Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on December 2, 1955 · Page 10
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 10

Cumberland, Maryland
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Friday, December 2, 1955
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1UUJU3, OUlUOJblVJLAiMI, MUlMi, UfctUAlbfeK 2, LUal PA-2-4bW lor a v>Aivi AU ACROSS 1 and mouse 4 A in the face 8 Go free 12 Exist 13 To the Bcthcscla Company Loses Fight To Keep Bomb Sight BALTIMORE '.-P—A Bethcsiia firm has lost its fisln to keep the Navy from taking over a new bomb sight it developed, but Federal ,ludpe Rnszel C. Thomscn tempered his decision wilh monetary reward and competitive protection. The judge ruled the government is entitled lo all models, specifications and working drawings "of! ~~~ an intricate bombing - navigation; 0 ' the rcscarch done undcr '•'«' „ ;co!itracl. system the Jacobs Instrunient Co.: j at . 0 |, s developed under Navy contract.:,,,,,,' \ vas arb jtr ar y am | oaprii'imis 16Hc j p man He said this-even included Hie aild p.,,., ol an cll()rl bv t . crlain : ^ company's technical "know-how. ; 0 |fic:ials in the Bureau "f Ordnance 18 Landed But Judge Thomson asked gov-: to nia k e |,j n , SC ]I i,j s company and properties eminent attorneys and Donald Jl.ij, s developments to a lar«er'lirm. : 20 Heraldic Jacobs to help him in formulating! | bands his decree so ihat Jacobs will bcjUni< m Croup To Meet j 2! Measures of protected against commercial use . . , ., ',. , , l^nd Jr ,, , ... , ,, , .. A meeting of the executive hoard of thai know-how by compeli- , , . ,.?„ , ,„ , ... ,„„„. .\»A !,„ ,,.i^i .u.t ,!,„ ' of Local ;.fi3. Iron Workers Urn Missing Words in way 14 Japanese admiral 57 Musical direction DOWN 1 Not a — the world 2 Creek war god 3 Last will and 4 Leopards can't Answer to Prtvious Puzzle 'Hero's A Tip: V O i_ e i» A P A R T O «. A U E t. f l_ A K. E •S l_ E! 4, tf f= N R B T 1 N A T O T •..•< « A N C O n V o R A * f 1 K A T & <3 P e. N *.; f> P O T M 1 L. E H U « T «•• 1 0 E A M O R E •'., F> A 1 L. '.* T E A R *; [» A R T A •J * A B E ,• A R AA A r» A A r T M O R A L. E F Wl P 1 K E P A •f? T F <; N E F D e t? 6 T FF D x; T =r T S 'Happy 9 Gives nestiou For Ja .. ol , s „, , hal Il]c calK ,,, ia . : « change their 23 An statesman 2 tors. And he ruled that the gov- crnmeni must pav Jacobs about S20.000 for terminating'the con- 22 Ripped 11111011 24 Gurus fruit will be held tomorrow at! 26 Hairless at the Labor Temple on 127 Forbid 6 Parsec sacred 2r> Not the writings faintest — 7 annum 26 French cap 8 Shop 9 Fuel 10 Monster 11 Foxes 17 On the — line 39 Regions 27 Cellars 23 Solar disk 29 Roman ruler 31 Holding 33 Cooked 38 Fall flowers 40 Fleshy fruits 41 Dug coal 42 The of perfection 43 Burn 44 Tamilian food 46 His spirits 47 Al! tidy 43 Hebrew scripture 50 Romanian coin and I South Liberty Street. tract. The Navy cancelled the contract! n p , , before the job was completed on; 1 r <>perly J nr«:lia#u<l 30 Fancy 32 Argument 34 Thicker 35 Rubber the ground that Jacobs was notl A property on Louisiana Avenue! 36 )n the ]ap proriiidne satisfactory results. '"'" '"""" —•••••'""—•' '-•• ^'"—— ' Then it sued Jacobs in Federal Court here to recover the products has been purchased by Vernon L. and Charlotte E. Norllicraft from of luxur»' 37 How and Guss T. and Viola A. JHillearj. | yet so far SP Gambling game 40 Places 4! Hebrew leltcr 42 The stole the ihow 4> Ncplune'« IS Changed color like a 51 Beginner 52 The old jrray Tremendous SBlECflONS! Buy NOW on Our Layaway Plan National Stores 16-18 Wineow St. - 428 Virginia Ave. 21 30 15 53 Gaelic 54-— and Jeallier 55 Lm p'r.wi 56 Employed $0 53 Z3 35 20 10 27 Big Surprise U.v CIIAKI.KS MICKCEK N K W V 0 R K tfi — Thm 0 s jl wouldn't know if the television land radio industry didn't hire puss j agents: 1 When Mrs. Ethel Park Kit-hard•.son goes for the SlOO.fiOU (|iiesiion .on .NBC-TV's Big .Surprise tumor- ^ow, her bi<; <iuestion is one ;plirased by Kentucky Gov.-tltLt Happy Chandler. Tip to .Mrs. Richardson: Your question involves folk music and folk lore in the southeastern United States . . . Radio Station WHDH in Boston •is offering free phonograph discs |to owners of auto record players iin an effort to woo them back to I radio. The disc begins with music i which suddenly is interrupted by a ]voice saying such things as "Rid- ;ing along wondering what the 'weather is going to be? There are !complete weather forecasts at, _, •, i. , •least once every hour over \VHDH: er saves 15 minules dail - v b - v , dc ! " " jciding the night before what he s i' Art Baker. M.C. of You AskedU' oi "g to wear lhe next day " For For It IABC-TVJ. will be liappyi nlcr President Harry S. Truman to talk to a newspaper man abouti fi § ures lle saves 18 m» iutes . dall >' things he hasn't been able to pro-| b - v usin « three-m-one continuous vide his audience. Example: Every! v ! slon g'asses-a step beyond bi- jmail brings at least one request I f° ca ' s • - • {from somebody for a nude bath-j The NBC Opera Theater presents ling beauty pageant on the screen!the longest television opera in his'. . . jtory Sunday when Elaine Malta: Monitor, NBC radio's 40-hourjsings the title role in "Madam weekend program, will report thisjBulterfly"—2U hours of opera in i'Weekend that President Eisenhow-] English . . . iFormcr Resident , iXained To Office i ; Thomas J. Gillen, a former Cumberland resident, has been named justice of the peace at German Township, Fayette County, Pa. for a six year- term. : Gillen will fill the vacancy created by the death of his father, Luke Gillen, who held the office 'for the past 25 years. 1 Gillen resided in Cumberland •prior to his enlistment in the Navy Scabees and lias lived in Pennsylvania since his service. F. D. Roosevelt was the first U. S. President to fly in an airplane while he was in of!ice. • Plating and coinage are two of the oldest uses of the metal nickel. FUNERAL FLOWERS Irj $p Aft Funeral Our '5,00 Baiket BOPP'S FLOWERS 19 N. Liberty St. Ph. PA-2-4330 GRADUATES—Pan! D. Hilaire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A, Hilaire, HO LeFevre Road, has graduated from the Naval Preflight School at Pensacola, Fla. He attendee Frostburg State Teachers College prior to entering the naval aviation cadet program. Opposer Of Mixed Schools To See Florida Situation THE COMMUNITY BAKING CO. TOWSOK, Md. (.T! — A man who has vowed, "My children will not altend an integrated school," planned to leave with his family for Florida today lo explore the segregation question there. Oliver T. Shock,.a carpenter, has kepi, his 15-year-old son and .12- year-old daughter out of' Hereford High School in northern Baltimore County since Negroes were admitted to classes in September. The county school board refused to let him send his children to Towson High School, Where integration lias not begun, and Shock has defied a juvenile court order that he send them to Hereford ;iligh. "In our district, (he school board provides transportation for Negro pupils either to Carver High in Towson or Hereford High." he said. "They have a choice. We do not-.-" Mrs. Shock said the family was going to Florida to "look the integration situation over/' She added, "We also arc going to check the living conditions and other matters. My husband is on vacation now. This will be a sort of vacation trip." GET TODAY'S MILK TODAY at all Three J. & K. JUG STORES • CUMBERLAND • Centra at Valley Sfnet« Welling Visils Here M. Gist Welling, assistant county agent leader, with the Extension Service at the University of Maryland, met Tuesday with Mcrrit N. Pope, assistant coiinly agent here. They discussed the program of the agency here. • KEYSER • 49 Wnsl Piedmont 51. 315 South Mam Street You receive gifts "year-round" with S & H Green Stamps Pro-Bred... .". . with DARVYL gives your children the highest quality protein possible in bread ... CRT'S BROS. BAKERY Promise her anything ... but be sure to get her THE GIFT WAT FLATTERS...' • from Medical Arts Pharmacy Thirty Three North Liberty Choose from A CHANEL No. 5 BELLODGIA CHANEL No. 22 BOIS des ILES . THREE MOODS SHALIMAR JOY ANTILOPE ROCK GARDEN CHRISTMAS NIGHT BLACK NARCISSUS POIVRE 4711 CASSANDRA ZIBELENE Perfumes, Colognes, Bath Oils, Soaps OPEN YOUR 1956 CHRISTMAS CLUB NOW IN ANY 50c (Gives You S25.00 In 50 Weeks) TO r * (Gives You $500.00 In 50 Weeks) ft FREE SILVER DOLLAR! (WITH GOOD LUCK CtOVERS) See offer on back GOOD IUCK Margarine package 55c LIQUID DETERGENT I _ ;•. Cannon face *«ir-L> -'-' cloth inside /(/& ^m Come in jv for refund l ;: slip with ' URGE details SIZE NABISCO RITZ CRACKERS " b 35c Pkg. Gcrber's Strainerf BABY FOOD 6 ior! 57c jars Swift's Premium HAMS 12 to 14 Lb. Avg. . . lb. whole or shank half 47c Phone PA 2-6900 And Order Your Christmas Turkey ' Swift's Select Round Steak 79c lb ut Rate's New Gift Values E!g'.S J *^«'SfS*^$.^^!SiE««^«««^«!gsS««^iS^SS^l fi COWBOY and DAVY CROCKETT BOOTS I MEN'S BROWN LEATHER SOLE Spry Double Offer NEW COOKBOOK AND 25$ SPRY COUPON Both with any Spry label GET ORDER 3LBS - NESTLES MILK M Tall ~ Cant 49c ^3.75 to $3.98 Davy Crnckelt Boots in twn lone brown with coonskin tail. Coirbo.v Boots ... Black or brown styles . . . with cpmpo-liie rubber soles and heels for extra wear. Sizes ' 8' 2 to 3. SIZES 6 to n SIZES Vz to 3 Bliss COFFEE £ 87c Golden Ripe BANANAS 2 lb! 27c Brach's Assorted CHOCOLATES 3-lb. Jl Pkg. I U. S. No. 1 N. Y. POTATOES Peck BOY'S DRESS AND SCHOOL OXFORDS SIZES 1 to 6 NOW ONLY •VwNBK^B • rAmpm ri*tn.n^B ^v !•• QJUV ^k ALBERT'S Xew styles — new patter n s . Black, brown, o x h 1 o o d colors. Styled like Dad's! 52.98 Ladies'& Children's SOFT-SOLE House Slippers |c to A CurRafe Shoe Store • CUMBERLAND . FROSTBURG • KEYSER

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