Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 16, 1955 · Page 22
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Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, November 16, 1955
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''TWENTY-TWO EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1955 y Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT 'AD Taker Wniversity Budget IBid Sets Record; Seeks 21 Million BALTIMORE Wi — The Unive sity of Maryland has submitted record ;budget request that : chides $13,620 for selling 'up course in nuclear engineering. "The total budget request cam &*$21,322,100 — 13.2 per cent mor than the present budget. ..XThe budget report released ye terday said of the special eng fleering request: "It is estimate that within a few years the peac time uses of nuclear power wi require at least 10 per cent of ou trained engineering personnel." ;',The program would be offere by the Glenn L. Martin College Engineering and Aeronautics Sciences. /The university said other rca s'ons for requesting an increase* $2,488,415 over the current budg were a growing enrollment; and ' program to improve many, phase of the .school's operations; •Among other items in th budget: " , "- ... :',-!.,A new $40,000 office of. th director of endowment, to coord riate efforts to obtain grants scholarships, endowments -and b< quests. ... • • • .2. A counselling center for stu dents. It would start on an appro priation of $39,419, but would' be come v i-rt u a 11 y 'self-supportin through special fees. • ... 3. A four-year course in the cc- lege of engineering which woul lead to 1 a degree in fire protection Cost of setting up the new coiirs was.put at:.$ll,064. . ,'• ..,:• : . ,'. '.4; A. school of medicine cours for. physical therapists, estimate cost $43;000. : . ."-..-'.-.-.- •"- :: The budget .will be examined b, the State .Department /of/Budge • and. Procurement, Gov. -McKeldin and the Legislature .before it is fi rially accepted. . E; Ci Harrington WedsInlVorfolk . .'NORFOLK, Va. UP)—Mrs. Marie Giiyot Bargamiri Bosnian of Rich mond >: Va.," and Emerson C. Har ririgton, Jr., Cambridge; Md., at torhey and banker, .were marriec here ;yesterday.-•- ~ • •' .The bride is the daughter of Mrs Vincent Walter Barganiin and; the late. Rev. Mr. Bargamin of .Richmond. Harrington's father was governor of Maryland from 1916 to 1920.' '•'•.The. ceremony-^ was at Epwortli Methodist church with the'pastor, the Rev. Edgar A. Potts, offici ating... .•'.'' : . ' 1; 'Mr. and Mrs. Harrington plan to-live in Cambridge after a wed ding trip. .-'...-.• ' : First Since Arthur .'"'D wight D. Eisenhower, .is the 'fjrst : U.S.- President in about 30 years whose surname begins With a vowel. The last previous one was Chester A. Arthur. . The electron is • the fastest-moving known thing in the universe. 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The meeting .will be one. of many around .the country to celebrate the 'third "anniversary..of the in auguration. of President Eisenhow '' ' '' ' A radioactive 'egg was laid by a hen .in North London aficr the hen had been-fed a-bread pill containing protein developed from algae' grown with- radioactive waste "plutonium ;bomb plant - First Of Stamp Auctions Brings $225,330 Total NEW YORK UP) — The first of 16 auctions to dispose of a huge stamp collection put together by the late Alfred H. Caspary brought in. $225,330. The entire collection, one of the greatest ever assembled, is ex peeled'to. net more than two million dollars in the series of auctions which will be held at intervals over the next two years. Caspary was a stock broker. The highest price paid'for a single item was $14,000 for a Baltimore 10 cent -printed stamp on a letter..Next highest was $11,000 for an Annapolis, Md.; five .cent hand stamp on an- envelope. These stamps are known as postmaster's provisional -and were -issued .by individual postmasters be : fore' the federal government be;an printing /stamps in 1847. The Hansea.tic league was a loose but effective organization of north German towns, functioning principally . for trade purposes'.. •'.--V Continuing Fish Research Plan Urged VIRGINIA BEACH; va. wi Representatives of 15 Atlantic Coast states called yesterday lor the federal government to make a continuing program of its Saltonslall • Kennedy ' fisheries research plan, now set up for only three years. The action came on>a resolution adopted at the final general session of the two-day annual meeting of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission at the Cavalier Club here. Delegates from along the East Coast from Maine to Florida voted unanimously to- urge continuation of the Saltonstall - Kennedy act, which now -provides 53.000,000 a year for three- years trr finance research activities :in 'the fisheries industry. . -.' •..';.•',''•' . . A number of. ether resolutions also were •adopted^ by the general session, which followed a luncheon and ' morning'' panel " discussions among the various sections of the commission.-..-.;,..,.;. ... . In the commission's election of officers .for .the /coming year, Chairman Charles- M.Lankford Jr., of- Northampton County, was reelected: Lankford also is chairman of the Virginia Commission of Fisheries. Besides endorsing continuation of the Saltonstall - Kennedy pro gram, the general session voted for resolutions to: 1. Study the merits of a system of uniform sizes'and weights of striped bass in waters of Atlantic Coast states where the fish • is found. 2. Name a committee to promote research on the blue crab, using what funds are available from the Saltonstall-Kennedy pro gram. The committee would have representatives from the seafood industry as well as from technical ranks. 3. Form a joint committee of Virginia and Maryland representatives to study the weakfish, or sea trout. • . 4: Set up a system of tagging striped bass to study their growth and migration. 5.'Study preservation of fresh shrimp with such federal aid as may bsconie available. 6. Urge Congress to enact a pending Senate bill that would provide federal- funds -for training technical personnel needed in the field of commercial, fishing, and for vocational education in fishery and related trades. The commission delegates also approved an annual budget of $19,900 for its operations — the same sum that was appropriated for the current year. Lights Influence London's Birds LONDON (INS) — Dr. J. 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