family moved into the Quincy Manor community^ . ;-. "One ,morning," he testified, "l! visited the Gorman home . and | asked Mrs. Gorman to turn' herj radio down and she' replied^ 'So it's finally getting under your skin'." ...-.',•• Sabo said his wife became so nervous she had to seek medical | aid. . • ... Ghiurch Plans Last Service Melvin Methodist Church,. Reynolds 'Street, will move'into its new sanctuary, next week. The last service in the old church building will be held Sunday. The the new .technique the "vectored officials, are expected at the pre- Cllncf T*O*3TV1 T"»*"li"»i'»?r\l A ** r*/twl-»»t4n»» limxtViXnn • . cr i%no. oauu, .,« uauv.c UL. _JTuiaiiu , i • • ,-- , • - . • •• -who was captured by the, Germans new sanetuary.Jocatetf.on the cor- flin 1941 amerced to^ork^on-a °!L.f '^™ A?^" 8 telephone Pact Talks Are Again Deadlock CHARLESTON, \V. Va. (ffl-An- other -four-day .recess, until next Monday - at-,2 -p.m.,- was in effect today in .contract-negotiations be tween Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. of West Virginia and the CIO Communications Workers. The recess came late yesterday when the union rejected the latest wage proposal! by-C: and P. Fed-' eral Mediator'- Joseph Wright de^ scribed'the talks as "deadlocked again." ment will be in Thayersville Ceme- :ery near Deep Creek Lake. Richard C. Turbin . - KEYSER^-Richard' Cole Turbiti, BO, died last night in Potomac Valley Hospital where he had been a patient a month. He had been in 'ailing health a year. A native of Mineral County, he was. a son of the late James A. and Sarah ; V. (Link).Turbin: Mr. Turbin was a member of Local 188, International. Brotherhood of Firemen and Oilers; Nancy Hanks Post. VFW; and Boyce-Houser Post 49, American Legion. Surviving are two sons, Howard E, and.Richard S. Turbin, both of Baltimore; three brothers, Charles W. Turbin. Frostburg: Clarence L. Turbin, Winchester, Va., and E. Wright Turbin.' Keyser, and six randchildren. The bpdy will be at the home of lis. son here, 39 Chestnut Street, ;b'morrow morning. Services will 3e conducted at the residence at 2 p. m. Sunday by Rev. 0. R. Whipkey, pastor of Keyser Assembly of God Church, and interment will be in Queen's Point Cemetery. sentation luncheon. Safe Driving Day this year will be Dec. 1. • Maryland didn't have a fatal accident last year on "S-D Day", nor on the two following days.- Man Dies, Anotlier Injured In Fire BALTIMORE CB — One man was burned to .-death and . another injured last.night when flames swept a three-story brick: house on North Exeter st. •- '. , .:..- • . .• , Seven persons.escaped, threeiby dropping from :a .second-floor window.-:-.•./.-•- -. :.-• The dead man was identifie,d: as Arthur. Howard; a Negro about-70, Admitted to Mercy .Hospital - with burns i of the face, back and arms was George 0. Hill, 63, also a Negro. He was reported in fair condition. .. - - •-•..- farm; tes tiffed Mrs! Gorman "hated me." -^ i:. . .-' . , A neighbor/Mrs. Laura Barnes, testified-Mrs. Gorman told her. she played the; radio on high .volume to annoy the Sabos and drive them away. Another neighbor, Mrs. Leota'Sarraf, isaid the'-'Gorman radio "sounded-'like a carnival."••" Gorman • testified Sabo : had complained-to "Him only once. Six other witnesses for the Gormans said they heard no loud noise from'the Gorman' radio:' Method Used (Continued froni.Page 13) ". There are exceptions even" there, however.- / . One mother said her junior high daughter was having trouble with math, and said the.basis was the girl didn't know her multiplication tables. Should she-drill the 'child in them? "By all means," replied Dr! Compton, saying there is little time for repetitious drills under the present -school system. She added: •. .-.-. .. : .-- : '. .--;• >.;- • ;' "After-. all,; it's; horrible to-have to count -on. your- fingers all the time." . Streets, adjoins the old building. The church has served people in east Cumberland 50 years, including two'other locations. '""-" ; A portion, of Sunday's service will include talks by members who have worshipped in- the cliurch since it began; The old church will serve as a' church school. Recreation programs; will also be held there.- •"'••• CUSTOM EARMOLDS for all types of HEARING AIDS No matter what make hearing aid you wear, you will.want the -"•'• ' comfort and efficiency of a Genuine Zenith Custom Earmold. Made from an exact impression • of your ear in Zenith's new, ultra modern Earmold -Laboratory., Available in two popular'type*: Rem«mfeer ...H'snot a gemmt ZtriHk Custom Earmold vnlea it bean ffce' ZtnHh ligMning-fafh imdnttarkl M HTtA CMKCE f«t MMIiSIt* PtOMPT HtlVttTI T. JEWELRY CO. Most Levy CbUected:: T Seventy per cent-of .the city levy had been. collected ,as of,October 31, City Auditor. Arthur -.B, ^Gibson reported today. ; .-Gibson. said '••. ,$1,117,415.44 -. had been .collected by-the ; jcity.. l gf the total levy, of Sl,595,630.V.The juncol^ lected the .end of. last month was $478,214.56. ' .".V.- He .said 587.4,432.05 .of h the tax levy,, .'off,.77.5 .' cent: .had.'been collected ITotapax lev'y, i.s ,|i^28,500. leavirig-ah.uncolleictfed.b.alaiice of $254,067.65.'...; ' '. \'_ . " " : "'.: City expenditures continue normally. As 'of 'October.' 31, (four months) the city had" expended ".35 "per "cent" of the" $1,350,296.81 33 appropriated, for operafing" 'expenses. Total 'expen'ded was :: $450"'368'.88 leaving a" bala'rfce of $899,927.93. : Stevenson Plans Attaelts On GOP; |;>)'{li5.->.j rtjiOIJsii'J hi:V .' •:•-<-'. WASHINGTON 'Wl-— Associates said today Adlai • E. Stevenson plans to accuse Republicans of be-| fuddling foreign policy and giving jig business too much voice in government; : " •.- - •••-•• Stevenson is' expected to;-announce next'Tuesday in Chicago he is available again for the Denfo- cratic presidential nomination' he won in 1952. USURER PLENftMINS- 11 vTtamiftrand 12 minerals' in one 'dailjr tablet." FORDV v DRUG STORED Cumberland and Frostburg Chest and Upright (ALL SIZES) Take Your Pick! Butchering timefis of hand.' Prepare--nov^ to .-freeze your meats by purchasing the most modern freezer, available in either an upright or chest model'. Beautiful, economical to operate, a pleasure to run and use. Upright Models ...; ...j.; .. 16 to 35^ IV Chest Models 10 to 24% ft. Priced from $299,00 to $689,00 Be Sure to See Us Before Purchasing Your,Freezer! > SOUTHERN STATES CUMBERLAND COOPERATIVE 811 N. Mechanic St. Dial PA 2-5940 € FREE- HELP WITH YOUR ELECTRICAL PROBLEMS JUST CALL THE LOCAL OFFICE OF YOUR The Potomac Edison Co. Tht American Legion waiifs the worid to know "It's GREAT To It An American Ugionnairt!" GRtAl because The American Legion gets things done. : because Legionnaires help make their hometowns better .through community service. GREAJ GRIAJ because iti membership it truly American—from every walk of life- of America, .-.:'. • '.•••- ' '.•..' . crois section' because it gives veterani a chance to help wartime buddiei and their families through rehabilitation and child welfare, programs. . ..'.•''" - . t because of its promotion of positive youth activities and in combating un-American propaganda. •• because it's endorsed by 3 million veterans of 3 wart in more than 17,200 posts. ' . e . • . . If you art m honorably discharged veteran ot World War I. World War II, or the Korean woi and Hot yot afRliatad with The American Ltgioo, why not contact your local post today? Thoro't a wortd ot 9004 comradtshift waiting for yaw. You'll »o quick to agree: "It's GREAT lit ••i An American UflaMiair*!" 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