Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 12
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 12

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 16, 1955
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TWELVE TIMKS. CUMBERLAND. MD.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker Men's Bible Classes Eye Federation A proposal: for forming a Federa tion of Men's Bible Classes in Alle gany County will be discussed a a meeting Friday at 7:30 p. rn. at Central YMCA. J. Walter McKee, this city, vice president of the Maryland Federa tion of Men's Bible Classes, said invitations to attend have been nuiled to some SO ministers and Bible Class leaders of this area. Present to assist in the organization meeting will be Senator Jacob R. Ramsburg, of Frederick County, who is president of the Maryland Federation of Men's Bible Classes. McKee, who is also a member of the Duke Memorial Men's Bible Class here, pointed out in his letters that the state federation was formed in 1929 to promote the movement. The federation, he added, also serves as a.clearing house for the best methods classes may use in providing the most loyal and efficient services to their own churches. The federation is vitally : nter- csted, McKee • said, in legislation regulating the sale of filthy litera- They'll Do It Every Time -.— :'• By Jimmy Hatlo JUD6E- 4LLOW /ME TO COHSR4TUL4TE VOL) \wn ON THE OUTST4NDIrt6 SiV^ W4y yoU HANDLED THAT COC04 8UTTER VERSUS PEANUT BUTTER CASE- HI/MSELF COULDN'T HAVE ,' C4RRIED' .C4SEi SIR' ^•SLOTT4 TE4R S4S THOSE COURTW'lM4TCDRNS4LVE THE/RE JESTERS 4I?E 6IVIN' THE OL' BOVHf H4NDIN6 OUT TO WlZZOKER JEU' SL4P 'EM DbWKl 4hJO /? V NEVfR WORKED Wt4EN TMEV ., LOVE IT-V^ 555 ^ TRIED IT Ot4 4 JURY- *&Y " WEM ° Sf " 'r/EVER'fWMDED'bOWM.' V/4 , I/DOM/ BV T^E I MotfOR-I WE4R VOJ'fJS, 4 CINCH FOR CHIEF JUSTICE-COULDN'T 4KE A BETTER. CHERCE-- PMOOTKISS IS > ''TRYIMSTOSETHIS BROTHER 4 JOB 45 A SUPREME COURT REPORTER 4«) HE O1M JUST WRfTE HIS N4ME IVJ 4 flCK- ^TACKTOE 6/JME-x/x "77 Red Cross Blood Setup To Be Discussed Friday US TORTS SOT A CABS COAMG OP BEFORE THE JE06E.HE'STRy. M3.TO GET,! •LIEU on -nie TOWER OF PISA- _ H-<S *10I«S. KINO ntTVRCS S\T.-nlC*Tt. rut. yoUUKUCgT? IU»tll'.'EP.. WiTMESSfNG THE H4BE4S CORPUS 60VS BUTTER UP THE BIS BENO4- 4ND-G4VEL M4M~ ure and obscene comic books to youths and in the whole subject of uvenile delinquency. Plans call for the formation of he organization and the election if officers at Friday's meeting. One of Maryland's Leading PRESCRIPTION Stores - Offer* You - - - ^ 4 REGISTERED PHARMACISTS ALL PRESCRIPTIONS ARE TRIPLE v* j FREE DELIVERY FAIR PRICES PRESCRIPTIONS IN FILE FROM 1898 SAVE BY CALLING: .FREE DELIVERY •' -A- . PArkview 4-3646 PArkview 4-3647 101 N. CENTRE ST. . * FREE DELIVERY : . * - Cafe Managers Demonstration Set A fish cookery demonstration for Allegany County public school cafeteria managers will be conducted Saturday at 9 a : m. at Parkside Lay ale, according to Mrs. Gladys M. Eaton, supervisor of the school lunch program. Miss Paula Wieters, home economist for the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, will conduct'' the demonstration. A fishery, marketing specialist will assist her, according to Mrs. Eaton.: ' ' " • • -V -Plans for the /demonstration'-we're completed, by Mrs. Eaton-and Hall Mefford of the Branch of Commercial Fisheries of .the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Knights Of Columbus ; Initiates Candidates . Nine candidates of Cumberland Council 586, a'nd Frostburg Council 1442,- Knights' of 'Columbus', received first degree work last night at the local .Council Home. The class included P. Terrence Burke, Warren G. O'Toole., Joseph F. DiGilarmo, John P.-Scufly and Eugene V. -Blake, all of- ; :Gumber- land, and Floyd H. Foster,, arid John J Surash,; both of "Frostburg. - Refreshments :werc served. '•• STURDITWIST... the suit that can • A * take it Sturditwist is the remarkable suit that will take all the rough and tough wear you can give it and come back for more. Exclusive three-ply worsted with the character and appearance of a fine imported tweed, it has amazing shape retaining qualities ... wear resistance . . . and, it's Rhine proof. A tremendous value st only . . . ' ' State iiven Grant The Allegany County Comrhis ioners yesterday voted to coh- ribute $600 during the coming ear to the Maryland .Chapter of ie; Arthritis ' and' Rheumatism oundation. • Commissioner C:' N.. Wilkinson idved to make the contribution nd Commission James Orr, acting resident in the absence of Commissioner William H. Lemmert, ecbnded the action. Under terms £'• Section;- 70 of Article 1 of the ode ;:o£ J»ubuc Laws' of Allegaay puntyi'the commissioners are re- uired;; to : make the $600 contribu- ori. This" was adopted last winter y the General Assembly. Pre- iously,, only $300 annualy was ohated to the;;Arthritis; group. The', commissioners also.- received letter-yesterday from U. S. Sentor J; : ;Gleriri ; :Beair concerning the tatus of. the .'-Bailey-'Bridge at orriganville, .iwhich has been in peratibn there .about, seven years, enator Beall observed thai he in- roduced a bill in the Senate in ic last session requesting that ic Federal government give the ridge to Allegany County. The ounty has been under the impres- ion that:the bridge, was surplus roperty, was.a gift to the county vhereas the' Federal authorities cntehd the;county owes $4,000 for . "Senator Beall's bill ended in ommittee when the session of Congress ended.. . * TRY TH/S TEST Poke a sharp'nail or pencil into a swatch of 3-ply Sturdilwisl worsted . , . watch it spring back . . no damage whatsoever to Ihe fabric! with The Red Cross blood program will be discussed at -a meeting in :he Westernpqrt council chambers Friday at 7:30 p. m., Mrs. : Lee Witherup,- executive secretary of Allegany County. Chapter, announced. . . . . Various organizations in-the community will be given an opportunity to i support the program; aid, according to Mrs. Witherup, if the program, is not supported- sufficiently it wilinot endure. Cards have been sent to a representative group of citizens in Westernport who are active in various organizations. Representatives from any of the organizations of Westernport and Luke are invited to attend the meeting, .she added. The .blood program will be dis- ussed thoroughly and questions will be answered, Mrs. Witherup added. A coordinated program of all branches of the county is being planned in an attempt to meet Allegany County's quota of 2,679 Dottles of. blood from July 1,,.1955 to Juhe.3fX 1956..-., ; ... T, he county share is "part .of some 38,160 bottles for the entire .Johnstown. Blood Center. There are 30 chapters included in the center.. • The next visit of the Bloodmobile unit to Westernport will be Decem aer 6 from noon until 6 p.m. at-the American Legion in that commun y»- '-.-•..' - • • ', .Planning to .be present for the meeting are Mrs. Witherup, Mrs. Sara--It. Beneman, chapter chairman, and Wayne Ritchie of Westernport.', . .:. ' . Lioiis Club Hears Talk By Jackson J. Goodloe Jackson spoke at today's • meeting of the Cumberland Lions Club at noon• at the Central YMCA..;. ". ;' .'. -." ; . is^ topic of discussion was "The World's • Biggest; -Doers." The Lions recogniz'ed international Councillors 1 , Day' by paying honor to -Alvin E.'.Yaste, international councilor.••;.-'-'-•':•• .'..•;.-• ; •". '.: Qiib.jTb Hear Priest -The-speaker-at-the:-Kiwahis Club luncheon- . tomorrow -. at -. Central YMCA will; be Rev. Arthur ,W. Bastress, assistant-pastor-of St:.Patrick's Catholic Church. 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