Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 21
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TWENTY KVtiNING TIMES, CUJMUEKLAND. MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1955 Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AJ) Taker Davis Youngster Crushed By Truck A five-year-old Davis, W. Va.jscction Neiv Parimutuel Machines \ Are Completely Mechanical BALTIMORE i/pi — Now they'vci The new machines, which will Jr., son ^f. vehicle turned over completely in he is survived by (wo sisters, iTcwclli;thc air and the right door Hey Deborah and Joyce; a broth- the complicated parimutuol bettingjnounced today by the American of Licking Creek Road andiized. suffering from a back injury. was fatally injured yesterday-State Route 72. Moore attempted;possible other injuries, and severe \vlicn crushed by his fatncr's truck to turn the corner but the truck'shock. which wrncked' due to icy condi- skidded and hurtled over the cm-. The child was born October 2G, ...... / . ."""" "i ""; —--"--;— lions of the higtay. .'bankmcnl. Moore told police lhc : l9M in Klkins. Besides his parents! e)lminatc ' J humanfe _ entirely lrom|spccd up the 'prices were an- Kicimiu Alia:; MOCTO Richard and Charlotte i Mocre of Davis, died instantly iropen. The little boy fell out and er, Timothy: his grandparents Mr. miles north of Parsons afler the,the truck landed on 'truck plunged over a 37-foot em-'top of the child, tx.nkment. ! Moore, who is 24 years old, went-ai.c a great-grandmother, Mrs. Police who investigated the - : s-^for help. Walter C. Mahoncy. sup- Kva Moore, Norfolk, Va. hap said the little boy was riding'orinlcndent of u gas drilling oper- Services will be conducted Sat- its side, on and .Mrs. M. C. Tewell and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore, al! of Davis, on horses except you and the man who takes your money. Tclalisalor Co. of Baltimore. They will be exhibited at the annual New machines will even figureieonvcnlion of the Thoroughbred how much to pay off on the first three horses. It has been necessary for human calculators to do this at tracks from figures supplied by machines! Racing Assns. of America in Miami next week, the first track to use them will be Santa Anita this winter, the company said. in a 1954 truck owned by the "fcA'ation nearby, and several other urday at 2 p. m. at St. John's Gas Company by whom his father, men helped lift the truck off the Lutheran Church in Davis, Rev.jor. the total bet and on how muchi The Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, as the driver, is employed. child. He was taken lo Tucker George Weirick, pastor, will offi-jwas bet on each horse after de-jlarge as the United States cast of The truck was proceeding north-bounty Hospital but was dead oncirte Burial will be in the Davislducting taxes for the state andithe Mississippi, contains less than ward froir. Parsons. At the inter-'arrival. Moore was also hospital-Cemetery. The body is at the home. : track. '9.000.000 inhabitants. 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The report shows a total appropri- jation of $208,700 with expenditures tion of $203,700 with expenditures of 5208,345.20, leaving a balance of S354.80. Salaries of the department took the largest amount of the expenditures with some $183,067.21 being p'aid lo the 63 employes including 10 civilian personnel. Other expenditures, according to the report show a breakdown as follows: Auto repairs, $6.190.55; traffic, $5,847.07; policemen's equipment, $4,285.84; gasoline and oil, $2,699.39; prisoner's expenses, $1,645.56; miscellaneous, $1,431.31; supplies, $1,055.47. Radio maintenance, S864.44: telephone and telegraph, $770.05; stationery and printing, $146.70; criminal identification, $136.46; capital outlay, $130.30; motorcycle repairs, $53.64; light and heat, $18.07; advertising, $18. The total number of arrests for the period was noticeably lower than in the 1954 report. Statistics compiled at police headquarters show that the number of violations on the police docket in 1955 was 1,215 as compared to 1,270 in the previous year. In 1955, $4.357 in fines was noted on police docket fines in comparison of $4.949 in 1954. Traffic docket fines in this latest report were $5,566 as compared to $6,631 in 1954. According to the bicycle lagj fund, $428.25 was realized from the sale of 1,713 licenses in 1955 which was an increase over 1954 figures of $424.50 when 1,698 tags were sold. LOVE AND VIOLENCE! The producers of "Ivanhoe" bring you this beautiful love story in a production of spectacular brilliance! M-6-M PRESENT* Sir Walter Scott's The Adventures of IN CINEMASCOPE AND IN COLOR ROBERT TAYLOR • KAY KENDALL- ROBERT MORLEY I PICTURE. •• NOW AN M G-M PICTURE Af 12:00 - 2:00 4:00 - 6:00 - 6:00 10:00 • PHONE PA 4-0370 • GREAT HITS! FIRST RUN! 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