Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 8
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illGHT EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1955 Dial PA-2.4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker Beer License Surrendered The Allegany County Board of Alcoholic Beverages License Commissioners suspended 'the beei license of Mrs. Georgie Winkler at Barton yesterday and 20 mjnutes later received, a letter in which she surrendered her permit. The hearing on Mrs. Winkler's license was held in absentia when she failed to put in an appearance. Walter C. Capper, board chairman, said it was the first time in his recollection that a defendant had failed to appear for such a hearing. Representatives of the board last night expressed some uncertainty as to the effect of Mrs. Winkler's action in mailing her beer license to Joseph E. Boden, clerk of Circuit Court. It was uncertain whether Mrs. Winkler intended to surrender her license merely for the period of the. .suspension or permanently. Mrs. Winkler and Mrs. Gertrude j Custer, a-part-time waitress in the i tavern, were found guilty October j 19 by an Allegany County Circuit! Court jury on charges of'selling beer at the tavern on Sunday, .Sep tember- 11. Liquor inspectors said a sale'was made at 12:07 a. m Mrs. Winklar was fined S50. ' for frEOPLE Who WORK A SfMtitJind Loan Strv/c* $25, $100, $200 up to $1200 Get money to pay all your bills at once. Spread repayment over a number of months. If needed, the Boney will be ready in one day. CMM fa •*, 19 »ir* ttmm, pta»« f nt 61 North Centre St. , C»rn*r Fr*d*rick Cumberland PA 2-4900 PUBLIC LOAN -CORPORATION CONVrCTED OF MURDER — Kenneth Jordan, 18, of Eatontown, N. .J., leaves the Warren, 0., jaillast night to hear a jury convict him of first degree murder in the icepick slaying of Sylvia Tanner, 15, of Warren last July 15. The jury recommendation of mercy spared him from the electric chair and made a life sentence mandatory. Flanking him are Deputies John Bluedorn, left, and Ed James. . (AP Photafax) Your Horoscope Look in the section in which your birthday comes add find what your outlook is, according to the stars, For Thursday, November 17. 19."'5 MARCH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—Jupiter and the .Moon's fine positions encourage new .business, personal achievement, sound money matters and other durable ventures. "APRIL 21 to MAY 20 (Taurus)—No realty unfriendly .aspects but, in some instances, artistic and personal- affairs may require patience and astute judgment. Sound business, finances, your occupational duties favored. MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—Generous influences for useful, purposeful enterpriser, trades, industry, mechanical matters, for health measures, surgery, dentistry, chemistry and research- in Beneficial fields. JUNE 22 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Excellent influences for education, study, caching, government, civil defense and nterests relating to the public. All worthwhile activities can advance. JULY 24 to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—This day especially favors-conferences, seek- ng legal advice, holding meetings for worthwhile''purposes. It. is also stimulating for progressive methods and sound business matters. Good influences. AUGUST. 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virgo)—Don't be too slow, timid or conservative . to grasp advantages, progressive- suggestions now. Advice to Gemini pertains to you, too. SEPTEMBER 24 to OCTOBER 23 (Libra)—Be aggressive, eager for fresh at- See "LEE" For TV Remember-Dial PA 2-2280 For Best Sets and Service . CENTRE ST.^ Watches* Diamonds* Si Ivcr wa i-e^ tainment. Today inspires the doer.- Add new, perhaps unique, touch to even daily routine. Have system and don't waste time on unessential*. OCTOBER 24 to NOVEMBER 22 (Scorpio) — Physicians,' brokers, lawyers,' judges, merchants, employees "in all aranches of labor of business and skilled mechanics are urged to go forward now. Invigorating influences! NOVEMBER 23 to DECEMBER 22 (Sagittarius)—This day's planetary aspects should liven up your ambition and eagerness v to attain more than just the usual. Yoiir Jupiter is in auspicious position for your specific interests. DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capricorn)—You should be keen and more astute in judgment now. Resourcefulness, clever management, new ideas, and promoting worthwhile endeavors all encouraged. JANUARY 22 to FEBRUARY 20 (Aquarius)—Some tasks may come hard- than others now but keep in mind that this day has friendly Jupiter, Moon and Neptune aspects:' they incline 'toward achievement, progress—AND contentment. ^ FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) —Very propitious influences. Undertake as much as possible, without, straining health, even though you may not be able to complete all / today. Get started promptly. . . • :..-•-. 'YOU BORN TODAY have well defined characteristics; are independent, fomT^of outdoor pleasures- and the good things n life: have good judgment and astute business sense yet may tend to procrastinate. You can truly succeed in any occupation if you give it steady, rather than sporadic, attention. Heed the value of system and consistency; apply them your everyday endeavors. You have fine capabilities. Make proper use of them. Birthdate: Ceo. Grote, English historian. . Copyright, 1955, King Features Syndicate, Inc. OdiimTaken To Baltimore By Deputies Harold Paul Odum, 60, who has been in County Jail.about a month, was taK'en to Baltimore yesterday in custody of two deputies from the office of U. S. Marshal Gerald F. Bracken. Freed last Wednesday as a suspect in the $27,000 Lee Green burglary of six years ago. he has been held since then in default of $20,000 bond on a federal charge of participating in the embezzlement of S423.77L from a Rochester, N. Y., industrialist. Odom, whose home is in Connecticut, will be turned over to the federal marshal from Rochester pending action in the Federal Dis trict Court for the Western District of New York at Rochester. He is accused of participating in the bizarre swindle of Augustine- Cunningham, 77, of Rochester in a plot stemming from the 1929 stock market crash. Arrested by the FBI 1 near Baltimore October 12, Odom was >rought to Cumber-land and for a few days was held in the City Jail as efforts were made to link him with the Green burglary, which occurred in LaVale October 11, 1949. The deputies who returned Odom :o Baltimore were Edward J. Crew and Gordon B. Mitchell. His $20,000 jond was set after a hearing last Wednesday before U.S. Commissioner James Alfred Avirett. American Indians- When Columbus arrived in 1492, the total "Indian population of the North American continent was about 1,150,000, with 846,000 living within the present boundaries ol the United States. f New Church At Short Gap Discussed Committees of Short Gap Chapel Methodist Church met last night to air plans for construction of a new church in the community. The proposed structure will be built at a cost of between $35,000 and $40,000. lions were to night. The new building, to be structed of concrete block con- and j brick veneer, will replace the present edifice which was built about 100 years ago. A spokesman last night said that the acquisition of the necessary site will afford ample parking facilities which the present site lacks. The new church will measure 40 feet by 72 feet and will contain a basement and a first floor. The furnace room, kitchen and dining room, which can be used for Sunday school classes, will be located in the basement. .The sanctuary and offices of the minister will be on the first floor. A belfry is also being planned as well as a cement porch in front of the structure. Bids on the project are expected to be opened in about three weeks and construction work will get under way as soon as possible. Chairman of the building committee is Norwood Bohrer. Pastor of the church is Rev. Lonzo Harman cf Fort Ashby. Building Complaint SCRANTON, Pa.-tB-It's getting; to be a habit at the home of John! McGurgan. Five times within three! months a brick was hurled through J a window of his home. And hei told police he can't understand whyj his windows are a target for thej brick tosser. Swimming the English Channel j began about 80 years;ago.- j Thanksgiving GREETING CARDS - ond -. PARTY FAVORS ' . . • , 'Post Card Shop 25 N. Centre St. Equity Siiils Filed Equity suits have been filed ia Allegany County Circuit Court by Leonard W. Sirbaugh, against Doris Sirbaugh, and Edward E. Nolan, against Lillian C. Nolan. I,5OO,OOO More than a million and a half folks like you get cash they need at HFC every jear. HERE'S WHY: 520 to $1000 without tndort»n . Up to 24 month* to npay • Loom for any flood r»a»o*i • Fait, ont-day M/V/C* • Lift inii/ronj* on all leant without extra coif to you Need money? Bills to pay? Call HFC today! --- ' Loans abate $300 an watte vndn Hie Industrial Finance Law OUSE HO ID FINANCE 12 South Centre St., S. E. Cor: Baltimore 2nd Floor — Dial PA '2-5200 — Cumberland Loans Made to Residents of Nearby Taunt New Water Line Readied For Use The new water line to Ridgeley has been sterilized by City Water Department employes, according Lo Commissioner William J. Edwards, who said the line will be soon placed in use. The:-line will-replace Ridgeley's water supply line on the old Blue Bridge,: which is slated:to come down during the course of the present. £lobd" control, contract on the river. -... ' "." .' . Edwards said-crews directed by eorge M. Hitchcock, superintend- 1 erit of the Evitts Creek Water Company, flooded the line with water containing 50 parts per million of chlorine. The line was blown out Monday morning and filled with city water riaving two ppm. o£ chlorine. Samples o'f the water now in the line liave been tested for bacteria and found negative. Normal Driving Speed Proves Best In Travel DETROIT (VPt - The 33:9-mile stretch of expressway from downtown Detroit to Willow Run Airport is a veritable speedway. As an experiment, one car hit it up to 92 miles per hour and saved every minute possible. . Another traveled at normal speeds. The time saved by speeding: 10 minutes. My name is Newt Kook. My whiskey is made in Kentucky. There's an old saying we like around these parts... Men meet, n mountains never." Which is another way of saying that men can get together if their hearts move them to. And there's no better way of getting together than over a bottle of J. W. Dant, my genu-, ine sour r jnash Kentucky Bourbon. Maybe thafs why Dant has become America's largest selling Bonded Bourbon.* Bye now,. AMERICAS LARGEST SEIUtf6 BONDED BOURBON 100 PROOF XEHTOCKy STRAIGHT BOURBON President '' DANT Dismmr. Oun. KIMTCCKT inMl W«k My* M» Kft 86 PROOF Kentucky Straight Bourbon ••<!• br th« ilow, coitli«r genuine •our-m«ih method. Old* Bourbon fy-i^ WINNER OF BELL SEWING MACHINE CONTEST: Mrs O. F. Mclntosh Roberts Apartment, Wesrernporr, Md. FURNITURE . COMPANY YOUR CHOICE! the newest styled bedroom suites Cumberland and Keyser, W. Va. $ 50 OFF CHOICE ..: of 3 pc. Maple Suites Poster Bed Chest Dresser .... 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