Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 14
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FOURTEEN EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD- WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1955 Dial PA-2-4SOO for a WANT AD ( T«ker .... Court To Hear OfMacPkaiFs Obituary 'Continued from Page 13) Disclaims Assault. Drinking Charges be conducted tomorrow at 10:30 Jobless Pay Claims Reach Lowest Level Benefit Checks Drop To 6.292 In State; Lowest Since 1952 Roads Unit Asks Bids Oft Projects In Nearby W. Va. CHARLESTON;, w. Va. w - The Road Commission announced that it will receive bids Nov. 29 on six projects estimated to cost an aggregate of S!, 400.000. Four of the projects will involve federal aid, and therefore will be GOP Meeting Notable For t One Absentee were taken yesterday near the old 5th Regiment Armory to test the "subjecr. to final approval by thej . Sen. Butler Sends Regrets: Attends Other Meet Instead^ BALTIMORE •(* — Just about BALTIMORE — I* - Contractors and* AFL unions reached agreement yesterday on a new onejf^ J*£ &£?%£ ^ year contract calling for higher; ter is to be buflL j wages for workers on highway andj Contracts for actual construction! heavy .construction jobs in Mary--are not expected to be let until j '1 cmper otate | a m by Rev- Ri]ey p aniels . In . Iterrr.ent will be in.Trinity Reformed Cemetery. Friends Cove. Henry J. Schwind „, _. . , MT. SAVAGE — Henry Joseph' Which Led To Firing -jschwina, 73, father of Rev. G.j i Stanley Schwind, rector of St.! _.._„..„,_ x . , . = TOWSON". Md. '.?—Considerate : George - s Episcopal church, died:. BALTIMORE & — >,ew claims:u.S. Bureau of Public Roads, of the state of Larry MacPhail's'yesterday i:I Mercy Hospital, Bal- ifor unemployment compensation? The federal aid projects include:] temper April 11. 1953 was expected : : dmore . " ' jsloughed off again last week to; Hampshire County - Approach-'"* s»uier«i_ nere ^-esieraay wj^^^ from 15 to 275 cents an'State Roads Commission'building to continue today in Baltimore This was t})e seconr j dea j h j n -near the lowest levels in more man es to .Mechanicsburg bridge onjK"* 0 " a . national cnve to raise ihour u wiu affect about 10 OOoiis also under consideration. Gov. County Circuit Court. ; Father Schwir.d's family in i 8; w° years. . . . ;U.S. 50. involving 0.990 miles of; two .million 'collars icr the GOPj work including those engaged'.McKeldin presided at the sampling :ks the West Romney-Juncdon road| ca 5?Pa'S°..<:o!iers. . , ftn „„,„.„„„,,„ tn tha „„„ ^ i1tL vesterday. Purpose of the sampling is to determine just where footings forjl Contractors. AFL Unions Sign New Wage Agreement Soil Samples Taken At Site •'BALTIMORE W — Soil samples When Jim Ellis, former Michigan State star, played in-his first gam* in 1951, he intercepted three passei against Oregon State. "_"__ laud and the District of Columbia. Union spokesmen said the con- . , uiuuu.apui.aii.Bu MUU u» «iu- !eadj ff Mariana Repubh-j^^ effective Jan _ , offers vvage Sphered here yesterday to April, and the 15 story building is> scheduled to be completed in 1953. i A plan for an adjoining six story MacPhail. former president of;days. A brother. Henry Philip; T he number of benefit checks Jon approaches to the new Balti- . There was one.notable exception. charged dcrlv conduct, and assaulting -: 0 p er a; yards where he helped fashion 'ployment .Security reported 1,971; l-h^^s^^ehafe^ to M ^ R a <r . v • .1 astOI* toxicaied and* didn't assault the;retired ten years ago and asdjset Ln the second week of October.p v * -"'^V trooper, and therefore was fired in; 0 een in 21 health the past year. ] Last week's figure was about; ^ reception for the violation of his contract, under. A native of Baltimore, he was a'average for the low-level period;^ Arcb'e C T>-evar which-he got a £25.000 a year S0 n of the late Mr. and Mrs. Johciwhich began about mid-August In!^" t " B A '" * salary, plus 5 per .cent of gross; Schwind. His wife. Mr*. Sarah ;ihe corresponding week a year agojcohimbia Streets will be held Mon revenues. i Virginia <Norris> Schwind. pre-:ihere were 3,943 new claims and. d ^^ at ^e choreh The breach of contract suit is ceded him in death. ' ;i ~ '" K ~ " "~ ' ' °' "«•»-">• for $267,000. Forfeited Bond an appointment in New York yes- land and the District. terday morning and got back to - , Baltimore just in .time for • the! Union : officials said all contro- points were "settled luncheon [amicably" at yesterday's meeting. The GOP rally actually served ,- double purpose. It opened the 23 ,i fund drive and at the same i Surviving, besides Father' Last week's iSchwind. are three other sons, Jos-ithe previou itwo vears ago the figure was 5.iaU p P 7. £3? ~ 2 f " JU < i T "~ „,„„£-. i °.—„„» "... Rev - C^fwn C;' Thomas, execu- TOk's improvement over itive ^cretarv of the 3 ,pus weex was provided JBapfet r ^ ^^^ i ^ soci . ti ' MacPhail. former president of eph Franklin. James Arthur and|both in the Baltimore metropolitan| mors wiu lead nastors in the New York Yankees, Cincinnati John Xorris Schwmd, and cwojsrea'and in other sections of the!: D<J jj ev p r&va ^^j ^ Reds and Brooklyn Dodgers base-idsughters. Mrs. Lester Allison andiSiate, with the most marked ini-ito^Maniand Others"o-" bail Seams, told the court yester- Mrs. Harold Bateman. all of Bal-iprovemem being a big drop in newj fti] j be " mei ^ hen: . ' n( }' r dsy he forfeited'the band money,limore. - [claims at Hagerstown. he" had posted 'in. the drunk and! Ser>'ices will be conducted at ^lOJ Claims have been running wiU be members of the Western AUegany ""ivi*h the"treatment ! got. why;<>{ the church. The body is at the; :c2rs [ or the Air Force." shouldn't I think it?" he said, ^illiam J. Tickner Funeral Home,: Qne employment soft s; Lunched With Officials ) Baltimore! i School 'and Training Union secre- and Rev. G. Ravmond sot -the pre-election campaign in)^-^ /» rT , -." Maryland underway. I It I 1*01111V Oae Republican leader who at- A.AV|.J*AJ tended the affair said if he had tfjfflSI DELUXE TOOTH BRUSHES natural bristles. Choice o< sty", call/ approved. FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberland and Frostburf the building should be placed. been in Butlers, spot, "I'd have- come if it meant crawling on my hands, and knees.' 1 WASHINGTON IB —Dr. Hugh L. g HaiTY n-iHon mtir?aH iniccilpc anH'-cnnAr-i K « jDryden. guided missiles and supersonic aircraft expert, was'named!^ tion angle faces a-possible party -primary, put it this way: "I would have-been there. My wife would have been there. My children would have been there." . -. ,, , . .. ,. , as winner of the Wright Bros. Me- Another leader noting toe reelec- morial ^^ last a ^ A for ..^ Jon angle and the fact mat BuUerj^ficant publjc senice o f enduring value io-aviation." — • Dryden, a native of Pocdmoke City, Md., is director of the: National Advisory • Committee for Aeronautics, the country's major Sunday School the local church. jstate showed up at Cambridge, Tae race track charges Mac-' Mrs. Elwood H. Wagoner where .new claims jumped from Phail drank heavily on April 11 i .SPRINGFIELD — Mrs. Grace-si., the .previous week to 114 last and used vile language. MacPhailiV.'agoner, 65. wife of Elwood H.jweek. ! rr v • said yesterday he didn't have -ajWagoner, died yesterday at her This reflected seasonal layoffs in'-^^ter »ictun drink until lunch time, when he:home here. the food processing industry and is!Qf Heart Attack met with'Donald Lillis. New Yorkj A native of Hardy County, she [normal for the Cambridge area! financier who is chief owner of;was a daughter of the late Addisoni when the canning season tapersj HAGERSTOW^—Donald J. Rine- Bowie, and J. Douglas Casey, a|H. and Sally !Bobo> Runyon. \ice president "Somevs-here r between two four"' drinks from a "big PI: Surviving, besides her husband, andjsre four sons. Jack Wagoner, at tallihome; E. Alex Wagoner, Berkeley off. The 6.292 benefit checks issued last week compared with 6,359 the previous week and 17,546 issued, in hart, 50, well known business man litcher of martinis" were his con- Springs; Lpy A. Wagoner, Chicago, the corresponding week a year sumption, MaePhail told the court, and Daniel Wagoner, stationed with ago. He said later in the afternoon the Army at Fort Meade. Md.; six] The number of new claims filed he saw two Maryland State "troop-'daughters. Mrs. Paul Roach and]and the number of benefit checks Claims Checks directing traffic. . . "Get off your fannies," he told]Romr.ey; Mrs. Robert SincelL Oak- Cumberland 72 them, according to his testimonyjland, Md., and Mrs. Keith Wolford.JHagerstown '. j99.: yesterday. He said, one trooper!Morgantown, 12 grandchildren and Frederick 62 grabbed him 6y the arm and neck and "I.knee'd him." The action, he said, was only in self defense. a great-granddaughter. .The body is at the residence. Services will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p. m. at Springfield Meth- Hagiology is the branch of his- odist Church by Rev. Sumner torical science which deals wilhjsawyer and interment will be in the lives of the saints. "cHAfED % " SKIN Cleanse well with Resinol Soap, and apply lanolin-rich ResinoL Relief is fast and comfort last*. RESINOL OINTMENT and SOAP the family cemetery near Fort Ashby. Andrew J. Jurick CLARKSBURG—Andrew Joseph Jurick, 52, died November 10 of a cerebral hemorrhage at the garagejcri s fi e |(j which he had been co-operatorjB a ]tj more of for nearly 30 years. He had been suffering from a heart condi- diotn for some time/ He was a member of Immaculate South Cumberland Residents ..,.. . It's more convenient to pay.your telephone and electric bills here. Cumberland Savings Bank Membtr f.D.I.C. Silver Spring -.-. 3 Hyattsville i 10 Annapolis 10 Towson • 87 Cambridge a 14 Chestertown 17 Salisbury 66 Elkton 24 Oakland 15 Westminster 40. 16 31 Conception • Catholic Church, the Fourth Degree .Knights of Columbus. Serra Club and Clarksburg Lodge. BPO Elks. Survivors include his widow. 543 423 183 29 13 125 250 •130 ' 19 112 106 19 114 17 • 60 3.595;x- and sportsman "and former proprietor of thelDelmar.Inn on Route 40, was fatally stricken while hunting near Chewsville yesterday. Apparently a heart attack was the cause of his death. Mr. Rinehart had suffered a heart attack a few weeks ago while mowing his lawn. He was the owner of an orchard and farm in the Blair's Valley section and just recently disposed of the Delmar Inn which he operated for a number of years. He was living in retirement in the Mt. Tammany section of Halfway. He had gone hunting yesterday morning with his brother. Charles, of University Park. Md., and Charles'. 14-year-old son. Kenneth. He had just shot a rabbit arid after walking to. get the animal, collapsed while handing it to his nephew. I Mrs. Helen M. fRoskisky) Jurick, l eight grandchildren and 10 great- a step-brother, Daniel Carlo many, Cumberland. ' Russell Rinker BAYARD — Russell Rinker, 73 died Monday at his farm home inear here. Surviving are his widow. Mrs. |Nora Rinker; a son, Arlington Rinker. Knox. Pa.; a daughter, jNamed To Who's Who Ronald L. Wempe, 614 Elwood Street, is one of 12 seniors at Mt. St. Mary's College, : Emmitsburg, who has been selected for inclusion in the current edition of "Who's Who Among Students In American Colleges And Universities." A graduate of LaSalle High School, Wempe if editor of the college, yearbook and a former editor of The body will remain at the the college newspaper. Richard Rinker, of Florida; Raphael Rinker, Greenland, W. Va., and James Rinker. Bayard; five sisters, Mrs. Maggis Cosner, Bismarck; Mrs. Mary S. Jordan an~! Mrs. Emma Knotts. Bayard: Mrs. Susan Williams, Akron, and Mrs. Dora Gordon, Gormania, grandchildren. Butt^contended^the^New York a ir research agency. He" is 57, The trophy will be presented at he annual Wright Memorial dinner here Dec. 17. ••-..' and the Rotary Club .uncheon date had been made far in advance, while the Republican meeting had been "set up awful quick." Contract Talks Enter Third Day WASHINGTON — at—Representatives of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company and the CIO United. Raperworkers entered their third straight day of contract talks today.. .... -. -V A contract covering some 3,500 employes in three plants ends tomorrow, but will remain in effect until a new one is reached. The negotiators reported some progress yesterday but declined to discuss ; what action had been taken.. Proposals under consideration for the . new contract include a wage increase, improved insurance, pension and other benefits. The company has plants at Covington, Va., Williamsport, Pa., and Luke, Md. To Attend Convention Orville .Young, president oi Brewery Workers Local 265.- this morning said Earl Sills'; and. Harold Riggleman will attend the annual convention of the Maryland Industrial Union Council tomorrow, Fri day and Saturday in Washington as official delegates of the local. Leighton Funeral Home, Oakland,} •|Md., until noon tomorrow when iti MoreComf Oft Wearing E will be taken to the Church of fmm'^f YPPVU Mrs. Frank Jordan, Bayard: four brothers. Arch Rinker. Keyser; .'*«'' t T ' ' YOUR GOOD HEALTH IS OUR CONCERN! OUR MODERN PRESCRIPTION LABORATORY IS READY TO SERVE YOU IN TIME OF NEED _ FREE DELIVERY — Automatic Telephone Answering Service 10:30 p. m. 'till 9:00 a. m. Call and Leave Your Order C.MURRAY ALLEN, R.P.B.S. REGISTERED PHARMACIST 738 VIRGINIA AVE. formerly The -Iruit! Drug Company ,.,..,. i •] 'I 1 | ! | i 1 '1 . . t I I 1 I'TVl 1 . I i I 'I I 1 I 1 1"' PHONE PA 2-3644 7 HEARING AID 06 Here Is a pleasant way to overcome loose plate discomfort. 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