Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 17, 1955 · Page 7
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Wai PA-2-4600 for i WANT 'AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MD., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 'SEVEN , C&P Workers Honored For AidToWoman Two Employes Given Awards For Saving Life Local Woman Two cable splicers for the Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Company yesterday were honored by the company for'their quick action in giving first aid to a local woman after she had been seriously injured in an unusual auto mishap here. ...-••' Lester D.'Claar and Roger S. Culler 1 Jr., both of' Washington, were awarded-bronze Vail medals and $100" each "for their initiative and prompt action in saving the life of Mrs. Mary E. Banner, 52, of 1009 Bedford Street, who' was struck by a runaway car on North Centre Street on May 18. Three pedestrians.'were injured in the accident when- the car, driven by Melvin E. Holliday, retired engineer 'of 907 Louisiana Avenue, careened over a curb and ' plunged into the display window of Curl's Camera Shop, North Centre Street. .' . ' •'.-' •'••• •'- •" Mrs. banner-was the most seriously injured of the trio when she was panned beneath the car after being "caught between the vehicle and store -buildings on the street. She suffered • deep lacerations of head, arms,' cuts and bruises and injury to her leg. Claar and Culler were working at the '.corner of" Frederick and North Centre streets''when they heard the crash. Rushing immediately to -the scene,;, they.,.;.pulled^ : Mrs. Banner from beneath the car, gave her first aid, applied pressure to stop profuse; bleeding andvthen remained at her side until she was re- movedvto Sacred Heart Hospital where she-recovered from her injuries.^-'. : •: .'",-. Also .'admitted to., the hospital was Virginia FikeV il-,tpf 118 Frederick Street whq:'-suf.fered-,a leg in jury.: Mrs. Violet;? Mummer; 27, of 213 North Mechanic Street, was treated;at the hospital' and releas ed. . .;• v '• "••'••• :: -_ -.: •'••'•• James B. Morrison, president of the C&P company - made : the awards a't a luncheon' yesterday in Washington. The citations 'accompanying the awards noted the accident and told how the two men removed.-the injured ^woman from the car.'despite danger of fire or explosion from -leaking gasoline, and rendered first aid. Vail medals are given annually and are;provided by the fund created as a; memorial to Theodore N. Vail, former president of the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. They are in recognition of the most outstanding examples of loyalty and devotion to service by % employes throughout the Bel System.;' 1 ; Claar,-'37, and Culler, 32, both have been with the C&P Telephone Company ;f or more than 14 years. Half-Size Flattery REHEARSE FOR MINSTREL—This group is shown, rehearsing for the annual Men of LaSalle minstrel to be held Sunday. Monday and Tuesday nights and a matinee Sunday in : Carroll Hall. Left to. right are Robert Brinker, Mary Louise, Logsdon, Joseph Yockus, Peter Bagatti, Jerry Logsdon, John Miltenberger and Michael Lyons, who comprise one of the many acts in the show being held for the benefit of LaSalle High School. . • . Sewage Treatment Project " " . . ' . ' • . V ..-."•. Speeded Up In Recent Weeks Mayor, Roy W. Eves said work on ie sewage-treatment plant being uilt by the City of Cumberland is more than a month ahead of sched- le and 43 per cent completed. •',, The progress made in October, e said, resulted from the good onstruction weather which pre- ailed during the entire . month, nd a speedup of work schedules to et foundations.in before freezing ,-eather sets in. Completed during the past week as- a 210-foot tunnel, driven under he B & 0 tracks by Armco's con- truction division, to carry an in- erceptor sewer into the plant. Mayor.Eves said the company worked around-the-clock to com- lefe the tunnel and is how starting ; second 150-foot-long tunnel near he-.brickyard .to; bring in sewage rohi : a South Cumberland sewer n ; d' the Evitts Creek interceptor ewer. Work on the second tunnel, he aid, will not go so fast, since rews hit rock, shortly, after the A soft .drape .of fabric at the pretty sweetheart; neckline add the dress-up touch to -this afternoon frock. So very, feminine, so very flatfering! .Smootfi,;' graceful 'line.. below— so. slenderizing to the .short er, fuller figure! .Perfectly proper tioned— easy sewing! :••.' Pattern: 4557: Half Sizes 14Vi 16^, 18%; 2014, .22H',-i24Vi : . • Sizi 16 1 /! takes 3% yards 'Sfinch fabric This pattern easy to'use; simple to sew. is tested for fit. Has com plete illustrated instructions. 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Joseph Donald Riley. and Ethel Linn Ramsey, both Cfesaptown. % Floyd Oliver Brant, RD 1, Garrett. Pa., and. Elizabeth Joann Johnson, Rockwood. Pa. Joseph Milton May Jr., and Jacqueline* Ruth Preston, both RD 3. Rockwood. Pa. NcwRnall HISTACALMA CREAM Antihisttmint rtlief for itching skin. I W-oz. tub* FORD'S DRUG STORES Cumberland and Froitburg Phent PA 2-3700 NOW AT WARDS Flirtation Walk BY BESTFORM portal was opened, while in the first only clay, gravel, boulders and'hard shale were encountered. Inside the first tunnel, crews of ihe Moyer Brothers Company, tractor for the job, will lay a 30-in sewer from the.. Mapleside area and grout it in place for a permanent installation. ' . He said Robert T. Regester, the city's .-consulting engineer on the project, has approved all but one piece of machinery heeded for the Evitts Creek pumping station, in order to save the city money, although the location of the station cannot be established, until the State Roads Commission fixes the alignment and grade of the Industrial Boulevard. The "go ahead" was given in order to avoid possible claims for extra cost due -to delay after the contractor informed of a rise in price of pumping equipment. Indonesia is composed of some 3,000 islands. GRADE FAMOU QUALITY OW POTOMAC FRUIT Market Corner Frederick and Centra Srt. NON-ROU TOP GIRDLE gives n*w inborn of motion! Patented cro»ov«r front sleeks hips, fr»«s yoor step. Top has flexible coil wire bon- "T Q C ing for comfort Thre« lengths. 25-3S. / .•' 3 CORS£L£TTE f«a*uras pct«»^ CTOMOWT fwnt HO THREE DAY SPECIAl RICH, LUSCIOUS CHOCOLATE FUDGE FULL POUND FOIL BAG CHOCOLATE FUDGE SANDWICH h Ca« m to wr Com* D«pt moy win a fr*« $5 tody Bwdo« BHIfoW. 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