Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 18, 1955 · Page 11
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tuai i-A-Z-4(jOO lor it r. Ai>i AD i*ivtf id, Merger CIO-AFL Units ted To Take Tune WASHINGTON W) - Slerger, of the Maryland Industrial Union Council with, the .State Federation of Labor will take at least.a* after the AFL-CIO-merger, a CIO official said here yesterday.' Charles A. Delia,' secretary- treasurer of the State CIO group, said this means.the state councili^-v ,g and federation will operate sepa-!Ull:otrCCt rately during the political cam paign of 1956. cil's racially-integrated membership. He estimated the delegates would spend from $20.000 to $40,000 which have gone to Maryland business if it .weren't for the racial objections. ;• •. Progress Shown Delia reported to more) than ioO delegates as the council opened its three-day convention here. Del- gates were to consider resolutions William Jr .Buchholtz; commis 1 sioner pf streets and public property, said progress is being made on the improvements to Ridgewood and Warwick avenues. .oday. Tonight they will, hear an Drain pipe h'as been installed on 'address by Rep. Lankford-(D-Md).j Warwick.Avenue and catch basins Officers will be elected Saturday, are in place. Workers are grading As a gesture toward merger, I the areas and getting ready to in- Della said, the state CIO and AFL'stall curbing, groups have set up a joint com-) plans calf for completing grad- mittee to coordinate their political!j n g, drainage and curbing during efforts. m ie f a u anc j w ; n ter so the streets The CIO Political Action Com-f can be surfaced next spring. Child Fears Discussed BeforePTA Mrs. Aden Everstine, social consultant for the State Mental Hy giene Clinic, explained Ufmembers of. the .West Side Parent-Teacher Association last iiight, how parents and other adults contribute to the natural fears of children. Using a motion picture film, anc citing a number of examples, Mrs Everstine showed how to cope with the fearful child, and. outlined ho\\ parents rnust cooperate with each other in order to cope with emotional problems and to assure normal emotional stability. The program was arranged by and program chairman. At a business , meeting mittee in Maryland plans to spend about $25,000 during the 1956 campaign, he said. Earlier, Delia said the convention was being held here again because Maryland" hotels object to providing quarters for the coun- CASH LOANS To be improved are Ridgewood, from-William's Street to Brookfield Avenue, and Warwick, from Greenway Avenue to Douglas. Highest Light, . Highest light maintained by the United States Coast Guard 's on top of the island of Lehua, Ha'wai- Grand Jurors Critical Of County Police Baltimore County Jiity Hits Force For Not Curbing Gaming TOWSON, Md.'l*" — A critical grand jury report cast a shadow today over the Baltimore Count\ police department. The county grand jury, in its report last night, found fault with the force for failing to break up a six-million-dollar numbers ring at Turner Station. State Police, by-passing count\ police, raided the operation last jjsented indicated that this (gam- jbling) business was conducted in State Officers To Visit Area Knights Of Pytliids Lodges D'arcy. Harding of Cambridge. ;rand . chancellor of the , .Grand Lodge of Maryland, Knights of Pytiiias, and his staff will pay official visits to organization odges in' the area Monday. A District 1 meeting will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. : in the Knights of Malta Hall here, with members of Cumberland Lodge, 60 as hosts. Joining with them to welcome Harding and his .staff will be representatives of Rising Sun Lodge 86. Lonaconing; Anchor Lodge HI, Midland: Garrett Lodge 113. Oakland: Queen City Lodge 136, Cumberland," and Youghiogheny Lodge 134, Friehdsville. J Barnes. Gaithersburg, vice chancellor; D. Sylvan Friedman. Baltimore, grand prelate: Julius E. Schindler, city, grand secretary, and Edward M. Akers, Frederick, supreme representatives. Also to be honored is Francis B. Harding, Silver Spring, who will be obligated by Gov. McKeldin as ceremony Tuesday in Westminster-;-- ; George Fazenbaker, chancellor, of Lodge 60, will preside at the official visitation ceremony, which'.'V '" be followed by a social The committee includes J. Wai- ' ter McKee, Robert Llewellyn/ David Smith/and Harold Fishell. '. Asia has a mean elevation of Harding's staff will include Louis deputy supreme chancellor at a 3000 feet CUMBERLAND CALLS IT... , was reported that the over-crowd- Green area had been! bus appears- to be satisfactory. Each member was given a printed copy brminutes.from a recent executive committee meeting, showing detailed plans and projected activities. F. Allan Weatherholt, president presided. The invocation was given by .William Harrison. Refreshments were served by ian Islands. This light is W feet the^home room.mothers. of whom . .. : . . f*... . ATrc \Villiam Harn<:rm ann \Trs 2 !above the level of the sea. TODAY! $2.95 month— 24 mot. Lnrgtr. Amounts on Similar Ttrmi LOAN Incorporated ' 19 E. Main St., Frsitburg II t. liberty St., Cumberland ;*ii,*itli:Kmfi.»!Si*i!S SEE THE NEW WURLITZER ELECTRIC {Mrs. William. Harrison and :j James Eisenberg'er are co-chairmen. AT 13-17 FREDERICK ST. ENJOY HENRY CLAY'S FAVORED WHISKEY! 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The jurors had this to say about the way the raid was handled: It is not the intention of this jury to criticize the action of the State Police because, as a law enforcement body, they were merely performing their duty. •On the other-hand, while State Police-say that residents of x the area ;had come to them many ti'mes specifically complaining about the' activities of the racket, the same complaints supposedly also having been made to county, authorities, this jury has not-been able "to contact anyone who had previously complained to either. "This pTiase of the matter, however, as we see it, is beside the point. The important :..fact to re : member is that'-the ralcfwas made and it was successful:"--..:'.. Seven Negroes were arrested in the raid. Six pleaded ..guilty and were given prison terms. The seventh, John I. Adams, -was robbed and slain while awaiting arraign ment. • • -. '' " " . .'. Trial of Pedro Finley Grooms, 33, on a charge of murdering Adams will begin here Wednesday. 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