Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 30, 1955 · Page 7
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND. MJL>.. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1955 SEVEN Wholesale TV Supply Store Opens Here .. Altoona. TV Supply, Inc.,. a wholesale distributor of nationally-' advertised electronic equipment,! hac opened at 1100 East Oldtownj Road. . Paul M. Myers, general manager of the store, which is a branch of two other stores in Altoona and Clearfield, yesterday said a perpetual inventory is maintained at the local store and over 6,000 items are in stock. The local branch sells to dealers, television servicemen; and .industrial buyers''including local and area radio.stations. The area now covered by the wholesale house, which has about 3,500 square feet of floor .'space, is'Cumberland and vicinity, Romney,' Keyser, and" the • Tri Town's, sector. • Plans are under- way •• to -extend the selling area to Oakland. Due to the growing business, Myers said, another branch store is planned in the general area. He pointed out that the store handles all nationally advertised electronic equipment. Myers has been in the business for., five years. Manager of the local store. is Paul Blair. During the grand opening over 100 dealers and servicemen were present. Manufacturer representatives were on hand to display their products and inform prospective buyers of their advantages arid uses. A luncheon was served and prizes were • awarded. One of the advantages cited by Myers is the parking space facilities at the new location. Farmers Choose ASA Groups In Five Communities SPEAKER HERE—Miss Emabeth Hayes, representative of the Oriental Missionary Society who has returned from service In Colombia, Ecuador and Brazil, will be one of the speakers at First Methodist • .Church tomorrow through Sunday at 7:30 p. m/ Other programs are scheduled at 10:45 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. Sunday. Only 139 voters, slightly over 16 per cent of the 860 AUegany County fanners receiving ballots, took part in the County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation committee election. The ballots were tabulated and five-member ASC committees were elected in five communities of the county. Four of the ballots were tossed out because the fanners had marked them improperly .with checks. • The five community ASC chair •men are scheduled to meet in con ivention at 10:30 a. m. next Monday | to elect a county ASC committee. | The committee presently is composed of Albert O'Neal, chairman; James H. Weimer, vice chairman; Joseph Silber, regular member; L. J. Stegmaier. first alternate, and Russell N. Valentine, second alternate. •• County farmers were sent ballots containing the names of 10 persons from their community, five o: vhom were to be elected to thej community ASC committee. The 1 person with the largest number of votes was elected chairman, the one with the second largest nunv >er was vice chairman, the third became the regular member, the iourth one first alternate and the "ifth ranking candidate wa^ named second alternate. Community No. 1, Little Orleans, Harry A. Norris, chairman: Raymond W. Creek, vice chairman; Cond: N. Smith, rej jlar member: Charles. H. Linaburg. first alternate; Chester W. Mann, second alternate. Community No. 2, Cldtown and North Branch, Wilbur M. Crabtree, iA Safe -Safe IRVING, Tex. l.fl —. • Y e g g s couldn't crack the safe at an automobile firm's office. So they stole one of the company's new trucks to haul it away. -The truck and safe were recovered — but not the $5,000 in cash and checks the safe contained. . No than place in Michigan is more 85 miles from one of the Great Lakes. FUNERAL FLOWERS Community No. 3, Flintstone,] Justin Heavner, chairman: Earl F. Stonestreet, vice chairman: Ora F. Thompson, regular member; McKinley Morris, first alternate; Paul H. Browning, second alternate. Community No. 4. Union Grove and Mt. Savage, R. W. Ferguson, chairman: Theodore Stegmaier,)' vice chairman; Oscar S. Wilson, regular member; Roy Minke, first alternate; Irvin Geiger, second alternate. Communities Community No. 5, Potomac Valley. George's Creek and Frostburg, Vernon J. Loar, chairman; George M. Barton, vice chairman; Nat Workman, regular member; Aden T. Miller, first alternate; Edward Rephann, second alternate. Kmanis To Meet Lewis J. Ort. local bakery official, will speak on "A Little Known Local Industry" at a meeting of the Kiwanis Club tomorrow at noon at Central YMCA.- The number of people entering U. S. mental hospitals rose from 85 per 100,000 :n 1931 to 111 per 100,000 in 1951. Senior Citizens To Meet' The Senior Citizens Club of/trie City Recreation Department 7 will meet tomorrow at 2 p. m. at the Elks Lodge. ",,'? . William Howaro 'Tai't who weighed more than 300 pounds was the heaviest U. S. Pres'dent. .The pansy is one -of the oldest garden flowers in cultivation. ...'. . chairman: chairman; Roy Roy M. Twigg, vice A. Shryock Jr., regular member; Jonah-Hose, first alternate; M. L. Slider, second alternate. : Boosters To Meet The Fort Hill High School Boost-; ers Club will meet today at 7:30 j p. m. at the B&O Bolt and Forge; Shop and H. Clifford Spiker, presi-j dent, will outline the program for' the coming year. Try Our '5.00 hinirol Batkcl BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 N. liberty St. Ph: PA-2-4330 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 238 VIRGINIA AVE. PHONE PA 7-3644 r Formirly Th» Truitt Drug Company Irs CREAM You LIKE In Your COFFEE FARMS RICH HALF W CREAM ENJOYMENT AT HALF 1 '/ 2 THE COST Wills Admitted To Probate Here Wills of two women who died recently were admitted to probate yesterday in Allegany County Orp- j nans Court. ' > ' j One was the last testament of Mrs. Villeta I. -Brant, who died October 16 at the age of 80. She left cash bequests to three daughters, Pauline, 'Burgess and Josephine, and ihe remainder .of her estate to a son, Ralph Randolph 'Brant, 18 Valley Street, who qualified .as executor of the estate under a ?100 bond. The. will was dated April 27, 1948. . Also probated was the will of .'Mrs. Clara Belle Wright, who died November 24 at the age of 77. Her i-daughter, Mabel-Wright Hopkins, and her attorney, Earl E. Manges, qualified as executors of the estate under a $100 bond. .A son, Leo H. Wright, received a cash bequest and the rest of the estate was left to the daughter. The will was dated January 4. Uniform Giveaway SAN DIEGO, "Calif. W)—Retired Marine Gen. H. M. (Howlin' Mad) Smith of World War II fame appeared in :.civilian clothes, instead of marine dress uniform as requested, at a military function. He explained he has given away all his uniforms, to museums and such places. Relayed Orders The term "midshipman" first was used during the 1800s, when junior officers in the British navy were stationed amidships to relay orders. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass "' ' Many wearers ol false teeth have iuffered real embarrassment because tbeir plate dropped, slipped or wob- ; bled at justlthe wrong time. Do not Uve In tear ol this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH. the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Hold false teeth more firmly, to they feel more comlortable. Does not sour Checks "plate odor" (den- f'-ture breath). 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