Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 1, 1955 · Page 22
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1 ( )55 TWENTY-ONE. OUTFIT FOR LOVERS—A single Cupid's arrow pierces the "hearts" of these showgirls in Tokyo, Japan, as they display a sort -of twin dress for lovers. Tsukiko Akashi, left, and Shoko Fukakusa are the "lovers." Each has an arm in middle sleeve. Trials Listed For ;. Associate Judge Morgan C. Har•- ris will try three men on criminal T, informations filed by State's At- torney Paul M. Fletcher yesterday. ^ The trials will - be tomorrow at .. 10 a. m. „ Two of the men, Larry R. Slay- hew Jr., 27, and James Ziler, 21, 2 both of Franklin, near Western« port, are charged "in the two-count 2 information with stealing 120 I pounds of. brass valued at S90 and - belonging to Abraham Feldstcin 1'. October Ti, and with receiving - stolen goods. The brass was taken ~ from the Campbell Coal Company J yards at Barton and sold for $13. '." Through their attorney, Louis -A. r Fatkin, they filed a petition No!; vember 19 waiving their right to Sen. Butler Plans Visit To County The tentative itinerary of U. S. Sen. John Marshall Butler (R-Md.) through' this section next week as he starts his campaigning was discussed at a meeting of the Alle- County Republican State Central Committee Tuesday in the office of James S. Getty, chairman. The committee also compiled a list of 167 persons to ; be recommended to the Allegany County Board of Election Supervisors for polls work. In all there will be 334 election workers instead of the 546-required before voting machines were acquired. The committee tentatively set up arrangements for the senator indictment by the grand jury and l ° speak before various service requesting an immediate trial by clubs, to tour local industries, and visit all sections of the county. Sen. Butler will seek re-election next November. the court. Also scheduled for trial tomorrow morning is Albert Cole of North Mechanic Street, formerly ofiy-i •• Frostburg. who is accused of forg-jr rOStDUTg ing the name of John L. Lockner to a check cashed November 5 in a North Centre Street store: He too has agreed to waive his right to grand jury indictment in order to face an immediate trial. Board Splits On Use Of Binders The Allegany County Board of 1V1U11K) oallvtl . ual , v » imu i..« Election Supervisors has 11 bind-|gj r j s that if any complaints were ers on hand which are no longer| rece j vec j j n u ic f u t urc the sentence needed in conducting the office. would be j mp oscd. Girls Paroled Four Frostburg area girls, all about 15, yesterday afternoon were sentenced to the Montrose School for Girls and paroled in the custody of their parents following .a hearing in Juvenile Court here.' . The,girls, involved in a series of thefts at Beall High School, were given' a hearing before Magistrate Morris Barren. Barren told the Thc board consolidated its records into 80 binders as compared the 91 formerly used. The series of thefts had been committed over a period of time, Judge Barren pointed out, and the Edward P. Kaylor. clerk to Iheifour girls were told to make rcsti- Board of Election Supervisors, asked the county commissioners tution for the articles taken. The value of the stolen articles Tuesday for their advice on what was se t at about 511.65 for each of to do with the 11 additional" binders :n le gj r ] S . The scries of thefts was no longer needed. He said Juvenile 1,-cported to have been brought to Court wants three of them and thcj lignt j, y sc i 100 i officials. towns of Westernporl, Lonaconing; - and Frostburg want one each. Of Mill VM IMclll Commissioner C. N. Wilkinson, moved that Juvenile Court and Uie| three towns be given the binders al no cost. The motion died for want of a second. Commissioner James Orr then said that he The parole of Scott Marvin, this _ city, has been ordered continued thought it was sensible to give Iheiby Chief Judge George Henderson three binders to Juvenilc v Court asiin Circuit Court following a hcar- thc county commissioners bear the ing on -a parole violation.- He was cost of that court, but expressed a conviction that the three towns should pay for them. Eagles Of State Will Convene Here The I95fi convention of the Maryland-District of Columbia State Aerie of the Fraternal Order o.f Eagles will be held in Cumberland, according to Herman L. Myers, this city, state secretary. This decision was made Sunday in Baltimore where the state aerie officers voted on the 1956 convention. It will be held June 29, 30 and July 1 at the local aerie's lodge rooms at 65 North Mechanic Street. Myers said he expects approximately 250 delegates and visitors for the affair from aeries at Baltimore. Washington. Brunswick. Frederick, Hagerstown, Frostburg and Crcsaptown. Several prominent persons arc being contacted as speakers for the convention. released from jail. Marvin was convicted last January 17 on three charges of obtaining money under false pretenses by means of worthless checks. He was sentenced to six months in the Maryland House of Correction but Judge Henderson suspended it and paroled the man for two years during good behavior and provided an effort was made at restitution. A petition for violation of parole was 'issued August Jl and Marvin was arrested October 27. He had been held in the County Jail until the hearing Monday. Saved The Day General .Sheridan, on October 19. 1864, mounted his horse Rienzi and rode 20 miles from Winchester. \ 7 irginia. to Cedar Creek, where he turned his army's defeat into victory. United States submarines sank 214 naval and 1.173 merchant vessels during World War If. 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Durst, secretary of the Tri-State Funeral Directors Association, isaid the six local funeral directors, all members of f ri- State Association, met as a local unit and discussed the idea. Durst explains that a group within the • Auxiliary Police is sponsoring a non-profit, cooperative plan of providing, ambulance service for Cumberland and immediate vicinity, and the funeral directors agreed unanimously to turn over all ambulance business to the group. According to James McGcc, spokesman for the Auxiliary Police group sponsoring the plan, the idea is patterned after a plan already in effect in other cities comparable in size to Cumberland. The plan calls fur TIC sale of memberships at a rate of .$4 pet- year for each family, and $2 per year for each individual. .Membership in the Ambulance Corps provides any member of that family with free ambulance service to or from a local hospital. 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