Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 15, 1955 · Page 20
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 20

Cumberland, Maryland
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Tuesday, November 15, 1955
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TWENTY EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for t WANT AD Taker University Man Critical Of Methods Teacher Finds Fault With Announcement On "No Drinkine" Gunshot Wound jMacPliailTalk; jDescribed As BJEntertaining In Head Fatal To Baltimorean COLLEGE PARK, Md. iP—Ri*-N' d a. BALTIMORE <& - James Randal, 35, died early today in5 .Union Memorial Hospital of 3 gun-f jsbot wound in the head. | | William i?. Randol. his father, | Issid he found his son in a third-* -.floor bathroom test night. Polices Former Bowie Race Track Head Seeking Contract Damages Obituary Md. <.?—The told a jury •ee martinis! *• tContiuued '.ram Page 13) jFuneral : Home where services will:' Piedmont Presbyterian Church.jbe conducted tomorrow at 1 p. m. Burial will be ui Queens Pointjby Rev. Donald Anderson, pastor Cemetery, Keyser. . jof Trinity Lutheran Cburch, of! Mrs. .Mamie Moxley ficiating. Interment will be in Hill- j .Mrs. Mamie (Wempe < Moxley, crest Burial Park, Cumberland. 130, widow of Roley '*"- Moxley, diedj James B. Lambert •yesterday at her home in Balti-f F ARSONS — James Bruce Lam•more. ,'bert, 59. died Sunday at the Tucker ! A native of this city, she was aiC^iniy Hospital here. Committee Starts Check Of Newsprint Company President Says Returns Oh Investment Not High CALHOUN, Tenn.'.?—A. sufacom mittee of the House \Women Rescued From Fire In Rooming House At Toivson TOWS0N, Md. IS — Two women were rescued by police and a man jumped to safety early today wben» a tire broke out in a large roomingj a youn Spence tbea lifted another man OB his.shoulders and they formed ladder for the escape of> girl who was afraid to prevented resaiersjJ^P from a second'floor window. from entering the front of the du-j The Towson. Luthervflle . and pies but Patrolman "George Spencejpikesville Ore companies confined the Baltimore County policejjj, e y^g ^ y, e basement and-first and drinking" order was handled, nreatmem for a nervous break-Sin js53 •• The Diamwidback, university^'*'*' about four months ago at an<bis. lang . newspaper, said Carev's criticism iE!li "« ! " City ba=piiai- He returnediraiher than came in a talk on suppression of k 0 " 52 abcat £ mmih ago. nev/s on the campus. He was quoted as saying stood "full-square" in back President Wilson H. Elkins f0r;"\j i 1-1».» "his mo-drinking) sand", tat add-;i>eW AClClltlOll ed he "stood further back" on the; Headed by Chairman Arthur. G. , - - - » j - i , offices located in the other, ihalf were not damaged. William D. Mac-Milan, represent-! ling the former major league base seetion- Surviving are a son, Rolandus jball magnate, said an attempt was/E. Moxley. 624 North Augusta '- - • - -'cause-Avenue, Baltimore, with whom she •made her - home, and a grand- ioeicg rnsde to make & jcclefare" of the msninis. ] MaciQjlan represents MacPhail Daughter. fin ee he ".stood iurtner MCE on uie; no. the tetter's .effort to collect; - A - requiem high mass will be making and announcement of a de-:, .Centra^ Assembly of_God_Churchjs2sr,000 from Bowie. The trackjcelebrated tomorrow at 9 a. m. ing of the administration, fratemi-; TlK church, located at !03 Jobn-i Was charged with being drunk and] ty%nd Diarnofidback repre5enia-_;f° R Streei, plans an addidon ffjassaultrng a State policeman of the! tives. Mrs. Ida Stanbaugh FROSTBURG — Mrs. Ida Stanby 25 feet with a concretdsouthern"Maryland track on Aprilibaugh, 36, of Chambersburg, Pa., This might have avoided, he acd-N«x* foundation, brick walls andfn, 1353., the "riotous-drinkers" impres-i^-^P^'H 011 . 1 " 00 " . . I -' !ac -^' Jia Sirs. Gladvs Lambert: two step- Meifl <D-N"Y), the House group be sons, Joseph F. Kohler, Tucson, Ariz., and C. R. Kohler, Phoenix, Ariz.: a sister, Mrs. Louise White, Findley, Ohio, and five brothers, J. Herman; Walter W. and Gordon G. Lambert, all of Parsons; Dr. ; 0. D. Lambert, Morgantown, and: Harry Lambert, Charleston. : Services v.-ill be conducted tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Greenlief Funeral Home bv Rev. James E.: Callihan, pastor of the Parsons; la former resident~ died yesterday Baptist Church, and Rev. G. Bland ed, sion given by •Vjiherv/sse respon-i sible newspapers which have The building engineer also grant-iclieht used some indelicate expres- Esso Standard Oil Company aisions in an argument with several ' acknowledged his at V/ashingtcs County Hospital in Hagerstown. Brady, pastor of the Parsons Unit-j Brethren Church. Interment' v?as the. widow of John Stan-will be in the Parsons Cemetery. tendency to look for the sensationaliP 6 " 11 ^ " to erect a service station on .members of the Horsemen's Pro- baugh of Frostburg. She is sur- ' Rickey Senrices . : in matters concerning colleges." \^°is 104. 105. 100 and part of Ifl7{tecliye Assn.. bat said his languageh'ived by a son, Me!vin Stanbaugh,j Services for Willis M. ^Rickey, Although the Diaroondback is Frederick Street at the corner ofjv/as only "entertaining." |Chambersburg; •^ _ . , . .• ... IT ;_ J - _ r«i ' _ £ /"* i -t L*. A _~ ^ •«-. *.. __i.._. i_''. i •»•••.. »-fc» -•.•; C* _.__««.«<-. ^.rTII ' not censored, it is Jaced with sup-JLinden Street. Cost of the one-j He-also acknowledged SfecPhailj • Services will be conducted tomor- pression ol news, said Carey. istory structure is estimated atihad told two State troopers to "getjrow at Chambersburg. "" '"* ' " ~~ J *~ "--"' ™~ a n *"• The Diamondback had reportedpl5,000. that Editor Roger Keyes had beeni^ /-~T7 iHtj asked to leave a meeting of Inter-!8>o / Collected Here Fraternity Councn. The wuncajp Heart Association had met to discuss Dr, Efkins f loff your fat fancys" and to "get fousy. Mrs. H. D. Burkhart KEYSER—Mrs. Harry D. Burk; He said -those words, however, j hart. 32, of 142 Overton Place, died did not warrant the "rough treat-lyesterday at Potomac Valley Hos- who died yesterday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Wylie iL ;Faiv: Jr., 531 Washington Street, wfll be conducted tomorrow at 1 p.m. at the residence by Rev. Howard Amoss, pastor of Centre Street Methodist Church. Interment wfll meni" MacPhail got from the pital v/here she had been admitted be in TBIicrest Burial Park. warning that there had been im\ A total of S67 was collected forstroopers he thought were failing to-a week ago after injuring herself! Pallbearers will -be Charles ... -....M,.,^.. .vf ,S-~Zr*lrir*rt nn tUrtHHa & f!o'yorrM-i"!a rrflit rVninfv TTpartjnn ihf»rr vt'n m /^rtnfrnllinff t-raffr/^iin a. I3l] SL her hdnie. Idn'nv f^nrlnt- .TTirr-frirMT ' Tli-mr many reports of drinking on the campus and that an old ban it would be strictly en- Hhe Allegany-Garrctt County their job in controlling Association fund last Friday night out of the track. {Gehr, Charles Furtney, . during the Veterans Day parade. I The jurors, promised by ?,Iac-|a daughter of the late Mr. and " A native of Baltimore, she wasj Simpson. Lynn Lashley, Walter The money :v.-as collected fay mem-.Millan, that they were "really go- bers of Voiture 164, Forty andjing to be enfertaihed" during the Eight Society. itrial, were told MacPbail only against forced. Two weeks ago the paper also editorially .expressed disappointment in the Faculty Senate's barring of, the press from its meet-, , . . irigs. The senate is part of a faculty welfare chairman of the Society. jrnenL" assembly organized earlier in thef •••"-— '--— —— j -MacPhail charges Bowie man- The collection program wasjused his knee against the troopers; headed.'by-Paul'"C. Wcisenmiller,|fo ward off further "rough treat-; Mrs. George Stuiber. She is survived by her husband. Harry D. Burkhart: a daughter, Mrs. John H. "Withers, Buckhannon; two grandchildren and a great grandchild.. . The body is at the Markwood year. St.'Mary's ; ; •-.-(Continued from Page 11) ^.Ticket booth and awards committee, Mws Mary Margaret Dougherty, Dolores Eirich. Michael McDade. Joseph Leasure.l . Joseph Sirna, WiHam Mantheiy,j^ ttempl!S Suicide Jahies E. Coylc. Leo Wempe, and • Rev. Robert F. Hopkins, treasurer. Pact Talks Resume WASHINGTON (^-Contract jagement with breach of the con-j they agreed to in June 1352. gotiations between the . West ' Vir-j^S ^-v-r* • ginia Pulp ;and Paper Co. and ihe^jr\Jf- CIO's United Paper V/orkers todayj|- ' A ' T entered the second day of talks, iJLOSCS Appeal which resamed yesterday after a two-week recess. Games committees, members of the Men of St. M?.ry's and the CYO, Edward Bergman. Regis Brinker, Thomas Carney, Thomas Carroll, Arthur Connell, Charles Brftighner, Arlic Davis, Joseph, Dl Gilarmo, Thomas Danahy, Thomas Dunn, Albert Fisher, Albert . Greene, Joseph Footen, John Hocking, Eugene Kellcy, Edward Lyons, George Loan Jack Malone, Michael McDadCi William Nev/nam, UPPER MARLBORO, Md. W! — Mrs. Dorothy Willow, 23, accused of strangling her two-week-old daughter, attempted suicide yesterday. v James Van, Ernest WeisenmiHer, Andrew Saliga, Joseph Webb and CHarles Weiscnmillcr. Awards "booth, Mrs. H. C. Splicer and Mrs. Stanley Spicer, . and chairman of publicity, Joseph Footen. • BALTIMORE ,<J?, — THE U.S. Court of Appeals has upheld a lower court jury ruling which_ denied i damages to Mark J.-Harnmett, a congressional candidate^in- the Republican primary of 1952.; . , Hammett contended he was ridiculed by an article in the old Washington Times-Herald during the campaign and it cost him votes in the Fifth District election. The newspaper (now the Post and Times-Herald) argued the information in the article v/as taken from a campaign pamphlet distributed by Hammett as a description of himself to the voters. Two Wills Probated In Orphans Court Two wills were admitted to probate today in Orphans Court. The ,will of Mrs. Jane Fair, Midland, who died October 27 names her daughter, Elizabeth M. Fair, as executrix and beneficiary. The will-of Harold J. Howard, city, who died April 17 lists his widow, Mrs. Clare A. Howard, 31 Weber Street, as, beneficiary and executrix. Hariman and Frank Wright. The family requests that flowers be omitted. . . Burke Services Injured In Fall Mrs. Ida Jones, 76, of 10 Hampton Place, is reported in "good" condition at Memorial Hospital where she was admitted yesterday with a broken hip sustained in a fall at her home. A requiem mass wDI be celebrated tomorrow at 9 a. m. at St. Patrick's Church for Mrs.,. Ella Burke, 81, who died yesterday at her home, 234', Columbia Street. Interment' will be in the parish cemetery; The Sodality of. the church will recite the rosary today at 7:30 p. in. at the residence. Reeser Services Services for Mrs. Susie Jane Twigg Reeser, 34, of Oldtown, who died yesterday at Memorial Hospital, will be conducted tomorrow at irst Church of the Nazarene and lev. Arthur Scrogum, pastor of -iving Stone Church of the Breth en, will officiate, and interment 'ill be in ML Olivet Cemetery near Mown. ;an the study after recent price creases and predictions of a worldwide shortage of the commodity, in the near future. ••'" • ; Klein was accompanied by .Rep. Samuel N. Friedel (D-Md) and committee staff. - -...'.- " August B. Meyer of New York, resident of the Bbwater Paper }o.. Inc., told the congressnsen his ompany originally, spent eo.mfllion dollars in building' the plant' and ias : another 30 million project-Tinder construction. By next-April, he said, the company •%¥ill.h"ave; ja- vested 100 millions in a:. plant 'eared to produce-300,000 tons o! newsprint annually. ,. ..-. ... '"There has been so much information intthe press about : what. paper companies- are earning'ffom newsprint," Meyer o fa s e r'Xr fe d. 'When,you take into consideration he capital investments on a plant jasis, returns on the percentage )asis are'comparatively low."- . Emphasizing that the inquiry has not developed enough facts at present, for a positive statement,"Friedel declared: . "I feel the industry "is not producing enough newsprint because-it inds it more profitable to convert production into.other.grades of ^p per." -. ,..._. ...--;.-.-.- -.. The Maryland congressman said it may become necessary-lo "find some way to enlarge' production- of newsprint through federal subsidy or some other way." Iron Workers To Meet Local 568, Iron Workers Union, (AFD, will meet.Saturday at 3 p.m. in the AFL Labor Temple. The Corner You C an Bank On For The Best O! All Modern Banking Services COMING! Slit unlay. Nov. IDili Our Griind Opening ! Souvenirs! Prizes! COND National Bank Federal Dtpotit /n*urancc Corporation ity Officials f Continued from, Page 13) chicles daily. The protection con- ists of automatic flashing lights, utomatic gates and bells, and the ates are equipped with arms hich halt the pedestrian traffic. Have Auxiliary Power. One of the most interesting lings observed by the council was ie fact that in the event of a ower 'breakdown, the gates con- nue to operate on batteries. The ates also are forced into a lower- d position during the time of a reakdown, which halts vehicle raffic and prevents accidents. If the system is installed in Cum- . erland, traffic lights would be reeled along Henderson Avenue nd during the time that trains are n the crossing, the traffic moving long the avenue would be given ic right-of-way. The system would'also do away r ith the stop signs on Henderson venue, allowing traffic to flow nuch faster. this is vourkni iC Genuine Steak knife only ~ floors LOOK beautiful = -STAY beflMtiful WikoSca! give floors a beauty treatment that .lasts *nd lasts. Por Wilco-Seal does mote than merely cover'tHe sur- fece, it penetrates down into the pores of the wood—literally becomes part of it! You'll be delighted by the rich Inster Wilco' Seal'produces. 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